SOCCER 10 POOL OF THE DAY
Friday 10 September
Wayne Rooney’s Derby Country travel to meet Birmingham City in the Championship looking for a third successive away win at St Andrews’ Stadium and a chance to move up the standings. More details at www.soccer6.co.za
M1 Brondby vs Silkeborg: Champions Brondby have made a slow start to the defence of their Danish title with seven points from seven games. Silkeborg have won three of their past five internationals.
M2 Roda JC Kerkrade vs NAC Breda: The last two meetings between these two Dutch second division club were both high scoring draws.
M3 Benevento vs Lecce: Benevento have won twice in 10 past clashes with Lecce, with five losses and three draws. This is the third game of the new Serie B season for both.
M4 Club Brugge vs KV Oostende: Champions Brugge were handed a 6-1 thumping by Ghent in their last league game. Oostende have lost their last two outings in the Belgian league.
M5 Derry City vs Finn Harps: Finn Harps beat Derry 1-0 in the cup at the end of last month but are now away to them in the league.
M6 Drogheda United vs Bohemians: Both clubs have 34 points in the Irish league but Drogheda have played four games more. Bohemians beat Drogheda 5-0 at home in June.
M7 Sligo Rovers vs St Patrick’s Athletic: Sligo Rovers vs St Patrick’s Athletic: Rovers are third in the Irish league but 11 points behind second placed St Pats, who have played two games more. St Pats are unbeaten in their past nine clashes against Sligo.
M8 Birmingham City vs Derby County: Both clubs have posted a single victory in their past five outings. Birmingham have lost their last two home games to Derby, conceding seven goals.
M9 Lorient vs Lille: Lorient lost 4-1 the last time they hosted Lille, who went on to become French champions, in February. This season both clubs have five points from their opening four games.
M10 Sporting Gijon vs Leganes: Leganes sit in second from last place in the Spanish second division with only two points while hosts Gijon are top of the table with 10 out of a possible 12 points.
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