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|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at B Munich||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Bayern Munich won 15 of their 17 home league games last season
Expert Verdict: Bayern Munich can start the Bundesliga campaign with a bang by comfortably beating Wolfsburg. Pep Guardiola has been careful with his World Cup stars in pre-season but new signing Robert Lewandowski missed out on a trip to Brazil and the Polish forward should quickly get off the mark having won the Bundesliga Golden Boot last season.
Recommendation: R Lewandowski first goalscorer
REFEREE: STADIUM: Allianz Arena, Munich
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Atl Madrid||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Real have lost just one of their last 11 domestic matches
Expert Verdict: Cristiano Ronaldo may be unavailable for the second leg of the Spanish Super Cup after picking up a muscle strain in the 1-1 draw at the Bernabeu but Real Madrid can win whether their star man plays or not. James Rodriguez came off the bench to notch in the first game and his creative ability could make the difference.
Recommendation: Real Madrid
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Ipswich||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Ipswich have lost just one of their last 11 home matches
Expert Verdict: Norwich have bounced back from an opening defeat at Wolves (1-0) with back-to-back home league wins but could be brought down to earth with a loss in the East Anglian derby. Portman Road has become a fortress in recent times and Ipswich should feel confident after an injury-time equaliser sealed a 2-2 draw at Birmingham on Tuesday.
REFEREE: Keith Stroud STADIUM:
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Inverness CT||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Inverness have kept clean sheets in all of their last four matches
Expert Verdict: Inverness are sampling life at the top of the SPL after picking up seven points from their first three games and may extend their unbeaten sequence with a draw at home to Celtic. Next Tuesday's Champions League clash at home to Maribor will take priority for the Bhoys, who are likely to field several fringe players.
REFEREE: Bobby Madden STADIUM: Caledonian Stadium
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Aston Villa||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Aston Villa lost 12 of their 22 home games last season
Expert Verdict: Newcastle look well equipped to come away with three points having picked up seven wins on their travels last season to finish 11 points ahead of the Villans, who were poor at home in 2013-14. The Magpies’ superior attacking threat should prove the difference.
REFEREE: Mike Dean STADIUM:
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Chelsea||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Leicester scored 83 Championship goals last season
Expert Verdict: Chelsea look unlikely to press the self-destruct button against Leicester. The Blues addressed their attacking weaknesses over the summer which is bad news for a side who conceded almost a goal a game on the road in the Championship last term, though the Foxes did score in 43 of 46 league games.
Recommendation: Both teams to score
REFEREE: Lee Mason STADIUM:
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