Championship coming down to wire

There are many issues still to be settled in a compeitive championship again this year. Promotion is firmly in Norwich’s hands needing just 5 points from the last 3 games to guarantee their Premiership status for next season, but who will join them. It is looking betwnn Leeds and Sheffield United, both 5 points back and this could even go down to goal difference. As far as play offs are concerned, it looks like the

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The Spurs Go Marching On

It was wonderful to see a little bit of “Justice” introduced to football. One of the best games i have seen in many years and on the “biggest” stage in football. Manchester City in their quest for a quadruple finally came up against “A Level Playing Field” and it has been a long time coming. I was one of the unfortunate viewers of their FA Cup quarter final against Swansea when VAR was not permitted

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Free Membership

The football betting club algorithm is just about to complete it’s second season and still produces over 70% success rate when forecasting the match result. At this point in the season across all divisions, there are many meaningless games so we are offering ALL algoritm predictions across ALL four divisions from now to the end of the season FREE. We will still, however post our selections based on the algorithm but ONLY on game where

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Who cares about the Champions League

It may be the case that four of the World’s greatest football clubs meet tonight in the quarter-finals of The Champions League. And that the eyes of The World will be upon the Camp Nou and the Allianz Stadium. But some may say there is a far more important battle taking place at The American Express Community Stadium where Cardiff City F.C. are fighting to stay in the top English division. By anyone’s standards Cardiff

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United at the Nou Camp

Do Manchester United have a chance? Tonight Ole and his Manchester United team travel to the Nou Camp to face the mighty Barcelona in the Quarter Final 2nd leg of the Champions League. Memories of 1999 and more recently a last 16 miracle against PSG will surely give them a boost in their quest to do what no other team has done in the last 30 games at the Nou Camp in the Champions League..

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Tuesday Night Value

There is some good value bets on thje football lower leagues tonight. Exeter away at Macclesfield at a very generous 6/4 and Newport at home to Swindon at 7/5 both look worth a punt in League 2. League One sees Charlton travel to Wycombe and at 23/20, that will do for me. A full championship program over Tuesday/Wednesday and my best fancies are as follows: Derby away at struggling Blackburn at 7/5 and Swansea at

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Arsenal away day woes

The race for the top 4 and champions league football is hotting up and Arsenal could have suffered a very costly defeat at Everton. The 4 contenders for 2 places are seperated by 3 points with 6 games to go but who should be the most worried? Arsenal have won 10 in a row at home but only 4 of their last 12 away from home and with trips to Watford, Wolves and a resurgent

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Ole needs to win ALL 6

After a fantastic start to his Manchester United tenure and his confirmation of the job full time, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer fell back to earth with a giant thud as Wolves inflicted a damaging defeat to Uniteds Champions League ambitions. This United team has got flair, pace and craft at the top end of the field but behind the exciting attacking options there is no real class and it will be difficult to attract the talent

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Not Sorry Sarri

Chelsea caught a break and surely fuelled the VAR debate yet again!!!.  Craig Pawson and his assistants duly delivered 3 points to Chelsea and dealt Cardiff a desperate below the belt blow in their quest for survival. It’s no consolation to Neil Warnock and Cardiff City that next season Chelsea’s equaliser would have been reviewed by VAR and the goal disallowed. This was not the only decision the referee got wrong which had a direct

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Street Football

With all the negative hype about racism making the headlines, it was great to see all the things we grew up loving in football dished out in abundance at Celtic Park. Who says the emergence of foreign players has taken away some of the passion and rivalry in this world renowned derby. It certainly was “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” This was a real man’s game of football with crunching tackles, duals all

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