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EUROPA LEAGUE TRIPLE ACCA HITS!

EUROPA LEAGUE TRIPLE ACCA HITS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the Europa League 2018/2019 leg 1 of the group stage!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Celtic to Win
Celtic – Rosenborg

Sporting Portugal to Win
Sporting Portugal – Qarabag

RC Genk to Win
RC Genk – Malmo FF

 


The games end in the following results:

Celtic 1 – 0 Rosenborg
Celtic and Rosenborg face each other in round 1 of the 2018/2019 Europa League campaign in the replay of the Champions League clash played earlier this term. Last time out the Hoops recorded a routine win over the Norwegian champions, but Brendan Rodgers’ men were struggling to break the deadlock in Thursday’s football match. There were no goals in the first half of the game at Celtic Park, but the Scottish side eventually managed to turn their dominance into goal. Leigh Griffiths latched on to a terrific cross in the 87th minute and got his head on the ball to score the only goal of the match. The Hoops did well to defend their lead in the remainder of the game. Celtic’s win is well deserved and it has to be noted that the hosts had 13 goal attempts during the match.

87′ Leigh Griffiths 1 – 0

Sporting Portugal 2 – 0 Qarabag
As expected, Sporting defeated Qarabag in the opening match of their Europa League campaign, but the Lions’ performance in the first half of the game was anything but impressive. The Portuguese side were struggling to break the deadlock and it has to be noted that Qarabag striker Innocent Emeghara missed a clear-cut opportunity to score in the 27th minute. The Lions, though, were on top of their game in the second half and they quickly took the lead. Raphinha scored the opener from close range after 54 minutes, with former Manchester United winger Nani providing an assist. Sporting continued to dominate the match, with the team scoring the second in the 88th minute. Jovane Cabral set up the final score of the game (2-0), showing brilliant composure inside the box to fire into the bottom right corner. You should bear in mind that Qarabag had no more than 5 goal attempts in the 2-0 loss to Sporting.

54′ Raphinha 1 – 0
88′ Jovane Cabral 2 – 0

RC Genk 2 – 0 Malmo FF

37′ Leandro Trossard 1 – 0
71′ Mbwana Samata 2 – 0

 


 

 

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PREMIER LEAGUE ACCA COMES IN!

PREMIER LEAGUE ACCA COMES IN!

The accumulator special was focused on two games being played in the Premier League and one game being played in the La Liga!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Chelsea to Win
Chelsea – Bournemouth

Arsenal to Win
Cardiff City – Arsenal

Liverpool to Win
Leicester City – Liverpool

 


The games end in the following results:

Chelsea 2 – 0 Bournemouth
Bournemouth travelled to Stamford Bridge hoping to carry on their good from at the start of the season. But it wasn’t to be. Chelsea manager has brushed away all critics by winning their three opening matches. Bournemouth coach Howe made three changes from last weekend, bringing in new signings Lerma and Rico into the starting eleven and Francis instead of Daniels. Chelsea made one change putting Willian in instead of Pedro. Not much happened in the first half even if Chelsea did have more of the ball. Then, only seven minutes after replacing Willian, Pedro got a lucky deflection and scored a goal to give Chelsea the lead in the 72nd minute. Chelsea never looked back after that, especially after Hazard was rewarded for his good play by placing the ball past the Bournemouth goalkeeper Begovic in minute 85. That secured the win and all three points for the Blues making it four out of four at the start of the season.

72′ Pedro 1 – 0
85′ Eden Hazard

Cardiff City 2 – 3 Arsenal
Early noon on Sunday, before kick-off, Neil Warnock had hoped that his side could take advantage of Arsenals current problems. Danny Ward made his first start in the Premier League for Cardiff. Arsenal coach Unai Emery brought back Mesut Ozil on the left and Alexandre Lacazette in attack in place of Henrikh Mkhitaryan. It all started with Mustafi’s header in the 12th minute giving Arsenal the lead. Then, just before the break, in the 47th minute, Camarasa scored to even the score at 1:1. In the 62nd minute Aubameyang scored a beautiful goal form all of 20 yards to give Arsenal their 2nd lead of the match. But, eight minutes later, Ward celebrated his premiership start with a 2nd equalizer for Cardiff giving them hope that they could turn this around. However, Lacazette had other ideas, scoring a powerful goal in the 81st minute giving Arsenal a much welcomed away win.

11′ Shokdran Mustafi 0 – 1
45′ Victor Camarasa 1 – 1
62′ Patrick Aubameyang 1 – 2
70′ Danny Ward 2 – 2
81′ Alexandre Lacazette 2 – 3

Leicester City 1 – 2 Liverpool
Liverpool haven’t won in the opening four games of the season since 1990.  Leicester City had to play without Vardy who was serving the last of his three-match suspension. They also gave Rachid Ghezzal a start instead of Kelechi Iheanacho. Liverpool’s skipper Henderson got the nod instead of Keita, who had been brilliant so far. Liverpool were quick out of the gates with Salah missing a great chance before Mane managed to score his 4th of the season in the 10th minute. Liverpool kept on attacking and finally got their second just before the break, courtesy of a nicely placed Firminho header. Things changed in the 2nd half with Leicester having more of the ball, forcing Allison to make a mistake in the 63rd minute and concede Liverpool’s first goal of the season. Liverpool held on to win 2:1 and continue their great start of the season. Klopp was afterwards happy Allison made the mistake because now he knows it can never happen again.

10′ Sadio Mane 0 – 1
45′ Roberto Firmino 0 – 2
63′ Rachid Ghezzal 1 – 2

 


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SECOND ACCA IN A ROW LANDS!

SECOND ACCA IN A ROW LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on two games being played in the Premier League and one game being played in the La Liga!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Chelsea to Win
Newcastle United – Chelsea

Arsenal to Win
Arsenal – West Ham United

Real Madrid to Win
Girona – Real Madrid

 


The games end in the following results:

Newcastle United 1 – 2 Chelsea

76′ Eden Hazard 0 – 1
83′ Joselu 1 – 1
87′ DeAndre Yedlin 1 – 2

Arsenal 3 – 1 West Ham United

25′ Marko Arnautovic 0 – 1
30′ Nacho Monreal 1 – 1
70′ Issa Diop 2 – 1
90′ Danny Welbeck 3 – 1

Girona 1 – 4 Real Madrid

17′ Borja Garcia 1 – 0
39′ Sergio Ramos 1 – 1
52′ Karim Benzema 1 – 2
59′ Gareth Bale 1 – 3
80′ Karim Benzema 1 – 4

 


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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FOLD ARRIVES!

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FOLD ARRIVES!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the Champions League qualifiers!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Dinamo Zagreb to Win
Dinamo Zagreb – FC Astana

Red Bull Salzburg to Win
Shkendija – Red Bull Salzburg

Ajax to Win
Ajax – St. Liege

 


The games end in the following results:


Dinamo Zagreb 1 – 0 FC Astana
As expected, Dinamo Zagreb booked their place in the Champions League final qualifying round. The Croatian champions did well to defend their two-goal lead in the tie against Astana, with the team recording yet another victory over the Kazakhs at their Stadion Maksimir. There were no goals in the first half of the match and, as expected, the visitors went all-out attack in the second half. As a result, Dinamo Zagreb had a number of opportunities to score on the break and they eventually broke the deadlock after 74 minutes. Mario Gavranovic found the net for the hosts with a header inside the right post, setting up the final score of the match. Astana tried their best to level the score in the remainder of the match, but they were more than unfortunate to do so as key attacker Junior Kabananga hit the crossbar in the stoppage time.

74′ Mario Gavranovic 1 – 0

Shkendija 0 – 1 Red Bull Salzburg
Salzburg recorded a routine win over Shkendija in Austria in the first leg of the Champions League third qualifying round and they were widely expected to defend their three-goal lead in the return leg in Skopje. Salzburg missed several clear-cut chances to score in the first half of the match, but they continued to dominate the game in the second half. And when everybody expected that two teams would play out a goalless draw at Philip II Arena, Minamino scored the winner for the visitors in the stoppage time. Skhendija defender committed a dreadful error, which eventually helped Salzburg record yet another win in this double-header. Taking everything into account, the Red Bulls totally deserve to make it to the Champions League final qualifying round, where they face Serbian champions Crvena Zvezda. It has to be noted, though, that Shkendija had 17 goal attempts in the 1-0 loss to Salzburg.

90′ Takumi Minamino 0 – 1

Ajax 3 – 0 St. Liege
Ajax were on the verge of beating Standard in Liege in the first leg of the Champions League third qualifying round, but they eventually dropped a two-goal advantage in the Stade Maurice Dufrasne clash. The match ended in a 2-2 draw and, as a result, the Amsterdammers were considered hot favourites to win the double-header against the Belgian outfit. Ajax took the return leg very seriously, with the team taking a two-goal lead after 34 minutes. Huntelaar scored the opener for the hosts in the 30th minute of the match, with de Ligt doubling Ajax’s lead four minutes later. Neres then put the icing on the cake on a very successful night, with the pacey winger setting up the final score of the match (3-0) one minute into the second half. Taking everything into account, Ajax’s victory is well deserved.

30′ Klaas Jan Huntelaar 1 – 0
34′ Matthijs de Ligt 2 – 0
46′ David Neres 3 – 0


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PREMIER LEAGUE ACCA HITS!

PREMIER LEAGUE ACCA HITS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the Premier League round 1 opener!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Man United to Win
Man United –  Leicester City

Chelsea to Win
Huddersfield Town – Chelsea

Liverpool to Win
Liverpool – West Ham United

 


The games end in the following results:


Man United 2 – 1 Leicester City
Despite the fact that Jose Mourinho could not count on several first-team regulars for the opening match of the season, Manchester United did well to beat Leicester City at their Old Trafford. The Red Devils took the lead after just three minutes, with Paul Pogba scoring the opener from the penalty kick. Manchester United continued to dominate the game in the second half and ten minutes before the final whistle Luke Shaw doubled their lead. The left-back scored his first ever goal for the Red Devils in the Premier League, but that was not the final score of the match as Jamie Vardy scored a consolation goal for the Foxes. The experienced attacker found the net in the dying seconds of the match, meaning that there was no time left for Leicester City to spoil Manchester United’s party at Old Trafford.

3′ Paul Pogba 1 – 0
83′ Luke Shaw 2 – 0
90′ Jamie Vardy 2 – 1

Huddersfield Town 0 – 3 Chelsea
Huddersfield Town and Chelsea faced each other at Kirklees Stadium on the opening day of the season. Even though many people expected that the Terriers would make life difficult for the Blues, Maurizio Sarri’s men made a flying start to the season. Chelsea took the lead after 34 minutes, with N’Golo Kante finding the net from inside the box. 11 minutes later the Blues doubled their lead, with summer signing Jorginho scoring from the penalty spot for the visitors. Maurizio Sarri’s team continued to dominate the game and ten minutes before the final whistle Pedro set up the final score of the match (0-3). Eden Hazard found the Spanish winger, who beautifully chipped the ball over the goalkeeper. Huddersfield Town failed to impress in their opener, with the team having no more than one shot on target during the match. Taking everything into account, Chelsea’s victory is well deserved.

34′ N’Golo Kante 0 – 1
45′ Jorginho 0 – 2
80′ Pedro 0 – 3

Liverpool 4 – 0 West Ham United
Liverpool continue where they left last season. The Reds kicked off the new Premier League campaign in style, with the team rolling over West Ham United at their Anfield. The team’s top scorer from last season Mohamed Salah opened the scoring after 19 minutes, with left-back Robertson providing his first assist of the season. Sadio Mane doubled Liverpool’s lead on the stroke of half-time and, to make things even worse for the Hammers, the Senegal international scoring his second goal of the match 8 minutes into the second half. Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp then made three changes and Daniel Sturridge, who came as a substitute for Mohamed Salah, put the game to bed in the 88th minute. The Reds totally deserved to pick up all three points from the match as they had 18 goal attempts (8 on target) during the game.

19′ Mohamed Salah 1 – 0
45′ Sadio Mane 2 – 0
53′ Sadio Mane 3 – 0
88′ Daniel Sturridge 4 – 0


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MIDWEEK TWO FOLD LANDS!

MIDWEEK TWO FOLD LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the Champions League 2018/2019 qualifiers!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Ajax to Win
Sturm Graz  1 – 2 Ajax

Crvena Zvezda to Win
Suduva 0 – 2 Crvena Zvezda

 


The games end in the following results:

Sturm Graz 1 – 3 Ajax
Sturm and Ajax faced each other at Merkur-Arena in the Champions League second qualifying round, return leg. The Amsterdammers won the first leg 2-0 and thanks to Huntelaar’s goal in the 39th minute of the second leg they moved one step closer to booking their place in the third qualifying round. Summer signing Dusan Tadic doubled Ajax’s lead three minutes into the second half and to make things even better for the visitors, Huntelaar scored his second goal of the match after 77 minutes to make it 3-0. Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana then gave Sturm fans something to cheer about as he scored an own goal in the dying minutes of the match. There was no more time left for the score to be changed and, taking everything into account, the better side made it to the Champions League third qualifying round. Ajax will face Standard Liege in the double-header.

39′ Klaas Jan Huntelaar 0 – 1
48′ Dusan Tadic 0 – 2
77′ Klaas Jan Huntelaar 0 – 3
89′ Andre Onana 1 – 3

Suduva 0 – 2 Crvena Zvezda
Crvena Zvezda did well to crush Suduva 3-0 at their Rajko Mitic stadium in the first leg of the Champions League second qualifying round, first leg and, as expected, the Serbian champions managed to defend their big lead in the return leg. The Serbs took the lead after eight minutes, with former Olympiakos attacker Ben scoring the opener from long range. Vladan Milojevic’s men continued to dominate the game and seven minutes before half-time break the visitors doubled their lead. Pacey winger Nemanja Radonjic scored a beautiful goal from inside the box to put the game to bed. There were no clear-cut opportunities in the second half of the match as the Serbs decided to slow the tempo of the game. Taking everything into account, Crvena zvezda totally deserved to set up a meeting with Spartak Trnava in the Champions League third qualifying round.

8′ Ben Nabouhane 0 – 1
38′ Nemanja Radonjic

 


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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE TREBLE LANDS!

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE TREBLE LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the Champions League 2018/2019 qualifiers!

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Videoton FC to Win
Videoton FC 2 – 1 F91 Dudelange

Rosenborg to Win
Rosenborg 3 – 1 Valur

FC Astana to Win
Sutjeska 0 – 2 FC Astana

 


The games end in the following results:

Videoton FC 2 – 1 F91 Dudelange

18′ Danko Lazovic 1 – 0
54′ Clement Couturier 1 – 1
58′ Loic Nego 2 – 1

Rosenborg 3 – 1 Valur

55′ Nicklas Bendtner 1 – 0
72′ Anders Trondsen 2 – 0
85′ Freyr Sigurdsson 2 – 1
90′ Nicklas Bendtner 3 – 1

Sutjeska 0 – 2 Astana

38′ Djordje Despotovic 0 – 1
65′ Serikzhan Muzhikov 0 – 2


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HATTRICK WORLD CUP ACCA LANDS!

HATTRICK WORLD CUP ACCA LANDS!

The accumulator special was focused on two games being played in the World Cup 2018

We have recommended the following accumulator:

France to Win
France 4 – 2 Croatia

Belgium to win the bronze medal
Belgium 2 – 0 England

 


The games end in the following results:

France 4 – 2 Croatia
Thanks to a 4-2 win over Croatia France won their second trophy at the FIFA World Cup finals. Despite the fact that the Croats dominated the first half, France took the lead after 18 minutes, with Mario Mandzukic scoring an own goal. Ten minutes later Ivan Perisic scored a beautiful goal to level the score, but Croatia’s celebration did not last long. Antoine Griezman sent an unstoppable penalty past Croatia goalkeeper Danijel Subasic in the 38th minute of the match to make it 2-1. In the second half of the match France totally outplayed Luka Modric and Co, with both Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe finding the net for les Tricolores. In the 69th minute of the match France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris made a huge mistake which helped Mario Mandzukic score the second goal for the Croats and set up the final score of the 2018 World Cup final.

18′ Mario Mandzukic 1 – 0
28′ Ivan Perisic 1 – 1
38′ Antoine Griezmann 2 – 1
59′ Paul Pogba 3 – 1
65′ Kylian Mbappe 4 – 1
69′ Mario Mandzukic 4 – 2

Belgium 2 – 0 England
Belgium and England faced each other in the 2018 FIFA World Cup third place play-offs. Belgium took the lead after four minutes, with Thomas Meunier opening the scoring for the Red Devils. Nacer Chadli played a terrific cross over to the PSG right-back, who found some space inside the box to put the ball into back of the net. The Belgians continued to dominate the match and eight minutes later Kevin de Bruyne wasted a huge opportunity to double the lead. There were no too many clear-cut opportunities to score in the second half of the match, but the Three Lions could have scored the equalizer on two occasions. Eric Dier wasted a golden opportunity to level the score in the 70th minute, with Harry Maguire planting the header that went a whisker wide of the left post four minutes later. Belgium eventually scored the second, with Eden Hazard setting up the final score of the match (2-0) in the 82th minute.

4′ Thomas Meunier 1 – 0
82′ Eden Hazard 2 – 0


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WORLD CUP STREAK CONTINUES!

WORLD CUP STREAK CONTINUES!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the World Cup 2018

We have recommended the following accumulator:

England to go Through
Sweden – England

Croatia to go Through
Russia – Croatia

 


The games end in the following results:

Sweden 0 – 2 England
Even though many people expected that Sweden would make life difficult for England in the 2018 World Cup quarter-finals, the Three Lions booked their place in the semis of the showpiece tournament without any difficulties. Gareth Southgate’s troops took the lead in the 30th minute of the match, with centre back Harry Maguire heading the ball home after corner kick. The Swedes started the second half well, with the team creating a great opportunity to score in the 47th minute. However, Jordan Pickford did well to save Marcus Berg’s header, who rose above the opponent’s defence. England then created several chances to double their lead before Dele Alli made it 2-0 after 60 minutes. Sweden midfielder Viktor Claesson unleashed a shot to the left post, which failed to beat the keeper. England managed to defend their two-goal lead and they totally deserved to make it to the World Cup semi-finals.

30′ Harry Maguire 0 – 1
59′ Dele Alli 0 – 2

Croatia 2 – 2 Russia (Croatia wins after penalties)
Russia and Croatia faced each other at Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi in the quarter-finals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Croatia missed a couple of good chances to score in the first ten minutes of the match, with Ante Rebic failing to break the deadlock. Russia were waiting for their chance and after 31 minutes they scored the opener in style. Denis Cheryshev scored a brilliant goal from long range after Artem Dzyub passed him the ball, but Russia’s celebration did not last long. Eight minutes before the half-time break Mario Mandzukic picked out Andrej Kramaric, with the Hoffenheim attacker scoring the equalizer with a fine header. Both teams then decided to slow down the tempo of the match, which eventually went into extra-time. The Croats scored first in the extra-time, with Domagoj Vida planting a header inside the right post. Nonetheless, Mario Fernandes did well to level the score (2:2) in the 115th minute of the game. Zlatko Dalic’s men eventually won the penalty shoot-out lottery and set up a meeting with England in the World Cup semis.

31′ Denis Cheryshev 1 – 0
39′ Andrej Kramaric 1 -1
101′ Domagoj Vida 1 – 2
115′ Mario Fernandes 2 – 2

Penalty shoot-out
Fedor Smolov 0 – 1 Marcelo Brozovic
Alan Dzagoev 1 – 1 Mateo Kovacic
Mario Fernandes 1 – 2 Luka Modric
Sergei Ignashevich 2 – 3 Domagoj Vida
Daler Kuzyaev 3 – 4 Ivan Rakitic


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PICKFORD HELPS OUR ACCA!

PICKFORD HELPS OUR ACCA!

The accumulator special was focused on three games being played in the World Cup 2018

We have recommended the following accumulator:

Belgium to Win✓ 
Belgium – Japan

England to go Through
Colombia – England

Brazil to Win
Brazil – Mexico

 


The games end in the following results:

Belgium 3 – 2 Japan
Despite being regarded as hot favourites to beat Japan in the 2018 FIFA World Cup last 16, Belgium experienced all sorts of problems at the back in Monday’s football match against the Samurai Blue, who took the lead three minutes into the second half. Haraguchi scored the opener for Japan, with Inui doubling their lead four minutes later. However, Belgium coach then made two crucial changes, with Fellaini and Chadli coming as substitutes. Jan Vertonghen’s header helped the Red Devils get back into the game in the 69th minute and five minutes later Fellaini scored the equalizer for Roberto Martinez’s troops. When everybody in the stadium expected that the match will go into extra-time, Nacer Chadli scored the winner for Belgium from close range. It has to be noted that Keisuke Honda could have helped Japan make it to the quarter-finals in the third minute of the stoppage time, but Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois did well to deny his long-range free kick.

48′ Genki Haraguchi 0 – 1
52′ Takashi Inui 0 – 2
69′ Jan Vertonghen 1 – 2
74′ Marouane Fellaini 2 – 2
90′ Nacer Chadli 3 – 2

Colombia 1 – 1 England (England wins after penalties)
Colombia and England faced each other at Otkrytiye Arena in Moscow in the last 16 of the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals. The Three Lions broke the deadlock after 57 minutes, with Harry Kane scoring the opener from the penalty spot. Gareth Southgate’s men then decided to defend their lead and they were on the verge of beating los Cafeteros in the regular time. However, the Colombians decided not to give up on their quarter-final dream and Barcelona defender Jerry Mina scored the equalizer in the dying minutes of the match. Both sides missed a couple of chances to score the winner in the extra-time, but the winner was eventually decided in the penalty shoot-out. England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford saved Carlos Bacca’s penalty in round 5, with Eric Dier eventually helping the Three Lions book their place in the quarter-finals of the showpiece tournament.


57′ Harry Kane 0 – 1
90′ Yerry Mina 1 -1

Penalty shoot-out
Radamel Falcao 1 – 1 Harry Kane
Juan Cuadrado 2 – 2 Marcus Rashford
Luis Muriel 3 – 2 Jordan Henderson
Mateus Uribe 3 – 3 Kieran Trippier
Carlos Bacca 3 – 4 Eric Dier

Brazil 2 – 0 Mexico
A place in the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup was at stake when Brazil and Mexico faced each other at Cosmos Arena. The Mexicans played well in the first half of the match, but they eventually failed to turn their dominance into goals. However, the Brazilians dominated the second half of the game, with the South American giants opening the scoring after 51 minutes. Neymar scored the opener for the Selecao, with Willian missing a clear-cut opportunity to double Brazil’s lead eight minutes later. In the 88th minute of the match substitute Roberto Firmino put the game to bed, with the Liverpool attacker blazing home from close range. Raul Jimenez could have scored a consolation goal for Mexico in the dying seconds of the match, but the ball hit one of the defenders and bounced away. Taking everything into account, Brazil totally deserved to book their place in the quarter-finals of the showpiece tournament.

51′ Neymar 1 – 0
88′ Roberto Firmino 2 – 0


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