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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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
  4. From my point of view - this deserves higher stake. 5/10 or even 6/10.
  5. 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
  6. I must say that I paid two bets before the start of the season to Juventus and Atletico win the Champions League. Both the odds were 15. Obviously I hope both teams can qualify to the next round. As for tonight's matches.. Juventus - Barcelona With the Italian Champions in fine form and Barca less convincing on the road,i think backing the hosts in some way makes sense on this evening. Juve's home record is one of the most impressive across the continent with the Old Lady unbeaten in their own stadium in any competition since August 2015. Barcelona's recent away record does not inspire much confidence with their defeat at Malaga on Saturday the third in their last five matches in the road in all competitions. I think that the best or "safest" bet is Juve DNB@1.90 or even Juventus to be ahead on half time or full time @2.20 Dortmund - Monaco Having won three and lost none of their four matches in their own back yard so far in the competition, Die Schwarzgelben are favourites to take control of the tie by coming out on top once again.Meanwhile, Leonardo Jardim’s men have lost both of their last two European matches on the road but are on offer at to put one foot in the final four with a victory in Germany. Having been forced to overturn first-leg deficits in order to see off Benfica and Manchester City in their respective last 16 ties, both of these sides will know the importance of strong home performances in European competition. Unbeaten in 19 matches in front of their own fans this campaign, Thomas Tuchel’s men will feel confident of giving themselves a lead to protect for the trip to Stade Louis II considering their guests have lost five and won just three of their last nine European away games. Odds of 2.75 seem too good to pass up on Monaco finding the net but ending up on the losing side against a Dortmund team that has scored 25 goals in eight Champions League games but conceded seven and kept just one clean sheet in the last four. Dortmund to win&BTTS @2.75
  7. Mascherano, Higuain, Otamendi and Biglia are out due to suspensions. Maybe that's the reason why.
  8. Here's a short video about Miomir Kecmanovic for those who asked to see something about the youngster. https://youtu.be/iEfB-Ilnhk8
  9. Kecman probably took advantage of playing in conditions that suit him. He resides in Florida,he's almost constantly there,living and training. Nevertheless - quite a surprising result for me as well.
  10. I watched the first match. Benfica was completely outplayed. They only had one shot on target,from which they've scored. A pretty much lucky goal,if you ask me. On the other hand - Borussia was excellent, completely dominated the game. Benfiika's goalkeeper has done some wonder saves and Dortmund even missed a penalty. I have no dilemma here. I think that Borussia will win for sure. Sorry for my bad English.
  11. Czech,do you have any thoughts for Ram - Opelka match? I fancy over game line @22.5
  12. From Thursday i fancy these two betts. Bautista-Agut R. - Nishioka Y. Bautista -2.5 (Set Handicap) 1.70 I'm not a fan of these big lines and we all saw what happened with Kyrgios this morning but i like this one. RBA is true competitor,he's in excellent form and he's not going to underestimate his opponent. He only dropped one set in season so far and have demolished Pella in R1 63 61 61. Nishioka is maybe a talented guy - i'll give you that,but i fell that he's unproved yet in Grand Slams. Last season - for example - he's lost all three GS matches he played without taking a single set from Cuevas (AO), Stakhovsky (W) and Anderson (USO). RBA in straigt sets for me. Cibulkova D. - Hsieh Su-Wei Cibulkova -5.5 (Game Handicap) 1.75 Pretty big line,but i guess that Dominika will cover it more often than not. She finished last season in big style by winning the WTA Masters Cup. It seems like that some private issues she had didn't affect her game and she won her R1 match against Alertova 75 62. I don't know how much is she capable against stronger opponents,but will probably have too much power for Hsieh. Hsieh is more like a veteran player these days and her glory days are over. She's 91.in rankings and holds her top 100 status mainly playing smaller events. I took a look on her last season performances and noticed that she easily lost every match she played against better ranked players. Her game is too defensive and i can't see how Su will cope with Dominika's aggressive game.
  13. Maybe because of H2H which stands on Parmentier side? On other hand - those matches are little outdated.