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Judeksi

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  1. Does anybody know why Dimitrov's odds are rising against Auger-Aliassime? I know FAA had a great tournament in Stuttgart and this is Dimitrov's season opener on grass, but still. This kind of odds drifting could suggest that Grisha has a some kind of injury even? ..oh and yes, I have betted Dimitrov to beat Auger-Aliassime on this match because of the long week that FAA had in Stuttgart (and he has to travel to London too). Interesting to see what happens.
  2. Would be interesting to get a rematch of last year's RG final between Nadal and Thiem. Nadal looked good against Federer but I think Thiem could really push Rafa hard this time around. But let's see what Nole has to say first
  3. Well that was rough from Federer, managed to win it in 4 sets though. I think I'm going to bet Rafa quite heavily with various handicaps in the semi-final.
  4. And both Wawrinka and Federer aren't playing at their best at the moment so Rafa will probably have a quite easy semi-final.
  5. Good point about the weather! I just hope Stan's recovery has gone well and he doesn't get tired early on. He needs to grab at least one set right away from Roger so he can start tiring him, otherwise Federer can start cruising with his serve. If this goes over 3 sets then Wawa has a chance IMO. Roger is still great in best of 3 matches but he can start fading away in longer matches, just like he did in the AO couple months ago against Tsitsipas (Stefanos won that in the fourth set). GL with the bets!
  6. Wawrinka to beat Federer looks tempting, best odds around 3.44 (Marathonbet) at the moment. H2H in last 3 matches on clay is 2-1 for Wawa, those are from 2015 and 2014 so these two haven't met on clay quite recently. Roger has a chance here because of the marathon match that Stan had to go through. Stan still has one day of rest here and we know how good his stamina is. Roger hasn't been tested here at all so that's why the odds are like this. I think this will be much closer match than the odds suggest if Stan's recovery goes well.
  7. I personally can't see Liverpool winning this. They have to chase HARD right from the start of the match which will eventually open up the match for Barcelona. Also, both Salah and Firmino will miss the match which is a huge blow for the home side. Barcelona rested their opening lineup against Celta, whereas Liverpool had to fight full 90+ minutes against Newcastle with their first XI. So it's Barcelona win for me, also small stakes on Barcelona -1,5 handicap.
  8. Djokovic (-7,5 games) to beat Nishikori at 2.10 with bet365 Nishikori can't have much energy left in his body after that gruelling 5-hour marathon match against PCB. Nishikori had to play couple long matches before that too (against Majchrzak and Karlovic), and I believe that will show in this match. Great odds on Djoker here IMO.
  9. Just watched the highlights of Istomin-Federer match and at least on that video the court looks fairly slow to me. At least slower than a year ago. Is it just me or is this just because it was a night match?
  10. Huddersfield and Fulham are starting to look like lost causes at the moment, especially Huddersfield. Their form is atrocious at the moment, only 1 win and 1 draw from their last 10 premier league matches. Those last two losses against Fulham and Burnley really must hurt them. So it's at least Cardiff home win for me this gameweek, Burnley home win looks tempting too!
  11. Over 2,5 goals on Wolves-Everton seems like a value bet to me. Best odds around 2.18 at the moment (Pinnacle). Marco da Silva likes to play attacking football so I expect to see more goals from Everton this season. There were 13 goals in total in their last 3 training matches. Wolves have plenty of attacking potential, so this could turn out to be an exciting match.
  12. I also see some value in Leicester, either straight win or DNB like mentioned before. Watford's defence looked shaky against Brighton and this match might come a bit too early for them because they have so many players absent. With this logic I see Leicester winning this, but I wouldn't be surprised if there were plenty of goals in this match.
  13. Spurs to beat Watford seems like a clear one to me so far. Watford doesn't seem to like to play extra defensively against the bigger sides, and that will give Spurs plenty of goalscoring chances. In the previous season Spurs managed to score 4 goals against Watford on both occasions when they played against each other. Moreover, Spurs are already in the CL playoffs, so they don't need to rest their players in this match. Spurs with the -1,5 asian handicap will be another good option here. WBA-Crystal Palace feels like another draw for me. WBA were leading 2-0 against Bournemouth but still weren't able to get the win, and I think they'll struggle to do it here too. Burnley has lost only once in their away matches during this season which tells me that they are on a great run at the moment. Burnley might not have the most profilic players, but their working ethic is very impressive at the moment. Burnley's odds for an away win are around 5.24 at the moment which seems great to me. Even better option is Burnley X2 when you still get odds around 2.17 which seems like a gift to me.
  14. Watford's odds are rising at the moment, but I just don't understad why?
  15. Watched Burnley-WBA last weekend and WBA's defence looked very convincing to me. I know that Stoke won against Arsenal, but Arsenal's defence is so shaky at the moment that their loss didn't come as a huge surprise to me. I think WBA will have a great chance of winning this considering how strong they looked against Burnley defensively. West Bromwich to win, best odds around 2.45. Other bet that stands out for me is Watford to win against Brighton. Best odds around 2.00 atm. Brighton's form looks poor at the moment whereas Da Silva's Watford looks rejuvenated. Players like Richarlison have brought needed goalscoring power and skills to the team. My only conscern is that Da Silva didn't rest most of his starting XI players on Carabao Cup, but I still think that Watford is more the more skillful team here (and in better form). Also, Liverpool-Arsenal has over 2,5 goals written all over it (and maybe even over 3,5). Both teams have had difficulties defending, but on the other hand these teams know how to score goals (and their H2H says it too).