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Tuesday's Six(6) Top-notch Multibets With Boosted Odds And Clean Sheets To Bag You Hugely

LIVINGSTONE VS DUNDEE.

For Livingstone to have any chance of making the championship group once the SPL splits, these are the games they simply must win. There are currently seven points off 6th place Aberdeen with another 13 games until the SPL splits in two. Livingstone have lost one of their last four matches picking up seven points in the process and must fancy their chances on Tuesday against a side who have lost their last five games.

Dundee would have been glad to see the back of 2021 as they rounded out the year on a terrible run of form. Prior to the three-week hiatus due to the SPLs winter break being brought forward, they had lost their last five matches and require drastic upturn in fortunes if they are to avoid the drop.

Dundee have been very poor on their travels this season and have the worst away record in the league haven taken only four points from their ten away SPL matches. In those ten games they have only managed to find the net six times and have been shut out on five occasions.

Prediction:Livingstone to win.

CADIZ VS ESPANYOL.

The hosts have scored an average of 1.78 goals while the visitors have scored an average of 1.87 goals.

Prediction:Both teams to score.

FULHAM VS BIRMINGHAM.

The hosts have scored 21 goals in their last seven matches while the visitors have scored 13 goals in the same period.

Prediction:Fulham to win.

ZIMBABWE VS GUINEA.

Guinea to win.

BRIGHTON VS CHELSEA.

The away team will be looking to return to the Second spot of the league with a win in this match.The hosts have scored an average of 1.74 goals while the visitors have scored an average of 2.37 goals.

Prediction:Chelsea to win.

HOFFENHEIM VS FREIBURG.

The hosts have won eleven matches, lost thirteen matches with four draws in the process.

Prediction:Both teams to score.

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