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Special Tuesday's Six(6) Indepthly Analysed GG, CS And Over 3.5Goals Multibets

QPR VS SUNDERLAND.

QPR fell to their third defeat in six games at the weekend as they allowed Peterborough to come from behind and take three points but they remain a formidable foe on home soil and they should have enough about them to get past League One outfit Sunderland at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

The Hoops have won their last three home games in the Championship and beat Everton on penalties here in the last round of the Carabao Cup. They have lost just once at home all season and have scored an impressive 16 goals in nine outings.

Sunderland are unlikely to be pushovers here but the League One promotion hopefuls saw their five-game winning streak ended on Saturday and they have lost three of their last four trips to QPR.

Prediction:QPR to win.

SPEZIA VS GENOA.

The hosts have scored an average of 1.57 goals while the visitors have scored an average of 1.87 goals.The goal difference is 21-13 in favour of the away team.

Prediction:Both teams to score.

VENEZIA VS SALERNITANA.

The hosts have won five matches,lost once with two draws coming in the process.The goal difference is 23-15 with the hosts being ahead.

Prediction:Venezia to win.

HOFFENHEIM VS HOLSTEIN KIEL.

The hosts have scored an average of 1.70 goals while the visitors have scored an average of 1.58 goals.

Prediction:Both teams to score with over 2.5goals.

BORUSIA DORTMUND VS INGOLSTADT.

The hosts have scored over 2.5goals in three of their last five matches while the visitors have scored over 2.5goals in two of their last seven matches.

Prediction:Borusia Dortmund to win.

CHELSEA VS SOUTHAMPTON.

The two teams entertain themselves today in the EFL match.The hosts have scored an average of 1.98 goals while the visitors have scored an average of 1.43 goals.

Prediction:Chelsea to win.

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