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  1. Andre Silva signed for AC MIlan.
  2. I agree on Serbia. This was so often in the past but not under coach Slavoljub Muslin. Welsh team looking toothless and not so fearsome without Bale. Having scored 12 times in their five matches so far, Serbia are well worth those odds to take advantage of the understrength Welsh side and come out on top. Serbia to win @1.80
  3. AC Milan have completed the signing of full-back Ricardo Rodriguez from Wolfsburg on a four-year deal. Bring on Belotti
  4. By the look of things she may have. Halep didn't impressed me against Pliskova so far.
  5. @delfino Well done mate for the winning tip. But don't judge on this match against Djokovic. Sure - he played an exceptional match and will probably have a chance against Nadal as well, but let's not exaggerate. I'm still not sure about quality of his return and his mental edge. And the most important. Djokovic is very far from his best game. Some recent results have come solely as a result of his talent, not form. The intensity of his training is generally low and also insufficient commitment to tennis. Believe me when I say so. I'm from Serbia and i carefully follow all about Novak and our other players. I'm even friend with some Serbian professionals such as Filip Krajinovic and Nemanja Kontic who was coach of Ana Ivanovic. Nole's private life is a mess. He and his wife Jelena expecting another child, but their relationship is a little shaky lately. She's in a lot of bad relations with his parents, Srdjan and Dijana. And there are some rumors about his brother Marko, and the nature of his relationship with Pepe Imaz. All this significantly affects Novak and his commitment to tennis, training and career. Now with Andre Agassi he's trying to make a restart but it will not be easy and the first serious results will be visible only for a six months or so,i would say.
  6. They have already signed Musacchio from Villarreal and Kessie from Atalanta. It seems like they made a deals with Conti (right back, Atalanta), Rodriguez ( left back,Wolfsburg) and Lucas Biglia (midfielder, Lazio). I suppose that final transfer will be new forward player - Belotti or Morata. Of course,AC Milan will need to ensure Donnarumma staying.
  7. I would like to see him in Milan for sure. Don't know how realistic is this since Milan won't play CL but i think he would fit perfectly. So,Alvaro - come to Rossoneri and help us to make Grande Milan again.
  8. It's too early for serious tipps Stevie But on a first glance i would say that odds for Real Madrid to retain their crown are pretty decent. For me Atleti are always a legitimate candidates,with Los Rojiblancos boosted by the news that both manager Diego Simeone and star forward Antoine Griezmann seems to be staying. On the other hand - they transfer ban appeal has been rejected so they can't sign new players until January 2018. And without some fresh blood i doubt they can make it. Particulalry with Real standing on their way,like they did in previous 4 years. Like i said - it's too early really for this kind of tipps and analysis.
  9. Like i mentioned before - i have put small stake to Juventus winning the Champions League back in September @15 Obviously i'll hope they can lift the trophy in Cardiff. As for the match.. Really tough game to call. Particularly because Real Madrir is very clinical in these types of matches. Even this one is final match and so much is on the stake,i'll definitely go with BTTS @ 1.95. Draw is very realistic outcome,but i don't see this ending as goaless final.
  10. Atletico Madrid - Real Madrid This time i'll try total goals over 2.5 @ 1.75 Hosts are desperate to commit everything forward and i think this could leade to goals galore match. Atletico need goals to have any hope, while Madrid have a superb scoring record. Indeed, this bet paid out in 17 of Los Blancos' last 18 games in all competitions, and even if they score early to kill the tie on Wednesday they will still look for goals to underline their superiority.
  11. Odds on Monaco are ridiculous again. Value surely lies on a away team. I'm waiting for Peo004 and FCNA to have their saying. As French residents i suppose they have more informations.
  12. Real Madrid - Barcelona The home side have scored 21 league goals between the 76th minute and full time. Barcelona have scored 18 in the final 15 minutes of the matches. I will back a goal to be scored after 77 minute a bet which has proved extremely profitable in this fixture in recent seasons. Indeed, this selection has paid out in eight of the last 11 Clasicos and with Real Madrid in particularly having a fondness for late goals this season, backing one to be scored after 77 minute looks extremely tempting @ 1.91
  13. From my point of view - this deserves higher stake. 5/10 or even 6/10.
  14. AS Monaco - Borussia Dortmund Curiously enough, Dortmund are favorites to win in 90 minutes despite the Ligue 1 side boasting a strong home record in Europe. Monaco have won 21 of the 30 Champions League matches they have hosted, and of the sides in the history of the tournament who have hosted at least 30 games, only Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich boast a better home win percentage. Dortmund, for their part, have only won two of their last six away games in the competition, with their only clean sheet during that time coming at an extremely poor Legia Warsaw. Monaco therefore look to be a little over priced, and this exciting, attacking team look good value to record another home win. However, instead of backing them outright for the win, i will take the price of 2.05 for the hosts to score over 1.5 goals. Leonardo Jardim's men are the top scorers in Ligue 1 this season with 90 goals in 32 games, while at home they have netted 54 goals in 16 games. In the Champions League, meanwhile, they have scored at least two goals in their last three home matches. Against a Dortmund side who do not look particularly solid defensively, Monaco look well placed to net at least twice. Monaco to score more than 1.5 goals @ 2.05