On the basis of Feyenoord being a close third in the league, and having 11 points in the hand of Utrecht - It would be natural to think Dick Advocaat’s team should be short-priced favorites for this fixture. However, things are never that straightforwards, and the fact is Feyenoord have a Europa League match in the legs, and that was Thursday night in Moscow. While the Rotterdam club did well to get a 0-0 draw in that game, a bit more efficiency from the Russian team would have killed off the Pride of the South. Playing with ten men from 48 minutes onwards would have cost the remaining players more energy, and let's also take into account Feyenoord could only draw with a lowly Waalwijk after traveling to Zagreb a few days earlier. Last but not least, the Feyenoord injury list is growing (8 missings), and suspended Kokcu won’t help the cause! Over the long term, Utrecht doesn’t have the best of records against today's opponent. With that said, it’s 1-1-1 over the last three, and on game day 3 of last season, this fixture ended in a 1-1 draw! Throw the factors together, crush the numbers, and the bet starts to become clear!
These odds would suggest Hoffenheim have been performing, no wins in the last 6 league games suggest differently. In the Europa league, things are different for the team coached by Sebastian Hoeness, because in that competition the team from Sinsheim won all 4 games and has already qualified for the next round! In Freiburg, Jan-Moritz Lichte registered his first victory as Mainz 05 manager (and the club’s first this season). Three first-half goals were enough of a lead for the visitors, who simply concentrated on containing that opponent. While stats from that match tell us Freiburg had 67% possession, that was because the Nullfunfer were happy to let them have the ball. On top of that, Mainz still led goal attempts (19-22), and Shots on goal (6-8). Prior to that, the Meenzer had forced a good draw with Schalke, and they do give the impression of improving. While the Bundesliga season isn’t what you would call a heavy schedule, playing in Europe is clearly affecting the visitors!
The worst thing in France Ligue-1 is watching the referees make a mess of it. Without mentioning names, some of them seem to be putting on a show for TV. On a positive note, in Craig Bellamy’s it’s become less boring, and drawing is down to around 23%. St Etienne has been dreadful in recent matches, and they don’t have the best record against Lille. In fact, Les Dogues won the last three meetings by a 7-1 aggregate, and that includes a 3-0 in last season's only meeting! Claude Puel’s team come into this on the back of a 4-1 defeat by Brest, that took them to 7 league defeats in succession. If Puel’s team doesn’t turn it around today, the coach could be fired. To be fair, Les Verts took Lyon, and Montpellier close, and let's not forget they won in Marseille. Traditionally speaking they are better at home, and according to this season's home (47), and away (37) there is still some advantage. The players will also know new recruits are coming, so if they want to keep their place in the team they better start performing! Wahbi Khazri and Romain Hamouma return from suspension for the hosts. In that horrible defeat at Brest, Sissoko, Douath, and Abi were taken off at half-time, the coach is clearly not happy with them and they could be left out the starting XI today! Lille at least gets back last time suspended trio Burak Yilmaz, Jose Fonte, and Reinildo, but none of them are certain to be included here. Galtier is without the injured Renato Sanches and Zeki Celik, and Jeremy Pied was forced off with a knock in Thursday nights Europa league. What will count against Lille is playing on Thursday, and they have another EL game approaching. Following previous European games they drew two and lost one. This is a good time for the hosts to take advantage!
SAINT SAM is an interesting recruit from France, and he’s with the right trainer. However, he’s short in the betting, and he’s meeting a couple of interesting opponents here. ZANAHIYR beat DARK VOYAGER on his hurdling debut by 2.5L, the same horse was 22L behind Joseph O’Brien’s DRUID’S ALTAR. The son of Mastercraftsman is clearly a progressive youngster, and receiving 4 pounds from the jolly will help his cause!
Despite being a CD winner, I can’t have penalized GASTON PHEBUS. Ditto 117 rated ULVERSTON, he needs to find something. At these weights LEGENDS RYDE would be the h’cap pick, whereas WETLANDS needs to show something more. Everything considered, I like the look of Nico De Boinville’s mount HONOR GREY, he comes from a stable that’s coming good and this fella went well at Exeter!
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Black friday weekend - one year racing tips for €1000, our lowest price ever, or you can try a month for just €100 --------- email@example.com ------ I wouldn’t want to take these odds about PRESENTANDCOUNTING. From my eyes, he looks a bit one-paced for this trip, and he might need further than this. From my reading of the form book, FOSTERED PHIL must find quite a bit. FEARLESS FRACAS is one I’m slightly wary of, but for me, EWOOD PARK is the standout. In his first hurdle, he was running well in a much better race than this before unseating his rider at the last. I would expect that level to suffice!
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Real Valladolid have just Kiko Olivas out, he’s not started this season! Levante are without 8 times played Bardhi, other than that Doukoure is sidelined! Valladolid coach, Sergio, seems to have found his optimum team. Following a poor start to the campaign, the Pucela bounced back to win their last two games. Most recently the team from Castile and Leon won in Granada (1-3). On that occasion their strikers proved super efficient in scoring 3 goals from 3 shots on target. Prior to that was a 2-1 win over Athletic Bilbao, again they converted well! With 9 different players scoring 10 goals to date, the hosts can be feeling very confident! Levante won in the 2nd round against Osasuna, it was todays visitors only win in 9 league matches. The Frogs come into this on the back of four straight draws, and that is despite having the advantage of playing part of the match against 10 players. Converting chances has clearly become an issue for Levante, and sitting so deep is hardly inspiring the players! We can only imagine the hosts carrying on winning!
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Black Friday OFFER - One year football syndicate picks for €900, or €1200 with WTA/NFL/NBA included. If you want a deal for a shorter term, get in touch ———— firstname.lastname@example.org At the halfway stage, CSKA leads the Russian Premier League by one point. In this competition, things haven’t been going the way Viktor Goncharenko would want them. Nevertheless, despite being at the bottom of the group, the Kone is still in a position to qualify. Feyenoord won the reverse match 3-1, and that the weekend they followed up with a 1-3 over Sittard. The visitors remain unbeaten (6-3-0) in the Eredivisie, and they have taken 2 more points than their opponents in the Europa League. With that said, a 1-4 defeat by Wolfsberger suggested limits, and even the 0-0 in Zagreb wasn’t anything special. Feyenoord couldn’t send out a full squad at the weekend, and they are still missing Bijlow, Bozenik, For, Haps, Sinisterra, Van Beek. Dick Advocaat is likely to rotate a few of his players, and making the journey to Moscow is never going to be easy!