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Friday Safe Predictions

How Newcastle are 7 points off relegation still remains one of the greatest fetes after spending most of this season at the rock bottom of the table, after the Saudi take over Newcastle found their mojo back winning 5 of their last nine games losing three and one draw, on the other hand, Wolves hunt for top four spot is still on, they are just five points adrift Spurs though they have played one game more. head to head show that in their last 15 meetings, both teams have won 4 times against each other and have shared spoils nine times, in the last 6 meetings Wolves have won twice and shared spoils 4 times with a score line of 1 a piece, this will be a tense meeting and we recon both teams finding the back of the net here will be very possible, having done so in the last five meetings. here are our full comprehensive prediction for today.

Wolverhampton win or draw and over 1.5 match goals against Newcastle

Sevilla to win against Granada

Borussia Dortmund win and over 2.5 match goals at VfB Stuttgart

Lorient vs Saint-Etienne over 1.5 match goals

Gil Vincente vs Moreirense over 2.5 match goals

SSV Jahn Regensburg win against FC Ingolstadt

Ado Den Haag to win against Helmond spot

Excelsior to win against SC Telstar

FC Volendam vs De Graafschap over 2.5 match goals

Adelaide United vs McArthur FC over 2.5 match goals

Austria Wien II vs FC Juniors both teams to score

Neuchatel Xamax vs FC Thun over 2.5 match goals

Flint Town vs Bala Town over 2.5 match goals

We delivered these predictions by deeply looking at each team recent form, available players, home advantage among many game related aspects, though these predictions are well and deeply analyzed, we cannot guarantee that their outcome will go 100% as predicted but based on our past records, we can guarantee at least 90% win rate. for more daily safe predictions, follow this post, like and share and you'll never miss any of these predictions.

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