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Checkout Top Teams That Are Likely To Lose Their Match Today

The top fixtures for today are going to be very exciting and captivating. We all know how low class teams are improving by the day. Teams like Brentford and Brighton are showing no signs of stopping as they struggle for at least, the Europa League spot. In regards to today's fixtures, these are the top teams that are likely to get defeated.

1. Real Madrid:

Since the 20th century, Real Madrid has played 183 El Classico matches against Barcelona in the Spanish League, 246 in all competitions. We all know how Barcelona struggled at the beginning of the season and how they are putting efforts to improve. They might win Real Madrid in order to boost their chances of finishing in the top four.

2. Liverpool:

With the way things are going, we all can deduce that Liverpool has not lost a single match this season, while Manchester United has lost two and drawn two. We all know how Cristiano Ronaldo shows up in time of need. He can make himself available and provide goals when needed to give his team the victory.

3. PSG:

We all saw the moment Paris Saint Germain were destroyed by Rennes. The same thing can happen in their match against Marseille. Why do I say so? I supported Marseille because with the presence of Lionel Messi, PSG players will all shift their focus and change their gameplay. Instead of creating chances for everybody, they might just focus on directing all their balls to Messi, who might not be in a good position to score. Most times, they leave him to do the dribbling alone, which is not good.

4. Inter Milan:

Without Lukaku, Inter Milan are not certain of a Serie A title win this season. Juventus on the other hand are gradually gaining their balance in the Italian League. This game might be a draw but I strongly believe that Juventus will have the upper hand.

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