early bets

Manisaspor – Karsiyaka 1 @ 1,87 betvictor

14 community Karsiyaka player’s left and 2 are injured so they have just 9 seniors players available on trainig and they must take some youngsters link

Banahene (topscorer 16/6) and Oner (df 3/0) are injured while Makukula (att 10/3) , Fatih Sen (mf 15/3), Türkmehmet (mf 6/0), Yalciner (att 8/0), Gungnor (df 16/1), Solakel (df 16/0), Aktas (mf 12/0), Akbay (14/0), Tasdelen (df 16/0), Gurol (mf 4/0), Adican (df 16/0), ozcan (3/0), kocabey (mf 5/0), Yalçiner Taha (mf 8/0)

Manisa is currently leading table and doing great for title and promotion and there wasnt important changes

Ponferradina – Elche
Elche -0,25

quality is on Elche side. Thez are definitly best team in league, they have 11 pts more than 2nd and they recive just 11 goals in 21 round. Carles Gil (mf 16/3) adn club captein Albacar (df 19/7) are seriously missing but David Generelo (mf 15/0) is available again. Berange and Miguel Linares also out but not important

Ponferradina is 18 pts behind lece after 21 round. They win or loose, just one draw till now (10-1-10). They loose last two games and i expect the same in this game because they have important missings: Acoran Barrera (mf 18/3), Mateo Miguez (att), Juan de Dios Prados (mf 17/0) are injured and main player, topscorer Yuri de Souza (att 19/11) and Baro (df 13/1) are suspended..

Qualitz is definitly on away side, hosts have 3 important missings and Elche want secure title and promotion as soon as posible so no time for relax..

Portugal – Liga Round 15, Moreirense FC – SL Benfica
benfica -1,5 ah @ 1,83

Worst team in league, Moreirense will host league leaders Benfice without 4 suspended players: Augusto Loureiro (df 14/0), Filipe Goncalves (mf 13/0), Fabio Espinho (mf 14/1), Wagner Borges (mf 14/1). Also are injured Paulo ‘Paulinho’ Mota (df 3/0), Castro Miguel (mf 2/0), Pablo Olivera (mf 8/2) so their weak squad is now much weaker..

Benfica play tomorow cup game but imo that game will be like ‘training game’ for them. 4 days later is this game and as dont have now some important missings they should won this without any problems

Scunthorpe – Portsmouth 1 @ 1,62

Portsmouth confirm six players have left the club

Portsmouth have confirmed that six players have left the club following the expiry of their contracts.

Mustapha Dumbuya, Jon Harley, Brian Howard, Lubomir Michalik, Luke Rodgers and Lee Williamson have all departed.

Michalik joined Pompey in mid-September, while the other five arrived just before the opening League One match of the season in August.

“We thank them for their efforts and wish them all the best,” said Pompey caretaker boss Guy Whittingham.

League One Portsmouth have been in administration since February 2012 and are facing a second successive relegation as they are set for a 10-point penalty.

They are currently in the process of a takeover bid by the Pompey Supporters’ Trust and are said to be £61m in debt.

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 UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE  

Barcelona draw Milan, Ronaldo to face United

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 EUROPA LEAGUE  

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transfers

Manchester United agrees fee with Arsenal for Robin van Persie

The Arsenal striker finally gets his wish as he looks set to join Wayne Rooney and Co. at Old Trafford

Arsenal has confirmed that terms have been agreed with Premier League rival Manchester United for Dutch striker Robin Van Persie.

Last season’s top goalscorer fired an incredible 30 goals in the top-flight last season and will travel to Manchester on Thursday to agree personal terms and complete a medical ahead of the proposed move.

“Arsenal Football Club can confirm that terms have been agreed for the transfer of Robin van Persie to Manchester United,” the team said in a statement.

Van Persie, who has expressed his desire to leave the Emirates Stadium, looks set to sign a four-year deal at Old Trafford for a fee approaching 30 million euros, according to Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.

The Netherlands international is likely to spearhead a formidable attack for the Red Devils, as Wayne Rooney finished behind the 29-year-old with 27 strikes last season. The Red Devils also have youngsters Danny Welbeck and Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez up front.

Sir Alex Ferguson has finally got his marquee signing of the summer, beating neighbor Manchester City and Italian giant Juventus to the signature of the wantaway hitman after the acquisition of Crewe youngster Nick Powell and Japanese midfielder Shinji Kagawa.

Tottenham midfielder Modric to fly to Spain to complete Real Madrid move

A breakthrough has finally been reached as the Liga champions aim to complete a deal for the Spurs midfielder

Luka Modric is poised to fly to Spain on Thursday to finalize a deal worth 30 million pounds to move from Tottenham to Real Madrid.

The Croatian will jet into the Spanish capital after appearing for Croatia in its friendly against Switzerland on Wednesday night.

Sources have told Goal.com that Real has agreed a fee worth 30 million pounds with Spurs for Modric to finally bring an end to the long-running transfer saga.

Modric is expected to have a medical with the Spanish champions in the next 48 hours before putting pen to paper on a deal.

The 26-year-old has been in limbo since demanding a transfer to Real earlier in the summer.

He failed to report on time for pre-season training and refused to go on the north Londoners’ preseason tour to the United States.

This came 12 months after he asked for a move from White Hart Lane to Chelsea, which Spurs chairman Daniel Levy refused to sanction despite a £40m bid from the European champions days before the end of the August 2011 window.

Martinez set for record-breaking move to Bayern Munich

The Athletic Bilbao midfielder has long been linked with a move away from San Mames, and will become the most expensive signing in the history of the Bundesliga.

Javi Martinez, Spain

Javi Martinez is set to complete a 40 million euro move to Bayern Munich, Goal.com can confirm.

The Spain international has long been linked with a move to the Allianz Arena, with the Bavarians looking to bolster their midfield options ahead of the start of the new season.

The transfer was triggered after Bayern activated a 40 million euro buy-out clause in Martinez’s contract, despite Die Roten apparently being reluctant to meet the fee – a German transfer record.

It appears that Martinez was keen on the move being finalized however, as under the terms of the deal he will allegedly give up two million euros of his annual salary.

The versatile 23 year-old, who can play either as a central midfielder or defender, will sign a five-year contract, meaning he stands to lose 10 million euros overall.

Bayern has already added Claudio Pizarro, Mario Mandzukic and Xherdan Shaqiri to its ranks this summer, as it looks to wrestle the Bundesliga title from Borussia Dortmund.

Bayern was also hoping to sign Bayer Leverkusen midfieler Lars Bender during the summer transfer window, only for both player and club to rebuff its advances.

New York v Tottenham

New York Red Bulls are in third Position in the Major League Soccer with 38 points in the table while Tottenham completed its last season 2011-2012 with securing fourth place in the league table although Hotspurs failed to secure the spot for Champions League next Season. English Premier League will start on August 18 and Tottenham will play against Newcastle United in their first league match.

Tottenham Played against 3 clubs in International Club friendlies In which they won 1 match against Stevenage FC and 2 match were ended with draw against English Club Liverpool and another MLS playing Club LA Galaxy. North London side were poor with its last performance in the club friendly matches.

Probable Lineups

NY Red Bulls:Bill Gaudette, Wilman Conde, Marcus Holgersson, Roy Miller, Connor Lade, Jan Gunnar Solli, Sebastien Le Toux, Dax McCarty, Joel Lindpere, Thierry Henry, Kenny Cooper

Tottenham:Friedel, Kyle Walker, Younes Kaboul, Jan Vertonghen, S. Bassong, Jake Livermore, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Andros Townsend, Rafael van der Vaart, Gareth Bale, Jermain Defoe

club friendly preview

Montreal (Can) – Lyon (Fra)

Alessandro Nesta will make his long-awaited Montreal debut when the Impact hosts Lyon.

Montreal Impact (4-2-3-1): Ricketts; Mallace, Ferrari, Nesta, Iapichino; Martins, Bernier; Nyassi, Mapp, Arnaud; Di Vaio.

INJURY REPORT

OUT : D Jeb Brovsky – Right hamstring; D Zarek Valentin – Left ankle sprain; F Bernardo Corradi – Left knee ACL tear

PROBABLE : D Matteo Ferrari – Right quad strain; D Nelson Rivas – Abdomen

Olympique Lyonnais (4-4-2): Lloris; Reveillere, Cris, Kone, Cissokho; Bastos, Gonalons, Gourcuff, Kallstrom; Gomis, Lopez

ROSTER

GOALKEEPERS: Hugo Lloris, Rémy Vercoutre, Anthony Lopes

DEFENDERS: Medhi Zeffane, Samuel Umtiti, Anthony Reveillere, Bakary Kone, Mouhamadou Dabo, Cris, Aly Cissokho

MIDFIELDERS: Michel Bastos, Jordan Ferri, Gueida Fofana, Maxime Gonalons, Yoann Gourcuff, Clément Grenier, Kim Kallstrom, Enzo Reale

FORWARDS: Yassine Benzia, Jimmy Briand, Bafétimbi Gomis, Alexandre Lacazette, Lisandro Lopez, Jérémy Pied

Los Angeles (Usa) – Tottenham (Eng)

Even without David Beckham and Landon Donovan, there will be plenty of firepower on display as Tottenham begins its U.S. tour

LA Galaxy (4-4-2): Saunders; Franklin, DeLaGarza, Junior Lopes, Dunivant; Jimenez, Juninho, Sarvas, Stephens; Keane, Barrett.

INJURY REPORT

OUT: DF Andrew Boyens (L sports hernia surgery); FW Edson Buddle (R knee surgery); MF Dan Keat (R knee surgery); DF Leonardo (R knee inflammation);

QUESTIONABLE: DF Todd Dunivant (R calf hematoma); DF Omar Gonzalez (L knee surgery); MF Mike Magee (R shin hematoma); MF Kyle Nakazawa (back spasms); FW Pat Noonan (R quad strain)

Tottehnam (4-5-1): Friedel; Assou-Ekotto, Gallas, Vertonghen, Walker; Bale, Huddlestone, Sigurdsson, Van der Vaart, Lennon; Defoe.

ROSTER

GOALKEEPERS – Jordan Archer, Carlo Cudicini, Brad Friedel, Heurelho Gomes

DEFENDERS – Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Sebastien Bassong, Michael Dawson (captain), William Gallas, Younes Kaboul, Kyle Naughton, Jan Vertonghen, Kyle Walker

MIDFIELDERS – Gareth Bale, David Bentley, Tom Carroll, Tom Huddlestone, Jermaine Jenas, Aaron Lennon, Jake Livermore, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Andros Townsend, Rafael Van der Vaart

FORWARDS – Jermain Defoe, Harry Kane