|Few Winnings for 18-03-2020||tip,||score,||odd|
|MFM vs Abia Warriors||1x||2 - 1||1.62|
|Rivers Utd vs Warri Wolves||1||3 - 0||1.45|
|Lobi Stars vs Ifeanyi Uba||1||1 - 0||1.25|
|Jigawa G.S vs Heartland||1x||2 - 1||1.65|
|Wikki Tourist vs Kano Pillars||1x||1 - 0||2.15|
|Few Winnings for 15-03-2020||tip,||score,||odd|
|Tigres UANL vs FC Juarez||1||3 - 2||1.53|
|Tom Tomsk vs Krasnodar||1x||2 - 1||2.05|
|Rostov vs Lokomotiv Moscow||x2||1 - 3||3.60|
|Adanaspor vs Keciorengucu||X||1 - 1||3.10|
|Penapolense vs Sao Bento||x2||1 - 2||2.63|
|Few Winnings for 14-03-2020||tip,||score,||odd|
|Alanyaspor vs Gaziantep||1||1 - 0||1.57|
|Backa Topola vs Radnik Surd||1||2 - 1||1.53|
|Javor vs Cukaricki||X||2 - 2||3.00|
|Mladost Lucani vs Indjija||1||2 - 1||1.72|
|Proleter Novi vs RAD||1||5 - 0||1.72|
|Few Winnings for 12-03-2020||tip,||score,||odd|
|San Jose vs Blooming||1x||1 - 0||1.66|
|Istanbul Basak vs Copenhagen||1x||1 - 0||1.67|
|Lask Linz vs Manchester Utd||x2||0 - 5||1.85|
|Rangers vs Bayer Leverkusen||12||1 - 3||1.30|
|Wolfsburg vs Shakhtar Don||12||1 - 2||1.30|
|Few Winnings for 11-03-2020||tip,||score,||odd|
|P.S.G vs Borussia Dortmund||1||2 - 0||1.75|
|Liverpool vs Atletic Madrid||1||1 - 0||1.50|
|MTK Budapest vs Dorogi||1||3 - 0||1.33|
|Videoton vs Zalagerszegi||1||5 - 0||1.33|
|Alians Lypova vs Mariupol||2||2 - 4||1.40|
|Few Winnings for 10-03-2020||tip,||score,||odd|
|Boluspor vs Adanaspor||1x||2 - 1||1.80|
|Balikesirspor vs Bursaspor||x2||1 - 3||1.80|
|Eibar vs Real Sociedad||x2||1 - 2||2.05|
|Galway Utd vs Athlone Town||1||2 - 0||1.36|
|Inverness vs Queen Of South||1||3 - 1||1.53|
|Few Winnings for 09-03-2020||tip,||score,||odd|
|Leicester vs Aston Villa||1||4 - 0||1.50|
|Lens vs Orleans||1||1 - 0||1.50|
|Chievo vs Nuova Cosenza||1x||2 - 0||1.80|
|Jong AZ vs Cambuur||x2||0 - 3||1.50|
|Jong Utrecht vs NEC Nijmegen||x2||1 - 2||2.05|
|Few Winnings for 08-03-2020||tip,||score,||odd|
|Heracles vs Waalwijk||1||4 - 2||1.50|
|Utrecht vs Sparta Rotterdam||1||5 - 1||1.61|
|Nacional vs Benfica B||1||3 - 1||1.53|
|Rizespor vs Alanyaspor||X||1 - 1||3.40|
|Hallescher vs Ingolstadt||X||1 - 1||3.25|
|(Few Winnings for 18-03-2020)see all winnings||tip,||score,|
|Balestier Khal vs Hougang||x2||2 - 2|
|Tampines Rov vs Home Utd||1x||4 - 0|
|Plateau Utd vs Kwara Utd||1||2 - 1|
|Wikki Tourist vs Kano Pillars||1x||1 - 0|
|Jigawa G.S vs Heartland||1x||2 - 1|
|Lobi Stars vs Ifeanyi Uba||1||1 - 0|
|Rivers Utd vs Warri Wolves||1||3 - 0|
|MFM vs Abia Warriors||1x||2 - 1|
|Nasarawa Utd vs Akwa Utd||1x||0 - 0|
|Boluspor vs Adanaspor||1x||2 - 1|
|(Few Winnings for 15-03-2020)vie more winnings||tip,||score,|
|Leon vs U.N.A.M Pumas||1x||3 - 1|
|Enisey vs Spartak Moscow||12||1 - 0|
|Chert Moscow vs Mordovia||1||3 - 0|
|Baltika vs FC Armavir||1x||2 - 0|
|Galatasaray vs Besiktas||1x||0 - 0|
|Hatayspor vs Umraniyespor||1x||2 - 0|
|Portuguesa vs Rio Claro||1x||1 - 0|
|Mirassol vs Santo Andre||1x||1 - 0|
|U.Espanola vs Huachipato||1x||4 - 3|
|Nacional Potosi vs Real Potosi||1x||4 - 0|
|(Few Winnings for 14-03-2020) see more winnings||tip,||score,|
|Bragantino vs Agua Santa||1||4 - 0|
|Zenit Petersburg vs Ural||1||7 - 1|
|Vozdovac vs FK Partizan||2||1 - 2|
|Radnicki NIS vs Macva||1||3 - 1|
|Crvena Zvezda vs Napredak||1||3 - 0|
|Shakhter Solig vs Torpedo||1||2 - 0|
|Bate Borisov vs Din Minsk||1||3 - 2|
|Ferencvarosi vs Kaposvar||1||5 - 0|
|Spennymoor vs Hereford||1x||4 - 0|
|Eastbourne vs Maidstone||1x||3 - 0|
|(Few Winnings for 11-03-2020)view all winnings||tip,||score,|
|Umraniyespor vs Menemen||1x||1 - 1|
|Giresunspor vs Kecioren||1x||1 - 0|
|Alians Lypova vs Mariupol||2||2 - 4|
|PFC Sochi vs Orenburg||12||5 - 1|
|Mezokovesd vs Puskas Acad||1x||1 - 1|
|Budapest Honved vs Paks||1x||2 - 0|
|Yeni Malaty vs Trabzonspor||x2||1 - 3|
|Lechia Gdansk vs Piast Gliw||1x||2 - 1|
|Borussia Monchen vs Koln||1x||2 - 1|
|P.S.G vs Borussia Dortmund||1||2 - 0|
Ighalo drops Man Utd future hint as loan runs down.
Odion Ighalo has indicated that he will be hoping to complete a permanent move to Manchester United, with the Nigerian expressing his intention to spend "additional time with the team”". A short-term deal was set up for the previous Watford striker ... during the January transfer window. He was acquired by the Red Devils on deadline day, with Shanghai Shenhua permitting him to travel to England. A worthwhile new contract in China has been mooted for the 30-year-old, however so has a lengthy visit at Old Trafford. Childhood United fan Ighalo is experiencing the fantasy in his present environment, in spite of seeing his stretch with the Premier League giants disturbed by the coronavirus outbreak. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has just suggested that he will be hoping to keep a proven goalscorer on board, with United sorting out future recruitment plans. Ighalo would apparently be available to staying on, with inspiration being taken from a stretch at one of the most prestigious club on earth. He disclosed to United's official site: "Seeing the club from the outside you don't have the foggiest idea how large it is. Yet, once you are inside you know how large the club is. "I am inspired by the way in which the club is structured, i am motivated by the direction of the club, i am inspired by the advancement of the youthful players and the way they are coming through from the grassroots to the first team. "I am inspired by a great deal of things at United, i'm truly inspired and that i am anticipating investing more time with the team." Ighalo hit four goals in eight appearances for the Red Devils before competitive football was postponed indefinitely. His presentations earned him tons of applauses and he admits that he will likely be an attacking “beast” for Solskjaer's side. On how he's perceived, Ighalo included: "Many people would say he's a gentle person however inside he is a beast. "I am a fighter, I never surrender, i go for what i think I can accomplish and that i give my best, 100 percent, no matter the results of the match, win or lose, I generally give 100 percent from the earliest starting point." Ighalo's present loan agreement is predicted to terminate on May 31, with it yet to be resolved whether the 2019-20 crusade will continue and be played to a conclusion before that time.
Outrageous transfer fees will end after coronavirus pandemic, says Bayern president.
Bayern Munich president Herbert Hainer expects an enormous decrease in transfer fees following the coronavirus pandemic. Deals worth in excess of €100 million have been typical within ... the previous four years, with Neymar turning into the world's most expensive player when he joined Paris Saint-Germain for €222m (£200m/$264m) in August 2017. Bayern have been increasingly preservationist however broke their transfer record by forking out €80m (£68m/$90m) on Lucas Hernandez a year ago. Connections to Leroy Sane and Timo Werner prompted to suggestions that the Bavarian giants were willing to break the bank again, yet Hainer believes the inflation in the market will have been stemmed by the appearance of Covid-19. Revenues have dried up for clubs over the world, with players at Bayern, Barcelona, Juventus and Atletico Madrid among those to take pay cuts while football is on break. Gotten some information about the potential impact of the coronavirus emergency on transfer fees, Hainer revealed to Bayern's 51 magazine: "As I stated, although serious predictions are hard to make, it's undeniable there will be changes. I agree with Uli Hoeness' presumption that transfer fees will decrease. that is simply logical. "At the point when income decreases, there's less cash available to be used. What's more, given the economic impact of the coronavirus emergency on people' everyday existences, outrageous sums in the millions are even less justifiable than they already were. "My expectation is that more logic will be applied here too. i need to show some respect for Hasan Salihamidzic and our sporting leadership. They're taking care of the coronavirus circumstance very well." Bayern players consented to a 20 percent wage reduction during the Bundesliga suspension, which is planned to go on until at least April 30. Hainer recognized the circumstance has placed clubs in problematic financial positions, however he's sure Bayern will have the choice to urge through the crisis without "any major damage". "Obviously, the circumstance is exceptionally tense. It's about the existence of individual clubs. What's more, even FC Bayern faces a serious financial challenge, that is no secret," said Hainer. "Be that as it may, our club is in a tremendous position. We work for a long time to ensure that FC Bayern can navigate through this stage with no major damage. "In spite of this gigantic task, we're looking to the future with confidence."
Lewandowski is the best striker in the world - Gundogan.
Ilkay Gundogan has singled out his previous Borussia Dortmund colleague Robert Lewandowski as the best striker currently active in world football. The Germany and Poland star shared three seasons at Signal ... Iduna Park under Jurgen Klopp from 2011 to 2014. Together, they helped Dortmund take the Bundesliga title in 2011-12 and the following season went right to the Champions League final, where they went down in a heart-breaking 2-1 thrashing to rivals Bayern Munich. Lewandowski then proceed onward to Bayern in 2014, with Gundogan following him out of the exit door two years after the fact to join Pep Guardiola at Manchester City. In any case, despite the fact that he consistently lines up close by a goalscorer of Sergio Aguero's quality, he admits that Lewandowski is the most complete striker within the game. "It was a huge joy to play with him. He has improved over and over," Gundogan told DAZN . "Technically he was always great, presently he also has that composed attitude. the way in which he scored the goals is wonderful. "For me he's the best and most complete striker on the planet right now." Gundogan additionally had gleaming praise for current Liverpool manager Klopp, highlighting the German's attention to detail in making Dortmund such a finely tuned machine during his tenure. "Klopp's way of thinking? Getting the ball back, a quick switching game, combinations and afterward ice cold in front of goal," he included. "In the final training session before important games, it must be extreme. Klopp complained when it didn't work." The unity of that Dortmund group was also important for the midfielder, who reviewed that fights between players were almost unheard of. "Throughout the years I can just recollect one dispute. That was an episode a year earlier between Lucas Barrios and Lewandowski in the locker room," he explained. "In any case the mood was extremely positive. We were an intact, homogeneous team." Gundogan has shaped a regular part of Guardiola's City plan this season, piling on 40 appearances and scoring five goals in all competitions before the crusade was halted due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Abia Warriors goalkeeper Charles Tambe shot in Ibadan.
Abia Warriors goalkeeper Charles Tambe is at present getting treatment at the University Teaching Hospital (UCH) Ibadan. after he was shot by thugs on Friday. Tambe returned to Ibadan to rejoin with his family ... following the suspension of the Nigeria professional football League due to the coronavirus pandemic. As indicated by the announcement issued by Abia Warriors' sporting director Patrick Ngwaogwu, the previous Shooting Stars and Lobi Stars goalkeeper was shot on his way for his morning exercise routine. "He isn't a rascal. He went for his morning walk out at about 07:00 toward the start of today in Apata zone, Ibadan where he remains with his family," Ngwaogwu stated, per BSN Sport. "They attacked him and collected his wristwatch and handset. What's more, shot him on his hand. "He is presently in UCH, receiving treatment. The club is very much on top of the situation." Tambe joined the Umuahia-based outfit last September, and he as recently showed up in a video posted by the club asking fans to stay safe in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Meanwhile... 'Messi is the best player in the world' - Marseille star Boubacar Kamara. Marseille centre-back Boubacar Kamara believes Barcelona forward Lionel Messi is the best player on the planet. Messi, a six-time Ballon d'Or champ, has regularly been compared with Juventus and Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo, who has likewise been named world best player multiple times. In the wake of winning his 6th individual honor a year ago, the Argentina international beat off competition from his long-term rival Ronaldo and Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk. Kamara, who uncovered the argentine is his idol, has no uncertainty the 32-year-old is the best on the planet. "Lionel Messi. i think he's the best player on earth. On the off chance that you simply like football, you need to love Messi," Kamara told the Ligue 1 site. Kamara currently wears shirt number four at Marseille and lifted the cover on the reason for his decision. "Since i was a child, I've always had the number four," he proceeded. "At the point when I joined the senior squad, i was wavering between the number 4 and 23, which corresponds to my birthday, yet the club gave me the number 4." The 20-year-old likewise picked his first goal for Marseille against Bordeaux as his best minute last season. "My first goal for the senior team, it was the winner against Girondins de Bordeaux in February." Kamara, who has featured in 24 league games this term, will hope to proceed with his strong defensive exhibitions when football exercises continue globally and in France, having been suspended due to coronavirus outbreak.
Football will be different after coronavirus crisis, says FIFA boss Infantino.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino warned football will be "different" when it returns, and he says it's difficult to know when leagues will resume. The coronavirus pandemic has brought most of the football world to a halt ... as governments across the world endeavor to handle the outbreak of Covid-19, with more than a million confirmed cases over the world and more than 52,000 individuals having died in the wake of testing positive for the virus. A week ago, FIFA boss Infantino led a meeting with La Gazetta dello Sport in which he considered the chance of remodeling football with fewer competitions to attempt to adapt to the disruption to the calendar. Addressing to the 72nd Ordinary CONMEBOL Congress during a speech via videolink, Infantino focused on the message that handling the coronavirus crisis remains the most pressing concern. "Football isn't the most important thing, health comes first and will remain our priority until this virus has been crushed," he said. "The world is confronting new difficulties and we got to remain together and work as a team. this is the lesson that football can give: to work as a team. "Tomorrow we as a whole might want to see football once more, yet we don't have a clue when we will be ready to continue playing and nobody around the globe knows when we will be ready to play like previously. "It is very important that football adheres to the rules of the health authorities and governments, and it's important that football gives a real example, since plainly no match is a higher priority than a human life. "This we have to obviously have in our minds, while at the same time...working with confidence and thinking positively towards the future. "We need to look forward and can't remain passive as [the coronavirus] will affect us. Both our world and our sport will be different once we come back to normality. "It is our responsibility as football administrators,first of all to ensure football can survive and secondly move forward once again. this is not only our responsibility but also our obligation." The Jupiler Pro League, the top level of Belgian football, has become the first major league to end its 2019-20 season ahead of schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Dybala to Ronaldo: We hate you in Argentina!.
Paulo Dybala says that he disclosed to Juventus partner Cristiano Ronaldo he is not a very popular figure in Argentina, as Lionel Messi's country "hates" the Portuguese star. The sporting rivalry between Messi and Ronaldo has seen both ... raise their status as two of the best to ever play the game. Conflicts between Messi's Barcelona and Ronaldo's Real Madrid have been among the most anticipated and acknowledged in football history, with the two players apparently bringing their games up with an effort to best the other. Ronaldo moved to Juventus in 2018, ending the on-field rivalry in La Liga, yet the debate despite everything continues with reference to which of the two need to be considered his rival's better. Presently a partner of Ronaldo in Turin, Argentinian international Dybala admitted to the Portuguese star that his nation has no affection for him, regardless if he has since learned that forward is a person worthy of admiration. "I said to him, 'Cristiano, in Argentina, we hate you a bit due to your figure, in light of how you are, of how you walk'," Dybala said during a meeting with the Argentinian Football Association. "'The truth is that you've surprised me because I've found you to be different.'" Dybala is one among the few stars to have played alongside both Ronaldo and Messi, giving the forward an interesting insight into two of the best to ever play the game. Notwithstanding, the Juventus star experienced harsh criticism a year ago when he said that he found it difficult play close by Messi with Argentina. With both Messi and Dybala playing a comparative position, the Juventus star has said he has battled to combine with the Barcelona legend. Dybala says he has since talked tactics with Messi as the two have looked to find an understanding of how they fit together positionally. "I've never intended to criticise a teammate, I essentially wanted to improve something that was going on," Dybala said. "I talked about it with Leo since we're both similar the same as strategically. "I didn't have many minutes at the world Cup or the Copa America be that as it may, at the same time, I constantly respected the decisions of the coaches since Argentina is renowned." Dybala was as of late diagnosed to have coronavirus and, in the wake of recovering from the sickness, he admitted he was "terrified" in the days in the wake of testing positive.
'Ozil is world class, however he has no future at Arsenal'- says Arshavin.
The Gunners signed Ozil to a five-year deal after agreeing a €50 million (£44m/$55m) deal with Real Madrid in 2013, in a move which was viewed as a masterstroke from head coach Arsene Wenger at that time. He has since piled on 254 appearances for the club over all ... competitions, scoring 44 goals, while getting three FA Cup winners' awards. The previous Germany international's position has improved since Mikel Arteta's appointment in December, however Arsenal still can't seem to offer him an agreement expansion, in spite of the reality his present deal is expected to expire next summer. Arshavin might want to see another person come in and fill the job currently occupied by Ozil in the Gunners starting line up, with it, his conviction that the enigmatic playmaker negatively affects the group's attacking output. "As a player, obviously, I respect him. Mesut is a world-class player," the former Arsenal attacker told 888 Sport. "Be that as it may, for me personally he slows down the game. i would like to use another player. Mikel, as we can see, is the opposite and plays him a lot. "He has improved his game at Arsenal yet at the same time, in the future, i do not see him there." Arteta's men have slipped to ninth within the Premier League standings after 28 fixtures of the present season, and look destined to miss out on Champions League football for a fourth progressive year. Performances have improved since the ex-Manchester City assistant's landing in the Emirates, yet Arshavin accepts his old club are so far lacking in depth at the back. "For me, Arsenal's squad is not balanced," said the Russian. "Offensively-wise they are generally excellent and in attack, they play pretty football. "It's good to watch. In any case, defensively, even in my period, Arsenal is weak. "Once in a while that is down to injuries and sometimes they don’t have enough experience but I don’t know why this doesn’t change." Arshavin did, notwithstanding, reserve praise for Arteta, insisting the Spaniard was a good decision for the top job at Arsenal due to his past experience working under Wenger as a player. "Regarding Arteta, it had been a good decision since he has invested energy at Arsenal and knows the club well. He worked alongside Arsene and can take good experience from him," Arshavin included. "He additionally has the respect of the club and players. Also, since he has taken over at Arsenal they have changed: not too much but rather positively. "Yet, it's hard to foresee if Arsenal can finish within the Champions League zone, particularly in the time we're in now."
Always know when to take a break especially when you keep losing and losing. Take a break, relax, sit back and observe the game again and know how it goes
Never Play with all your hard earn money. Always Play with your spare money,Playing with all your money is very risky because football is only a game of luck and you should Play with the knowledge of you trying your luck
Take your mind away from your booked games. Dont start planning already what you will do with your intended winnings, Take your mind away from the game else you will only give yourself high blood pressures
Home advantage really matters in football. Because the home team will have the highest number of supporters and they will do anything to defend their territory,This happens sometimes and it does not affect big teams most time
A club might be very good in league games and yet looses to a small team in a cup game.Some cup games are so much treasured by the small teams more than these big teams. so sometimes the big team will use their junior players on such games.
Some small teams are just after spoiling the reputation of the big teams.They might not perform well with their mates but when they faces a big team they will want to disgrace them.Underdogs are in every league and they have their favorite team.
Head to head does not mean anything to a team that is not in form.No matter how many times a club have won in the past meetings there are 80% possibilities that the club will loose to their rival who are in a better form.Always predict with the current form.
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