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Internazionale vs Udinese (Serie A, 07.12.2014)

December 5, 2014 0 Betting, News, Predictions, Soccer

Udinese return to San Siro for the second time in as many weeks, but this time to face Internazionale Milano. The teams are separated by just one point in the table, and their form suggests the winner could be determined by individual sparks. Inter come from a defeat against AS Roma, while Udinese won against Cesena in Coppa Italia.

Inter changed managers, and while nobody expects Mancini to deliver instant great performances, the 11th place is surely not what the fans were expecting. As a matter of fact Inter are yet to win under Mancini, which could change on Sunday. Mancini is keeping Vidic on the bench due to a knee problem and rumours are the next one to hit the bench might end up being Icardi who has been under-performing. While Inter are undefeated in their 19 out of 21 matches at San Siro, Udinese failed to win in 12 out of 13 away matches.
Stramaccioni might want to get revenge on his former team, but Inter has had much more days to train as Udinese, with their Coppa de Italia match on Wednesday. Widmer is tipped to start instead of Domizzi who is suspended, and Udinese need to bounce back from the defeat against AC Milan if they want a good result. Di Natale keeps getting better with each game for a Udinese side that is used to struggle, yet sometimes deliver powerful performances.

Thew two teams have been alternating with the wins, and the last match ended in a goaless draw. Udinese was the team to send Inter home in Coppa Italia last season with a 1-0, and last time the visitors won at San Siro was back in 2013 with 3-0 win where Di Natale scored a brace. Unibet favors the hosts to win and gives them 1.45 odds to win, Udinese got 7.15 and a draw has 4.15. Both teams to score has 2.08 odds, under 3.5 goals 1.30, Inter for both halves 2.14, Udinese 11.15 and we’re betting 5 units on Di Natale to score with 4.20 odds from Unibet.

Sunderland vs Manchester City (Premier League Recap, 03.12.2014)

December 5, 2014 0 Betting, Recaps, Soccer


Result: +7,7 units, bet won

Newcastle vs Chelsea London (Premier League, 06.12.2014)

December 4, 2014 0 Betting, Predictions, Soccer

An injury hit Newcastle side will try to withstand Premier Leagues leaders’ attacks as Chelsea are expected at St. James’ Park. Chelsea proved to the naysayers last night that they indeed can play without an always tired, but efficient Diego Costa, and won with 3-0 against Tottenham, while Newcastle managed to come from behind a goal to get a draw against Burnley.

Tottenham had no chance against Chelsea who dominated most of the match, and while parking the bus they managed to be clinical in finishing their chances to score. Hazard, Drogba and Remy put into goals the superiority over a Spurs side that just looked hopeless overall. Jose Mourinho is satisfied with the way his team is performing, does not have to worry too much about the direct competitors and revealed that Cahill nearly avoided a serious injury upon being substituted after a clash with Vertonghen.
Newcastle are trying to get their campaign back on track, but their fixtures calendar does not allow for much room to work around injuries. Papiss Cisse is still experiencing pain after his knee-cap injury, but vowed to play against Chelsea. The good news is that Coloccini will return alongside with Sissoko and Colback, both after serving suspensions. Steven Taylor is confident in his team’s abilities to provide a good game, especially if Remy Cabella will get to feature from the start. Newcastle won twice in their last three head to head games, and will look to extend their unbeaten run since August when playing at home.

Ladbrokes gives Chelsea 1.53 odds to win
, Newcastle got 6.50 and a draw has 4.00 odds. Both teams to score has 2.05 odds, a goal band of more than four goals 3.10, Chelsea to lead after 60 minutes 1.75, Newcastle 5.75 and we’re betting 8 units on Chelsea to score in both halves with 2.37 odds form Ladbrokes.

Borussia Dortmund vs Hoffenheim (Bundesliga, 05.12.2014)

December 3, 2014 0 Betting, Predictions, Soccer

Bundesliga opens its 14th matchday with a highly interesting clash that promises not only goals, but also interesting odds for your betting markets. Borussia Dortmund host Hoffenheim at Westfallen Stadion in an attempt to win and escape the relegation zone they are currently residing at. The only issue is that Borussia Dortmund always had problems against Hoffenheim, and even when they were at their best, like Champions League finalists they lost 1-2 in Bundesliga, on home soil against them.

Hoffenheim reside on the 7th place in Bundesliga with 20 points, lost three matches in a row before winning in the last round against Hannover 96. The visitors know very well what’s at stake, but they will have to do so without Schipplock, Zuber and Schwegler, whose presence on the field is under doubt. They will try to compensate their absences by focusing on a very in-form Volland, Szalaia, Modeste and Elyounoussi who are the teams main goalscorers.
Borussia Dortmund has an extensive list of injuries, and some attribute their current form to Marco Reus’ absence, the playmaker being crucial to his team’s wins this season. Klopp will also be missing Sokratis, Hummels and Blaszczykowski, and neither player has a definite return date. Others attribute it to Bayern Munich’s mere presence on the football arena and it still does not explain Die Borrussen’s recent form. Against Eintracht Frankfurt, Dortmund was by far the better side, had the best chances to score, but Frankfurt was the more clinical side which allowed them to clinch an unexpected 2-0 win.

The hosts have conceded goals in 12 out of their 13 matches, and sometimes even two goals per game, which bodes well for your over/under bets. Statistics show that only one out of 17 shots on target from Borussia Dortmund reaches the net, and while Dortmund have the talent, they seem to have lost the self believe they used to be known for. Whereas Hoffenheim seem to have little to no problems in front of the goal, in the last three games they have scored seven goals and look poised to score some more on Friday.

Despite hitting rock bottom both literally and figuratively Borussia Dortmund are highly due for a win and 888sport gives them 1.52 odds to win as opposed to Hoffenheim’s 5.80. A draw looks to be the most popular bet with 4.30 odds. We are betting 8 units on Borussia Dortmund to score over 2.5 goals with 2.35 odds from 888sport, because if Hannover could do so against Hoffenheim so can the hosts. Firmino has 3.70 odds to score, Modeste 3.60 and Kevin Volland 3.70, while for Dortmund Aubameyang, Ramos and Immobile have 2.05 odds to score.

Sunderland vs Manchester City (Premier League, 03.12.2014)

December 2, 2014 0 Betting, Predictions, Soccer

Manchester City are due for a match up against Sunderland, the team which have caused them numerous problems in the past and are out to hinder their first place ambitions once again. Despite being on the 13th place Sunderland managed to hold to a frustrating 0-0 draw the current Premier League leaders, and while the Citizens have to thank them for the result, Sunderland will not be an easy prey.

The Citizens joined the invincible rank after the win against Bayern Munich, but if you look at their results in recent years against Sunderland, said result counts for nothing. Sergio Aguero is the key player the Citizens count on, seeing as Silva is still under doubt, and he’s the only playmaker able to both create and implement a chance to score. Sunderland will miss Giaccherini and Jones, while City will be without Mangala who got a red card ruing the weekend.
Dzeko, Kolarov and Kompany are also set to miss this crucial game, and while Sunderland come from three consecutive draws, a fourth one with 4.50 odds from Titan Bet looks like a long shot when taking into account Aguero’s 14 goals in the last 20 Premier League matches. Sunderland intend to take advantage of Manchester City’s defensive problems and continue the trend of winning with 1-0 when playing at home. Said result has 19.00 odds, while an outright Man City win has 1.48 odds, a Sunderland one 7.00 and a Sergio Aguero goal has 1.80 odds. For Sunderland Fletcher has 4.00 odds, Altidore 5.00 and Adam Johnson 5.50.

Both teams to score
has 1.75 odds, Manchester City to win both halves has 3.50 odds, Sunderland 31.00 and an odd number of goals 1.90. We are going to bet 7 units on Manchester City to score in both halves with 2.10 odds from Titan Bet.