austria cup

WEIZ VS. WOLFSBERGER AC  2-4  

Weiz last season played in Landesliga (4th league), now will play in regionalliga. And they are in problems for thsi game

WAC is Bundesliga team, they are on the end of preseason, their league starts next week (2 weeks earlier from regionalliga) and they are serious in this game

for Weiz:
“A new captain against the Bundesliga That’s really bitter, just before the big Cup Showdown against Bundesliga club WAC Markus Durlacher moved in a test game to a shoulder dislocation and could only be treated under general anesthesia. The team leader thus falls out on Friday – as well as replacement captain Rupert Hopfer, who is on vacation. The loop will therefore take over goalkeeper Sascha Harrer. “The WAC is the clear favorite, but we want our skin to sell as dearly as possible,” says Weiz coach Uwe Hölzl. “It’s nice when you get so attractive lot in the cup.” Behind the use of Christian Friedl is still a question mark. The defensive man suffered in May a scaphoid fracture”

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.

Blue Square Premier (Conference), Southport – Newport over 2,5

Both are ‘over teams’, Southport 63:74 which is 3,51 goals per game, worst defence in league while Newport most offensive team, best league attack 72:53 which is 3,47 (away even 3,7). Stadium is in excellent condition for game.

SOUTHPORT have released long-serving goalkeeper Tony McMillan (200 caps for club). Vice-captain James Smith (df 36/0) missed Saturday’s match due to illness and remains a doubt for Tuesday’s critical fixture. Saturday saw the return to the starting line of both Alan Moogan (mf 21/0) and Chris Lever (25/7), along with a debut for new signing Ben Smith (gk).

Edinburgh (Newport coach) lost Tony James (df 33/2) and David Pipe (mf 33/0) to illness before the game, Mike Flynn(injured, mf 34/2) against Kidderminster, Ismail Yakubu (df 33/5) with a sore hamstring, plus Max Porter (mf 26/2) is still 3-4 weeks away from full fitness

Also suspicios h2h games

..and suspicious to me some of last Southpot games

fixed?

this shoukld be VIP pick but odds was down

1 HNL, NK Zagreb – Lok. Zagreb  Zagreb @  2,00  
write analise few days before (exept last part) but now must send because odds start to drop, shame limits are still bad (so 3/10 but my confident in this is much stronger)
probably you remember manny times i spoke abouth whole situation in cro football, under this you will remeber analise before few days when i also send against Lokomotiva (pick loosing but analise is same). So for Lokomotiva you will read under, and for Zagreb you can read on this old link http://castrof.eu/2012/11/25/zagreb-dinamo-zagreb-1-900-small-bet/
of course, Dinamo is conecting them – shorties as i can..
for this game for Lokomotiva is suspended main player, striker on loan from dinamo, leaguetopscorer Andrej Kramaric (14 goals this season in league
for Zagreb are susepnded Kovačić (mf 4/0)  and Bevab (mf 17/0) while is Kolinger which is standard at this coach (mf 7/0) back
Zagreb has good school of youngsters called Zagrebello, they are cooperating with Inter (Milano) and Chievo (where they will go play friendly now in pause for Int. games) so one more reason why they should not drop. Also soon will bi elections for mayor of city and Milan Bandic (good friend of Mamic and Dinamo’s honorary chairman) neeed votes and he will loos lot if they loose one club..
and one more thing, i dont know is it random or not..today come news from sports court, associationg of Hajduk’s fans feww weeks ago give to sports court papers on manny sites that Dinamo and Lokomotiva has relationships and it hurt competition regulations, but today sports court negate that and announce that there is all regular 😉

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Match fixing probe finds 380 suspect games
European police are investigating claims of match-fixing in relation to 380 games and 425 players, officials and other individuals.

Europol has revealed that 380 football matches across the globe are under suspicion of match fixing, following a lengthy investigation into what it considers a criminal network within the sport.

A total of 425 players, officials and other individuals are suspected of being involved in an organized crime syndicate based in Asia, which is thought to have been organizing the operation to rig the results of matches.

Rob Wainwright, director of Europol, says the allegations included two Champions League fixtures, one of which was played in England in the last two or three years, though they did not name the matches in question.

“This is the work of a suspected organized crime syndicate based in Asia and operated with criminal networks around Europe,” he told a press conference in Netherlands. “It is clear to us this is the biggest-ever investigation into suspected match fixing in Europe. It has yielded major results which we think have uncovered a big problem for the integrity of football in Europe.

“We have uncovered an extensive criminal network.”

Criminals wagered 16 million euros on fixed matches and recorded an 8 million euro profit, the investigation has revealed.

Payments of 2 million euros have been made to those involved in the scheme, with the biggest single sum to an individual totaling 140,000 euros.

The Asia-based syndicate is believed to have liaised with criminal networks throughout Europe, with match-fixing believed to have occurred in 15 different countries.

Friedhelm Althans from Bochum Police, Germany, and a spokesperson for JIT Veto, said: “We have evidence for 150 of these cases and the operations were run out of Singapore with bribes of up to 100,000 euros paid per match. Even two World Cup qualifiers in Africa and one in Central America are under suspicion.”

So far, 50 people have been arrested, with officials stating their concern that the news was simply “the tip of the iceberg”.

Wainwright said that Europol’s findings would be shared with UEFA president Michel Platini, adding: “This is a sad day for European football and more evidence of the corrupting influence in society of organized crime. But this investigation also proves the value of international police co-operation in fighting back against the criminals involved.

“Europol and its law enforcement partners are committed to pursuing serious criminals wherever they operate. Unfortunately this also now includes the world of football, where illegal profits are made on a scale and in a way that threatens the very fabric of the game.

“All those responsible for running football should heed the warnings found in this case.”