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|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Man City||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Man City have not led at half-time in any of their last 19 league meetings with Chelsea
Expert Verdict: Jose Mourinho outwitted the eventual champions last season and Chelsea have the ability to do it again. They have scored nine goals in their two away games and Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas have settled in brilliantly. The Blues have far more potency in attack than last season but still possess the steel required to keep a check on City’s creative players.
REFEREE: Mike Dean STADIUM:
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Chievo||Recent Form|
Key Stat: None of Chievo's last 19 Serie A matches have been a draw
Expert Verdict: It is difficult to be confident about Chievo, who have failed to score in five of their last seven Serie A home matches. However, Parma have failed to win any of their last seven league matches on the road and this could prove a game where there are few oppoortunities.
Recommendation: No goalscorer
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Dundee||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Dundee have failed to win any of the last six Tayside derbies
Expert Verdict: All three of Dundee’s home league matches have finished 1-1 and they should take confidence from a draw with Celtic. United have posted a couple of decent away wins after hitting the ground running and they may just hold the edge in could be a tight contest.
Recommendation: Dundee United
REFEREE: Steven McLean STADIUM:
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at PSV Eindhoven||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Luuk de Jong has scored the first goal in each of PSV’s last two Eredivisie matches
Expert Verdict: PSV had a double blow last week when they suffered their first defeat of the season at Zwolle and star forward Memphis depay suffered a groin injury. Cambuur have won their last three in the league, but PSV can end that run with Luuk de Jong the main danger.
Recommendation: L de Jong first goalscorer
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Leicester||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Leicester have scored in 17 consecutive home league games
Expert Verdict: Louis van Gaal unveiled his new-look Manchester United side at Old Trafford last Sunday and they helped themselves to four goals against QPR but the defence remains suspect. No Championship side scored more home league goals than Leicester last season and the Foxes have already scored in home draws against Everton (two) and Arsenal (one).
Recommendation: Both teams to score
REFEREE: Mark Clattenburg STADIUM:
|Recent Form||Last Head-To-Heads at Feyenoord||Recent Form|
Key Stat: Feyenoord have scored exactly one goal in each of their three home league games
Expert Verdict: Champions Ajax have had a shaky start to the season, but Feyenoord’s has been worse and they are without a win since the opening day. The Rotterdam club are still coming to terms with major changes in the summer and Ajax can capitalise with an away victory.
Recommendation: Ajax 2-1
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