Europa League, Superfund Pasching (Aut) – Estoril (Por) 2 @ 1,75
Must take this on this odds. If we compare Austrian and Switzerland leagues they are almost similar (statisticly Swiss one place better, look here http://comparetheleagues.com )..But this is game between team from Austria Regionalliga club vs Portugal top league. First game in Portugal was 2-0 for Estoril (true, Pasching should have penalty and not play so bad as all think they will). This game will be in Linz (near Pasching) because pasching not gave stadium for Euro games..Austrian side must play offensive now, it’s 2nd game and they dont have nothing to loose (totally different game than first one), attack and i think Estoril players will ude that in their favor
Estoril in good form and wants comfirm EL groups. This is smaller club and each victory is good for them (because victory brings more money). Marco Silva did not notice any change in Estoril, to visit Pasching in the second leg of the playoff access to the Europa League.
The technician called the nineteen players who had been called to visit Arouca, in the last round of the League. Out for them are Gerson (0/0), Babanco (1/0) e Tiago Gomes (0/0).
Pasching will be without their topscorer Yusuf Otubanjo (att 3/3).
Pasching: Berger – Kerschbaumer, Grasegger, Kablar, Prettenthaler – Perchtold, Krammer – Schobesberger, Sobkova, Petrovic – Casanova
Ersatz: Höfler – Dusak, Hamdemir, Pfennich, Blutsch, Mössner
Estoril: Vagner – Anderson, Tavares, Miguel, Mano – Goncalo, Evandro, Goncalves – Carlitos, Leal, Joao Pedro
Ersatz: Ribeiro – Javier Balboa, G. Fernandes, Gladestony, Seba, Diogo Amado, R. Fernandes
Sheriff Tiraspol (Mda) – Vojvodina (Srb) -0,25 Sheriff @ 2,02 3/10
i am not fan of betting on EL but will try for low stake -0,25 on Sheriff. They are solid team, i look them round before with DInamo and this round they played draw in Serbia, 1-0. They was leading 1-0 there and played more than half game with 10 players. This time they are at home and i see chance for them
Vojvodina weaker than before, before this round team left main player, topscorer and they didnt impress so far (according to my serbian colleagues)..
Rubin Kazan – Molde
Molde’s trip to Russia was slightly delayed because the squad was lacking visas, but they eventually boarded the plane and landed safely in Kazan
Rubin out Mubarak Wakaso and doubtful Giedrius Arlauskis
Molde out Espen Bugge Pettersen, Børre Steenslid, Magne Simonsen, Joshua Gatt
Spartak M – St. Gallen
Spartak out : Soslan Gatogov, Artem Rebrov, Romulo, Aleksandr Kozlov, Salvatore Bocchetti, Sergei Bryzgalov, Joao Carlos
Doubtful are Andriy Dykan, Aiden McGeady, Denis Glushakov
St Gallen out: Sven Lehmann, Ilija Ivic, Muhamed Demiri, Kristian Nushi. Doubtful is Dzengis Cavusevic
FC Nordsjaelland – Elfsborg
Nordsjaelland out: Joe Sise, Oguzhan Aynaoglu, Soren Christensen, Kasper Lorentzen, Uffe Bech, Oliver Thychosen, Andreas Laudrup
Elfsborg out: Simon Hedlund
Besiktas – Tromsø -1,25 Besiktas @ 1,8
Besiktas without Gunay Guvenc, Ismail Koybasi, Mehmet Akgun, Ugur Boral, Filip Holosko. Doubtful are Omer Sismanoglu, Tolga Zengin and Manuel Fernandes
Tromso won at home on their artificial turf. Away they are much weaker. Nystrom is fit so no missing worries
Nice – Apollon Limassol
Nice out: Christian Bruls, Nemanja Pejcinovic, Xavier Pentecote, Neal Maupay, Fabien Dao Castellan, Mahamane Traore, Luigi Bruins
Apollon: Jose Manuel Catala, Bojan Markoski, Abraham Guie Guie
Slask Wroclaw – Sevilla
Slask has tree most important players under suspension: Dudu, Dalibor Stevanovic, Marco Paixao
Sevilla without Cicinho, Jose Antonio Reyes, Geoffrey Kondogbia, Nicolas Pareja, Daniel Carrico
Feyenoord – Kuban
Feyenoord out Jean-Paul Boëtius, Joey Sleegers
Kuban suspended Aleksei Kozlov and Angel Dealbert, injured Mohamed Rabiu and Gonzalo Bueno and doubtful Vladislav Ignatyev and Arsen Khubulov
Braga – Pandurii
Braga out: Aleksandar Miljkovic, Tomas Dabo, Paulo Vinicius, Vincent Sasso, Elderson Echiejile, Custodio, Helder Barbosa
Pandurii out Cornel Predescu and David Lazar. Doubtful is Valentin Lemnaru
Petrolul – Swansea
Petrolul will be without key striler Grozav which scored 6 goals in 5 European caps this season (leading scorer). Also out Laurentiu Marinescu and Manasse Enza Yamissi
Swansea without Neil Taylor, Nathan Dyer, Wilfried Bony, Ashley Williams, Jonjo Shelvey
Tottenham – FC Basel
Tottenham out: Walker, Sandro, Tom Carrol, Defoe, Kaboul. Hugo Lloris is doubtful
Basel out: Philipp Degen, Jevtic, Badilla, Marcelo Diaz, Joo Ho Park. David Degen is doubtful
Fenerbahce – Lazio
Fener out: orhan Sam, Milos Krasic, Emre and Ozturk
Lazio out: Foggia, Diakite, Brocchi, Mauro Zarate, Luis Pedro Cavanda, Konko, Floccari, Andre Dias, Bruno Pereirinha, Saha, Stankevicius, Strakosha
Benfica – Newcastle
Benfica out: Sarvio and Alan Kardec. Nemanja Matic doubtful
Newcastle out: Ryan Taylor, Haris Vuckic, Fabricio Coloccini, Hatem Ben Arfa, Mathieu Debuchy, Yoan Gouffran, Haidara, Cheik Tiote. Doubtful is David Santon
Chelsea – Rubin Kazan
Chelsea out: Romeu, Cahill, Ashley Cole and Demba Ba
Kazan out: M’Vila
suspensions in Danmark, Nordic Bet Ligaen
Klaus Lykke (AB)
Kenneth Bjergsted (Bronshoj)
Mark Leth Pedersen (Bronshoj)
Christian Ege Nielsen (Fredericia)
Soren Pallesen (Fredericia)
Niclas Hojlund (Lyngby)
Christian Sivebæk (Vejle)
France go into this crunch tie looking to open up a five-point gap at the Group I summit, which would see them all but secure the first place in the standings.
Spain, on the other hand, hope to make amends for the 1-1 draw against Finland and return to the top of the group by winning at Stade de France.
Didier Deschamps was always going to have a difficult task having taken over the reigns after yet another disappointing showing at the tournament finals.
Les Bleus, nonetheless, started the 2014 World Cup qualifiers strongly, defeating Finland and Belarus, before holding Euro 2012 champions Spain to a 1-1 draw in Madrid.
France have since recorded a comfortable win over Georgia, which saw them create a two-point advantage at the top given that Spain slipped up against Finland.
The hosts now have a great chance to make a giant step towards the tournament finals..Didier Deschamps is set to revert to 4-3-3 formation for the Spain match, which could see Olivier Giroud make way for Yohan Cabaye.
Spain remain the team to beat after winning the last three major tournaments, but La Furia Roja have experienced some unexpected problems in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers. It all started from that match against France, when Vicente del Bosque’s side largely dominated the game and looked to be cruising to victory, that is until Olivier Giroud scored a late, late goal to earn one point for les Bleus.
Same thing happened on Friday against Finland, as La Furia Roja couldn’t hold on to a one-goal lead, but it is too early to be talking about a dip in form or something like that. Spain did make some mistakes in the two matches, but that is likely to make the players even more determined to make things right in Paris. David Villa looks set to start up front as Vicente del Bosque plans some changes to the starting line-up..
Jordi Alba and David Silva miss out through injury and suspension, but Xabi Alonso, Xavi Hernandez and Pedro return to the starting line-up.