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West Brom vs Wigan

WBA failed to be more challenging in their latest performance on the road to a slightly underestimated Hull, definitely lacking focus at the finishing for a more suitable outcome.
The visitors conceded in the 33rd, complicating their situation even more later in the 57th when they scored their own, being a side that held the initiative, especially during the second part, but unfortunately for them, without any concrete solutions in the front.
West Brom is holding the 11th spot in the general standings, having seven points less than playoff-placed Norwich.
The hosts miss goalkeeper Palmer (17/0), central defender Bartley (7/2), right-back Furlong (28/2), offensive midfielder Phillips (25/2), and forwards Thomas-Asante (23/5) and Grant (23/3).
Wigan had a certain dose of luck in avoiding defeat at home in the last round facing underdogs from Birmingham, as they ended the clash taking a point in a 1:1 game.
They found themselves in a 0:1 deficit already at the opening, bouncing back with an equalizer later in the 59th over Fletcher, being quite lucky not to pay the price of an open play, as the visitors missed the penalty only seven minutes later.
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Reims vs Ajaccio ✅

Reims appeared quite confidently last time out at home against underdogs from Toulouse, as they come up with a convincing 3:0 victory, thus continuing their generally stable play lately in the Ligue 1 campaign.
The hosts opened the match in a better way and went on a break having a 2:0 advantage, performing with more aggressiveness in the continuation, and crowned their better display with another one later in the 68th.
Reims is sitting at the 10th spot in the standings, at a safe distance from the danger zone, but not in a position to compete for the European exit.
Central defender Agbadou (20/0) is doubtful for the hosts.
Ajaccio had some trouble along the way in the last round at home facing minors from Troyes, but they still managed to get the job done after a complete reversal.
The hosts conceded in the 23rd, but pulled themselves together in the continuation, leveling up from the penalty in the 62nd executed by Belaili, and completely turning the tides here over El Idrissy just six minutes later.
Still, Ajaccio has problems regarding their future among the elite, as they hold the relegation-leading 21st spot in the standings, one point in deficit compared to the safely-placed Auxerre.
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Lens vs Lille Lens ❌

Lens is coming to this clash after a setback in their latest Ligue 1 performance away to Montpellier, as they failed to be more creative and ended the game with a 1:1 draw.
The guests opened the match in a better way and took the lead over Fulgini in the 4th, failing to use the gained momentum to its full potential, as they conceded an equalizer later in the 59th, unfortunately for them not being able to tap into their play and respond accordingly.
Nevertheless, Lens is enjoying a very productive season, as they are sitting at the 4th spot in the standings, having two points less than second-placed Marseille.
Central-back Fortes (1/0), offensive midfielder Claude-Maurice (13/2), and forward Buksa (4/0) are out. Midfielder Cabot (11/0) and forward Said (17/5) are both unfit for the whole match.
Lille, on the other hand, justified the role of a favorite side in the last round at home facing minors from Brest when they come up with a 2:1 victory.
After scoring their own at the opening, the hosts visibly took control of the situation on the pitch, and even though it required some effort, they managed to turn the result in their favor over Diakite and Aleksandro, both of which were effective during the second part of the match.
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Mechelen vs Zulte-Waregem ❌

Mechelen boosted their morale for the upcoming second leg of the Belgian Cup, as they did their part last Saturday on the road to minors from Seraing with a routine 0:2 victory.
The visitors were more concrete since the kickoff, scoring on one occasion in each part of the clash, not facing any serious resistance by their foes, and bringing this clash to an end without any major problems.
Mechelen is sitting at the 13th spot in the Jupiler League standings, currently having seven points less than playoff-placed Cercle Brugge.
Defender Lavalee (14/0) is suspended. Injured and out are defenders Walsh (23/2) and Bolingoli-Mbombo (17/0), while Vanlerberghe (14/2) remains doubtful.
Waregem showed a great deal of potency, but also backline vulnerability in their latest appearance at home against slightly underestimated Kortrijk when they took a point in a 3:3 rollercoaster.
The hosts found themselves in a 2:3 deficit after the 65th, but were holding on to their offensive approach, and managed to add one more to the scoreline in the last ten minutes.
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Lazio vs Sampdoria 🟡

Lazio earned their ticket for the next stage of the Conference League campaign a bit harder than expected.
They failed to be more creative last Thursday on the road to Romania when the clash ended with a 0:0 stalemate, leaving their narrow 1:0 home victory a week before doing the job for them.
The Romans are currently sitting at the 5th spot in the Serie A standings, two points in deficit compared to the Champions League-placed Milan, while with the boosted morale after their latest 0:2 victory away against Salernitana, Lazio is undeniably entering this clash with a mind focused on only one scenario.
They should only miss central defenders Romagnoli (21/1) and Radu (1/0).
Sampdoria is running through some troubles for some time now in the Serie A campaign, as the absence of victory is becoming a serious problem, facing yet another defeat last time out at home against Bologna with a close 1:2 result.
The hosts conceded first in the 27th, responding from the penalty later in the 68th, and had a great chance for a reversal from the same situation only three minutes later, however, this time failed to be accurate and were punished with another one conceded just before the full-time whistle.
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Athletic Bilbao vs Girona ❌

Bilbao lacked a bit more creativity in their latest fixture away to Atletico when they narrowly lost the clash with a minimal result.
They were somewhat dangerous during the first part but lost their focus when the match moved to the second and conceded the only one here over Griezmann in the 73rd minute.
Bilbao is holding the 7th spot in the general rankings, two points in deficit compared to the European-placed Rayo Vallecano.
Right-back Capa (2/0), central defender Martinez (9/0), and midfielder Herrera (8/0) are out for the hosts.
Girona appeared quite dominant in their last home match against underdogs from Almeria, as they completely hammered their foes with a convincing 6:2 result.
They scored as many as four times during the first part, and on two more occasions in the continuation, allowing the guests to avoid complete misery, as they still conceded twice before the full-time whistle.
Girona occupies the 11th spot in LaLiga standings, five points ahead of the relegation-worried Cadiz.
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Leipzig vs Eintracht Frankfurt ✅

Leipzig made a decent return to the European stage last week at home against favored Manchester City when they ended the clash with a 1:1 draw, heading towards a pretty tough second leg in England, but never the less, chances for further progress are still present.
On the bright side, they appeared quite confident last time out in Bundesliga when they outplayed Wolfsburg on the road with a 0:3 result, currently being in the 5th spot in the standings, only a point in deficit compared to the Champions League-placed Freiburg.
Goalkeeper Gulacsi (6/0), defender Diallo (5/1), and offensive midfielder Olmo (13/2) are out for the hosts.
Eintracht, on the contrary, faced quite a determined foe last time out in the Champions League at home, as they were routinely outplayed by Napoli with a 0:2 result, practically reducing their chances for the next phase to a minimum.
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Roma vs Verona ✅

When Roma hosts Verona at their Stadio Olimpico tonight, they will be trying to maintain their Champions League spot.
The Giallorossi are focused on finishing in the top four, and we should be aware that they are currently riding a three-game home winning streak before Verona visits.
In contrast to fellow midfielder Leonardo Spinazzola, who is still recovering from an injury, the Dutch international Georginio Wijnaldum is competing for a spot in the starting lineup.
The Veronians, meanwhile, have just begun to show indications of development as they have recently defeated Lecce and Salernitana and shared the spoils with Udinese and Lazio.
Yet, Verona is not known for being a good travelers, which is perhaps the major reason I will bet on the capital club this time.
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Plymouth vs Fleetwood ✅

Plymouth are just two points ahead of Sheffield Wednesday, who have one game less, so hosts should be on their best if they want to keep the first place. At home they are great, with fourteen wins and just one loss, and that was at the beginning of December against Port Vale 0:2.
Fleetwood managed to improve with two consecutive wins against Charlton 2:1 on away and Peterborough 1:0 at home and now they are seven points ahead of Morecambe, the first team in the relegation zone. On away they are decent with five wins, six draws and four losses.
Plymouth are pretty efficient at home, with thirty two goals scored in fifteen games. Still they conceded in nine home games and in the same number of games they managed to win with an over goals.
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Preston vs Luton ✅

Preston didn’t have many chances away to Burnley last weekend, suffering a 3:0 loss in quite an unimpressive performance.
They were back in the scoreline already in the fifteenth minute, looked passive and simply weren’t up to the task back then.
It was their second consecutive loss and third in last four matches, as their promotional battle seems to be having less and less real chances.
They miss suspended offensive Evans (22/7), while injured remains forward Riis (24/5).
Luton comes from quite a difficult game away from home against Coventry, but could be overly satisfied with a point taken in a 1:1 game back then.
They took the lead via Lockyer already in the first minute, but had a misfortune to concede a goal in the additional time in the first halftime. They looked slightly more concrete during the clash, but lacked final effort in the continuation of the game.
It was their first draw after three consecutive victories, as they now stand at the fourth position with definitely a great chance to get the play-off ticket in the end.
Right full-back Drameh (2/0) is doubtful, while injured are central defender Bradley (12/0) and offensive midfielder Freeman (20/2).
The guests prevail
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