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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..
A Blue Point of View
by RACHACE on 22 Oct at 22:40
West Ham United v Manchester City, Saturday 25th October (12:45ko) Preview Firstly welcome to my blog and my preview on Premier League matches involving my club Manchester City. This week I'll be writing about our 9th Premier League match, our opponents are East London's finest, West Ham United. This is my personal favourite when it comes to London away days, West Ham have a great support that has always come across to me as very normal and down to earth support, that can't be said of the support for some of their London neighbours and I can honestly say that no matter the result I've always enjoyed my trip to Upton Park as a visiting fan. The 3 time FA Cup winners have a generally local fan base that's large in numbers and loyal. They maintain this..
Garanti Koza WTA Tournament of Champions Preview
by botev1921 on 23 Oct at 19:06
The Garanti Koza Tournament of Champions is the very last official event of the WTA calendar and this year for the last time it will take place in Sofia, Bulgaria. While this event is considered something of a consolation for those girls who had a good enough year with a title to their name but were just short of the quality required to make it to the top 10, it is still a good event with a lot of interesting matches if we take the last couple of editions. Being the last possible moment for finding good value bets on women’s tennis, it is also worth looking at it from a punter’s perspective as tennis fans will have to wait more than a month to get things back running. Since my tennis blogs have always received good feedback, I decided..
McGladrey Classic ( PGA Tour ) 2014 Preview
by The rabbit on 19 Oct at 15:48
Matt Kuchar will be competing on the PGA tour this week when he competes in the McGladrey Classic from the 23rd October until the 26th October 2014. This tournament was first staged in 2010 and it is hosted by Davis Love III and it is part of the FedExCup schedule and the winner will obtain 500 points. The Seaside course at Sea Island in Georgia has been the venue since 2010 and the past four champions of this tournament with their final scores are - 2013 Chris Kirk - 14 2012 Tommy Gainey - 16 2011 Ben Crane - 15 2010 Heath Slocum - 14 The Course The Seaside course is a par 70 of just over 7000 yards with two par 5's and four par 3's and is not surprisingly by the coast so wind can be a factor here. The course is on..
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..
World Series 2014 Preview
by undertherobe on 21 Oct at 22:52
In just a couple of hours time, the 2014 World Series gets underway as for the first time in a 162 game season, the Fall Classic will be played out by two teams who failed to reach 90 wins during the regular season. The postseason can be merciless and regardless of how well a team has played during the preceding months, if it doesn’t turn up when it matters then it’s going home. Kansas and San Francisco both sneaked into the postseason through the Wildcard round but thoroughly deserve their place tonight with the Kansas City Royals winning all eight postseason games in 2014 and the San Francisco Giants losing just twice. So, how did they get here and how do they match up? San Francisco Giants @ Kansas City Royals Kansas City Royals (89-73, 2nd in AL Central) San Francisco Giants (88-74,..
Swansea v LEICESTER CITY. Premiership October 25th.
by davidg3907 on 23 Oct at 22:47
Swansea v LEICESTER. Premiership October 25th. A few poor results have tarnished the great start Leicester had to the season. Can they get the season back on track against Swansea who have a similar profile? SWANSEA v LEICESTER CITY The biggest plus here may be that it is live on TV. Leicester’s recent performance on live TV was of course the fantastic win over Manchester United but going back to last season, three games that stick in my mind were the wins at Watford and Burnley along with a demolition job on Derby at the King Power. LEICESTER’S APPROACH It is time for Leicester to take a more positive approach now, similar to how they started the season. Performances..
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