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Lille’s very winnable home encounter with Nice is supplemented by nods for Nurnberg, Real Betis and the aforementioned draw between Lazio and Chievo.
Chievo have proved difficult opposition for Lazio in the past and they can continue to frustrate the hosts in Rome.
The Biancocelesti have failed to register maximum points from their previous eight encounters against the visiting side with five of those contents ending with the spoils shared.
Lazio have only lost three of their last 18 matches at home while Chievo have suffered only one defeat in their previous six games on the road.
Gialloblu’s last two league ties away from Verona have ended with them securing a point and another stalemate could be in store.
Lille have only lost once to Nice in their previous 13 match-ups and the hosts can continue their fine home form and secure another valuable three points from this contest.
Unbeaten in their last seven Ligue 1 games at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy, Rene Girad’s charges are the value pick of our selections.
And having kept five clean sheets during that same period they should deliver against a Nice side who’ve failed to hit the back of the net in three of their last five on their travels.
These two bottom-dwellers are both desperate for points but it’s Michael Wiesinger’s Nurnberg outfit who should emerge victorious here.
The visitors have at least secured two points from their opening four games while Braunschweig have nothing to show for their efforts so far.
Scoring goals has been a problem for the hosts with only two notched in those defeats.
Meanwhile, Nurnberg’s initial efforts during this fledgling campaign saw them net four times in their first two matches and that extra potency could make all the difference in this encounter.
Real Betis remain winless after their three opening games but the visit of Valencia may provide some respite.
The visitors have only collected two more points than Betis and in their last defeats they’ve leaked six goals.
Granted, three of those were conceded to the brilliance of Lionel Messi.
But the trio before that were away at Espanyol and it’s Valencia’s form on their travels that partly necessitates this show of faith in Betis.
Los Che have returned home pointless from their previous two trips to the green and white half of Seville and they could suffer a similar outcome.
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