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.

AUSTRALIA: A-LEAGUE SEASON 2013/2014 PREVIEW

Australia

ADELAIDE UNITED

Predicted position: 9

X-factor: jugadores españoles

Adelaide’s start to the previous season rescued them from dropping out of finals contention, after a horrible dip in form and the parting of ways with coach John Kosmina. Newly appointed Spanish coach Josep Gombau has recruited a couple of his countrymen Cirio and Isaias, whilst Zullo returns to the A-League on loan from FC Utrecht.

Adelaide’s hopes of success in the up coming season will be determined by how their Spanish signings perform. They will need to score plenty of goals, as Adelaide’s defense looks very thin. Standout goalkeeper Galekovic will no doubt do his fair share in thwarting the efforts of the opposition, but he will need greater protection.

BRISBANE ROAR

Predicted position: 3

X-factor: Berisha

Brisbane Roar finished last season strongly with a finals berth and claiming fifth spot on the ladder. This season Brisbane will look to make a better start than the previous year, considering the squad and coach have had a full pre-season together. Berisha’s pre-season form has been promising, suggesting a performance like his fantastic 2011/2012 season.

The midfield will be key to Brisbane’s success in the upcoming season. Former captain Matt McKay returns to the club alongside Liam Miller. The new additions will allow Broich and Brattan to push forward and link with Berisha, who was isolated for much of last year.

CENTRAL COAST MARINERS

Predicted position: 1

X-factor: Flores

Last season’s champions have had to replace the losses of key players in the off-season. The Mariners have managed to recruit well and also retain the services of their manager Graham Arnold. Ex Victory playmaker Flores joins the team with new signings Liam Reddy and former player Matt Simon.

The Central Coast Mariners’ squad is well balanced, as they have outstanding players throughout all their key positions. Siansbury was a standout at the back last season, captain Hutchinson will anchor the midfield allowing Flores and McGlinchey to create opportunities for Simon and Duke.

The only potential weakness for the Mariners is filling the void left by goalkeeper Matt Ryan.

MELBOURNE HEART

Predicted position: 7

X-factor: Kewell

Melbourne Heart will be looking to improve from their dismal finish to last season, where they finished ninth. This season the Heart should be targeting finals football with the signings they have made.

The most high profile addition has been securing the services of Harry Kewell. This match has the potential to be a win-win for both parties. Heart needs a player with his experience and skills whilst Kewell is vying for a World Cup spot.

Patrick Kisnorbo has also been signed to boost the defensive stocks, this will help young goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne. He finished last season in fine form and is showing potential to be a key figure in the upcoming season.

MELBOURNE VICTORY

Predicted position: 4

X-factor: Ange Postecoglou

Melbourne Victory did extremely well last season to finish third in their first season under the stewardship of Ange Postecoglou. This season they will be looking to go further and win the competition.

Ange has stamped his personality on the team and club by assembling a squad full of youth and skill. The loss of creative players Rojas and Flores indicates that Mitch Nicols will play a major part in the final third for the Victory.

Youngsters Nabbout, Geria and Pain should all establish themselves as league regulars alongside the experienced Leijer, Thompson and Miligan. Ange’s team has the ability to dominate possession and play on the counter, making them dangerous and a serious title contender.

NEWCASTLE JETS

Predicted position: 8

X-factor: The Youth

The Jets finished eight last season missing the finals for the third straight year, a bitter pill to swallow for the football proud region. The Jets have one of the strongest membership bases in the league and will be expecting a major improvement from last season.

The squad is full of Australian youth internationals such as Taggart, Hoole, Brillante and Chapman. These youngsters will need time to develop and need to be surrounded by experienced players, which is why the Jets have added Nathan Burns on loan. Burns will be a key figure and should partner marquee striker Heskey up front.

A major concern for the team is the pressure coach Van Egmond is under. If the Jets start the season poorly he could be the first casualty of the season.

PERTH GLORY

Predicted position: 6

X-factor: Shane Smeltz

Coach Alistair Edwards will be expecting big things from his team this season. Perth underwent major changes in playing style when Edwards took over as coach. With a full pre-season to prepare his team, a finals position should be achievable.

Kiwi international Shane Smeltz was extremely quiet by his standards last season. He needs to recapture his prolific goal scoring form if the Glory are to make a finals appearance.

Smeltz will need quality service and support from Zahra and Nagai. Youngster Daniel De Silva who had a breakout tournament for Australia in the U20’s World Cup will join this trio in attack and should make some significant contributions throughout the season

SYDNEY FC

Predicted position: 5

X-factor: Alessandro Del Piero

Sydney FC narrowly missed the finals last year finishing in seventh place. Coach Frank Farina was another appointment made throughout the season. He was able to guide them from the bottom of the table to within a whisker of the finals.

Sydney FC and Farina have added several new faces in the off-season in an attempt to win the title. The major coup was retaining the services of football legend Del Piero. He will line up alongside new recruits Bojic, Jurman, Garcia and Gamerio.

If Sydney FC can deliver on the hype and gel as a team they have the potential to win the title. However Farina will have to deal with some pressing issues such as how Carle and Del Piero will play together, Brett Emerton’s decreasing form and who will lead the attack.

WELLINGTON PHOENIX

Predicted position: 10

X-factor: Paul Ifill

The Phoenix head into the up-coming season with new coach Ernie Merrick at the helm, Merrick rejoins the A-League and brings a wealth of experience to the club.

Merrick will have his work cut out for him in the up-coming season as his squad is largely similar to the one that finished bottom of the league last season. Merrick has to find ways within the team to control possession in the midfield and structure the defense to concede fewer goals. The Phoenix conceded the second highest amount of goals behind Sydney FC last season.

WESTERN SYDNEY WANDERERS

Predicted position: 2

X-factor: Wanderland/RBB

The Wanderers inaugural season was unexpected as they defied all the odds and finished as Premiers. Western Sydney local Tony Popovic displayed his outstanding coaching ability.

Popovic has retained the services of the majority of his squad, bringing in only a handful of new faces. Brendon Santalab joins the team from China and has had a fantastic pre-season, he has the ability to score goals, make intelligent runs off the ball and close down defenders. He is definitely one to look out for and will cause plenty of headaches for the opposition. Tomi Juric joins the Wanderers from Adelaide United, another player that has had a successful pre-season coinciding with his first Australian cap and goal. Popovic has also added experience to his backline with the signing of utility Dean Heffernan.

This season the Wanderers will look to go one better and add the Championship to their Premiership. The challenge is now playing with the expectations that are placed on the team. Approximately 15,000 memberships have been sold and this should see the “house full” sign go up at Wanderland at every home game. The RBB and Wanderers supporters have breathed life back into the competition, adding colour, noise and intimidating opponents. Wanderland will not be an easy place to travel to and pick up points.

Tactically the Wanderers have strengthened their forward line, as this was a weakness in the previous campaign. Haliti, Juric and Santalab will offer Popovic plenty of options to alter his game plan. The Mariners showed in last season’s grand final that when teams shut down the Wanderers, play with width and push their fullbacks up into the Wanderers defensive third, they will create problems for the Premiers’ ability to get out of trouble and retain possession.

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Chiasso (Sui) – AC Milan (Ita)

Milan without International players but strong squad against poor club from 2nd swiss league so bets are

-0,75 ah first half Milan
2/2 ht/ft 
-1,5ah Milan

Probabili formazioni Chiasso-Milan

CHIASSO (4-4-1-1): Capelletti; Djuric, Adailton, Zambrotta, Quaresima; Berisha, Facchinetti, Adao, Mihajlovic; Magnetti; Ciarrocchi. (Martinazzo, Tarchini, Felitti, D. Riva, R. Riva, Becchio, Varvelli). All. Komornicki.

MILAN (4-3-1-2): Amelia; Zaccardo, Silvestre, Mexes, Emanuelson; Poli, De Jong, Nocerino; Kakà; Matri, Robinho. (Gabriel, Vergara, Pedone, Pinato, Rondanini, Muntari, Claveria, Moric, Niang). All. Allegri.

FC DALLAS vs. VANCOUVER WHITECAPS (Saturday, 8:30pm, MLS Live)

After meeting twice in the space of a week in late April, FC Dallas and the Vancouver Whitecaps close out their season series at FC Dallas Stadium on Saturday, with a nearly healthy Jay DeMerit among the Whitecaps squad on the road trip.

Both teams have a number of injured players though, with Whitecaps centerback Brad Rusin out and FC Dallas midfielder Andrew Jacobson still working his way back to full fitness. The hosts lose Blas Perez and Raul Fernandez to international selection while five players including Darren Mattocks are away for the visitors. Kenny Cooper is also suspended due to a red card.

SPORTING KANSAS CITY vs. COLUMBUS CREW (Saturday, 8:30pm, MLS Live)

Brian Bliss began his reign as Crew head coach on the right note with a 2-0 victory mid-week against the Houston Dynamo, but a visit to Sporting Park is a whole new challenge.

Even without Kei Kamara (transfer) and international call-ups to Graham Zusi and Matt Besler, Sporting KC have one of the deepest teams in the league and the ability to cover in the lineup for the coming match. The Crew meanwhile return Federico Higuain and Danny O’Rourke from suspension.

SEATTLE SOUNDERS vs. CHICAGO FIRE (Saturday, 10pm, NBC Sports Network)

The Sounders look for their fourth consecutive win on Saturday evening when the Chicago Fire visit CenturyLink Stadium in front of a national audience.

Eddie Johnson has been a key player for the Sounders all season but the club will have to survive without him and Clint Dempsey, who have joined the U.S. Men’s National Team squad in Costa Rica. The Sounders will also be without Brad Evans (calf injury) and Obafemi Martins is questionable with an ankle strain. The Fire won’t have the services of new signing Arevalo Rios and veteran Joel Lindpere.

LOS ANGELES GALAXY vs. COLORADO RAPIDS (Saturday, 10:30pm, MLS Live)

Two teams chock full of youngsters will be able to test them out in what could be an eventual playoff match as the Colorado Rapids travel to Carson City, California to face the Los Angeles Galaxy.

With Landon Donovan, Robbie Keane, Omar Gonzalez, and Jaime Penedo missing from the hosts as well as Gabriel Torres missing from the visitors due to the international matches this weekend, the likes of Jose Villarreal, Jack McBean, and Deshorn Brown should all get plenty of minutes.

PORTLAND TIMBERS VS. TORONTO FC (Saturday, 11pm, MLS Live/TSN)

The Portland Timbers will be hoping to return to the winning column when they welcome in Toronto FC to Jeld-Wen Field on Saturday evening.

The Timbers will be without their Jamaican trio of Ryan Johnson, Donovan Ricketts, and Alvas Powell, but Rodney Wallace was not called up by Costa Rica, allowing head coach Caleb Porter to use one of his stars this weekend. TFC will be without four of their Canadian players, Kyle Bekker, Jonathan Osorio, Ashtone Morgan, and Doneil Henry.

HOUSTON DYNAMO vs. NEW YORK RED BULLS (Sunday, 5pm, UniMas)

Two teams with volatile league form meet for the first of two meetings in the next seven weeks as the Houston Dynamo host the New York Red Bulls on Sunday.

The last time the team’s met ended with a Red Bulls 2-0 victory, but Mike Petke’s club will be without leader Tim Cahill for at least three weeks due to an ankle injury, while left back Roy Miller is injured and on international leave. The Dynamo are missing Oscar Boniek Garcia and Jermaine Taylor but they’ll surely hold the advantage at home in their backyard, as they look to return into the top five places in the Eastern Conference.

The Red Bulls are also without Ibrahim Sekagya due to a red card suspension.

NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION vs. MONTREAL IMPACT (Sunday, 7:30pm, MLS Live)

Both the New England Revolution and Montreal Impact enter Sunday’s tilt on three-match unbeaten runs, and the clubs are relatively unscathed by international call-ups.

The Revolution lose new signing O’Brien Woodbine and forward Jerry Bengtson, but neither were expected to play as Juan Agudelo, Kelyn Rowe, and Diego Fagundez have formed a talented young group of players in attacking positions on the field. However, the Montreal Impact’s two summer signings, Hernan Bernardello and Adrian Lopez, are both set to miss out after suffering injuries in the past week.

CHIVAS USA vs. D.C. UNITED (Sunday, 9pm, MLS Live)

The two worst teams in MLS meet up on Sunday evening, with more than just pride on the line.

D.C. United slumped to their 18th defeat this season last Saturday and lost Jared Jeffrey in the first half to a sprained ankle, an injury that will likely keep him out when they visit Chivas USA. Ben Olsen also won’t be able to select Dwayne De Rosario, Dejan Jakovic, and Kyle Porter in this week’s lineup due to joining the Canadian National Team. Chivas meanwhile ended their two-match point streak with a defeat to the Seattle Sounders, but don’t lose anyone to international call-ups, the only team in the league to be left off that list.

SAN JOSE EARTHQUAKES vs. PHILADELPHIA UNION (Sunday, 11pm, ESPN2)

The Philadelphia Union’s usual starting XI will be forced to chance on Sunday when they visit the San Jose Earthquakes.

Amobi Okugo misses out due to a red card while Ray Gaddis continues to be bothered by an ankle sprain. Reserve midfield/defender Michael Lahoud is also away on international duty. The Earthquakes meanwhile are without Honduras duo Victor Bernardez and Marvin Chavez, but USMNT pool players Alan Gordon and Clarence Goodson were left of the qualifying roster.

Int preview

Croatia  CROATIA – SCOTLAND  

Modric, Corluka and Lovren suspended

Scotland without 13 players: Brown, Forrest, Fox, Wallace, Caldwell, Bridcutt, Greer, D. Fletcher, S. Fletcher, Commons, Mulgrew, Adam, Miller

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PARAGUAY-CHILE

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Argentina-Colombia

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One definite absence for Argentina is Fernando Gago, who will be unable to resume his partnership with Javier Mascherano in the middle.

Lionel Messi’s presence, meanwhile, is still in doubt. The Barcelona star was included in the squad and reports from training suggest that he will be fit to take the captain’s armband against Colombia. With questions remaining over whether he is ready to play, however, coach Alejandro Sabella has refused to confirm his place in the first XI – Erik Lamela or Ezequiel Lavezzi are prime candidates to step in should he be unavailable.
Jose Pekerman is expected to make several changes from the team that was defeated last time round by Venezuela. In an attacking line-up, Cruz Azul striker Teo Gutierrez will enter for Macnelly Torres to partner Radamel Falcao up front, while Carlos Sanchez could also enter for Edwin Valencia in the middle.

Portugal – Russia

With Pepe suspended for the game at Estadio da Luz, Paulo Bento’s main concern is picking a replacement to partner Bruno Alves in the heart of the Portuguese defense, with Valencia’s Ricardo Costa expected to get the nod.

After an injury-plagued campaign which saw him miss Portugal’s last two Group F matches against Israel and Azerbaijan, winger Nani has re-joined the squad for the upcoming qualifier.

Captain Igor Denisov is expected to make his return to the Russian XI after sitting out the team’s last game against Brazil with illness, with Viktor Faizulin vying with Roman Shirokov for the other central midfield berth in Fabio Capello’s 4-2-3-1 formation.

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Jamaica – USA

Manager Theodore Whitmore’s side boasts four MLS players, including captain and goalkeeper Donovan Ricketts, midfielder JeVaughn Watson and forwards Ryan Johnson and Darren Mattocks.

he USA, playing without the likes of first-team regulars Landon Donovan, Steve Cherundolo, Timmy Chandler and Carlos Bocanegra, begins a stretch of three World Cup qualifiers in 11 days. The team’s next two matches against Panama and Honduras will be played in Seattle and Salt Lake City, respectively. Forward Herculez Gomez (knee) is an injury doubt to play Friday. Fabian Johnson (hamstring) was subbed off at halftime against Germany as a precautionary measure but is expected to be ready.

Jamaica (4-1-4-1): Ricketts; Powell, Mariappa, Woodbine, Gordon; Austin, Hue, McCleary, Elliott, Watson; Johnson

USA (4-2-3-1): Howard; Evans, Gonzalez, Besler, Beasley; Bradley, Jones; Zusi,Dempsey, F. Johnson; Altidore.

Czech Republic-Italy

Michal Bilek has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the qualifier and could field the same XI which comfortably saw off the challenge of Armenia with a 3-0 away win back in March.

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Cesare Prandelli can welcome back Andrea Barzagli and Stephan El Shaarawy after the pair missed the 4-0 friendly victory over San Marino last week and both are expected to go straight into the starting line-up.

Albania – Norway 

Norway with full squad, Albania without important defenders Cana, Curri, Lila, Vangjeli and midfielder Meha

Line ups

Albania: Berisha, Dalku, Agolli, Mavraj, Osmani, Basha, Bulku, Llullaku, Rama, Gjasula, Cani (Salihi)

Norway: Jarstein, Høgli, Wæhler, Hangeland, Ruud, Braaten, Henriksen, Nordtveit, Jenssen, Elyounoussi, Søderlund

Costa Rica – Honduras

line ups

Costa Rica: Navas, Gamboa, G. González, Acosta, J. Diaz, Barrantes, Bolanos, A. Rodriguez, Campbell, B. Ruiz, V. Nunez/Saborio

Honduras: Valladares, A. Peralta, V. Bernardez, O. Chavez, J. Garcia, B. Garcia, Espinoza, Garrido, Palacios, Costly, Bengtson

Panama – Mexico

Panama with strong home record – didnt loose at home almost 8 years

line ups

Panama: Penedo, Chen, R. Torres, Baloy, L. Henríquez, G. Gómez, A. Henríquez, Godoy, Escobar, Tejada/G. Torres, B. Pérez

Mexico: Corona, Meza, Rodriguez, Reyes, Salcido, Zavala, Guardado, Torrado, Barrera, De Nigris/Dos Santos, J. Hernandez