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|03-12||1. Division||Apoel Nicosia||Doxa||1||5-0||1.18||Won|
|03-12||Primeira Liga||SC Braga||Estoril||1||3-1||1.33||Won|
|03-12||Czech Liga||Pardubice||Sparta Praha||2||1-2||1.40||Won|
|03-12||Ligue 1||LE Havre||Paris Saint Germain||2||0-2||1.30||Won|
|03-12||Super League 1||Panathinaikos||OFI||1||4-0||1.29||Won|
|03-12||First League||Ludogorets||Botev Vratsa||1||5-0||1.06||Won|
|03-12||NB I||Ferencvarosi TC||Mezokovesd-zsory||Un4.5||0-0||Won|
|03-12||Premier League||Akhmat Grozny||Spartak Moscow||Un3.5||2-1||Won|
|03-12||Premyer Liqa||Neftchi Baku||Zira||Un3.5||1-0||Won|
|03-12||Premier League||Lokomotiv Moscow||Zenit Saint Petersburg||Ov2.5||3-1||Won|
|03-12||Superliga||FK Kukesi||Teuta Durrës||Un3.5||0-0||Won|
|03-12||Super Liga||Spartak Trnava||Skalica||Un4.5||2-0||Won|
|03-12||Liga I||Universitatea Cluj||U Craiova 1948||Ov2.5||2-1||Won|
|03-12||La Liga||Barcelona||Atletico Madrid||Un3.5||1-0||Won|
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Watch Out For Cup Games
A club might be very good in league games and yet looses to a small team in a cup game.Some cup games are so much treasured by the small teams more than these big teams. so sometimes the big team will use their junior players on such games.
Watch Out For The Underdogs
Some small teams are just after spoiling the reputation of the big teams.They might not perform well with their mates but when they faces a big team they will want to disgrace them.Underdogs are in every league and they have their favorite team.
Learn From Past Mistakes
Some losing always happen again, if you notice a fixture that have disappointed you in the past, it is better you leave that fixture, because some mistakes might just happen again.
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The Arsenal medical team has been working extra hard as the season draws to a close since long-term knee injuries Takehiro Tomiyasu and Mohamed Elneny are still healing from, while William Saliba (back), Oleksandr Zinchenko (calf), and Gabriel Martinelli (ankle) are also aiming for preseason recoveries. Reiss Nelson missed the match against Forest for the Gunners as well due to sickness, but many had assumed it was related to the contract dispute before the real cause came out. The forward should be back this weekend for what may be his final game for the Emirates. With the title already won, Nelson may even enter Arteta's consideration for a starting position; the same can be said for Fabio Vieira and Emile Smith Rowe due to Bukayo Saka and Leandro Trossard's injuries.
Chiquinho and Sasa Kalajdzic, who are both suffering from significant knee injuries and will watch from the sidelines tonight, are the only Wolves players still in the treatment room. Raul Jimenez should be given some playing time in North London, where he infamously fractured his skull in a sickening head-on collision with David Luiz during the 2020–21 season. Lopetegui has demonstrated his readiness to rotate with nothing but joy on the line, and after admitting guilt over depriving Jimenez of a proper Molineux farewell, he should do so. Given the caliber of the opposition, Lopetegui could be tempted to add Matheus Nunes and Matheus Cunha back to the starting lineup, but Daniel Bentley ought to hold Sa, who might move on this summer, at bay in goal for the third straight game.
The cost of Roma's triumph on Thursday will now be paid after preparing Paulo Dybala and Tammy Abraham for the match against Feyenoord after both players were hurt in the first leg: Chris Smalling and Georginio Wijnaldum were taken off the field at Stadio Olimpico, and they could now be unable to go to Bergamo. Due to his team's busy schedule and the impact of playing additional time, Jose Mourinho may ask some other periphery players to participate even if Ola Solbakken and Rick Karsdorp are still sidelined. Abraham will take the place of Andrea Belotti, who has failed to score a Serie A goal this season, up forward. Roger Ibanez should also return to the visitors' back three, perhaps filling in for Smalling.
Atalanta is concerned about the health of Ademola Lookman (thigh) and Mario Pasalic (ankle), and Matteo Ruggeri will undoubtedly miss Monday's game in addition to Hans Hateboer, who has been absent frequently. It is unclear if first-choice goalkeeper Juan Musso will reclaim his position at Marco Sportiello's expense after being suddenly benched against Fiorentina.
While there were no new injuries to consider after Barcelona's victory over Elche, Pedri (hamstring), Ousmane Dembele (hamstring), Frenkie de Jong (hamstring), and Andreas Christensen (calf) were all unable to play. Raphinha is back from a suspension he served in the top division but is far from a lock to replace Torres or Fati. None of the quartet were spotted in training on Sunday, so Xavi will likely have to manage without each player for the second game. The latter's insightful addition at the weekend followed an explosive tirade from his father, who blasted the attacker's lack of playing time during the current season amid transfer rumors this summer. However, he has probably earned a start in El Clasico by earning playing time.
With regard to Real Madrid, Ancelotti is concerned about Antonio Rudiger's health after the German center-back missed the victory over Valladolid due to knee pain. Rudiger will undergo tests on Monday, but Ancelotti does not think the defender is suffering from a severe injury. In any case, Mariano Diaz has surfaced as a possibility with an unclear complaint but was never going to start here, Ferland Mendy is certain to drop out with a new calf issue, and Rudiger's health will be carefully watched over the next 48 hours. Vinicius Junior was cautioned for the third time in the current Copa del Rey campaign in the first leg, but all yellow cards reset upon completion of the quarterfinals, so the attacker is available here. On a more positive note for the defense, Nacho Fernandez has served a La Liga suspension and could fill in for Rudiger if necessary.
Due to a hamstring issue, Ferland Mendy of Real Madrid will be absent once more; nevertheless, Aurelien Tchouameni has returned to the team after a brief illness. With Mariano Diaz back from the muscle issue that prevented him from playing against Liverpool, Ancelotti now has more alternatives in attack. Rodrygo and David Alaba both sustained injuries against Liverpool, and both have been ruled out of this game. It's possible that the former could be out for a month with a hamstring injury, and Rodrygo might be out for up to 10 days with a gluteal problem. Although Luka Modric's fitness is being carefully maintained at a crucial point in the season, Nacho may play at left-back while Federico Valverde might be moved further forward into the front three, with Toni Kroos and Eduardo Camavinga perhaps partnering Tchouameni in the center.
Rodrigo de Paul will not be playing for Atletico due to the muscle issue he had against Athletic the previous time around, while Thomas Lemar is also anticipated to be sidelined due to injury. But, the visitors will benefit from the reinstatement of Stefan Savic, the seasoned center-back who is expected to start in place of Jose Gimenez. While Simeone is anticipated to make a change in his front line, Pablo Barrios may take De Paul's spot in the midfield, while Alvaro Morata, who has spent two different stints at Real Madrid, may start alongside Griezmann in lieu of Angel Correa.
In the absence of any injury concerns, Warne could be willing to choose the Derby XI that began play on January 24 at Vale Park. James Collins can replace David McGoldrick in the attack, but the 35-year-old should keep his spot on the team due to the longer recuperation period. Lewis Dobbin, who is on loan from Everton, will also be considered because he started three of the previous four games in this tournament and provided an assist last time out.
Despite rumors of a possible exit, Michail Antonio should start for West Ham since Danny Ings and Gianluca Scamacca are unable to play. Alphonse Areola, the backup goalie, is expected to start, although Moyes could want to start a similar lineup to the one that played Everton in order to maintain some consistency. If Declan Rice is given a break, Ben Johnson and Tomas Soucek may be considered for recalls, especially the latter.
The always contentious Emiliano Martinez, who just helped Argentina win the World Cup, won't be present tonight, but he'll get a talking to from Emery for constantly making fun of Kylian Mbappe during Albiceleste celebrations. Robin Olsen will thus fill in for Villa, who are still missing long-term absentee Diego Carlos, if he can get over a minor unexplained ailment. Jacob Ramsey will need a few weeks to recuperate from a thigh injury. Philippe Coutinho, a former Reds player, is questionable with a thigh injury but was never going to start against his old team; nonetheless, Danny Ings' brace against Brighton will increase his chances.
Similar to how France's Ibrahima Konate, Liverpool's World Cup representative, won't be able to train again until December 27, Virgil van Dijk should be ready to fill the void in the middle of the defense by then. On a less positive note, Klopp's injury woes continue to mount as Roberto Firmino (calf) and James Milner (hamstring) will miss the team's next several games and join Curtis Jones, Arthur, Luis Diaz, and Diogo Jota on the injured list. However, Trent Alexander-Arnold should recover fully from his sickness. Caoimhin Kelleher, an EFL Cup expert, will once again start in goal with Alisson Becker, while Darwin Nunez, who missed several opportunities at the Etihad, will get another chance.
Right-back for Manchester City and England As he recovers from groin surgery, Kyle Walker has already acknowledged that Monday's game will come too soon for him. James Maddison, who skipped training earlier this week to manage his workload after a scare with an injury last weekend, is also expected to sit out. Although it was never anticipated that the Leicester City player would play from the first kickoff here, Kieran Trippier ought to start in Walker's place on the right, and the age-old issue of whether Southgate would line up with a back three or back four is already being raised. At Euro 2020, Rice and Kalvin Phillips made an efficient midfield pairing, but the latter's limited playing time after shoulder injury may persuade Southgate to start Jude Bellingham, a fan favorite.
Omid Ebrahimi, a seasoned midfielder for Iran, is the team's most noteworthy absence due to a groin ailment, although Sardar Azmoun, a striker for Bayer Leverkusen who tore a calf muscle last month, is still a member of the squad. It would be surprising to see Azmoun start here, but Queiroz has another proven center-forward in Mehdi Taremi of Porto who is prepared to carry the load of scoring goals, and he should be assisted by a well-known name in Alireza Jahanbakhsh. Saman Ghoddos of Brentford should be happy with a spot on the bench as Ehsan Hajsafi prepares to make his 122nd appearance for Team Melli while donning the captain's armband.
Everton should only be without Yerry Mina (ankle), Ben Godfrey (calf), and Andros Townsend (knee) for Leicester's visit this weekend because they have no new injuries to report from the draw with Fulham. Demarai Gray would start against his old team with Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Anthony Gordon up front if Lampard decided to start with the same starting lineup today. Although Seamus Coleman didn't exactly shine during the draw with Fulham, the captain will hope to stave off Nathan Patterson's challenge to start on the right side of the backline.
The injury situation for Leicester City is similar in that Ryan Bertrand (knee) and Ricardo Pereira (Achilles) are both out, and Jonny Evans is still questionable due to a calf injury. Caglar Soyuncu might be replaced here as the visitors switch back to a four-man defense after Rodgers unexpectedly pulled the Turkey international in from the cold against the champions. Wilfred Ndidi will undoubtedly aim to resume his partnership with Youri Tielemans tonight after Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall was benched against Man City at halftime due to a subpar performance. Boubakary Soumare was not included in the lineup last weekend.