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Roma vs Atalanta

After thrashing Juventus, Atalanta travels to Italy´s capital to face Roma at the Stadio Olimpico in the 32nd week of Serie A. Atalanta are sitting 3rd in the table, just 2 points behind Milan and will be confident of claiming a Champions league spot following that impressive win over Juventus. Atalanta will take advantage of Roma side who will be missing several key players due to injuries.Having won 5 of their last 6 on the run and each of their last 3 matches against Roma, we expect the visitors to claim another victory tonight. The visitors are unbeaten on their last 6 h2h meetings at Rome winning 3 matches. We predict a win for Atalanta.

Barcelona vs Getafe

After drawing against Real Madrid over the weekend, today they are set to travel to Catalonia to face the Spanish giants Barcelona in their 31st match of the season. The duo have met 21 times Barcelona winning 16 times. The visitors have only won twice. This means Barcelona is the best team to take the day especially now when they are fighting to win the league against the current league leaders Atletico. Today, we predict Barca to win and OV25.

Leicester City vs West Bromwich Albion

Leicester, after loosing two matches recently, we can say that the competittion for the top four has become very tough. They are just a point ahead of West Ham and two points ahead of Chelsea, who are both strong contenders to replace them in the Champions League spot. West Brom is at the bottom of the table in the league, but they are still fighting for survival with 2 wins in their last 2 games. Leicester haven’t lost to West Brom on the last 5 meetings. With West Brom in good form, we can expect them to give the Foxes some trouble. We predict a win for Leicester and OV25.

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