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Brest vs PSG

Paris Saint Germain are heading into this Friday fixture with the best form ever,they have win their last 10 meetings against the Brest.This season,we have also seen psg conceding in their opening to fixtures in french ligue1.On the other side,Brest have also scored in their last two opening clashes.If this analysis is considered,we are therefore Predicting away win,but with no clean sheet.pick: PSG to win 3-1 at full time

Bristol city vs Swansea

Team Swansea and bristol are meeting tonight in the championship competitions in a clash that is expected to be tight and heavy.swansea have no good record st Ashton gate,the visitors hsve only won just once in this venue.Bristol city won against reading over the week and they will be looking forward to maximise in their performance this Friday evening.We are therefore backing home team to win in this clash at full time.pick: Bristol city to win

RB Leipzig vs Stuttgart

Leipzig lost their last fixture over the last weekend and come tonight,they will be aiming to bounce back to their winning ways.Leipzig have scored in 10 of their last 12 home games .We believe this fixture is going to be fulo of goals coming from both ends,since Stuttgart have also scored a total of 11 goals in just two games this term.Taking on this analysis,we are therefore Predicting BTTS at full time.prediction: Both teams to score

Real Betis vs Cardiz

Bwtis are heading into this fixture with the best form.The host have win both of their last two meetings between the sides.We believe that betis will maintain their football possessing nature when the host Cadiz at their own backyard.During the last season competitions,betis just lost only two of their last 23 competitive matches.come tonight,we are therefore Predicting home team to win at full time.pick: Betis to win 2-1 at full time

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