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  1. Napoli vs Inter After getting eliminated from the Europa League, Napoli improved its form and remained in the race for a Champions League ticket. Since the end of February, the hosts celebrated six times in eight rounds, losing just once during that period. That streak launched them to 5th place, being only two points behind Atalanta and just four away from the second-placed Milan. Lorenzo Insigne and the lads have been very productive this season, but they could have done better in the back. Napoli missed a chance to win at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona just once on the previous ten occa
  2. Atalanta vs Juventus The home side enjoys an excellent run during which they celebrated four times in a row. It launched them to the 4th spot, being only a point behind their upcoming rivals. La Dea is on the right track to secure another Champions League ticket, and that’s not a surprise anymore. Gian Piero Gasperini’s side became recognizable about its attacking style, and Luis Muriel and the lads are the most productive team in Serie A. Atalanta has been particularly clinical at Gewiss Stadium, where they netted 41 times. They haven’t lost at home on the previous five occasions and man
  3. Chelsea vs Manchester City Despite a defeat in the Champions League quarter-finals second leg against Porto, the home side booked a place among the best four continental teams. The Blues haven’t been convincing in the previous match, but a stoppage-time goal didn’t harm their Champions League bid. However, Thomas Tuchel’s side has been inconsistent lately, and everything started after a surprising 5:2 defeat against West Brom at Stamford Bridge. Nevertheless, Mason Mount and the lads are still in the game for the top-four spot, as they are one point behind West Ham. The hosts have been qu
  4. Wolfsburg vs Bayern Munich The hosts enjoy an excellent campaign as they sit in 3rd place, being eight points ahead of the fifth-placed Borussia Dortmund. Wolfsburg has been one of the most disciplined teams in the competition, losing only four times in Bundesliga. Oliver Glasner’s side has been doing an excellent job in the back, conceding only 26 goals, and making them the second-best defensive team in the competition. Wout Weghorst and the lads have been very confident at Volkswagen Arena, and they still haven’t lost at the home ground. The hosts are six points behind the second-placed
  5. Everton vs Tottenham Hotspur The hosts cannot be happy with their recent form as they failed to win in the last five matches in all competitions. Everton got knocked out from the FA Cup while slipping to the 8th spot in the Premier League. Carlo Ancelotti’s side drew in the previous two rounds, and they need to get back on the winning track to keep their chances of securing the ticket for continental competitions. However, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and the lads haven’t been efficient enough lately, as they netted only twice on the previous five occasions. The Toffees celebrated only once in t
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  7. Lille vs Montpellier After winning at Parc des Princes, the home side booked another victory on the road last weekend. Lille celebrated against Metz 2:0 and remained three points clear from PSG. Christophe Galtier’s side has been very disciplined in the back, managing to keep the clean sheet on the previous two occasions. Burak Yilmaz recovered from the injury at a perfect moment and will be there to help his teammates in the title battle. However, Les Dogues need to remain confident at the home ground as well since they lost to Nimes in their latest game at Stade Pierre-Mauroy. Lille nee
  8. Slavia Prague vs Arsenal Tomas Holes’s goal in the final second of the first-leg match brought Slavia Prague a valuable 1:1 draw from London. The hosts face the UK side for the third time in the knockout stage of this competition, and they have been successful on the previous two occasions. Unlike those, Slavia will play the second leg at home and try to find a place among the top four Europa League teams. Jindrich Trpisovsky’s side heads to this match after a 2:0 victory in the Prague Derby against Sparta, which brought them very close to defending the title. However, the hosts will have
  9. Roma vs Ajax The hosts managed to break their winless streak in Serie A last weekend by celebrating a narrow 1:0 victory over Bologna. Thanks to that win, they remained in the race for the Europa League spot next season, being just a point behind their arch-rivals Lazio. Paulo Fonseca’s side has been pretty productive this season, but the home side has trouble keeping its net intact. Roma’s home performances have been quite confident so far, despite losing twice on the previous five occasions. Gialorossi secured an excellent result in Amsterdam, and a 2:1 advantage is a considerable capit
  10. Liverpool vs Real Madrid Liverpool booked an important 2:1 victory over Aston Villa in the Premier League last weekend, although they were trailing 1:0 at halftime. They remained in the battle for the top four, and the Reds are still three points behind West Ham. Jurgen Klopp’s side celebrated for the third time in a row in the domestic championship, but they needed a late winner in the previous match. Mo Salah and the lads did not put a good display in Madrid, and their rivals secured a massive 3:1 advantage. The hosts would need to tighten the defense, as they made some ridiculous mist
  11. Borussia Dortmund vs Manchester City The hosts remained in 5th place in the Bundesliga after celebrating a 3:2 victory away to Stuttgart. Dortmund trailed at halftime but managed to pull a turnaround in the second part of the match. However, they are still seven points behind Eintracht Frankfurt, with six rounds to go ’till the end of the domestic campaign. Erling Haaland and the lads have been pretty productive this season, but they had trouble keeping their net intact. BVB failed to keep the clean sheet in the previous four matches, and it has been a significant issue for the hosts this
  12. PSG vs Bayern Munich A massive 3:2 victory from Munich put PSG into a commanding position ahead of the return clash. Kylian Mbappe and the lads capitalized on their chances at Allianz Arena and got back home with significant capital. Mauricio Pochettino’s side was successful in Strasbourg last weekend and got back home with a convincing 4:1 win. Those three points still keep the home side in the title race since they are three points behind Lille. However, PSG’s latest home performances were far below their standards. The hosts managed to win only once on the previous five occasions at Pa
  13. Chelsea vs Porto The hosts quickly recovered from a shocking 5:2 defeat against WBA and booked two crucial wins on the road. The Blues brought a 2:0 advantage from their trip to Porto while beating Crystal palace in the Premier League last weekend. It seems that Thomas Tuchel managed to turn down sparkles in the locker room that could have set it on fire. Instead, Chelsea scored more than two goals in a match for the first time since the German head coach took over the bench. The home side is still active in the top-four battle in the English top-flight, being one point behind the fourth-
  14. Hoffenheim vs Bayer Leverkusen The hosts will forget this campaign quickly since they didn’t enjoy almost any success. Hoffenheim won’t play in continental competitions next season, as they sit in a disappointing 12th place. The home side got knocked out in DFB Pokal and Europa League as well, and they are much closer to the danger zone. Sebastian Hoeness’s side lost three times in a row, and they are only four points ahead of the relegation zone. Hoffenheim is having severe troubles with sidelined players throughout the entire season, and we cannot remember when they fielded potentially
  15. Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United The Champions League spot battle will be scorching as four teams challenge for one spot. Manchester clubs locked the first two tickets, while Leicester City is on a good track of finishing 3rd. Tottenham has been inconsistent lately, as the home side celebrated only once in the previous three rounds. Jose Mourinho’s side is three points behind West Ham and Liverpool, and they need to put high-level performances to finish in the top four. Harry Kane and the lads have been on a good run at their backyard, as they booked three victories in a row. Totten
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