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|08/OCTOBER/2018||Karvina U21 - Jihlava U21||X||4.20||0-0||WON|
|08/OCTOBER/2018||JEF United W - Inac Kobe Leonesa W||X||4.00||1-1||WON|
|08/OCTOBER/2018||Can Tho - Nam Dinh||X||3.30||1-1||WON|
|08/OCTOBER/2018||Plzen U21 - Teplice U21||2||4.50||0-1||WON|
|TOTAL ODD 249.48|
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Match fixing generally refers to fixing the final result of the game. Another form of match fixing, known as spot fixing, involves fixing small events within a match which can be gambled upon, but which are unlikely to prove decisive in determining the final result of the game. Other names for match fixing include game fixing, race fixing, sports fixing, or hippodroming. Games that are deliberately lost are sometimes called thrown games. When a team intentionally loses a game, or does not score as high as it can, to obtain a perceived future competitive advantage, the team is often said to have tanked the game instead of having thrown it. In pool hustling, tanking is known as dumping. In sports where a handicap system exists and is capable of being abused, tanking is known as sandbagging.
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This Tuesday’s match comes from League D, Group 4 of the UEFA Nations League. Macedonia and Armenia were the two teams that were expected to compete for top spot but only the side from the Balkans has really delivered the goods. Macedonia have a 100% record heading into this one and would even seal top spot in this group on Tuesday night if they win and the game in Gibraltar ends level.
They look like they could be one of the main beneficiaries of this new format which will see at least one team from League D qualify for Euro 2020. Having never previously reached a major tournament, that would be a fantastic achievement and they really have made some big strides forward over the past 18 months or so. Their three wins so far in this competition are really the result of some hard work which commenced at the end of 2018 World Cup qualifying when they surprisingly got a draw in Italy.
Armenia meanwhile appear to be heading in the other direction. Despite possessing a player of the quality of Henrikh Mkhitaryan, they simply haven’t convinced in the UEFA Nations League at all. A narrow win over Liechtenstein on match-day one has been followed up with a defeat to Macedonia in the reverse fixture, before an embarrassing 1-0 home loss to Gibraltar last week. Losing to a side that had never previously won an official international match was a new low and coach Armen Gyulbudaghyants is already under pressure, despite having only taken the job earlier this month.
The bookies are struggling to call this one but overall you have to fancy the visitors here. Armenia’s morale will be low after that humiliating defeat and they’ve only won 1 of their last 8 competitive internationals. Even the friendlies haven’t been any better, with just 1 goal scored in four home games against fairly modest opponents earlier in the year.
Macedonia by contrast have suffered just 1 defeat in their last 14 international matches now. That defeat was only a narrow 2-1 loss to Spain and they’ve got results against the likes of Turkey, Norway and Italy over that period. You have to go back to 2016 for their last away defeat, also against La Roja, so they should take a great deal of belief into this match and this already feels like this could be the best period in the history of the Macedonian national side.
Estonia had their hearts broken on Friday in their Nations League match at home to Finland. An injury-time winner from Teemu Pukki meant that Finland took home all three points, after a dogged display from Estonia. They had battled well and matched Finland throughout the match but were cruelly denied their first Nations League point.
Indeed, Estonia had lost their first Nations League match in similar fashion, falling 1-0 at home to Greece. They competed well with the opposition but lacked that extra bit of quality to take the lead or control the game. They then lost 1-0 to Finland, for the first time, away from home and down to yet another Teemu Pukki goal.
It appears that, despite battling well and having influence within these matches, they will be relegated from the group come the end of these fixtures. They don’t have that attacking prowess necessary to properly compete and it has cost them dearly.
Hungary have not fared much better than Estonia under new manager Marco Rossi, although they have at least won a match, beating Greece 2-1 at home. However, even that match Hungary were pegged back for most of the game but took their chances effectively with two first-half goals from Ronald Sallai and Laszlo Kleinheisler.
Either side of this game, Hungary fell to 1-0 defeats against Greece and Finland away from home. Hungary played well in the match against Finland and had the majority of chances but fell to in-form striker Teemu Pukki, who seems to be ruling the proceedings in this Nations League group. On Friday, they lost to Greece, a match in which they competed well in once more but came up just short as Kostas Mitroglou hit a second-half winner.
Although these losses will have dented Hungary’s confidence, they will fancy their chances for this match, as will Estonia in their quest to either score a goal or get a point. We think both teams to score holds value for this game as, although it could still be a low-scoring affair, the teams will really go for it to improve their standings in the group. A 1-1 draw seems appropriate as well, as these teams have been playing better than results suggest and will be content to add to their points tally, Estonia more than Hungary though.
Russia narrowly lead Turkey in their Nations League group at the half-way stage. All three teams have played three games, with Russia the only one yet to lose. The World Cup hosts have build on their summer success and are now chasing promotion to the top flight of European nations. However, they missed a huge opportunity when they drew 0-0 with Sweden in midweek. Can they kick on after that setback and claim three points in their final home game of the campaign?
A home double header in October looked like a huge chance for the Russians to kick on and establish themselves top of the pile. They made the perfect start, following up their World Cup heroics with a 2-1 win away to Turkey. The hosts have looked to boost their profile in the light of their run to the last eight in the summer, and they’ve claimed two wins and a draw since their exit to Croatia back in July. However, will that form take them to a victory on Sunday?
The visitors missed out on a trip to Russia in the summer, but they aren’t unfamiliar with this weekend’s opponents. This is the third meeting between the pair in 2018, after they drew in a pre-World Cup friendly. Back then, Russia looked like doomed hosts of the World Cup, but they managed to kick on during the summer, and they followed that up with a win in their rematch. Meanwhile, Turkey managed to get back on track with a win over Sweden in the Nations League, but claiming a victory in this trip is going to be difficult.
Turkey head to Sochi having failed to win any of their last five meetings with Russia. On top of that, the hosts have won three of those five encounters, and they are chasing a fourth victory this weekend. Their impressive form in September shows their potential, as they followed up a victory in Turkey by hammering the Czech Republic 5-1 at home.
The hosts have taken their matches on the road this autumn, as they look to build on the momentum that the World Cup brought. They should get a strong reception in Sochi, and we expect the hosts to have enough to claim a huge three points here. A win would be almost enough to confirm their promotion to the top flight, and secure a Euro 2020 play-off spot. We see the hosts doing that, and we think they’re well priced to beat a Turkey side who failed to win four of their five trips in World Cup qualifying.
Nations League action from the Daugavas Stadionā as hosts Latvia take on Kazakhstan in Group D. Both sides have kicked off their Nations League campaigns with one draw and one loss each and already sit 5 points off Georgia in the promotion spot.
Latvia are rather poor all round but their home form against the lesser nations isn’t too bad. They have beaten Andorra and Estonia in competitive fixtures in the last year but also drew to Andorra in their opening home game of the Nations League. They have also beaten sides like Luxembourg, Lithuania, Armenia and Lithuania in the last few years, so have shown they can beat the weaker nations on home soil.
Kazakhstan are really poor on the road, they haven’t won an away competitive game since 2015 and have lost 5 of the last 6, with the draw coming in their opening Nations League game at Andorra. Their defence isn’t great, conceding in their last 10 consecutive away games.
The two teams met in Euro 2016 Qualifying where they drew 0-0 in Kazakhstan, with the return leg in Latvia ending 1-0 to Kazakhstan showing that both sides are very equal in ability and that this will be a close game.
Latvia aren’t the greatest of scorers, even at home. The Latvians have found the net in just 4 of their last 9 home games, failing to score against sides like Faroe Islands and Andorra. Kazakhstan aren’t too bad at scoring away from home, they have netted in 6 of their last 8 away games, however their problem is the amount they concede.
Both sides lack quality, the last 3 meetings between the sides have yielded just 1 goal in total, with two 0-0 draws and a 1-0 Kazakhstan win. We think this game will go down the same route and backing under 1.5 goals looks the best bet here. Kazakhstan are definitely a better side than Latvia and we think they will just nick the game, so we shall be backing them to win 1-0 on the Correct Score market.
Both of these sides are trailing behind Bosnia and Herzegovina in their UEFA Nations League group, but can they close the gap this week? Bosnia sit out for the first time on Friday night, as Austria host Northern Ireland. The pair each lost their opening game to Bosnia, which leaves them top of the group on six points. Both of these sides are aiming for a play-off place for Euro 2020, and they need to turn things around with a victory on Friday to have any chance of finishing first.
Austria have to be disappointed with their last result last month, after their excellent form disappeared in their defeat in Bosnia. They had won eight of their last nine before that clash with Bosnia, so losing out there was a huge setback. After missing the World Cup in the summer, Austria will be looking to return to the Euros. They went on a slump during Euro 2016, exiting that tournament early. That form carried in to their last qualifying campaign, but they turned things around to go on that excellent run.
Northern Ireland were unlucky to lose their opener to Bosnia, after impressing at Windsor Park. The Ulstermen followed that loss with a 3-0 win over Israel at home, which was a great way to bounce back. However, they face a difficult test over the next few days, with visits to Vienna and Sarajevo coming up. Those two trips will define their Nations League campaign, as another two defeats will push Michael O’Neill’s side onto the verge of relegation.
That makes this a huge clash for both sides, as they go chasing another European Championship appearance. Austria will be hoping their form returns for this clash, while Northern Ireland will be looking to make things difficult. However, the visitors showed their attacking threat in their hammering of Israel. They managed to get on the score-sheet against Bosnia, and they should continue that form against an Austria side who have one clean sheet in their last four.
The last four meetings between these two teams have seen both teams score in all but one encounter. We see that continuing, with Austria scoring in nine of their last 10 home matches. Meanwhile, this is an all or nothing clash for the Northern Irish, and they have called up plenty of attack-minded players as they chase a goal in Vienna. That has us backing both teams to score, while we can see these two sharing a 1-1 draw.
Lithuania are the type of team who should be savouring the opportunity of the Nations League and the potential reward, but they have failed to capitalise on this so far and could be subject to another defeat here.
Lithuania have only won one game this year, a friendly victory over the 100th best team in the world Armenia in March, in what has been a horrid run for them. 15 goals conceded in their eight games this year have really shown the frailty of this squad, filled with players who fail to match the quality of Lithuania’s stars like Dinamo Moscow’s Fedor Chernykh and Tobol Kostanay’s Arturas Zulpa. These players have been the stalwarts of the squad for five years, and they far outshine the rest of the team.
Lithuania have lost both of their Nations League games so far without even scoring a goal, in fact they haven’t bagged one in any of their last four matches. They bowed out to an electric Montenegro (0-2) side last time out but they will be kicking themselves for their loss to Serbia (0-1). It was a very tight match against such a good side and the Lithuanians really stood their ground for a lot of it, so for them to concede off of a penalty was extremely disheartening.
These performances haven’t been absolute trouncings though and with this match being played at home against Romania who, despite their lofty world ranking at 27th, have drawn both of their games so far, the Lithuanians should be trying to get their first points of the campaign in this match above all others. Unfortunately for Lithuania, the Romanians have such a dominant record over them, with them running out winners in 10 of their 11 clashes.
Lithuania will have to rely on Chernykh for the goals and will hope that the likes of Linas Klimavicius, who is in great from at the moment with Zalgiris Vilnius, and Egidijus Vaitkunas can bring some experience and calm at the back against this dangerous Romania side.
Romania are still to get going in the Nations League but have had some tough fixtures against Serbia (36th in world) and Montenegro (41st) already. With Romania being the highest ranked in the group, they would have obviously preferred wins in these matches but will still be content with their results in what will be one of the tightest groups in the competition.
Romania managed 16 shots compared to just 6 from Montenegro when the teams met in Ploiesti. The games finished 0-0 but the Tricolours should have really put the pressure on when Montenegro’s Stefan Mugosa was sent off with 13 minutes to go. This was a match that only garnered 3 shots on target from both teams though and was a very drab affair. Romania’s next match really brought the heat though as they drew 2-2 with Serbia. It was an end-to-end match with 10 shots on target and either team really could have won it, despite a tense but goalless last 25 minutes.
George Tucudean got his first goal for the national team in this game and has been in great from this season with eight goals in 10 games, he will surely feature in this game and could play alongside Denis Dragus again, the 19-year-old already has eight goals for his club Viitorul and is seen as Romania’s next attacking talent.
Romania haven’t lost any of their matches in 2018 and have only seen defeat in one of their last nine games, against the Netherlands last November. They are in a great run of form and have scored 12 in their last eight games and should really be looking to turn on the style against this weak Lithuania side.
Lithuania haven’t scored in any of their last four matches, while Romania have scored seven in that time. The Romanians have also won 10 of the last 11 clashes between these two but they are usually tight affairs, with the goal margin only being more than one goal once in their last four wins. Because of this, we’re going to back a 2-0 victory for Romania as we really don’t see Lithuania getting a goal against the Tricolours.
Wednesday’s Brazilian Serie A action sees local rivals Botafogo and Vasco da Gama doing battle. The hosts arrive as big favourites and will be looking to claim all 3 points in front of the home crowd.
After being knocked out of the Copa Sudamericana by Bahia on penalties in midweek, despite winning the second leg 2-1, hosts Botafogo now only have the league to focus on and just 3 points above the relegation zone, they need to finish fairly strongly in order to stay clear of danger.
Having taken 7 points from the last 3 matches, Fogo’ are in pretty strong league form and will still arrive confident for the clash despite their midweek disappointment, given how powerful they are at the Estadio Nilton Santos. Overall, the hosts have lost just 1 of their last 16 home games and having won 8 of said outings, those that take to the pitch will be confident in securing victory.
Meanwhile, visitors Vasco find themselves in an even more precarious position, currently stationed in the last of the relegation spots. Nonetheless, all hope is not lost for the visitors given the tight nature of the league and if they could manage to win on Wednesday, they’d leapfrog a number of teams and pull level on points with Botafogo themselves.
That being said, that doesn’t look at all likely given how wretched Almirante are on their travels. Whilst quite a powerful home side, Vasco are really struggling to show any kind of resolve on their travels. All in all, the visitors have not won any of their last 13 games on enemy territory and having lost 8 of said fixtures, their prospects certainly look bleak coming into this one.
Ultimately, this is a match with quite a lot at stake, but one in which we expect Botafogo to run out winners in. Always a heated clash given the rivalry between the two, this particular meeting has even more riding on it, taking into account the relegation threat lingering over both clubs, but there’s no doubting the hosts look the better placed to triumph.
Botafogo have already won 3 of the 5 meetings between the two this year, and also won this fixture 3-1 last season. Strong as hosts and having won 3 of their last 5 home games, they should have too much for a Vasco outfit that simply cannot buy a result on their travels and we are more than happy to back a home win alongside it being by a 1-0 margin after considering all factors.
This Tuesday’s clash in the Swedish Superettan features two sides in the top half but ones with no real chance of clinching promotion. Orgryte and Degerfors have identical records of 37 points from 25 games, which certainly suggests there is little to choose between the sides. With just five matches of the season remaining, both teams could be forgiven for winding down a little now with not much to play for.
Orgryte looked like strong promotion contenders earlier in the campaign when they made a very bright start. However a dreadful 11 game winless streak through the summer put paid to their chances and saw them tumble down the table before a much improved sequence of 10 points from 5 games heading into this has steadied the ship and helped them consolidate a top six position.
However both sides are now 11 points off the play-off place, which is a deficit which is essentially impossible to make up this late in the season. Degerfors have at least managed to be a bit more consistent throughout the season but they’ve never quite managed to put a real winning streak together to propel themselves into serious promotion contention. They’ve only lost 1 of their last 5 matches coming into this but that was a poor 1-0 home defeat to lowly Varberg last time out.
There isn’t much riding on this one but it does have the potential to be pretty open and the stats suggest we could well see a few goals. 64% of Orgryte league games this term have seen both teams score. They’ve netted in a huge 88% of their fixtures and 92% of their home games, so a goal for the hosts looks highly likely here. However they have only managed 2 clean sheets in 9 matches heading into this.
Degerfors have tended to be involved in even higher scoring fixtures. 76% of their league games this term have seen both teams score. 10 of their last 11 matches have done likewise and you have to go way back to May for their last clean sheet. Defensive weaknesses have clearly been a big factor in their inability to mount a serious promotion challenge and there have been no real signs that they’ve found a solution to these problems.
Overall, both these teams seem more comfortable attacking and are finding clean sheets hard to come by. Going for Both Teams to Score therefore looks like the smart bet here.
Glentoran moved onto fifteen points for the season last weekend after drawing 1-1 at Warrenpoint Town, but on Monday night face an even trickier task in their own backyard against second placed Linfield. The visitors beat Ballymena United last weekend, but remain a point behind the league leaders Glenavon who also picked up three points.
A fifteenth minute strike from Herron saw Glentoran take the lead at bottom of the table Warrenpoint Town, and that goal proved enough to separate the two sides during the half time break. Things went from bad to worse for the hosts when defender Wallace was shown his second yellow card of the match in the fifty-second minute and Warrenpoint Twon were reduced to ten-men.
From that point on Glentoran would have expected to go on and win the game, but that didn’t turn out to be the case. Second half substitute O’Connor levelled the scores in the seventy-ninth minute and the visitors were unable to regain their lead and had to settle for a share of the spoils.
Allen top scores for the hosts in the league this season with four goals, while teammates McDaid and McGuigan have both chipped in with two goals apiece. Glentoran are in the midst of a very good unbeaten run in all competitions that will reach double figures on Monday night, if they can avoid defeat against Linfield.
Speaking of unbeaten runs, Linfield are yet to lose in any competition this season and are currently on a run of eleven games without defeat. Cooper has scored five goals in the Northern Irish Premiership this season, which is equal to his best ever total in a single season. O’Connor and Waterworth have chipped in with three goals each and provide other options in the final third when Cooper isn’t available.
Thankfully for Linfield fans Cooper was on target last weekend, but it was Friel’s twelfth minute strike for Ballymena United that opened the scoring. the equalising goal for hosts Linfield arrived in the thirtieth minute through O’Connor, and ensured the teams went in level at the interval.
Top scorer Cooper grabbed the headlines once again when he netted his fifth goal of the campaign shortly before the hour mark, and that strike proved enough to win the game for Linfield and it kept the pressure on the table toppers Glenavon.
We’re confident that Monday nights game will see both teams score and over 2.5 goals produced, and have backed Linfield to claim all three points via a 2-1 win. Six of the last eight meetings between the two clubs have seen both teams score. Four of the last eight meetings between the two clubs have produced over 2.5 goals. Both teams have scored in all of Glentoran’s last six matches. Four of Linfield’s last five matches have produced over 2.5 goals, and with all of the above in mind we’re are expecting goals at both ends of the pitch and a Linfield victory.
It’s looking like it could be a roller-coaster of a season for Southampton at the moment. They started in very poor shape as they failed to win their opening three games, and while avoiding defeat for three consecutive games did bolster their confidence somewhat, they have since slipped back into poor form.
Admittedly, the game that ended this mini unbeaten run was an expected defeat to Liverpool, but they followed that last weekend with a drab showing away to Wolves to leave them just three points above the relegation zone. To make matters worse, they have only had to face one of the Premier League’s big six so far, and have matches against Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Spurs, and Arsenal to come before Christmas.
The Saints will have received a small morale boost from their penalty win over Everton in the Carabao Cup in midweek, and Mark Hughes will be pleased that he was been able to rest a number of his first team players. However, there won’t be many fans travelling to St Mary’s expecting a result on Sunday.
Chelsea come into this game knowing that they have the chance to drive a wedge between the two clubs above them this weekend. Liverpool host Manchester City a couple of hours after this game, and with just two points between Chelsea and those two front-runners, they know that a win by two or more goals would be enough to send them into 2nd place at least.
Manchester City’s goal difference makes the top spot unattainable even in the event of a draw, but to go into the second international break level on points with Manchester City and Liverpool would be an huge achievement. In all honesty, it would be surprising if they didn’t strengthen their position on Sunday.
The Blues had a tough fight on Thursday as they narrowly beat MOL Vidi 1-0 at Stamford Bridge, but they remain unbeaten since the beginning of the Premier League this term. They have won five of their seven league outings, and were perhaps a bit unfortunate to drop points last weekend against Liverpool.
With Southampton losing four of their seven league games this season and conceding an average of 1.57 goals per game, it’s hard to see Chelsea dropping points here. Even more so when you consider they have won their last six matches against Southampton, including three on the bounce at St Mary’s.
We’re expecting a high scoring game too. Four of both teams’ seven league games this season have seen at least three goals, so we’re backing a Chelsea Win and Over 2.5 Goals along with a 2-1 correct score predictions here.
Chelsea’s star player is, without a doubt, the Belgian maestro Eden Hazard. He has started just five Premier League games this season, coming off the bench in the other two, but has already amassed six goals in the competition. This includes a stunning hat-trick against Cardiff a few weeks ago, and he has netted in four of their last five games in the league. We’re backing him to get on the score-sheet again here for our anytime goalscorer predictions.
Burnley were suffering from a clear case of a bad European hangover earlier this season, where the strains of constant Europa League qualifiers being followed by the beginning of a Premier League season seemed to weigh far too heavily on their shoulders. However, since their elimination at the hands of Olympiakos they are slowly returning to the form that took them up to 7th in the Premier League last term.
Last weekend saw them pick up their second win of the season, a 2-1 victory over Cardiff away from home. They had been dumped out of the Carabao Cup a few days before, but with their focus trained solely on a Premier League recovery they won’t be overly bothered by that.
The Clarets win over Cardiff followed on from their shock 4-0 thrashing of Bournemouth, and they now find themselves steadily rising up the Premier League table. Their seven points leave them 12th at the moment, just six adrift of their finishing position last season and already five clear of the relegation zone.
Sean Dyche will be fully expecting his team to add another three points to their tally this weekend, because they’re coming up against a Huddersfield side who remain without a win after seven Premier League games. The Terriers’ 2-0 loss to Stoke in the Carabao Cup actually means they haven’t won a competitive game since April, so things are looking very worrying for the John Smiths Stadium faithful.
Huddersfield lost 2-0 at home to Tottenham last weekend, making it five defeats and two draws from their seven games so far. They sit rock bottom of the table, having scored fewer goals than any other side and harbouring the joint worst defensive record on top of that.
Away from home, The Terriers have won just three games since they returned to the top flight last year. 13 defeats have flown their way since then, and they’re facing a Burnley side who are making up for lost time at the moment. Given Burnley’s recent performances against Bournemouth and Cardiff, we’re fully expecting The Clarets to win here. We’re backing that along with a 2-0 correct score predictions.
home team wins = 1
draw = X
away team wins = 2
home team wins OR draw = 1X
away team wins OR draw = X2
home team OR away team win = 12
HALFTIME home team wins - FULLTIME home team wins = 1/1
HALFTIME draw - FULLTIME home team wins = X/1
HALFTIME home team wins - FULLTIME away team wins = 1/2
HALFTIME home team wins - FULLTIME draw = 1/X
HALFTIME draw - FULLTIME draw = X/X
HALFTIME away team wins - FULLTIME draw = 2/X
HALFTIME away team wins - FULLTIME home team wins = 2/1
HALFTIME draw - FULLTIME away team wins = X/2
HALFTIME away team wins - FULLTIME away team wins = 2/2
under 2,5 goals = 0-2
over 2,5 goals = 3+
over 3,5 goals = 4+
over 4,5 goals = 5+
over 5,5 goals = 6+
over 6,5 golas = 7+
Both teams to score
both teams to score YES = GG
both teams to score NO = NG
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