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Brazilian Serie A end of season predictions
by Loukaini on 20 Oct at 18:52
The Brazilian Serie A is coming to a close soon, so now is the time to study forms, and look for potential league winners and relegation battles. The Série A is closing on the 7th of December and the battles at both ends of the table are about to get even hotter. At the time of writing, most teams have played 29 games of their allotted 38; with 27 points still on offer from the remaining 9 games, and with both ends of the table being extremely tight, everything can still change. There are just about 1/4 of the league games remaining; having a big part of the complete picture in front of us, now is the perfect time to focus on stats and form for the run-in to the end. If you haven’t been a regular spectator of the league, you..
Why UEFA need to act on the minnows
by undertherobe on 18 Oct at 09:57
I like football at all levels and will always try and watch as much as possible from around the world. International football? Well, not so much. I watched the opening minutes of the England vs San Marino game last week and then thought, what’s the point? England are clearly going to win whether it’s 1-0 or 8-0 and there is absolutely nothing a team like England can learn against countries such as San Marino and surely it’s now time for UEFA to act. I do like the fact that both FIFA, UEFA and the remaining football confederations ensure that all countries, no matter how weak, have the chance to qualify for the major tournaments but the European qualifying event is ridiculous in that it brings together all 54 countries into one big event. We have clear minnow such as Malta, Liechtenstein,..
Blue Bay LPGA 2014 Preview
by The rabbit on 19 Oct at 12:34
The LPGA tour continues it's Asian Swing and moves to China for the inaugural Blue Bay LPGA which will take place from the 23rd October until the 26th October 2014 at the Jian Lake Blue Bay Golf Course, Hainan Island, China. This tournament is co-sanctioned with the the China Golf Association and it will feature 15 of the CLPGA tour’s players amongst the 81 players competing in it. There is no cut. The Course The Jian Lake Blue Bay Golf course is a par 72 of 6817 yards and has four par 5's and four par 3's. It was developed by the Shaoxing Jian Lake Group and opened in January 2012. It has a links style to it as it is located along the south eastern coastline of China’s Hainan Island and features sprawling sand dune waste areas, native beach grasses and..
ISPS Handa Perth International Preview
by jimmywomble on 21 Oct at 23:21
Jacquelin’s form on the Up at Karrinyup The final normal season event for the European Tour before they go into their “Final Series” is the ISPS Handa Perth International, from Perth in Western Australia. This will be the third year of the event and it will once again be from the Lake Karrinyup CC, where Jin Jeong won last year and American raider Bo van Pelt won in 2012. Being on the west coast this will start at 11.20pm on Wednesday 22nd October UK time. The Course & Past Winners Those that played at the WA Open last week on the Australian Tour will have only needed to make the short journey a few miles up the coast from the Cottesloe GC. The Lake Karrinyup GC is a couple of miles inland and is a parkland course stretching 7,143..
Live Football Covered - October 25th to November 1st
by tbuckley on 24 Oct at 00:56
Live Football Covered - October 25th to November 1st After I've finished my shift at work on Friday, I've got 9 days off work to look forward to and I'm certainly going to enjoy it by chilling out with my family on holiday for a few days, a couple of trips to the races including Racing Post Trophy day at Doncaster and with OLBG at Wetherby. Now when I'm on holiday I do look forward to having a complete break from computers, looking at statistics, studying form etc, I'm on computers all day at work and a few hours at night so holiday time is time to put the PC away and forget about the internet. That means no forum posts and no blogs for a week, so my plan with this blog is to cover the TV football matches taking place..
The Southampton Perspective: Saints vs Stoke Preview
by danbradley on 23 Oct at 09:27
The Southampton Perspective: Saints vs Stoke Not many, including myself, were expecting the 8-0 demolition of Sunderland at the weekend. It was Southampton’s biggest win of the Premier League era, during which it has only been bettered by Manchester United’s 9-0 win over Ipswich several years ago. Fortunately for me, I backed Graziano Pelle to continue his goalscoring run and he obliged, scoring the first goal (after the own goal) to mean losses were limited to just -1.5 LSP. It was one of those games, however, where I was happy to take a small loss and simply enjoy the spectacle on show from my team. It can’t be denied that Sunderland were atrocious and played their part in the huge scoreline. Around half of the goals were the direct result of individual or team errors from the visitors, and so I am..
Boxing Treble - Sky Sports/BoxNation/Ch5
by FrankieMonkhouse on 22 Oct at 21:15
There’s a plethora of live punching this weekend with Sky Sports screening all of the action from Hull while BoxNation set up in Liverpool and terrestrial TV viewers are catered for when the Channel 5 cameras travel to Monte Carlo. The sport is thriving and we aim to make your viewing pay. We offer up a betting tip on each of the channels and start with Sky Sports fantastic Saturday fight night card at the Hull Arena in Yorkshire where local lad Tommy Coyle faces ring legend Michael Katsidis for the IBF International lightweight title. Hard-hitting Aussie challenger Katsidis is famous for being involved in some fantastic scraps on British soil, not least a brutal third round stoppage win over Kevin Mitchell at Upton Park in 2010. The 34-year-old has lost four of his seven outings since that night however and..
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