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AFC Champions League Tues 5th - Weds 6th May 2015


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Final group games [TABLE=class: couponTable, width: 616]

[TR] [TH][/TH] [TH=class: firstColumn]Tuesday 5 May 2015[/TH] [TH]Home[/TH] [TH]Draw[/TH] [TH]Away[/TH] [TH=class: bppWidth]BPP[/TH] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Brisbane Roar v Urawa Red Diamonds (10:00 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]1.9[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]4.2[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]4.3[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]99.45 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Suwon Samsung Bluewings v Beijing Guoan (10:00 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]2.4[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]3.2[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]3.8[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]99.23 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Guangzhou Evergrande v Western Sydney Wanderers (12:00 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]1.65[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]4.5[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]5.8[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]100.07 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Kashima Antlers v FC Seoul (12:00 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]2.08[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]3.8[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]4[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]99.39 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Al-Ahli Dubai v Teraktor Sazi FC (16:30 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]1.72[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]4[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]6[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]99.56 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Nasaf Qarshi v Al-Ahli Jeddah (16:30 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]2.15[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]3.48[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]3.8[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]101.56 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Al-Hilal Riyadh v Al Sadd (17:05 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]1.79[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]3.75[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]5.3[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]101.40 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Foolad v Lokomotiv Tashkent (17:05 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]2[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]3.55[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]4.3[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]101.42 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR] [TH][/TH] [TH=class: firstColumn]Wednesday 6 May 2015[/TH] [TH]Home[/TH] [TH]Draw[/TH] [TH]Away[/TH] [TH=class: bppWidth]BPP[/TH] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Buriram United v Guangzhou R&F (11:15 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]1.63[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]4.1[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]6[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]102.41 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Gamba Osaka v Seongnam FC (11:15 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]1.53[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]4.4[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]7.4[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]101.60 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Becamex Binh Duong v Kashiwa Reysol (11:30 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]10[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]5.8[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]1.34[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]101.87 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors v Shandong Luneng Taishan (11:30 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]1.57[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]4.4[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]6.8[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]101.13 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Al-Ain v Naft Tehran (16:30 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]1.97[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]3.8[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]4.2[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]100.89 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Pakhtakor Tashkent v Al-Shabab Riyadh (16:30 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]1.51[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]4.4[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]8.1[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]101.30 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row0] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Al-Nassr Riyadh v Lekhwiya (17:05 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]1.8[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]3.8[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]5.1[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]101.48 %[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [/TR] [TR=class: row1] [TD=align: center]maximize.gif[/TD] [TD=class: firstColumn]Persepolis FC v Bunyodkor (17:05 BST)[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]1.46[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]4.5[/TD] [TD=class: selectionBestOdd, align: center]9.3[/TD] [TD=class: bppWidth bpp, align: center]101.47 %[/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE]
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Re: AFC Champions League Tues 5th - Weds 6th May 2015 Tues 5th May 12.00 Guangzhou Evergrande - Western Sydney Wanderers Guangzhou have already qualified. Western Sydney have to win here and hope that the other game is a draw. I think Western Sydney Wanderers are worth backing to win here at odds of over 5.0. Although Western Sydney have struggled in the Australian A League this season, they have often got unexpected results in the AFC Champions League. I think they can win here, and with defence being their strength, a win to nil is also worth backing ... Western Sydney Wanderers 5.3 188Bet Stake: 2 points Western Sydney to win to Nil 10.0 Paddy Power Stake: 1.5 points Total stake: 3.5 points

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Re: AFC Champions League Tues 5th - Weds 6th May 2015 Kashima Antlers v Seoul Both sides are on 6 points. Both need to win to be sure of qualifying. I think over 2.5 goals are quite likely here as both sides go for the win, and this is worth backing at just under evens - Over 2.5 1.98 Marathon Stake: 5 points

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Re: AFC Champions League Tues 5th - Weds 6th May 2015 Group E Jeonbuk Motors v Shandong Luneng Weds 6th May 11.30 A 2-way fight for qualification between the 2nd and 3rd placed clubs in this group. Jeonbuk need a point. Shandong have to win. I think overs (over 2.5) are quite likely here and worth backing at just under 1.8. Over 2.5 1.78 Marathon Stake: 4 points

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Re: AFC Champions League Tues 5th - Weds 6th May 2015 AFC Champions League: Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao -Western Sydney Warriors The last two winners of this competition meet in Guangzhou , renewing a rivalry from last year when Warriors knocked out Evergrande at the quarter final stage en route to wiining the competition. They were two very tight games, with WSW edging home by the minimum margin in the first leg and then going through on away goals on the back of a 2-1 loss in China. It is now Warriors who are defending the title and that was always going to be a huge ask for them this season, not just to do well in this, but also to compete domestically after a hugely draining 2014. I have reproduced notes from last year's first meeting below to provide some background information, we did not preview the group game in Australia in March where a GET team, perhaps also out for a little revenge, won 3-2, courtesy of a Ricardo Goulart hat trick. However, the key points today are that the hosts are already group winners and have nothing to play for but pride and possibly a little more revenge, they play the two Shanghai teams in the next week, including Dongya who currently lead GET by one point at the top of the table and are likely to at least play with those games in mind, giving that this is effectively meaningless. We also know that it is incredibly dangerous and foolhardy to ever write WSW off, they love to surprise and are absolutely certain to give their all and leave nothing on the pitch today. There task is very difficult, they need to win and hope that the FC Seoul- Kashima Antlers game ends in a draw, that is set to be very close with the winner progressing, or a draw being enough for the Korean team if WSM do not win, so it is easy to see a cat and mouse encounter at least through 45 minutes in Kashima, which should give Warriors encouragement. They are missing several players today including suspended trio of striker Kerem Bulut, defender Yusuke Tanaka and midfielder Kearyn Baccus, but that doesn't really change too much, they will have to gamble and look for goals, as whatever side the hosts put out, they are very difficult to keep out for 90 minutes on home soild, but they are more vulnerable in recent times and have already conceded three at home to Antlers in the group stage ( 4-3) and two to WSW in the reverse leg and the visitors got the away they required here last season, so don't rule out them at least making a decent stab at this and even if they lose heavily, 4-2 or something similar is possible and I see value, if you can find it, in Western Sydney Warriors to score over 1.5 goals ( two or more) at circa 3.50 ( I unit), far easier to back is "over" 3 goals which is a general 2.29 with Sportmarket Pro/ Pinnacle

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Re: AFC Champions League Tues 5th - Weds 6th May 2015

Tues 5th May 12.00 Guangzhou Evergrande - Western Sydney Wanderers Guangzhou have already qualified. Western Sydney have to win here and hope that the other game is a draw. I think Western Sydney Wanderers are worth backing to win here at odds of over 5.0. Although Western Sydney have struggled in the Australian A League this season, they have often got unexpected results in the AFC Champions League. I think they can win here, and with defence being their strength, a win to nil is also worth backing ... Western Sydney Wanderers 5.3 188Bet Stake: 2 points Western Sydney to win to Nil 10.0 Paddy Power Stake: 1.5 points Total stake: 3.5 points
Result: Guangzhou Evergrande 0 Western Sydney Wanderers 2 Both bets won :ok Returns 10.6 + 15 = 25.6 points Profit = 22.1 points
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Kashima Antlers v Seoul Both sides are on 6 points. Both need to win to be sure of qualifying. I think over 2.5 goals are quite likely here as both sides go for the win, and this is worth backing at just under evens - Over 2.5 1.98 Marathon Stake: 5 points
Result: Kashima Antlers 2 Seoul 3 Bet won :ok Stake: 5 points Return: 9.9 points Profit = +4.9 points
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Re: AFC Champions League Tues 5th - Weds 6th May 2015 AFC Champions League 2015: Jeonbuk Motors vs Shandong Luneng The following contents are originally posted on my blog: https://analysisandpreview.wordpress.com/2015/05/06/afc-champions-league-2015-match-preview-jeonbuk-hyundai-motors-vs-shandong-luneng/ ============== I think the bookmakers is somewhat overestimating Jeonbuk Hyundai, or say, they underestimated Shandong Luneng.The value here on the away side, Shandong Luneng(+1) 2.075@bet365 is something we can take. First of all, yes Jeonbuk Hyundai beaten Shandong with the scoreline of 4-1, when these two teams met 2 months ago. But two months are a long time, that many things can change. That 4-1 game was quite even, Jeonbuk just grabbed all of these chances. Shandong Luneng’s goalkeeper, Dalei Wang, was not in his best form by then, actually he was in a terrible form. But he has recently been picking up his form. As China national team’s goalkeeper, he has shown what he can do in this year’s AFC Asian Cup. In fact, Shandong, as a whole team, is playing well in recent 3 games, and the 3-0 victory against Beijing Guoan is the highlight of their performance. They might be still weak at defense, but they have sufficient power in attack to make up for their weak defense. They boast one of the best offense lines in China, although their top striker Aloisio will miss this game as he is not even registered for AFC champions league, I still believe that they are capable of scoring against any team in Asia. Actually, their attacking players, Binbin Liu, Xu Yang, are both in excellent form, and they have Tardelli, who has just been selected by Dunga to make the Brazil squad for this year’s Copa America. Indeed Tardelli has not shown this season why he deserves the call, but he has gradually integrated into this Shandong team, and he must be eager to prove that why he is named by Dunga. On the other hand, Jeonbuk Hyundai is not really as strong as it seems to be. In particular, they are kind of losing their form. They started the season very well, and generated a 11 games undefeated streak. But since then, they started to feel the impact of the busy schedule. They lost their first AFC champions league of this season, against Kashiwa Reysol, and followed by that, lost their first K-league game, against Jeonnam Dragons, and then played a 0-0 draw in Korean FA Cup against a team that nobody knows their name – from a lower league. Not to mention that earlier in April, they played a 1-1 draw against the weakest team in their group. You can sense that Jeonbuk is not the same team as what they were in the beginning of the season. This is just like what we have seen from the Chelsea team, flying high in the beginning of the season, but then struggling to score goals in the second half of the season, simply because they are tired. Jeonbuk is having similar problems: over their last 8 games, only in one of them, they beaten their opponents with more than 1 goal. If you look at Chelsea, you can see that they have this similar feature in recent games. And if look further, you would see why, partly because of the tight schedule, but partly because many of their key players are too old, their captain Lee Dong-gook is 36, their other two atackers: Edu is 33, Eninho is 33, their defender Alex Wilkinson is 30, Park Won-jae is 30, Lee Ho is 30, Kim Hyung-il is 31, therefore, you can see why they are struggling to cope this busy schedule. In contrast, Shandong Luneng is a very young team, they should be more energetic in this game, just as they have showed against Beijing, who have a lot of old players. So, even though Jeonbuk hasn’t concede even a single goal at home, if you look at their away form, and see how many goals they have conceded away from home, you can sense that they will concede goals at home sooner or later. And combing with fact that Shandong Luneng represents one of the best attacking power from China, it is reasonable to say that, Shandong will score in this game, and to beat the (-1) asian handicap, Jeonbuk have to score 3 times, which I certainly do not believe. Therefore, I would choose Shandong Luneng(+1) with the odds of 2.075@bet365.

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Re: AFC Champions League Tues 5th - Weds 6th May 2015

Group E Jeonbuk Motors v Shandong Luneng Weds 6th May 11.30 A 2-way fight for qualification between the 2nd and 3rd placed clubs in this group. Jeonbuk need a point. Shandong have to win. I think overs (over 2.5) are quite likely here and worth backing at just under 1.8. Over 2.5 1.78 Marathon Stake: 4 points
Result: Jeonbuk Motors 4 Shandong Luneng 1 Bet won :ok Stake: 4 points Return: 7.12 points Profit/loss = +3.12 points
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Re: AFC Champions League Tues 5th - Weds 6th May 2015 Watching the second half of Jeonbuk v Shandong, I was surprised at the difference in quality between the teams. Jeonbuk looked comfortably several classes above Shandong. They seemed stronger and faster (perhaps the Korean league is more demanding than the Chinese one?). And Jeonbuk's attacking Brazilian players made a big difference to their attacking threat, whereas Shandong hardly threatened in the second half apart from a few corners and long-range shots.

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Re: AFC Champions League Tues 5th - Weds 6th May 2015 With the exception of Guangzhou Evergrade and maybe Beijing Guoan, the other chinese clubs are pretty rubbish. Even Guangzhou Evergrade has kinda of regress since they sold Conca a couple of seasons ago. Elkeson is good but not at the level of Conca. Jeonbuk is the strongest team in Korea as they have alot of depth. Even though their stars(Eninho and Lee Dong Gook) are aging, alot of them take good care of themselves to prolong their career. Their coach will also know when to rotate them. For eg, for today game, the likes of Leonardo and Edu started on the bench.

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Re: AFC Champions League Tues 5th - Weds 6th May 2015 Goulart it's at the same level with Conca. The problem is Fabio, not the players. Also, they are without Alan (former Salzburg top scorer) for several months. Anyway, both Elkeson and Goulart are strikers, maybe yes, they need a man with the creativity of Dario.

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Re: AFC Champions League Tues 5th - Weds 6th May 2015 Was about to say that. If Goulart and Elkeson are on their days, even with Fabio as manager (well, he is simply rubbish), Evergrande are almost unbeatable here. Jeonbuk really surprised in the group phase. Even in the match where they lost 3-2 against Kashiwa and were losing 3-0 they did a brilliant second half. I rate them and Gamba Osaka as possible finalists here. Gamba Osaka is a japanese team and they always have trouble in the ACL but they are such a clutch team. Plus, Usami and Patric on their days are just unstoppable, just like Goulart and Elkeson

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