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Elverum – Valerenga II 1 @ 1.5

Valerenga playing cup game for two dazs so thez will not send first team plazers for Valerenga II. There will be verz zoung team:

Vålerengas tropp: Marcus Engebretsen, Andreas Skogen, Ahmed El-Amrani, Ivan Näsberg, Shola Akinyemi, Lars Vincent Andersen, Amir Daush, Ghayas Zahid, Mathias Blårud, Moussa Nije, Shåresh Ahmadi, Monir Ben Moussa, Anders Plassen, Ali Iqbal, Jesper Solli, Jibril Bojang, Preben Finstad, Gagandeep Singh Lally

Birkebeineren – Stromsgodset II

Today for Stromsgodset 2 just Sætra from first team:

Lars Cramer, Ole Lauritzen, Kinni Grewal, Sondre Slørdal, Lars Sætra, Lars Christian Karlsen, Viktor Hellum, Behajdin Celina, Bongana Monga, Lars Iver Strand, Mads Westlie Gundersen, Ole Amund Sveen, Iver Fossum, Gustav Mendonca Wikheim, Tokmac Nguen, Ola Kamara.

Torino – Pdova


This probably will be public bet and it’s wery dangerous bet specially in this league, we all knows league sponsor is bwin and league name is serie bwin but i will take a risk because torino will loose more than me (and you) if they not win
Torino is first on table 4 round till the end but they have just 2 points more than 2nd pescara and 3 more than 3rd sassuolo or 4th hellas verona so they can easy drop from title and promotion place to playiff and loose whole season and loose serie a. They are in good from, won last tree games and they are strong athome (13-4-1). Out is Darmian (df 29/1)
Padova is on 7th place and i get opinion they dotn wanna in serie a. what to said other if we look their last games, 0-1-3 with 10goals recived (pescara destroyed them 0-6 in padova). For this game they have all 4 defenders out (suspended): Legati (df 33/2), Portin (df 9/0), Renzetti (df 37/0) and Trevisan (df 23/4). Also for last game was out Donati (df 26/1), Bovo (mf 30/4), Milanetto (mf 15/3), Hallenius (att 12/2) and Lazarevic (att 27/1), there is chance some of them come back for this game but still lot problems, specially in defence.
As i said, probably will be public bet but i cannot afford not to bet it and i belive if they will win, they will do it with hendicep

Published May-03-2012, 22:13 CET

Betting option: Euro handicap (1X2)
Pick: torino -1eh
Odds: 3.3
Date: May-07-2012
Category: Italian football

Brann  vs Viking

Brann with some problems today so they will have just 5 players on bench (allowedd 7):

Brann’s star midfielder Rudolph Austin, who they desperately missed with a concussion for a few weeks, was back from injury to face Valerenga on Sunday – but is now suspended. Key defender Lars Grorud is also suspended after getting a red card in the same game. Reserve goalkeeper Jorgen Mohus is still out for around four weeks with a finger injury. Newly-appointed captain Markus Jonsson is extremely unlikely to make the game after missing the start of the new season with a serious calf issue. Tomasz Sokolowski, a talented but injury-plagued midfielder bought during the winter break, is out for at least another three weeks with a hamstring problem. Versatile full-back Hassan El Fakiri will also be out for up to six weeks after injuring his collarbone against Haugesund.

Sochaux – Nancy

While Nancy has just Sami out (suspended defender, 27/0), Sochaux ha sout 9 players: Sauget (df 33/0), Mouyokolo (df 4/0), Brechet (df 5/0), Perquis (df 18/0), Mikari (mf 19/0), Martin (mf 31/2), Butin (att 25/5), Gurler (att 1/0) and Maiga (att 22/9)

Blackburn Rovers – Wigan Athletic


West ham is better team, they shoved it also in first game. Now they home has full fit squad.

Cardiff manager Malky Mackay will assess the fitness of Don Cowie (df 42/0) and Kevin McNaughton (mf 44/4).


Captain James McPake could join suspended striker Leigh Griffiths in missing Hibs’ clash with Dunfermline. Midfielder Lewis Stevenson is available again following suspension, but Griffiths is out along with midfielder David Wotherspoon (suspended), while Tom Soares (Achilles) is a doubt and his fellow winger Danny Galbraith (groin) is out.

Defender Alex Keddie is suspended as SPL bottom club Dunfermline travel across the Firth of Forth to Hibernian for their must-win clash at Easter Road on Monday. Mark Kerr should be fit despite suffering a knock in the 0-0 draw at Inverness which means the Pars enter the Hibs fixture with a five-point deficit to make up in two games. Paul Burns, Steven Bell, Kevin Rutkiewicz and Paul Gallacher are out.

Hibernian (from): Brown, McPake, Kujabi, Hanlon, Doherty, Towell, Soares, Sproule, Osbourne, O’Donovan, O’Connor, Doyle, Francomb, Grant, Claros, O’Hanlon, Murray, Stevenson.

Dunfermline (from): Smith, McMillan, Dowie, McCann, Cardle, Mason, Willis, Graham, Kerr, Kirk, Buchanan, Hardie, Thomson, Hutton, Fernandez, McDougall, Boyle, Barrowman.