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StevieDay1983

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  1. Check out the odds and ratings for the Turkish Super Lig matches scheduled for the weekend. Take a look at the statistics and then give your thoughts on the games down below!
  2. Here are the odds and ratings for the next round of Greek Super League matches this weekend. Share your tips and predictions with us all down below!
  3. Here are the odds and ratings for the next round of Dutch Eredivisie games coming our way this weekend. Hit us with your predictions and bets down below!
  4. Check out the latest odds and ratings for the Belgian First Division A games scheduled for this weekend. Share your predictions with us down below!
  5. The odds and ratings for the weekend's matches in the French Ligue 1 are now available to view. Check them out and share any tips or predictions you have for the games scheduled with us below!
  6. Here are the odds and ratings for the upcoming Italian Serie A matches this weekend. Keen to hear what bets and predictions you all have lined up for these games over the coming days!
  7. Here are the odds and ratings for the weekend's German Bundesliga I matches. Take a look and give us any predictions you have for the upcoming fixtures!
  8. Check out the odds and ratings for the weekend's games in the Spanish La Liga. A lot to contemplate this week so let's get our thoughts together and share our predictions below!
  9. Here are the odds for the next round of Cymru Premier matches coming up this weekend. It's turning into a very exciting season and we're keen to hear what bets you're placing for these games!
  10. Check out the odds and ratings for the upcoming matches in League 1, League 2, and the Scottish Premiership this weekend. Give us any bets, tips, or predictions you have for these fixtures!
  11. Check out the latest odds and ratings for the weekend matches in the Championship. Hit us with your predictions for these games in the replies down below!
  12. Yeah, on another day we could've taken something. Far better but then again it's no surprise given we actually played a back four, full backs in their correct positions, and made use of the wide players. Still, lacking quality and that, again, is down to McCarthy's awful transfer policy over the summer. I'd still also pick Morrison or Nelson over Flint in a back four. The good news is that McGuinness continued to show how quality he can be. Ng has to play regularly at right back. Our centre midfield is still awful. We need Giles out wide on the left. Kieron Evans is showing himself to be a hot prospect as well. I'd give him a start ahead of most of our current midfield.
  13. Fulham vs Cardiff The living nightmare, sorry, I mean the Championship, goes on this week with the latest batch of games coming up on Wednesday night. It was an action-packed night on Tuesday so we can hope for something similar here. It's Fulham versus Cardiff in a 7:45pm BST kick-off at Craven Cottage where one team has every chance of winning against another team who just look like a clueless bunch of amateurs. Fulham are doing exactly what we expected them to do this season and that's compete for an automatic promotion spot. The Cottagers are 3rd in the table with 23 points and even though league leaders Bournemouth appear to be pulling away it does feel like this season could turn into a battle for the top two between three clubs in Bournemouth, West Brom, and Fulham. Head coach Marco Silva has done a decent job of getting Fulham's array of talented players to bounce back after relegation from the Premier League last season. but inconsistency has crept in a bit with the team managing just 2 wins from their last 5 league games. Still, the 4-1 win over rival promotion battlers QPR on the weekend was a big statement. Striker Aleksandar Mitrovic is also already on 12 league goals for the season. Home form has been maintained though and it's 4 wins from their last 5 home league matches with each of those wins being earned with at least a 2-goal margin. Cardiff did their best to sink to an even lower low this weekend with the 3-0 demolition at the hands of local rivals Swansea away. Many were scratching their heads as to how Mick McCarthy had remained in the job for that game and those puzzled heads were left even more confused when no announcement came of his sacking or resignation the following morning. In fact, it's alleged that he's been given this game and the match with Middlesbrough to turn things around. Quite what the Cardiff board are expecting to happen is beyond me. It was also embarrassing to see CEO Ken Choo try and earn some cheap laughs from our fans by claiming he wished we had a new manager. A complete lack of professionalism not seen around here for quite some time. Anyway, it's now 8 losses from our last 9 matches in all competitions and 6 defeats in the league on the trot. McCarthy has still kept playing 5 centre-backs across our defence and leaving decent players such as Will Vaulks, James Collins, Rubin Colwill, and Perry Ng on the bench. It remains mystifying and screams of a manager fed up and ultimately systematically trying to get sacked. I fear what the score-line could be in this game. We are beyond woeful. It's clear McCarthy has lost the dressing room and that it happened some time ago. The managerial decisions are almost worthy of warranting a sectioning under the mental health act. It seems a case of when not if he gets sacked and we're essentially throwing two games away here against Fulham and Middlesbrough. There were rumours McCarthy was told he must make changes if he wants to stay in the job so we might see personnel change but I think even if he changes formation it's too late now. Fulham are going to batter us and I bet you either Bobby Decordova-Reid or Harry Wilson score against us! Fulham -1 @ 2.37 with VBet Anytime Scorer: Harry Wilson @ 3.10 with Mansion Bet (or Bobby Decordova-Reid for the same price!)
  14. Chelsea vs Malmo The final game that I'm looking at in the Champions League this week is the 8pm BST clash on Wednesday night from Group H between Chelsea and Malmo at Stamford Bridge. This will be a game where the reigning Champions League winners will be expected to win against the group minnows who prop up the table but is there any evidence that we could see a shock here? Chelsea have started this season well with the team currently top of the Premier League table, winning the UEFA Super Cup, and through to the 4th Round of the EFL Cup. However, their Champions League progress hit a stumbling block. After a narrow 1-0 win over Zenit St Petersburg at home in their opening group game the Blues ended up losing 1-0 away to Juventus. Thomas Tuchel's side are down in 3rd place with just 3 points from their opening two games but a likely victory here should improve that situation. The team is boosted by the anticipated return of the trio of Christian Pulisic, Toni Rudiger, and Thiago Silva. Defence will be key for Chelsea again here with the club having kept 6 clean sheets in their last 9 Champions League matches under Tuchel. However, Chelsea haven't scored more than twice in this competition under the former PSG and Borussia Dortmund gaffer. Malmo defied expectations by just reaching this stage of the competition this season. The Blue Ones had to navigate their way past 8 qualification matches eliminating Riga FC, HJK Helsinki, Rangers, and Ludogorets Razgrad to progress to this phase. Head coach Jon Dahl Tomasson will be a familiar name to many as a player but he's carving a fine reputation out as a manager. His team are top of the 2021 Swedish Allsvenskan but they are fortunate other teams around them have slipped up just as much as them with Malmo already suffering 5 draw and 5 losses after 23 games. Unfortunately, it's been two defeats from their opening two group games with the 3-0 loss at home to Juventus followed up by a 4-0 defeat away to Zenit St Petersburg. Only Besiktas have conceded more goals with 8 goals conceded. I think it's hard to see anything other than a business-like win for the home team here. These two sides are poles apart in terms of quality and experience. Chelsea are a team looking to complete a potential quadruple this season where as Malmo are simply looking to not get humiliated in this group stage. All the pressure is on the home team to demolish the visiting side but I think they'll win with mercy. Chelsea to Win to Nil @ 1.57 with BetVictor Chelsea -2 @ 1.99 with VBet
  15. Manchester United vs Atalanta The second night of Champions League action for the week is coming up on Wednesday evening. It's Manchester United versus Atalanta in Group F with the 8pm BST kick-off from Old Trafford. Pressure is building around the home team manager heading into this game and you have to say that failure to win this game would leave Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and United's qualification hopes for the last 16 on the brink. Manchester United have been far from convincing so far this season. The Red Devils are in 6th place in the Premier League, have already suffered elimination from the EFL Cup, and lost their opening Champions League group game by a 2-1 score away to group minnows Young Boys before needing a late winner to beat Villarreal 2-1 at home in their second group match. Solskjaer is once again facing calls to be sacked by certain sectors of the fan base. It's now 7 defeats from their last 12 Champions League games under Solskjaer. The team have also won just 1 of their last 4 home matches across all competitions. Raphael Varane and Anthony Martial are also set to be ruled out of team selection due to injury but the trio of Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Fred, and Edinson Cavani are all available once again. Atalanta are turning into quite the European outfit. Head coach Gian Piero Gasperini has led his team to top of Group F with a 2-2 draw away to Villarreal followed up by a tight 1-0 win at home over Young Boys. The Italian side are also 6th in Serie A but have only lost 1 of their last 5 league matches. La Dea have won 5 of their last 7 away games in the Champions League showing themselves to be a very dangerous travelling team in this competition. Slovenian striker Josip Ilicic is also a man to watch having bagged 5 goals in his last 3 games. When you see the likes of him alongside Robin Gosens, Joakim Maehle, Berat Djimsiti, and Duvan Zapata then you start to see how strong this Atalanta side has become. There is a lot more riding on this game for Manchester United than Atalanta and that's not only for the manager but the team itself. I have to agree with a fair few pundits who are claiming United need to ditch Solskjaer to go to the next level. Maybe I'm still scarred by his time as Cardiff manager but he's always seemed to fall short as a tactician. I feel this game could go either way. I can see United earning a typical scroungy win but at the same time they were so poor against Leicester I just can't bring myself to back them here. Atalanta Double Chance @ 2.45 with SportNation BTTS @ 1.53 with Novibet
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