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Predicting the Champions League Final

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Sunday, 13 March 2016 13:34

Champions League PredictionsWhile the Round of 16 of the Champions League is still not entirely decided, sports betting fans are eager to find out who will be the two teams that will be facing each other in the most important soccer game of the year at Milan for the UEFA Champions League. Now granted that the way the tournament is structured and that brackets are decided by draws, it will be difficult to fully predict who will be facing in the round of eights. We might be stuck with a potential cracker of a match up in the round of eight or even the semi-finals, but why we still can, we want to give you our exclusive picks of the absolute favorite teams to make it on to the final at Milano.

The absolute and overwhelming favorite to clean house on their League, Cup and UEFA Champions League are Barcelona. Lead by the menacing trio of Messi, Neymar and Suarez the blaugrana side has become a synonym with easy money for sports betting fans. Currently with a comfortable lead on the Spanish La Liga and almost surely moving past Arsenal in the round of 16 of the Champions League, it almost seems like Barcelona are destined to be headed for Milan.

Analyzing the rest of the competitors at the current Champions League, and comparing them to Barcelona, one has a hard time finding a true competitor, a team that could stand in their way and beat them. Whether it is in a home and away definition on the late stages on in just one game at the final. There are several candidates and in the world of soccer, anything can (and could) happen. Bayern Munich is one of the first teams that come to mind, as the German side has been a strong and powerful side that has the talent to be a formidable foe for the Catalan side. Their balance between offense and defense are almost right there with Barcelona, however, recent performances in their domestic end leave a lot of question marks regarding how much of a chance they would have.

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Wenger worried about players' confidence after losses

Written by John Hawthorne   
Monday, 07 March 2016 18:44

Arsenal Cesc FabregasArsenal's form of late has not been great and Arsene Wenger the manager is worried about this. He has told his side to do the basics after his team lost ground against Leicester in the race for the Premier League crown.

The Gunner lost at home against Swansea City 2 - 1 on Wednesday night in a game they were expected to win. It was a strange night for all the top teams as only Leicester capitalized by getting a draw while the other top three teams lost. Leicester is now one of the best free bet offers to win the Premier League Title.

The Gunners tied with their biggest London rivals Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 on Saturday. They are now eight points from taking the top stop. Arsenal got off to a good start against Swansea and took the lead through a Joel Campbell goal. The Swans struck back though with goals from winger Wayne Routledge and defender Ashley Williams. Wenger knows that confidence is currently low in the dressing room, and only a run of wins in a row will get his team back to winning ways.

It has not just been the Gunners form in the Premier League that has suffered. They are going through a poor run in all competitions presently.

One of the main reasons for current run of bad form aside from injuries has been that they have missed too many chances to score goals. They are creating excellent chances to put the ball in the back to the net in games, but there finishing has been dreadful. This is something that Wenger said that he is addressing in training his squad.

It is true the Gunner have been unlucky on a number of occasions in front of goal. A couple of inches have made the difference to them winning or losing. You can not blame bad luck all season though and it has been a constant issue that Wenger needs to resolve quickly. In a team that features Alexis Sanchez, Theo Walcott and Olivier Giroud, you would expect the team to have scored more than 44 goals so far.

Last Updated on Monday, 07 March 2016 18:50
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2015 FIFA Ballon d'Or - Golden Ball Award List

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Monday, 30 November 2015 20:53

2015 FIFA Ballon d'Or NominessLionel Messi (FC Barcelona), Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), and the Brazilian Neymar (FC Barcelona) are the three finalists for the Golden Ball 2015, announced Monday by the International Football Federation (FIFA).

Ronaldo is the reigning two-time winner of the award, while Messi has won four times and Neymar is first among the three finalists.

The winner of the 2015 Golden Ball as well as the other winners in other categories will be announced at the FIFA Gala, to be held on January 11, 2016.

What is certain is because the Spanish league again corners the entire podium of the Golden Ball, which has already done in four other record (2009, 2010, 2011, 2012) occasions.

Messi, great architect of triplet achieved by the club (League, Cup and Champions League), will be the favorite ahead of Ronaldo, who lived a blank season in terms of collective trophies are concerned, despite their individual statistics high level (top scorer in the league last season with 48 goals, and head of the scoring of the Champions League this season with 7 goals).

Last Updated on Monday, 30 November 2015 21:02
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Arsenal's Injury Woes Continue

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Saturday, 17 January 2015 17:18

arsenals injury woes continueSince the beginning of the season Arsenal have been beset with injuries to a variety of their players. Sadly, this run of bad luck appears set to continue into 2015. This week it was announced that both Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Debuchy will be out of play for three months. This is due to them both having recently undergone surgery for ankle and shoulders injuries, respectively.

Debuchy transferred from Newcastle, in a deal worth £12 million, at the beginning of the 2014/2015 season but twin injuries has seen him play only 14 times for Arsenal. Sadly, the French defender had only just returned to competing, having been out with an ankle injury for three months, when he dislocated his shoulder during Arsenal's win over Stoke. The sheer back luck that has plagued Debuchy's Arsenal career even had the normally unflappable Arsene Wenger spluttering in disbelief. The longstanding Arsenal boss stated: "It's unbelievable, because he's had two surgeries in the same season. He just came back, he played seven games and he's out again."

Unfortunately, barely had Arsenal's fans absorbed this latest knock-back, it was then revealed that midfielder Arteta would be joining Debuchy on the injury bench after having a bone spur removed from his left ankle. The recovery from the injury, which has been said to have been severely bothering the 32-year-old for months, has been estimated at three months. That means both Arteta and Debuchy will be out for a similar length of time.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 January 2015 19:00
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