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|Date||Match||Tip||Odds||Ht / Ft|
|02.01.2016||Preston - Rotherham||2/1||26.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|09.01.2016||Sigma Olomouc - Ostrava||2/1||19.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|16.01.2016||Swindon - Crewe||2/1||23.00||HT 1:3 / FT 4:3|
|23.01.2016||Gillingham FC - Peterborough||2/1||26.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|30.01.2016||Charleroi - KV Mechelen||2/1||23.00||HT 1:2 / FT 3:2|
|06.02.2016||Birmingham - Sheffield Wed||1/2||29.00||HT 1:0 / FT 1:2|
|13.02.2016||Mersin - Galatasaray||1/2||21.00||HT 1:0 / FT 2:1|
|20.02.2016||postponed for next weekend||* * *||* * *||* * *|
|05.03.2016||St. Liege - Genk||2/1||26.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|12.03.2016||Fulham - Bristol City||1/2||29.00||HT 1:0 / FT 1:2|
|19.03.2016||Walsall - Colchester||2/1||21.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|26.03.2016||Clyde - Arbroath||1/2||30.00||HT 1:0 / FT 1:2|
|02.03.2016||Winterthur - Wil||1/2||26.00||HT 1:0 / FT 1:2|
|05.04.2016||Bristol City - Rotherham||2/X||15.00||HT 0:1 / FT 1:1|
|09.04.2016||Fulham - Cardiff||2/1||29.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|16.04.2016||Leeds - Reading||2/1||29.00||HT 0:1 / FT 3:2|
|19.04.2016||Barnet - Notts County||2/1||24.00||HT 0:1 / FT 3:1|
|23.04.2016||Nurnberg - Union Berlin||2/1||22.00||HT 0:2 / FT 6:2|
|30.04.2016||Barnet - Yeovil||1/2||30.00||HT 1:0 / FT 3:4|
|07.05.2016||Mouscron Peruwelz - Kortrijk||1/2||29.00||HT 1:0 / FT 2:3|
|14.05.2016||Oostende - Genk||2/1||26.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|21.05.2016||postponed for next weekend||* * *||* * *||* * *|
|28.05.2016||Rovaniemi - SJK||1/2||33.00||HT 1:0 / FT 2:3|
|04.06.2016||Sirius - Trelleborgs||2/1||22.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|11.06.2016||Akropolis - Carlstad||2/1||21.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|18.06.2016||SJK - HJK||1/2||33.00||HT 2:1 / FT 2:3|
|25.06.2016||Zrinjski (Bih) - RNK Split (Cro)||2/1||23.00||HT 0:1 / FT 4:2|
|02.07.2016||postponed for next weekend||* * *||* * *||* * *|
|09.07.2016||Gefle - Falkenbergs||1/2||34.00||HT 1:0 / FT 1:2|
|16.07.2016||Goias - Nautico||2/1||29.00||HT 1:2 / FT 4:2|
|23.07.2016||postponed for next weekend||* * *||* * *||* * *|
|30.07.2016||Mouscron - Anderlecht||1/2||23.00||HT 1:0 / FT 1:2|
|06.08.2016||Sporting B - Portimonense||1/2||33.00||HT 1:0 / FT 1:2|
|14.08.2016||Radnicki Nis - FK Crvena zvezda||1/2||23.00||HT 0:2 / FT 0:3|
|20.08.2016||Bolton - Fleetwood Town||2/1||23.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|27.08.2016||Sheffield Utd - Oxford Utd||2/1||26.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|03.09.2016||Colchester - Exeter||1/2||33.00||HT 2:1 / FT 2:3|
|10.09.2016||Anderlecht - Charleroi||2/1||21.00||HT 0:1 / FT 3:2|
|17.09.2016||Port Vale - Gillingham FC||2/1||29.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|24.09.2016||Millwall - Rochdale||1/2||33.00||HT 2:1 / FT 2:3|
|01.09.2016||Swansea - Liverpool||1/2||21.00||HT 1:0 / FT 1:2|
|08.10.2016||postponed for next weekend||* * *||* * *||* * *|
|22.10.2016||Hartlepool - Leyton Orient||1/2||22.00||HT 1:0 / FT 1:3|
|29.10.2016||Barnet - Hartlepool||2/1||26.00||HT 0:1 / FT 3:2|
|05.11.2016||Norwich - Leeds||1/2||31.00||HT 1:0 / FT 2:3|
|12.11.2016||Gillingham FC - Northampton||2/1||26.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|19.11.2016||Dep. La Coruna - Sevilla||1/2||26.00||HT 2:1 / FT 2:3|
|26.11.2016||Bordeaux - Dijon||2/1||24.00||HT 0:1 / FT 3:2|
|03.12.2016||Motherwell - Celtic||1/2||21.00||HT 2:0 / FT 3:4|
|10.12.2016||Heerenveen - Excelsior||2/1||20.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|17.12.2016||Kasimpasa - Besiktas||2/1||40.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|21.12.2016||postponed for next info||* * *||* * *||* * *|
|24.12.2016||postponed for next info||* * *||* * *||* * *|
|31.12.2016||East Fife - Livingston||2/1||29.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|07.01.2017||Stranraer - Alloa||1/2||26.00||HT 1:0 / FT 1:2|
|14.01.2017||Arbroath - Berwick||2/1||21.00||HT 0:1 / FT 4:1|
|21.01.2017||Mouscron - Lokeren||2/1||29.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|28.01.2017||Scunthorpe - Port Vale||2/1||21.00||HT 0:1 / FT 3:2|
|04.01.2017||Burton - Wolves||2/1||33.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|11.02.2017||Ath Bilbao - La Coruna||2/1||23.00||HT 0:1 / FT 2:1|
|14.02.2017||Luton - Hartlepool||2/1||23.00||HT 2:0 / FT 3:0|
|18.02.2017||Waregem - St. Truiden||2/1||21.00||HT 0:1 / FT 4:1|
|25.02.2017||????? - ?????||?/?||??.??||HT ?:? / FT ?:?|
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Bournemouth vs Man. City
|Both these teams iike to play attacking football,
also good to watch. However both defences
are pretty suspect so we should see goals here.
4 of Bournemouth’s last 5 games went
over 2.5 goals. They actually conceded at
least 2 in all fo those last 5. At home this season
they have been involved in some crazy games
like 4-3 v Liverpool, 6-1 vs Hull, 3-3 vs Arsenal.
|Interestingly 3/4 games so far at home to top 6 teams had over 3.5 goals.
Bournemouth’s offence also proved itself against the top teams so far scoring against Man Utd and 4 vs Liverpool and 3 vs Arsenal. Man City are hardly good at the back so no reason to suspect they cant score a few here.
3 of City’s last 5 away games went over 3.5 goals. The squad is obviously filled with talent. They scored 2+ in 9/12 away games this season.
City thrashed Bournemouth in their 3 previous top tier meetings 4-0 this season and 5-1 and 0-4 last season. I think goals are on the cards again here.
Stake: 9 / 10
Date: 13-02-17 21:00
ENGLAND: Premier League
Leeds vs Cardiff
|Despite my dislike for Leeds United I must
admit that I have been very impressed with
the job Gary monk is doing. Especially when
they are playing at Elland Road. Given how
strong they’ve been at home, it’s a surprise
they can be backed at Evens here and I
will certainly be taking the value odds on offer.
|At Elland Road Leeds have been rock solid all season. The home form has continued to be strong recently too. This run has seen Leeds winning all of their last six home outings to nil. They’ve won 67% of their Championship home games this term and only 3 sides have collected more points on their own ground than them. Despite losing two of their last four league games Leeds remain firmly in the promotion picture. It is worth noting that United’s recent league defeats were both on their travels, while since the 0-2 home reversal to Newcastle back in November and the most recent being an ill-tempered last minute loss to local rivals Huddersfield Town.
The run of wins should be noted because it hasn’t come against the weaker side in the table. Admittedly a 3-0 win over Rotherham had to be expected, but defeating the likes of promotion-chasing Derby and Reading, solid mid-table side Brentford, and a couple of huge clubs in Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest, all without conceding a goal, has been extremely impressive. The home side also boast one of the division’s leading marksman. Chris Wood has netted an outstanding 18 league goals already and has bagged 7 in his last 6 Championship appearances, so is still in fine touch in front of goal.
Cardiff have showns signs of improvement have managed to climb away from the relegation places but this season is a bit of a write off as Warnock looks to begin plans for a promotion push next season. Recently they have won three games in succession, but the reality is two of those victories came against clubs struggling against relegation, and since then they’ve lost three of their next four. This season they have only won 3 of their last 19 away Championship games and one of those was at rock bottom Rotherham, and another came at a Bristol City side who were in hopeless form and couldn’t buy a win. They average a meagre 0.93 points per game on their travels this season in the league and they have also managed to lose half of their away matches so far.
A much weaker, and not so fluent Leeds beat the Bluebirds 2-0 away from home in September, and now back at Elland Road, with momentum and this terrific home record, look a decent bet at even money to take all three points. Expect the inform Leeds to rack up a 7th straight win at Elland Road and continue their push for promotion.
Stake: 9 / 10
Date: 11-02-17 16:00
Marseille vs Guingamp
|In this Ligue 1 fixture Marseille will host Guingamp.
Marseille are 6th with 33 points. They have
|It was a pretty uneventful game, with Marseille having 71% possession but nothing to show for it. In the end Metz took all three points, as Jouffre scored in 82nd minute, only six minutes after coming on. For this game they will be without injured Diaby, Hubocan, Kamara and new signing Evra.
Guingamp are 8th with 31 points. They have been in poor form lately, recording only one win in the last six competitive games. That win came in Coupe de France against third division Les Herbiers, and only after extra time. When looking at their away record, they are winless in the last six league games, having two wins over the course of the whole season. In the last league match, they lost in Nice 3:1. It was a game in which Guingamp haven`t been far from Nice, but their defensive mistakes cost them in the end. They will be without injured Privat here.
Marseille are coming into this game as favourties, and rightfully so. They have been pretty convincing at home this season, and will surely want to get back on track after loss in the last match. Gunigamp have been nelow par lately, even losing to Caen at home without scoring a goal. Therefore I think that Marseille deserve favourites tag and that anyything except their win would be a surprise. Odds are solid considering everything and I will take them.
Stake: 9 / 10
Date: 08-02-17 21:00
FRANCE: Ligue 1
Reading vs QPR
|Reading was pretty lucky to walk away
with a 3:2 victory on the road against
Bristol City on previous Monday evening.
Looking at the chances created and
seriousness of it, the game was pretty
much balanced one, but the players
of Reading have dominated the game
so much more regarding the ball
possession and it’s control.
|Abraham brought the home team into double lead with goals in 27th and 47th minute (second one was from the penalty kick), while the visitors finally responded in 72nd minute via Kelly. Kermorgant scored two goals late into the match to completely revert the scoreline and secure their third victory in Championship in a row. The team now has fourty-six points earned which puts them on third position, just six points below second placed Newcastle and six points above seventh placed Derby. They have also suffered 4:0 defeat on the road on Saturday evening in FA Cup game against Manchester United using a bit rotated squad.
They won’t be able to count at central defender Paul McShane (22/2), plus midfielder Stephen Quinn (7/0) and forwards Deniss Rakels (2/0) and Callum Harriott (12/1).
QPR, on the other side, comes from a 2:1 home victory over Ipswich in the most recent Championship game played and similar to Reading, they were also lucky to celebrate the three pointer. They were the ones who took the lead in 30th minute via Sylla, while the players of Ipswich leveled up the result at the start of the second halftime via Lawrence.
Players of QPR weren’t that better actually, but were more decisive in last ten minutes, scoring a goal in 83rd minute via Wszolek. After this three pointer, QPR stands now at seventeenth position with five points more than relegating placed Blackburn and already far away from play-off positions (eleven points less than sixth placed Sheffield Wednesday). They were also excluded from the FA Cup competition last weekend, suffering 1:2 defeat at home against Blackburn using a bit rotated squad as well.
Offensive midfielder Tjaronn Chery (22/4) won’t be playing here, while injured remain central defender Steven Caulker (13/2) and left back Jack Robinson (4/0).
Reading have won 9 of their last 11 matches (Championship).
Reading is more quality side in my eyes and surely with more of individual quality in their roster. QPR is in some kind of rebuild of their squad at the moment and the home tea should be able to prevail here easy or hard.
Stake: 9 / 10
Date: 12-01-17 21:00