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Look out for injuries

Fri 20 Nov by Mark Gleeson

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The second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic across Europe, plus injuries picked up on international duty over the last two weeks, means many walking wounded for this weekend’s club matches across Europe.TAB soccer customers should be wary of going purely on form and must look out for any last-minute injuries, alterations and additions before making their picks.It is one of those weekends filled with a variety of possibilities and big payouts in TAB Soccer 10 and 13 pools are a strong possibility, especially Sunday’s Soccer 13 which is set to total about R16 million as a result of a carryover.It’s no wonder few coaches have anything good to say about the FIFA window for international matches.Countries like Ireland, Italy, Norway and Ukraine had multiple coronavirus cases during the recent international window and that will affect club line-ups this weekend, not to mention that some players competed in three games inside a week for their national team.Among those key payers missing this weekend is Liverpool’s ace striker Mohamed Salah, who will have to sit out their top-of-table clash in the Premier League at home to Leicester City on Sunday after he picked up the virus while back in Egypt.So did his teammate Mohamed Elneny of Arsenal, who must now sit out the Gunners’ trip to Elland Road when they take on Leeds United on Sunday.