Denmark – Bulgaria 

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 Turkey – Hungary 

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 Serbia – Scotland 

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 France – Spain 

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.

Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Lloris – Jallet, Varane, Sakho, Clichy – Cabaye, Matuidi, Pogba – Valbuena, Benzema, Ribery.

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.

Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Valdes – Arbeloa, Ramos, Pique, Monreal – Xavi, Busquets, Xabi Alonso – Pedro, Villa, Iniesta.

 Wales – Croatia 

u20/ Turkey  v   Croatia -0,5 Turkey @ 1,99

i was waiting other bookies yesterday for eventualy VIp (http://castrof.eu/vip-today/) but just bet365 put and odds drop but still more no in other bookies (while i write analise 188bet put it)..

lets see..Croatia go in turkey, in antalya play two games. this is 2nd, first one was because two days and turkey easy win 3-0 and was much better team. they have enough quality players http://pokit.org/get/?2c99bc5ff4c01fb1b936ca62c63b94b2.jpg

Turkey are preparing for U20 World Championship 2013 (they are hosts) while Crpatia coem without some players and this squad is very weak

Türkiye: Muhammed Alperen Uysal, Erhan Kartal, İlkay Durmuş, Ethem Ercan Pülgir, Ahmet Yılmaz Çalık (Dk.88 Sadık Çiftpınar), Muhammet Karpuz, Enver Cenk Şahin (Dk.81 Tayfur Bingöl), Hasan Türk (Dk.62 Okay Yokuşlu), Artun Akçakın (Dk. 62 İbrahim Yılmaz), Taşkın Çalış (Dk. 81 Cumali Bişi), Kadir Ari (Dk. 46 Kenan Karaman)

Hırvatistan: Oliver Zelenika, Toni Gorupec, Ivan Aleksic, Filip Mrzljak, Matej Mitrovic, Josip Calusic, Danijel Miskic, Ivan Mocinic, Dejan Cabraja, Ljuban Crepulja, Dolezal Jan

Turkey has very talented team, some players in big clubs collecting minutes, some standard in 2nd league clubs while4 of them in germany.. Croatian league is weak and we are without Pavičić, Čanađija, Milić, Tomaš, N. Datković…

Hrvatska i dalje deseta

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Alingsas -1ah

Quality, form and h2h (malmo won just once in 12 games) all on away side. Also Malmo will miss tree important players Geissler, Pecikoza, Lindahl.

Alingsas without Enstrom

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Europa league

Racing Genk vs FC Luzern

Genk out: Jeroen Simaeys(r)(def), Elianiv Barda(r)(mid), Ayub Masika(sp)(att), Torben Joneleit(sp)(def), David Hubert(r)(mid), Christian Benteke(r)(att), Fabien Camus(sp)(mid), Derik Tshimanga(r)(def)

Luzern out: Dejan Sorgic(att), Michel Renggli(r)(mid), Kayode Olarenwaju(att)

Videoton vs Trabzonspor

Trabzon out: Tayfun Cora(sp)(def), Marek Cech(r)(def), Baris Atas(sp)(mid), Emre Gural(sp)(att), Remzi Giray Kacar(r)(def), Gustavo Colman(r)(mid), Olcan Adin(r)(mid), Marek Sapara(r)(mid)

Internazionale vs Vaslui

Inter out: Cristian Chivu(sp)(def), Gaby Mudingayi(r)(mid), Samir Handanovic(k)(gk), Dejan Stankovic(sp)(mid), Joel Chukwuma Obi(sp)(mid), Ricardo Gabriel Álvarez(sp)(att), McDonald Mariga(sp)(mid), Alvaro Pereira(r)(def), Walter Gargano(r)(mid), Douglas Maicon(k)(def)

Vaslui out: Richard Annang(sp)(mid)

Levante vs Motherwell

Levante out: Nikolaos Karabelas(r)(def), Pedro Rios(r)(mid)

Motherwell out: Shaun Hutchinson(r)(def), Steven Saunders(sp)(def), Simon Ramsden(r)(def), Nicky Law(r)(mid), Tom Hately(r)(def)
Doubtful: Omar Daley(sp)(mid), Steven Hammell(r)(def), Michael Higdon(r)(att)

Lazio vs ND Mura

Lazio out: Ederson(r)(mid), Cristian Brocchi(r)(mid), Marius Stankevicius(sp)(def), Modibo Diakite(sp)(def), Michael Ciani(sp)(def)
Doubtful: Stefan Radu(r)(def), Lorik Cana(sp)(mid)

Mura out: Fabijan Cipot(r)(def), Dragan Jelic(r)(att)

Sporting CP vs AC Horsens

Sporting out: Oguchi Onyewu(sp)(def), Danijel Pranjic(sp)(mid), Valentin Viola(sp)(att)
Doubtful: Stijn Schaars(r)(mid)

Horsens out: Alexander Juel Andersen(r)(def), Mads Agesen(r)(def), Soren Jensen(sp)(def), Lasse Jorgensen(r)(mid), Jeppe Mehl(sp)(mid)
Doubtful: Martin Spelmann(r)(att)

world cup game fixed?

World Cup match between Nigeria and Greece ‘fixed’, says former FIFA man

A former FIFA security expert sparked new fears that match-fixing and corruption are rife in international football last night by claiming at least one World Cup match has been investigated.

In an interview with Channel 4 News, Chris Eaton, FIFA’s former head of security, also claimed a player from the Championship had reported concerns to the corruption unit.

The World Cup game under scrutiny, according to Eaton, was a Group B fixture between Nigeria and Greece at South Africa 2010.

Kicking off: Nigerian midfielder Sani Kaita (right) was sent off during the matchKicking off: Nigerian midfielder Sani Kaita (right) was sent off during the match

Nigeria midfielder Sani Kaita was sent off in the 33rd minute after kicking out at an opponent. His side were 1-0 up at the time but Greece won 2-1.

FIFA deny investigating any games from the tournament and Channel 4 News were unable to get a comment from Kaita or his agent.

UEFA are investigating evidence that suggests a Europa League match was fixed last month. They say their betting fraud monitoring system ‘detected suspicious betting patterns’ in Albanian club Tirana’s 5-0 defeat by Aalesund of Norway.

FIFA have refuted claims made by one of their former corruption experts that they are investigating match-fixing allegations at the 2010 World Cup.

Chris Eaton, a former head of security with FIFA, told Channel 4 last night the organisation were looking into a specific incident in the clash between Nigeria and Greece.

However, a FIFA spokesperson said: ‘We are not conducting any match fixing investigation for 2010 FIFA World Cup matches.

‘Ralf Mutschke is the head of FIFA’s new security division. The fight against match fixing is only one of their duties, in addition to stadium security and general event security for all FIFA events including the FIFA World Cup.

‘In relation to match fixing, investigations can be launched by the security division in case there is a suspicion a match or a competition could be fixed.

‘Any such issues are then reported to the FIFA Disciplinary Committee (in order to sanction members of the football family) as well as to the disciplinary bodies of national Football Associations and/or to law enforcement organisations.’