Tonight in Brazil's Serie C, Caucaia will be hitting it up with the stubborn and quite challenging Atletico, well known for their high pressing counter attacking games. Caucaia will definitely be banking on the home advantage to outwit their visiting opponents. However, Teams of Atletico's Caliber definitely are much more well versed with the winning ways and so they should easily edge out Their hosts with a possible two-goal margin. Both teams will surely find the back of the net.
Elsewhere, FC Wilts travel over to lock horns with the tough Union Titus to determine who gets to own the bragging rights after tonight's Fixture. This Match kicks off at exactly a half past Eight O'clock Kenyan time. My view is a two goal to Nil win in favour of the visiting FC Wiltz.
In Portugal tonight, Sporting Braga will be inviting over the travelling Pacos De Ferreira for a quite heated showdown to determine who gets to Walk away with the three points tonight. Both teams are in a much needing position for the three points and so a tough fight will definitely strike through. This match kicks off at exactly Nine O'clock Kenyan time. This is a promising three goal thriller that will see the home side Sporting Braga Hit three goals past their visiting Pacos De Ferreira goalkeeper for which the Ferreira Strikers will only be capable to respond to one.
Atletico (Brazil C) win and Over 1.5
FC Wiltz Win
Sporting Braga Win and Over 1.5
Real Madrid Under 2.5
Crvena Zvezda Win
Chelsea Goal Goal
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