EFL Cup Final – Predictions

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EFL Cup Final – Predictions

Southampton Vs Manchester United

The first silverware of the Season is up for grabs when Southampton face Manchester United in The EFL Cup Final. Southampton will come into this game full of confidence following their 4-0 win at Sunderland in their last Premier League outing. Manchester United have also been impressive in EPL action in recent weeks. Jose Mourinho will be desperate to land a trophy in his first Season at Old Trafford before targeting more silverware next term. Manchester United Win Expected at Wembley Stadium – Back a Manchester United Win here.

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World Cup Qualifiers – Round 4 – Big Predictions

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World Cup Qualifiers – Round 4 – Big Predictions

England Vs Scotland

It’s the battle of Britain as England take on noisy neighbors Scotland as they look to secure the spot at the top of Group F. Despite the circumstances in which coach Sam Allardyce was forced to resign at the beginning of the qualifying campaign the Three Lions have fared well and site at the top of the standings on 7 points while Scotland are 4th in the table behind Lithuania and Slovenia. This will be a hotly fought contest however I predict a home win.

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France Vs Sweden

Probably Friday evenings most high anticipated fixture is between these two sides, jointly leading their group on 7 points. France’s last qualifying game a few weeks ago ended in an extremely positive away win over the Netherlands after Pogba’s strike was fumbled in by Dutch goalkeeper Stekelenburg. Sweden were superb as they demolished a poor Bulgaria team at the Friends Arena in Solna. I expect an exciting game but France’s class should be enough for them to win this.

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Liechtenstein Vs Italy

European minnows Liechtenstein have yet to collect a point as they struggle to challenge even fellow minnows like Albania. Italy will be pleased with the character shown when they faced Spain several weeks ago as Ventura’s side came from a goal down to hold the visitors to a 1-1 draw, followed by a superb comeback in Macedonia thanks to a late Immobile double. Comfortable away win expected on Saturday evening.

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Wales Vs Serbia

Wales entertain Serbia at the Cardiff City Stadium in what is expected to be a hotly contested encounter in front of a packed house. Wales have some catching up to do after being held away to Austria and also home to Georgia as the Red Dragons look to star man Gareth Bale to get their qualifying campaign back on track. Serbia lead the group with 7 points after some solid displays however the visitors will take no chances in Cardiff. I am backing the home side to win this!

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Spain Vs Macedonia

Football giants Spain take on tiny Macedonia in what I predict will be a one sided display from start to finish. The Spaniards sit joint top of their group while the visitors were moments away from a historic victory over Italy before conceding two late goals to end the night empty handed. Spain to pummel the visitors.

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2018 World Cup Qualifiers

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2018 World Cup Qualifiers

Slovakia Vs England

Sam Allardyce gets his England reign underway with a potential banana-skin trip to Slovakia. The Slovakian side claimed a 0-0 draw when they faced England in the Euro 2016 tournament which denied England the chance of winning Group B. Despite not playing for Manchester City this Season, Joe Hart is favourite to play in goal following an injury to Fraser Forster. Wayne Rooney has retained the Captaincy despite the change in Management and will be a key figure in this game – Back Rooney to score here. England will be favourites heading into this and Slovakia would probably be happy with a draw. Away win expected – Back an England Victory Here. 

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Malta Vs Scotland

Malta hosted an International friendly between Italy and Scotland back in May but this time will themselves face Scotland in a World Cup Qualifier. The Mediterranean minnows will be roared on by a passionate home crowd and will fancy their chances of causing an upset due to the exceptionally warm climate. Scotland were the only Country of the Home Nations not to qualify for Euro 2016 and will be keen to get their Campaign off to a solid start. The Scots have been short of goals in recent fixtures but could fill their boots in Malta. Away win expected – Back a Scotland Victory Here. 

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Wales Vs Moldova

Wales enjoyed a terrific Euro 2016 and will be keen to hit the ground running when they get their World Cup Qualifying Campaign underway on Monday evening. The Welsh side have been drawn in a difficult Group D and will be targeting maximum points against Moldova. Gareth Bale is the Welsh talisman – Back Bale to score Anytime Here. Moldova sit a lowly 165th in the FIFA World Rankings and are huge underdogs in this clash. Comfortable Home win expected at The Millennium Stadium – Back a Wales Victory Here. 

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Italy Vs Spain

Tuesday evening sees two giants of European football lock horns in an effort to take control of World Cup Qualifying Group G. Italy have begun life under new Management following the departure of Antonio Conte to Chelsea. The Italians reached the Quarter Final of Euro 2016 before crashing out on penalties. Spain were eliminated from Euro 2016 when they lost 2-0 against Italy and will be keen to exact revenge for that defeat. Both sides have abundant talent to choose from and this should be an intriguing clash. All Square in Turin – Back a Score Draw Here. 

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Premier League 2016-2017

Rule Changes
A number of changes to the rules governing football have been introduced by the International Football Association Board for the 2016/2017 Season. One of these new rules will see the side kicking off no longer being required to move the ball forwards into the opposition half of the field as witnessed during the recent Euro 2016 tournament.
Further changes have been made in terms of disciplinary measures with referees now allowed to issue Red cards before a match even kicks off. The new law states that a player may be sent off anytime between the pre-match inspection and when the referee leaves the field at the end of the match.
The ‘Triple Punishment Rule’ which saw players concede a penalty, receive a red card and also pick up a subsequent ban has been overhauled. Players committing accidental fouls that deny goal-scoring opportunities in the penalty area will not automatically be sent off, with a yellow card deemed sufficient punishment. The resulting penalty is deemed equivalent of replacing the goal-scoring opportunity. However, in the case of a deliberate hand-ball or where clearly there is no deliberate attempt to play the ball then the player will still be sent off.
If a player is injured by a tackle which results in a Yellow or Red card the player may now be treated on the pitch without the need to leave the field of play. It was often deemed unfair that a poor tackle would result in a temporary numerical advantage and this has rule change should address this issue.
 
Transfer News
As usual a number of Premier League Clubs have been busy over the Summer months boosting their squad ahead of the 2016/2017 Premier League Season. Here we run down the most notable Transfers and the impact they are expected to make at their new Club:
Zlatan Ibrahimovic – The Swedish forward is a global icon and has won numerous trophies with a host of Clubs during his glittering career.  United have been lacking a big centre forward in recent Seasons and Zlatan could be just what The Red Devils need to fire them to Premier League glory. Ibrahimovic netted a spectacular goal in pre-season and United fans will hope there is plenty more of that to come from their Number 9 this Season.
N’Golo Kante – Chelsea played below their lofty standards last Season and only managed to finish 10th after a woeful start to the Season. Antonio Conte has wasted little time in strengthening the midfield with the signing of N’Golo Kante. The Frenchman was a key part of Leicester’s title winning side last Season and may find his game improves further still when paired with the likes of Hazard, Fabregas and Willian at Stamford Bridge.  Kante’s arrival could mean fewer opportunities for Matic and Mikel at Chelsea.
Paul Pogba –  The most protracted transfer saga of the Summer looks like it will end with Paul Pogba joining Manchester United for a world record fee after months of speculation. The Red Devils have flexed their financial muscle by paying a steep price for letting Pogba leave on a Bosman in 2012. Jose Mourinho will have a number of options at his disposal and Louis Van Gaal and David Moyes may feel that things would have gone differently had they had arrivals such as Pogba and Ibrahimovic during their respective tenures.
 
Granit Xhaka – Arsene Wenger has once again been reserved in the Transfer Market thus far despite Arsenal recording impressive financial results once again. The Gunners have added Granit Xhaka to their ranks following the departures of Arteta, Rosicky and Flamini. The Swiss midfielder should provide a solid presence in the middle of the pitch but many pundits believe Arsenal still need to acquire a top class forward player if they are to mount a serious bid for Premier League glory.
 
Sadio Mane – Liverpool strengthened their squad and also weakened that of a rival when they poached Sadio Mane from Southampton this Summer. Jurgen Klopp is slowly but surely putting his stamp on the Club he intends to be in charge of on a long term basis. The Reds finished a huge 21 points behind League winners Leicester last Season and need to improve considerably if they are to challenge for a Top 4 finish. Mane will be eager to form a partnership with Daniel Sturridge which should yield a healthy goal tally for Liverpool this Season.
New Managers
Jose Mourinho – After a huge amount of speculation Jose Mourinho was confirmed as the man to replace Louis Van Gaal at Manchester United. The Portugese manager has enjoyed huge success with all his former Clubs and United fans will be hoping he can deliver silverware to Old Trafford. Mourinho has been busy in the Transfer market this Summer acquiring a number of big name signings to boost the squad at his disposal. United will urge fans to be patient but expectations are high heading into the 2016-2017 Season.
 
Pep Guardiola – Manchester City fans do not have to wait long to see their new Manager take charge of his first Premier League game. After being announced as the new City boss during last Season excitement has been building in the blue half of Manchester. Guardiola brings with him a hugely successful track record winning countless trophies with Barcelona and Bayern Munich. City is arguably his toughest job to date as he inherits an ageing side who barely qualified for the Champions League by limping home 4th last Season. An exciting Season beckons at The Etihad Stadium.
 
Antonio Conte – Chelsea are another side under new management following the appointment of Antonio Conte. The Italian manager has enjoyed successful spells in charge of Juventus and more recently the Italian national side. Chelsea finished a lowly 10th last Season and as such have no European commitments which should allow more preparation for League fixtures. Conte is well known for the work rate and organisation shown by his sides and Chelsea should once again be one of the toughest sides to beat in the Premier League.
 
David Moyes – David Moyes is back in Premier League management having taken over the Sunderland job which was vacated by Sam Allardyce. Moyes has a chance to prove the doubters wrong who were quick to criticise during his disappointing tenure at Manchester United. The Scot has plenty of work to do with a Sunderland with a relatively weak squad that narrowly avoided Relegation last Season. Moyes will need to get the very best out of Jermain Defoe if Sunderland are to avoid another scrap at the bottom of the Premier League in May.
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Paris Saint Germain vs Lyon

French SuperCup | Paris Saint-Germain to win

Tomorrow 8:45pm at the Wörthersee Stadion, Paris Saint-Germain take on Lyon in a bid to take home the first available silverware of Season 2016/17. The Ligue 1 and Coupe de la Ligue Champions PSG, have a new manager in Unai Emery. A tactician and motivator known mostly for his European success story with Sevilla FC. There he won an impressive three consecutive Europa League trophies with his latest being against Liverpool last May.

Lyon on the other hand, after a disappointing season, look eager to bounce back. They play against a side that is a major powerhouse in France and looking to become one on the European stage too.

It is clear that PSG are favoured to win this game. Simply looking at the line-up, we can all come to the conclusion that this PSG side is packed with expensive raw talent. The departure of Zlatan Ibrahimovic earlier last month did not bring any signs of weakness. They have a formidable strike force with Cavani, Di Maria and Pastore along with a backline that contains the likes of Thiago Silva and David Luiz.

Missing from this match will be Marco Verratti (still injured since last season) as well as Zlatan and Lavezzi who have both moved on during the summer. Matuidi who seems to be on his way to Juventus will also, most likely, not be available. On the other hand Lyon come to this match with the team they expect to challenge for the Ligue 1 this season.

Our prediction for Paris Saint-Germain vs Lyon: The two most successful clubs in French football history meet tomorrow, but we all know how this will end. Take PSG to win at 1.66 on Bet365

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