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PSV vs Sevilla

Calendar 3rd October
Football icon kick off 20:00
Football icon 2+ goals
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A selection that landed for both sides on matchday 1. And I fully believe it’ll happen again.

With Arsenal as clear group favourites, the race is on for second spot. PSV’s 4-0 drubbing against the Gunners certainly won’t help matters, whilst Sevilla’s 1-1 draw with Lens isn’t the start they’ll have been hoping for.

Still, both games are evidence enough to suggest that we should get goals here, and the domestic numbers back that up.

PSV have netted 23 times in just 7 league games, with an average of 3.57 match goals. They’re clearly capable of scoring, but the heavy defeat to Arsenal also shows defensive frailty.

Even better than that? 2 or more goals have been scored in every PSV game this season.

As for Sevilla, the Spanish outfit have steadied the ship somewhat. They now look competitive, and have scored 11 and conceded 10 for an average of 3.00 match goals.

Both teams will be giving this a go in the race for second place, and there are goals in this for sure.

Football icon 8+ match corners
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Two teams that you could argue are a bit of a corner machine domestically.

Both sides carry huge aerial threats, whether it’s the likes of Luuk De Jong for PSV, or Yousef En-Nesyri for Sevilla, corners are huge weapon in the arsenal of both outfits.

Granted, the Eredivisie is a slightly weaker league, but PSV are still doing the business and averaging 7.29 corners a game themselves.

It’s a selection that’s landed in 6 of PSV’s 8 games in all competitions, and they’ve had at least 7 corners alone in the same number of games.

As for Sevilla, playing out wide is very much their game. The majority of their play goes through Ocampos, but even Lamela is capable of driving in behind.

As a result, they’re winning 5.86 corners per game, but they’re also conceding 5.43.
8+ corners has landed in every Sevilla game this season, with all but 2 hitting double digits.

Football icon 3+ cards
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Honestly, this is a selection that Sevilla could see over the line themselves, but PSV are certainly capable of contributing to the cards.

The away side are the ones to watch here. They foul for fun, averaging 12.70 P/90, and pick up 3.00 cards per game as a result.

In fact, Sevilla have picked up 3 cards themselves in 6 of their 8 games in all competitions, a quite ridiculous hit rate.

As for PSV, they tend to dominate proceedings domestically but they did pick up 3 cards against Arsenal.

The fact that Sevilla draw a staggering 14.10 fouls P/90 will only make matters more difficult for them, and 3 match cards should be hit comfortably as a result.

Inter Milan vs Benfica

Calendar 3rd October
Football icon kick off 20:00
Football icon 2+ goals
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I’ll admit, this was an easy pick for me.

Inter Milan are league’s top goal scorers in Serie A. They’ve netted 19 goals in just seven games!

That’s an average of 2.71 goals per game, a stat that increases to 3.00 goals per game when playing at home. And, of course, they’ve scored at least one goal in every game so far this season.

They found themselves stuck against Real Sociedad in the first round of Champions League games, but they still managed to nab a goal and see that game past the over 1.5 goals mark.

Benfica have an equally impressive goal scoring record. They have 17 of them in their seven league games. 2.44 goals per game on average.

Here are two teams on fine goals scoring runs and I expect there to be at least two goals in tonight’s fixture.

Football icon 8+ match corners
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Games involving both of these teams exceed 8 corners per game on average.

8.29 in games involving Inter Milan and 9.15 for those involving Benfica.

Following a draw and a loss in their opening Champion’s League game both these sides will be keen to get back on track with a win here. So expect them to throw everything at this game. That alone should create plenty of opportunities and corners.

The Champions League is an extremely competitive competition so it’s no wonder that 10 of Inter Milan’s 13 games in the UCL last season finished with over 8 match corners.

Seven out of 10 of Benfica’s Champions League games last season finished with 8 or more match corners.

Of course, these two teams met in the quarter finals of last season’s competition as well. Both legs of that tie saw over 8 match corners given and I’m expecting the same tonight.

Football icon 3+ cards
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Here’s a cracking stat for you, every single Benfica Champions League game last season bar one finished with three or more cards. It was 11 from 13 for Inter Milan.

Also, both these teams exceed this barrier by themselves in their opening Champions League fixtures this season.

I’ve got to be honest and admit that Inter Milan are a fairly disciplined team in the league, but as proven above that slightly goes out the window in this competition. They could easily pick up three cards by themselves here, but the focus is definitely on Benfica.

Benfica average 2.71 cards per game in the league but that’s up against much weaker opponents and with much less on the line than their fixture tonight.

3+ cards is an extremely low bar in this competition, and with Danny Makkelie as the ref who averages almost four cards per game, I can see this bar being exceeded tonight.

Copenhagen vs Bayern Munich

Calendar 3rd October
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Football icon 2+ Goals
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If you’re like me and think that Copenhagen’s 21 league goals in ten games is impressive, then Bayern’s 20 goals from six games is off the charts.

Both of these teams are the top goalscorers in their respective leagues. They both have some outstanding attacking players and should easily see this fixture past the 2 goal mark.

Games involving Copenhagen average 3.40 goals per game. And Bayern Munich’s games average an incredible 4.40 goals.

But here’s the clincher, every single one of both Copenhagen and Bayern’s matches this season have finished with over 1.5 goals having been scored.

Here are two teams in perfect goalscoring form, and I’m expecting a couple more goals tonight.

Football icon 8+ match corners
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No other team in the Bundesliga manage more corners than Bayern Munich. They’re picking up 7.83 of them per game on average.

In fact, in 50% of their league matches they’ve had 8 or more corners just by themselves and they could easily do something similar here tonight.

Never mind the fact that Copenhagen are averaging 5.50 of their own corners and that the competitive nature of the Champions League typically sees a higher corner count than domestic games.

Games involving Bayern average 10.33 corners per game and games involving Copenhagen average 11.60. This should easily go the distance.

Football icon 3+ cards
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Copenhagen’s discipline record is pretty awful considering how much they dominate their domestic league.

They’ve picked up 22 cards in 10 games, averaging to 2.20 per match, only two other teams manage more.

Bayern have picked up nine cards in six games but as mentioned above this all changes in the Champions League.

Seven out of ten of Bayern’s Champions League games last season finished with three or more cards.

Whereas it was six out of eight games for Copenhagen.

Given Copenhagen’s lack of discipline in the league and the competition at hand, I reckon there will be three or more cards tonight.

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