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  1. Konyaspor vs Yeni Malatyaspor Our Monday night preview in the Turkish Super Lig (this can become a thing!) is a mid-table clash between Konyaspor and Yeni Malatyaspor in a 6pm BST kick-off at the Konya Buyuksehir Stadium. Both sides have had satisfactory starts to the season but it feels like their form is still finely balanced. A win or loss here could send them down two very different paths so it's crucial they both get something from this game. Konyaspor are in 7th place in the Turkish top flight and have the potential to move into 2nd place with a resounding win here. Manager Aykut Kocaman will be pleased with his team's displays so far this season after their 8th placed finish last season. Three wins on the bounce has got the team morale buzzing and you get the impression a victory here could really push that momentum. An undefeated record at home offers quiet confidence heading into this game. Yeni Malatyaspor might be positioned slightly lower in the table than their opponents today in 10th place but only 2 points separate the two teams. Inconsistency has been their biggest problem over recent games with 2 wins, 1 draw, and 3 defeats coming over the past 6 matches. You just don't know which Yeni side will turn up. Only four teams boast a worse away record too so this will be a game that will create anxiety for them in the build-up. I'm confident this game will have goals. Konyaspor have scored 10 in their past 7 league games and Yeni have bagged 16 goals in 7 matches. Initially, I was tempted to back a score draw but I just don't have enough faith in Yeni to get a result on the road against a team that are so tough to break down on their own patch. I think a narrow home win seems like the best option. Trust the ELO ratings! Konyaspor to Win @ 2.15 with Coral BTTS @ 1.87 with Sportingbet @black_baar, we've missed your valuable insight this week! @vratislav, do you have any thoughts on this game?
  2. Sheffield United vs Arsenal The Premier League action continues into Monday this week with top flight new boys Sheffield United entertaining an enigmatic Arsenal in an 8pm BST kick-off at Bramall Lane. The home side will be hoping to put a bit of breathing space between themselves and the relegation spots where as the visitors are looking to move back into the sought-after top four. Sheffield United have done themselves proud so far this season. Chris Wilder's men have been courageous in their efforts that has seen them lie in 15th place with 9 points from their 8 league games. The fact they've lost as few games as Tottenham, West Ham, and Bournemouth this season shows they simply need to start turning draws into wins so they can start flying up that league table. John Fleck, Oliver McBurnie, and David McGoldrick all face late fitness tests. The Blades might well have a cracking away record this season but they've lost their last three home league games. Arsenal are a side that offer as many questions as they do answers every week. Just when we think Unai Emery has got this team clicking they mess up. Then when we start writing them off they begin to look inspirational. The Gunners are currently in 5th place with just 1 defeat to their name this season. The issue has been the amount of draws that are holding them back from being genuine title contenders. There is hope that Alexandre Lacazette might be involved. It's now three away games without a win for Arsenal this season. The club has also only managed to keep 2 clean sheets in 23 away league matches under Emery. The head-to-head record heavily favours Arsenal. The London side have lost just 3 of their previous 26 encounters with United in all competitions. That said, the Blades are undefeated against the Gunners in their past four home league games. That's a record that stretches back to April 1991. Unfortunately, I think Arsenal will have too much for United here. I can see a 2-0 or 2-1 win for the visitors here. I expect United to be resolute but Arsenal just need to be patient. Arsenal to Win @ 1.95 with Betfred Draw HT/ Arsenal FT @ 5.40 with BetVictor
  3. The EFL Cup 4th Round is set to take place next week. Here are the odds for the eight matches scheduled. Have a look at these, do some research, and tell us what bets you're slamming down for these encounters!
  4. The odds and ratings for the next round of Premier League matches are here. Take a look at them above and then share any tips or predictions you have for these games down below! It was a cracking week of chat last week so hopefully we can have some more of that!
  5. The latest Italian Serie A and B matches are now up with their odds and ratings. I'll add the Serie B information when it's available. Read through it and let us know what predictions you have for this next round of games.
  6. It's a midweek feast of action from League 1 and League 2 this week. Check out the odds and ratings for these upcoming games and let us know your tips for the matches. @Papa Lazarou, @freestylerx, @allyhibs, @iBetting, @betcatalog, @Magic0024, @malabgd, @kulikTS, @golakeh1, @Unnamed, @willie82, @dogmeister, @TheEdge, @JJG, @allthethings, @Mindfulness, @the bastardian, @teddybear3011, @Marek76, @salmonman, @Unnamed, @mij0sim, @jazzman02, @Bobby Vegas, @Teodore, @Tiffy, @nenri981, @MangoTheThird, @Johnmccain, @Papa Lazarou, @VYA, @THEODORE-007, @Hitch, @gruja, @Sierra Delta, @willie82, and @sajtion.
  7. There is a midweek batch of Championship games coming up. Check out the odds and ratings above here. Then once you've done your research tell us what bets you're placing! @waynecoyne, @sajtion, @arvee, @canaries91, @Mindfulness, @betcatalog, @Magic0024, @malabgd, @CloughandTaylor, @Tiffy, @Gidds, @chris50, @PokerWolf1, @teddybear3011, @skyblues88, @allyhibs, @Icongene, @KikoCy, @willie82, @Neubs, @Papa Lazarou, @kulikTS, @Valkovets, @Pipoca, @padman, @Marek76, @silver fox, @neilovan, @HastGill1, @jazzman02, @andypaps28, @Kenton Schweppes, @rangers234, @newjack, @Kane91, @yossa6133, @The Sexless Innkeeper, @Xcout, @branskie, @Wanderer89, @Hitch, @four-leaf, @trevor8, @OppoArchitizerLady, @Power90, @THEODORE-007, @KeyserSoze1, @Ulrik, @Rey86, @freddie01, and @the bastardian.
  8. New phrase officially confirmed for this forum now. When a heavy underdog wins we can say "You've been Craig Levein'd there!".
  9. Hearts vs Rangers I remember growing up when this clash was a massive match but nowadays it has sort of lost a bit of its importance. Hearts play Rangers in a 12:15pm BST kick-off at Tynecastle. The home side are really struggling this season as they hover dangerously above the relegation zone where as the visiting team have the potential to move back 2 points clear at the top of the SPL table. Hearts are in dire straits right now. It seems a lifetime ago that Craig Levein's men were genuinely being touted as the new rivals for Celtic's dominance. How so much can change in such a short space of time hey, @allyhibs? Anyway, the Jambos are in 11th place with just 6 points from 8 league games. This form means they're currently occupying the relegation play-off spot and need to start picking up points immediately. Rangers continue to progress under Steve Gerrard. Not long ago the idea of the Gers moving 2 points ahead at the top of the table seemed unimaginable. Now, it's a realistic possibility. 7 wins from their 8 league games so far this season is a superb return. The goals that have come from Jermain Defoe and Alfredo Morelos have been key in those points coming. I expect the misery to continue for Hearts here. I'm not sure what's going wrong right now. Maybe our resident Scottish correspondent can fill us in? Rangers are playing very well and even though I don't think it'll be a rout I can see them winning this game and earning their fourth clean sheet in a row in the league. I'd also back Defoe to add to his prolific tally. Rangers to Win to Nil @ 2.25 with Sportingbet Anytime Scorer: Jermain Defoe @ 1.98 with Unibet
  10. Wigan vs Nottingham Forest Championship fans and punters are treated to a Sunday afternoon kick-off this week when Wigan host Nottingham Forest in a 2pm BST kick-off at the DW Stadium. The home side come into this game desperately needing a win to pull away from the relegation zone but they face a visiting team that is flying high and looking to extend an impressive unbeaten run. Wigan currently sit in 20th place with 11 points from 11 league matches. The Latics are positioned just 2 points above the relegation zone so the situation is fairly precarious right now. Captain Sam Morsy is suspended for this game and that'll be a huge loss for Paul Cook's side. It's only 2 defeats in their last 6 matches but over a longer period the form book shows how much they're struggling with just 2 wins in their last 10 league games. Nottingham Forest are really giving the promotion race a go this season. The Tricky Trees are in a rich vein of form of 10 league games without a loss. This spell of results has seen Sabri Lamouchi's men rise to 4th in the table with 22 points from 11 matches. A win by 3 goals or more here and it will send the team to the top of the table. Michael Dawson and Alfa Semedo are still unavailable for selection. Samba Sow is also injured. Interestingly, Wigan have never lost a competitive home match against Nottingham Forest. In fact, the home record of Wigan in the league is quite prolific with the club only losing 1 of their last 15 home league games. However, Forest are unbeaten in six league matches against Wigan. Forest also haven't lost since the opening day of the season. I think this one could end in a draw and both teams will take that result. Draw @ 3.40 with Bet365 BTTS @ 1.87 with SportNation
  11. Manchester United vs Liverpool The big game of the weekend is coming up on Sunday afternoon at 4:30pm BST when old rivals Manchester United and Liverpool go head-to-head at Old Trafford. It's a match that doesn't quite have the anticipation of previous encounters with one team really struggling to assert their influence on the league this season and the other team running away with the lead at the top of the table. Manchester United are in trouble. Make no bones about it. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was going to be a failure. That's what thousands of Cardiff fans like me predicted. The Red Devils are currently in 14th place with just 9 points from their first 8 league games of the season. That puts them just 1 point above the relegation zone. Rumours are that a heavy defeat in this game will be the end of Solskjaer. Injury worries plague the team with Paul Pogba, David De Gea, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Anthony Martial, Luke Shaw, Jesse Lingard, Phil Jones, and Mason Greenwood all doubtful. A worrying stat is that United have not scored more than 1 goal in any of their last 10 competitive matches. They are also on a run of just 2 wins in their last 13 league games. A loss for United will give them their worst start to a league campaign since the 1986/87 season. Liverpool come into this game in complete contrast. Jurgen Klopp's side are 1st in the Premier League with a 100% record of 24 points from their first 8 league games. The Reds are the reigning European champions and look in a prime position to add the Premier League title to their cabinet. It's early days yet though. A win here would give Liverpool a record-equalling 18th consecutive top flight league win. One stat that should make Liverpool fans cautious is the fact they have won just 2 of their last 13 away games against the "reputed top six" sides in the top flight. If there is any hope to take heading into this game for United fans then it's the fact that their side have gone undefeated against Liverpool over their last six home matches in all competitions. However, four of the past six meetings between these two have ended in a draw with three of those ending 0-0. I can't see both teams cancelling each other out here. I think this will be a new painful experience for United fans with Liverpool winning 2-0 or even 3-0. Liverpool HT/FT @ 2.75 with BetVictor Liverpool -1 @ 3.10 with SpreadEx
  12. Xanthi vs Aris The Greek Super League has some very one-sided matches this weekend with wins for Olympiakos, AEK Athens, and PAOK already seemingly confirmed before they've played according to the bookies. It makes sense to try and find value in one of the closer games so I'm opting for the game between high-flying Xanthi and mid-table Aris which kicks off at 3pm BST on Sunday at the Xanthi FC Arena. It's been a cracking start to the season for Xanthi in the top flight of Greek football. Kiko Ramirez is proving to be an astute appointment by the club hierarchy with the Spaniard leading his team to 2nd in the table with 5 wins and just 1 loss from their first 6 league games this season. Back-to-back wins after the 3-0 loss away to Larissa has shown they have the character to bounce back after a defeat. A 100% record at home also bodes well heading into this game. Aris are treading water at the moment in 9th place with just 5 points from their 6 league games. Head coach Michael Oenning has now seen his team fail to win any of their last 3 league games. The club is now in danger of dropping even further down the league table if they fail to win here. Scoring goals hasn't been a problem for the team with 9 goals scored in their last 4 matches but conceding is an issue with 7 goals conceded in that period. I'm going to have to back a home win here. Aris haven't been great on the road and this fragile defence is there to be picked apart. Xanthi are looking in fantastic form this season and they've passed the first test of recovering from that Larissa defeat. Aris are in danger of free falling if they don't start picking up points again soon. I don't think they can do it here against a Xanthi team that have the potential to turn their home base into a fortress this season. Xanthi to Win @ 3.40 with SportPesa BTTS @ 2.05 with Coral @betcatalog, @THEODORE-007, @Magic0024, and @Icongene.
  13. Bala Town vs Barry Town The Cymru Premier gives us a game that is close to my heart this week. It's a Bala Town team that my own club has a close affiliation to up against league leaders Barry Town whose players we have come up against a lot in the past. Kick-off is scheduled for 2:30pm on Saturday afternoon at the Maes Tegid in Bala and it's going to be tough to separate these two teams. Bala Town are starting to build some momentum. Three league wins on the bounce has seen Colin Caton's men rise to 4th in the table and they are now just 4 points behind their opponents today. Their home form has been a bit hit and miss over the course of the season with 3 wins and 2 losses but they're undefeated in their last three competitive matches on home turf. Barry Town have been sublime this season. Gavin Chesterfield's men still lead the way with 23 points from their 9 league games. Only Connah's Quay and Cardiff Met Uni also possess unbeaten records this season. It's now 4 league games won on the bounce and it's hard to see who is going to inflict a first defeat on this very well-oiled Dragons unit. That said, given Bala's recent home form they stand a fair chance of giving Barry a real game today. I keep swaying between backing a narrow 1-0 away win for Barry which has become a bit of a trademark for them this season or thinking Bala might actually catch them on the hop. Barry's postponed game against Penybont means they've had some rest but sometimes that can be a bad thing if you're enjoying the momentum of a winning run. Due to the fact I can't decent I'll have to go for a low-scoring draw. Draw @ 3.66 with Marathonbet Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 2.30 with Betfair
  14. KV Kortrijk vs Zulte Waregem The Belgian First Division A doesn't have a huge amount of glamorous matches every week so you can see why it's not really generated a massive global following but in terms of betting there's always some matches that throw up some value. This week it's the mid-table battle between KV Kortrijk and Zulte Waregem in a 7pm BST kick-off this Saturday evening at the Guidensporenstadion. KV Kortrijk are funnily enough a team owned by Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan. Now, I'm a bit uncomfortable with owners having more than one club but that's a discussion for another day. This is one club owned by Tan that has managed to remain in the top flight of their domestic league pyramid. The team is currently in 10th place on 11 points after 10 games but after a dour run of results Yves Vanderhaeghe's team got back to winning ways in their last game when they hammered 10 man Sint-Truiden by a 4-0 score-line at home. Zulte Waregem will be pleased with their campaign so far. Francky Dury's side are positioned in 7th place with 16 points from 10 games in the league. This has left them just 1 point off the top four sides. Their home form is irresistible right now. Summed up by the club's 6-0 battering of Cercle Brugge in their last league game at home. Unfortunately, their away form is falling just short and letting them down a bit. It's just 1 win in their 5 league games on the road so far. Initially, I was keen to back the home side to win this one but the more I've analysed the more I'm tempted by the draw. Zulte Waregem have drawn 3 of their away league games so far this season showing how hard they are to break down. It feels like they have a squad that can qualify for Europe. KV Kortrijk have also only lost 1 league game at home so this won't be easy. I'm very tempted by the home win price but I think the draw sneaks it. Draw @ 3.90 with Betfair Total Goals Scored Over 3.5 @ 2.39 with Marathonbet @laprikon, @VYA, @Magic0024, @the bastardian, @ElPrincipito007, and @Marc Kearney.
  15. Emmen vs Fortuna Sittard The Dutch Eredivisie is a tough batch of matches to go through this weekend so I'm going to play it reasonably safe by looking at the bottom-of-the-table clash between Emmen and Fortuna Sittard in a 1:30pm BST kick-off this Sunday afternoon at the Oude Meerdijk. Both teams have struggled to make an impression this season but with the ELO ratings heavily favouring a home win it makes sense to look at that outcome. Emmen are in 15th place in the top flight of Dutch football with just 7 points from their 9 league games so far. It leaves Dick Lukkien's side hovering just 1 point and one place above the relegation play-off spots. Their fans will have a bit of optimism coming into this game because Emmen have looked decent in their past two matches on home turf with a 3-0 win over ADO Den Haag and a hard-fought 3-3 draw against Feyenoord where they were only denied all 3 points by a last minute equaliser from Luciano Narsingh. Fortuna Sittard will desperately want to take something from this game. Sjors Ultee's men are currently occupying 17th place in the division with just 6 points from 9 league games. Only the awful RKC Waalwijk are stopping them from being rock bottom of the table. Despite their form recently picking up with an impressive 4-2 win at home to Feyenoord and a 0-0 draw at home to Sparta (albeit against 10 men) their away form this season is terrible. Just 1 point earned on the road and 14 goals conceded in their 4 away matches. I think this leaky Fortuna Sittard defence is going to be their downfall again here. Emmen are solid enough at home and have shown they have goals in the locker. Combine that with Fortuna's inability to keep a clean sheet on their travels and it could be a painful watch for their fans. I'm expecting a standard home win with goals aplenty so this could be one to watch if you have access to the game being televised. Emmen to Win @ 1.80 with Betway Total Goals Scored Over 3.5 @ 2.07 with Marathonbet @laprikon, @TOTTI3, @Rimmed, @Magic0024, @Xcout, @malabgd, @Niceguy, and @Charon84.
  16. Hoffenheim vs Schalke 04 The Bundesliga is proving to be a cruel enigmatic mistress this season. Borussia Monchengladbach lead the way which says it all. No offence to their fans, of course! Our preview this week focuses on the battle between two sides hoping to qualify for European competition when Hoffenheim play Schalke 04 in a 5pm BST kick-off this Sunday afternoon at the Wirsol Rhein-Neckar-Arena. Hoffenheim are probably just performing below their high expectation levels this season. Head coaches Frank Briel and Dr Peter Gorlich have guided the team to 12th in the table with just 8 points from their 7 league games to date. A shock 2-1 win away to Bayern Munich in their last league game has left a feelgood factor around the club but before that their only win this season came back on 24th August. Did the Bayern victory simply paper over the cracks? Schalke 04 continue to be a team on the rise in German football. Failure to qualify for the Champions League last season was disappointing but it seems that the ownership are intent on rectifying that. David Wagner has been brought in and the former Huddersfield manager has led his side to 6th in the table and just 2 points off the league leaders. 14 goals in 7 league games shows their attacking intent and it's now a run of 5 league games without a loss. Is something special building here? This game is a close one to call but had Hoffenheim not won their last game I think Schalke 04 might even be coming into this at far lower odds. Still, we see it time and time again that after an epic score clubs can sometimes suffer a hangover. I think Schalke 04, at the price being offered, are worth backing as a draw no bet option. I think they could win this and Hoffenheim will go back to struggling to picking up victories. Schalke 04 Draw No Bet @ 1.90 with Unibet BTTS @ 1.62 with William Hill Magic0024, @malabgd, @sajtion, @betcatalog, @DrO, @Neubs, @Xcout, @Banter1, @Bayern, @DonPaulo, @fhuefdsa, @Franger83, @Uriel18, @VYA, @EuroDream, @JPee, @i1_principe, @euphoria. @Sterphyle, @MisterInstinct, @dylanphan, and @JKos.
  17. Here are the odds for all the games this weekend. Nice thoughts there @Bang on! @Cheltenhamwhite and @Wiltshire Shot, what bets stand out for you?
  18. Marseille vs Strasbourg Ligue 1 offers up a plethora of decent value this week as it returns from the international break. We start our coverage with Marseille playing Strasbourg in an 8pm BST kick-off this Sunday night at the Stade Velodrome. The home side come into this as firm favourites but will the away side throw a spanner in the works and come out of this game with a shock win? Marseille are going through a rough spell right now with Andre Villas-Boas' side sitting in 8th place after a winless streak of 4 league games. The team is now on 13 points from 9 matches but they are only 3 points off the Champions League qualification pace. The cause of concern right now for Marseille is the lack of goals being scored. Just 3 goals scored in their last 4 league games and a 3-1 defeat away to Amiens in their last game. It's simply not good enough. Strasbourg will be keen to take advantage of Marseille's poor form. Manager Thierry Laurey has overseen his team struggle to make an impact this season. The club is sat in 17th place on 9 points with 2 wins, 3 draws, and 4 defeats from their matches so far. Only goal difference is keeping the team above the relegation zone. Despite picking up 2 wins from their last 4 league games it's still no wins from their games on the road this season. I appreciate that now might not be a time when many people have much faith in Marseille but I think the international break came at the right time. It gave them a chance to pause for reflection and re-evaluate. Even though they'd not won in four league games it's still only 1 loss in their last 8. I expect them to get back to winning ways here and I wouldn't be surprised if Strasbourg's run without scoring a goal away from home continues. Marseille to Win @ 1.88 with Betway Marseille HT/FT @ 3.00 with Coral @Pep004, @sodabrab, @giraldi, @Magic0024, @allthethings, @DrO, @malabgd, @Xcout, @betcatalog, @sajtion, @FCNA, @silver fox, @thinkpink63, @TOTTI3, @Warbirds, and @canaries91.
  19. Cagliari vs SPAL Yes, guess who's back? Serie A's back! In true Italian sports betting fashion I'm going to build on @Mindfulness great preview above and take the anticlimactic stance by covering Cagliari versus SPAL which is scheduled to kick-off at 2pm BST on Sunday at the Sardegna Arena. The home side are chasing down the leading pack but will potential relegation candidates halt their cause? Cagliari are really proving to be a surprise package this season. Rolando Maran is doing a cracking job with his club positioned in 7th place and just 2 points off the pace of the Champions League qualification spots after 7 league games. Granted, it's early days but an unbeaten run of 5 league games is showing that the team has what it takes to give European qualification a real crack this season. Taking points off the likes of Napoli and Roma has shown they can mix it with the big guns. SPAL served us well last season. The little team that could are struggling to get away from the danger zone this season. Manager Leonardo Semplici has overseen his side win 2 and lose 5 of their 7 league games up until now. It's left the club in 17th place and only outside the drop zone on goal difference. The 1-0 win at home against Parma in their most recent league game provided a slight remedy to the poor start of 5 losses from their first 6 league matches. However, the failure to take a single point on the road so far is a concern. The fact this is a SPAL team that haven't even scored an away goal this season shows exactly why Cagliari are fantastic value. Especially because this Cagliari team are looking like a team that can push the top teams. The only catch is that Cagliari have only won 1 of their 4 home games in the league. I believe they'll double that win record here with a narrow win. Cagliari to Win @ 2.17 with Marathonbet Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.76 with Unibet @Pep004, @Magic0024, @malabgd, @four-leaf, @allthethings, @betcatalog, @sajtion, @the bastardian, @chris666, @thegeneral55, @Mindfulness, @stephen m, @teddybear3011, @jazzman02, @Bayern, @Xcout, @Valkovets, @MangoTheThird, @DonPaulo, @Franger83, @fhuefdsa, @dinero, @laprikon, @cluelessG, @Skenderbeg, @Gabosbet, @thinkpink63, @VYA, @balkan-pro, @i1_principe, @Hitch, @vicsuna, @Rey86, and @scommetix.
  20. They're screwed then! I say that, his record in Italy isn't too bad with a 49.36% win ratio at five clubs since 2007. Not going to include his three first jobs in the mid to late 90s. A manager that certainly divides opinion.
  21. Athletic Bilbao vs Real Valladolid The La Liga schedule is back in full swing this weekend and our focus for our preview is on the mid-table clash between Athletic Bilbao and Real Valladolid. Kick-off is 5:30pm BST at the San Mames on Sunday night. Neither side has been in overly spectacular form in recent weeks so the need to take all 3 points in this game is crucial. Will either team be able to do that or will they cancel each other out? Athletic Bilbao currently sit in 7th place after 8 league games with 12 points. Head coach Gaizka Garitano will be disappointed that his team have lost ground over the past couple of league games with back-to-back 1-0 losses to Valencia at home and Celta Vigo away. The loss to Valencia was particularly gut-wrenching because it ended the club's 100% winning record at home. Interestingly, not a single one of Athletic's league games so far have resulted in over 2.5 goals being scored. Real Valladolid can put a more positive spin on their recent form. Sergio Gonzalez has seen his team struggle to put a run of wins together this campaign. The club is in 13th place having drawn 50% of their league matches. On the plus side, Pucela have gone the last three league games undefeated. In terms of their away record, they've only lost 2 of their 5 away league matches so far. The ELO ratings are slightly in favour of the home win and the turnaround over the past few games has swung that way. I have to back Athletic BIlbao here because even though they've lost their last two matches they've still performed reasonably well. This should be a return to winning ways for the Basque Country side as they get their European qualification aspirations back on track. Athletic Bilbao to Win & Under 2.5 Goals Scored @ 3.10 with Boylesports Athletic Bilbao HT/FT @ 2.80 with Coral @Pep004, @Magic0024, @betcatalog, @malabgd, @AndreBR, @Xcout, @four-leaf, @sajtion, @Arkadi Manucharov, @Jamesboaz, @RealUnited, @allyhibs, @jazzman02, @Mr.Paul, @notanotherdonkey, @Marek76, @freestylerx, @DonPaulo, @fhuefdsa, @laprikon, @Gabosbet, @Dr. Florida192, @thinkpink63, @MarioDunav, @EuroDream, @vicsuna, @i1_principe, @dinero, @Sterphyle, @SPACEGHOST87, @Odyssey, @i1_principe, and @derbent.