Ivan Marcano could be back in the team after recovering from an ACL injury. He is due back this month. FC Porto will be up against it from the start on Wednesday night. The Portuguese team should set out to stifle Manchester City from the start and put pressure on the English side. Can they get a goal in the early stages of the game?
FC Porto average 3. Manchester City average 2. There are likely to be goals scored on Wednesday night when these teams meet at the Etihad. Although Manchester City saw their last two league games finish with under 2. They could be overwhelmed, especially as the game wears on. Sergio Aguero retuned to the Manchester City team last week versus Arsenal.
The Argentine had been out due to knee surgery at the tail end of last season. Manchester City lost their cutting edge for the most part without Aguero in the team. Aguero only played 66 minutes versus Arsenal as he gets his fitness under him. Guardiola could choose to play him in a similar fashion or bring him off the bench. Regardless, Aguero should be dangerous with the ball at his feet in the final third. In one league game, Aguero averaged 1. Those numbers should change greatly after he gets fit.
The Portuguese champions will be up against from the start. Although they can keep things tight in the first half, expect Manchester City to pull away with a win in the second period. The Galaxy defeated Vancouver Whitecaps on Sunday, bringing an end to a run of six consecutive defeats, but the team remains in last place in Major League Soccer's Western Conference and fan groups last week released a statement in protest at the club's plight.
We're part of that football. There's more pressure in some places than others, in some places less time than others, but I understand football and I have nothing to say. I know what we are doing, I know the number of young players that are playing and in terms of me [and the future], I have nothing to say. Asked if the club is on the same page in terms of what happens moving forward, Barros Schelotto indicated that it is, despite the reports linking former striker Keane to his position.
It's a short season, playing every three days and everything else. Obviously we have to think of the future. Galaxy striker Javier Hernandez has come under severe criticism after only managing one goal in 10 games so far in his MLS career, with one report indicating that his attitude hadn't been up to scratch off the field. Barros Schelotto dropped Designated Player Hernandez from the starting XI against the Whitecaps, but denied it had anything to do with his off-the-pitch demeanor, instead indicating he only wanted to play with one center forward and preferred Yony Gonzalez, who went off injured and was replaced by Hernandez in the 50th minute.
The LA side finished bottom of the Western Conference in and missed out on the playoffs in , going out to local rival LAFC in the semifinal of the Western Conference playoff in The Union, who also received an own goal, extended their unbeaten streak to four games.
Philadelphia solidified its second-place standing in the Eastern Conference and climbed within three points of league-leading Toronto FC. The Union won despite being without captain Alejandro Bedoya because of yellow-card accumulation. Tajon Buchanan scored for the fifth-place Revolution, who had their two-game winning streak snapped. In the 17th minute, New England's Teal Bunbury gathered a loose ball about 10 yards out, but his shot deflected off Philadelphia defender Kai Wagner and out of bounds.
The Union managed only one shot on goal in the first 25 minutes, a soft left-footed strike by Brenden Aaronson. Philadelphia took a lead in the 34th minute on an own goal. Wagner sent a cross into the box, and a sliding Andrew Farrell kicked the ball into the goal.
New England goalkeeper Matt Turner was moving the other way. Early in the second half, the Revolution continued to dominate possession and Adam Buksa headed a cross just wide of the goal in the 52nd minute. In the 65th minute, Union goalkeeper Andre Blake made a stellar save on a header in the box by Bunbury. Philadelphia had a strong scoring chance in the 68th minute when Raymon Gaddis fired a shot that deflected off Revs defender Henry Kessler and out for a corner kick.
Gaddis, a right back, has never scored in nine MLS seasons. New England nearly equalized a couple of times in five minutes of second-half stoppage time but couldn't convert. The Dagestani has always insisted that he has nothing to prove against the Irishman whom he easily beat at UFC But in a recent interview, Nurmagomedov has softened his stance.
Said Khabib in an appearance at the Mike Schwick podcast:. Khabib on McGregor vs. If they fight at or , this is not a lightweight contender fight. If you want to fight in the lightweight division for the belt, you have to fight at lightweight.
Khabib has a valid point here. Well, at least from a business standpoint. At a buy rate of 2. What more for a rematch against Khabib? But in a that has been ravaged by the pandemic, the UFC needs McGregor back and the best fight to sell is the Khabib rematch. The year old has not played since he was released by the New England Patriots in after appearing in just one game. Brown has been without a team and has moved back and forth with his decision to retire or return to the NFL.
Brown pleaded no-contest to burglary and battery charges from a January incident in Florida, and was accused of sending intimidating texts to a woman who accused him of sexual misconduct. Time flies fast, indeed. After seven Pro-Bowl selections, he demanded for a trade in He was dealt to the Oakland Raiders but never got to play a game with them due to several incidents during the conduct of training camp.
He injured both feet during a cryotherapy machine mishap, then clashed with NFL officials after the league banned his preferred helmet model. Brown ended up getting fined by the Raiders for missing practice during the helmet dispute. After his release from Oakland, he signed with the New England Patriots who in turn, released him after just one game following multiple accusations of sexual misconduct. He flip-flopped again last July when he seemed to announce his retirement on July 20, and took back his statements two days later.
The NFL ended up sentencing Brown to an eight game or 8-week suspension for his troubles. He accepted the suspension and issued a statement via his agent that he is looking forward to the NFL season. There was even a video of Brown catching a yard pass from Lamar on a dead sprint:. One thing you cannot deny is that Chelsea are an entertaining watch under Frank Lampard. In the 43 Premier League matches under his management, Chelsea matches have featured goals at an average of 3. This season they have managed to score three times on two occasions — against West Brom and Southampton — yet failed to win either.
They have scored in four of their five league games this term and conceded in the same amount. Their matches in the Champions League last season were also entertaining, with 28 goals scored across eight encounters, including a draw with Ajax. While Sevilla matches in La Liga and the Europa League last season were hardly gung-ho affairs, I think they have enough attacking quality to cause a fragile Chelsea side plenty of problems.
Both Teams To Score is unsurprisingly well short of evens across the board but if you add the Over 2. There were also subpar performances from Barcelona and Real Madrid ahead of the Clasico , woe for Juventus ahead of the Champions League group stage Matchday 1, concern around Man United and a Tottenham collapse that will have Jose Mourinho fuming. It's Monday, and Gab Marcotti reacts to the biggest moments in the sport of football from the past week.
Bielefeld Chelsea are not a team yet Napoli prove doubters wrong vs. Atalanta Leipzig's attacking depth. The top-of-the-table, clash between Merseyside rivals Everton and Liverpool ended up being overshadowed by VAR decisions and, above all, Virgil Van Dijk's horrendous cruciate injury, which will likely see him out until the Euros at the earliest. The fact that Jordan Pickford remained on the pitch is difficult for many to understand -- including Liverpool, which is why they asked the Premier League for an explanation.
Let's hope that those in charge take this opportunity for some transparency here, something that gives us a better understanding of what the rules are and how they are applied. Liverpool weren't awarded a penalty because Van Dijk was offside at the time of the collision with Pickford.
It wasn't immediately obvious, but VAR confirmed this, and while it was tight, that part is indisputable. What's less easy to understand is why no action was taken against Pickford. Referee Michael Oliver -- who, lest we forget, is supposed to be one of the English game's top two or three officials -- evidently felt that while it might have been a foul but not a punishable foul, since Van Dijk was offside , it did not warrant a yellow or red card.
Or, rather, not fine, because in my opinion he got it badly wrong. But hey: referees make mistakes with the naked eye in real time. His first job was to determine whether Van Dijk was offside, and that must have taken some time. After that, he was called to decide whether Oliver made a mistake in not awarding a red to Pickford. Sticking strictly to the protocol -- and I'm engaging in speculation here, because we've have had no explanation -- you assume he might have personally felt that it was worthy of a yellow card.
But since VARs aren't allowed to intervene in yellow card situations, he possibly felt there was nothing he could do. What we don't know, and may never know, is the conversation between Coote and Oliver. Oliver is a star and Coote a relative no-name, but they're on the same team. You would hope that Coote would have had the confidence to feel empowered to tell Oliver: "Michael, you're sure you had a clear view of it? Looks pretty nasty to me. Maybe you should take another look. If that's what happened and Oliver waved him off, then we have to accept it.
If Coote simply stuck to the letter of the law and told himself "that's no worse than a yellow, I can't make him do an on-field review" well, I'm not sure that's in the spirit of VAR at all. Everything is magnified here, of course, by the fact that it was early in the game -- the fifth minute -- and Pickford is a goalkeeper.
A sending-off at that stage radically changes the match. It shouldn't have come into the reckoning, but referees are human too. However you feel about it, the PGMOL Professional Game Match Officials Board, the group that is responsible for referees in English football could do themselves a favour by releasing the transcripts of the conversation between Coote and Oliver, if only to help people understand.
And, perhaps, to ensure situations like these do not arise again. What we do know, in the meantime, is that Pickford won't face retrospective action. This was always going to be the case. In these situations, the FA simply doubles down, unless referees have missed the incident entirely. Regardless of the Pickford decision or non-decision , I think Liverpool deserved the three points.
Not because of the late VAR offside that struck off what would have been Jordan Henderson's winner, which was as much down to Pickford's mistake than anything else. But simply because over the 90 minutes, Liverpool shaded it in terms of chances created and conceded. Frank Leboeuf considers the impact on Liverpool if Virgil van Dijk is indeed set to miss several months.
That said, credit to Everton. This is not a deep squad, particularly in certain positions, and the fact that they're still top in the second half of October speaks volumes about the work Carlo Ancelotti and his staff have done.
What next for Liverpool? Obviously you're not going to find somebody who will fill Van Dijk's shoes -- we're talking about a guy who started every single league game in the past two seasons. In the short-term, you imagine Klopp will go with some combination of Joe Gomez, Fabinho and Joel Matip at the back, but it seems obvious that they will need to bring in an extra body in January, even it means going out on a limb financially.
This Liverpool side are a team built to win now, not in two or three years. There are a whole bunch of players who are in their late 20s and once you go with the "all-in" approach, you need to stick with it, so it makes sense to seek help in the transfers market.
If you can get a long-term asset, go for it. If not, there's nothing wrong, at this stage, to think short-term: a veteran player to tide you over. What's unthinkable is believing you can get through to the end of the season with two central defenders and recycled midfielder. Gab Marcotti marvels at year-old Zlatan Ibrahimovic's performance in Milan's derby win over Inter. Zlatan Ibrahimovic's performance in the Milan derby powered the Rossoneri to the top of the Serie A table.
I wrote about his performance in their win on Saturday, so let's not dwell on him too much here. Rather, it's worth praising Stefano Pioli for putting the right pieces around Zlatan to help mask his deficiencies and maximise his strengths. Using Rafael Leao to pin back Achraf Hakimi, and setting up the back line to withstand Inter's second-half onslaught were moves that made all the difference on the night.
As for Inter, Antonio Conte is right to say they had chances to equalize or even win, but that doesn't change the fact that the Inter we saw hasn't yet found the right balance. Playing two strikers with wing-backs like Ivan Perisic and Hakimi -- the former is a recycled winger, the latter is basically an adjunct attacker -- isn't a plug-and-play exercise. It requires a lot of tactical work, on the training pitch -- exactly what Conte is known for -- except with no real preseason and very little time to train in a congested season, he hasn't yet had the opportunity to do it.
You wonder, therefore, why Conte doesn't keep things simpler. Aleksandar Kolarov in a back three isn't necessarily a bad choice, but when he's asked to cover for Perisic and recover inside? Yeah, it won't come natural to him straight away. Christian Eriksen as a No. Regarding Eriksen, I still can't shake the feeling that there aren't some inherent preconceptions about him and his lack of emotion and histrionics, which are so at odds with Conte's approach.
Having worked side-by-side for several years, it was perhaps inevitable that Mikel Arteta and Pep Guardiola would each try to throw curveballs in an effort to catch the other off-guard. Guardiola and Man City countered with Nathan Ake at left-back, Joao Cancelo in some sort of hybrid wing-back role and, late in the game, Raheem Sterling through the middle with Sergio Aguero. It was hard to figure out on TV, but the impression was that City deserved the win and, perhaps, Arteta engaged in a bit of overthinking.
It was an awkward, uncomfortable moment that Guardiola tried to minimise after the game, saying "Sergio is the nicest person I ever met in my life. Look for problems in other situations, not in this one. Let's be clear here. Nobody is saying Aguero is an ogre and yes, there is no rule that says you can't touch a referee or assistant.
It's a case-by-case situation and, perhaps, that didn't warrant a booking. But, equally, those who say it's no big deal because it happens a lot and if that had been a male assistant instead of a female assistant, we wouldn't be talking about it, are missing the point. Massey-Ellis is not a male assistant.
She is a woman with a role in a sport whose conventions and rules were written and defined by men for virtually all of its year history. And there are thousands of years of conventions in male-female power relations that predate this and can't be ignored. I am neither a woman nor an assistant referee, and I'm in no position to judge whether and to what degree Massey-Ellis was made uncomfortable here.
Nor is it fair for me, or anyone else, to put her in a position where she has to speak for every female match official let alone every woman out there. But what is undeniable is that you can't pretend gender isn't part of the story here and part of what made many so uncomfortable. Hopefully Aguero and others have picked up on this and will learn from it.
Ale Moreno believes Barcelona players checked out mentally after falling behind Getafe in the loss. Barcelona knew they were going to get a rough ride against Getafe because, well, everybody does. Frenkie de Jong gave up the penalty that Jaime Mata converted for the only game's only goal. Against sides coached by Javier Bordalas, you either reply with muscle or with skill and speed. Ronald Koeman went for the latter, starting year-old Pedri behind the striker, year-old U.
It didn't quite work out. Pedri did well, but Messi -- possibly because of his intercontinental travels for Argentina's World Cup qualifiers -- was subdued. Dembele offered little and, yes, the talking point -- again -- was Antoine Griezmann, given more licence up front, but, again, wasting opportunities. The pieces don't fit together like they should, but at this stage, you may as well give Griezmann a clear run up front.
It's not dissimilar to what he did at Atletico Madrid over the past few years albeit in as one member of a two-person attack. Either that, or bench him entirely. At this stage, the endless chatter -- with even France manager Didier Deschamps piping up too -- isn't helping anyone. After an international break and with a Champions League game against Lazio coming up, Lucien Favre did some heavy rotating against Hoffenheim -- Marco Reus, Erling Haaland, Raphael Guerreiro and Jude Bellingham all started on the bench -- and for a while, Borussia Dortmund looked flat.
Things picked up once he sent on the cavalry the aforementioned quartet after the hour mark, and it was Haaland who set up Reus' winner with 15 minutes to go. It was his first Bundesliga goal in nearly a year. Dortmund U. Hoffenheim are a tough nut to crack, and some squad rotation given the brutal grind of the campaign makes sense.
But while Dortmund are stacked with options in midfield and out wide and can probably reinvent midfielders as central defenders in a back three , what's evident is that there is no back-up for Haaland. Julian Brandt gave it a go, and it simply didn't work. He obviously can't play up front the way Haaland does it, but readjusting the team to suit his skill-set doesn't quite work either. Gab Marcotti and Julien Laurens wonder which El Clasico rival suffered the worse defeat over the weekend.
Not a fan of citing attitude or body language or other intangibles to explain away defeats and poor performances, but Real Madrid's game against Cadiz must be an exception. Whatever happened pregame, they clearly weren't mentally prepared on the pitch and fully deserved the loss to their newly promoted opponents. Zinedine Zidane clearly tried to shake them up with four changes at half-time and a shift in formation, but nothing worked. Other than Karim Benzema who hit the woodwork and, again, Thibaut Courtois, there was very little to cheer.
It's the worst possible preparation ahead of the return of the Champions League and next weekend's Clasico. Sergio Ramos going off injured doesn't help either. Frank Leboeuf believes Manchester United won't be able to function without Bruno Fernandes on the pitch. Say this for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: he's got guts.
In the hyper-pressure, instant-reaction world of football, he had two weeks to stew over the humiliation at the hands of Tottenham. And he returned to face Newcastle with his captain, Harry Maguire, publicly pilloried for his red card while on England duty.
Solskjaer not only started Maguire, but he also left Paul Pogba and Donny van de Beek on the bench alongside new signing Alex Telles, and stuck Daniel James in the front three. When United went a goal down, you feared another humiliation, possibly one Solskjaer might not survive. Instead, the side kept their cool and pressed on, even after Bruno Fernandes missed a penalty, reaping a deserved three points thanks to three late goals.
It doesn't mean Solskjaer is the right man for this job or that he'll turn things around at United. It does mean that, for now at least, his self-belief and confidence are unshaken. And that's important. Gab Marcotti feels man Juventus did enough to earn the win against bottom side Crotone. Juventus drawing with Crotone -- a team that had lost every game prior to this weekend -- will inevitably lead the knee-jerk brigade to question Andrea Pirlo and his decisions and, perhaps, lament the fact that this would have never happened under Max Allegri or Antonio Conte.
It probably wouldn't have happened under the version of Maurizio Sarri we saw last year, either. Leaving aside the obvious -- Juventus did more than enough to win the game, hitting the post and having a goal scratched off by a very marginal offside, and playing without at least five starters while also being reduced to 10 men when Federico Chiesa was sent off -- folks are missing the point.
Pirlo has been given licence to take this club into an entirely new direction: tactically, philosophically and materially, hence why there were so many youngsters out there including a debutant in Mattia Portanova. It's a choice in part dictated by necessity the balance sheet is what it is, aka not good , and in part by a desire to do things differently and experiment.
After years of being domestically successful and hugely conservative on the pitch , Juventus are trying to do things differently. It may or may not be the right choice, and Pirlo may or may not be the right man to deliver change. But at the very least, understand what he's trying to do, and give him time to do it.
Jurgen Klinsmann explains why this Premier League season will continue to be a "rollercoaster" of surprises. I can imagine Jose Mourinho views dropping two points when you're up with less than 10 minutes to go as some sort of cardinal sin for any football manager to commit. Managing a lead when your side are playing well and you have a team packed with expert counterattackers who thrive on wide open spaces should be entirely second nature.
So while he put on a brave face after Manuel Lanzini's screamer held Spurs to a draw Sunday, he must have been seething inside. That's understandable, but it shouldn't detract from the way Tottenham played. And having been hard on Mourinho all those times his teams played poorly and won, the least I can do is point out when they played well and were unlucky.
Forget the cliche about "making your own luck. Best to take the positives, because there were plenty, starting with Harry Kane's performance and his ability to be at once, creator and finisher. Newly-promoted Arminia Bielefeld were designated sacrificial lambs against Bayern and they followed the script. For those keeping score at home, that's now 41 goals in his last 35 Bundesliga appearances for Lewandowski. Write your own captions. We had written about the lack of depth at the club and -- presto!
The folks upstairs are listening. Chelsea were held to a draw at home by Southampton in a game that seemed to encapsulate all the cliches about Frank Lampard's side. Kepa Arrizabalaga replacing the injured Edouard Mendy was poor, and he and Kurt Zouma gifted the opposition a goal. Defensively, the club switched off at key moments. N'Golo Kante looks anything but happy. Kai Havertz is hugely gifted, but still very raw.
You could tell it was Christian Pulisic's first game back. Going forward, there's enough quality to paper over most cracks, but this is still a tactically imbalanced side that is nowhere near as good as the sum of its parts. There's plenty of work for Frank Lampard to do and Saturday did nothing to dispel the impression that, for all the quality, the pieces don't fit together as they should.
Having added depth and quality, Atalanta are legitimate title contenders in Serie A this season. That Napoli demolished them is a credit to many, but their coach Rino Gattuso stands out for me. So much for those who thought he was just a shouty motivator. Gattuso also deserves credit for regenerating and relaunching a number of players who struggled last season. Lozano was on his way out and is now the club's top goalscorer. Kostas Manolas is back to the lustre of his Roma days, and Victor Osimhen looks as if he's been playing in this side all his life.
Gattuso has tons of depth too. Leipzig won away to Augsburg, , to remain top of the Bundesliga. Julian Nagelsmann approached the game like he did the previous week, with a de facto striker-less front trio made up of Dani Olmo, Christopher Nkunku and Emil Forsberg. I'm not sure how much more of this we'll see, and not just because of the investment in Alexander Sorloth and Hee-Chan Hwang over the summer, but because Leipzig's second goal came thanks to a proper striker albeit not a prolific one.
Goals aren't the problem for this team, and Nagelsmann now has three serviceable center-forwards. Expect one of them to play most weeks. Andrea Pirlo will have to ensure his team are on it from the off here as their recent record as favourites is far from impressive winning just six of their last 17 such fixtures in all competitions — W6,-D5-L6 including a draw at newly promoted Crotone on Saturday.
I was tempted to play Kiev to score Over 1. Something will have to give in Saint Petersburg as a Zenit side who have won all six home games this season welcome Jupiler Pro League leaders Club Brugge who are undefeated in their four league road trips and have scored 13 goals in the process. The Belgian side have a tough task, with their hosts having lost only two of their last 14 UCL group stage home matches W7-D5-L2 winning six of the last seven.
Which means there is a chance Ronald Koeman will rest his key players for this opening clash in the Spaniards first outing in the competition since that humiliating hammering at the hands of the eventual winners. Even so. This may be no more than a damage limitation, sightseeing and autograph hunting mission for the visitors. Of course, Barcelona have a formidable UCL record at their Camp Nou stadium, winning 32 of their last 36 and drawing the other four. We can play Over 2. That cast should include Philippe Coutinho, now returned from his loan spell at Bayern and already on the scoresheet for club and country this season.
Immobile will come in to this one fresh having been suspended for his sides game at the weekend while the Norwegian will take to the field brimming with confidence having scored four in four league games, five in three appearances for his country as well as one in the German Super Cup Final. He will be licking his lips at the thought of taking on a side that have already shipped four at home to Atalanta and three in the weekend defeat at Sampdoria. On that showing I was waiting for his next appointment and here we are!
I also expect Leipzig to come out of the traps rapidly here, coming into the contest with three wins and a draw from their opening four Bundesliga games scoring ten goals in the process — seven of those have been in the opening 45 minutes. This will be the first ever game for Rennes in the competition and will fancy their chances of making it a winning start as they come in to the tie still undefeated after seven rounds of domestic action in Ligue 1 W4-D3-L0 , and will face a Krasnodar side who have had to travel without head coach Murad Musaev, as well as players Remy Cabella and Evgeni Markov.
For an outside chance to end my selections I have picked out Rennes defender Nayef Aguerd who has scored twice from seven league appearances this season for his new club. Dynamo Kiev vs Juventus — Over 2. Barcelona vs Ferencvaros — Over 2. RB Leipzig vs Basakeshir — Over 1. This past Saturday, Teofimo Lopez shocked the world by defeating the number one ranked pound-for-pound fighter in the world via unanimous decision.
There are several men that would likely give Lopez a good test. For years, boxing media members have been arguing who the best pound-for-pound fighter in the sport is. With an amateur record of , everyone knew that Lomachenko would immediately make a splash in the professional game. In just his third fight, Vasyl captured the vacant WBO featherweight championship. He then went on to win twelve-straight fights and won several more belts in different divisions. On October 17th, Lomachenko took on Teofimo Lopez for an opportunity to become the undisputed lightweight champion of the world.
Nearly all online sportsbooks listed Vasyl as the significant favorite heading into this bout. Incredibly, Lopez took the fight to Lomachenko and managed to secure a unanimous decision win. Lopez was known as a tremendous power puncher. In this fight, however, he implemented a smart, calculated gameplan.
For the first seven rounds of the fight, Teofimo pressured Lomachenko and landed several massive body shots. The sport of boxing took a turn this past weekend. Fans around the world are now trying to figure out who the new champion should face next.
The sport of boxing moves fast. Young champions often want to stay busy and gain more exposure with dominant performances. Obviously, everyone now wants to see who the lightweight king will be taking on next. At , Haney is one of the top prospects in the division. If Haney is able to get past Gamboa next month, this would be an incredible fight.
Lopez spoke about this possible matchup to the media this week. A win for Lopez would earn him another belt. This bout is taking place on October 31st. Bovada, one of the best online sportsbooks in the US, is now offering odds on this bout. The lightweight division in boxing is arguably more competitive now than ever before. Teofimo Lopez proved that the young guns are able to take down the best fighters in the sport.
Most analysts still believe that the welterweight division is the best in boxing, though. There are a number of exciting welterweight matchups taking place over the next few months. One that many are excited about is the fight between Terence Crawford and Kell Brook. Crawford is considered by many to be the best boxer alive right now. He comes into this bout against Brook as the favorite. Just a few weeks later, a massive welterweight clash between Errol Spence Jr.
Spence is coming off a long layoff after his car crash, yet still comes in as the favorite. Who do you want to see Teofimo Lopez fight next? Which welterweight fight are you looking forward to the most this year? Thanks for your vote! We provide correct score prediction as well: Correct score prediction: 3 — 2. Welcome Bonus Get bonus. Who will win? Los Angeles FC 2. Last matches.
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