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On Wednesday night we think we can cash in a four-match accumulator.
In the Premier League, bottom club Portsmouth travel to Fulham with the south coasters looking to prove that they aren’t already consigned to relegation having picked up just one point from their last four League games and sitting five points adrift at the foot of the table. Not only do Portsmouth head to Fulham on poor current form, but historically Pompey have failed to beat the Cottagers in their last four attempts.
Over in Holland, league leaders PSV suffered their first defeat in 39 matches last week when they lost 3-nil at home to Feyenoord in the cup, and that was followed by a lacklustre 0-0 at Vitesse last Saturday. Next up for the Eindhovers is the visit of sixth-placed Utrecht, with the visitors also struggling for form having drawn three and lost one of their previous four matches.
Staying with league action across Europe, second-place Benfica will aim to claim top spot in Portugal on Wednesday when fifth-placed Uniao Leiria arrive at the Stadium of Light. The Eagles are currently locked in a neck-and-neck battle with Braga at the top of Liga Sagres, but having won 12 of the last 13 home matches in all competitions, Benfica will are the favourites against Uniao, who themselves are going great guns with four wins out of their last five matches in the league.
Lastly, cup action returns to Scotland on Wednesday as Rangers take on St. Johnstone in the CIS Cup semi-final at Hampden Park. Without a win against the Gers since 2006, and with a miserable overall record of losing 44 of the 51 occasions the two teams have clashed, finding hope for the visitors is far from easy. And after Rangers easily beat St. Johnstone 3-nil in the league back in December, anything other than a win for Rangers would be a major, major shock.