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Villareal vs Atletico Madrid

The villareal have drawn their last 13 games out of 24 played fixtures this term.This Sunday the yellow submarines will be meeting the laliga leaders who have proved very difficult to defeat of late. Villareal have lost just one of their dozen starts while the visitors have won only one of their last four.Things have started moving into the worse direction for the laliga leaders and it will be very difficult for the visitors to get something better from the yellow submarines.Our best punting option in this clash is BTTS along side away Win.prediction: Both team to score.

Monaco vs Brest

Monaco managed a 2-0 win at PSG and they will be hoping to proceed with the same trend come this Sunday as they face off with Brest.Monaco have won 4-1 when they last played host to Brest.The host have won five of Their last six matches.With the best form of Monaco,we are predicting a big win for the home side.prediction: Manaco to win

Lorient vs St Etienne

A head of this fixture,St Etienne exte need their unbeaten move to 1-1 draw.St Etienne have only lost one of their last seven games against lorient.Under 2.5 goals have been produced in five of the last six meetings between these two clubs.Each of St Etienne's last six games have also produced under 2.5 goals.Taking all this factors into consideration,we are tipping under 2.5 score line in this clash.prediction:under 2.5 scores

Chelsea vs Manchester United

This Sunday will Mark the best history in the English premier league ties as the two big sides square off at Stamford bridge.The last meeting between the pair ended in adraw at Old Trafford.United are unbeaten in 19 premier league away games.In this clash,the best we can give out is a full time draw, since ole Gunnar side have drawn four of their last six away games.prediction: draw at full time

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