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All These Four Teams Will Win & Pocket You Huge Money Tonight

Leeds vs Chelsea (Kick off 21:30pm)

The Blues will be hoping to redeem themselves after a run of 3 consecutive matches without a win & solidify their status in the EPL top four, when they square off with relegation contenders Leeds in what is expected to be an appettizing premier league clash at Elland road tonight.

Thomas Tuchel's troops have won 3, drawn 2 & lost 2 of their last 7 assignments, landing 2 cleansheets which has also propelled them to 3rd position in the EPL table with 67 points, only 1 point above bitter rivals Arsenal who are 4th.

Meanwhile, the Whites have endured a dismal form, having won 1, drawn 2 & lost 2 of their last 5 league outings, which leaves them languishing deep in the relegation zone at 18th spot with 34 points. The last meeting between the pair ended in a 3-2 thriller in favour of Chelsea.

Considering Chelsea's impressive form, we fancy away team to win & 3+ goals to be scored.

Copenhagen vs Silkeborg (Kick off 21:00pm)

The visitors will be looking to extend their winning streak to 7 straight games, when they lock horns with league leaders Copenhagen in a scintillating Superliga round 30 match tonight.

Silkeborg have undergone a resurgence in their recent outings, having won their last 6 establishments on a trot, scoring a whopping 15 goals which has catapulted them to 3rd place in the Superliga standings with 49 points.

On the other hand, their opponents tonight have undergone a slump in recent weeks, they're winless in their last 3 fixtures, & they have managed only 1 victory in their last 5 matches, with 2 draws & 2 devastating losses, but they sit a top the log with 59 points, 1 point above 2nd placed Midtjlland. Silkeborg stunned Copenhagen 3-1 in their reverse encounter.

All factors into consideration the best pick here is, Silkeborg to win or draw & both teams to score.

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