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|26-11||League Cup||GAP Connah S Quay FC||Taffs Well||1||2-0||1.22||Won|
|24-11||Super Liga||Slovan Bratislava||Zlaté Moravce||1||4-1||1.22||Won|
|23-11||World Cup||Spain||Costa Rica||1||7-0||1.16||Won|
|23-11||Premier League||Shakhtar Donetsk||Vorskla Poltava||1||3-2||1.29||Won|
|21-11||Premier League||Veres Rivne||Dynamo Kyiv||2||0-1||1.44||Won|
|20-11||Friendlies||Malta||Rep. Of Ireland||2||0-1||1.40||Won|
|28-11||Cup||Lokomotiv Sofia||Vitosha Bistritsa||Un4.5||3-0||Won|
|28-11||Premyer Liqa||Keshla FC||Kapaz||Un4.5||1-1||Won|
|28-11||1. Division||Olympiakos||Nea Salamis||Un4.5||0-2||Won|
|28-11||Premier League||Oleksandria||Rukh Vynnyky||Un4.5||1-1||Won|
|27-11||Premier League||Zorya Luhansk||Minai||Un4.5||1-1||Won|
|27-11||Cup||Lokomotiv Moscow||Nizhny Novgorod||Un4.5||3-1||Won|
|27-11||1. Division||Apoel Nicosia||Omonia Nicosia||Ov2.5||4-0||Won|
|27-11||Cup||Krylya Sovetov||Fakel Voronezh||Un4.5||1-0||Won|
|27-11||Premier League||Lviv||Kolos Kovalivka||Un4.5||0-1||Won|
|26-11||FA Cup||Morton||Queen of the South||Ov2.5||4-1||Won|
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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.
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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.
With red cards affecting all domestic tournaments, Man City right-back Cancelo will serve his one-match suspension in the EFL Cup, so Guardiola will be happy to have him back for the forthcoming Premier League encounter against Brentford. Guardiola is in a bit of a pickle at right-back without Kyle Walker, but 17-year-old Rico Lewis is there to try to build on his Champions League goal against Sevilla. Kalvin Phillips is also expected to return from his shoulder injury as he fights for a spot in England's World Cup team. With Haaland also being a little doubt, it would not be surprising to see Julian Alvarez maintain his position at the top as his opponent is given more time to fully recover. Sergio Gomez, Cole Palmer, Riyad Mahrez, and Stefan Ortega can also anticipate earning starts here. Carlos Borges, 18, a striker who scored four goals for the Under-21s against Manchester United last weekend, will also be looking to get a look-in.
The Chelsea team of Potter may also be expected to rotate, as they are still without Wesley Fofana, Reece James, Ben Chilwell, Kepa Arrizabalaga, and N'Golo Kante, and Carney Chukwuemeka is not yet anticipated to return from a hamstring injury. Jorginho has a foot issue as well and has become uncertain. Due to Kepa's injury, Potter must choose between Edouard Mendy and Marcus Bettinelli for the starting goalkeeper position. Given the caliber of the opposition, though, the former may still get the job. Mateo Kovacic, meanwhile, only made the bench against Arsenal while he handles his knee issue. Denis Zakaria and Conor Gallagher can freshen up the midfield in any case, and Kalidou Koulibaly, Armando Broja, and perhaps even the unpopular Hakim Ziyech might return if Potter decides against risking Kovacic right away.
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.
For Tuesday's Champions League match against Inter, Bayern will once again be without Bouna Sarr, Lucas Hernandez, Manuel Neuer, Leroy Sane, and Thomas Muller due to injury. Due to the injury he sustained against Mainz on Saturday in league play, Matthijs de Ligt is also anticipated to sit out, which might allow Benjamin Pavard to play in the heart of the defense. For this game, head coach Nagelsmann is probably going to resist the urge to make many changes, but he might start Marcel Sabitzer and Kingsley Coman. Choupo-Moting, who scored a late goal against Mainz on Saturday to give his season total to seven, is anticipated to captain the team once more.
While Inter will play without Dalbert, Marcelo Brozovic, and Gabriel Brazao due to injury, the guests did not discover any new problems against Sampdoria last weekend. Dzeko is expected to play with Lautaro Martinez in attack since Lukaku, who again came off the bench on Saturday, is unlikely to be considered for a start at this point. Given the chance, head coach Inzaghi might start players like Kristjan Asllani and Francesco Acerbi while resting Alessandro Bastoni and Hakan Calhanoglu.
Nico Schlotterbeck, a Germany defender, was forced to be replaced by Dortmund during the second half of the match against Stuttgart due to a calf injury. The German defender is unlikely to recuperate in time to play against Man City on Tuesday. Thomas Meunier, Jamie Bynoe-Gittens, Mateu Morey, Mahmoud Dahoud, and Sebastien Haller are all out, but Terzic will be hoping that Donyell Malen and Marco Reus are back in the lineup after missing the weekend's victory due to illness and a knock, respectively. Salih Ozcan, who is suspended after accruing three bookings in four European outings, is set to be replaced in the starting lineup by Emre Can, a former midfielder for Liverpool.
Sergio Gomez will not be traveling with Man City due to a suspension after the Spaniard was dismissed against Copenhagen in their most recent European contest. In the battle to get well before the World Cup next month, England internationals Kyle Walker and Kalvin Phillips are still out with injuries, but John Stones rejoined his team's matchday squad over the weekend and will likely play. Ilkay Gundogan, the club captain, may start against his previous team after playing as a substitute against Brighton. Phil Foden, Nathan Ake, and Julian Alvarez are also vying for starting positions.
Lucas Paqueta, who was injured against Southampton last weekend, will miss this game along with Nayef Aguerd, who should recover before the World Cup, according to Moyes, who was able to provide a positive update on the situation. Maxwel Cornet (calf) and Craig Dawson (thigh) may both be able to return for the Hammers this next weekend, and Moyes will probably consider making a few changes up front. In a rare Premier League start at Anfield, Flynn Downes will have competition from Michail Antonio and Said Benrahma for a spot in the starting lineup.
Regarding Bournemouth, there hasn't been much activity in O'Neil's treatment area lately because David Brooks (thigh) and Lloyd Kelly (ankle) are still out injured, and it's unclear whether the former will be able to return before the World Cup. O'Neil should stick with the most of the starting lineup from the defeat to Southampton, including former West Ham right-back Ryan Fredericks, because there are no new issues to report from that game. Jack Stephens, who was ineligible to play against parent club Southampton, will be back in the Bournemouth lineup. However, Marcos Senesi and Chris Mepham should once again start in front of Neto.
Three Brentford players—Pontus Jansson (hamstring), Christian Norgaard (Achilles), and Keane Lewis-Potter (ankle/foot)—did not play in the team's loss at Newcastle and are anticipated to be out again on Friday. Back-up goalkeeper Thomas Strakosha is the newest player to join them there after suffering an ankle injury. Ethan Pinnock had his first appearance of the year last weekend after making his injury comeback, but he had a terrible day at St James' Park as he made a mistake that resulted in Newcastle scoring their fourth goal and then he added an own goal in stoppage time to round off a terrible afternoon. Ben Mee, Kristoffer Ajer, and the 29-year-old will be competing for the center-back position with Mathias Jorgensen as a possible replacement, but Frank may decide to use the Dane instead. Vitaly Janelt, a midfielder, might replace Shandon Baptiste or Josh Dasilva in the starting lineup. Mikkel Damsgaard and Yoane Wissa, who will serve as backups for Toney and Bryan Mbeumo in attack, are expected to stay on the replacements' bench.
Enock Mwepu, a midfielder for Brighton, was diagnosed with a hereditary cardiac ailment on Sunday, forcing him to retire from football at the young age of 24. De Zerbi has a fully healthy team to pick from for Friday's encounter, but Jakub Moder is still out due to a chronic knee problem. The Italian may be tempted to start the same lineup for the third straight game. Despite making eight league games this season without recording a goal, Danny Welbeck, 31, is expected to start again up front with Trossard and Pascal Gross supporting him.
Because Ronaldo had his best performance of the season thus far at Goodison Park, he has a decent chance of starting again. The unfortunate Martial had just started to get Ten Hag's approval before leaving the field against Everton with a back injury. Along with Harry Maguire and Donny van de Beek, Axel Tuanzebe, Brandon Williams, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are still out for Manchester United, although Raphael Varane was well enough to play as a substitute in the victory over Everton. One caution away from a Europa League suspension, Varane might potentially re-establish his combination with Lisandro Martinez, and Marcus Rashford can anticipate keeping Jadon Sancho at bay on the left side once more.
Adam Lang, a center back for Omonia who is one caution away from a ban, is also one yellow card away from that punishment, but he is not in risk of losing his spot in Lennon's backline. Despite the fact that Lennon was forced to substitute goalkeeper Fabiano in the 57th minute against AEL, Konstantinos Panagi should now start in place of Panagiotou, who may not have scored enough to replace the more seasoned Hector Yuste. Brandon Barker, a former Manchester City junior player, started against Man United last week but was benched this past weekend as Loizos Loizou and Fotis Papoulis battled for starting positions.