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This week will see two of South America’s football powerhouses take on each other when Brazil play Argentina. This is one of the biggest football duels with a long-standing heritage as one of the two introduced us to Samba Football, while the other gave birth to two of the most entertaining players in history; Diego Maradona and Lionel Messi. It will be a breathtaking match with two very prolific sides where we shall be expecting goals at both ends. The Brasileiros have scored nine goals in their last three games whilst the Albicelestes, have won two of their last three meetings on scores of 4-0 and 3-0. It’s going to rain goals!
Eden Hazard is the man of the moment in the Premier League right now. He leads the scorer’s charts with seven goals after eight days in the Premier League. Being the Belgian captain, he is expected to lead the Red Devils against the Netherlands in a friendly match. His name has appeared on the scoresheet in three of his last four appearances for Belgium and we are backing him to leave his mark on the Oranjes.
The last meeting between France and Germany ended in a barren draw. However, there were sparks in their penultimate fixture last year that ended in 2-2 scoreline. Similarly, there have been Over 2.5 Goals scored in the last two games for France whilst the same stat is true for the last two of their opponent’s outings. Both sides are set to face off in the Nations League this week in what is expected to be a tough encounter. Germany have won just one point in their last two Group 1 placings and may be relegated if the bad run of form continues. But we are hoping not to get there as Die Mannschaft will be all fired up.
The United States will host Peru on Wednesday in a friendly match. The general record for the Americans is nothing special, but they are still respectable at home. They have lost just three of their last 18 home games in all competitions. On the other hand, the Peruvians have lost three of their last four away games, in addition to losing both of their last two meetings against the USA. The last time the two teams met, the United States won 2-1 and we will see what happens here.
Lyon will play host to Nimes on Friday in Ligue 1, although the two teams are not in their best shape. Lyon will have the home advantage in their favour and they will be out to make that count. Nimes are playing their first season in the first division, thanks to their exploits in Ligue 2 last season. They currently occupy the 14th place in the table and have never taken on the opponents in the past. This is a good opportunity for the Gones to revive their season that had taken a slump.