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Lanciano – Livorno

Lanciano has first two keepers out. Livorno without first gk but Fiorillo is good replacement

(ANSA) – ROMA, 29 OTT – E’ arrivata l’ufficialità dalla Lega di Serie B: da domani la Virtus Lanciano giocherà le gare casalinghe di Serie B allo stadio Guido Biondi di Lanciano. Ciò dopo l’accoglimento da parte della Commissione criteri infrastrutturali della Figc dell’istanza presentata dal club per l’uso dello stadio. Dalla gara di campionato di domani sera contro il Livorno, inoltre, il Biondi potrà usufruire della capienza massima di 4.678 spettatori.

Cesena vs Grosseto dnb1 @ 1,55

Cesena out: Andrea Rossi (df 7/0), Manuel Iori (mf 8/0), Alejandro Rodriguez De Miguel (att 0/0)
Doubtful: Goncalo Brandao (df 5/0), Alessandro Favalli (df 2/0), Gianluca Turchetta (mf 1/0), Andrea Gessa (mf 10/0)

Grosseto in awfull form, coach still there but it could be his last game. He made some ‘strange’, controversial decisions and leaves some key players out of sqaud (probably to shake the team – but didnt succed)
That players are Olivi (df 7/1), Crimi (mf 6/0) and Lupoli (att 5/1). Also out are: Marcello Falzerano (att 1/0), Marco Giovio (att 0/0), Nicola Mancino (mf 0/0) and probably first choice keeper Nicolas Suarez Bremec (gk 10/0)

 Also the night before the Ternana match four players have been found drunk by the police at 5.30 a.m. President camilli immediately decided to put all of them out of the official list. The players are: Formiconi (df 0/0), Crimi (already out for coach decision), Curiale (att 4/1) and Ghanaian Asante Yaw (mf 2/0).

? they played 4 times, every time was draw ?

Bari vs Empoli

Bari out: Andrea De Falco (mf 0/0) and Abdelkader Ghezzal (att 2/0)

Empoli out: Claudio Coralli (mf 0/0), Daniele Mori (df 0/0), Guillaume Gigliotti (df 0/0), Pietro Accardi (df 1/0), Ricardo Jose Araujo Ferreira (df 4/0), Andrea Cristiano (mf 10/0), Sasha Cori(att 7/1)
Doubtful: Vincent Laurini (d f 9/0), Renato Dossena (gk 9/0), Filippo Boniperti (att 0/0)

Palermo v Milan

Copa del Rey » Alaves – Barcelona

Rest for Valdés, Messi, Alba, Pedro and Xavi
Tito Vilanova has named 16 players for the opening cup match against Alavés, with five first team players rested and chances for Mascherano, Sergi Roberto and Oier

The 16 man squad for Barça’s game at Alavés in the Copa del Rey round of 32 has been announced. All of Valdés, Alba, Pedro, Xavi and Messi have been left out, but Mascherano, Sergi Roberto and Oier all get the nod after missing the game with Rayo. Barça B’s Tello is also included.

So five of the most commonly used players so far this season have not been selected. Valdés, Messi, Xavi and Pedro have hardly missed any first team action in the league and UCL, and will get some well-earned rest, while Jordi Alba has also played six straight matches and will sit this one out.

Llagostera – Valencia CF

– Porteros: Diego Alves, Guaita. 

– Defensas:  A. Barragán, Víctor Ruiz, Ricardo Costa, Cissokho, Gayà.   

– Centrocampistas: Albelda, T.Costa,Parejo, Éver, Feghouli, Guardado, Viera. 

– Delanteros:  Jonas, Valdez

VfR Aalen vs Borussia Dortmund

Klopp told he will make maybe 1-2 changes, not more. Also this is short trip for them

Probably line up: Roman Weidenfeller, Lukasz Piszczek, Neven Subotic, Mats Hummels, Marcel Schmelzer, Sebastian Kehl, Ilkay Gundogan, Mario Gotze, Kevin Grosskreutz, Marco Reus, Robert Lewandowski

Schalke vs SV Sandhausen

Schalke 04 line up: Timo Hildebrand, Saeid Kolasinac, Benedikt Howedes, Christoph Metzelder, Joel Matip, Christoph Moritz, Julian Draxler, Marco Hoger, Jermaine Jones, Tranquillo Barnetta, Ciprian Marica

Sandhausen out: Michael Heigl, Regis Dorn, Daniel Schulz, Julian Schauerte, Sören Halfar, Marcel Busch, Frank Löning, Kim Falkenberg

Doubtful: Tim Danneberg

Fortuna Dusseldorf vs Borussia Monchengladbach

Fortuna in injury problems: Leon-Aderemi Balogun, Temu Furuholm, Bruno Menezes Soares, Nikos Papadopoulos, Stelios Malezas, Stefan Reisinger

Gladbach without Luuk de Jong. Janschke is fit. Probably line up:
Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Tony Jantschke, Martin Stranzl, Alvaro Dominguez, Filip Daems, Thorben Marx, Lukas Rupp, Havard Nordtveit, Juan Arango, Patrick Herrmann, Igor de Camargo

Wigan Athletic vs Bradford City  -1,5 Wigan

Premier league side vs league II side

Wigan line up: Ali Al-Habsi, Ron Stam, Gary Caldwell, Maynor Figueroa, Adrian Lopez, Jean Beausejour, James McArthur, Jordi Gomez, Ben Watson, Mauro Boselli, Callum McManaman

Bradford will miss:
Suspended Ricky Ravenhill(r)(mid)
Unavailable Craig Forsyth(sp)(mid), Kyel Reid(r)(mid)
Doubtful Andrew Davies(r)(def), Luke Oliver(r)(def)

superclasico

It was Barcelona who won the first El Clasico of the season as they recorded a 3-2 win in the Super Cup first leg at Camp Nou, but the goal Angel Di Maria scored in the dying moments of the match can give los Blancos reason for optimism before the return leg.

It’s been a while since Real Madrid last failed to win any of their first three games, and during pre-season nothing could suggest such a scenario.

If we disregard the 5-2 defeat to Benfica, los Blancos were pretty convincing in all other pre-season friendlies and they were certainly expected to start the league campaign with a bang.

However, Real Madrid could only muster a goalless draw against Valencia in the season opener, while they had to settle for a 3-2 defeat to Barcelona in the Super Cup first leg despite taking the lead through Cristiano Ronaldo.

To make matters worse, los Merengues were beaten by Getafe at the weekend, so they clearly face a mountain to climb in the Super Cup return leg.

New signing Luka Modric could be in contention, while Pepe is set to start after recovering from a concussion.

Probable starting line-up (4-2-3-1): Casillas – Arbeloa, Ramos, Pepe, Coentrao – Alonso, Khedira – Di Maria, Ozil, Ronaldo – Higuain.

Unlike their fierce rivals, Barcelona have enjoyed a bright start to the season, and their five-point advantage over Real in La Liga is likely to put an extra pressure on their opponents.

The Catalans needed some time to hit the ground running in the Super Cup first leg and they even allowed Real to take the lead, but three quick second-half goalsproved enough for the win.

Victor Valdes’ mistake gave los Blancos a lifeline before the match at Santiago Bernabeu..

Barcelona captain Carles Puyol could be in contention for this high-profile match despite fracturing his cheekbone at the weekend, while David Villa will probably have to wait for his chance on the bench.

Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Valdes – Dabi Alves, Pique, Puyol, Jordi Alba – Xavi, Busquets, Iniesta – Pedro, Messi, Sanchez.

euro semi finals

PORTUGAL VS SPAIN PREVIEW

  
Spain need just two more victories to achieve a historic success and lift their third consecutive title at major tournaments, but their neighbours and bitter rivals Portugal will try to spoil the party for their opponents.

After needing the play-offs to reach the final tournament, Paulo Bento’s side were utterly disappointing in their final two warm-up games, hinting they would not be able to match some of the best sides in Europe.

However, the team managed to show a lot of potential in their first group game against Germany and they weren’t too downhearted by the narrow defeat.

Portugal then further raised their game to beat Denmark and Netherlands, before easing off to a victory over Czech Republic in the quarter-finals.

Cristiano Ronaldo once again proved the match winner, and you should know he is now 3.00 (2/1) with Sportingbet to score against Spain as well.

Helder Postiga is set to miss out with a thigh injury, meaning Hugo Almeida is likely to start at the tip of the attack.

Spain arrived to the European Championship as main candidates for the trophy and they have so far justified the favourites’ tag.

La Furia Roja had a somewhat slow start to the tournament finals with their showings in group stage leaving a lot to be desired, but they then showed a lot of improvement to record a comfortable victory over France.

For the third time in four games, Vincent del Bosque fielded a side without the recognized forward, although Fernando Torres did come on midway through the second half.

It was Xabi Alonso who scored both goals against France, thus celebrating his 100th cap for the national team, and the Real Madrid midfielder is 7.50 (13/2) with Paddy Power to score against Portugal. Spain are 1.98 (39/40) with 188BET to win this game.

With no fresh injuries to report, Vincent del Bosque is set to field an unchanged line-up, meaning Cesc Fabregas will again act as a false nine. Check out top 5 betting tips for Portugal vs Spain game.