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Belgium, Mouscron Peruwelz – St. Liege  5-2

http://www.betexplorer.com/soccer/belgium/jupiler-league/matchdetails.php?matchid=drriqlmU

Standard will rest players, there will play ‘manny youngsters’ as they wrote

In order to minimize any troops to confront the Russians, Israeli T1 line up as many young people Friday at Mouscron.

If Jeff Louis will qualify for this meeting, Guy Luzon will recover any injured part for the first leg on Wednesday against Zenit. ” Carcela Mujangi Bia and are not yet ready to be on the scoresheet. http://www.nordeclair.be/1078153/article/2014-08-13/standard-mujangi-bia-et-carcela-ne-seront-pas-retablis-pour-affronter-le-zenit-l

Fifteen days after a victory brought Kortrijk between two European matches, the Standard is about to follow up with another trip to the Belgian west, which looks just as perilous. Faced with a litany of missing players, Guy Luzon, who wants to preserve a maximum of frames for the receipt of Zenit on Wednesday, is preparing to run again tomorrow at Gunner.

Liege coach warned and did not change course of action, ” this game is approached the same way as against Kortrijk, given the number of injuries. One must keep players to face Zenit. Our priority is the Champions League and we must focus our energy on that. ”

So there will be many young Rouches tomorrow at Gunner. Mmaee, Mbombo Lumanza but Yasar and Milosevic, who missed their first in Kortrijk, and have the opportunity to redeem himself.

http://www.lavenir.net/sports/cnt/dmf20140813_00513549

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15.8. Nancy – Arles-Avignon   1-1 

http://www.betexplorer.com/soccer/france/ligue-2/matchdetails.php?matchid=dMx9LA6f

Arles never won Nancy

Last season Nancy one one place and tree points far from Ligue 1 promotion. They are again promotion candidate. They lost two strikes from last season but they bring back Hadji and topscorer from their oponents from this round, Dale. After draw in first round with promotion candidate Dijon they won away Orleans. In tuesday they play with reserves, with young team in cup and won Le Havre 2-1. Florent Zitte is definitly out and tree players doubtful

Arles usually weak away (last season 1 win). As i send you last week as info, for Arles is this season tranzicion year. Important defender Erwan Quintin out

Arles had much worse transfer window, manny important players left and some unexpirienced they bring. So, club left: first gk Ludovic Butelle (37 caps to today’s oponents), Maurice Dale (att 34/11), Steeven Fortes (df 24/0), Julien Cardy (mf 29/1), Sebastien Cantini (df 34/1), Jordi Delclos (att 26/4), Yunis Abdelhamid (df 35/2), Rafael Dias (13/2), Billel Omrani (13/0), Ben Sangare (att 7/0)

USA; MLS; Houston Dynamo – Philadeklphia Union   2-0 

http://www.betexplorer.com/soccer/usa/mls/matchdetails.php?matchid=YawJoqWO

While Houston was resting, Phily played their cup game (120 minutes+penalities with strong oponent like Dallas) and this will be their third game in just 6 days and few thousend kilometers.

Tired Union to rely on depth against Dynamo

With the first of their two-game Texas road trip in the win column, the beleaguered Union turn to face the Houston Dynamo on Friday at BBVA Compass Stadium. It will be the club’s third match in six days.

Yet even with fatigue, soreness and the Texas heat playing a factor, interim manager Jim Curtin doesn’t expect the red-hot Union to slow down anytime soon.

“We’ll be fine for Houston,” Curtin said, citing the team’s depth. “We will juggle some things obviously with tired legs, but we have a lot of depth now.”

Fresh off a US Open Cup semifinal win over FC Dallas on Tuesday, the 6-8-9 Union have called in reinforcements to face the Dynamo with such a short turnaround.

Headlining the group with be center back Carlos Valdes, who was held out of Tuesday’s match but will start on Friday. Brian Carroll and Fabinho are also expected to play a role. http://www.csnphilly.com/union/tired-union-rely-depth-against-dynamo?

Netherlands Eerste, Telstar – Roda   1-2

http://www.betexplorer.com/soccer/netherlands/eerste-divisie/matchdetails.php?matchid=tjp3kJpA

Roda after relegation main favorite for promotion (won in first game another relegated and now promotion favorite RKC Waalwijk)
Telstar main goal is to avoid bottom of table

Telstar without Tim Keurntjes, Wouter de Vogel, Anmar Almubaraki and Anthony Correia
Roda without Guy Ramos, Anco Jansen, Martijn Monteyne, Kai Bosing

St Patrick´s – UCD   3-2

St Pat’s 3rd and they are best home team. UCD weak team in weak form, only one away win.

St patrick has back ofensive midfielder Forester (mf 22/10). He and striker Fagan scored more than whole UCD team.

Fagan has scored ten times during Pats current winning run whilst his Inchicore team-mates have added a further 16 goals during this impressive run of form.

St Patrick’s Athletic
Injured: None
Doubtful: Ken Oman (calf), James Chambers
Suspended: Mark Quigley

UCD
Injured: Mark Langtry, Thomas Boyle, Dean Clarke
Doubtful: None
Suspended: None

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Waterford – Finn Harps 0-2

Finn 7 games without lost, last 5 was draw and they are 2nd best defence of league but now in defensive worries. Tree defenders are suspended and two doubtful:

Horgan will have to shuffle his pack as Packie Mailey (df 20/0) and Damien McNulty (df 20/1) join their fellow defender Caoimhin Bonner (df 12/0) on the suspension list. Thomas McMonagle (df 3/0) and Josh Mailey (df 15/2) both came off against Longford last weekend with knocks and are doubts.

Waterford in bad form (usually i would try suprise here, now no bet)

Waterford The Missing List:
Daryl Power (att 2/0) – Out
Thomas Croke (mf 10/0) – Out
Kevin O’Connor (mf 20/2) – Out
Willie John Kiely (att 16/4) – Doubtful

Vinny Sullivan (16/0) and Willie John Kiely (att 16/4) both return for selection after suspension, though Kiely carries a knock and will be assessed before the game. Thomas Croke, Kevin O’Connor and Daryl Power miss out though injury.

Recent U-19 signing Sami Ogayemi is now also available for the senior team for the rest of the season, and was on the bench for the first time last weekend.

16.8. 00:00 Deportes Iquique – U. De Chile   2-2 
http://int.soccerway.com/matches/2014/08/16/chile/primera-division/municipal-iquique/cfp-universidad-de-chile/1755219/

League leaders U de Chile won 6 in a row and will have their main striker Rubio (att 3/2, last season 32/17) back while hosts in awful form, without their main striker Villalobos (att 4/1, ls 34/12) and also 3 days later they will play Copa Sudamericana in Bolivia so posible squad rotations

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Scotland Premier League

Aberdeen

man. : C. Brown
Northern Ireland N. McGinn (Brentford, 0 €) – 04 July 2012
Republic of Ireland J. Hayes (Inverness, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Republic of Ireland J. Shaughnessy (Forfar, B.L.) – 07 May 2012
Nigeria D. Uchechi (Free) – 01 July 2012
Scotland M. Reynolds (Sheffield Wednesday, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Iceland K. Arnason (Rotherham United, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Algeria M. Chalali (Free) – 01 July 2012
France Y. Mawéné (Free) – 01 July 2012
Togo Y. Folly (Free) – 01 July 2012
Northern Ireland R. McArdle (Free) – 01 July 2012
Scotland D. Mackie (Free) – 01 July 2012
Scotland F. Fyvie (Wigan) – 16 June 2012
Celtic Glasgow

man. : N. Lennon
Scotland G. Spence (Hamilton, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Réunion Q. Boesso (Gazélec, 0 €) – 13 June 2012
England J. Thompson (Chesterfield, B.L.) – 08 May 2012
Denmark M. D. Rasmussen (Midtjylland, 0 €) – 01 Augu 2012
Sweden D. Majstorovic (AIK Solna, 0 €) – 01 Augu 2012
Scotland G. Spence (Raith Rovers) – 18 July 2012
Poland P. Brozek (Trabzonspor, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
South Korea D. Cha (Düsseldorf, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Netherlands G. Loovens (Real Zaragoza, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Mexico E. Juárez (América Mexico) – 05 June 2012
Republic of Ireland D. O’Dea (Free) – 02 June 2012
Dundee FC

man. : J. Scott
England I. Davidson (Raith Rovers, 0 €) – 11 June 2012
England C. Finnigan (St. Johnstone) – 01 June 2012
Scotland J. Baird (Raith Rovers) – 15 May 2012
England C. Finnigan (St. Johnstone, B.L.) – 07 May 2012
Wales R. Weston (KR Reykjavik, 0 €) – 03 May 2012
Dundee United

man. : P. Houston
Scotland M. Gardyne (Ross County) – 01 July 2012
Scotland M. Millar (Falkirk) – 01 July 2012
Poland R. Cierzniak (Cracovia) – 01 July 2012
Czech Republic F. Mentel (Clyde, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Northern Ireland B. McLean (Preston NE, 0 €) – 14 June 2012
Argentina D. Casalinuovo (Raith Rovers, B.L.) – 01 June 2012
Scotland D. Hilson (Forfar, B.L.) – 07 May 2012
Slovakia M. Lacny (Sparta Prague, B.L.) – 31 Dece 2012
Scotland S. Robertson (Blackpool, 0 €) – 27 July 2012
Slovakia D. Pernis (Free) – 01 July 2012
Scotland P. Dixon (Huddersfield Town, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Scotland D. Swanson (Peterborough United) – 06 June 2012
Scotland G. Kenneth (Free) – 14 May 2012
Heart of Midlothian

man. : J. McGlynn
Scotland C. Thomson (Suduva, B.L.) – 30 July 2012
Scotland D. Thomson (Raith Rovers, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Scotland J. McGlynn (man., Raith Rovers) – 21 June 2012
England J. Sutton (CC Mariners, B.L.) – 01 June 2012
Scotland J. Stewart (Raith Rovers, B.L.) – 07 May 2012
Spain S. Santana (Tenerife) – 06 July 2012
Scotland C. Kane (Dunfermline Athletic) – 01 July 2012
Scotland I. Black (Free) – 01 July 2012
Slovakia M. Kello (Free) – 01 July 2012
Uganda D. Obua (Free) – 01 July 2012
Portugal Paulo Sérgio (man., Free) – 07 June 2012
Republic of Ireland S. Elliott (Free) – 21 May 2012
Scotland G. Glen (Free) – 21 May 2012
Poland A. Mrowiec (Free) – 20 May 2012
Hibernian

man. : P. Fenlon
Scotland L. Griffiths (Wolverhampton, L.) – 21 July 2012
England B. Williams (Colchester, 0 €) – 10 July 2012
Scotland P. Cairney (Partick Thistle) – 02 July 2012
Republic of Ireland T. Clancy (Free) – 01 July 2012
Republic of Ireland K. Byrne (Ross County, B.L.) – 01 June 2012
Scotland S. Taggart (Stranraer, B.L.) – 13 May 2012
Scotland D. Handling (Berwick Rangers, B.L.) – 07 May 2012
Scotland J. Forster (Berwick Rangers, B.L.) – 07 May 2012
England L. Horner (Stirlingshire, B.L.) – 07 May 2012
Honduras J. Claros (Motagua, B.L.) – 01 Febr 2013
England I. Osbourne (Blackpool) – 20 July 2012
Scotland G. O’Connor (Tom’, 0 €) – 12 July 2012
Republic of Ireland M. Doherty (Wolves B, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Republic of Ireland R. O’Donovan (Coventry, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
England T. Soares (Stoke City, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
England G. Francomb (Norwich, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Scotland L. Griffiths (Wolves, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Scotland M. Scott (Ross County, L.) – 28 June 2012
Inverness

man. : T. Butcher
Scotland G. Morrison (Grindavik, B.L.) – 26 Augu 2012
England R. Draper (Macclesfield) – 06 July 2012
England G. Warren (Newport) – 01 July 2012
England J. Byrom (Stevenage) – 01 July 2012
England D. Raven (Free) – 28 June 2012
England J. Oswell (Crewe) – 28 June 2012
Spain A. Reguero (Free) – 28 June 2012
France K. Gillet (AEK Larnaca) – 19 July 2012
France C. Gnakpa (Walsall, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
England S. Winnall (Wolverhampton, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
England S. Williams (Bradford, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Austria T. Piermayr (Free) – 01 July 2012
England G. Tansey (Stevenage) – 01 July 2012
France G. Tadé (St. Johnstone) – 01 July 2012
Republic of Ireland J. Hayes (Aberdeen, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Scotland R. Tokely (Ross County, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Spain R. Golobart (Wigan, B.L.) – 01 June 2012
England C. Hogg (Free) – 01 June 2012
Kilmarnock

man. : K. Shiels
Netherlands J. Tesselaar (Free) – 25 June 2012
Scotland R. McKenzie (Brechin City, B.L.) – 07 May 2012
Scotland G. Fisher (Cowdenbeath, B.L.) – 07 May 2012
Czech Republic Z. Kroca (FASTAV Zlin, 0 €) – 02 July 2012
Scotland L. Toshney (Celtic Glasgow B, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Portugal David Silva (Olhanense) – 17 June 2012
England B. Gordon (Chelsea B, B.L.) – 14 May 2012
Senegal M. Sissoko (Udinese B, B.L.) – 13 May 2012
Motherwell

man. : S. McCall
England S. Ramsden (Bradford) – 01 July 2012
Scotland N. Devlin (Stenhousemuir, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
France L. Bovari (Corte) – 24 June 2012
Scotland J. Pollock (Clyde, B.L.) – 07 May 2012
Scotland J. Halsman (Greenock Morton, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Republic of Ireland T. Clancy (Free) – 21 June 2012
England S. Lawless (Partick Thistle, 0 €) – 15 May 2012
Northern Ireland S. Craigan (Retired) – 14 May 2012
Ross County

man. : D. Adams
Scotland R. Tokely (Inverness, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Scotland A. Cooper (Elgin City, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Scotland R. Duncan (Peterhead, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Scotland R. Naismith (Nairn County, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Scotland M. Scott (Hibernian, L.) – 28 June 2012
Scotland G. Glen (Free) – 16 June 2012
Scotland D. Soutar (Forfar) – 02 July 2012
Scotland G. Miller (St. Johnstone) – 01 July 2012
Scotland M. Gardyne (Dundee United) – 01 July 2012
Northern Ireland J. Flynn (Falkirk, 0 €) – 08 June 2012
Republic of Ireland K. Byrne (Hibernian, B.L.) – 01 June 2012
St. Johnstone

man. : S. Lomas
England R. Vine (Free) – 31 July 2012
Republic of Ireland P. Cregg (Free) – 13 July 2012
Netherlands N. Hasselbaink (Free) – 01 July 2012
France G. Tadé (Inverness) – 01 July 2012
Scotland G. Miller (Ross County) – 01 July 2012
Scotland T. Scobbie (Falkirk) – 01 July 2012
Scotland Z. Clark (Elgin City, B.L.) – 01 June 2012
Scotland S. Higgins (Ayr United, B.L.) – 13 May 2012
Scotland M. Durnan (Elgin City, B.L.) – 13 May 2012
Scotland L. Caddis (Arbroath, B.L.) – 13 May 2012
England C. Finnigan (Dundee FC, B.L.) – 07 May 2012
Scotland S. May (Alloa, B.L.) – 07 May 2012
Canada M. Haber (Stevenage) – 06 July 2012
Scotland J. Keatings (Celtic B, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
England J. Compton (Falkirk, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
England J. Morris (Bristol City, 0 €) – 13 June 2012
England C. Finnigan (Dundee FC) – 01 June 2012
England K. Oyenuga (Tottenham B, B.L.) – 01 June 2012
Republic of Ireland C. Sheridan (CSKA, B.L.) – 01 June 2012
England L. Croft (Derby County, B.L.) – 14 May 2012
St. Mirren

man. : D. Lennon
Scotland J. Naismith (Greenock, B.L.) – 01 Janu 2013
England S. Parkin (QotS, 0 €) – 01 July 2012
Scotland J. Robertson (Cowdenbeath) – 01 July 2012
England L. Guy (Free) – 01 July 2012
Scotland J. McKernon (Ayr United, B.L.) – 01 July 2012
Scotland M. Lamont (Dumbarton, B.L.) – 13 May 2012
Scotland J. McShane (Hamilton, B.L.) – 07 May 2012
Scotland J. McShane (Hamilton) – 01 July 2012
Scotland J. Naismith (Greenock, L.) – 01 July 2012
Australia A. Mooy (West Sydney) – 01 July 2012
Scotland S. Thomson (Free) – 01 July 2012
Netherlands J. Tesselaar (Free) – 17 May 2012
Netherlands N. Hasselbaink (Free) – 17 May 2012
Scotland S. Thompson (Dover, 0 €) – 14 May 2012
England A. McHugh (Free) – 13 May 2012
Scotland G. Smith (Free) – 13 May 2012
Scotland H. Murray (Free) – 07 May 2012

 

Hearts -St.Johnstone

First round of new season in Scotland higher league; could be a risk bet on an opening match, but Hearts seems – more or less – in same situation of Stabaek in Norway, that decided to play with young players.

The same happens here: in summer market hosts sold more then 15 player and made no acquisitions.

They are in the hands of many promising youngsters that should try to give to the team another year in Premier League

At least 14 of their players have less then 25 years, many are 21 years old or less and only two- three of them had some role as regulars in last season.

More, for this match Hearts has also two defenders unavailable, Hamill ( 28+1 2g) injuried since April, and banned Grainger ( 27). This further reduce the choices and the experience of the team- the sector in which the are more experienced players remain just the defence).

Also St. Johnstone suffered the departure of two keyplayers, Jody Morris (midf. 28+1) and topscorer Sandaza ( striker 29+1 14g), and trainer hopes that will not suffer an injury crisis during teh season, because the team has a very slim bench, but their team seems have a more competitive team and in this match will debut new striker Vine, for many years involved in English Championship,while there aren’t missings for this round.

Another thing that plays in favour of the guests is the fact that St. Johnstone already played two competitive matches in EL, where was put out from Turkish Eskisherispor with a loss in Turkey and a drawon his own field.

In my opinion guests can gain at least a draw here
Published Aug-03-2012, 21:57 CET

Betting option: Draw No Bet
Pick: St. Johnstone dnb
Odds: 2.9 (by mrgol)

st Patrick’s Ath -v- Hannover 96

Competition: Europa League   Venue: Richmond Park    Attendance:    Referee: Tamas Bognar (Hungary)
St. Patrick's Athletic
St. Patrick’s Athletic
Thu 02 Aug 2012Not Played Yet Hannover 96
Hannover 96

ST PATRICK’S ATHLETIC

The Saints welcome Hannover 96 to Dublin on Thursday in the Europa League Third Qualifying round. Due to UEFA regulations, St. Pat’s will play this home game in Tallaght Stadium and away from Richmond Park where they have such a good home record in Europe (five consecutive home wins, unbeaten in 11 games).

St. Pat’s progressed to this stage of qualification for the Europa League after eliminating Icelandic side IBV. Last week they beat Bosnian side Siroki Brijeg 2-1 in Inchicore in extra time to go through 3-2 on aggregate. Goals from John Russell and Christy Fagan set up the win but the Saints were also thankful for Ger O’Brien’s last gasp tackle at the end of extra time.

“It was just head down and run after him”, said O’Brien speaking to stpatsfctv. “I slid in and thankfully blocked it and it has gone some way in helping the team win 2-1.”

Available for the game for manager Liam Buckley is captain Conor Kenna who missed, due to suspension, Pat’s’ last Airtricity League game, a 1-1 draw in Belfield against UCD.  Dean Kelly (groin) and Stephen O’Flynn, who scored the crucial away goal in Iceland against IBV, has a broken rib and they will both miss the game. Mark Rossiter has a long term knee injury. Buckley is hoping that Vinny Faherty who has just re-signed for his second spell at the club will make the match squad.  Faherty returns from playing in Australia in the Victorian Premier league.

It is a tough ask for Pat’s against a team who play in one of the heavyweight top flight divisions in Europe. “It is great for the fans, the players and the club,” said O’Brien. “It is a very strong division over there but we have them here first and hopefully we can take a good result over there.”

His manager also knows Pat’s face a difficult task. “We have to make sure we play our way,” said Liam Buckley speaking to stpatsfc. “When we get the ball, we’ve got to be even more patient in terms of keeping possession – our supporters have been great in understanding that and supporting us this season.

“We’ve a tough game Thursday night, but we’ll rely on what we’ve been working on for the past few months, and if we retain the ball, they’re not going to score. So we cannot afford to give the ball away cheaply which we have done at times this season – if we can avoid doing that, we’ll give ourselves a chance.”

HANNOVER 96

Hannover’s first league game is not until 26 August when they face Schalke 04. They will be hoping that St. Pat’s don’t  catch them cold on Thursday. The German side, who finished seventh in the Bundesliga last season, have played a number of pre-season friendlies in preparation for the start of their competitive season. They lost to Herta Berlin and to third division side Preussen Munster. Their game last week against FK Rad Belgrad was abandoned after 57 minutes due to torrential rain in Austria where the game was played. Ivorian striker Didier Ya Konan had put Hannover in the lead before the game ended prematurely.

96 followed that up with a 1-1 draw against Wisla Krakow last Saturday. Hannover played the game using the Umbro match balls that will be used in Thursday’s game in Tallaght to aid their preparation. Hungarian Szabolcs Huszti, who recently returned to Hannover following three years with Zenit St. Petersburg, put the German side in the lead. Manager Mirko Slomka will be disappointed that his team conceded an equaliser in the final moments of the game. They also lost central defender Brazilian Felipe during the game and he won’t make the match in Dublin.  ‘Die Roten’ signed Felipe from Standard Liege, a club Hannover played four times in the Europa League last season.

Also missing will be another of Hannover’s new signings Hiroki Sakai. The defender is currently at the Olympics with Japan.  He played in last week’s 1-0 win over Spain in Hampden Park. Adrian Nikci, signed from Zurich over the summer, is an injury doubt

Referee: Tamás Bognar (Hungary).

MATCH STATS

Hannover got all the way to the quarter final of last year’s Europa League. They were eliminated at that stage by eventual winners Atletico Madrid, 4-2 on aggregate.

 

This is the third time in the last four years that St. Pat’s have played six games in Europe. In the same round last season, Pat’s played in Tallaght and were defeated 2-0 by Karpaty Lviv.

 

Pat’s last played German opposition in Europe in 2008. They played Hertha Berlin, drawing 0-0 in the home leg played in the RDS, and they lost 2-0 away.

BETTING

St Patrick’s Athletic 15/2; Draw 15/4; Hannover 2/7.

PREDICTION

St Patrick’s Athletic 1 – 3 Hannover 96.

 

St Patrick’s Athletic Injury News: Mark Rossiter, Dean Kelly, Stephen O’Flynn.

Hannover 96 Injury News: Felipe, Hiroki Sakai, Adrian Nikci (doubt).