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    another question about sports.

    "That 0-0 draw in Barcelona means that if Chelsea win they will go through, but their opponents are in pretty good scoring form too!"

    I don't understand the blue part. Can you say that another way?

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    Re: another question about sports.

    Quote Originally Posted by goodsogi View Post
    "That 0-0 draw in Barcelona means that if Chelsea win they will go through, but their opponents are in pretty good scoring form too!"

    I don't understand the blue part. Can you say that another way?
    Their opponents are in rather good form for scoring well, too.
    pretty
    often means rather or quite.
    To be in good form
    means to be fit and well-trained, and having a good recent record of play.

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