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Bilbao vs Granada

Athletic Bilbao response to the narrow loss over Cadiz was positive after they shared spoils away to Levante with the defeat being the only in a run of 8 matches. Crystal clear ahead with eight points, the hosts would be desperate to get a win that will bolster their chances ahead.

They will host a 15th placed Granada side who are seven places behind them. The visitors will be looking to shun away from their back to back loses over Espanyol and Real Madrid in their most recent encounters.

Cagliari vs Salernitana

The Italian Serie A features these two bottom placed counterparts who being level on 7 points face each other for the round of 14. Cagliari stand a better chance to edge past the Salernitana men as last eight head to head stats reveal them as the most cherished with 5 straight wins against 1.

Stuttgart vs Mainz

Despite winning the last two played together, a relegation threatened Stuttgart have the difficult of the task to hold an in form Mainz side who have proved their ability beyond doubt. The hosts have lost 4 matches of the 5 played recently across different occasions while Mainz are unbeaten in the previous six which is quite impressive for them as they diligently seek a place in the top four. They stay eight points away from each other with the visitors being ahead standing as huge favourites to cruise past the opponent with a victory.

Lens vs Angers

A perfect occasion for these two sides to show how really good they are in what will be more of a supremacy battle. Lens will be desperate for a return to winning ways after they succumbed to four goals without a response in the hands of Brest.

On the other side, Angers did stunningly win their previous fixture played against L'Orient making them sit at the impressive 4th spot, 3 points ahead of their rivals today who fall closely at the 6th rank.

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