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Soccer 6 Preview for SATURDAY 19 AUGUST 2017

Fri 18 Aug by Mark Gleeson

Preview

Soccer 6 Pool 1
AmaZulu v Free State Stars: Both of these Premier Soccer League teams begin the new season with new coaches. Cavin Johnson took over at AmaZulu just 10 days before the opening salvo of the season while Sammy Troughton is the new coach of Free State Stars.   
Polokwane City v Baroka: A Limpopo derby gets the new campaign underway for these two Polokwane-based sides. Polokwane City lost in Cape Town last Saturday in the MTN8 quarter-final.   
SuperSport United v Mamelodi Sundowns: Sundowns have won the last seven ABSA Premiership matches between the two clubs with a goal aggregate of 18-2.
Orlando Pirates v Chippa United: Pirates have won half the previous eight clashes between these two clubs but Chippa have had three success an there has been a solitary draw.
Ajax Cape Town v Lamontville Golden Arrows: Ajax are unbeaten in their last four meetings with Arrows, who have two players suspended for this clash after dismissals in the MTN8 last weekend.  
Liverpool v Crystal Palace: The Reds were stunned at home by Palace when they last met in April at Anfield, which was the sixth successive time that the away team had won in head-to-head clashes between the two clubs. But Palace had a horror start to the new season at home to Huddersfield on Saturday in a first match under new manager Frank de Boer.
 
Soccer 6 Pool 2
Bournemouth v Watford: Both these clubs among the Premier League relegation candidates. The last four meetings between the pair have all ended in draws.
Burnley v West Bromwich Albion: Burnley got the new season off to a positive start with a sensational win away at champions Chelsea on Saturday while West Brom also won in their match against Bournemouth.
Leicester City v Brighton and Hove Albion: Both clubs lost their league openers at the weekend with Leicester blowing a handy lead away at Arsenal and Brighton giving in late at home to Manchester City.
Southampton v West Ham United: Last season these two Premier League clubs cancelled each other out with away successes. Southampton won 3-0 at West Ham in September 20126 but lost 3-1 at home in February.
Stoke City v Arsenal: Stoke have lost four of their last five meetings against the Gunners, drawing the other.
Sunderland v Leeds United: Sunderland have won the last three meetings between these two clubs, who last played each other in the FA Cup two years ago.
 
Soccer 6 Pool 3
Aston Villa v Norwich City: Villa manager Steve Bruce has asked fans to be patient after two successive losses. Norwich’s opening away game of the season was a draw at Fulham.
Bolton Wanderers v Derby County: Bolton have not won in their last seven head-to-head meetings with derby.
Fulham v Sheffield Wednesday: Fulham’s three Championship matches have both ended in draws. Sheff Wed’s last two games both ended in 1-1 draws.
Nottingham Forest v Middlesbrough: Both clubs are among the early Championship front runners with two victories from their opening three fixtures.
Queens Park Rangers v Hull City: Hull are unbeaten in their last seven head-to-head clashes with QPR.
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Cardiff City: Early season top of the table clashes in the Championship as both sides defend 100 percent starts to the season.
 
Soccer 10 Pool 1
AmaZulu v Free State Stars: Both of these Premier Soccer League teams begin the new season with new coaches. Cavin Johnson took over at AmaZulu just 10 days before the opening salvo of the season while Sammy Troughton is the new coach of Free State Stars.   
Polokwane City v Baroka: A Limpopo derby gets the new campaign underway for these two Polokwane-based sides. Polokwane City lost in Cape Town last Saturday in the MTN8 quarter-final.   
SuperSport United v Mamelodi Sundowns: Sundowns have won the last seven ABSA Premiership matches between the two clubs with a goal aggregate of 18-2.
Orlando Pirates v Chippa United: Pirates have won half the previous eight clashes between these two clubs but Chippa have had three success an there has been a solitary draw.
Liverpool v Crystal Palace: The Reds were stunned at home by Palace when they last met in April at Anfield, which was the sixth successive time that the away team had won in head-to-head clashes between the two clubs. But Palace had a horror start to the new season at home to Huddersfield on Saturday in a first match under new manager Frank de Boer.
Stoke City v Arsenal: Stoke have lost four of their last five meetings against the Gunners, drawing the other.
Ajax Cape Town v Lamontville Golden Arrows: Ajax are unbeaten in their last four meetings with Arrows, who have two players suspended for this clash after dismissals in the MTN8 last weekend.  
Girona v Atletico Madrid: Girona’s debut in La Liga after promotion last season is a tough first-ever meeting with past champions Atletico.
Verona v Napoli: There have been five previous meetings between these two Italian clubs with four victories for Napoli, one for Verona.
Sevilla v Espanyol: Last season, Sevilla’s home game against Espanyol in La Liga produced 10 goals – in a 6-4 win for the home team.  
 
Soccer 10 Pool 2
Aston Villa v Norwich City: Villa manager Steve Bruce has asked fans to be patient after two successive losses. Norwich’s opening away game of the season was a draw at Fulham.
Bolton Wanderers v Derby County: Bolton have not won in their last seven head-to-head meetings with derby.
Nottingham Forest v Middlesbrough: Both clubs are among the early Championship front runners with two victories from their opening three fixtures.
Bournemouth v Watford: Both these clubs among the Premier League relegation candidates. The last four meetings between the pair have all ended in draws.
Burnley v West Bromwich Albion: Burnley got the new season off to a positive start with a sensational win away at champions Chelsea on Saturday while West Brom also won in their match against Bournemouth.
Leicester City v Brighton and Hove Albion: Both clubs lost their league openers at the weekend with Leicester blowing a handy lead away at Arsenal and Brighton giving in late at home to Manchester City.
Southampton v West Ham United: Last season these two Premier League clubs cancelled each other out with away successes. Southampton won 3-0 at West Ham in September 20126 but lost 3-1 at home in February.
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Cardiff City: Early season top of the table clashes in the Championship as both sides defend 100 percent starts to the season.
Fulham v Sheffield Wednesday: Fulham’s three Championship matches have both ended in draws. Sheff Wed’s last two games both ended in 1-1 draws.
Sunderland v Leeds United: Sunderland have won the last three meetings between these two clubs, who last played each other in the FA Cup two years ago.