Elfsborg are the actual champions in Swedish Allsvenskan. They will participate in UEFA Champions League qualifications next month and that was the reason why the city of Boras decided to support the club for the next season. Boras, the second largest municipality in western Sweden, see the European campaign of Elfsborg as an excellent chance for tourist promotion. According to Annica Berg, Head of Information Department, the city of Boras will sponsor the team's shirts with some 50.000 Euros, depending from the results.
Now about Elfsborg and their actual form. At the moment they are on the second place, four points behind the leader Helsinborg. The results are definitely good in the last period, six wins and only one defeat. In the last home match they destroyed Brommapojkarna with 6:0. After that won 1:0 against Hacken as guests. Mohamed Bangura and Tom Soderberg scored two goals each, while the remaining three goals were scored by Johan Larsson, Henning Hauger and Lasse Nilsson. The atmosphere in the squad is positive and the players confidence are high. The coach Jorgen Lennartsson has one important player suspended - the midfielder Anders Svensson has accumulated yellow cards. In addition, Jon Jonsson and Simon Hedlund are injured.
Gefle are just one place above the relegation zone. Their biggest problem seems to be away form. Gefle have only two points earned as guest, with Brommapojkarna as only worse team. However, something else is important for my pick - Gefle play very efficient matches as guest. Just look the last four matches on road:
28.05. Syrianska - Gefle 2:2
19.05. Hacken - Gefle 2:2
13.05. Brommapojkarna - Gefle 4:1
27.04. Helsingborg - Gefle 5:1
The coach Per Olsson also have some injury worries. Daniel Bernhardsson, Johan Svantesson and William Lundin are definitely sidelined, while Anders Wikstrom is doubtful with a knee injury.
I expect an efficient match at Boras Arena. Elfsborg are 4 points behind Helsinborg, so the coach Lennartsson will ask offensive from his players. The quality is on Elfsborg side, the home advantage too. But Gefle have scored on every of their previous four away matches in Allsvenskan. I believe they are able to upset the actual champion, even Stuhr-Ellegaard kept the net untouched on the last two matches. Johan Oremo and Jakob Orlov are in fine form, each of them have scored 4 goals so far. So, Over 3.5 is my choice here.
Mjallby are currently on the fifth position and this fact is a small surprise. However, they fully deserved that, mainly due to solid home form. The coach Anders Torstensson is doing an excellent job and the fans are very satisfied. Kristian Haynes is the key player so far, he played all 11 games in Allsvenskan and scored 7 goals. I already mentioned Mjallby's home form. They have two wins and one draw on the last three matches at Strandvallen, scoring 11 and conceding 4 goals. Here are the results:
01.06. Mjallby - Halmstad 5:1
17.05. Mjallby - Malmo 2:2
12.05. Mjallby - Syrianska 4:1
Torstensson has no injury or suspension worries, even the striker Par Ericsson is available after a long injury period.
Kalmar are just one place behind Mjallby. They have 2 points less, but have played one game more. However, the fans should be satisfied with the results. But Kalmar away form isn't well in the last period. They suffered two defeats on the last two matches on road. To be even worse, Kalmar failed to score on both games. Here are the results:
30.05. Djurgarden - Kalmar 1:0
19.05. Goteborg - Kalmar 2:0
The coach Nanne Bergstrand has four injured players at the moment. Tobias Eriksson, Zlatan Azinovic, Emil Israelsson and Jorgen Skjelvik are all sidelined.
I will also mention that Mjallby won the previous two mutual league games against Kalmar at Strandvallen. Here are the results:
26.09.2012. Mjallby - Kalmar 1:0
16.04.2011. Mjallby - Kalmar 1:0
I expect Mjallby to win again. They are in better form, they are complete and they have the home advantage. The atmosphere in the squad is positive, the players confidence are high and I think three points will stay in Solvesborg.
Italy edged really close to a place in the semi-finals as they defeated Mexico in their opening game, but another victory is a must if the Azzurri are to avoid any surprises. Following the heavy defeat to Brazil, Japan need at least one point from this game to remain in contention for a semi-final berth, but that is easier said than done.
It's been a while since Italy last impressed in the build up to a major tournament, but under-par showings in warm-up games never stopped the Azzurri from impressing at tournament finals. Similar thing happened again as Cesare Prandelli's men struggled in the World Cup qualifier against Czech Republic and friendly with Haiti, only to produce an excellent showing in their opening Confederations Cup game against Mexico. While usual suspects Andre Pirlo and Mario Balotelli got on the scoresheet, the entire team played really well despite Prandelli fielding an experimental 4-3-2-1 formation. However, having done so well against very good Mexico side, Italy can be trusted to continue the rich vein of form against out-of-sorts Japan, especially since it is their opponents that are under pressure at the moment.
Daniele De Rossi and Mario Balotelli felt no ill-effects of their recent injuries, but Leonardo Bonucci should return to the starting line-up.
Probable starting line-up (4-3-2-1): Buffon – Abate, Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini – De Rossi, Pirlo, Montolivo – Giaccherini, Marchisio – Balotelli.
Following some pretty decent showings in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers and international friendlies, Japan were seen as one of the dark horses at the 2013 Confederations Cup, but they were utterly disappointing in their opening game. While nobody really expected Alberto Zaccheroni's side to defeat the tournament hosts, they were tipped to show much more in the opening match, but the likes of Honda, Kagawa and Nagatomo were unable to make any impact on the night. With the Blue Samurai now facing a must-win game, chances are they won't be able to produce their best performance against in-form Italy, with the lack of quality and experience likely to prove a problem against one of Europe's top sides. Japan did really well to qualify for this tournament, but I just cannot see them making it to the semi-finals, especially with Italy standing in their way.
Alberto Zaccheroni has fully fit squad to choose from, but Ryoichi Maeda should be recalled to the starting line-up, with Hiroshi Kiyotake making way.
Probable starting line-up (4-2-3-1): Kawashima – Uchida, Konno, Yoshida, Nagatomo – Hasebe, Endo – Okazaki, Honda, Kagawa – Maeda.
Medium stake on home win.
Having impressed everyone with their opening victory over Japan, Brazil need to continue the rich vein of form when they take on Mexico if they want to secure semi-final berth ahead of the final game against Italy. El Tri, on the other hand, face an uphill task after losing to Italy, but they are not looking to give up without a fight.
It was the final defeat to Mexico at the 2012 Summer Olympics that end up costing Mano Menezes his job, with his decision to take charge of the Under-23 side proving a major mistake. His successor Luiz Felipe Scolari had a slow start to his second spell as the Seleccao manager, with his side winning just one first first six international friendlies. However, Brazil kept raising their form in the build up to the 2013 Confederations Cup, with very good displays against England and France creating a good setting for the start of the tournament finals. As a result, the Seleccao largely impressed in their opening game against Japan, winning the match 3-0, even if the final scoreline was a bit harsh on their opponents. While Brazil can be trusted to see off Mexico as well, chances are their task will be much tougher this time out, so I am pretty sure we can rule out a big win for the hosts.
With no new injury worries to report, everything suggests Scolari will stick with the side that started the opening match at the tournament.
Probable starting line-up (4-2-3-1): Cesar - Alves, Silva, Luiz, Marcelo - Paulinho, Gustavo - Hulk, Oscar, Neymar - Fred.
Mexico haven't really arrived at the Confederations Cup in the best possible spirits, having seriously failed to live up to the expectations in the June World Cup qualifiers. Goalless draws against Panama and Costa Rica could end up costing the team a place at the tournament finals, so no wonder boss Juan Manuel de la Torre is under extreme pressure at the moment. The opening Confederations Cup defeat to Italy did nothing to improve the atmosphere in the squad, although it was not all doom and gloom for El Tri. While conceding from a free kick and a defensive mistake, Mexico did not allow their opponents too many chances to score, proving why they kept no less than eight clean sheets in last nine competitive fixtures prior to the Italy match. With attacking problems still there (scored the only goal against Italy from penalty spot) and their back line not looking all that bad, there is every chance we will see another match with not too many goals scored. In spite of the difficult situation they are in, Mexico are highly unlikely to go all guns blazing at their more illustrious opponents.
Boss Juan Manuel de la Torre once again has fully fit squad to choose from, but it remains to be seen whether we are going to see any changes.
Probable starting line-up (4-2-3-1): Corona – Flores, Rodriguez, Moreno, Salcido – Zavala, Torrado – Aquino, dos Santos, Guardado – Hernandez.
Medium stake on 2-3 goals.
Fresh from the 6-1 victory over minnows Tahiti, Nigeria take on Uruguay looking to record a win that would see them qualify for the semi-finals. La Celeste may have lost to Spain in their opening match, but they are still within a chance of qualifying for the next stage, all they need to do is win the two remaining games.
Nigeria ended a long trophy drought as they lifted the title at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, creating quite a few surprises to go all the way. Their youthful side backed by some seasoned footballers looked really good throughout the tournament, with Victor Moses and Emmanuel Emenike proving to be match winners on a number of occasions. However, with the two players ruled out of the Confederations Cup, just like in-form striker Kalu Uche, the Super Eagles were always going to face a tough task in Brazil. The row over tournament bonuses seriously disrupted their preparations, with the team arriving in Brazil just one day before the opening match, so they were pretty fortunate to face minnows Tahiti at the start. Despite winning the game 6-1, their lack of quality and experience is likely to prove a huge issue against star-studded Uruguay side.
Ogenyi Onazi could return from a knee problem, but Victor Moses, Emmanuel Emenike and Kalu Uche all miss out through injury.
Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Enyeama – Ambrose, Oboabona, Omeruo, Echiejile – Onazi, Mikel, Mba – Oduamadi, Ideye, Musa.
Uruguay, on the other hand, were pretty disappointing in the build up to the tournament finals, although they did show some improvement of late. Friendly victory over France and an invaluable away win over Venezuela in the World Cup qualifier seriously raised the players' spirits, but the team were, nonetheless, powerless to avoid a 2-1 defeat to Spain. While La Celeste were thoroughly outplayed by their more illustrious opponents, they were facing by far the strongest side in the world and should have a much easier task against inexperienced Nigeria. With the likes of Forlan, Cavani and Suarez set to start up front, and entire starting eleven boasting plenty of experience, I am positive Uruguay can return to winning ways in this match. La Celeste simply have too much quality for a severely weakened Super Eagles at the moment.
Boss Oscar Tabarez has no fresh injury worries, although Diego Forlan and Alvaro Gonzalez are set to be recalled to the starting eleven.
Probable starting line-up (3-4-1-2): Muslera – Godin, Lugano, Caceres – M. Pereira, A. Gonzalez, Perez, C. Rodriguez – Forlan – Suarez, Cavani.
Medium stake on away win.
This is not as straight forward as it looks as Gilles Simon can sometimes struggle to break an opponent's serve, but I think he will get chances against Kyle Edmund who is not the biggest server and so I am taking this pick.
Gilles Simon played very well in France Open, but I have been a little disappointed that he didn't win one of the two tournaments he entered in France recently.
However, he is playing a player in Edmund who is much more comfortable on a clay court rather than the hard courts. It is easy to understand that the England player decided to play on the clay courts during last 6 months, while he only qualified for this event as a home player.
Gilles Simon should create lots of pressure by holding his own serve more comfortably and he usually decides to start serving first, something that could be the entire key to the cover.
In this game i will bring you a different approach of bet as there is another suspection of fixed result in a Lithuania game. The two teams are separate by just two points in the table and Siauliai only won one of the seven home games they played so far, but this no reason to block the odds in several bookmakers, including bet365.
Anyway, knowing that Lithuania use to bring us many starnge results and fixed games, even don't knowing the real reason of the block odds, i think it must taken the available odds. Even for those who do not want to risk so high, the DNB is also well paid at 2.00 in Paddy Power.
Talking about the sporting side of the game, Siauliai lost the last two games, scoring two goals and conceding seven! We can't say their morale and confidence will be the ideal before this game. But Kruoja is coming from a great win over the second placed Atlantas, by a clear 2-0, improving their morale and confidence.
Siauliai couldn’t win any of the last six home games and they cannot keep a clean sheet since last October, meaning twelve home consecutive games always conceding at least one goal. It is true that Kruoja has the second worst attack of the competition, but this negative defensive home record is a great new to them. After the last great result, for sure their approach in this game will be much more different and they will take advantage of the bad moment of Siauliai.
The historic of the last five games between these two teams in games played at Siauliai is very balanced, with two wins of the hosts, two draws and one visitor win. And it is curious that the goal average on those five games is negative to the hosts (5-7), thanks to the big win of Kruoja three years ago, 0-4!
As we can see, all indicate a very balanced game between two similar sides, where any result can happen. Kruoja is in a much better moment, more moralized and confidence and we could give a little more favoritism to them. Knowing this and adding the blocked odds in their win, I think we must take the risk here. Good Luck.
San Lorenzo de Almagro and Atlético Rafaela, a team which is still fighting for the maintenance in Primera, will play today a game counting for the 1/8 finals of Copa Argentina, in the state of San Juan. The game will be played in the stadiu of “Bicentenario”.
San Lorenzo, a team coached by Juan Antonio Pizzi and which already has no chances of fighting for the league title, will present a team with the majority of the main players to try to pass to the next round of the tournament.
The `ciclón` qualified to this stage of the Copa after win 3-2 over Deportivo Morón in the penalty shoot out, after a goaless draw in the 90 minutes.
In the `crema` side, coached by Jorge Luis Burruchaga, will play this game with many reserve players as they are still to assure the maintenance in Primera, something that they will assure with a draw with Vélez Sarsfield, to avoid depend of the results of Argentinos Juniors and San Martín (San Juan), direct rivals in the fight for the maintenance.
The team of Rafaela got the right to play this stage of the competition after win 1-0 over Lanús, counting for the 1/16 finals.
The winner of this clash will face in the ¼ finals Gimnasia y Esgrima of Entre Rios, a team which is competing at the moment in the Argentino A, and which arrived to this stage after win 4-3 in the penalty shoot out against Tristán Suárez, after the goaless draw during the normal time.
San Lorenzo is in the 4th place of the league with 31 points, while his rival is in the 10th place with 23 points.
ATLETICO RAFAELA: Guillermo Sara; Joel Sacks, Oscar Carniello, Eduardo Domínguez, Juan Eluchans; Jonathan López, Alexis Niz, Matías Fissore, Lucas Albertengo; Federico González, Diego Vera.
Coach: Jorge Luis Burruchaga
SAN LORENZO: Sebastián Torrico; Gonzalo Prósperi, Pablo Alvarado, Mauro Cetto, Walter Kannemann; Ignacio Piatti, Juan Mercier, Leandro Navarro; Leandro Romagnoli; Angel Correa, Gonzalo Verón.
Coach: Juan Antonio Pizzi.
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