copa do brasil

Vitoria – Salgueiro (0-0) 1 @ 1,3

Vitoria has much more quality but they played with reserves in first game, now strong squad anounced

Vitória: Wilson; Nino Paraíba, Victor Ramos, Gabriel Paulista e Mansur; Neto Coruja, Cáceres, Renato Cajá e Escudero; Maxi e Dinei. Técnico: Caio Junior

Salgueiro: Darci; Gilberto Mineiro, Rodrigo de Lazzari, Léo Alemão e Pio; Yeren, Moreilandia, Matheus e Ronaille; Netinho e Marciano. Técnico: Marcelo Chamusca

Botafogo RJ – CRB (0-0) 1 @ 1,2

Quality on home side, first game they rotate, now strong squad

BOTAFOGO: Jefferson, Lucas, Bolívar, Antônio Carlos e Lima; Marcelo Mattos, Gabriel, Lodeiro, Seedorf e Fellype Gabriel; Rafael Marques – Técnico: Oswaldo de Oliveira.

CRB: Tiago, Paulo Sergio, Gladstone, Marcus Vinícius e João Victor; Johnnattan, Everton Luiz, Walter Minhoca e Jairo; Schwenck e Carlão – Técnico: Ademir Fonseca.

Cruzeiro – Resende (2-1) 1 @ 1,25

CRUZEIRO: Fábio; Ceará, Bruno Rodrigo, Dedé e Egídio; Leandro Guerreiro, Nilton, Éverton Ribeiro e Diego Souza; Dagoberto e Borges. Técnico: Marcelo Oliveira.

RESENDE: Mauro; Filipi Souza, Thiago Sales, Marcelo e Kim; Léo Silva, Dudu, Marcel (Guto) e Denilson; Elias (Acosta) e Geovane Maranhão. Técnico: Paulo Campos.

Santos – Joinville (1-0) 1 @ 1,35

SANTOS: Rafael; Bruno Peres, Edu Dracena, Durval e Léo; Renê Júnior, Arouca, Cicero e Felipe Anderson; Neymar e Henrique. Técnico: Muricy Ramalho.

JOINVILLE: Ivan; Carlos Alberto, Rafael, Sandro e Rafinha; Marcus Vinícius, Augusto Recife, Arthur Maia e arcelo Costa;Martin Liguera e 9ima. Técnico: Arturzinho

Figueirense – Arapongas (0-0)

quaility on home side but in almost same squad they failed to win on first game
FIGUEIRENSE: Ricardo, André Rocha, Thiego, Douglas e Gérson Magrão; Willian Magrão, Maylson e Tinga; Ricardinho, Marcelo Toscano e Rafael Costa. Técnico: Adilson Batista

ARAPONGAS: Edson; Cristovan, Breno, Gilson, Vitor Gava; Jean, Luís Mário, Joedson, Edu Amparo; Safira e Éder. Técnico: Lio Evaristo

 Denmark – Bulgaria 


 Turkey – Hungary 


 Serbia – Scotland 


 France – Spain 

France go into this crunch tie looking to open up a five-point gap at the Group I summit, which would see them all but secure the first place in the standings.

Spain, on the other hand, hope to make amends for the 1-1 draw against Finland and return to the top of the group by winning at Stade de France.

Didier Deschamps was always going to have a difficult task having taken over the reigns after yet another disappointing showing at the tournament finals.

Les Bleus, nonetheless, started the 2014 World Cup qualifiers strongly, defeating Finland and Belarus, before holding Euro 2012 champions Spain to a 1-1 draw in Madrid.

France have since recorded a comfortable win over Georgia, which saw them create a two-point advantage at the top given that Spain slipped up against Finland.

The hosts now have a great chance to make a giant step towards the tournament finals..Didier Deschamps is set to revert to 4-3-3 formation for the Spain match, which could see Olivier Giroud make way for Yohan Cabaye.

Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Lloris – Jallet, Varane, Sakho, Clichy – Cabaye, Matuidi, Pogba – Valbuena, Benzema, Ribery.

Spain remain the team to beat after winning the last three major tournaments, but La Furia Roja have experienced some unexpected problems in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers. It all started from that match against France, when Vicente del Bosque’s side largely dominated the game and looked to be cruising to victory, that is until Olivier Giroud scored a late, late goal to earn one point for les Bleus.

Same thing happened on Friday against Finland, as La Furia Roja couldn’t hold on to a one-goal lead, but it is too early to be talking about a dip in form or something like that. Spain did make some mistakes in the two matches, but that is likely to make the players even more determined to make things right in Paris. David Villa looks set to start up front as Vicente del Bosque plans some changes to the starting line-up..

Jordi Alba and David Silva miss out through injury and suspension, but Xabi Alonso, Xavi Hernandez and Pedro return to the starting line-up.

Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Valdes – Arbeloa, Ramos, Pique, Monreal – Xavi, Busquets, Xabi Alonso – Pedro, Villa, Iniesta.

 Wales – Croatia 

As i got some infos every day by mail and on facebook when i made profile i will put sometimes if I like it and share to others from today..

Mouscron – Vise 1 (Belgium II)
odds: 1,75

Hosts wants promotion, good form (4 winning games) and very good at home.

Vise weak team, playing bad away and today without: Françoise (ankle mf 6/2), Alam (shoulder, att 5/0) Dethier (elongation) and Cutrona (knee) are out. Lecomte (att 15/5) is suspended for abuse of yellow. The group will be reduced to 20 Wednesday morning.  by TipTipster

Leeds set to rest players against Chelsea in Capital One Cup

Manager Neil Warnock has spoken of his plans to rest players against the Blues in their quarter-final clash on Wednesday as the Championship outfit prioritise the league

The West Yorkshire outfit prepared for the quarter-final by overcoming Ipswich Town 2-0 on Saturday, courtesy of goals from Jerome Thomas and Paul Green.

Chelsea, meanwhile, come into the game off the back of a Club World Club final with Corinthians, having earned their place in the final with a 3-1 win over Monterrey.

Warnock acknowledged that the opposition were likely to rest a portion of their squad, and laid out plans to do the same ahead of a clash with promotion rivals Middlesbrough next weekend.

“I won’t play my full team and I am sure Chelsea won’t, but they have more players they can rest than we have,” Warnock told reporters.

“I am sure it will be competitive, whatever team I put out.”

The Leeds manager is taking particular care over on-loan West Brom winger Thomas as, despite a man-of-the-match performance against Ipswich, he remains short of match fitness and will likely be rested against Chelsea.

“I am still trying to get Jerome fit enough to play a full 90 minutes. We have to treat him with kid gloves,” he continued.

“It is more important to me that he plays against Middlesbrough next Saturday than Chelsea on Wednesday, so we will have to see. Knowing Jerome, he will want to play against Chelsea.

Atletico-PR – ASA

pick: ASA +1,5ah @ 1,66 pinny √ 1-0

Odds droping on home win. But why? Hosts are not so better team, they are not playing convincigly, they have injury problems and ASA shoved some good games recently.

Atletico PR will miss 10 players for this game. Out are goalkeeper Rodolfo (gk 4/0, usually first choice keeper), defenders Wellington Saci (df 3/1), Bruno Costa (df 8/0), and Heracles (df 8/0). Also midfielders Deivid (8/0), Paulo Silva (mf 7/0), Renan (5/0) and strikers Paulo Baier (att 9/4, topscorer) and Bruno Furlan (att 7/1). Both strikers are key players when Bruno Mineiro, main striker leave club before two weeks. Also Alan Bahia (mf 5/0) leave club before few days.

ASA has new coach (debut with victory). They dont have so manny worries, out are just Maicon (df 3/0) and Jorginho (mf 12/0). true, they are playing away where are they weaker. Also they will have long trip but on this odds i must try this bet for low stake.

Weverton; Maranhão, Manoel, Luiz Alberto e Pedro Botelho; Cleberson, Derley, Henrique, Elias e Felipe; Marcão.

Gílson; Gabriel Silva, Fabiano, Edson Veneno e Chiquinho Baiano; Audálio, Lucas, Cal e Didira; Roberto Jacaré e Lúcio Maranhão.

Olympic football final

Brazil – Mexico

Men’s Football Tournament at the 2012 Olympics reaches its conclusion with Brazil and Mexico chasing their first ever Olympic gold at Wembley Stadium in London.

Even before the tournament started, Mano Menezes’ side were seen as one of the main candidates for the title, having arrived to Great Britain with a star-studded squad.

Following the 3-0 semi-final win over very good South Korea side, Brazil will fancy their chances in this match, even if the pressure will be on them given that Mexico have nothing to lose.

Star forward Hulk should return to the starting line-up after being rested in the semis, with Alex Sandro dropping out.

Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Neto – Rafael, Thiago Silva, Juan, Marcelo – Sandro, Romulo, Oscar – Hulk, Damiao, Neymar.

Mexico arrived to the 2012 Summer Games with excellent reputation, having won the Pan American Games and Toulon Youth Tournament with virtually the same squad that traveled to the Olympics.

El Tri progressed from the group stage without conceding a single goal, but they were made to work hard for victories over Senegal and Japan in the knockout stages.

Luis Tena’s side showed a lot of character by beating Senegal after extra time and defeating Japan after coming from a goal down, so they certainly cannot be written off before the clash with Brazil.

Luis Tena is unlikely to make changes to the side that largely impressed against Japan, meaning Oribe Peralta and Giovani dos Santos will form the attacking partnership.

Probable starting line-up (4-4-2): Corona – Jimenez, Mier, Reyes, Chavez – Fabian, Enriquez, Salcido, Fabian – Dos Santos, Peralta.