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Stake on these 5 Analysed Games Today.

1. Paris Saint Germain Vs Lyon.

This match is the toughest of them all today. PSG are now on form because of their strong team with world-class players. Despite their previous head-on matches results, which normally favours away team to win, today things are going to be different. PSG is going to win with more than 4 goals.

2. West Ham Vs Manchester United.

The comeback of Christiano Ronaldo has started yielding results in Old Trafford. He is expected to score today by majority. Exception of Antonio in today's game is going to cost West Ham because they might not even score today. Therefore Manchester United to win hugely with more than 3 goals.

3. Chelsea FC Vs Tottenham Hotspurs.

Tuchel is welcoming Nuno today in Stamford Bridge. The blues have been winning recently. On the other hand, out of 4 matches, Tottenham have lost only one match and won 3. As per their head-on stats, this favourite match normally end in a draw or either team winning with not more than 3 goals. The best pick here is on the number of goals.

4. Valencia Vs Real Madrid.

Real Madrid are away today. La Liga standings as per their game week 4 they are both at 10 points. Valencia has scrored 9 goals and only conceded 2 while Real Madrid 13 and conceded 6. This match is going to be interesting as both teams will score even before the end of first half. Real Madrid to win full-time.

5. Juventus Vs AC Milan.

Italian Serie A is now taking its shape, teams are working extra hard to maintain their position. But to Juventus fans, everything seems to fall apart after Ronaldo leaving the club on Summer transfer. They have not won any match this season till today. AC Milan being on their winning streak, the best outcome Juventus can hope for is a draw hence Milan to win.

In case of clarification on any of the above mentioned games, leave a comment. Good luck.

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