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Friday 14 October

S10 V2

Orlando Pirates have not scored in their last three games as confidence has taken a knock but will be expecting to return to winning ways at home against AmaZulu tonight. More details at www.soccer6.co.za.

M1 Alanyaspor vs Antalyaspor: Alanyaspor have lost their last matches against Antalyaspor, who are just one place above the relegation zone in Turkey after picking up one point from their past five matches.

M2 Lamontville Golden Arrows vs Stellenbosch FC: Arrows have not scored in their past three clashes against Stellenbosch, who won 2-0 on their last visit to play Arrows in Durban in April.

M3 Orlando Pirates vs AmaZulu: Pirates have not scored in their last three outings while AmaZulu play a first game under their new co-coaches Ayanda Dlamini and Romain Folz.

M4 FC Emmen v FC Volendam: Emmen and Volendam both have five points from nine Dutch league games this season and are holding up the table.

M5 Schalke 04 vs TSG 1899 Hoffenheim: Schalke have lost their last three Bundesliga games, conceding eight goals. Hoffenheim have won once in their past five fixtures.

M6 Larne vs Cliftonville: Larne are unbeaten at the top of the table in Northern Ireland but are only one point ahead of third placed Cliftonville.

M7 St Patrick’s Athletic vs Bohemians: St Pats have won the last two meetings between the Dublin rivals, both home and away this season, and are 13 points ahead in the Irish league standings.

M8 Brentford vs Brighton & Hove Albion: Both sides lost at the weekend. Brighton won home and away against Brentford last season.

M9 Rayo Vallecano vs Getafe: Both have two wins and three defeats from their past five LaLiga outings. Vallecano have seven wins and four losses in 11 past home games against Getafe.

M10 Racing Strasbourg vs Lille: Strasbourg’s weekend win at Angers was their first success of the season in their 10th league match of the campaign. Lille’s previous two away games both ended in 1-2 defeats.

Suggested permutation:

R64.00 2,3 x 1,2 x 1 x 1 x 1 x 2,3 x 1 x 1,2 x 1 x 2,3

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