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Soccer 6 PREVIEW SUNDAY 20 AUGUST 2017

Sat 19 Aug by Mark Gleeson

Preview

Soccer 6 Pool 1
Huddersfield Town v Newcastle United: An early season meeting between the two clubs promoted up from the Championship last season.
Bloemfontein Celtic v Kaizer Chiefs: Celtic have not scored any goals against Chiefs in their last five meetings with Chiefs.
Platinum Stars v Maritzburg United: Stars’ debut under new coach Peter Butler. The last four meetings between these two clubs have all ended in draws.
SC Freiburg v Eintracht Frankfurt: Freiburg have won the last three meetings between the two German clubs.
Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea: Spurs play their first league game at Wembley, their new temporary home. They last met, ironically at the same venue, in the FA Cup semifinal in April when Chelsea won 4-2.
Borussia M`gladbach v FC Cologne: Last season when these two clubs met in the Bundesliga the away team won with Gladbach 3-2 winners at Cologne, who had won earlier 2-1 at Gladbach.
 
Soccer 6 Pool 2
Lille v Caen: Lille started the Ligue 1 season with a convincing home win but then got a rude shock when they lost 3-0 to Strasbourg on Sunday. Caen are still searching for their first points.  
Olympique Marseille v Angers SCO: Both clubs are undefeated so far in the season with Marseille among the four clubs who sit at the top of Ligue 1.
Athletic Bilbao v Getafe: Athletic have won all of the last six clashes between these La Liga outfits.
Barcelona v Real Betis: Barca open their season in the league after the Super Cup tussle with Real Madrid this week. Betis have failed to beat Barca in their last 10 meetings, stretching back six years, and conceded six goals on their last visit to Camp Nou.
Paris St Germain v Toulouse: PSG have won five of the last seven games against Toulouse but last season lost and drew with them.
Deportivo Coruna v Real Madrid: Real’s last visit to Depo saw them come away with a 6-2 win in April on their way to the La Liga title.
 
Soccer 6 Pool 3
Atalanta v Roma: Atalanta have won twice in their last five games against Roma, drawing the other three.
Bologna v Torino: Bologna have won only two of their last five home games against Torino.
Inter Milan v Fiorentina: Stand by for a high scoring game if last season’s results between these two Italian clubs are anything to go by. Fiorentina won 5-4 at home while Inter at the Fiorentines 4-2 at home last November.
Sassuolo v Genoa: There have been eight previous meetings between these two Italian clubs with four victories for Sassuolo, three for Genoa and one draw.
Udinese v Chievo Verona: Both clubs kicked off their season last weekend with narrow victory in Italian Cup ties against lower league opponents.
Crotone v AC Milan: Crotone only just managed to stay up in Serie A last season in their maiden season in the top flight. They are looking for their first ever victory over the Milanese.
 
Soccer 10
Huddersfield Town v Newcastle United: An early season meeting between the two clubs promoted up from the Championship last season.
Bloemfontein Celtic v Kaizer Chiefs: Celtic have not scored any goals against Chiefs in their last five meetings with Chiefs.
Platinum Stars v Maritzburg United: Stars’ debut under new coach Peter Butler. The last four meetings between these two clubs have all ended in draws.
Tottenham Hotspur v Chelsea: Spurs play their first league game at Wembley, their new temporary home. They last met, ironically at the same venue, in the FA Cup semifinal in April when Chelsea won 4-2.
Atalanta v Roma: Atalanta have won twice in their last five games against Roma, drawing the other three.
Athletic Bilbao v Getafe: Athletic have won all of the last six clashes between these La Liga outfits.
Barcelona v Real Betis: Barca open their season in the league after the Super Cup tussle with Real Madrid this week. Betis have failed to beat Barca in their last 10 meetings, stretching back six years, and conceded six goals on their last visit to Camp Nou.
Inter Milan v Fiorentina: Stand by for a high scoring game if last season’s results between these two Italian clubs are anything to go by. Fiorentina won 5-4 at home while Inter at the Fiorentines 4-2 at home last November.
Paris St Germain v Toulouse: PSG have won five of the last seven games against Toulouse but last season lost and drew with them.
Deportivo Coruna v Real Madrid: Real’s last visit to Depo saw them come away with a 6-2 win in April on their way to the La Liga title.