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  1. 3 points
    Darran

    Non-League Predictions > March 12th

    Just failed to make a profit on Saturday but hopefully that can change on Tuesday night where I have 6 bets. This will be fairly brief as rather busy this week. Aldershot v Leyton Orient and Eastleigh v Maidstone I know Orient were held to a draw against Aldershot in the reverse fixture and they put in a good performance at Barrow on Saturday when being unfortunate to lose, but Orient really need to pick up 3 points in games like this if they are going to win the league and they should be too good for them. Eastleigh bounced straight back from losing to Halifax by beating Chesterfield 3-2 in an exciting game. Maidstone finally won another game of football by beating Havant, but this is a much tougher test and I can't see them getting anything. The double pays 2.19/1 with Marathon. Barnet v Halifax Barnet might have got something at Gateshead on Saturday had they not gone down to 10 men as they were a goal up at the time and ended up losing 2-1. Fact is it is 1 win in 9 now and they really need to be careful. I put up Halifax on Saturday and the game was called off so I won't repeat their stats, but given they beat Barnet 3-0 last week it is hard to understand why they are 14/5 (BetVictor) to beat them again here especially given they didn't play on Saturday. Bromley v Chesterfield Bromley have lost their last 3 although they only lost to a late penalty at Harrogate last week. They were poor on Saturday though as they lost 3-0 to Dagenham who had hardly been in great form of late. As mentioned above Chesterfield more than played their part in the 3-2 defeat to Eastleigh and that was only their 3rd defeat in their last 10 games with the other two coming against Harrogate and Wrexham. They are better than their current league position suggests and they certainly shouldn't be as big for this as they are (13/5 with Marathon) Ebbsfleet v Maidenhead Ebbsfleet were Halifax's opponents on Saturday so they haven't played either, but I still think Maidenhead offer value here at 19/5 with Marathon. They deserved their win over Sutton on Saturday especially as they only had 10 men for part of the game (Sutton also had a man sent off towards the end) and they are playing really solid as a squad as at the moment. Oxford City v Woking God knows how Oxford conceded 5 goals to Hampton on Saturday given Hampton had only scored 4 goals in their previous 9 games. That makes it just 1 win and 1 draw in their last 10 games and they now face title chasing Woking. It is hard to understand why Woking are odds against (11/10 with Marathon) to win this as they should be odds on. St Albans v Weston-Super-Mare Weston produced a hell of a performance to beat Torquay a couple of weeks ago, but they then lost 5-0 to Wealdstone and could only play out a drab 0-0 draw with fellow bottom 3 side Hungerford. St Albans' home form is superb as they have only lost 1 of their last 10 home games and that was 7 games ago. They beat Dulwich on Saturday in a tough game and I think they will be too strong for the bottom side here. 143/100 with Marathon looks a big price. Leyton Orient/Eastleigh 1pt double @ 2.19/1 with Marathon Halifax 1pt @ 14/5 with BetVictor Chesterfield 1pt @ 13/5 with Marathon Maidenhead 1pt @ 19/5 with Marathon Woking 2.5pts @ 11/10 with Marathon St Albans 2pts @ 143/100 with Marathon
  2. 2 points
    Oh wow, my neighbours heard about that Woking winner
  3. 2 points
    Manchester City vs Schalke The second leg of the last 16 tie between Premier League club Manchester City and Bundesliga side Schalke is taking place tonight in an 8pm kick-off at the Etihad Stadium. Apologies for a late preview post. Storm Gareth has been a right little terror in South Wales and caused issues with my internet. Hopefully all fixed now so let's crack on! Manchester City won the first leg 3-2 in what can only be described as one of the knockout stage's most riveting ties in recent memory. Pep Guardiola's team came from behind to take the win with the in-form Raheem Sterling scoring a last minute winner. The Citizens will be without Fernandinho and Nicolas Otamendi. They are hoping Aymeric Laporte will return to the first team but John Stones is likely to miss out. Schalke will be desperately disappointed to come into this second leg at a disadvantage. Domenico Tedesco's men were 2-1 up going into the last 5 minutes of the game. To put it simply, they snatched defeat from the jaws of victory! Three defeats in the league conceding 11 goals in the process have followed. How badly has that first leg capitulation affected the team? Badly, it would seem. The club has the triple blow of playmaker Daniel Caligiuri missing out injured with ill-disciplined duo Mark Uth and Amine Harit also being left out for their behaviour. On each of the previous 27 times when a team has won the away leg scoring 3 or more goals in the Champions League knock-out stages, that team has gone on to progress to the next stage of the competition. That's what we were saying for PSG last week but this feels a bit different with Schalke not quite on a resurgent level of Manchester United. City also not quite the bottle jobs of PSG either. Further evidence backs the Schalke win with City having won all three previous meetings with Schalke. The English side have also only lost 1 of their last 10 home matches with German teams in European competition. That lone defeat came against Bayern Munich in the 2013/14 season. I have to back a solid City win here. I think that late collapse by Schalke has knocked the wind out of their sails. This City team is pretty special and they've drawn comparisons to Pep's Barcelona team. I can see them making light work of this. The weakened defence means they'll have to attack and that won't be pleasant for the German side. Manchester City HT/FT @ 1.55 with Boylesports Manchester City -2 @ 2.05 with Coral @vasilli07, @Xcout, @Icongene, @KikoCy, @DrBetter, @Duuc, @DrO, @immortal--, @Notorious, @betcatalog, @KingSoccertips, @discipline, @Pep004, @HastGill1, @ElPrincipito007, @salmonman, @DW_United, @allthethings, @MightyWell, @liamcorrigan86, @mijOsim, @dorleywilliams, @soccerprediction123, @TOTTI3, @LePapo, @seifer365, @MPLouis, @Jack A, @JJG, @Pipoca, @neilovan, @wcz, @newjack, @matt-e-matticle, @EBTA, @cluelessG, @mtom, @Marek76, @allyhibs, @alani42, @jazzman02, @hristofor, @fhuefdsa @Gedkip, @Carovie, @money44, @Donvitz, @swasya, @vicsuna, @Neubs, @i1_principe, @the bastardian, and @WinningAdvice, will you guys be betting on these matches?
  4. 2 points
    vvararu

    Tennis - March 11 - March 17

    I also have doubts about how good is Wang against players with a strong shot (as Andreescu is). I just remember a past year game of Wang against Yastremska and the chinese just could not do much against those strong shots.
  5. 2 points
    money44

    Tennis - March 11 - March 17

    Mona Barthel to beat Julia Goerges @ 4.09 with Pinnacle - 10 units Barthel likes this tournament.. She is playing healthy, and having a great time here relaxed.. Julia Goerges maybe is the more talented player, but she could use some more rest, and playing deep into this tournament is quite a bit dangerous because she's unlikely to beat Pliskova/Osaka/Williams/Sevastova .. any of these players on her side of the draw.. I do think Mona is completely fit, and will desire greatly to see the next round.. We both Barthel last time because Keys was not trustworthy.. It seems as tho Keys played a decent enough match, but once again in form Mona Barthel got the victory.. I expect more of the same today, and goerges may matchup better than Keys because her forehand and serve are not as strong as Keys on this surface.
  6. 1 point
    Good luck all @Rainbow @vangovin @Valiant Thor @daisychain
  7. 1 point
    BillyHills

    Racing Chat - Tuesday March 12th

    Lucky 15 410 C: Benie Des Deux 1/1 305 S: Ballyquin 7/4 435 S: Imada 13/8 745 W: With Caution 7/4
  8. 1 point
    Procalc

    Naps - Tuesday March 12th

    130 chelt Klassical Dream
  9. 1 point
    kroni

    Racing Chat - Tuesday March 12th

    Angels Breath @ 7.00Hardline @ 6.00Buveur D'Air @ 3.75Ballyward @ 3.75Lucky 15, 15 bets * £1.00
  10. 1 point
    Bayern Munich vs Liverpool: Bayern win with 1 goal difference Bayern has won with 1 goal difference 5 out of 16 games at home in the Champions League vs English teams. That is exactly 50% of their 10 home wins in the CL vs English teams. Keep in mind sample also includes those 5:1 thrashings vs Arsenal. Bayern has won 6 out of 9 home knockout games(including final vs Chelsea) in the CL vs English teams & again half of those wins or 3 were with 1 goal difference. Liverpool didn't have a single shot on target vs Napoli & PSG away in the group stage. I am not counting Milner's penalty vs PSG... Liverpool have lost their last 5 games in the Champions League that were not played on the Anfield. To make matters worse stats suggest Liverpool are facing Champions League exit after 0-0 home draw against Bayern Munich. 'There have been 22 goalless first games since 2003/04 when the last 16 stage was introduced as the replacement for the old 2nd group stage, with 17 of the 22 sides who played away first making it through.' Liverpool have one of the top defenses in Europe this season but their attack seems one-dimensional and midfield lacking ideas against the big teams. All this makes me think Bayern are going to progress with a narrow win. P.s.: Even the legendary Christmas Day football match between Germany and England during World War 1 ended as a win with 1 goal difference for the Germans
  11. 1 point
    NOSBOR

    Racing Chat - Tuesday March 12th

    Try this double 7/1 SKYBET BUVDEUR DAIR champion hurdle BENIE DES DIEUX Mares hurdle NAP
  12. 1 point
    JamesRacing

    Thanks mate good look.

    Thanks mate good look.
  13. 1 point
    Astleavista

    Naps - Tuesday March 12th

    Annie Bonny - 3.55 Sedgefield Ken
  14. 1 point
    sto

    Naps - Tuesday March 12th

    6.15 Wolverhampton Ragnar 9/4 bet365
  15. 1 point
    Andrew davies

    Naps - Tuesday March 12th

    Klassical dream 1.30 Cheltenham. thanking you
  16. 1 point
    CzechPunter

    Tennis - March 11 - March 17

    When youngsters like Andreescu hit a patch of form, they're usually really hard to stop and they usually give up only once they run out of mental stamina, which Andreescu seems to have plenty of. Wang is going to beat her if she doesn't show up, but I don't fancy her chances if she does. If I had to choose who to bet on, I'd probably say Wang at the odds, but, if there's value, it's probably only very slight.
  17. 1 point
    130 CH: Al Dancer 210 CH: Glen Forsa 250 CH: Beware The Bear 330 CH: Laurina 410 CH: Roksana 450 CH: Tower Bridge 530 CH: Ok Corral Enjoy the day guys and girls
  18. 1 point
    only1woz

    Lay The Draw CgmBet Selections

    So benfica decided to throw away a 2-0 lead last night, which is a sore one. Will be tough to make profit this week but we'll give it a go. One for tonight
  19. 1 point
    i1_principe

    Tennis - March 11 - March 17

    Kei Nishikori v Hubert Hurkacz over 22,5 games at 2.00 with Bet365 Both players met in Dubai 2 weeks ago and Hurkacz won with 2-1 sets. Nishikori didn't convince in hist 1st match here against Mannarino and won difficulty in the 3rd set with tiebreak. On the other hand Hubert already won 2 matches here and before that he reached the quarterfinals in Dubai, where he lost against Tsitsipas in match with 2 tiebreaks. I expect long game and i think this line will be covered.
  20. 1 point
    Juventus v Atletico Madrid- Juventus team corners over 7.5 at 2.10 with Bet365 We all know about Juventus' dream to win the Champions league after so many years, but losing 0-2 in the first leg this dream looks like a mirage. The hosts are pressed against the wall and have no option but attack and they will try everything to win with at least 2 goals difference. Atletico will stand at back and defend the good lead, they know how to defend and waiting for their chance on counterattack. In 1st game between these team Juve had 7 corners away from home and now at home i expect even more.
  21. 1 point
    Kingdom for

    Naps - Tuesday March 12th

    Cheltenham 14:50 Beware The Bear 16/1 Win Betfair
  22. 1 point
    to PL @Hedge @terjon @JamesRacing
  23. 1 point
    The big goal all these years of Juventus is to win the Champions League and this year it is in danger to stay away from so early because it lost in Madrid from Atletico 2-0. But hope is dying late and Alegre's team will try to make the perfect game today to overturn the situation against her. We saw so terrible things last week, so nothing can be ruled out JUVENTUS TURIN vs ATLETICO MADRID @@ JUVENTUS TURIN, odds 1.70 We have seen everything in football, but it will be a real wonder Schalke to get through the Manchester City barrier, with the current situation of the two teams. In any case, the English team won in Germany by 3-2 and will not sit on this score. Schalke's defense eats a goal from each and if the "citizens" appear as they should, then the score will escape in favor of Pep Guardiola's team MANCHESTER CITY vs FC SCHALKE 04 @@ +3.50 Over, odds 1.95
  24. 1 point
    @money44 @South_African_Punter the most comfortable high priced bet ever. Zverev was absolutely far from his form
  25. 1 point
    Marmalade

    Naps - Tuesday March 12th

    4.50 Cheltenham A Plus Tard 13/2 betvictor
  26. 1 point
    Fulham only "lost" 6-5 on corners so 2 to spare on the handicap. 15 winners and 3 pushes from 27 bets, 5.71 points up with an ROI of 21.96% to advised stakes 4.71 points up with an ROI of 17.44% to level stakes.
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  28. 1 point
    As a Man United fan three games under Solsjaer have left me disappointed. The game against Spurs where United won 1-0. The 1st leg against PSG where United looked like crash dummies (rabbits in the headlights). The game against Liverpool, where United could not pass the ball forward 3 times. Who is the leader of this team ? There is no Roy Keane, no Robbo (Bryan Robson) , no Pogba (though his leadership qualities are questionable). After Mourinho and his dour everything, the next guy in was going to radiate. But I am not sure Solsjaer has the tactical acumen to take United to the next level. Sure they can play run and gun and beat the average Premier league teams like Southampton etc, but against quality, they have not been great. When you watch Spurs play at their best, they have an excellent blend of attacking variation. Sometimes down the flanks, sometimes quick to Alli and Kane, sometimes the hard working Song. But opposing teams don't know were the next punch is coming from, and that makes all attack more effective. The big problem for United is that this injury hit lineup is totally over matched here. Realistically United are the best of a 2nd tier group including Arsenal and Chelsea. United may go for it but I think Mbappe scores a brace tonight. Nothing I have seen equips United to deal with his raw pace and ability. To be honest, I would rather United get trounced tonight, than draw 2-2. More important game this weekend against Arsenal !
  29. 1 point
    Might risk a very small bet on Man U to qualify at 18/1, an on fire Lukaku could be tough to handle for PSG.
  30. 1 point
    PSG - Man United Manchester United was clearly second best team 2 weeks ago at Old Trafford and I think it will be the same today. But Ole Gunnar seems to be really the kind of guy who will not give up and is not afraid to at least go out and try so I expect ManU to exit CL with style. After all, 1st leg game was very impotent from them so I think they will want at least show to Europe that they have more fire-power than they showed at home. That being said, PSG is currently just better as a team and individually as well. Visitors have a lot of injured players out of the game as well so it will be really hard. On top of that, PSG has Ligue 1 nicely wrapped up and I expect them to come out with a hunger to prove everybody that they can be a powerhouse in Europe as well and out-playing in a good form ManU in both legs will be a good first step. I can see ManU really trying hard to attack and score while PSG patiently looking for counter attacks and with Mbappe up front, scoring at least a few against a weakened ManU team. But ManU is always capable of scoring when they have to, so I hope to see an entertaining game with at least 3 goals scored, hopefully more though. Predicted score: 3-1 Over 3 goals @ 2,05 (Coolbet) PSG -1 @ 1,81 (SBO) Porto - Roma Looking latest results, one would not say that Roma is in a very bad shape (4 wins out of 5 game sinclusing 1st leg against Porto), but the reality is a bit different. There is tension is Roma camp and a lot of talks that EDF will get fired etc. Last week heavy defeat against arch-rivals Lazio was a big blow that any Roma player or fan is not able to swallow for a long time. Porto has a similar pattern in their latest form - good results in the league until last weekend where they lost an important game to Benfica. I'm not too familiar with Porto news, but I do expect them to dominate today's game and keep it tight at the back. Their home stadium is quite a fortress and I don't think Roma in current form and situation is in a shape to bring a good result from that kind of game. I expect Porto to dominate the game and qualify in a low scoring intense game. Predicted score: 1-0 Under 2,75 @ 2,14 (Asianodds) Porto to qualify @ 2,22 (Betsafe)
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