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Nantes vs Monaco ❌

Nantes positively surprised in their latest Ligue 1 appearance away against favored St Etienne when they performed more creatively with the ball and took a narrow 0:1 victory.
It was a late winner for Nantes in this one, as they scored over Kolo Muani in the 83rd, probably having a certain dose of luck here, as the hosts were significantly more dangerous during the second part.
Nantes is positioned at the 7th spot in the standings, having three points less than European-placed Montpellier.
Offensive players Coco (14/0) and Bukari (9/0) were tested positive recently. Central-back Castelletto (16/1), left-back Traore (12/0), offensive midfielder Simon (18/2), and forward Coulibaly (10/1) are away on international duty.
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Frankfurt vs Borussia Dortmund

Eintracht is coming to this clash with positive thoughts, as their Bundesliga appearances are improving lately, currently enjoying a three-match positive run.
They did a good job before the break at home against Mainz when they narrowly outplayed them with a minimal result, and are now holding the 6th spot in the rankings, having only a point less than Champions League-positioned Leverkusen.
The hosts miss left-back Lenz (6/0), right-back da Costa (7/0), defensive midfielder Jakic (12/1), offensive midfielders Lindstrom (15/4), Hauge (12/2), Barkok (4/0), and forward Paciencia (7/2).
Opening Saturday of Bundesliga 2022 is definitely one of the priorities for the Millionaires, as they are still in a good position to stay competitive for the title race, currently having nine points less than leaders from Munich.
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Bayern Munich vs Gladbach

Bayern is definitely eager to continue the season with positive momentum, as they are firmly holding the leading spot in Bundesliga rankings, leaving Dortmund with nine points in deficit.
They hammered Wolfsburg last time out at home with a convincing 4:0 result, extending their positive run to seven matches now in all competitions, and surely expecting nothing less in their first appearance in the new year.
Goalkeeper Neuer (17/0), defenders Richards (6/0), Hernandez (14/0), Nianzou (9/0), Upamecano (15/1), midfielder Tolisso (7/0), and forwards Coman (10/4), and Sane (17/5) were already positive. Midfielder Sarr (4/0) and forward Choupo-Moting (9/3) are out on international duty. Central-back Sule (15/0) and right-back Stanisic (8/0) are doubtful.
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Lazio vs Empoli

Lazio looked like quite a strong team on the road to Venezia last time out before the little break, as they overpowered the hosts with a 1:3 result.
They didn’t need much in order to score, taking the lead via Pedro but really stepped up in the second and did what was needed to secure the victory thanks to goals from Acerbi in 48th and Alberto late into the added time, while they didn’t allow much space to Venezia in the second.
This was their second consecutive victory, as they now still stand outside of the European zone, having a point less than sixth-placed Roma.
The hosts have defender Luiz Felipe (16/0), Acerbi (17/3) and midfielder Basic (13/0) doubtful for the moment. Midfielder Akpa Akpro (8/0) is away on international duty.
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Valladolid vs Betis

Valladolid continues to appear in a positive manner, as they booked their fourth consecutive positive result in all competitions, doing just enough last time at home against Leganes when they come with a close 1:0 victory.
Weissman scored for the hosts in the 44th, and even though they held the upper hand in the continuation as well, lack of creativity in the front prevented them to be more convincing in this clash.
The hosts will miss defenders Olivas (16/0), Carnero (2/0), Janko (9/0), and Perez (19/1), as well as midfielder Alcaraz (13/1), winger Vallejo (2/0) and forward Leon (18/2).
Betis is facing some inconvenience in their respectful league, as they are caught up in a two-match negative run, losing their latest home clash against underdogs from Celta Vigo with a 0:2 result.
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Lens vs Lille

Lens is coming to this Coupe de France encounter after a close 2:1 defeat last time in Ligue 1 on the road to Nice, definitely having regrets about their performance, as they potentially could have done more.
They took the lead first in the 30th over Kalimuendo, appearing visibly more aggressive during the first, but lost the momentum in the continuation and allowed the hosts to completely reverse with two conceded in the 63rd and later in the 79th minute.
With this defeat, Lens holds 9th spot in the rankings, having four points less compared to the European-placed Montpellier.
Central-back Gradit (19/0) and left-back Haidara (11/0) should be suspended for this one. Forward Ganago (14/4) is out due to international duty, while out injured should remain midfielders Machado (11/0), Kakuta (15/2), and forward Said (9/4).
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Villarreal vs Levante

Villarreal did a great job in their last home fixture against underdogs from Alaves when they deservedly celebrated with a convincing 5:2 victory.
They started the match in the best possible manner and took a double lead in the first half an hour, however, decreased their concentration a bit, as they allowed the visitors to equalize with two conceded in the 44th and the 66th, but even so, bounced back perfectly with another three added to the scoreline in the continuation, not leaving any room for surprises to occur in this one.
Villarreal is currently at the 10th spot in the standings, visibly improving lately, and are only four points in deficit compared to the European-placed Sociedad.
Forwards Alcacer (9/0) and Danjuma (12/5) should be out injured, as well as midfielders Pena (6/0) and Coquelin (13/1).
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Everton vs Brighton

Everton can be satisfied with their latest appearance on the road against much-favored Chelsea when they delivered quite a surprise and took a point in a 1:1 draw.
Even though they were significantly pushed back from the begging and conceded first late in the 70th, the visitors managed to bounce back with an equalizer only four minutes later over Branthwaite, leaving Stamford Bridge in a state of shock, as everything else except the victory of the Blues was highly unlikely.
Everton occupies the 15th spot in the standings, still appearing poorly this season, having eight points more than relegation-placed Burnley.
Central-back Mina (7/0) is out, as well as offensive midfielders Townsend (16/3), Richarlison (11/3), and forward Rondon (11/1). Doubtful are forwards Gray (16/5), Calvert-Lewin (3/3), midfielders Davies (5/1), and Delph (6/0).
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Crystal Palace vs West Ham

Crystal Palace met the expectations in their last home fixture against underdogs from Norwich when they routinely celebrated with a 3:0 victory.
Edouard, Mateta, and Schlupp scored for the hosts during the first forty-five minutes, pretty much securing their victory, but overly looking, could potentially be even more effective, as they appeared more dangerous in the continuation as well.
Crystal Palace holds the 11th spot in the Premier League rankings, having eight points less compared to their opponents in the upcoming clash.
Defender Andersen (15/0) is out, as well as Clyne (3/0), midfielders Eze (2/0), Gallagher (17/6), McArthur (11/0), and Olise (12/1).
The Hammers finally break through their blockade on their last trip to Watford when they were pretty confident and recorded a much-needed 1:4 victory.
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Eibar vs Real Sociedad B

Eibar is doing just fine so far in the season and is arguably one of the candidates for the direct promotion.
After two games with no victory in LaLiga2, they bounced back with a qualification for the last 32 phase of the Copa del Rey thanks to a victory away to Tenerife, but also with a three-pointer away to Las Palmas almost two weeks ago.
The only goal was scored back in the 35th minute via Stoichkov, as the guests didn’t look like a superior or dominant side, however knew what they wanted with the ball to their feet and once they had the lead, there was no reason to risk a lot anyway.
They are now at the second position with just a point more than third-placed Tenerife and a victory here comes as a must-result for them.
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