austria cup


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”

weekend betting facts

– Southampton has important striker Lambert (att 23/7) back

– Newcastle could be without few important offensive players, definitly out is topscorer Loic Remy (att 21/11). Doubtful Yoan Gouffran (att 22/6) and Papiss Cisse (att 15/1) link

– Liverpool defensive weaker: Fans hoping to see the return of one of Liverpool’s injured centre halves in time for Saturday’s match against Arsenal get their injury update early this week, and it isn’t the one they’d been hoping for. Neither Mamadou Sakho nor Daniel Agger will be in line to face the Gunners, leaving Kolo Toure the default selection alongside Martin Skrtel and, with Glen Johnson and Jose Enrique still out injured, between Jon Flanagan and Aly Cissokho. link 

– Man City still without topscorer Sergio Aguero (att 17/15)

– Everton without topscorer Romelu Lukaku( (att 18/9)

– Monaco – PSG big derby, Monaco without star Falcao (att 17/9), Paris without Cavani (att 21/13)

– Isters without topscorer Geoffrey Malfleury (att 11/6)

– CA Bastia (from 2nd lreague) still with long list of injuries: Dominique Agostini, Madimoussa Traore, Jean-Christophe Lamberti, Massire Kante, Anthony Salis, Idrissa Derme, Raphael Romey, Michel Moretti, Naby Damba, Remy Arnoux, Jean Jacques Mandrichi

– Fiorentina still without topscorer Giuseppe Rossi (att 18/14)

– Spezia without topscorer Osarimen Giulio Ebagua (att 21/10)

– Real Madrid has suspend Cristiano Ronaldo (att 21/22)

– Villarreall without topscorer Ikechuckwu Uche (att 19/11). Also out imp mf Cani and Pina while Bruno Soriano doubtful

– Almeria without topscorer Rodri (att 14/7)

– Valladolid without topscorer Javi Guerra (att 22/11). Key mf Oscar Gonzalez injured while Patrick Ebert doubtful

– Girona without key midfielder, topscorer Felipe Sanchon (21/6)

– ADO Den Haag has key offensive player Gehrt (att 15/5) back

– Roda still offensive weaker for Kristian Nemeth (att 19/8), Mark-Jan Fledderus (mf 15/5), Frank Demouge (att 14/2), Henk Dijkhuizen (df 17/2) aynd doubtful Mitchell Paulissen (att 7/0)

– Galata without Drogba (att 19/8)

– Fener without Pierre Webo (att 18/7) and Emmanuel Emenike (att 17/8)

– Grodig sold two lain players (and played awfull in friendlies): Zulechner (att 20/15, league topscorer with Alan from RBS) and Elsneg (att 20/5)

Dover Ath. – Dorchester

5.10. Dover Ath. – Dorchester  -1ah Dover @ 1,9

Dorchester Town Boss, Aged 60, Forced To Register As Player Due To Financial Woes

Opponents Dorchester Town have had a difficult start to their season – after finishing in eighth place last time around, just one win from eight this season sees them rooted at the bottom of the league, already three points from safety. That win came in their last league match, a 2-0 win at home to fellow strugglers Chelmsford City, although a disappointing 1-0 home defeat to lowly Shortwood United in the FA Cup last Saturday was alarming.

That defeat ensured there would be no repeat of last season’s Cup heroics, in which The Magpies reached the Second Round – beating League side Plymouth Argyle in the process – adding more than £50,000 to the club’s coffers. Now, with debts of over £150,000, the playing budget has been reduced and every player has been made available for transfer in an effort to bring in much-needed revenue.

The situation is so desperate that sixty-year-old manager Phil Simkin has registered himself as a player and could sit on the bench available for action in Saturday’s match. Speaking of his club’s plight, Simkin said: “Quite frankly I don’t know what players will still be here for selection against Dover. One way or another we need to put a team out. It’s been very difficult.”


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Russia, Volga Novgorod – Anzhi -0,5 Anzhi @ 1,84 Sbo 5/10

Time for first Anzhi win in 2nh half of season (in league, in Europe they won). Zhirkov is back in squad, Eto’o probably will be fit, like Willian (so just Shatov and Yeschenko out) and bad run must stop once, i belive it’s today. Opponents are weak (true, they need points to szrvive) but there is long list of missings: Abaev (gk 11/0), Ajdov (df 15/0), Grigalva (df 19/1), Bujvolov (df 8/0), Shulenin (mf 14/1), Castelen (mf 0), Bibilov (att 19/1) and Asildarov (att 13/3). Doubtful is Polyanin (df 11/0) while is Repotan (mf 3/0) back for Volga

Keržakov, Poljanin, Belozerov, Bulgaru, Bordian, Adžindžal, Ropotan, Karjaka, Putilo, Sapogov, Sarkisov

Gabulov, Logašov, Tagirbekov, Joao Carlos, Žirkov, Jucilei, Diarra, Boussoufa, Eto’o (?), Willian, Traore

Aris – Asteras  1

Aris: Giannitsis (df 13/1), Aganzo (att 21/9) and Kotsaridis (mf 4/0). Doubtful is Psychogios (mf 13/0). Back are nuno Coelho (mf 23/2), Zaradoukas (df 10/0) and papasterianos (mf 22/1)

Asteras: Fulop (gl 24/0), Bartollini (df 22/1), Sankaré (df 23/1), Alvarez (df 26/1), Rubn rayo (mf 28/6), Usero (mf 22/3), Hurtado and Perrone (att 17/9)

Gaziantepspor – Kayserispor

Gaziant: Bekir Ozan Has (mf 24/0), Wilton Figueiredo (mf 3/1), Muhammet Demir (att 10/1), Ekrem Dag (df 21/1), Yasin Pehlivan (mf 14/0). Back is Serdar (df 26/1)

Kayseri: Ertugrul Taskiran (gk 27/0), Salih Dursun (df 20/3), Abdullah Durak (mf 23/0), Sefa Yilmaz (mf 23/6), Gretar Steinsson (df 9/1)

Fenerbahce – Eskisehirspor

Fener: Emre Belozoglu (mf 7/2), Moussa Sow (att 26/16)

Eskisehir: Rodrigo Tello (mf 24/2), Mehmet Erkut Senturk (mf 1/0). Doubtful are Servet Cetin (df 24/2), Nuri Fatih Aydin (0/0)

Besiktas – Antalyaspor

Besiktas; Ismail Koybasi (df 0), Ugur Boral (mf 18/1), Hugo Almeida (att 19/9), Mamadou Niang (att 7/1), Ibrahim Toraman (df 25/3). Doubtful are Tomas Sivok (df 24/5) and Mustafa Pektemek (att 3/0)

Elche – Xerez

Elche: Beranger (df 7/0)

Xerez: Raul Camara (df 28/0), Rafa Garcia (mf 13/0), Jose Mari Romero (att 11/2), Inigo Velez (att 7/1), Manuel Ruz (df 7/0), Iago Bouzon (df 22/0), Adrian Ruiz (mf 18/0), Bart Ogbeche (att 8/1). Doubtful are Jose Vega (mf 25/2) and Rodolfo Bodipo (att 2/1)

Huesca – Sabadell

Huesca: Antonio Ruben Parraga Ortiz (0), Carlos Diogo (df 22/2)

Sabadell: Anibal Zurdo Rodriguez (att 29/9), Pablo Ruiz Barrero (df 14/0), Jesus Olmo Lozano (df 0), Victor Espasandin (df 16/1), Tono Garcia (df 1/0), Nabil Baha (att 5/0), Raul Goni (df 11/0), Fito Miranda (mf 14/0)

Lyon – Toulouse

Lyon: Steed Malbranque (mf 25/2), Milan Bisevac (df 27/0) and Dejan Lovren (df 18/1)

Toulouse: Ali Ahamada (gk 30). Doubtful are Yannick Djalo (att 16/0), Adil Hermach (mf 6/0), Eden Ben Basat (att 6/1)

Udinese has suspended Di Natale (27/17), Milan Balotelli (att 8/7)

Palermo – Bologna

Palermo: Andrea Mantovani (df 5/0) and Andrea Dossena (df 9/0). Striker Hernandez (7/0) is back

Bologna: Diego Perez (mf 20/0), Daniele Paponi (att 3/0), Cesare Natali (df 4/0), Alessandro Diamanti (att 28/7). Back is Pazienza (mf 14/0)

Cagliari -Inter

Cagliari: Radja Nainggolan (mf 28/2), Francesco Pisano (df 28/1), Vlada Avramov (gk/ )

Inter: Ezequiel Schelotto (mf 7/1), Luca Castellazzi (gk 2/0), Gaby Mudingayi (mf 9/0), Joel Obi (mf 2/0), Diego Milito (att 20/9), Rodrigo Palacio (att 25/12), Cristian Chivu (df 8/1), Dejan Stankovic (mf 3/0), Antonio Cassano (att 27/8), Ibrahima M’Baye

PSV Eindhoven – Ajax

PSV scoring 3,03 per game (88 goals in 29 rounds) and Ajax 1st gj get red card on last game

PSV: Luciano Narsingh (att 18/6), Wilfred Bouma (df 18/0), Jurgen Locadia (att 12/5). Back is Mertens (att 24/13)

Ajax: Kenneth Vermeer (gk 28/0), Nicolai Boilesen (0/0), Davy Klaassen (mf 2/0), Isaac Cuenca (att 2/0)

Heerenveen – Willem II

heerenveen: Jeffrey Gouweleeuw (df 26/1), Daniël de Ridder (att 15/3), Kenneth Otigba (df 3/0), Oussama Tannane (att 8/0). Doubtful is Marten de Roon (mf 21/1), Zomer /df 24/0)is back

Willem II: Ruud van der Rijt (df 4/0), Mathijs Branderhorst (gk 0), Ryan Sanusi (mf 2/0), Hans Mulder (mf 22/2), Jens Podevijn (att 17/2), Niek Vossebelt (mf 22/3), Nicky Hofs (mf 6/0), Gaby Jallo (df 13/0), Jeroen Lumu (att 10/1), Ricardo Ippel (mf 15/1), Robbie Haemhouts (mf 20/3) and Larbi El Harouchi

RKC Waalwijk – Feyenoord

RKC: Mark Janssen (att), Imad Najah (mf 19/1), Furhgill Zeldenrust (att 4/0), Richard Barroilhet (att 0/0), Dennis Lemke (mf 0/0), Sigourney Bandjar (df 9/0). Doubtful are Peter Jungschlager(r)(mid) and Robert Braber (mf 28/3). Back is Chevalier (att 26/8)

Feyenoord: Terence Kongolo (df 5/0) and Kostas Lamprou (gk 12/0). Doubtful is Lex Immers (mf 27/10). back are Clasie (mf 28/2), Immmers (mf 27/10) and Vormer (mf 15/0)

De Graafschap – Cambuur

De Graafschap: Anco Jansen (att 23/16), Karim Tarfi (mf 5/2), Santy Hulst (mf 16/3), Frank Van Kouwen (df 15/0), Vlatko Lazic (mf 14/0), Ted van de Pavert (df 18/1), Ties Evers (df 4/0), Jeroen Drost (df 3/0). Doubtful is Harrie Gomman (att 7/1)

Caen – Lens 1

Quality, motivation and Lens in financial problems
Caen: Livio Nabab (att 28/4), Laurent Agouazi (mf 16/2), Branko Lazarevic (0/0), Ibrahima Tandia (0/0).Kim (att 8/0), Kebano and (mf 9/1) are back in squad.

Lens: Pierre Ducasse (mf 12/0), Lalaina Nomenjanahary (mf 28/1), Rudy Riou (gk 31/0), Yoann Touzghar (att 24/11) and Pierrick Valdivia (mf 28/11)

Preview: Western Sydney Wanderers v Brisbane Roar (semi finals)

after regular season Wester Sydney Wanderers was first (57pts), Brisbane Roar finished 5th (35pts)

hosts won all tree h2h games and they have tre important players back, roar has two players fit (which was doubtful)..

The Game:
Despite being up-and-down for most of the season, Brisbane aren’t about to give their title up without a fight and are just one game away from a third straight decider. Mike Mulvey has got his side firing at the right time, with last Sunday’s 2-1 win over Adelaide their third in a row. But if the Roar are to play for another championship they will need to knock off the in-form premiers.

Western Sydney are on a remarkable 12-game unbeaten run, have had the benefit of a week’s break and will play in front of their hostile and parochial home fans.

The busiest men at both clubs this week have been the medical staff with a host of key players from the respective sides racing the clock to be fit. Shinji Ono (groin), Aaron Mooy (knee) and Jerome Polenz (calf) all missed the title-winning clash with Newcastle a fortnight ago but are expected to line-up on Friday night.

Brisbane defender Jack Hingert is out for the season with an ankle injury picked up against Adelaide but skipper Thomas Broich (Achilles) and midfielder Luke Brattan (calf) are likely to play despite failing to finish the match against the Reds.

The big issue:
Wanderers – They took out the Premiers’ Plate in their debut season but there will be no second chances for Tony Popovic’s side from now on. This is sudden death football. While Brisbane have been there and done it over the last couple of years, for many of the Wanderers squad this will be a new experience. Just how they handle the pressure could determine if they move through to the decider.

Roar – Brisbane may have some momentum heading into this clash but the short turnaround and injury clouds over a couple of key players could prove pivotal. While the Wanderers will be fresh from a week off and had the opportunity to get a few of their stars over niggling injuries, the Roar head into this one just five days after a bruising win over Adelaide and that could take its toll late in this encounter.

Volyn Lutsk – Mariupol  ah 0 Mariupol 

In “Volyn” ongoing personnel problems. Anatoly Demyanenko can not count on suspended Vanc Sikov (df 19/0), Petar Zanyeva (df 19/0) and Valentin Iliev (df 18/0), several players are in hospital or just starting to recover from injuries.–illichivec-naperedodni

MISSING INFO FOR 12.4. (friday)

Real Betis – Sevilla

Betis: Vilarchao and Mario Alvarez are out, Nacho Santamaria doubtful. Benat, Amaya and Campbell return from suspension

Sevilla: Fernando Navarro, Piotr Trochowski and Jose Gomez Campana. Doubtful are Federico Fazio, Ivan Rakitic and Geoffrey Kondogbia. Navas is back

Valenciennes vs Saint Etienne

Valenciennes: Nicolas Isimat, Mody Traore, Pape Abdou Camara, Francis Massampu, Dusan Djuric and Marco Da Silva. Doubtful are Anthony Le Tallec, Gregory Pujol and Vincent Aboubakar

St Etienne: Brandao, Alejandro Alonso, Jeremy Clement, Max Gradel, Andreas Laudrup

FC Ingolstadt – Hertha BSC

Ingolstadt: Roger de Oliveira, Malte Metzelder, Ramazan Ozcan. Schaeffler is back

Hertha: Roman Hubnik, Marcel Ndjeng, Peter Niemeyer. Doubtful are Sandro Wagner, Maik Franz, Felix Bastians

SV Sandhausen – Eintracht Braunschweig

Sandhausen: Regis Dorn, Ole Kittner, Kristjan Glibo, Simon Tüting, David Blacha, Fabio Morena, Sören Halfar

Braunschweig: Deniz Dogan, Björn Kluft, Dennis Kruppke, Ken Reichel

Sivasspor – Genclerbirligi

Sivass: Jan Rajnoch, Milan Cerny, Nihat Sahin, Murat Akca, Sercan Yildirim. Doubtful are Michael Eneramo, Hayrettin Yerlikaya, Kamil Grosicki, Erman Kilic, Erhan Guven

G’birligi: Ante Kulusic, Bjorn Vleminckx, Jimmy Durmaz and Serkan Kurtulus. Doubtful is Kerim Zengin

Trabzonspor – Orduspor

Trabzon: Emerson Conceicao, Marc Janko

Orduspor: Selcuk Sahin, Yigit Ismail Gokoglan. Doubtful are Ibrahim Kas and Muslum Yelken

Grosseto – Empoli

Grosetto: Federico Piovaccari, Vedran Celjak, Samuele Olivi, Giovanni Formiconi, Michele Rigione(sp)(def), Daniele Quadrini, Simone Esposito, Marco Giovio. Doubtful is Angelo Iorio

Empoli: Davide Moro, Francesco Pratali, Vincent Laurini, Jose Araujo Ferreira and Cristiano Camillucci
Doubtful are Renato Dossena, Daniele Mori and Bationo Benoit

Cesena – Hellas Verona

Cesena: Alessandro Favalli, Simone Dallamano, Andrea Gessa, Derlis Meza Colli, Louise Parfait. Back is Alejandro Rodriguez

Verona: Vangelis Moras. Doubtful are Emanuel Benito Rivas, Giuseppe Pugliese, Raphael Martinho, Simon Laner and Alessandro Carrozza. Back is Fabrizio Cacciatore

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