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Four Well Analyzed Wednesday Soccer Matches To Win Huge

Leicester vs Tottenham

A perfect moment for Spurs in the world of football to show who they really are. A moment to showcase their undisputable quality and tactical prowess under head coach Antonio Conte. The organization, ball control, brilliant passing and high pressing has been key to Tottenham's recent prospects. Even though there is a lot to achieve, for sure there has been tremendous improvement in all aspects and Spurs have become a force to reckon in the recent late.

An absolute beauty to see them go head to head with the Foxes in a rivalry encounter that will by all means entertain fans who will be curious to catch an eye on. It is to be seen how it will blend here in a clash we are likely to encounter dramatic scenes with neither side willing to lose. Indeed it will be more of a supremacy battle.

Brentford vs Man UTD

The Red Devil's take to the center stage with winning at the heart of the entire team. They know how crucial it is to be on the pitch at such a difficult time they are under immense pressure to give their all.

Of course, with believe and confidence then there is no doubt that the visitors will take charge given their massive quality and firepower. It's the kind of match where individual brilliance could steal the show with United good enough to create chances that will need proper conversion to goals.

Being just five points away from the top four in the English top flight league, The Red Devil's would admire to get all points here. A win will go far to motivate them going forward.

Valencia vs Sevilla

Valencia seemed to be catching up then commanding with a long run 10 games unbeaten until their recent developments have derailed there ambitions. Losing the last two league matches, the whole focus will be finding a way to get back to winning ways but for sure it will be a difficult task ahead of them as their counterparts today are in top form.

Sevilla have shown what it means to be a top contender and going forward they will rise to this occasion in greater instincts to try and bridge the 5 point gap existing between them and league leaders. At the 2nd place, Sevilla have garnered a whooping 44 points, 16 more than their 10th ranked opponents. It's a tough assignment especially after losing to Real Betis in the Copa Del Rey but being favorites, a perfect opportunity to bounce back. They have convincingly won all the last 5 played together with Valencia which depicts how it can be easy for them to extend the winning streak to six.

CELTA De Vigo vs Osasuna

Only two points part ways between these two who smack right at the middle of the Laliga table ahead of the round of 21. An exciting game where both have the ability to turn things around. A really difficult one to call.

The hosts are ostensibly better placed to get a win here despite suffering a narrow defeat after Real Sociedad early goal ended up snatching all points from them. However, their performance in the recent late has been sensational and indeed a top class display and will be aggressive to take full home advantage to secure a vital win.

Guinea Bissau vs Nigeria

The Africa Cup of Nations continues to unravel as countries put more efforts to try and seek a spot in the highly contentious round of 16. Today, Nigeria will travel to battle it out with a Guinea Bissau side having already secured a place in the next stages looking to entertain their fans. They were able to outshine Egypt with a single goal for their opening showdown and then completely inflicted pain on Sudan to harvest all six points into their basket currently at the helm of the group table standing.

On the other side, the race ain't over for Bissau who have failed to gain a win so far with only a point courtesy of a draw to Sudan. Their chances are very slim indeed and will need first to get all points, which of course isn't a walk in the park, then wait for Egypt to fall out in the hands of Sudan. A very difficult situation for them.

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