Chelsea will put their focus on the FA Cup as they take Championship side Middlesbrough as they hunt for a semi-final spot.
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Middlesbrough vs Chelsea
Chelsea beat Luton 3-2 to make it to the quarters while Middlesbrough set a record after beating Tottenham 1-0. Middlesbrough has beaten Chelsea twice in their last ten meetings, a defeat that came back in 2006.
Their most recent meeting was in the season 2016/17 where Chelsea completed a double over Middlesbrough in the Premier League.
The Blues have at least scored a goal in their last four matches in all competition. They will be up against a determined Middlesbrough side but Thomas Tuchel’s men remain the favourites heading into the clash.
Tip: Chelsea win
Napoli vs Udinese
In Serie A, Napoli will be aiming to go above Inter Milan when they host Udinese at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona. Napoli has only lost a single game in their last eight matches in the domestic league while Udinese has tasted defeat three times.
Udinese has failed to beat Napoli in the last ten meetings in all competitions.
At least three goals have been scored in their last four meetings in all competitions.
Tip: Over 2.5 / BTTS / Napoli win
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Both Teams To Score
- Napoli vs Udinese – Yes
- KAS Eupen – KV Mechelen – Yes
- RFC Seraing – Oud-Heverlee Leuven – Yes
- Melbourne City – Melbourne Victory – Yes
- HNK Gorica – HNK Rijeka – Yes
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