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  1. PSG vs Manchester United After an abysmal start of the season, the home side managed to stabilize its form and enter a winning streak. PSG opened the domestic campaign with two straight narrow defeats against Lens and fierce rivals Marseille. It seemed that they simply didn’t have enough time to prepare for new challenges after losing in the Champions League finals against Bayern Munich. Also, the Saints couldn’t count on their star players in that period. However, Thomas Tuchel’s side managed to get back on the winning track with five straight wins, and PSG climbed to the 2nd spot. Kylia
  2. Everton vs Liverpool Everton is sitting on the top of the Premier League table as they have the perfect score of all four victories. Although they had a stern test at the very first round, the hosts celebrated against Tottenham Hotspur. Dominic Calvert-Lewin and the lads have been scoring three goals per match on average, and when they are playing at Goodison Park, the Toffees were netting at least four times per game. Besides that, Carlo Ancelotti’s side was perfect in the EFL Cup as well, as they eliminated three opponents so far. New signings blended into the team very quickly, and Jam
  3. Derby County vs Watford Although they are considered one of the candidates for the promotion playoffs, Derby County cannot be content with their start. Their poor finish cost them the place in the playoffs last season, and the home side didn’t improve anything. The Rams eliminated Barrow from the EFL Cup only after the penalty shootout, and they tied four defeats in the next four games in all competition. The hosts finally booked their first points thanks to a narrow 1:0 victory away to Norwich. Phillip Cocu’s side has lots of troubles with converting their chances into goals, as the host
  4. Germany vs Switzerland After three draws in a row, the home side booked a victory away to Ukraine and remained two points behind Spain on the half of the road. That was the first win for the Joachim Low’s team in this competition, and they want to book their place in the final tournament. Although Germany has been pretty efficient lately, the hosts cannot be satisfied with their defensive work. Manuel Neuer didn’t manage to keep the clean sheet in the last five occasions, which is something to worry about. The home side enjoys a good streak of nine matches without a defeat, but they drew
  5. England vs Belgium England has been on a good run as they haven’t lost six times in a row. During that streak, the Three Lions managed to keep the clean sheet as well. The home side qualified for EURO without significant problems, as they topped their group. They have a good start in the UEFA Nations League as well, but England didn’t impress in the previous two rounds. The hosts celebrated a narrow 1:0 win away to Iceland thanks to the stoppage-time penalty, while they got back with a point from Denmark after a goalless draw. Gareth Southgate should be encouraged by his team’s performanc
  6. Scotland vs Israel Scotland has been in good form recently, and they are enjoying a positive streak. The hosts topped the UEFA Nations League Division C, and interestingly, they have been in the same group as their rivals. However, Steve Clarke’s side didn’t manage to book the EURO ticket through the main qualifiers, as they finished third, behind Belgium and Russia. However, Ryan Christie and the lads improved their game lately, and on the last five occasions, they missed the chance to win only once. Scotland opened the new Nations League campaign by snatching four points from two rounds
  7. Juventus vs Napoli Juventus seeks for its 10th Scudetto in a row, and they have a hell of a team. Cristiano Ronaldo still plays at the very top level, while the hosts also signed Arthur from Barcelona and loaned Alvaro Morata. They opened the campaign with a confident 3:0 win over Sampdoria but had a hiccup away to Roma last weekend. Griggiorossi managed to pull a 2:2 draw despite Ronaldo’s brace. Now, another tough challenge is ahead of Bianconeri, and they need to search for a victory in order not to lose pace with the main rivals at the very start of the season. Last time, they were on
  8. Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur Manchester United started the new season pretty badly after a 3:1 home defeat against Crystal Palace. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side put a very poor display, and a lot of work is ahead of the Norwegian manager. It seems that the Red Devils failed again to produce a productive transfer window, as they signed just Donny van de Beek. Several names circulate around the club, but it is questionable how much they can improve the squad. The home side managed to book their first victory against Brighton last weekend, but only after a stoppage-time
  9. Leeds United vs Manchester City After many years in League One and the Championship, Leeds United finally managed to get promoted at the end of the last season. Although their primary goal is to stay away from danger, they proved to be a very exciting team that may disrupt favorites from the very start of the campaign. In the opening round, they lost away to the defending champions, Liverpool, in a fascinating match that finished 4:3. Marcelo Bielsa’s side managed to tie two victories in the following two games, as they celebrated against Fulham and Sheffield United. Patrick Bamford and t
  10. Celta Vigo vs Barcelona Celta Vigo barely managed to survive last season as they finished just one point above the red line. They picked up only four points in the final seven rounds but managed to escape dropping to Segunda thanks to the final-round goalless draw against Espanyol. Although Oscar Garcia’s side was quite decent in the back, they spilled too many points in draw matches. However, they enjoy a good start to the new campaign as Celta Vigo still hasn’t lost in the first three games. Iago Aspas and the lads celebrated against Valencia at home, while they snatched away poi
  11. Real Madrid vs Valladolid Real Madrid didn’t open the campaign as expected since they failed to beat Real Sociedad at away ground. Things were not going well in their next match either, as Los Galacticos were 2:1 down at half time against Betis. However, they managed to get back into the game and eventually celebrate a 3:2 victory. Zinedine Zidane’s side was five points clear of Barcelona at the end of the previous season, and the hosts were outstanding in the second part of the campaign. Sergio Ramos and the lads didn’t suffer a defeat at the home ground last season, and they missed the
  12. Ferencvaros vs Molde The hosts are enjoying a great start of the new campaign. They started the qualifiers from the very first round and did not have too much luck in draws throughout the competition. Their first opponent was Swedish champion Djurgarden, but Ferencvaros managed to win 2:0. However, the real challenge came in the next round when they were supposed to travel to Glasgow and face Celtic. Although the bookies didn’t give them many chances of advancing further, Sergiy Rebrov’s side pulled off a 2:1 victory. Before reaching the playoffs, Ferencvaros needed to eliminate Dinamo Za
  13. Roma vs Juventus Roma hasn’t started the new season as expected as they failed to beat Hellas Verona in the opening round. The game ended in a draw, however, the home side fielded an ineligible player, Amadou Diawara, and the Italian FA awarded the 3:0 win to Hellas Verona. Paulo Fonseca’s side finished last season in 5th place, eight points behind their fierce rivals Lazio. Edin Dzeko and the lads have been very productive in front of the oppositions’ goal, as they scored 77 times, but their poor defending cost them the place in the Champions League group stage. Roma has been play
  14. Inter vs Fiorentina The hosts finished as the runners-up last season and only one point below Juventus. However, the title race was not exciting as you can think just by looking at the table since Bianconeri have secured the top spot four rounds before the end of the competition. Antonio Conte’s side wants to attack the trophy once again and break Juventus’ dominance in the past years. Inter was the second most efficient side in the league last season, while their defense was the tightest. There are quite a few fresh names in the home side’s squad, since Arturo Vidal, Aleksandar Kolarov,
  15. Hertha vs Eintracht Frankfurt Hertha opened their new Bundesliga campaign with a convincing 4:1 away win over Werder Bremen last weekend. The hosts finished in a safe mid-table position last season, and in this one, they want to go further and challenge one of the continental spots. Bruno Labbadia’s side had a pretty poor finish of the latest campaign, as they lost four times in the final five rounds. Krzysztof Piatek and the lads have been doing quite well in front of the oppositions’ goal, but their defense should have been much tighter. The home side had trouble playing in front of the
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