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Wednesday European Football Predictions For 20th April, 2022 that you can depend on (30 odds).

The major European Football Leagues are winding up as it is gradually coming to an end. Some teams are playing to win the title, some are competing for a Champions League spot, Europa League spot, and Europa Conference League spot, while those that performed below expectations are competing for relegation survival. Go ahead and view the predictions for today.

1. Manchester City vs Brighton

Liverpool are now the temporary league leaders following their much-needed and humiliating victory against Manchester United at Anfield. Manchester City are now below them with just 2 points and Manchester City can’t afford to let this league title slip off their fingers. Kyle Walker is injured while Kevin De Bruyne and Ilkay Gündogan remain doubtful.

Brighton seems to have been resurgent so far as they are now unbeaten in their last 3 matches. Even with this form, the home side should be able to secure a comfortable win and over 2.5 goals and come on board

Key Fact

Man City have beaten Brighton in 9 of their previous 10 meetings in all competitions.

Prediction: Manchester City will win.

2. Chelsea vs Arsenal

Chelsea, despite the internal crises going on for them, have surprisingly done marvelously well and i am sure many clubs in their condition may not survive it. They crashed out of the Champions League but have beaten Crystal Palace to book their place in the FA Cup final with Liverpool. 

Arsenal, on the other hand, has been performing poorly recently and they are now in a must-win situation as losing this match means losing their Champions League ambition. 

Arsenal will give Chelsea tough time but I believe Chelsea will find a way to squeeze in one or two goals.

With this, Chelsea will either win in first half or in the second half. 

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