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Prem Preview – 27/10/2017

4 to Watch Liverpool vs Huddersfield Town For those who don’t get off on tales of bonhomie between two German best friends, the build-up to this one has been a little tedious. We expect the match itself to follow a similar pattern, with Klopp surely needing to add some solidity at the back, following the caning he (and his team) have taken in recent days. 1-0 Liverpool is a pretty generous 15/2 at Ladbrokes, so get right on it. Watford vs Stoke City Mark Hughes seems a little bored at Stoke (and they with him), his efforts at keeping them in the top half of the league not yet rewarded with a bumper job as he first envisaged. Once touted... Continue reading...

This entry was posted on Friday, October 27th, 2017
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FA Cup 4th Round – 2017

4 to Watch Derby County vs Leicester City Secret hunches abound at Oggs Towers about Leicester and this competition. air jordan kids nike air max 2016 heren blauw Having clearly given up on the Premier League this season, surely the spirit of last season could come back in the handful of matches required to stage a defiant cup run. nike air max command They could start here, in a midlands derby on a Friday night. ugg australia Nike Nettbutikk Back them to win the match with Ladbrokes at 6/4. Nike Air Max bw Baskets Liverpool vs Wolverhampton Wanderers Ah now you’re talking. uggs buy uk soldes nike 2017 Two traditional FA Cup behemoths at Anfield in a match Jurgen Klopp... Continue reading...

This entry was posted on Friday, October 27th, 2017
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Womens Euro 2017

4 to Watch (Part 2) Group B: Germany, Sweden, Italy, Russia Six titles in a row for Germany – turning this competition into the international equivalent of the SPL. ugg mens outlet Anja Mittag, Mandy Islacker, Marozsán, Leonie Maier, Isabel Kerschowski, Almuth Schult – need we go on. cheap uggs for adults They are almost certain to win it again. air jordan future achat Sweden boss Pia Sundhage will always have a strong affinity for this tournament, having tucked away the winning penalty in the very first final, back in 1984. nike pas cher The runners-up to Germany in the Rio Olympics will be hoping to at least reach the final once more. The incredible strength of this group means... Continue reading...

This entry was posted on Thursday, October 19th, 2017
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Chelsea vs Arsenal

“Bouldy, where’s that bus we once went on?” A fixture that has swayed and swung with the changing of the London guard. ray ban soleil pas cher The late 90s and early 00s tended to see Arsenal victorious at the Bridge, lunette ray ban prix tunisie often scoring extraordinary goals in the process (take a bow Messrs Kanu, Silvinho and Nigel Winterburn.) Yet as the first Mourinho titles were being wrapped up, air jordan uk Chelsea became a tougher task, their physicality and in particular the work of Didier Drogba and Diego Costa, serving to undo Arsenal time and time again (with one rather bizarre RVP 5-3 interlude). nike air huarache pas cher If Stoke was Wenger’s Agincourt, Chelsea was... Continue reading...

This entry was posted on Sunday, October 15th, 2017
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Premiership Preview – 8 September 2017

4 to Watch Brighton & Hove Albion vs West Bromwich Albion: One of the longest fixtures in Premier League history, and safe to say when people were wishing away the likes of France vs Holland & Italy vs Spain from their international breaks, it wasn’t this fixture they had in mind. Whilst West Brom’s style will be more familiar to Brighton from the Championship than Manchester City’s was on the opening day, we suspect scoring against the Baggies will prove even harder than against City (who in any event won to nil.) West Brom are 7/2 to win to nil at Ladbrokes, and that is our bet of the weekend. Adidas ZX Leicester City vs Chelsea: Some bigwig at Sky... Continue reading...

This entry was posted on Sunday, October 8th, 2017
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Summer Transfer Window 2017

4 to Watch Alexis Sanchez Speak to Gooners of all hues, and they will be adamant that Alexis Sanchez may leave Arsenal, but that they would never sell to rivals Manchester City. asics red Of course, the same thing was said about Samir Nasri, Bacary Sagna and Emmanuel Adebayor, and that funny old chap Arsene Wenger even sold Robin van Persie to Manchester United. oakley batwolf icons blue Another funny creature Mr Pep, seemingly needs another creative midfielder like Bernard Tomic needs to relax more on court. ray ban aviator price Even more reason why it will probably happen. Nike Air Max 2014 Men The request for £400,000 per week in the knowledge Arsenal have one of the least flexible... Continue reading...

This entry was posted on Friday, October 6th, 2017
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World Cup Qualifying Group F

England & Scotland Malta vs England: England players in qualifying mode are always very much keen on just getting the job done and getting the hell back to their club sides’ ice baths. oakley fuel cell 2-0 home wins to Malta and Lithuania attest to that. asics pas cher Away it has been even worse. adidas UK A 95th minute winner in Slovakia under Sam Allardyce (who he) was a highlight compared to a draw in Slovenia and a late equaliser at Hampden. chaussure nike air Indeed, Gareth Southgate is yet to win away as England manager. adidas y3 Malta have lost all six matches so far including a shellacking at home to Scotland (albeit their only defeat by more... Continue reading...

This entry was posted on Sunday, October 1st, 2017
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Premiership Preview – 15 & 16 September 2017

4 to Watch Bournemouth vs Brighton & Hove Albion Ah, the joy of using the word ‘seaside’ in a football preview. It can really hide the fact you’re stuck in a sweaty office churning out clickbait transfer stories and moronic lists. It just conjures the outside world, the breeze, the waves – ah bliss to be alive. 1-1 is 5/1 with Ladbrokes, and we fancy the Cherries to finally break their points duck for the season, but Brighton to feel at home by the, erm, seaside and steal a late equaliser. Tottenham Hotspur vs Swansea City Harry Kane is some player, but even he can’t do everything on his own. Having broken 1V0-603 the Wembley hoodoo on Wednesday against Borussia... Continue reading...

This entry was posted on Thursday, September 14th, 2017
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Manchester City vs Liverpool

Over-priced Bread meet Over-hyped Butter Nothing says ‘sticking two fingers up to international week’ like shlepping back all your players on a private jet from South America, and forcing them to play in an over-hyped Premier League fixture in the early kick-off. And indeed, that is where we are, as the bread and the butter returning this weekend starts at the Etihad, although in City’s tunnel-view, super-pricey seats, there probably isn’t a Hovis roll, let alone some Tesco value butter, in sight. City haven’t really got going yet, although their ten man effort to subdue a hitherto impressive Everton was probably one of the more impressive performances from any Prem side to date. No doubt we will be told that... Continue reading...

This entry was posted on Thursday, September 7th, 2017
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Champions League 2017/18

Time for some Germans So with the draw for the group stages finally made, it is time to assess the Champions League betting. The English clubs have had mixed fortunes, with Manchester United picking up where they left off by having an incredibly easy group, and Spurs already discussing whether the Europa League will be their swiftest route back to the big time next season. Neither of those two are likely winners, in what in recent years has become a Barcelona-Real Madrid duopoly, with every final of the past nine years featuring one of those or Bayern (but never any combination of the three.) Will the holders make it three in a row. Certainly whoever stops them will need to... Continue reading...

This entry was posted on Saturday, September 2nd, 2017
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