there's not much to choose between (two people or things)

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there's not much to choose between (two people or things)

There is no, negligible, or very little difference between two people or things. As far as how the two devices perform, there really isn't much to choose between them—the difference is almost entirely an aesthetic one. This year's Super Bowl should be a great game, as there's not much to choose between the Green Bay Packers and the Denver Broncos.
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Attacking-wise, there isn't much to choose between the two teams.
There isn't much to choose between these two Grand Final contenders, so backing a narrow home win may be the way to go.
In that respect, there isn't much to choose between Rangers and Celtic for this season's SPL title.
It's a word that even people in New Labour don't use any more and that I feel is one of the problems with the party, because there isn't much to choose between them and the Tories or the Liberal Democrats any more.
These days there isn't much to choose between the parties policywise so it's all about personalities.
The 27-year-old made his first start for the Kerry senior team in Sunday's win over Westmeath and having spent the last six weeks training with the panel, there isn't much to choose between what he experienced over a 10-year career with the Sydney Swans.
For the fact of the matter is there isn't much to choose between them.
To these folks, there isn't much to choose between a car and a refrigerator.
He's been working with Shuffling Kid on the gallops and there isn't much to choose between them.
Plumtree believes there isn't much to choose between the two centres but after careful consideration and having seen the former Rugby League man at close quarters, he thinks Gibbs has the edge.
They've also won an identical number of legs - 22 each - so there isn't much to choose between them heading to Brighton for Week Five.
There isn't much to choose between the sides with both located in the top four in their respective divisions.
Hopefully there will be no repeat of that," says McLoughlin, who is convinced that despite the superior status of Premiership Saints there isn't much to choose between the teams.
Seven points separate the Potters from Albion but player for player there isn't much to choose between the teams.
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