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Europe - UEFA Champions League

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1. BATE  vs.  
Bayer Leverkusen
18 : 00 888sport

2. Barcelona  vs.  
Roma
20 : 45 Bet365

3. Arsenal  vs.  
Dinamo Zagreb
20 : 45 Unibet

4. Bayern München  vs.  
Olympiakos Piraeus
20 : 45 Betfair

5. Porto  vs.  
Dynamo Kyiv
20 : 45 12bet

6. Maccabi Tel Aviv  vs.  
Chelsea
20 : 45 Unibet

25 november 2015

Europe - UEFA Champions League

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1. Astana  vs.  
Benfica
16 : 00 Ladbrokes

2. CSKA Moskva  vs.  
Wolfsburg
18 : 00 888sport

3. Malmö FF  vs.  
PSG
20 : 45 Titan Bet

4. Shakhtar Donetsk  vs.  
Real Madrid
20 : 45 BET-IBC

5. Manchester United  vs.  
PSV
20 : 45 Betfair

6. Atlético Madrid  vs.  
Galatasaray
20 : 45 IBCBET

7. Juventus  vs.  
Manchester City
20 : 45 BET-IBC

26 november 2015

Europe - UEFA Europa League

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1. Krasnodar  vs.  
Borussia Dortmund
17 : 00 888sport

2. Basel  vs.  
Fiorentina
19 : 00 Betfair

3. Monaco  vs.  
Anderlecht
19 : 00 Unibet

4. Schalke 04  vs.  
APOEL
19 : 00 William Hill

5. Augsburg  vs.  
Athletic Club
19 : 00 12bet

6. Liverpool  vs.  
Bordeaux
21 : 05 Titan Bet

7. Club Brugge  vs.  
Napoli
21 : 05 12bet

8. Villarreal  vs.  
Rapid Wien
21 : 05 Betfair

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Germany vs Ireland (EURO 2016 Qualifiers Recap, 14.10.2014)

October 15, 2014 0 Betting, Recaps, Soccer



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Result: -8 units, bet lost

Germany vs Ireland (EURO 2016 Qualifiers, 14.10.2014)

October 13, 2014 0 Betting, Predictions, Soccer

Germany host Ireland in Gelsenkirchen for a match where the World Cup Champions cannot afford another lost points. Despite losing to Poland, which is viewed as the proverbial “end of the world” the bookmakers still favor the hosts to win outright, with William Hill giving them 1.30 odds. Ireland are currently on the second place on the table with six points, yet the bookmaker gives them 9.50 odds to win.

Germany are currently on the 4th place on the table after two match days. The loss to Poland was their first one in the history against that opponent, which prompted team manager Oliver Bierhoff to state “The loss was unnecessary.” It was the first time Germany lost a qualifying game since 2007, but the time between the matches is not too long to be allowed to wallow too much, a thing which the international press is doing in abundance. Joachim Löw has enough star power to field two teams, but he will have to change something so that Germany find it easier in front of the goal.
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Against Poland, Germany were by far the far superior team, both by possession percentage and by shots on target; they had 19, but failed to convert every one of them. Karim Bellarabi impressed on his debut for the national team, and is expected to start against Ireland too. Lukas Podolski should make a start if Andre Schürrle is not cleared, and Kramer is up for selection after the knock he got in the match against Poland. In spite of having one of the best midfield players the world has to offer, the defensive line is missing Philipp Lahm and Mertesacker, which makes them prone to errors and conceding goals.

Ireland were off to a perfect start of their campaign as they now sit comfortably on the second place on the table with the same number of points as Poland, but an inferior goal difference. Their most recent result is a 7-0 against Gibraltar, but the match against Germany will be their first real test against new manager. Their most dangerous player remains Robbie Keane, who is also their captain and managed to score a hat-trick against Gibraltar. Ireland also suffer from injury woes as Keogh is a sure no show for the team, while Murphy is still under doubt.
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The last time the two teams met Germany won with 9-1 on aggregate, and while nobody will expect the same story to repeat itself, Ireland’s manager O’Neill stated, “I think if you go there and sit in for the whole night then Germany will find a way in behind you. We have some attacking options and I think it’s important that we go there and try to cause them problems.” Joachim Löw knows Ireland pretty well, “Ireland are a side that predominantly defend and play on the counter. We will talk about our finishing and how we can convert chances like we had.”

William Hill has an offer for Germany to win and over 4 goals per match at 2.37, same betting market for Ireland at 21.00. Germany for both halves at 1.75, Ireland 19.00 and both teams to score has 2.05 odds. The team with most corners to be Germany has 1.18 odds, Ireland 4.80 and over 12 corners per match has 2.80 odds. From 25-45 booking points has 2.37 odds, Ireland to get booked first at 1.53, Germany 2.70 and Robbie Keane as an anytime goalscorer has 4.33 odds. Thomas Müller as an anytime goalscorer has 1.67 odds, while both Mario Götze and Andre Schürrle have 1.73 odds. We are betting 8 units on Germany to win both halves at 2.45 with William Hill.

Brazil vs Argentina (Friendly Match Recap, 11.10.2014)

October 13, 2014 0 Betting, Recaps, Soccer



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Result: -5 units, bet lost

France vs Portugal (Friendly Match Recap, 11.10.2014)

October 13, 2014 0 Betting, Recaps, Soccer



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Result: +8,8 units, bet won

Brazil vs Argentina (Friendly Match, 11.10.2014)

October 10, 2014 0 Betting, Predictions, Soccer

It’s not just Euro qualifiers with interesting matches this weekend as friendlies take front and center with some clashes for history books. One of these matches is the Brazil vs Argentina one, a clash that had a friendly vibe to it only by name. This rivalry dates way back and is only fueled by endless disputes of which country has the greatest footballer ever, is it Argentina’s Maradona or Brazil’s Pele?

Both teams changed managers, but only Brazil made a shuffle of their entire squad. Even if they have won their two friendlies after the disaster that was the World Cup for them, where they managed to concede 10 goals in two matches, it takes a little more time for the new players to integrate into the team. Dunga is now relying on Miranda and Maicon to keep the backline in check after dropping David Luiz out of the squad. Barcelona’s Neymar is set to clash with his teammate Messi for a chance to score, but unlike the Brazilian who might have to work alone for goals, Messi will have a very in-form Di Maria by his side.
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Argentina lost the World Cup final against a Germany side that wanted the win more; a few months later they managed to win in a friendly match, where Germany did not want to win anymore. La Albiceleste has great players capable to decide or assist in deciding a match, but it takes Messi’s genius to actually make Argentina shine. Sergio Aguero and Angel Di Maria can be your backup plan for the goalscorer market for Argentina.

Julio Cesar has also been dropped from the squad and now Jefferson is set to do the impossible and keep a clean sheet for Brazil. Argentina will want to prove a point as in their last five head to head matches they only managed to win once, record a draw and lose the other three matches with minimal difference. Despite it being only a friendly it has too much at stake and pride won’t let either team take the match lightly.
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William Hill did not pinpoint an obvious winner and offers 2.70 odds for an outright Brazil win, 2.40 for an Argentina one and 3.30 for a draw. For this market as well as for the correct score one the bookmaker offers the cash-in option which you could benefit from. The headline offers for this match are Neymar to score and Brazil to win and Messi to score and Argentina to win with 4.00 odds both. Brazil in the double result betting market has 4.60 odds, Argentina 4.00 and both teams to score has 1.61 odds.

Neymar or Messi to score first has been given 2.62 odds, over 2.5 goals has 1.73 odds and both teams to score in the second half has 3.10 odds. Sergio Aguero and Gonzalo Higuain to score anytime got 2.75, Angel Di Maria 3.00 and Robinho with Kaka both got 3.00 odds as anytime golascorers. We are betting 5 units on the headline offer of Argentina to win and Messi to score with odds from William Hill.

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