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Under Janne Anderson, Sweden have been a steadily improving team, and they showed considerable resilience to emerge from a tough World Cup Group last summer. They reached the quarter-finals before going out to England but went on to top a potentially tricky Nations League group in the autumn.
They aren't the most creative side in European football, but they are rock-solid at the back and shouldn't have too much trouble containing a Romanian team that has been hit by injury withdrawals and looks short on goals.
Bet 2: Back Chennai to beat Bangalore at 1.83
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Chennai have been the most successful team in the tournament's history. They've reached the final 7 times out of 11, lifting the trophy on three occasions, most recently in 2018. They have retained most of that successful squad and once again have a solid batting core and a varied array of bowling options.
By contrast, the Royal Challengers have regularly flattered to deceive, despite having the destructive Chris Gayle in their ranks for most of their history. Although Gayle has moved on, their top order remains strong, but with Marcus Stoinis and Nathan Coulter-Nile still away on international duty, they lack Chennai's batting depth, and I think the reigning champions can make a winning start this weekend.
Bet 3: Back Rabbitohs to beat Dragons at 2.10
St George Illawara Dragons suffered a 24-12 defeat in North Queensland in their opening NRL game, and the Dragons have been further weakened ahead of Saturday's fixture by the absence of Tyson Frizell.
More worrying than the result for Dragons fans was the fact that their much-vaunted pack lost the forward battle with the Cowboys, allowing the likes of Josh McGuire and Jason Taumalolo to make significant inroads.
They could be up against it again on Saturday against a resurgent South Sydney. The Rabbitohs made a fine start under new coach Wayne Bennett, playing with freedom and confidence as they beat the Roosters 26-16. A repetition of that form should be enough to beat the Dragons and I'm backing them to bag another win.
Total Odds for this multiple: [6.73] Remember, multiple prices are based on our Sportsbook product, so any winnings are exempt from commission.