FREE PREMIUM - FREE PREMIUM PICK + VERY SPECIAL ‘’ONE OFF DEAL’’ ——— Join PREMIUM FOOTBALL/TENNIS to end of May for just €180, that’s six weeks for the price of two!------------ Andrew Robertson is available for the Reds after serving a one match suspension against Porto. With the Scot coming back in at left back, James Milner is likely to be switched to his more normal midfield role. Coach Jyrgen Klopp will have to decide whether he’s going to keep Naby Keita and Jordan Henderson in the starting line-up. Adam Lallana should return to the bench after missing the last two games with a muscle injury. Chelsea will recall Eden Hazard, and Callum Hudson-Odoi should be at least given a place on the bench. Emerson Palmieri is the only doubt for the visitors! Chelsea haven’t lost at Anfield in their last six visits, and they are on a roll themselves. The coach was able to save the likes of Hazard for this match, rather than play them from the beginning of the Midweek Europa league match against Sparta Prague (0-1). Things appear to be coming together again for Mauricio Sarri, and the coach will have a best XI for today. The pressure is on Liverpool, and we can imagine this being a banana skin for Juergen Klopp’s side!
At first sighting these odds look quite short for Ilves. While the hosts won their opening match and have home advantage, these clubs where separated by just one place last season. Furthermore, the IPA took just three points more on the road than VPS did on the road, and the fixture in this stadium was drawn! However, we have to point out Ilves have put a lot more effort in getting the right players for the season ahead, and in a recent cup match they where thrashed by todays host (3-0). We are expecting more from Jarkko Wiss’s side this season, and based on last weeks effort they look a good thing here. The biggest question you have to ask yourself is whether you are willing to take odds of 1.66!
FREE PICK (bought in for site followers)——— For us it would be hilarious to see Fenerbahce relegated, but it’s not going to happen. Talk about a club with ‘’all the gear and no idea’’, and it’s got to be the Yellow Canaries. As it stands, one of the most successful clubs in Turkish history is just 13th in the league, and with seven games remaining they have a five point cushion over the relegation zone. With that said, the hosts are much better when playing at home, and the fact is they lost just two games at the Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium this season. Despite Fenerbahce being deeperate on the road, they did at least hold Galatasaray (2-2) in the reverse fixture. The Lions are fighting for a different cause, namely the Turkish Championship and Champions league football for next season. The visitors have six points to find on Basaksehir, but they do have a game in hand and a home game against that team. Suffice to say, Galatasaray have destiny in their own hands! Fenerbahce are without suspended Mehmet Ekici, while Hasan Kaldirim is doubtful. The visitors are without suspended pair Marcao Teixeira and Christian Luyindama, they played 17 matches between them this season. Doubts remain over the participation of Mitroglou and Nagatomo, but Badou Ndiaye returns! We are going to take a chance with the across town visitor, although we prefer the draw no bet option!
FREE TENNIS PREMIUM PICK ——— The bookmakers are agains under-estimating the chance of Astra Sharma. The 23 year old Australian has cruised through her last three matches in straight sets, and to do that she’s defied the bookmaker odds. Like we anticipated, Sharma didn’t have an issue in beating Lara Arruabarrena. Ws saw her serve was particularly affective, because serving 10 aces on clay takes some doing. Nevertheless, her all-round game is solid, and for us the biggest question for us is how will Sharma handle the pressure of playing in a final. Amanda Anismova agains needed three sets to get past Beatriz Haddad Maia. From what we witnessed she overcame nerves better than her opponent, and we believe if the match took place in the first round the result would have been different! With the bookies h’cap start, Sharma is the suggestion!
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THE BIG ONE ————No love lost between these two Sevilla teams, and if Betis can put a dent on the hosts champions league place claims they will. This fixture is one of the fiercest in any European league, and home advantage is that of a derby (minimal). With four wins from their last five league games, Sevilla worked their way back up to fifth in the table. At one stage of the campaign the hosts looked competitive for the first three places, and they where also fancied for a repeat win of the Europa league. However, despite being big odds Slavia Prague sent them packing out of that competition, and then followed a drop in form. Betis won the reverse fixture (1-0), and they also claimed victory in this match (3-5) last season. While the players of Quique Setien have shown indifferent form, the fact is they are just 6 points behind their illustrious neighbour. Suffice to say they still have ambitions of making Europe, and on that score last weeks 2-1 win against Villarreal would have helped. Neither manager can complain about missing players, so this game should be played on merit. Like we have often seen this season, Betis love to play all matches on the front foot. Doing such has enabled them to beat Atletico Madrid (1-0) and in Barcelona (3-4), so why can’t the Béticos be spoilers again!!
FREE PREMIUM BETTING TIP for site visitors—— With seven matches remaining, Juventus are 20 points clear in Serie A. Suffice to say the Scudetto is in the bag, and now the main ambition is Champions league. On wednesday night the Old Lady went to Ajax and came back with a 1-1 draw. However, it’s only fair to point out that for large parts of that match the Italian Champions where outplayed, and if their Dutch opponent had converted better the result would have been different! The situation is Juventus have received a warning, and they will know Ajax turned the tie in Real Madrid. With that in mind, it would be foolish of coach Allegri to risk his best players for a match they don’t need to win. Spal are fighting for league survival, and to be fair they are making a decent fist of it. In fact, the players of Leonardo Semplici won three from their last four matches, and two of them where in this stadium against Lazio (1-0) and AS Roma (2-1). From our experience Italian teams are pragmatic, and they don’t make a big effort when it’s not needed. And, while the same argument applied last week against AC Milan (2-1), the situation has changed since then. Furthermore, should they really have beaten AC?, we say no!
We have eleven Football syndicate bets today, and has per tradition we are giving site visitors a couple for free. This is the first of them, but for professional football gamblers you can join for the best service! firstname.lastname@example.org - If Cardiff are relegated it won’t be for lack of effort. We could even say Neil Warnock’s side have been a little unlucky of late, and that was especially the case in a recent match against Chelsea. Afterall, the equalising goal was clearly offside, and the winner came during injury time. Even the last round defeat in Manchester City (2-0) was a very brave effort, so maybe their luck will turn today? Burnley won back to back against Bournemouth (1-3) and Wolves (2-0), and those six points have taken them clear of the relegation zone. Sean Dyche’s side clearly need a few more points to confirm league status, and stopping the Bluebirds would be a big step towards that ambition! Cardiff have a couple of tough fixtures against Liverpool and Manchester United in their remaining 5 games. On the other hand they also have Brighton, Crystal Palace and Fulham. All of those would be winnable games, but first they need three points here. Go with the visitors, they are a lot more resilient than the odds suggest!