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  1. Jesus Christ, it's 10 teams in Scottish Championship, not 12! Despicable behaviour from me there! It's permutation central at the moment so I just got confused. Congratulations are in order then!
  2. @liongjoycewang, you've been a fresh air to this section since you arrived. Your posts are a source of interest and fun at the same time so please keep them coming! @vasilli07, you also got involved last weekend. Do you have any thoughts on these games?
  3. @vasilli07, the next stage of the play-offs are up. The home teams are the heavy favourites with the bookies. What do you think going into these matches?
  4. @Setup, @vasilli07, @Sir Puntalot, @Icongene, and @Tiffy, what do you guys think for these games? Any more exploitation of that corners market going on this week?
  5. I'm not usually a fan of Guillem Balague. Talk about the king of self promotion. Up there with Piers Morgan and Tai Lopez. Anyway, he did rightly point out that a lot of people are still thinking Celta Vigo are here to make up the numbers. On their day, they can beat anyone. This will be a tough tie for Manchester United. I think it could even go down to away goals or extra time and pens to decide it. In the other tie, I'd love to see Ajax reach the final but we shall see.
  6. Yes, Monaco showed against Manchester City how fluid they can be in attack. They have some quality players who were very underrated before the knockout phase of this competition. I can see the Juventus defence being broken. Back the BTTS in this tie for sure.
  7. Only 8 more league games remain in Serie A. The title continues to look destined for Juventus but anything can happen with Roma still eager to chase them down to the finish line. Both sides have won 5 of their last 6 domestic matches so they are both bang in form. Roma have the trickier tie this week against Lazio in the Rome derby. Could it be the realistic end of their title challenge? In the battle for Europe, a number of clubs are in the fight. The three Champions League spots look set for Juventus, Roma, and Napoli. The Europa League places are then a bit more open with Lazio and Atalanta seemingly favourites to seal their places in the European competition next season and then AC Milan, Inter Milan, and Fiorentina fighting it out for the remaining places. On the relegation front, Pescara have had their fate confirmed and they will likely be joined by Palermo if results go against them this weekend. They will also need to beat Fiorentina to stand any chance of keeping their survival hopes alive but we can assume they are all but gone. Finally, the last spot is currently occupied by Crotone. They face a tall order to make up the 5 point gap between themselves and the pack above with Empoli and Genoa still nervously looking over their shoulders. What do you guys think for these games this weekend? @Icongene, @betcatalog, @sajtion, @Vcg2007, @chris666, @WinningAdvice, @yoju82, @DrBetter, @KingSoccertips, @CloughandTaylor, @Punki85, @DW_United, @KikoCy, @vasilli07. @Simeon Borisof, @Simeone, @fat, @HastGill1, @clubgowi, @MPLouis, @Kumanovac, @AF13, @Jase82, @azzurini1976, and @TotoSchillaci.
  8. Just a couple of DFB Pokal Semi Finals to get through this midweek in Germany. Two cracking fixtures in their own right that really are too close to call despite the odds not suggesting so. What do we think here guys? @Icongene, @vasilli07, @sajtion, @Neubs, @Dylan Lynch, @WinningAdvice, @Mindfulness, @betcatalog, @zemo91, @Vcg2007, @mrclubbie, @Duuc, @bet man, @clubgowi, @louis12, @DrBetter, @gogetta, and @thornvineembers.
  9. The action comes thick and fast in La Liga with a game of football every day this week. Here are the odds and ratings for the midweek fixtures. I will get the weekend odds and ratings up as soon as these fixtures are done. So get ready for a quick turn around as the league plays catch up. @WinningAdvice, @Joachim, @betcatalog, @zemo91, @Pep004, @rangers234, @Tiffy, @Icongene, @KikoCy, @sajtion, @Notorious, @discipline, @gabymnk, and @Kunal888, what do we think for these games guys? How will El Clasico affect the approaches of Barcelona and Real Madrid going into these matches? What about Atletico Madrid and Sevilla who are still mathematically alive in this title race!
  10. It is a scattered week of fixtures without enough games to warrant creating a midweek thread so I've thrown them into an extended week-long one. It is the penultimate week of action in the Championship and there is still a lot to be decided. Brighton and Newcastle have been confirmed as the two automatically promoted sides but who will secure their places in the play-offs? One from Reading, Sheffield Wednesday, Huddersfield, Fulham, and Leeds will miss out with Leeds firmly the underdogs right now. Huddersfield can secure their place in the play-offs with a win against Wolves tonight. At the other end of the table, Rotherham have gone, Wigan are on the brink, and then it's a fight realistically between QPR, Nottingham Forest, Birmingham, and Blackburn to avoid that last relegation spot. Whoever goes, they are going to be a big casualty! It is the final week of League One action with Sheffield United already crowned champions and the fight for the second automatic promotion spot going down to the wire with Bolton simply needing to avoid defeat to seal their spot in the Championship next season. Even a loss would be ok if Fleetwood fail to win. One of those two will drop into the play-offs along with Scunthorpe, Bradford, and one of Millwall, Southend, and Rochdale. At the other end of the table, Chesterfield, Coventry, and Swindon have already been relegated and Port Vale will effectively need a win tonight to keep their realistic hopes of survival alive and draw Gillingham into a last day fight for survival. League Two enjoys its penultimate week of action too. Doncaster, Plymouth, and Portsmouth have sealed their promotion places. The play-offs have less clarity. Luton have effectively sealed their spot in the play-offs due to their superior goal difference. However, the remaining three spots are still up for grabs for any team down to 14th place. At the other end of the table, Leyton Orient have tragically been relegated already and they will be joined by one of Hartlepool, Newport, Cheltenham, or Yeovil. In the SPL, Celtic are already champions but the European places are still being hotly contested as the league splits into two. The relegation battle is also wide open but things are looking increasingly more grim for Inverness. In the Scottish Championship, Hibernian creep ever closer to their championship title and the play-off spots seem destined to go to Falkirk, Dundee United, and Morton. The League of Ireland fixtures have not been released yet due to the solitary midweek game but these will be updated when the odds become available later on in the week. So what do we think guys? @sajtion, @andrewcalo, @Mindfulness, @Sir Puntalot, @betcatalog, @AndreBR, @mrclubbie, @neilovan, @Judeksi, @KikoCy, @Bett, @zemo91, @sm0kez, @Bronxie, @Duuc, @Dylan Lynch, @Tiffy, @WinningAdvice, @Kenton Schweppes, @canaries91, @CloughandTaylor, @rangers234, @skyblues88, @allyhibs, @salmonman, @allthethings, @Icongene, @Tanktop, @waynecoyne, @kulikTS, @KingSoccertips, and @MuineBheag?
  11. Yeah, I have to agree. I think Joshua has eased into professional boxing very effectively. He was criticised for taking too many easy fights but it's proving to be the correct decision now. Will Joshua knock Klitschko out? I'm struggling to see it but stranger things have happened. I think a convincing win on points should do it. It's a shame because I would loved to have seen these two fighting with Klitschko about 7-8 years younger. What a fight that would have been. Like when Calzaghe beat Bernard Hopkins. This match has the same feel to that fight.