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Atalanta-Spezia = 1 [1.60]FT:3-2

Milan-Cremonese = 1 [1.40]FT:1-1


Mariborg-Mura = 1 [1.60]FT:3-1

Arsenal-Chelsea = 1 [1.60]FT:3-1


Sochaux-Dijon = X [3.40]FT:0-2

Derry City-Shamrock Rovers = 1 [2.40]FT:0-2


Frankfurt-Augsburg = 1 [1.55]FT:1-1

Reading-Wigan = 1 [2.45]FT:1-1


Spezia-Monza = X [3.30]FT:0-2

Paderborn-Braunschweig = 1 [1.70]FT:5-1


Tottenham-Man Utd = 2 [2.40]FT:2-2

Athl Bilbao-Sevilla = 1 [1.80]


Sparta Prague-Plzen = X [3.80]FT:2-1

Rapid V-Salzburg = 2 [1.70]FT:1-1


Girona-Real Madrid = 2 [1.55]FT:4-2

Silkeborg-Aalborg = 1 [2.00]FT:1-1


Guimaraes-Sporting = 2 [1.50]FT:0-2

Radomiak Radom-Lech Poznan = 2 [2.00]FT:1-1


Anderlecht-Mechelen = 1 [1.65]FT:2-3

Aarhus-Copenhagen = 2 [2.10]FT:0-0


Lazio-Torino = 1 [1.60]FT:0-1

Mainz-Bayern = 2 [1.55]FT:3-1


Casa Pia-Braga = 2 [1.60]FT:0-1

Warta Poznan-Legia = 2 [2.20]FT:1-0


AZ Alkmaar-Anderlecht = 1 [1.60]FT:3-0

Sevilla-Man Utd = 2 [1.95]FT:3-0


Middlesbrough-Hull = 1 [1.50]FT:3-1

HJK-VPS = 1 [1.45]FT:4-0


Sheffield Utd-Bristol City = 1 [1.55]FT:1-0

Stevenage-Doncaster = 1 [1.45]FT:1-0


Goteborg-Malmo = 2 [1.75]FT:0-1

Grenoble-St. Etienne = under 2.5 [1.70]FT:0-2


West Ham-Arsenal = 2 [1.55]FT:2-2

Salzburg-LASK = 1 [1.50]FT:0-0


Frankfurt-Monchengladbach = 1 [1.75]FT:1-1

Cadiz-Real Madrid = 2 [1.60]FT:0-2


Albacete-Eibar = X [3.10]FT:3-1

Thun-Aarau = 1 [1.70]FT:2-3


Juventus-Sporting = 1 [1.85]FT:1-0

Man Utd-Sevilla = 1 [1.40]FT:2-2


Milan-Napoli = 1 [2.85]FT:1-0

Real Madrid-Chelsea = 1 [1.70]FT:2-0


Benfica-Inter = X [3.30]FT:0-2

Man City-Bayern = 2 [4.50]FT:3-0


AIK-Norrkoping = 1 [1.80]FT:0-3

Norwich-Rotherham = 1 [1.50]FT:0-0


Liverpool-Arsenal = 2 [2.50]FT:2-2

AEK-Aris = 1 [1.40]FT:3-1


Man Utd-Everton = 1 [1.55]FT:2-0

HSV-Hannover = 1 [1.50]FT:6-1


Stoke-Bristol City = 1 [1.80]FT:1-2

Gillingham-Doncaster = 1 [1.80]FT:1-0


Vejle-Copenhagen = 2 [1.70]FT:0-0

Fenerbahce-Kayserispor = 1 [1.50]FT:4-1


Man Utd-Brentford = 1 [1.65]FT:1-0

SJK-Haka = 1 [2.20]FT:2-1


Leeds-Nottingham = 1 [1.70]FT:2-1

Stirling-Elgin = 1 [1.60]FT:1-0


Eveton-Tottenham = 1 [3.40]FT:1-1

Aarhus-Randers = 1 [2.10]FT:1-1


Karlsruher-Braunschweig = 1 [1.75]FT:1-1

Chelsea-Aston Villa = 1 [1.70]FT:0-2


Odense-Midtjylland = 2 [2.30]FT:1-3

Le Mans-Cholet = 1 [1.75]FT:2-0


Smouha-Ismaily = X [2.70]FT:1-3

Sakaryaspor-Eyupspor = 2 [2.10]FT:2-0


Rwanda-Benin = X [2.70]FT:1-1

Dumbarton-Forfar = 1 [2.10]FT:0-1


Georgia-Norway = 2 [2.10]FT:1-1

Tanzania-Uganda = X [2.90]FT:0-1


Freiburg II-Saarbrucken = over 2.5 [1.95]FT:1-1

Sudan-Gabon = X [2.90]FT:1-0


Munick 1860-Dortmund II = 1 [1.75]FT:1-4

Carrarese-Siena = X [3.10]FT:3-0


Israel-Kosovo = 1 [1.85]FT:1-1

MK Dons-Morecambe = 1 [1.80]FT:1-0


Slovakia-Luxembourg = 1 [1.60]FT:0-0

Ghana-Angola = 1 [1.40]FT:1-0


Mansfield-Grimsby = 1 [1.80]FT:0-0

Belgium U19-Slovenia U19 = 1 [1.80]FT:0-0


Gillingham-Crewe = 1 [1.80]FT:2-1

Spennymoor-Leamington = 1 [1.90]FT:1-0


Le Mans-Versailles = 1 [2.10]FT:0-0

Mirandes-Eibar = X [3.10]FT:2-3


Osasuna-Villareal = 2 [1.50]FT:0-3

Plzen-Bohemians = 1 [1.50]FT:1-2


Southampton-Tottenham = 2 [1.80]FT:3-3

Udinese-Milan = 2 [2.20]FT:3-1


Radomiak Radmo-Legia = 2 [2.30]FT:0-2

Santa Clara-Rio Ave = X [3.20]FT:0-2


Sociedad-Roma = 1 [2.20]FT:0-0

Royale Union SG-Union Berlin = 2 [2.30]FT:2-0


Blackburn-Reading = 1 [1.75]FT:2-1

Real Madrid-Liverpool = 2 [2.80]FT:1-0


Watford-Birmingham = 1 [1.85]FT:3-0

Porto-Inter = 1 [2.50]FT:0-0


Girona-Atl. Madrid = 2 [2.10]FT:0-1

Roda-Jong AZ = 1 [1.90]FT:2-0


LASK-Salzburg = 2 [2.00]FT:0-2

Athl. Bilbao-Barcelona = 2 [2.20]FT:0-1


Kaiserslautern-Sandhausen = 1 [1.80]FT:2-2

R. Oviedo-Tenerife = X [3.00]FT:0-0


Sevilla-Fenerbahce = 1 [1.90]FT:2-0

Union Berlin-Royale Union SG = 1 [1.70]FT:3-3


Bayern-PSG = 1 [1.80]FT:2-0

Tottenham-Milan = 1 [1.90]FT:0-0


Chelsea-Dortmund = 2 [4.00]FT:2-0

Lazio-AZ Alkmaar = 1 [1.70]FT:1-2


Waalwijk-PSV = 2 [1.50]FT:0-1

Greuter Furth-Hannover = over 2.5 [1.85]FT:1-1


Lech-Lechia = 1 [1.55]FT:5-0

Oostende-Club Brugge = 2 [1.65]FT:3-0


Aalborg-Viborg = 2 [2.20]FT:2-0

CFR Cluj-UTA Arad = 1 [1.45]FT:2-1


Arsenal-Everton = 1 [1.40]FT:4-0


Palermo-Ternana = 1 [2.20]FT:0-0

Cremonese-Roma = X [3.50]FT:2-1


Bayern-Union Berlin = 1 [1.40]FT:3-0

Almeria-Barcelona = 2 [1.50]FT:1-0


Leicester-Arsenal = 2 [1.70]FT:0-1

Plzen-Liberec = 1 [1.40]FT:2-1


Anderlecht-Ludogorets = 1 [1.85]FT:2-1

Nantes-Juventus = 2 [1.85]FT:0-3


Inter-Porto = 1 [1.70]FT:1-0

Leipzig-Man City = 2 [1.85]FT:1-1


Blackburn-Blackpool = 1 [2.10]FT:1-0

Liverpool-Real Madrid = 1 [2.20]FT:2-5


Monza-Milan = 2 [2.10]FT:0-1

Osasuna-Real Madrid = 2 [1.80]FT:0-2


Helsingor-Koge = 1 [2.20]FT:1-4

Cartagena-R. Oviedo = under 2.5 [1.40]FT:2-1


Barcelona-Man Utd = 1 [1.80]FT:2-2

Ajax-Union Berlin = X2 [1.85]FT:0-0


Dortmund-Chelsea = 1 [2.40]FT:1-0

Club Brugge-Benfica = 2 [2.10]FT:0-2


Milan-Tottenham = 2 [2.60]FT:1-0

PSG-Bayern = 2 [2.60]FT:0-1


Sampdoria-Inter = 2 [1.45]FT:0-0

Jong PSV-Den Haag = over 2.5 [1.75]FT:1-2


Celta Vigo-Atl. Madrid = 2 [2.20]FT:0-1

Altach-LASK = 2 [1.75]FT:0-1


Barnsley-Cambridge Utd = 1 [1.55]FT:2-0

Bremen-Dortmund = 2 [1.85]FT:0-2


Schalke-Wolfsburg = 2 [2.10]FT:0-0

Willem II-Dordrecht = 1 [1.40]FT:1-0


Twente-Ajax = over 2.5 [1.65]FT:0-1

Casa Pia-Nacional = 1 [1.50]FT:2-2


Paphos-AEL Limassol = 1 [1.55]FT:1-0

Bochum-Dortmund = 2 [1.75]FT:1-2


Sheffield Utd-Wrexham = 1 [1.45]FT:3-1

Burnley-Ipswich = 1 [1.85]FT:2-1


Aris Limassol-Doxa = 1 [1.45]FT:2-1

Rio Ave-Sporting = 2 [1.45]FT:0-1


Braga-Famalicao = 1 [1.45]FT:4-1

Mallorca-Real Madrid = 2 [1.75]FT:1-0


Everton-Arsenal = 2 [1.45]FT:1-0

Atl. Madrid-Getafe = 1 [1.40]FT:1-1


Sandhausen-Darmstadt = over 2.5 [1.90]FT:0-4

Chelsea-Fulham = 1 [1.65]FT:0-0


Real Madrid-Valencia = 1 [1.40]FT:2-0

Adana-Fenerbahce = 2 [2.20]FT:1-1


Mainz-Bayern = 2 [1.45]FT:0-4

Roma-Cremonese = 1 [1.50]FT:1-2


Villareal-Rayo Vallecano = 1 [1.80]FT:0-1

Derby-West Ham = 2 [1.75]FT:0-2


Stal Mielec-Lech = 2 [1.70]FT:0-0

Besiktas-Alanyaspor = 1 [1.60]FT:3-0


Leverkusen-Bochum = 1 [1.50]FT:2-0

Barcelona-Sociedad = 1 [1.65]FT:1-0


Umraniyespor-Fenerbahce = 2 [1.60]FT:1-2

Inter-Empoli = 1 [1.30]FT:0-1


St. Johnstone-Rangers = 2 [1.40]FT:0-1

V. Guimaraes-Porto = 2 [1.40]FT:0-1


Sheffield Utd-Hull = 1 [1.60]FT:1-0

Willem II-Eindhoven = over 2.5 [1.85]FT:postponed


Atalanta-Spezia = 1 [1.40]FT:4-2

Juventus-Monza = 1 [1.60]FT:2-2


Anderlecht-Waregem = 1 [1.50]FT:2-3

Leeds-Cardiff = 1 [1.45]FT:5-2


AFC Fylde-Buxton = 1 [1.65]FT:2-0

Westerlo-Genk = 2 [2.00]FT:2-3


Cadiz-Elche = under 2.5 [1.65]FT:1-1

Ingolstadt-Aue = 1 [1.85]FT:1-2


Atalanta-Salernitana = 1 [1.40]FT:8-2

Rennes-PSG = 2 [1.55]FT:1-0


Lyon-Strasbourg = 1 [1.60]FT:1-2

Lecce-Milan = 2 [1.65]FT:2-2


Roda-Oss = 2 [1.40]FT:1-1

Galatasaray-Hatayspor = 1 [1.40]FT:4-0


Betis-Barcelona = 2 [1.50]FT:1-1

Al Ahly-Al Masry = 1 [1.55]FT:0-0


Nantes-Lyon = 2 [2.10]FT:0-0

Genk-Antwerp = 1 [1.80]FT:0-3


Sparta Rotterdam-PSV = 2 [1.65]FT:1-2

AFC Fylde-Blyth = 1 [1.40]FT:postponed


Jong Utrecht-Jong AZ = over 2.5 [1.65]FT:0-2

Alanyaspor-Trabzonspor = 2 [2.20]FT:5-05-0


Lazio-Empoli = 1 [1.55]FT:2-2

Sevilla-Getafe = 1 [1.85]FT:2-1


Monza-Inter = 2 [1.65]FT:2-2

Villareal-Real Madrid = 2 [2.10]FT:2-1


Man. Utd-Everton = 1 [1.40]FT:3-1

Twente-Emmen = 1 [1.45]FT:2-0


Chelsea-Man. City = 2 [1.70]FT:0-1

Santa Clara-Braga = 2 [1.65]FT:0-4


Fiorentina-Monza = 1 [1.70]FT:1-1

Linares-Sevilla = 2 [1.35]FT:0-5


Arsenal-Newcastle = 1 [1.80]FT:0-0

Levante-Getafe = under 2.5 [1.70]FT:3-2


Nweport-Crawley = 1 [1.60]FT:2-2

Paralimni-Omonia = 2 [1.70]FT:0-3


Blackburn-Cardiff = 1 [2.30]FT:1-0

Lyon-Clermont = 1 [1.45]FT:0-1


Villareal-Valencia = 1 [1.90]FT:2-1

Brighton-Arsenal = 2 [2.00]FT:2-4


Norwich-Reading = 1 [1.65]FT:1-1

Stevenage-Crawley = 1 [1.40]FT:3-1


Aris-Panetolikos = 1 [1.40]FT:1-0

Zamalek-Ismaily = 1 [1.60]FT:3-1


Hibernian-Celtic = 2 [1.40]FT:0-4

Ceramica Cleopatra-Al Ahly = 2 [1.60]FT:1-1


Chelsea-Borunemouth = 1 [1.40]FT:2-0

Burnley-Birmingham = 1 [1.65]FT:3-0


Middlesbrough-Wigan = 1 [1.65]FT:4-1

Arsenal-West Ham = 1 [1.50]FT:3-1


Future FC-El Gaish = 1 [1.75]FT:0-0

Al Ain-Al Wasl = 1 [1.65]FT:1-1


Anorthosis-Karmiotissa = 1 [1.55]FT:0-2

Padova-Pro Vercelli = under 2.5 [1.65]FT:1-0


La Nucia-Las Palmas = under 2.5 [1.65]FT:0-0

Adana-Rizespor = 1 [1.45]FT:2-2


Ionikos-Panathinaikos = 2 [1.45]FT:1-1

Ibiza-Eibar = 2 [1.65]FT:1-0


FCSB-Botosani = 1 [1.40]FT:1-0

Adanaspor-Denizlispor = 1 [1.55]FT:2-3


WBA-Rotherham = 1 [1.50]FT:3-0

Virton-Beveren = 2 [1.50]FT:0-0


Concarneau-Le Puy-en-Velay = 1 [1.45]FT:0-0

C. Rangers-Glentoran = 2 [1.40]FT:postponed


France-Morocco = 1 [1.55]FT:2-0

Havant & W-Dartford = 1 [1.75]FT:1-3


Telford-Kettering = 1 [1.75]FT:postponed

Oxford City-Chippenham = 1 [1.70]FT:5-3


Al Ahly-Al Ittihad = 1 [1.40]FT:3-0

Zwolle-Helmond = 1 [1.40]FT:1-0


Sheffield Utd-Huddersfield = 1 [1.45]FT:1-0

Ipswich-Peterborough = 1 [1.50]FT:2-1


Doxa-AEK Larnaca = 2 [1.60]FT:0-1

Pyunik-Urartu = 1 [2.25]FT:0-3


Future FC-Al Ittihad = 1 [1.75]FT:1-0

Burgos-Eibar = under 2.5 [1.50]FT:1-2


Foggia-Catanzaro = under 2.5 [1.70]FT:2-0

Farense-Maritimo = under 2.5 [1.70]FT:2-0


Leganes-Mirandes = under 2.5 [1.50]FT:2-2

Maribor-Radomlje = 1 [1.40]FT:7-0


Mafra-Vizela = under 2.5 [1.85]FT:1-1

Omonia-Karmiotissa = 1 [1.50]FT:4-1


Wycombe-Portsmouth = over 2.5 [1.85]FT:2-0

Eibar-Huesca = 1 [1.75]FT:2-1


Hartlepool-Stockport = 2 [1.60]FT:0-5

York-Wrexham = 2 [1.60]FT:1-1


Al Ahly-El Gaish = 1 [1.45]FT:2-1

Ipswich-Fleetwood = 1 [1.40]FT:1-1


Costa Rica-Germany = over 2.5 [1.40]FT:2-4

Omonia-Karmiotissa = 1 [1.40]FT:2-1


Australia-Denmark = 2 [1.50]FT:1-0

Saudi Arabia-Mexico = 2 [1.65]FT:1-2


Netherlands-Qatar = over 2.5 [1.55]FT:2-0

Wales-England = 2 [1.45]FT:0-3


UD Ibiza-Andorra = under 2.5 [1.55]FT:0-1

Brazil-Switzerland = 1 [1.45]FT:1-0


Japan-Costa Rica = under 2.5 [1.70]FT:0-1

Burton-Chippenham = 1 [1.40]FT:6-1


Dartford-Concord = 1 [1.40]FT:3-1

Fermana-Lucchese = under 2.5 [1.60]FT:1-0


Larne-Coleraine = 1 [1.60]FT:0-2

Huesca-S. Gijon = under 2.5 [1.60]FT:0-0


Uruguay-South Korea = 1 [1.70]FT:0-0

Brasil-Serbia = 1 [1.50]FT:2-0


Germany-Japan = 1 [1.45]FT:1-2

Spain-Costa Rica = over 2.5 [1.65]FT:7-0


Mirandes-Cartagena = under 2.5 [1.80]FT:2-1

Senegal-Netherlands = under 2.5 [1.65]FT:0-2


Dordrecht-Willem II = over 2.5 [1.75]FT:2-2

Malta-Ireland = 2 [1.40]FT:0-1


Sheffield Wed-Shrewsbury = 2 [1.45]FT:1-0

Woking-Altrincham = 1 [1.60]FT:1-1


Ballymena-Linfield = 2 [1.45]FT:0-2

Arouca-Feirense = under 2.5 [1.65]FT:1-1


North Macedonia U19-Serbia U19 = 2 [1.40]FT:1-2

Jong AZ-Jong Ajax = over 2.5 [1.50]FT:1-1


Lithuania-Iceland = 2 [1.60]FT:0-0

Farense-Trofense = 1 [1.45]FT:3-1


Dunfermline-Celtic B = 1 [1.60]FT:2-1

Wimbledon-Weymouth = 1 [1.40]FT:3-1


1860 Munchen-RW Essen = 1 [1.85]FT:1-1

Mafra-Leixoes = under 2.5 [1.90]FT:1-1


Klagenfurt-Sazlburg = 2 [1.40]FT:0-1

BKMA-Pyunik = 2 [1.40]FT:1-1


St. Mirren-Rangers = 2 [1.40]FT:1-1

Wolves-Arsenal = 2 [1.65]FT:0-2


Sparta Rotterdam-Twente = over 2.5 [1.85]FT:1-1

Leuven-Seraing = 1 [1.60]FT:5-0


Lazio-Monza = 1 [1.60]FT:1-0

Verona-Juventus = 2 [1.80]FT:0-1


Frankfurt-Hoffenheim = 1 [1.75]FT:4-2

Inter-Bologna = 1 [1.40]FT:6-1


Cremonese-Milan = 2 [1.50]FT:0-0

Osasuna-Barcelona = 2 [1.50]FT:1-2


Rayo Vallecano-Real Madrid = 2 [1.65]FT:3-2

Lugo-Cartagena = under 2.5 [1.55]FT:1-1


Copenhagen-Lyngby = 1 [1.45]FT:3-0

Atl. Madrid-Espanyol = 1 [1.50]FT:1-1


PAOK-Giannina = 1 [1.45]FT:2-0

Karlsruher-Holstein Kiel = over 2.5 [1.55]FT:1-4


Genk-Charleroi = 1 [1.45]FT:4-1

Monchengladbach-Stuttgart = over 2.5 [1.55]FT:3-1


Braga-Malmo = 1 [1.35]FT:2-1

Trabzonspor-Ferencvaros = 1 [1.65]FT:1-0


Eibar-Lugo = 1 [1.60]FT:1-0

Milan-Salzburg = 1 [1.50]FT:4-0


WBA-Blackpool = 1 [1.70]FT:1-0

Wycombe-Port Vale = over 2.5 [2.00]FT:2-2


Sunday Free Tips

Everton versus West Ham

Four back to back draws and additional uplifting exhibitions like a 0-0 in the Merseyside derby in the past balance assisted steer Everton of the transfer with drafting toward the finish of cycle six, however the Toffees stay one of only two Head Association (PL) groups without a success. Simply a single triumph from their last ten association trips supports the work chief Forthright Lampard has on his hands, while confronting a physical issue emergency in objective with both Jordan Pickford and Andy Lonergan sidelined.

Late history is solidly against the Merseysiders in this challenge however, as they’ve lost three of the last four PL H2Hs (W1) on home soil. The famous Goodison Park climate could demonstrate the distinction, in any case, as Everton are unbeaten in seven of their last nine PL home games (W4, D3), yet subsequent to neglecting to win in the initial six rounds of a PL season for just the third time in the club’s set of experiences, the Everton reliable may have lower than normal assumptions.

A break from PL activity has allowed West Ham Joined the opportunity to reinvigorate their European mission, winning both of their opening UEFA Europa Meeting Association games. Making an interpretation of that structure to homegrown activity is currently pivotal for the Mallets, who have only four focuses to show from their initial six association games (W1, D1, L4).
David Moyes gets back to the club where he fashioned his standing as a chief, looking for a third successive H2H triumph in the wake of directing the Sledges to an association twofold last season. His own record against Everton isn’t anything to yell about however, losing eight of his 13 gatherings with the Toffees (W4, D1), so pulling his Mallets side out of the transfer spot they as of now possess with a positive outcome here looks an extreme errand.

Players to watch: without any Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Anthony Gordon is moving forward as Everton’s essential danger and he’s scored the club’s last two objectives, both showing up before half-time. West Ham’s failing forward line might well see Gianluca Scamacca presented for only a second PL start, subsequent to scoring in three of his four European appearances this term.
Hot detail: West Ham’s three objectives scored is their least count after six PL games since they scored only two back in 1994/95.

Reims versus Monaco

After two times of mid-table unremarkableness, Stade de Reims have picked a terrible season to ride the transfer zone right on time in the 2022/23 Ligue 1, not least on the grounds that the drop zone has been expanded to four groups. Chief Óscar García essentially gets back from suspension here, albeit in the wake of enduring only 12 Ligue 1 games in his past French visit (Holy person Étienne in 2017/18), he could before long wind up withdrawing a club for the 10th opportunity in 10 years in the event that such unfortunate outcomes continue.

Reims are yet to win from five Ligue 1 beginnings against clubs above them in the standings (D2, L3) toward the start of the round, which recommends the most youthful crew in the association (by normal age) actually have much greater improvement in front of them in the event that they are to overcome clubs of high height like forthcoming rivals Monaco routinely. They haven’t even scored at home to Monaco not to mention won from their last three endeavors (D2, L1), so there is a dispossessed of H2H motivation to draw upon.

Neighborhood media reports of Monaco manager Philippe Forebearing being very nearly an untimely exit had been kept briefly under control by a three-game series of wins across all contests, yet their midweek shock 1-0 home misfortune to Ferencváros in the Europa Association adds to the weakness of having four days less to rest and revive than their hosts.

Politeness of their away triumphs against Strasbourg (2-1) and Decent (1-0) to supplement their heavenly 1-1 draw at PSG, Monaco have adequately shown to recommend they have the stuff to take care of business out and about, regardless of whether by the littlest of edges. Away excursions have even represented three of their four successes across every one of the 2022/23 competitions, so they might savor another mission away from the Stade Louis II.

Players to watch: Reims loanee Folarin Balogun has recorded five goalscoring appearances this season, defining up or completing an objective like clockwork by and large. In the mean time, Monaco protector Guillermo Maripán has previously sprung up with three objectives across all contests after only one of every 2021/22!
Hot detail: A player has been shipped off in five of Reims’ last six matches.

Fiorentina versus Verona

“A loss like this is simply frenzy” said mentor Vincenzo Italiano subsequent to seeing Fiorentina surrender the lead and afterward lose against Bologna in their last Serie A (SA) match (2-1). How must Italiano have felt then in the wake of following that capitulation up with a 3-0 loss against Istanbul Başakşehir in the UEFA Europa Gathering Association (UCL), which saw Fiorentina stretch their ebb and flow winless race to eight serious matches (D5, L3) – a long way from ideal opening to the season.
Fiorentina started off their SA crusade with a success in the initial round against Cremonese (3-2), yet have since neglected to rehash such an outcome in the accompanying five association matches (D3, L2). The visit of Hellas Verona may not be a lovely sight for a generally shaken Italiano then, as the last time Fiorentina won a SA home H2H was back in 2013 (D4, L2 since).

Like their hosts, Verona experienced a loss last end of the week, going down 2-0 against Lazio as they neglected to circle back to their most memorable SA triumph of the time against Sampdoria the week earlier (2-1). There is no requirement for Verona to overreact right now as they had five focuses after the initial six adjusts last term too, however recuperated to guarantee 10th spot – their joint most elevated SA finish starting around 1986/87.

However, visiting mentor Gabriele Cioffi would positively invite a prompt accomplishment to facilitate any early tension he might feel. That is on the grounds that Verona are currently winless in four away association matches (D3, L1), and having just won their most memorable away association match at the eighth season of asking last season, Cioffi will be anxious for Verona to get their most memorable SA triumph out and about this mission significantly sooner than last term.

Players to watch: Lucas Martínez Quarta has opened the scoring with every one of his three SA objectives for Fiorentina, however it never helped his side win (D1, L2). Verona’s top association scorer Thomas Henry has gotten his two SA objectives this term between the 40th-50th moment period.
Hot detail: Four of the last five H2Hs finished 1-1, as did Fiorentina’s last two serious home matches.

Rayo Vallecano – Valencia

The merriment that followed Rayo Vallecano’s initial week 0-0 draw with Barcelona has now gone to dissatisfaction as their tireless failure to score routinely was depicted by director Andoni Iraola as a “system” disquietude. That, combined with protective breaches, has brought about sequential La Liga (LL) routs, abandoning Vallecano two focuses forthcoming rivals Valencia – a comparable highlight where they finished up 2021/22.

Vallecano positively owe their home dependable something uniquely great as a trade-off for an unexpected misfortune against almost consigned Mallorca (0-2) two games prior, which expanded their winless LL run at home to 11 games (D4, L7). As well as getting back to the victors’ circle without precedent for three weeks, Iraola’s players will likewise be wanting to address a peculiar example of 19 out of their last 20 LL matches in which the home side on the day didn’t lead at the stretch!

Considering both Vallecano and Valencia have been on the two finishes of upset LL results currently this season, a rehash of the two 1-1 H2H impasses played out last year might have seemed a reasonable possibility. However, after Valencia’s biggest take of objectives in a LL apparatus since May 2019 in their 5-1 triumph against Getafe last break, such a low-scoring issue currently appears to be unrealistic. Maybe the impact of new director Gennaro Gattuso, who managed Napoli score 4+ objectives in 11 separate triumphs (all contests) across his last season in control, is now starting to roll out an improvement.

After a 0-1 misfortune to Athletic in their main LL away apparatus of this season to date, Valencia ought to see the value in an outing to a club not expected to undermine the European positions this season. Valencia lost only one LL away game against the 11 clubs to complete underneath them in the 2021/22 standings (W5, D5), maybe making this a fortunate second to gather their most memorable LL away triumph since Spring (D3, L2).

Players to watch: Vallecano’s Óscar Trejo was a first half goalscorer in their initial two LL home apparatuses of last season, while Hugo Duro finished off Valencia’s 5-1 triumph and has now tracked down the net in three of his last five cutthroat appearances of something like 30 minutes.

Hot detail: Only one of Valencia’s seven LL away triumphs starting from the beginning of 2020/21 was by a 2+ objective edge.

Sampdoria – Milan


Winless in their initial five Serie A (SA) matches interestingly starting around 2013/14, Sampdoria’s inconveniences proceed. Marco Giampaolo’s men experienced a third SA rout this term in the wake of yielding two times during the last minutes of the main half against Hellas Verona last break (1-2), and might rise to their most terrible focuses pull after six SA games from 2013/14 would it be a good idea for them they lose again here against AC Milan.

There is compelling reason need to overreact at this time in the event that set of experiences is anything to go by however, as Sampdoria completed twelfth during that past sluggish beginning season. In any case, the way that no side across Europe’s main five divisions has lost more association games than the Blucerchiati’s 16 this schedule year (2022), recommends their difficulties are well established.

In complete differentiation to their hosts, Milan have lost recently once in SA during 2022 – no side in the main five European associations can better that first class structure. Stefano Pioli’s men likewise commended a colossal derby triumph over wild city rivals Entomb last Saturday (3-2), however at that point brought back just a point from their Tuesday night UEFA Champions Association conflict against Salzburg (1-1).


That Salzburg game showed by and by Milan’s tremendous self control, as they retaliated for an attract in the wake of following the match, in what was the fourth game from six unbeaten serious installations this season where they followed sooner or later during the game (W3, D3). Anyway this excursion seems an ideal chance for Milan to end their ongoing three-game hang tight for an away success this term (D3) as they have won their last three H2Hs here, driving at half-time ‘to nothing’ on the whole.

Players to watch: Sampdoria’s Francesco Caputo at long last tracked down the net interestingly since April in the last round – every one of his last eight objectives showed up before the break. Milan’s Rafael Leão is searching for his third association objective against Sampdoria and has proactively added to 19 SA objectives this schedule year (G10, A9).
Hot detail: Milan have yielded first in four of their six serious matches this term.

Inter – Torino


Inter Milan plunged to one more low after their derby rout to AC Milan last end of the week, with a 2-0 UEFA Champions Association misfortune against German heroes Bayern Munich in midweek. Having been pre-match pariahs in the two losses, seeing Torino stopping up for this conflict might be a consolation, with the Nerazzurri partaking in a predominant association record against their kindred Serie A (SA) pioneer individuals (W71, D51, L38), spreading over back to January 1930.

While the most recent of those wins was a startlingly hard-battled 1-0 issue here at the San Siro back in December, Bury are presently going for the gold straight SA home win by an edge of at least two objectives. Nonetheless, an arrival of only one clean sheet across Inter’s last five association trips generally fills fears that any achievement could rely on an elegant forefront digging up some authentic confidence.


Torino visit the San Siro in the wake of overcoming Lecce on Monday night to hold their spot in the SA top half, in a game that mentor Ivan Jurić had to miss because of pneumonia. Enthusiastically for Torino however, an arrival of ten focuses to date (W3, D1, L1) is twofold the count they got from their initial five SA adjusts in 2018/19 – the last season to yield a best seven completion for Il Toro.

Some could contend that Torino’s success over Lecce just gives a distraction however, with each of the three of their association wins to date coming against first class newbies. With a 3-1 lowering versus Atalanta on their last excursion likewise seeing them yield two punishments, there are recently discovered inquiries to be responded to over their poise away from home, albeit colleague mentor Matteo Paro was cheery in front of this outing, saying “We’re going to Milan to obtain an outcome.”

Players to watch: Derby day goalscorer Edin Džeko has three earlier objectives against Torino, of which two were match openers. Concerning Torino, previous AC Milan forward Pietro Pellegri will savor this conflict, and every one of the four of his earlier SA objectives have come in matches seeing the two groups score.
Hot streak: None of the past ten SA H2Hs have seen the two groups score before half-time.

RB Leipzig – Borussia Dortmund

RB Leipzig

After a disappointing start to their Bundesliga season (W1, D2, L2), RB Leipzig’s UEFA Champions League (UCL) campaign kicked off in similar fashion, as they slumped to a 4-1 defeat on home turf against Shakhtar Donetsk in midweek. The fixture computer has handed Leipzig a shot at instant redemption in front of their home crowd however, with a tricky-looking test against a Borussia Dortmund side they completed a league double over last season!
That UCL defeat proved to be the straw that broke the camel’s back as far as Domenico Tedesco’s job was concerned, with Leipzig wielding the axe ahead of this clash. Marco Rose was quickly confirmed as the new head coach, stating in a news conference that “I have never taken over a team during the season but the structures here are very good.” With a solid recent home league run (W6, D3, L1), Rose will hope that the foundations already in place can bring a much needed three points here.

Borussia Dortmund

Contrastingly, Dortmund’s UCL campaign began in fine fettle, with a 3-0 drubbing of Copenhagen the perfect start in what looks a tricky Group G. Dortmund have been red-hot on the domestic stage too, and will look to pick up where they left off, with back-to-back Bundesliga victories seeing Edin Terzić’s side on 12 points after five games (W4, L1) for the third-successive season.
Going one step beyond a second-placed finish, something Dortmund achieved in two of those three seasons, won’t be easy with Bayern Munich hotly-tipped to win an 11th-straight Bundesliga title. The early signs are promising though and victory here would see Terzić’s side collect three away Bundesliga wins to open their campaign for the first time since 2010/11, coincidentally a season in which they won the league!
Players to watch: Leipzig’s Christopher Nkunku has four goals from five Bundesliga games this campaign and scored in both H2Hs last season, with this likely to be his 100th Bundesliga appearance. Meanwhile, Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham has collected more yellow cards (two) than Bundesliga goal involvements this season (zero).
Hot streak: Dortmund have scored at least once in 16-straight Bundesliga away games.

Bayern Munich – Stuttgart

Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich drew their last two Bundesliga matches 1-1 but were excellent in midweek when beating Inter Milan 2-0 in the UEFA Champions League. This is exactly the sort of performance they’ll want to repeat as they seek to avoid three consecutive league games without a win for the first time since the end of last season – when the title was already in the bag – and you would need to go all the way back to 2018 to witness the time they did that before!
With Stuttgart coming to town and Bayern in the unusual position of third in the table after matchday five, their lowest since 2010/11, they’ll be hungry for victory, and not since December 2020 have they gone two home Bundesliga games without a win. Bayern won’t be taking anything for granted though, particularly as these two drew 2-2 here last term, although they’ve only lost one of the last ten H2Hs they’ve hosted (W8, D1).


Although winless in the league so far this season (D4, L1), Stuttgart have still proven hard to beat with only early pacesetters Freiburg getting the better of them, and that was via just a 1-0 scoreline. Discipline has been a problem though as they’ve had players sent off in the second half in each of their last two league games, and manager Pellegrino Matarazzo was even dismissed against Cologne.
Stuttgart still drew both of those fixtures, which says much for their character and ability to deal with adversity, although their wait for a league away win still stretches back to December 2021 (D7, L5)! Ending that here seems unlikely, as they’ve won just once as outsiders in a Bundesliga away game since the start of last season (D7, L6).
Players to watch: Leroy Sané was outstanding against Inter and he’s netted Bayern’s opener in his last three goalscoring appearances, while Stuttgart’s Silas has two goal contributions this term (G1, A1), both coming in draws.
Hot stat: There’s been scoring inside the first ten minutes in three of Stuttgart’s last four league away matches.