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Concerning matches played at home against the bottom 6 this season Deportivo La Coruna has collected 2.71 points on average in 7 matches. When looking at matches played away against the top 6 this season Cartagena has collected 0.33 points on average in 3 matches.

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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Football Betting News: Rodgers Wants To Sign Gerrard Anew

FOOTBALL BETTING NEWS – Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said that he and the club wish to sign captain and midfielder Steven Gerrard to a new contract, citing the player’s important contributions to the club.

Gerrard served as Liverpool captain in 2003, leading his side to win the Champions League in 2004-05. He appeared in all 18 matches of Liverpool under Rodgers this season and has shown no sign of decline by scoring one goal each against Fulham and Aston Villa.

Rodgers believes that Gerrard has “still got so much left”, adding that the player has a genuine desire to achieve successful feats. The player was able to leave a footpr1nt for Liverpool since he joined in 1998, with former teammate Neil Mellor saying that it impossible for him to leave. 

Upcoming Match – Bet Early Now!

Liverpool are included in this season’s Europa League round of 32! Watch out as they visit Zenit St. Petersburg on February 15, 2013 at 1:00 (+08:00 GMT). Bet at top Malaysiabookmaker now where the Reds are at 1.930!

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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Football Betting News: Arsenal Score Five over Hapless Reading

FOOTBALL BETTING NEWS – Arsenal began to penetrate the Premier League’s top five as they recorded a marvellous win over Reading 2-5 in Monday’s fixture. Santi Cazorla’s hat-trick brought The Gunners forward.

Lukas Podolski opened scoring by converting Kieran Gibbs’ cross. Cazorla added his first of three goals in the game through a header that went past through Reading’s feeble defence. Within two minutes, the Spaniard beat keeper Adam Federici to the goal to add his second one.

Towards the second half, Cazorla proved successful in his aim to leave a footpr1nt for Arsenal by scoring his third through an assist from Podolski.  Reading responded with two goals within five minutes each from Adam Le Fondre and Jimmy Kebe.

Theo Walcott effectively finished off Reading’s threat of a comeback attempt through a fine finish. The result served as to redeem Arsenal’s hopes of a top-four finish, despite a lacklustre start to the season.

Upcoming Match

Watch out as Arsenal face Wigan Athletic next in Saturday’s Premier League on December 22, 2012 at 20:45 (+8:00 GMT).  The Gunners are favourites at 1.800 and the Latics have a 0.5 handicap at 2.140! Bet at top Malaysia bookmaker now!

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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Football Betting News: QPR Win for the First Time This Season

FOOTBALL BETTING NEWS – Queens Park Rangers have ended their long wait for a first Premier League win this season, as they saw off Fulham through a brace from Adel Taarabt for a 2-2 home win.

QPR dominated possession throughout the match, as Taarabt started to leave a footpr1nt by scoring from 25 yards on the 52nd minute. The Moroccan midfielder added another one by deflecting the ball past Fulham defender Brede Hangeland.

The result raised QPR’s table ranking to 19 after staying at 20th since November. Manager Harry Redknapp praised Taarabt for his vital performance, saying that he and the rest of the side remain hopeful of tackling the tough test of avoiding relegation.

Upcoming Match

Will QPR succeed in escaping the bottom three of the league table? Bet at online football bookie Malaysia as they face their next league opponent Newcastle United. The Magpies are favourites at 1.780. QPR bettors need at least a draw to win through a 0-0.5 (0.25) handicap! 

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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Avoid Danger from Big Bad Wolf Fans: PFA Considers Adding Protective Netting on Pitches

THE LATEST ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE NEWS – Following the coin-pelting incident that injured Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand in last Sunday’s Manchester league derby, the Professional Footballers’ Association is now thinking of surrounding pitches with protective nets.

Gordon Taylor, PFA chief executive, said that such move is necessary to protect the players from erring fans seeking to leave a footpr1nt in matches through pitch invasion and throwing random objects on the pitch.

Daily Mail pundit Jamie Redknapp, for his part, called on players to restrain from taunting opposition fans so that they could avoid flying objects from angry fans. He said that players have to be responsible for their actions on the pitch.

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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Rising from 9GAG Ridicule: Torres Brace Help Earn Benitez’ First Chelsea Win

THE LATEST ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE NEWS – Fernando Torres’ efforts to improve his disappointing form at Chelsea paid off as he scored a brace on Sunday’s league game against hosts Sunderland 1-3.

The Spanish striker opened scoring on the 11th minute and followed up a 45th-minute penalty to bring visiting Chelsea 0-2 by the end of the first half. Compatriot Juan Mata found the back of the net four minutes into the second half.

Adam Johnson’s strike on the 66th minute proved inadequate to match Chelsea’s dominance at the Stadium of Light. The Blues’ league victory is a first for interim manager Rafael Benitez, who constantly sought to leave a footpr1nt at the club since his takeover from Roberto di Matteo.

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Friday, December 7, 2012

Exciting Samsung Galaxy Camera: Celtic Win Over Spartak Moscow in Champions League

THE LATEST UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE NEWS – Celtic continued their fine form on Wednesday after overtaking Spartak Moscow 2-1 through a late-game penalty.

Gary Hooper opened scoring after Spartak’s defence leaked. The Russians responded through an Ari finish. An unfair challenge on Georgios Samaras gave a penalty for the Bhoys, with Kris Commons eventually converting the effort.

Seeking to leave a footpr1nt in European football, Celtic have proven fine form in the Champions League this season. They gained acclaim after winning over giants Barcelona in one of their group games.

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Thursday, December 6, 2012

Just Like Failing to Win Suzuki Cup 2012: Man City Loss to Dortmund Sends Them Out Of Europe

THE LATEST UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE NEWS – Premier League champions Manchester City exits the Champions League without clinching a Europa League slot following their defeat to Borussia Dortmund 1-0.

None of Roberto Mancini’s men was able to score against Dortmund, which needed a strike from Julian Schlieber in order to retain the top spot in the group stage. City were not able to leave a footpr1nt in the competition, as they exit without a win in six games.

City’s disappointing record of three points in the table is a scanty reflection of their expensive squad. They became the first English side in the competition that failed to record a single game in the group stage match.

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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Speculating WhatsApp: Chelsea Will Not See Return of Avram Grant

THE LATEST ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE NEWS – Despite persistent reports, Chelsea have not reached out to former Avram Grant regarding an assistant role to interim manager Rafael Benitez.

Rafa went on without winning his three games for Chelsea after taking over from the reins of Roberto Di Matteo. Fans showed disapproval of the Spaniard’s takeover, noting his days as Liverpool manager in which his side had a bitter rivalry against the Blues.

Grant managed to leave a footpr1nt of positive impression to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich. He led the Blues as their interim manager in 2007-08 and brought them to the Champions League final. Under him, the Stamford Bridge side never lost a league home game.

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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Must Be Sturdy Like AFF Suzuki: Ferguson Complains about United’s Defence

THE LATEST ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE NEWS – Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson lamented his side’s apparently weak defence after their 4-3 win against Reading.

The seven-goal thriller saw all of the goals come in during the first half, with United trailing twice before Robin van Persie’s 34th-minute winner.

Ferguson noted that the match featured United’s “worst defending of the season”, as his side have easily conceded three goals, initially compromising their chances to win w1th ease.

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Monday, December 3, 2012

Another Twilight Impasse: Chelsea, Fulham, End Match in Stalemate

THE LATEST ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE NEWS – Rafael Benitez’ Chelsea have yet to see a convincing victory following another goalless draw at Stamford Bridge over Fulham in Wednesday’s Premier League match.

Fans lowered down their booing on Rafa after greeting him with widespread dissent on his first match against Manchester City. Chelsea held ball possession at a better rate than Fulham, yet the hosts failed to convert opportunities, particularly from Ramires and David Luiz.

Fulham threatened to win w1th ease through John Arne Riise, who almost slotted in chances through the hosts’ woodwork. Hugo Rodallega attempted to score, but his effort ended in Petr Cech’s save.

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