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Egyptian League 2012/2013

2 Matches
Live

Championnat National 2013

2 Matches
Live

DST Group Brunei Premier League 2012/2013

1 Matches
Live
Monday 04/02/2013

Photos

  • Marco Asensio (2nd L) of RCD Espanyol conducts the ball
  • Players of Real Sociedad de Futbol celebrate after their teammate Carlos Vela scored
  • Jorge Franco 'Burgui' (R) of RCD Espanyol controls the ball next to Ruben Pardo (C) and Hector Hernandez (L) of Real Sociedad
  • Jonathas Cristian de Jesus of Real Sociedad de Futbol scores
  • Jonathas Cristian de Jesus (2nd L) of Real Sociedad de Futbol celebrates
  • Gerard Moreno (L) and Marco Asensio (R) look dejected after Carlos Vela of Real Sociedad de Futbol scored his team's second goal

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Dynamo Kyiv
Manchester City
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09/02/2016 at 22:07
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I know that Manchester City have - long - been a far cry away from convincing in Europe, but I'd back them to reach the quarters if DK are their opposition (with all due respect).
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PSV
Atlético Madrid
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09/02/2016 at 22:06
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Atlético should be fine, here. Of late, PSV seems to be but a breeding-ground for rising Dutch youth-talent & Atlético seem to have sincerely completed a triad at the top of La Liga.
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Juventus
FC Bayern München
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09/02/2016 at 22:03
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I will say that I am looking forward to this game more than any other, to be honest. Juventus - along with PSG, I think - will really push the big boys, for this year & Bayern's reign of dominance mightn't survive beyond Pep. This one should be interesting. I'd like to see Juve progress. I can't see much to separate them. It's any-body's game.
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Arsenal
Futbol Club Barcelona
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09/02/2016 at 22:00
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I don't think that I can look past Barcelona to win the whole thing, regardless of the opponents. Plus - in the absence of Sánchez, who always seems to be injured - I feel that Arsenal lack a cutting-edge, which hasn't even put them at the top of the Premier League (leaving beating Barcelona as a bit of a pipe-dream, for now).
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AA Gent
VfL Wolfsburg
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09/02/2016 at 21:53
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I can't see Gent causing Wolfsburg too many problems, here. I'm not sure how they're doing - domestically, at the moment - but, that Wolfsburg side is packed with rising talent (it's just a shame that Kruse has probably peaked, and that they lost De Bruyne to Man. City at such a pivotal time).
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