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Reading vs Derby County

Reading showed very little in their last encounter on the road to Barnsley, but it was still enough for them to take a point in a 1:1 draw.
Both sides approached this clash a bit reserved, creating a minimal number of opportunities worth mentioning. Nevertheless, the guests managed to take the lead in the 34th minute over Ejaria, but only to concede later on in the 61st from the penalty. All in all, a fair result for both teams, that were quite passive during the whole encounter.
Reading occupies the 6th spot in the overall standings, closely followed by Bournemouth which is only one point in deficit, and slowly but surely, the play-off race is beginning to heat up.
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Angers vs Montpellier

Angers failed to be more convincing in the last match on the road against Brest when they had a goalless game.
The guests opened the match more aggressively, creating several decent opportunities, deserving to score, but failed to be more concrete at the finishing. The second part brought us a more balanced performance, but neither of them was sharp enough for something more in this encounter.
Angers is at 10th spot in the rankings, having eight points less than European placed Lens.
The hosts will miss defender Ebosse (6/0), midfielders El Melali (14/0), Boufal (14/1), forwards Coulibaly (27/1) and Cho (14/0). Doubtful are midfielder Cabot (17/1) and offensive midfielder Thioub (21/1).
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Twente vs Vitesse

Twente left Heerenveen with a draw (1:1) in a match where they were better and deserved the victory.
They still have better chances than other teams to participate in the playoffs for a European exit, but they need more determination and improve their home record.
Till now, Twente manages much better when they are playing away from home, something that was proved again in the last game against Heerenveen.
Defender Julio Pleguezuelo (19/1), winger Vaclav Cerny (16/6) and midfielder Wout Brama (15/1) are again out due to injuries.
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Brescia vs Pordenone

Brescia ended their winning momentum in their last clash on the road to Salernitana when they suffered a loss with a close 1:0 result.
Honestly speaking, the hosts were a better squad from the start, having complete control over the situation, and deservedly took the lead in the Bogdna in the 24th. The guests were completely idealess in the offense in this encounter despite the possession they had, which was quite surprising, as they are quite effective lately, but occasional bad appearance is acceptable.
Brescia is at 10th spot in the general standings, being five points in deficit compared to the play-off placed Chievo.
Goalkeeper Andrenacci (1/0), defender Verzeni (5/0), midfielders Skrabb (10/0) and Spalek (22/2) should remain out injured. Defender Chancellor (20/0) should be out suspended.
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Espanyol vs Fuenlabrada

Espanyol justified the role of a favorite squad last time out on the road to Castellon, as they were able to record a routine 1:3 victory.

They had some problems at the begging when they conceded from the penalty in the 13th, but responded in the best possible manner, leveling up the score in the 32nd over Lopez. The guests gained a numerical advantage on the field, just a few minutes later, and pretty much had a clear path to the three-pointer. Darder stood out in the 42nd and the 49th minute and brought his team a valuable victory.

Currently, Espanyol holds the leading spot, but the race between them and Mallorca and Almeria is really begging to heat up.

Right defender Miguelon Llambrich (19/0) is more of a long-term absentee already now. Two positive cases are reported last night, without specifying whether these correspond to players of club’s staff.

Fuenlabrada made a great appearance in the last round at home when they managed to prove the bookies wrong and defeat Mallorca with a convincing 4:1 result.

They started the match furiously, scoring as many as three during the first part, and logically lowered the rhythm in the continuation. Favored guests only succeeded in reducing to 3:1 in the 56th, but the hosts removed all questions with another one in the last twenty minutes, and deservedly took all three in this encounter.

Fuenlabrada is at 9th spot on the table, being seven points in deficit compared to the playoff-placed Rayo Vallecano.

The guests should have no fresh injury worries for this one.
Goals are expected

Judging by their latest appearances and overall effectiveness this season, these two will most likely put up with quite a show on Thursday afternoon. With their offensive style of play, it is very difficult to see a passive encounter, and in my opinion, Fuenlabarada definitely isn’t coming to sit back and wait.

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Austria vs Denmark

The Austrians met the expectations last time out at home against underdogs from the Faroe Islands, as they routinely outplayed them with a 3:1 result.
The hosts found themselves in deficit since the 19th minute, but with great persistency and sharpness at the finishing, scored three in the 30th, 37th, and 44th minute, and created an unreachable advantage.
In the continuation, the Austrians controlled the match but didn’t show too much interest to increase their lead, so the result remained unchanged till the end of the encounter.
Austrians miss defender Wober (6/0), midfielders Zulj (11/0, Goztepe), Jantscher (23/1, Sturm), Bamugartlinger (82/1, Leverkusen), and forward Arnautovic (87/26, Shanghai) compared to previous call-up.

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Slovakia vs Russia

Slovakia disappointed again in their second match of World Cup qualifiers when they took just a point in a 2:2 home draw against underdogs from Malta.
They showed very little creativity during the first part and were caught up by surprise, conceding two in the 16th and the 20th minute. Luckily, the hosts pulled themselves together in the continuation, visibly appearing better on the field, reducing over Strelec in the 49th, and leveling up just four minutes later when Skriniar was effective.
Overly looking, the Slovaks missed a great opportunity for three points, and now have two draws behind them since the begging of the campaign.
Slovakia will miss defender Gyomber (28/0, Salernitana), Vavro (11/1, Huesca), Mazan (11/0, Karvina), midfielders Stoch (60/6, Zaglebie Lubin), Sabo (18/0, Rizespor), and forward Safranko (10/0, Sepsi).
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Fuenlabrada vs Mallorca prediction

Fuenlabrada positively surprised last time on the road to Leganes when they come with a 0:2 victory despite being considered as an underdog by the bookie’s side.
They had the ball possession disadvantage during the whole clash but used their small number of chances with high efficiency, scoring two during the second part over Cristobal and Pulido, while being able to keep their sheet clean, as the home side didn’t stand out too much in the offense.
They did great on counters, as Fuenlabrada is at the 13th spot on the table, at a safe distance from the danger zone, but not in a position to compete for higher playoff places, at least for now.
The home side misses defender Valentin (13/0), plus midfielders Aguado (12/0) and Feuilassier (29/1) and forwards Salvador (22/2), Kante (27/2) and Gassama (8/5).
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Ukraine vs Finland

Ukraine can be satisfied with their opening match on the road against France, as they managed to come with a 1:1 draw, despite being a strong underdog.
They conceded early in the 19th minute over Griezmann and overly looking showed almost nothing during this encounter, but still had great fighting spirit against a much stronger rival.
However, they were lucky enough to level up later on in the 57th when Kimpembe had the misfortune of deflecting the shoot into his net. This surely comes as a valuable point, but it had to be said the Ukrainians took it undeservedly.
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Serbia vs Portugal

Serbia opened their World Cup campaign in the best possible manner, as they managed to get a win over them with a 3:2 result last Wednesday in Belgrade.
They had some difficulties at the start, as they conceded in the 18th minute, but managed to level up in the last minutes of the first part after a goal scored by Vlahovic. The hosts appeared much sharper at the finish when the match moved to the second, successfully scoring two more over Mitrovic in the 69th and the 75th minute, showing that they need very little to be threatening when needed.
However, they provided the Irish with a chance for a comeback when they conceded a goal in the 86th after a rookie mistake of the defense, but luckily, the guests didn’t have the strength for another one.
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