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  2. Cabaye is the only one in the squad who knows how to play. The rest up front just run around with their mouths open waiting to catch a lucky bounce. That's why they are good away and poor at home. Because away matches can be won with track athletes who burst into space, but at home where football is required, there is no class.
  3. Thanks very much for bringing this one to my attention Simeon. Was getting ready to skip Europa as usual but after studying this match for 2 minutes I knew it was a golden bet. Thank you!
  4. Bournemouth are going through an injury crisis and their attack has been suffering since Callum Wilson has been out. He's the guy who scores all the goals in the team. Tottenham have the league's best defense but need to get their attack working as well. Alderwield and Vertonghen have a really good partnership that has transformed Spurs from a flaky team that concedes lots to a side that is tough to beat. Last week against Liverpool they had 2 or 3 golden opportunities to score and scuffed all of them. They are facing an injury hit side that will attack them as their manager has stated he won't give up his possession based attacking style. So now the onus is on Spurs to show a serious performance and take their chances to move into the upper echelons of the table. Harry Kane needs to react faster when receiving the ball in the box also. I've added Spurs +0 AH @ Marathon 1.61 to a double.
  5. LOL ! Specific outs: sourcehttp://www.uefa.com/uefachampionsleague/season=2016/matches/round=2000634/match=2015709/prematch/preview/ Out: Aničić (rested), Shomko (rested), Cañas (rested), Maksimović (rested), Dzholchiyev (rested), Nuserbayev (rested), Twumasi (suspended) all of these players except Twumasi featured against Gala in the 2-2 draw so it will be a big loss to save them for their domestic Kazak play-off. Atletico -2 AH @ 1.71 Matchbook
  6. Olympiakos are missing Cambiasso and attacking mid Fuster
  7. Zenga will be without an entire back-line of defenders as Matias Silvestre, Andrea Coda, Lorenzo De Silvestri, and Mattia Cassini who are all injured. Midfielders Lazaros Christodoulopoulos and Nenad Krsticic will also be unavailable due to injury. Taken from http://forzaitalianfootball.com/2015/10/frosinone-v-sampdoria-preview-canarini-and-blucerchiati-look-for-positive-results
  8. I've decided to stick Germany over 1.5 goals @ 1.55 into a double or treble. What do you think of that Aidy, considering all the devastation in the team news is most to Irish defenders and defensive mids?
  9. That's what I'm afraid of. Poland are basically just Lewa. Scotland almost got a draw from a team full of players of his calibre. Ireland down on players, nothing to lose, direct British style, big home crowd, Germans will be coming down from the recent derby most of them played in and I don't think a German win is necessarily nailed on. There is a chance. I do like goals here. Do you think Ireland will play nice and open here?
  10. OK well Scotland only lost 2-3 to the Germans so why are you very confident that the Poles will beat them in Scotland? Even if they draw in Ireland, a big win against Georgia (which they can manifest at will ) sees them finish first.
  11. Because Germany don't have to win at all costs. Their last one is at home to Georgia. Even though Loew has said he is going there to win, they know it's not do or die whereas for Ireland it is.
  12. Leaders get teams out of sticky situations. Man U leaders: Rooney, Schweinsteiger, Mata, De Gea Arsenal Leaders:
  13. Sure when Ogbonna, Reid, Song, Pedro Obiang and and a few others are present I'd take that value but without them I'm a little less confident. Still Sunderland will be under all sorts of pressure to get their first 3 points at home and the crowd will really spring them forward. Perfect for a West Ham side that's custom built to launch devastating counters as witnessed against the heavy weights this season. Song changes the way this side play and I wish he was fit but Noble and Kouyate in the middle should have enough about them here. May take the -0.25 for a little extra protection.
  14. I'm personally not confident of a United win. The Germans love that all the pressure is on United with Van Gaal saying they MUST win. Wolfsburg have huge danger in that front 4 and Kruse/Dost are good finishers. Likewise Man Utd have talent up front. They finished second in Germany last year and are accustomed to doing battle with BVB and Bayern so this occasion won't faze them. A new look unproven United side who find themselves top of the league but haven't gone through the fire yet to prove anything to us. Can they dominate top European sides who are tactically intelligent at home and get 3 points or do they get sucked into conceding goals like Chelsea and Arsenal on Tuesday? The common theme in both sides is a less than water tight defense which is compensated for by some heavy artillery upfront and generally two sides who get proactive and attack matches. I will play the plain old over 2.5 Matchbook @ 1.84
  15. Well I've watched Shakhtar in their home leg of the 3rd round qualifier to get to this stage and was impressed. Always underrated and always a threat. They played with speed, skill and put on a home display full of passion. PSG do have players comparable to those of Real who ripped them apart last time out, but odds against at home on a double chance has to be taken or even at least traded and a profit taken in play. Teams keep buying Shakhtars Brazilians when they ripen each season but there's always a new crop coming through. Not to mention PSG away in their domestic league are prone to throw up a few horrifying results.
  16. OK so does anyone know of any managers that have signaled a lack of motivation for the cup or indicated that they are severely weakening down?
  17. Also Juve have bought Dybala, Hernanes and Cuadrado. Dybala is class but still green and is their no. 10 However Hernanes is not among the European elite and was a last minute buy after Juventus got nervous over their CM options. Cuadrado was shipped off by Mourinho arguably because he didn't think he could be effective against English teams.
  18. Have to agree with Simeon here. City have improved the squad while Juve have lost key players and brought in Mandzukic who is a useless player. Like stated above, Juve's great strength the last few seasons was Pogba, Pirlo, Vidal and Marchiso. In this foursome there's class, fight, creativity and energy. Everything you could wish for in a midfield. Now they'll only be able to field Pogba alone. Never write Juve off but I think City will catch them at a good time here. This is what they bought De Bruyne for, to help Silva break down good defences in Europe and he could play a decisive role hear after showing a decent performance at the weekend.
  19. Well these are the away games Arsenal thrive in. Zagreb are the dominant force in Croatia with technical superiority and class in their league. They aren't adept at defending against serious world class attacks and we see them as light weights in defence but always capable of scoring against sides. Arsenal will need to watch Algerian international Soudani who is good, but overall if Dinamo want to pass it around and create chances then ultimately Arsenal should cut them to pieces. Where I would be more doubtful of Arsenal getting a win is if they traveled to one of those less technical and more physical sides who just wanted to sit in and break up the play. That's when Arsenal get stifled and are more likely to slip up.
  20. Maybe the reason for those odds are that they just got blanked by Luxemburg
  21. Reports from Belgium suggest there are 7 players out and apparently 5 of them are important players. If United don't show improvement in attack we can always lay the -1.5 after they go a goal up at lower odds if we suspect the sluggish attack to continue and lock in a profit. Just depends how this one pans out, but personally I would expect the atmosphere and the return to the competition after a year absence blah blah blah all to result in a fast start for Man Utd where they fly at their opposition early.
  22. Manchester United - Brugge Felipe Gedoz, Lior Refaelov, Thomas Meunier, Bernie Ibini-Isei, Bjorn Engels and Nicolas Castillo are all on the sidelines for the visitors, while three or four more are due for late fitness tests. Their overall record in England is poor, losing on nine of their 11 trips and failing to win in the process. Belgian teams have won just one of their last 31 away games against English sides in Europe. It's important to view the good form and position of Brugge here in context. Most of the good results they've got lately have come at home and it's obvious that they struggle on the road - even against lesser Belgian sides. A perfect example is the second qualifying round against Greek side Panathinaikos beating them 4-1 on aggregate to setup this tie. The first leg was in Greece and despite going a goal up and the Greeks having a player sent off, they still ended up losing 2-1 and had to win 3-0 at home to advance. I watched extended highlights of that first leg and there looked to be quite a few young players in that team and nothing that should really worry United. Manchester know full well that their results have been better than their performances thus far and will be keen to win this by as many as possible and avoid an ambush in Belgium. This is a perfect chance for Rooney to wake up and get in the goal scoring rhythm again and lead this side comfortably into the group stages. Manchester -1.5 AH 1.95 @ Bet365
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