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Synonyms for head-to-head

involving two persons


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inconclusive as to outcome

even or close in a race or competition or comparison

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"It is head-to-heads that get people up, it's what excites people.
However, before trying to claw back the head-to-head difference following a 2-0 loss at Camp Nou in December, Real Madrid must concentrate on obtaining maximum points to pile the pressure on the long-time leaders.
The head-to-head results are the first criteria if sides finish level on points.
"That means we have to think about head-to-heads now, they could be crucial.
Qualified for final 60 at first entry stage with +21.63 Second-highest scoring loser in the heats with +23.50 Won his Round Two grouping with -2.00 Beat Colin Ross in Round Three head-to-head (+10.50 v -30.00)Nap Bahara (SP Forecast 10-1) 3.20 Salisbury Next best Dylan Thomas (3-1) 1.40 Salisbury Treble Masta Plasta (7-1) 2.10 York
The two head-to-heads see confident Mitch Lewis drawn against canny Jim Watkins, while the cautiously optimistic Stephen Boyd faces a tough, come- from-behind opponent in Andrew Brown.
Jim Watkins and Stephen Boyd both played safe in going for for a short-priced nap, Succession, but were rewarded with a 4-5 winner to take them further clear in their respective head-to-heads.
Head-to-heads: Roddick leads 2-0 (2003 Masters Cup (Houston) hard 6-3 6-7 6-3; 2002 Houston clay 6-3 2-6 6-2.
Ajax, who trail Zagreb on head-to-heads, can finish no higher than second.