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Key Stat: Juventus are unbeaten in their last 23 matches
Expert Verdict: Juventus took a major step towards retaining the Serie A title by drawing 1-1 away to Roma on Monday and can edge closer to the Coppa Italia final by winning their semi-final first leg at home to Fiorentina. Both teams are in great form but Juve's deeper squad could make the difference at a busy stage of the season.
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Key Stat: Hertha have lost 11 of their last 16 league away matches
Expert Verdict: These are two terrible teams so backing either is a risky proposition and the best punt could be to take Salomon Kalou to score. Bottom club Stuttgart average conceding two goals at home and in a poor match the relative talent of six-goal Kalou could help Hertha to edge closer to safety.
Recommendation: S Kalou first goalscorer
REFEREE: STADIUM: Mercedes-Benz Arena
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Key Stat: Marseille have won just one of their last six games
Expert Verdict: Marseille’s form is poor but they are still creating plenty of chances and look underrated to take three points. They need to tighten up if they are to maintain a title charge but should have too much firepower for Toulouse, who have scored more than one goal in just one of their last 12 games.
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Key Stat: Queen Of The South have failed to score in just two of their last 24 home matches
Expert Verdict: Palmerston Park has not been a place to see a draw lately with just one of Queen Of The South's last 23 home matches ending in a stalemate, but this is a Scottish Cup game that can break the trend. These two are level on points in the Championship and Falkirk have lost just one of their last 15 matches so it could take a replay to separate them.
REFEREE: Kevin Clancy STADIUM:
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