SAMPDORIA VS UDINESE.
Sampdoria have had a torrid start to the new season, losing three of their opening six games and winning just once.
In their defence, they have played AC Milan, Inter Milan, Napoli and Juventus in their first six matches and now have a run of much easier fixtures.
Udinese have faired only marginally better, winning two of their first three games but have lost each of their last three by an aggregate scoreline of 6-0.
They have however only lost by a one-goal margin in their last two and have shown some signs of improvement at the back.
There hasn’t been a draw in any of the last six meetings between these two and at it looks as though it will be a tightly contested match.
Prediction:Sampdoria to win.
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR VS ASTON VILLA.
The hosts have conceded an average of 1.68 goals while the visitors have conceded an average of 1.85 goals.The away team will be seeking to replicate on their form that saw them beat Manchester United last week.
Prediction:Both teams to score.
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