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Barcelona v Atletico Madrid Betting Preview

How do you keep Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez quiet? Great question and maybe Atletico Madrid’s stellar defence has the answer. Saturday brings around a top two clash in La Liga as Barca host Atletico in a scrap for surface, both sides sitting on 48 points. But if there’s one defence in Europe that can stop Barcelona’s power attack it is Atletico’s which has conceded just eight league goals all season. San Diego Simeone’s men avoid defeat at the Nou Camp or will the home side find a way to break them?

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Barcelona v Atletico Madrid Betting Tips

This one should grab attention amidst all the FA Cup matches going off in England. This is a scrap at the top of La Liga, with both level on points, but Barcelona holding a game in hand over Atletico. So that means the visitors are really going to need to put a win on the board to get a big boost in the title race. Barcelona also have a far superior goal difference too. Barcelona have gone unbeaten in their last eleven league games against Atletico though and have won nine of those eleven. That’s impressive and they are also unbeaten in their last nine at the Nou Camp against Atletico too (W7 D2). What’s more impressive is in that stretch of nine home games, Barcelona have averaged 3.44 goals per game against Atletico Madrid.

They have also averaged 3.44 goals per game in their last 18 home matches in La Liga, a run of unbeaten form at the Nou Camp in the Spanish top flight. It’s easy to win games when you have Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez in your starting lineup and between them they have scored Barcelona’s last six league goals. Messi is 4/5 outright favourite in the anytime goalscorer market with Luis Suarez and Neymar at 5/4. Lionel Messi has scored in each of his last three league games (five goals), his best run of the season. This is the second league meeting of the season between the two clubs, with Barca taking a 2-1 win at the Vicente Calderon back in September, with Messi scoring the winner.

So Barcelona have an incredible attack, but Atletico Madrid are basing all their success off of a great defence. They have been incredible at the back shipping only the eight league goals from their 21 matches played in La Liga. They have gone unbeaten in their last five league games (W4 D1) and haven’t conceded in any of those. So they are going along nicely and Diego Simeone’s men have lost just the one of their last fifteen league matches (W11 D3 L1). So they are equally as impressive in their own right. Antoine Griezmann has netted 12 league goals this term for them and is 5/2 to net on Saturday.

Atletico have been level at 0-0 at the break in each of their last six league matches and you can back this one to be the same in a 0-0 half time score for a price of 2/1 with Unibet for this one. They are pretty decent road side having won their last three away from home in the league and they haven’t conceded in their last three away games either. You have to go back to 2013 for the last time that they earned four clean sheets in a row away from home though. This is the ultimate test for their defence, one of the best in Europe. They need the three points though so can’t just try and constrain for the ninety minutes.

Barcelona v Atletico Madrid Betting Odds

Barcelona 1/2, Draw 3/1, Atletico Madrid 6/1

Barcelona v Atletico Madrid Predictions

Barcelona have the head to head form,they have the goals and form to find a way through Atletico’s tough defence. Barcelona are looking for their sixth straight win over Atletico in all competitions and with the goalscoring power that they possess, you have to back their offense over the visitors’ defence. Home win and look over 2.5 goals.

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29th January 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: European Football

Champions League Betting

The surviving sixteen teams in the UEFA Champions League who have either fought or cruised their way through to the first knockout stage, each know now who they will be facing. There are some fantastic looking games to come as well including a massive showdown between last season’s losing finalists Juventus and one of this season’s tournament favourites Bayern Munich.

Manchester City look to have landed the easiest time of the last three English sides left in the competition, with Arsenal having had the worst luck in the draw in having to take on outright favourites Barcelona. First legs are scheduled to take place on 16-17 and 23-24 February and then the return legs are on 8-9 and 15-16 March.

Draw in full

Gent v Wolfsburg

Roma v Real Madrid

Paris St-Germain v Chelsea

Arsenal v Barcelona

Juventus v Bayern Munich

PSV Eindhoven v Atletico Madrid

Benfica v Zenit St Petersburg

Dynamo Kiev v Manchester City

Arsenal v Barcelona Preview

Once again the Gunners pay a heavy price for moving through to the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League without winning the group. They drew the short straw of the Round of Sixteen draw as they have to go into battle with Barcelona. The Catalans were the ones that everyone wanted to avoid, given the way that they are going this season.

The Gunners have played seven matches in the UEFA Champions League before against Barcelona have only taken the one victory in all of them. Arsenal hold a W1 D2 L4 record against the Catalans, including the 2005/06 Final when Samuel Eto’o and Juliano Belletti netted two late goals to sink the Gunners.

Their most recent coming together was in the 2010/11 UEFA Champions League season when Arsenal won at home 2-1 despite getting heavily outplayed in the match before losing the second leg out in Spain 3-1. That followed an elimination at the hands of Barcelona in the 2009/10 season, the Gunners losing 6-3 on aggregate.

This is a tough pill for Arsenal to swallow and they start at home as 4/1 underdogs for the first leg on February 23rd, with Barcelona 11/13 to win the clash in North London.

PSG v Chelsea Preview

For the third season running Chelsea will have to go toe to toe with PSG. The Blues were dumped out of last season’s tournament at the round of sixteen, the French outfit winning through on away goals in a thrilling match up. In the 2013/14 coming together, it was Chelsea who got through the tie on away goals after losing the first leg 3-1 in Paris but landing the required 2-0 win back at home.

The two sides also met in the 2004/05 Group Stage, with Chelsea winning 3-0 away from home before playing out a 0-0 draw back at the Bridge. Chelsea actually have a really good head to head record against French sides, losing four of their previous 14 meetings against sides from Ligue 1. They have never lost at home against a French side, and PSG have earned just one victory over English opposition in their last eight.

It is a tough one to call but you feel that Chelsea will have to at least get a draw in the first leg in Paris on February 16th to stand a reasonable chance. Chelsea are 7/2 underdogs for the first leg, with PSG in at 4/5 and growing in UEFA Champions League stature season by season.

Manchester CIty v Dynamo Kiev Preview

Finally Manchester City get a good draw in the round of sixteen. That is the huge difference between winning our group and finishing second. The Citizens have the easiest draw of the three English sides left in the competition clearly but five years ago City were expected to have the better of a meeting with the Ukrainians but ended up losing in the round of sixteen against them. That was in the 2010/11 season with Kiev winning 2-0 at home and losing 1-0 in Manchester.

Given the battling experience that City put in during their group stage, they should fare better this time around go as even money favourites to win the first leg away from home, with Dynamo Kiev at 5/2 to triumph in it. That has been the only previous meeting with a Ukrainian opponent for City. The game will be played behind closed doors, as punishment dealt to the Ukrainians because of racist attacks on Fans in their group match against Chelsea. Dynamo did go up against Chelsea in the group stage this season, holding the Blues to a 0-0 draw on home soil before losing 2-1 at the Bridge. They have taken just two wins over English opponents in their last 13.

Match of the Round

While the Arsenal v Barcelona game should bring huge interest, as well as Roma v Real Madrid, without a question the match of the round is going to be Juventus v Bayern Munich. The Italians went all the way to the final last season of course before being stopped there by Barcelona. It was such an impressive campaign from them, build on defensive stability and touches of craft going forward. Juve are also unbeaten in their last four games against German opposition as well. But they go as 14/5 underdogs for the first leg, which is in Turin.

Bayern Munich look to be the only ones capable of beating Barcelona to the title this season and they are even money to win the first leg of their round of sixteen meeting with Juventus. They last went up against each other in the 2012/13 quarter finals, winning both fixtures by a 2-0 scoreline. After losing their first three games against Luventus, Bayern are now unbeaten in the last four against them, winning the last three on the trot. Bayern have also won their last five games against Italian sides. The Gemrans go as 11/10 favourites to win the first leg.

The Rest

The big Roma v Real Madrid clash should be a pretty entertaining affair, the Italians knocking out Los Merengues in the 2007/08 round of sixteen. Atletico Madrid beat PSV twice when they met in the 2008/09 Group Stage and are favourites to move past the Dutch outfit. Portugal’s Benfica will be out for some revenge over Zenit who beat them twice in last season’s group stage. Wolfsburg, whose victory over Manchester United on Match Day Six knockout out the Premier League club go as favourites against rank outsiders Gent, the two never having met before.

Outright Winner Odds

Barcelona 5/2, Bayern Munich 11/4, Real Madrid 5/1, Man City 10/1, Atletico Madrid 12/1, PSG 14/1, Chelsea 20/1, Juventus 33/1, Arsenal 40/1, Wolfsburg 50/1, 66/1 bar

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14th December 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Champions League Betting

Andres Iniesta (Barcelona)

The international tournament that brings about the FIFA Club World Cup 2015 betting, will be here on December 10th. That is when the FIFA Club World Cup 2015 tournament starts with a Play-Off Round between the winner of the Japan’s J-League (Japan acting as hosts for this year’s competition) and OFC Champions Auckland City.

The FIFA Club World Cup is a coming together of the champions from each of the seven Confederations from around the world. The big guns in the field come from the winners of the Copa Libertadores in South America and from UEFA the Champions League winners. They are the heavy hitters in the competition, which this year runs from December 10th through the 20th and the top two seeded teams, which are this year River Plate and Barcelona, don’t even start the tournament until the semi final stage.


Fifa Club World Cup 2015 Infographic

Last year’s tournament saw CONMEBOL San Lorenzo and UEFA’s Real Madrid enter as the top seeds at the final four stage and they both won through their semi final matches to meet in the final. It’s very likely that again there will be a COMMBEL v UEFA showdown in the final and Barcelona will be running as favourites to win the title for the third time in their history.

The 2015 representatives are:

OFC – Auckland City (New Zealand)
Winners of the 2014/15 OFC Champions League

AFC – TBA (Japan)
Winners of the 2015 J League

CONCACAF – América (Mexico)
Winners of the 2014/15 CONCACAF Champions League

CAF – TP Mazembe (Democractic Republic of the Congo)
Winners of the 215 CAF Champions League

AFC – Guangzhou Evergrande (China)
Winners of the 2015 AFC Champions League

UEFA – Barcelona (Spain)
Winners of the 2014/15 UEFA Champions League

CONMEBOL – River Plate (Argentina)
Winners of the 2015 Copa Libertadores

FIFA Club World Cup 2015 Outright Winner Odds

TBA

FIFA Club World Cup 2015 Free Bet

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Draw Format

So to the draw. The tournament starts with a Play-off Round between the lowest-ranked Confederations, Asia and the Oceania Football Conference. The winner of that will move into the quarter finals where they will be joined by the qualifying teamss from the Asian Football Conference, the Confederation of African Football and the CONCACAF (North and Central America).

The winners of the two quarter finals will then move through to the semi finals where they will face one of the top two seeds, a representative from UEFA and CONMEBOL. This year the winner of the play off round will go on to meet TP Mazembe in the quarter finals and the winner of that will face River Plate in the semis. The winner of the other quarter final between Mexico’s América and China’s Guangzhou Evergrande will meet Barcelona.

The first semi final is on December 16th with the second on 17th and the Final and Third Place Match both being played in Yokohama on December 20th.

FIFA Club World Cup 2015 Event History

The event was first stages in 2000 when Brazil’s Corinthians took a win over fellow Brazilian side Vasco da Gama in the final. The tournament disappeared then from 2001 through 2004 because of some complications FIFA were having including a lack of support. However, the FIFA Club World Cup 2015 was resurrected in 2005 when Brazil’s Sao Paulo beat Liverpool 1-0 in the final.

Brazil continued its grip on the FIFA Club World Cup with Internacional beating Barcelona in the 2006 Final but then it was all about Europe mostly from then on out. AC Milan snapped the Brazilian dominance with the 2007 title, beating Argentina’s Boca Juniors in the final. Manchester United claimed it in 2008 while Barcelona got their hands on the Club World Cup title in 2009 and 2011, sandwiched by a title for Inter Milan.

Corinthians won their second title in 2012 against Chelsea before Bayern Munich restored order for Europe with a 2013 victory and Real Madrid claimed it in 2014.

Records, Stats & Previous Winners

So Barcelona are in with a chance in 2015 to become the first team to win the title three times, currently sat level with Citations on two wins each. From the eleven previous finals, there has only been two non-European and non-South American clubs to have made it to that stage. That was TP Mazembe in 2010 and Raja Casablanca in 2013, both from the CAF.

So UEFA and CONMEBOL clubs have the high standings in the competition and the way that the draw is set up well, it is geared towards a showdown between the respective representatives from the two powerhouses of football Confederations. Overall, UEFA have produced seven winners and three runners-up, while CONMEBOL has produced four winners and six runners-up.

FIFA Club World Cup 2015 Prediction

The way that the tournament is set up, it is likely that it will be a River Plate v Barcelona final. This is River Plate’s first appearance in the FIFA CLub World Cup while for Barcelona it is their fourth. You would have to put your money on Barcelona to beat anyone in the world with the front line that they have at their disposal.

Barcelona should be walking off with their third title considering that they only have to beat the winner of América and Guangzhou Evergrande in the semis to get to the final. It is a long trip to Japan for such as short stay, but the European Champions should come back successful.


5th December 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Paddy Power

There’s a great promotion running for new customers who follow the links on this post and register an account with Paddy Power this weekend. If you do that you can snap up a massive enhanced odds deal and on top of that, you will also qualify to earn yourself a free £10 bet for the rest of the Premier League season.

First of all the enhanced odds deal. As a new Paddy Power customer you can back at enhanced odds of 16/1, Manchester United, Inter Milan, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona all to win on Saturday.

You have to place your first bet (a maximum of £10) on Man United, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona and Inter Milan all to win their fixtures on Saturday at the regular odds on the site. You will be paid out at those odds if the wager wins and then get free bets to top up to the enhanced odds value.

There is extra, superb part to the deal as well, the chance to earn free bets! After completing the enhanced odds offer, when you make a qualifying bet of £10 each week at odds of 1/2 or greater before midnight on Sunday, then you will receive a free £10 bet back in your account. The promotional period is through to the end of this season’s Premier League and you can get a free bet each week until then as long as you stay in the promotion by making a qualifying bet each week!

What’s the forecast for the enhanced odds? Pretty decent as Manchester United have won their last seven at Old Trafford against West Ham, Inter have lost one home game in Serie A this season, winning five of the other six and they take on Genoa at the San Siro who are just above the drop zone. Barcelona are Barcelona and can crush anyone. They hit the road to go to Valencia while second placed Atletico will be looking for comfortable time at Granada who have won just two league games all season.


4th December 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Ronaldo - Neymar (Real Madrid v Barcelona)

Real Madrid v Barcelona Betting Preview

The action from the Bernabeu could well be the highlight of the sporting weekend. The two are scrapping it out for supremacy once again at the head of La Liga and it is Barcelona who go into the game with a three point advantage over their rivals. Will the Catalans be able to extend their lead or will they be hauled back by Los Merengues? After his injury issues, Lionel Messi may even be back in action for the mouthwatering El Clasico action.

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El Clasico 2015 Infographic

Real Madrid v Barcelona Betting Tips

Hopefully this will be a treat for fans and punters alike. The last nine clásicos in La Liga have seen both sides score, the longest such run since 1946-1952 (13 games in a row). You can back both teams to score in this one for a price of 1/2 with online betting site Bet365. Real Madrid are currently running on a 22 match unbeaten streak in La Liga, winning nineteen of those. They have only shipped the one goal in their last five there as well, so a pretty powerful home side. They did suffer a 3-2 loss at Sevilla in their last league match on the road just before the international break though. Prior to those three goals conceded, they had conceded just four in ten.

Real Madrid have only won two of their last seven La Liga home games against Barcelona (D1 L4) though so not an immediate banker. They have only won three of their last 12 home fixtures against the Catalans in all competitions as well. Real Madrid boss Rafa Benítez has lost six of his 10 games as manager in La Liga against Barcelona (W3 D1). Cristiano Ronaldo isn’t particularly on fire this season, not by his high standards and of our teams to have fired in the most shots on target in La Liga this season (Real Madrid, Barça, Celta and Sevilla), Madrid are the side with the worst conversion ratio (13.8%). Ronaldo, who has eight league goals this season, is an 8/11 anytime goalscorer option.

So there is a chance that Lionel Messi will be back for Barcelona. He has been involved in eight of the last nine Barcelona goals against Real Madrid at Bernabéu in all competitions (five goals, three assists). If Messi scores in this game, he would become “El Clásico” top scorer in La Liga (he currently has 14 goals, level with Di Stéfano). Messi is an even money price to hit the back of the net on Saturday. Although the last 17 Barcelona goals have been scored by either Neymar (nine) or Luis Suárez (eight) and they are both even money anytime goalscorers as well.

Neymar has been involved in 16 of the last 19 Barcelona goals in all competitions (10 goals, six assists). He’s having a massive season for the Catalans. Barcelona have lost two of their last three La Liga away games (W1) but they have scored in each of their last 15 La Liga away games and not only that, they have averaged 2.7 goals per game on the road in that sequence. Huge game and each of the last seven meetings in all competitions have gone over 2.5 goals. This one is likely to go the same way.

Real Madrid v Barcelona Betting Odds

Real Madrid 6/4, Barcelona 7/4, Draw 13/5

Real Madrid v Barcelona Predictions

Tough game to call and hopefully the goals will be flying around left, right and centre. Neither side have really been at their very best, not by their own standards but they are still a class above most others. Real Madrid have struggled for wins on home soil against the Catalans, but given their defence it may be worth swinging for a draw in this one.

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21st November 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: European Football

Paddy Power

Games don’t come much bigger than the El Clasico and it is that time of the season when Real Madrid and Barcelona go head. This is the first of the season’s league meetings in the Spanish top flight. Hosts Real Madrid will be looking to close the gap on their rivals, who are top of the league by three points over Los Merengus.

Real Madrid are unbeaten in their last 22 league games on home soil, winning nineteen of them. Barcelona have lost two of their last three away games in La Liga and Real Madrid are unbeaten on home soil this germ. but then Barcelona have averaged 2.7 goals per away game in their last ten and have won four and lost just one of their last seven visits to Madrid in the league.

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21st November 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Coral

Will Cristiano Ronaldo be the center of attention in the star studded El Clasico on Saturday from La Liga. The Real Madrid man will be carrying the weight of the Real Madrid attack on his shoulders and with a converted penalty from him in each the last two home league fixtures against Barcelona, he could have a big influence in the game.

Ronaldo scored in both league meetings last season against Barcelona and look for him to get on the scoresheet before the break as six of the eight league goals he has netted this season have been in the first 45 minute of action. So will Ronaldo outshine Barcelona’s Neymar and Luis Suarez and potentially Lionel Messi (who may be back from injury)?

It is another huge El Clasico match in La Liga and more often than not this is when the best rise to the occasion. Real Madrid take a W4 D1 unbeaten home record this season in La Liga into the game, whereas Barcelona have lost two of their last three on the road.

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21st November 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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The big El Clasico from La Liga is on Saturday night and it should be one of the highlights of the weekend. Real Madrid go off at home against Barcelona and Los Merengues will be on the hunt for three points which will draw them level on points with their rivals at the top of the table.

Barcelona, even without Lionel Messi around, have charged to the top of the table, benefitting from big inputs from Luis Suarez and Neymar in front of goal, while Real Madrid have looked to Cristiano Ronaldo once more to fire them along in their hunt for silverware. Madrid are unbeaten at home under Rafa Benitez this season, but they will be tested by Barcelona.

Cristiano Ronaldo has only netted eight league goals this term, not a high return by his standards, and five of those goals came in one match. So he isn’t having the best of season, but usually when the big games come, Ronaldo is there front and centre.

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20th November 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Coral

Wednesday night brings around some more top quality UEFA Champions League betting action and it will be the turns of Chelsea and Arsenal to try and do the Premier League proud. Chelsea go off at Stamford Bridge against Dynamo Kiev where they are odds-on to win while the Gunners have a much tougher time on the road at Bayern Munich.

Barcelona will look to march towards the knockout stages of the competition as well as they host Bate Borisov. Bayern are 2/5 to win their match against Arsenal, while Barcelona are a heavy 1/10 odds-on favourite price to put the win on the board over Bate Borisov at the Nou Camp.

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3rd November 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Paddy Power

The UEFA Champions League is back for Match Day Three action on Tuesday and online betting site Paddy Power have launched an enhanced odds treble for you to get your teeth into. This is a new customer exclusive for those who register with the bookmaker through the links on this post.

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Bayern Munich have won their last two visits at Arsenal as they head back to the Emirates to try and make it three wins from three in this season’s group stage. The Gunners have lost their first two matches of the group and they are facing a Bayern Munich side in hot form having won their last twelve matches on the bounce this season.

Barcelona look to have a comfortable match on the road at Bate Borisov on Tuesday as they look to continue their march towards the knockout stages while Chelsea have a winnable match on the road as well as they head to the Ukraine to face Dinamo Kiev.

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19th October 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions










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