Cro, Rijeka- Slaven Belupo  1 @ 1,73

As i writing from beggining of season, Rijeka (with Split) is for me main candidate for 2nd place. Financial stabile club, they bring lot good players but diodnt have resaults on beggining. Of course, when you have lot new players, it need time. They are always good at home and in last round they will have lot fans, program for fans, coach Scoria will have 100th game for Rijeka..
Culina (15/1) is back after injury and Kreilach (mf 16/3) after suspendion while Knezevic (df 18/0) get red card.

Slaven is tipicly home team manny years. For this game coach Ferencina has mising problems, 7 players are out: Suspended are Grgić (df 17/1) i Geng (df 7/0) and injured Rak (mf 10/0), Batarelo (mf 12/1), Vugrinec (att 12/8, main player, topscorer, legend of cro football, league topscorer of all time), Kokalovic (df 16/0) and Gregurina (mf 14/1)

 Borussia Dortmund – Wolfsburg 


Wigan – QPR

Wigan in defensive problems read this

without: Alcazar (df 2/0), Ramis (df 13/1), Caldwell (df 13/0), Figueroa (df 15/0), Watskon (mf 8/1), Maloney (mf 13/1), Miyaichi (att 13/1), Crusat (att 0/0)

QPR without: Johnson (att 3/0), Zamora (att 10/3)
doubtful: Cesar (gk 11/0)

Dover Athletic – Eastleigh  1
RICHARD Hill’s worst nightmare ahead of Eastleigh’s Hampshire Senior Cup tie at Fleet Spurs last Tuesday has come true with confirmation that two of his first-team regulars picked up knee strains.Left-back Michael Green and midfielder Jai Reason were left sore and limping after the Spitfires’ 5-1 victory, making them highly doubtful for tomorrow’s trip to high-riding Dover Athletic in the Blue Square Bet South.
Quality on home side. They are in form, won last 4 while away team loose last 3.

Dover doubtful:  May (att 15/8)
Eastleigh without:
 Green (df 16/0) and Reason (mf 17/7)
Ipswich Town – Millwall 

Away team much better and have some players back..

Ipswich without:
 Taylor (att 3/0)
doubtful: Cooker (mf 7/0)
players back: Hyam (mf 8/1)Millwall without: Robinson (mf 3/0)

doubtful: Marquis (att 0/0)
players back:  Trotter (mf 17/6), Henry (mf 15/3), Henderson (att 15/7),

Malaga – Granada

Malaga without: Toulalan (mf 7/0), (att 0/0),

players back: Monreal (df 7/0)

Granada without Borja (df 12/0), Nyom (df 14/0) Fran Rico (mf 0/0), Hurtado (mf 1/0),  Machis (att 4/0), Flores (att 10/1)

players back: Yebda (mf 0/0), Romero (mf 7/0), Brahimi (mf 8/0)

Roma – Fiorentina

Roma players back: Stekelenburg (gk 9/0), De Rossi (mf 8/0), Taddei (mf 3/0), Iamela (att 12/8)

Fiorentina without: Camporese (df 0/0), Hegazy (df 1/0), Pizzaro (mf 12/0),Ljajič (att 11/1)

doubtful: Cuadrado (mf 15/1)
players back: Jovetić (att 11/4)


Zadar – Split
Zadar without: Gluić (gk 15/0), Šarić (df 13/0), Heister (mf 10/0),  Vasilj (mf 12/0), (att 11/2)

players back:  Banović (mf 15/1)

Split without:

Vidić (df 9/0), (mf 0/0), Babić (mf 0/0), Erceg (mf 14/1), Vitaić (mf 15/6), Baraban (att 17/3)

Grimsby Town – Tamworth  1

Hosts better team, good form, fighting for top place na dpromotion, Lambs face defensive injury crisis

THE Lambs face a defensive injury crisis this weekend after both full-backs failed to finish the 90 minutes against Kidderminster on Tuesday night.

Captain Richard Tait (19/0)  managed to walk off with a suspected ankle injury while Scott Barrow (19/2) was carried off later in the same game after innocuously going down in the area.

The injuries to the duo – which are initially suspected to keep them out of the weekend trip to Grimsby – come at a bad time for the Lambs and manager Marcus Law, as centre-back Tom Marshall (17/1) is already on the treatment table and on-loan left-back, Greg Taylor, was called back by his parent club Luton Town.

Rugby, Stade Toulousain – Ospreys

DAN Biggar has handed the Ospreys a rare piece of positive injury news ahead of their clash with the four-times kings of Europe, Toulouse, in south west France this afternoon (1.35pm British Time).

Biggar flew out with the squad yesterday after passing a late fitness test on the shoulder injury he picked up during Wales’s autumn series defeat to Samoa last month.

Already without skipper Alun Wyn Jones and fellow Wales internationals Adam Jones, Ian Evans, Richard Hibbard, Jonathan Thomas, Aaron Jarvis and Richard Hibbard, the loss of the region’s leading points-scorer would have been another massive blow to take.

Rugby, Llanelli Scarlets – Exeter Chiefs

LLANELLI could receive a triple boost ahead of their Welsh Cup clash at Connah’s Quay

Jason Bowen and Corey Jenkins are available for selection after serving suspensions, while Chris Venables will have a late fitness test as he battles to be involved too.


Kriens – St. Gallen over 2,5 / probably 3,5 also

Kriens 3,76 per game. They have Tadic, league topscorer (att 16/15). St Gallen in good form, scoring much and play 3,61 goals average per game. Kriens recive 4 goals against WIl and Winterhtur which are mid table clubs, i belive St Gallen can also score same. In first game 5 goals (3-2).


Rosario our suspended Medina (21/5). Also coach will made 5 changes than last game when they loose 3-0 vs Instituto
Pizzi introdujo 5 variantes.
Manuel García reemplazó a Jorge Broun, Franco Peppino sustituyó a Nahuel Valentini, Omar Zarif apareció por izquierda en lugar de Delgado. Vuelve Gonzalo Castillejos en lugar de Federico Vismara y Javier Toledo por el suspendido Antonio Medina.
En definitiva, los 11 son: Manuel García; Paulo Ferrari, Franco Peppino, Matías Lequi y Omar Zarif; Santiago Biglieri, Julio Mozzo, Jesùs Méndez y Ricky Gómez; Javier Toledo y Gonzalo Castillejos.

Gimnasia in bad form. Today without: Crivelli (frist gk 17/0), Franco (df 19/1), G Diaz (mf 10/1), Garido (mf 10/0), Sagarzazu (mf 17/3), Saucedo (mf 14/1), Triverio (att 14/0). Pirchio (topscorer, att 20/5) and Arraya (att 9/3) on bench
Maximiliano Cavallotti en el arco; los cuatro defensores serán Diego Chitzoff, Sebastián Díaz, Javier Páez y Nicolás Minici; Diego Magno, Daniel Ramasco, Maximiliano Rodríguez y Leonardo Ferreyra en la zona de volantes, mientras que adelante estarán Jorge Luna y Alejandro Delorte


Hosts are solid, mid table Non League Premier club but they played great in FA Trophy.
They loose 2 days ago against FA Trophy SEMI-FINALS against two leagues stronger team Newport County (3-1 away but playing one more game at home). Horssham is worst team in league with only 15 points in 33 rounds and they suprise everybody two days ago palying draw against leader BILLERICAY TOWN (2-2).
“Wealdstone are a big club who, in my opinion, are in a false league position” said Colbran. “They should be fighting for a play-off place and, like Billericay, I would expect them to have a very strong squad who could all come in and do a job. But my players have a fantastic attitude and will be looking to build on Saturday’s terrific performance. Billericay were big and strong and all of my back four came off battered and bruised, with bumps and cuts, but they can’t wait to get going again.”
Yinka Salami returns to the squad but Louis Hollingsworth misses the game due to work commitments, with Tony Nwachukwu hoping that he won’t suffer a similar fate, and Jake Jacobs is unavailable. Andy Atkins will make a late decision on his availability, after becoming a father on Friday night, while there could be a debut for 18 year old winger Femi Akintunde who agreed to join the club at the weekend after being released from Barnet.

Whether Stones boss Gordon Bartlett elects to rest some of his players ahead of next Saturday’s FA Trophy semi-final remains to be seen but he will definitely be without the suspended trio of Alan Massey, Chris O’Leary and Connor Smith.