Week 03 pools forecast

Soccer Football – UEFA Nations League – League A – Group 2 – Belgium v England – Den Dreef, Leuven, Belgium – November 15, 2020 General view inside the stadium before the match REUTERS/Johanna Geron

You are welcome to the week 03 forecast. The Scottish League Cup continues this weekend, the Belgium top-flight will kick off a new season this week, Russia Premier League and Switz super League are introduced this week

We’ve previewed Six(6) games and offered our verdict to give you a little extra help in winning this week. Here are the top six previews:

  1. 20 KV Kortrijk V RFC Seraing

KV Kortrijk and RFC Seraing will face each other in the Belgian top-flight for the first time since March 1987; in total, the teams played 10 games in the highest league with Kortrijk winning only three of those (D2 L5).

In the last two Pro League seasons, KV Kortrijk have won none of their six matches against newly promoted sides (D3 L3) and conceded 15 goals in these games.

In the last four Jupiler Pro League seasons, every promoted side have managed to get at least a point on matchday 1 (W2 D3 in total); RFC Seraing Will not like become the first promoted team to lose their opening game since KAS Eupen in 2016, who did so under current Seraing manager Jordi Condom. Our tip for this match is a draw.

Also since week 52 2021, the sum of the first letters on numbers 1 and 49 away has not failed. If we go by this number 17 will give us a draw.

2. 22 – OH Leuven v Waregem

Leuven won both of their top-flight encounters with Waregem last season, they won 2-1 at home and scored a 95th minute penalty to edge a 3-2 win away.

Although only friendlies, Leuven have won four of their five pre-season warm-up games, but were beaten 3-0 by Fortuna Dusseldorf in the latest.

Waregem finished 10th last season, 1-point and one place above Leuven. They’ve had mixed results this pre-season with three wins, three defeats and a draw in seven warm-up matches.

Also, Since week 01, the first letter on number 21 away plus 21 has not failed. If we go by this number 22 will give us a draw.

3 23 – Oostende v Charleroi

KV Oostende have always conceded a goal on the first matchday of a new Jupiler Pro League season in which they played in the top-flight, last season KVO lost 1-2 to Beerschot at home.

Sporting de Charleroi won only one of their 15 league games in 2021 (D6 L8), all other current Jupiler Pro League teams have won more often this calendar year.

Also, Since week 52, number 36 minus the first letter on 36 home has not failed. if we go by this number 23 will draw.

4.34 RUBIN KAZAN V SP MOSCOW

Rubin Kazan and Spartak Moscow open their respective Russian Premier League campaigns against each other at the Kazan Arena on Saturday evening. It should be an interesting contest, with both sides looking to get the 2021-22 season off to a good start.

Rubin finished the 2020-21 season in fourth place with 53 points, three less than Lokomotiv Moscow, which means they just missed out on European qualification and it must have been extremely frustrating for manager Leonid Slutsky and his players. It will therefore be very important for their confidence to start the new season by getting on the right track straight away, though this match will likely prove anything but easy for them.

Spartak ended last season as runners-up to Zenit St. Petersburg, finishing with 57 points – eight short of the champions. They will therefore enter the Champions League qualifications in the third round, where they will face Portuguese side Benfica in the first half of August. Like Rubin, Spartak will be hoping to start well, and aim to do one spot better than last season and lift the trophy in the end.

However, our prediction for this match is a draw.

Also, Did you know that since week 01, number 49 minus the first letter on number 46 home has not failed?

5. 36 AALBORG VS MIDTJYLLAND

After suffering a 2-1 loss to Odense in their opener, Midtjylland will be looking to record their first win of the season when they take on Aalborg at Aalborg Portland Park on Saturday evening. The Wolves are on a quest to regain the domestic trophy, and, no doubt, they need to make a flying start to the season if they are to turn the dream into reality.

Former Celta winger Pione Sisto, who found the net in the defeat to Odense, will be the man to watch in the away side. Aalborg, on the other hand, did well to hold Copenhagen to a 2-2 draw in the opening match of the season. The hosts aim to give fans yet another reason for celebration, and seeing that they looked sharp in front of goal in the season opener, both teams to score betting option should be considered.

Also, Since week 50, the first letter on number 45 home minus 49 has not failed

6.40 – Randers v Odense

Both sides won by 2-1 at home when they met in the Danish Superliga last season. They met more recently in a friendly where a first-half penalty gave Randers a 1-0 away win.

Randers won two and drew two of their four pre-season warm-up games and made a winning start to their league campaign with a 2-0 win a Vejle last Sunday.

Also since week52, the first letter on number 27 home minus 49 has not failed to draw the following week.

Odense also made a winning start to their league campaign last weekend, they scored a 90th minute winner to claim a 2-1 victory at Midtjylland.

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