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Fenerbahçe Vs Dynamo Kyiv

Fenerbahçe will play in this device after a 0-0 UCL Qualifiers tied result against Dynamo Kyiv. They have kept it tight, achieving the full scale number of goals that have flown into the back of their net all through the range of their last six contentions staying at 3.

All through their six past matches, Mircea Lucescu's Dynamo Kyiv have ended home on different occasions, giving them a goals for each game typical of 1.17. Boss Mircea Lucescu needs to investigate a team that has some health concerns.

Prediction Fenerbahçe to win

Slovan Bratislava Vs Ferencvárosi TC

Slovan Bratislava are hoping to win again after their last result, the 4-0 Super Liga accomplishment versus AS Trenčín. Somewhere near three goals for each match were found in 5 of the past 6 devices where Slovan Bratislava have been involved. Rival sides scored 6 of them in this period while Slovan Bratislava amassed a count of 11.

The subtleties don't lie, and Ferencvárosi TC have been scored against in 5 of their last 6 games, seeing their opponents hit 10 goals out and out. In assurance, Ferencvárosi TC have been not precisely faultless.

Prediction Ferencvárosi TC to win

Pyramids Vs National Bank of Egypt

Pyramids will be looking for an intermittent outcome of a 0-4 Premier League win versus Ismaily. They have been mean at the back, seeing the total number of targets that have flown into the back of their net during their last six games staying at 3.

Ensuing to encountering a setback in their past game against Future in Premier League contention, National Bank of Egypt and their journeying fans will anticipate a superior result here. They have changed their attacks into targets an amount of various times over their most recent 6 matches. The amount of targets that they have yielded during that period adds up to 8.

Prediction Pyramids to win

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