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Predictions for These Tuesday and Wednesday Games

Sevilla vs Borussia Dormund.

Continental specialists Sevilla carry a nine game winning streak into Champions League Last 16 first leg tussle with Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday evening, though Los Nervionenses will have to work hard to maintain their surge at the German’s expense. Wiley operators Sevilla, who have tasted defeat just once in 19 games, can eventually capitalise on Dortmund’s penchant for blunders at the back however, and our 2-1 correct score prediction tips the tournament dark horses to secure a first leg advantage.

Predictions Sevilla win

Coventry vs Norwich city

In terms of our correct score prediction, we’re giving preference to the visitors who will be buoyed by their weekend win and the shock defeat for promotion rivals Brentford at home to Barnsley. With Daniel Farke’s charges and a low scoring affair fancied, we’re tipping this one to finish 0-1.

Predictions Norwich City win

Barnsley vs Blackburn Rovers

Rovers have lost their last two and four of their last six league matches on the road, so Barnsley are a good bet to avenge the 2-1 loss which they suffered at Ewood Park in November. Both teams have netted in four of Barnsley’s last five home starts, so alongside a victory for the Tykes we’re also tipping up a 2-1 correct score.

Predictions Barnsley win

AFC Bournemouth vs Rotherham United

The Millers were beaten 1-2 by Cardiff City at the New York Stadium on Saturday and we think they’ll go down by the same score-line here to hand Bournemouth their ninth home league win of the campaign.

Predictions AFC Bournemouth

Swansea City vs Nottingham Forest

Nottingham Forest have lost just one of their last 11 Championship games, but they should come up short this Wednesday when they square off against Swansea at the Liberty Stadium

Predictions Swansea to win

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