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Le Championnat - Marseille v Nice

Le Championnat - Marseille v Nice

Marseille finally managed to secure themselves a win in the new season last week which will have done wonders for the pressure being applied to manager, Marcelo Bielsa by both the fans and the press. Nice will not be fazed by this away trip having won on their last two visits to the Stade Velodrome, however Marseille will need to secure a home win not only for keeping the natives happy but also if they are to have any hope of catching league leaders Bordeaux.

La Liga - Valencia v Malaga

La Liga - Valencia v Malaga

Valencia dug in deep in the first game of the season and got a well deserved equaliser late on much to the annoyance of Sevilla. Not much more can please a manager and fans alike with opening performances that show the players are going to at least try and not give up. Malaga's opening wasn't as sedate as their opponent's with Luis Alberto missing a penalty, two players being shown a red card and a valid equaliser cancelled out by the officials. However they too showed strength in ranks and managed to run out winners however this Valencia side may have a bit more pace and flair than shown by the Bilbao side and history is not on their side with their last point here coming in 2009.

US Open - Tomic v Ferrer

US Open - Tomic v Ferrer

Despite numerous difficulties, Spain's David Ferrer managed to get himself into the second round of the US Open where he takes on Australia's Bernard Tomic. The pair have met three times on the Pro Tour with the Spaniard leading 2-0. Dig deeper and history doesn't tell a pretty tale for Tomic, who has failed to take a single set of Ferrer. This should however be an interesting encounter from two players looking to finish the close season with some form.

Deutsche Bank Championship

Deutsche Bank Championship

Whilst the global focus has been predominantly stuck on Rory McIlroy, quietly stalking every tournament, but not winning one, has been the much experienced Jim Furyk. His last five outings have produced finishes no worse than T-15 with an impressive 19 out of 20 rounds have been under par. He now takes on an impressive field of in-form opponents having never missed a cut here, ranking 6th in the FedEx Cup and world standings feeling confident that it's "his time". With many of the players featured also paying close attention to their Ryder Cup hopes, this should be an attacking display by a huge field.

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