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  1. Osasuna v Eibar- Eibar (0 AH) to win at 2.15 with Bet365 Osasuna showed nothing in the first round, not even worth a point against Leganes, but in the end they left with 3. With such a game I do not think they can win a second game in a row and I do not believe the luck will cover them again. Eibar on the other hand played quite strongly against Mallorca and deserved something from that match, but lost. I expect a new strong performance for the guests and this time a positive result for them.
  2. Paire to beat Hurkacz at 2.42 with Marathonbet I'm with Paire once again. He has already won 2 ATP titles this year in Marrakech and Lyon and in those weeks he has shown exceptional play. When he wants to play tennis the Frenchman looks like a player in the top 10 and I hope that in this final he will show his best again.
  3. Paire to beat Johnson at 2.52 with Pinnacle I just can't ignore these odds. I don't see Johnson as a big favorite here, OK, he's won 4 games here already, but we can't say he played against top form players. On a good day Paire can play incredible tennis and personally I like to bet on him when he is an outsider.
  4. Granada v Sevilla- Sevilla to win at 1.98 with Pinnacle Sevilla outplayed and deservedly won against Espanyol in the first round. If they manage to repeat their performance from last week, they should have no problem with Granada. The hosts in this match made a great comeback from 2-4 against Villarreal to 4-4. This was largely due to the poor play in defense of their opponent. Sevilla is posting big ambitions this season and away visits like this should be taken without problems.
  5. Tiafoe to beat Hurkacz at 2.06 with Pinnacle Tiafoe did not finish any of his two games so far in the tournament against Krajinovic and Chardy after his opponents retired, but it should be noted that he had an advantage in both matches. Hurkacz also did not finish his last game after Lopes retired and before that he had a difficult win with 2-1 set against Korean Lee. Hurkacz has been making a lot of progress this year, but Tiafoe is playing at home and has also won both his matches against the Pole, which makes me think he will have a slight advantage in this match.
  6. Sheffield Utd v Leicester- Leicester to win at 2.25 with Bet365 Sheffield started the new campaign very well, earning 4 points in their first 2 games against Bournemouth and Palace. As newcomers to the league I don't think they will be able to keep a high level for a long time and I expect that they will have a difficult time in the next match. Leicester scored 2 straight draws against solid teams such as Wolves and Chelsea, but for a team with their ambitions they should look to win as their opponent is comfortable enough.
  7. Querrey to beat Thiem at 2.20 with Bet365 Thiem does not like the grass courts and his performance in recent years is indicative. This year he only played 1 match and lost from Jarry at the Hurlingham Exhibition. On the previous Wimbledon he lost in the first round from Baghdatis and before that he was defeated by Sugita in Hale. Querrey was out of the courts for a long time, but on his return he reached the final in Eastbourne. He feels much more comfortable on grass and it will not be a big surprise if he wins here.
  8. Munar to beat Kecmanovic at 2.33 with Marathonbet Neither of the two players has grass success and it is a little surprising to me that Kecmanovic is considered the favorite. Munar showed good tennis on this surface last week against Coric as he was even close to winning the 1st set. Kecmanovic also performed well against Khachanov as lucky looser, but it is hardly a reason to be considered a favorite here. As I said these players do not play on their preferred surface and for me the odds should be more equal. I do not see any significant advantage for the Serb and 2.33 seems to be a good enough odd to play.
  9. Paraguay to beat Colombia at 2.80 with Unibet Colombia has already qualified and has nothing to play for. Paraguay on the other hand needs 3 points to qualify for the next phase. It is unlikely the Colombians will have anything against Paraguay qualifying instead of Argentina. Paraguayers played very strong on their last match and if they showed the same game against an unmotivated team they should win without a problem.
  10. Auger-Aliassime to beat Tsitsipas at 2.30 with Bet365 Tsitsipas almost lost yesterday from the French veteran Chardy, but eventually managed to beat him with two tiebreaks. He allowed four breaks and many break points. FAA was incredible against Dimitrov, served incredibly and then against Kyrgios not allowed to be break. The Canadian defeated both of his matches against Tsitsipas so far and I see no reason not to continue his winning way.
  11. Japan (+2 AH) to beat Uruguay at 1.91 with Unibet Both teams started the tournament in a totally different way. Japan lost heavily 0-4 by Chile, but they did not deserve to lose with such a result. They had 3-4 good opportunities to score but missed, as the Chileans scored after corner and after blocked shot the first two goals. Uruguay on his part started with a convincing victory over Ecuador by 4-0, but there was an early red card that facilitated their task. In the end I do not think the difference between these teams is so big, they met last year in a friendly match and the game ended 4-3 for the Asians.
  12. Struff to beat Khachanov at 2 with Unibet I was impressed today’s performance of Struff and his victory over Djere. He obviously continues his good performance from last week when he played the semi-final in Stuttgart. In the way he serves I think it will be very difficult to break through. Khachanov had some difficulties against Kecmanovic, but he still won. Struff looks more solid at the moment and he has a slight advantage here.
  13. Congratulations StevieDay1983, great work so far. 1 pick from me for today's matches. Peru (-1 AH) to beat Bolivia at 1.87 with Unibet Peru won against Venezuela in the first match and totally deserved the victory, but eventually the game ended 0-0. Given that the last game of the Peruvians is against Brazil now they will seek a mandatory victory against a unpretentious rival. Bolivia lost with 0-3 against Brazil, they are an outsider in this group and will most likely fight Venezuela for the third place, which can rank them ahead. For me Peru is much better team and surely will win here with more than 1 goal I guess. My call is 2-0.
  14. Djere (+1,5 sets) to beat Struff at 2.48 with Pinnacle I will try another unpopular bet, Jere has only 2 matches on the grass and has lost both of them. The Serb has made tremendous progress this year, he has a big service and I expect to be strong on this surface. FAA and Kecmanovic also did not have much success on grass, but played quite good matches. Struff reached the semi-final in Stuttgart last week and may be a little tired. It is good to note that so far he has not passed the first round in Halle and has 9 losses.