Posible 3for3 game

Bristol City – Coventry  1 @ 2,5 Betvictor 1:2   

 

pick 2: over 2,5 @ 1,9     

pick 3: over 4,5 @ 6,5     

pick 4: 2/1 @ 32  188bet   

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full h2h and table 

As you can see last seasons nice h2h. Last season they played 2/1 (odds 20-40), there was ht 0:1 (with own goal) and than 3:1

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This season they played 5:4, 9 goals and there was huge odds on overs (even smalest over 2,5 was 1,9-2,0)..maybe they didnt fix it because of betting, it can be fixed just for resaults..of course maybe not fixed but too suspicios looks for me..

Anyway, if there is cooperation, now is turn for Bristol City win and they need that points (same number of pts as 3 clubs in red zone)

Bristol City played last game 2/1 (v Carlise)

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Game before that when was t/ft transition was their another game with Carlise (so imo it cannot be incidentally)

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on both games there was bets on Bristol and ht/ft and odds dropped, game 1, game2

Referee will be Andy Wolmer, when he last time arbitrated to Bristol, Bristol won, when last time abritrate Coventry, they made 1/2 (2:1, 2:3)

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It is also important to know that Coventry started season with 10 points deducation after the Football League imposed the sanction because part of the club is facing liquidation. After that they played 27 rounds and made manny strange, high odds resaults..will  times mention just high odds overs and ht/ft: they played manyn normal overs but played 7 times 4 goals, 4 times 5 goals, 4 times 6 goals, once 8 goals and once 9 goals. Also they played most in league ht/ft transactions (2 times 2/1 and 3 times 1/2)

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Team news:

Bristol city without important missings.

Coventry without their new topscorer Callum Wilson (att 23/14). Topscorer Leon Clarke (att 23/15) sold before few days. They bring two strikers, Rory Donnelly (he still cannot debut) and Nathan Delfouneso who can debut today.

fa cup

Shortwood – Port Vale  -1,5 Port Vale 

huge quality difference and Port Vale with strong line up

Non-league Shortwood United are one of the lowest-ranked teams left in the FA Cup and have already knocked out Aldershot in this season’s competition. Ahead of Monday’s first-round tie against Port Vale, Metro takes a look at the Cup giantkillers’ ensemble of plumbers, painters and decorators.  link

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ROCHDALE VS. NORTHAMPTON TOWN  1 @ 1,9

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ROCHDALE

Rochdale boss Keith Hill could name an unchanged starting line-up against Northampton.

Hill has no new injury or suspension problems after his side’s weekend win at Cheltenham, which lifted them up to second place in the table.

George Donnelly stepped off the substitutes’ bench following a three-game ban on Saturday and is pushing for a place in the starting line-up and fellow striker Scott Hogan could return to contention after an unspecified injury.

Skipper Peter Cavanagh (Achilles) remains a long-term absentee as Dale bid for a seventh win in eight league matches.

NORTHAMPTON TOWN

Northampton boss Aidy Boothroyd has defender Joe Widdowson available for the trip to Rochdale.

Widdowson missed his side’s last two matches with a hamstring problem but has recovered in time to travel to high-flying Dale.

Boothroyd has no fresh injury concerns but Clive Platt (calf), Matt Heath (thigh), Alex Nicholls (broken leg), Kelvin Langmead (knee) and Lewis Hornby (back) are still out as the Cobblers search for just their third victory of their league campaign.

Johnstone’s Paint Trophy

MK Dons (L1) v Northampton (L2)

Dons boss Karl Robinson is expected to make changes to his side for the first round tie at home.

Ian McLoughlin keeps goal in cup competitions and he is likely to replace David Martin. Jon Otsemobor, Luke Chadwick, Alan Smith, Ben Reeves, Dele Alli and George Baldock were also on the bench for the 1-0 league win at Sheffield United on Saturday and will come into contention for starting roles.

Lee Hodson is away on international duty with Northern Ireland while fellow full-back Dean Lewington returned from four weeks out with a knee injury against the Blades and will probably be rested after playing the full 90 minutes in South Yorkshire.

Loan players Patrick Bamford, Jason Banton and Samir Carruthers are available but Daniel Powell (ankle) and Dean Bowditch (groin) remain sidelined.

The Cobblers are without Roy O’Donovan for the trip south east.

The two-goal striker was dismissed during the 1-0 defeat to Bristol Rovers at the weekend and sits out a one-match suspension.

Left-back Joe Widdowson (hamstring), midfielder Ian Morris (groin) and winger Danny Emerton (illness) are all doubtful after missing Saturday’s defeat.

Recent midfield signing Matty Harriott will look to make his Cobblers debut, having been an unused substitute against the Pirates.

Notts County (L1)- Burton (L2)

The Magpies are assessing Jamal Campbell-Ryce ahead of the first round of the Football League Trophy.

An injury forced Campbell-Ryce to be substituted after just 25 minutes of the home league defeat to Rotherham at the weekend and the winger is a doubt for Tuesday night’s first-round tie.

He joins striker Danny Haynes and Enoch Showunmi (back) as possible absentees. However, left-back Alan Sheehan could come back into the reckoning after a hamstring problem.

Manager Chris Kiwomya has options should he wish to make some changes, with the likes of Manny Smith, Adam Coombes, Fabian Spiess and Andre Boucaud among those players available for recalls.

Gary Rowett plans big changes to his Burton Albion side tonight 

Dag & Red v Colchester 

The Daggers will again be without Rhys Murphy for the first round of the Football League Trophy.

The striker, who has netted twice in five appearances this season, continues to be ruled out with a back injury, though it is not currently known how long he will be sidelined for.

Boss Wayne Burnett has no other injury or suspension worries as they look to pull off an upset against their League One opponents.

Teenage left-back Jack Connors could be handed a debut while Afolabi Obafemi is in contention for a first start in attack, following five substitute appearances this season.

The U’s could make changes for the trip to London.

Joe Dunne’s side suffered their first league defeat of the campaign against Leyton Orient at the weekend and face Coventry on Saturday.

He is therefore expected to freshen things up for the cup tie, with the likes of Andy Bond, Alex Gilbey, Drey Wright and Clinton Morrison all looking for a chance to impress.

Goalkeeper Mark Cousins will hope for a first appearance of the season, having played second fiddle to Chelsea loanee Sam Walker.

Hartlepool v Bradford

Pools will field what will be a first-choice team against Bradford this evening.

Steve Howard will most likely be absent after needing stitches in a cut to his face suffered in Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Torquay, while winger Jack Compton is also a doubt after being forced off with a calf strain.

That should mean recalls for two of Andy Monkhouse, James Poole and Luke James.

And Cooper, a former coach and caretaker boss of tonight’s opponents, said: “We have to play the strongest team we possibly can against Bradford.

“We have to give them a right game and try to get through. There won’t be much tinkering.
“I’ve never been a person who thinks any cup competition should be treated differently.

Bradford

He waited for his chance and took it. We’ve got to look for the same from five or six others tonight. We’ve got a lot of lads waiting eagerly for an opportunity since the Huddersfield game.”City kick off their JPT campaign with a first-round trip to Hartlepool – and it is a significant evening for the back-up squad.

Brentford v AFC Wimbledon  -1ah Brentford

AFC Wimbledon will check on defenders Alan Bennett and Will Antwi ahead of the trip to Brentford in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.

Skipper Bennett is closing in on a return to fitness following a hamstring injury and fellow centre-half Antwi has resumed full training following a hernia operation.

Charlton loanee Michael Smith is set to keep his place after his goalscoring display in the 2-0 victory over Fleetwood on Saturday.

But boss Neal Ardley may make a couple of changes with Jack Midson, Chris Arthur, Charlie Sheringham and Peter Sweeney pushing for recalls.

Brentford will be without Tony Craig and Will Grigg when they entertain AFC Wimbledon in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.

Defender Craig serves a one-match ban for his red card in Saturday’s goalless draw with Carlisle while striker Grigg, who came on as a half-time substitute after a hamstring injury, sustained another knock late on.

Left-back Jake Bidwell (ankle), goalkeeper Richard Lee (shoulder) and midfielder Jonathan Douglas (knee) remain sidelined while young loan striker Conor McAleny has gone back to Everton after breaking his leg last week.

Club captain Kevin O’Connor could get a run-out along with fellow midfielder Martin Fillo if boss Uwe Rosler makes changes.

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Exeter v Wycombe 

The Grecians look unlikely to gamble on John O’Flynn’s injury for the first round meeting with Wycombe.

The Irishman limped off 22 minutes into the 2-1 win over York on Saturday with a hamstring tweak and manager Paul Tisdale is unlikely to risk the former Barnet forward.

And Tisdale could freshen his side up with the likes of Jamie Reid, Jake Gosling and Alan Gow all starting against the Chairboys.

The Grecians have lowered their ticket prices for the match as they look to extend their 100 per cent home record at St James Park this season.

Chairboys will be without Josh Scowen for the trip south west.

The midfielder rolled his ankle in Saturday’s 2-1 win over Southend and had to be substituted just 19 minutes into the match.

His place in the starting line-up could be taken by the Chairboys’ captain Stuart Lewis who is back from suspension.

Steven Craig netted his first goal in English football on Saturday and manager Gareth Ainsworth could reward the match-winner with a place in his starting line-up at St James Park.

Port Vale v Bury 

Daniel Jones will miss Port Vale’s Johnstone’s Paint Trophy tie against Bury.

Jones was forced off with a groin injury during the first half of Vale’s home league defeat to Wolves on Saturday. The full-back will miss the first round visit of the Shakers and he is also a doubt for the weekend trip to Carlisle.

Carl Dickinson or Adam Yates, who switched sides to fill in against Wolves when Jones went off, are capable of filling in at left-back.

Joe Davis (knee) and Rob Taylor (Achilles) have returned to training after injury but both players are short of fitness and this game looks like coming too early for either of them to be considered for first-team duties.

Bury boss Kevin Blackwell looks set to include veteran goalkeeper Brian Jensen in his squad to face Port Vale in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.

The 38-year-old shot-stopper joined the Shakers on Monday and is expected to be named in Blackwell’s matchday squad at Vale Park.

Striker Jessy Reindorf is in contention to make his first start for the club after coming off the bench to score in both of his first two appearances.

Blackwell has no fresh injury or suspension concerns and could be tempted to stick with a similar starting XI to the one that beat Cheltenham 4-1 at the weekend.

Wolves v Walsall 

Wolves boss Kenny Jackett will be forced into at least four changes when his side takes on Walsall in the first round of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.

The Molineux side are without Sam Ricketts (Wales), Leigh Griffiths (Scotland), Lee Evans and Jake Cassidy (both Wales Under-21s) due to international call-ups.

Full-back Scott Golbourne will be assessed after he was forced off with a back injury on his debut at the weekend.

But Jackett is unlikely to make further changes, with his side enjoying an 11-day rest before their next fixture against Swindon.

Dean Smith is expected to make changes to his Walsall side as they look to return to winning ways in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy at Wolves following a disappointing 3-0 home league defeat to Preston.

Nicky Featherstone, Romaine Sawyers and Andy Taylor all had to make do with places on the bench for Saturday’s loss but could be recalled to Smith’s starting XI for the cup clash.

Walsall have not beaten their local rivals in their previous five attempts, drawing one and losing four, and Saddlers boss Smith knows his team will face a difficult test at Molineux.

“We have a quick chance to bounce back at Wolves on Tuesday; it’s a tough game but it’s a local derby and one that we face with relish,” he told the club’s official website.

Cheltenham v Plymouth 

The Robins’ fringe players will have the chance to impress in the first round after a number of injuries to Mark Yates’ squad.

Steve Elliott and Craig Braham-Barrett will not be available, Matt Richards has a hamstring problem and remains a doubt while Troy Brown is still out.

One player who may return to the bench is Jamie Cureton. The experienced forward has been sidelined with a shoulder problem he sustained when opening his account for the club on the opening day.

Yates has called for his players to stand up and be counted after their 4-1 defeat to Bury on Saturday.

Argyle could hand debuts to two new signings for Tuesday night’s trip to south west.

Left-back Jamie Reckord, who arrived on loan from Wolves, and Algerian midfielder Hamza Bencherif, who was a free agent, have both been signed in time to feature.

Striker Matt Lecointe underwent a cruciate knee ligament operation last week and faces a lengthy recovery period while this match comes too soon for Paul Wotton as he recovers from his broken ribs.

Argyle make the trip looking to bounce back from Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at Morecambe.

Newcastle United – Everton

 Newcastle United – Everton 

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The first game of 2013, and a big boost for Everton will be the return of Marouane Fellaini on the completion of his three-match ban for headbutting Sunderland defender Ryan Shawcross last month. But it seems unlikely that many of the other injured half-team of players who missed out against Chelsea will be available, with the possible exception of Phil Neville.

The yellow-card rule changes too: seven yellow cards are now needed before an automatic one-match ban kicks in. This should provide welcome relief to Osman and Neville, who are both sitting on four yellows. Although Fellaini has received six yellow cards, having picked up another since he served a one-match ban back in November, his count is presumably reset to one for this next disciplinary cycle.

The challenge for Champions League places has hotted up since Everton were able to cling tenaciously in or around 4th place for most of the Autumn programme. But the monied teams around them have finally shown improved form, with a four-point gap now opening up beneath the top four, and Everton in danger of seeing a significant gap start to develop after the agonizing loss of a major six-pointer with Chelsea at Goodison Park on Sunday.

Everton are still struggling to implement the rigours of an effective defence that can deliver clean sheets: they have managed just two in the first 20 games of the season. Two players appear to be the focus of fans’ concerns in this regard: Tim Howard’s erratic goalkeeping, and Johnny Heitinga’s questionable degree of commitment. While Howard has been between the sticks in every game, it would be unfair to blame him for all of the goals that have been given away; although Heitinga has started just under half of those games, with often frustrating performances that seem to have pleased few Evertonians.

And upfront, the frustrations that continue to plague Nikica Jelavic show little sign of abating as the Croatian worked hard to create but then spurned three golden chances that would have completely changed the game against Chelsea. While it remains frustrating to see him going out wide with the ball when he should be front and centre to finish himself rather than make chances for others, he appears to be putting in plenty of effort — almost too much in terms of the equally frustrating tendency for not staying onside as attacks develop.

Some say Jelavic just needs a goal, but there’s much more to it than that. He’s scored six but none of them have seen things really turn around as he seems to have almost completely lost that lethal knack for scoring with his first touch. Some have said it’s lack of service, but that was certainly not the case against Chelsea. The most worrying possibility is that the natural goalscoring game he brought to Everton a year ago has somehow been changed, to no good effect.

The biggest irony is that, on his arrival from Rangers, he slotted right into his new team and continued to fire in his trademark first-touch goals almost at will until the Premier League season ended. Yet, with the supposed benefit of the much hyped pre-season training beloved of the manager, and described in almost horrific terms by some of the players, he has simply not been himself since.

Newcastle are without Danny Simpson after the full-back broke a toe in the 7 – 3 slaughter by Arsenal, and there is speculation surrounding the future of lethal striker Demba Ba, who has been talking with Chelsea. Midfielder Yohan Cabaye and defender Steven Taylor are not fit enough for a first-team return. Everton are no strangers to horrific scorelines against The Gunners and will be hoping the Magpies are still shellshocked and not in too much of a mood to prove a point by bouncing back. Indeed, with just 20 points from the first half of the season, Newcastle sit on the cusp of the relegation battle, which might make manager Alan Pardew question some of his more overblown statements about the club and how it was operating in a different league to Everton.

Let’s hope The Blues can help to make that different league bit come true and hasten their decent to the Championship by bucking the trend of recent visits to Tyneside — Everton have won just one of their last 10 matches away at Newcastle.

pick: over 2,5

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