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Preview Leicester vs Swansea 30.01.2024
Preview Leicester vs Swansea 30.01.2024

On Tuesday at 19:45, the leader in the Championship and the main favorite for promotion to the Premier League, Leicester, will play at home against Swansea. The two teams are facing each other in the return match this season, after the round match was played in the 12th round, at Swansea's ground, where Leicester won 3-1, managing to come back from the score of 1 -0 for Swansea, the team that had first opened the scoring in the 20th minute. Leicester have managed to organize themselves very well after being relegated to the second division, keeping some key players in the lead with veteran Jamie Vardie, the 37-year-old striker scoring six goals so far despite being injured all of December and missing three matches from the new year. Leicester occupies the first place in the Championship with 66 points, seven points ahead of the 2nd place occupied by Ipswich. Also, Leicester showed its strength in the championship, having the best attack in the league with 56 goals scored, but also the best defense with only 22 goals conceded. Swansea is in the 5th consecutive season in the second league and is currently unable to come up with a strategy that would allow them to fight for a return to the Premier League. At this moment, Swansea is in 16th place in the ranking with 33 points, being tied with four other teams and is closer to the relegation zone than to the top places. Swansea has a balanced report regarding both the matches played at home and those played away, the difference between points accumulated at home and away being only one point. Swansea does not have a classic scorer, the most prolific players being the forwards Jerry Yates and Jamal Lowe, both having scored six goals each. Photo credit: swanseacity.com Prediction: Leicester WIN @ 1.35

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Preview Blackburn vs Wrexham 29.01.2024
Preview Blackburn vs Wrexham 29.01.2024

Monday from 19:30 in the FA Cup - 1/16-finals, England, Blackburn will play at home against Wrexham. The two teams come from the lower leagues of England and the last official confrontation according to the official website of Wrexham took place precisely in 1982 when Wrexham won at home against Blackburn with 1-0, thanks to a goal scored by Dennis Leman in the 36th minute. However, the most recent direct confrontation between Blackburn and Wrexham was a friendly match played in 2013 which ended in a draw, score 1-1. Blackburn reached this stage of the competition after winning the match against Cambridge Utd in the previous round, with a score of 5-2. It was the match of the Irish midfielder and the top scorer this season, Sammie Szmodics, a player who scored three goals in the first half, in the 23rd, 37th and 45+3 minutes. Sammie Szmodics has scored 16 goals in the Championship this season and is having the best season of his career. Although they are not in the relegation zone, Blackburn is the team with the most goals conceded this season in the second league in England, having conceded 53 goals in 28 matches. Wrexham can be said to have produced a small surprise in the previous phase of the FA Cup, managing to eliminate a team from a higher division, Shrewsbury, who is in League One, after winning 1-0 away, thanks to the goal also scored by an Irish midfielder, Thomas O'Connor, a player who scores for the first time this season, in the championship having played 25 games but without scoring. Wrexham is a newly promoted team in League Two this season and it seems that they are doing very well, occupying the 2nd place in the ranking with 52 points and if they maintain their sports form, they have a good chance of succeeding in the second consecutive promotion in a league superior. The 29-year-old English striker, Elliott Lee, is Wrexham's top scorer this season, having scored 13 goals in the championship alone and has surpassed his record from last season when he scored 12 times but in a lower league. Photo credit: wrexhamafc.co.uk Prediction: Blackburn WIN @ 1.75

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Argentina vs France Preview World Cup 2022 (18.12.2022)
Argentina vs France Preview World Cup 2022 (18.12.2022)

Argentina - France is the final of the World Football Championship in Qatar 2022. This game is scheduled to start on Sunday at 15:00 and a very interesting one is already announced. It will be the duel of the PSG superstars, Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe, both players having scored five goals each in this competition and whoever scores one more goal in this final than the other will also win the top scorer title. The statistics of the direct duels are on the side of Argentina, but France won the last direct confrontation that took place in the round of 2018 in which seven goals were scored, and Mbappe had an excellent performance. The presence of Argentina in the final of the World Cup in Qatar 2022 is not a surprise, although after the defeat in the debut match 1-2 with Saudi Arabia, many did not think this was possible. Leo Messi is by far the number one man in the Argentina camp, the captain managing to score in almost all the matches, except for the match against Poland and he also missed a shot from 11m. Certainly, Leo Messi's form this season, but also from this final tournament, made Argentina present in the final. In the semifinals, Argentina achieved the most decisive victory of this tournament, after winning 3-0 against Croatia. On the other hand, the presence of France is not a surprise either, as it has the chance to defend the trophy won in 2018 and to add to its record three world cups after the one in 1998. Many predicted a Brazil - France final, a re-edition of the 1998 final won by France with 3-0, with Zinedine Zidane in great form. France lost a match in this final tournament, 1-0 against Tunisia in the groups, but used many reserve players in that match. The hardest victory was the one in the quarter-finals when France defeated England 2-1, at the end of a balanced match. Photo credit: Fifa.com

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Croatia vs Morocco Preview World Cup 2022 (17.12.2022)
Croatia vs Morocco Preview World Cup 2022 (17.12.2022)

Croatia and Morocco will play their last match at the World Cup in Qatar 2022, on Saturday at 3:00 p.m., when the two national teams who also met in the groups, will face each other for the bronze medals and implicitly the 3rd place at this final tournament. As I said, Croatia and Morocco also met in the group at the very debut match, and the match was balanced with opportunities on both sides and ended in a tie, score 0-0.   After four years ago, Croatia managed to win the silver medals and the title of world vice-champion, after the defeat by France, score 4-2 in the final, this year, Croatia again disputed a final, this time for 3rd place. Croatia has an exceptional generation that made history in the last two final tournaments and in this tournament they managed to eliminate the big favorite, Brazil, in the kicks from 11m. In the semifinals, Croatia did not repeat the good game from four years ago when it managed to beat Argentina in the groups with 3-0, being defeated now by the same score. Morocco will be talked about a lot and well from now on, after the successful performance at this final tournament, namely the qualification between the four best teams in the world, now having the opportunity to fight in the small final and for the third place, which would be a extraordinary performance. Morocco showed right from the first game that it will not be an easy team to beat, managing a draw in the company of Croatia, after which followed the victories with Belgium and Canada, but the most beautiful and also historic victories remain those with Spain and Portugal from the eighth respectively the quarter finals. Even though it was defeated by France in the semifinals, Morocco left a good impression in this match as well.   Photo credit: Fifa.com  

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Team P W D L GD Pts
1
Liverpool
26 18 6 2 +38 60
2
Manchester City
26 18 5 3 +33 59
3
Arsenal
26 18 4 4 +39 58
4
Aston Villa
26 16 4 6 +21 52
5
Tottenham
25 14 5 6 +14 47
6
Manchester Utd
26 14 2 10 0 44
7
Brighton
26 10 9 7 +8 39
8
West Ham
26 11 6 9 -6 39
9
Wolves
26 11 5 10 0 38
10
Newcastle
26 11 4 11 +9 37
11
Chelsea
25 10 5 10 +1 35
12
Fulham
26 9 5 12 -6 32
13
Crystal Palace
26 7 7 12 -13 28
14
Bournemouth
25 7 7 11 -14 28
15
Everton
26 8 7 11 -6 25
16 Brentford 26 7 4 15 -11 25
17 Nottingham 26 6 6 14 -14 24
18 Luton 25 5 5 15 -16 20
19
Burnley
26 3 4 19 -33 13
20 Sheffield Utd 26 3 4 19 -44 13
G Player Team
17 E. Haaland
Manchester City
15 Mohamed Salah
Liverpool
14 J. Bowen
West Ham United
14 D. Solanke
AFC Bournemouth
14 O. Watkins
Aston Villa
13 B. Saka
Arsenal
12 Son Heung-Min
Tottenham Hotspur
10 Richarlison
Tottenham Hotspur
10 Hwang Hee-Chan
Wolverhampton Wanderers
10 A. Isak
Newcastle United
10 C. Palmer
Chelsea
9 E. Adebayo Luton Town
9 Matheus Cunha
Wolverhampton Wanderers
9 P. Foden
Manchester City
9 D. Núñez
Liverpool
Team P W D L GD Pts
1
Real Madrid
26 20 5 1 +38 65
2
Girona
26 18 5 3 +25 59
3
Barcelona
26 17 6 3 +22 57
4
Atl. Madrid
26 16 4 6 +24 52
5
Ath Bilbao
26 14 7 5 +20 49
6
Betis
26 10 12 4 +5 42
7
Real Sociedad
26 10 10 6 +9 40
8
Las Palmas
26 10 6 10 0 36
9
Valencia
25 10 6 9 0 36
10
Getafe
26 8 10 8 -5 34
11
Osasuna
26 9 6 11 -7 33
12
Alaves
26 7 8 11 -7 29
13
Villarreal
26 7 8 11 -10 29
14
Rayo Vallecano
26 5 10 11 -14 25
15
Sevilla
26 5 9 12 -8 24
16 Mallorca 26 4 12 10 -11 24
17
Celta Vigo
26 4 9 13 -10 21
18 Cadiz CF 26 2 12 12 -20 18
19
Granada CF
25 2 8 15 -22 14
20
Almeria
26 0 9 17 -29 9
G Player Team
16 J. Bellingham
Real Madrid
15 Borja Mayoral
Getafe
14 A. Dovbyk
Girona
13 A. Budimir
Osasuna
13 Álvaro Morata Atletico Madrid
12 R. Lewandowski
Barcelona
11 A. Griezmann Atletico Madrid
10 Hugo Duro
Valencia
10 Gorka Guruzeta Athletic Bilbao
10 Gerard Moreno
Villarreal
9 I. Williams Athletic Bilbao
9 Samu Omorodion
Granada
9 J. Strand Larsen
Celta Vigo
9 A. Sørloth
Villarreal
8 Mikel Oyarzabal
Real Sociedad
Team P W D L GD Pts
1
Bayer Leverkusen
23 19 4 0 +43 61
2
Bayern Munich
23 17 2 4 +37 53
3
Stuttgart
23 15 2 6 +23 47
4
Dortmund
23 11 8 4 +16 41
5
RB Leipzig
23 12 4 7 +19 40
6
Eintracht Frankfurt
23 8 10 5 +6 34
7
Hoffenheim
23 8 6 9 -2 30
8
Werder Bremen
23 8 6 9 -3 30
9
Freiburg
23 8 5 10 -12 29
10 Heidenheim 23 7 7 9 -7 28
11
Augsburg
23 6 8 9 -8 26
12
B. Monchengladbach
23 6 7 10 -4 25
13
Wolfsburg
23 6 7 10 -8 25
14 Union Berlin 23 7 4 12 -14 25
15 Bochum 23 5 10 8 -18 25
16
FC Koln
23 3 8 12 -21 17
17
Mainz
23 2 9 12 -19 15
18
Darmstadt
23 2 7 14 -28 13
G Player Team
27 H. Kane
Bayern Munich
18 S. Guirassy
Stuttgart
16 L. Openda
RB Leipzig
14 D. Undav
Stuttgart
12 E. Demirović
Augsburg
11 N. Füllkrug
Borussia Dortmund
10 M. Beier
Hoffenheim
10 D. Malen
Borussia Dortmund
10 Omar Marmoush
Eintracht Frankfurt
10 V. Boniface
Bayer Leverkusen
9 M. Ducksch
Werder Bremen
9 J. Wind
Wolfsburg
8 Álex Grimaldo
Bayer Leverkusen
8 A. Kramarić
Hoffenheim
8 L. Sané
Bayern Munich
Team P W D L GD Pts
1
Inter
26 22 3 1 +55 69
2
Juventus
26 17 6 3 +22 57
3
AC Milan
26 16 5 5 +18 53
4
Bologna
26 13 9 4 +16 48
5
Atalanta
26 14 4 8 +20 46
6
AS Roma
26 13 5 8 +16 44
7
Fiorentina
26 12 5 9 +9 41
8
Lazio
26 12 4 10 +4 40
9
Napoli
26 11 7 8 +10 40
10
Torino
26 9 9 8 0 36
11 Monza 26 9 9 8 -3 36
12
Genoa
26 8 9 9 -3 33
13
Empoli
26 6 7 13 -18 25
14 Lecce 26 5 9 12 -19 24
15
Udinese
26 3 14 9 -15 23
16
Frosinone
26 6 5 15 -21 23
17
Verona
26 4 8 14 -13 20
18
Sassuolo
26 5 5 16 -22 20
19
Cagliari
26 4 8 14 -23 20
20 Salernitana 26 2 7 17 -33 13
G Player Team
23 L. Martínez Inter Milan
15 D. Vlahović
Juventus
12 O. Giroud
AC Milan
11 P. Dybala
Roma
11 V. Osimhen
Napoli
10 M. Soulé
Frosinone
10 M. Thuram Inter Milan
9 D. Berardi
Sassuolo
9 H. Çalhanoğlu Inter Milan
9 A. Guðmundsson
Genoa
9 R. Lukaku
Roma
9 R. Orsolini
Bologna
9 A. Pinamonti
Sassuolo
9 D. Zapata
Torino
9 J. Zirkzee
Bologna
Team P W D L GD Pts
1
PSG
23 16 6 1 +35 54
2 Brest 23 12 7 4 +16 43
3
Monaco
23 12 5 6 +10 41
4
Nice
23 11 7 5 +7 40
5
Lille
23 10 8 5 +13 38
6
Lens
23 10 6 7 +6 36
7
Rennes
23 9 8 6 +8 35
8
Reims
23 10 4 9 -1 34
9
Marseille
23 8 9 6 +8 33
10
Lyon
23 8 4 11 -10 28
11
Toulouse
23 6 8 9 -6 26
12
Nantes
23 7 4 12 -11 25
13
Strasbourg
23 6 7 10 -12 25
14 Le Havre 23 5 9 9 -6 24
15
Montpellier
23 5 8 10 -6 22
16
Lorient
23 5 7 11 -13 22
17
Metz
23 4 5 14 -18 17
18 Clermont 23 3 8 12 -20 17
G Player Team
21 K. Mbappé
PSG
12 A. Lacazette
Lyon
11 W. Ben Yedder
Monaco
11 J. David
Lille
8 P. Aubameyang
Marseille
8 T. Dallinga
Toulouse
7 Mostafa Mohamed
Nantes
7 A. Adams
Montpellier
6 B. Bourigeaud
Rennes
6 A. Golovin
Monaco
6 R. Kolo Muani
PSG
6 T. Minamino
Monaco
6 T. Moffi
Nice
6 W. Saïd
Lens
6 T. Teuma
Reims

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