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Soccer – Pellegrini baffled by City’s lack of confidence

October 31st, 2014 / bet365

Manuel Pellegrini has admitted that his Manchester City side’s poor recent form is causing him some concern. After throwing away a two-goal lead in the 2-2 draw with CSKA Moscow in the Champions League, City were beaten by West Ham United at the weekend before crashing out of the Capital One Cup to Newcastle United on Wednesday. To add to Pellegrini’s woes, David Silva and Yaya Toure could miss Sunday’s derby against Manchester United after picking up injuries in the 2-0 home defeat to Alan Pardew’s side. “We are not playing well,” Pellegrini admitted. “There is a lack of confidence that we must sort out as soon as possible. It is not normal to see this team playing this way.” City can be backed at 8/1 with bet365 to beat United 2-1 in the Manchester derby, with Sergio Aguero available at 20/21 to score at any time in the match.

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Bournemouth v Brighton: Cherries ripe for backing

October 30th, 2014 / betfair

The third live Championship game of the weekend sees the division’s hottest side host fast-falling Albion and Andy Tongue makes the home win his best bet of the lot…

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Man United set to edge derby after tight Top Trumps analysis

October 30th, 2014 / ladbrokes

After evaluating each side in the categories that matter, it’s the Red Devils that prevail

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Soccer – Pellegrini won’t make case for Rooney

October 30th, 2014 / bet365

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has said Manchester United will be dangerous regardless of whether or not captain Wayne Rooney starts for the visitors in Sunday’s Premier League derby. Louis van Gaal’s expensively-assembled troops make the short trip across the city hoping to snap a three-game winless run against their local rivals but with doubts about the fitness of England striker Rooney. The 29-year-old – the record goalscorer in Manchester derbies having scored 11 in 22 games – has sat out the last three games because of suspension but reports have suggested he may now also miss the Etihad Stadium showdown because of a new injury. Pellegrini says he will not be celebrating if the former Everton favourite fails to make the highly-anticipated derby and accepts the former champions have numerous other threats to keep his players on their toes. He said: “I think Rooney is a very important player for Manchester United but I think that big teams never depend on one player. They have enough important, creative players to replace him.” Manchester City are currently priced 3/4 by bet365 in the match betting and the draw is quoted 11/4. Manchester United are available to back in the 90 minutes market at 7/2.

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Rugby League – O’Loughlin in with a chance

October 30th, 2014 / bet365

Steve McNamara has said Sean O’Loughlin is “definitely improving” and suggested he could make late changes to his England side to face Australia in the Four Nations. The former Bradford Bulls coach has named the same 17 for the crunch clash against the Aussies at AAMI Park in Melbourne on Sunday knowing victory means they will qualify for the final in Wellington on 15th November. McNamara has said injuries may yet force him to make late changes to the side that beat Samoa 32-26 in England’s tournament opener in Brisbane on Saturday. O’Loughlin missed last weekend’s victory because of a quad muscle injury, but McNamara has refused to rule the 31-year-old powerhouse out of his plans to take on Tim Sheens’ side. “Those that were unable to train are making decent progress. Sean O’Loughlin is definitely improving and we will continue to monitor him throughout this week,” he said. “It is really difficult to name a team earlier in the week. A firmer decision will be made towards the weekend, when we arrive in Melbourne.” England and are now quoted 7/1 by bet365 in the 2014 Four Nations outright winner betting and Australia are available to back in the same market at 11/10.

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Soccer – El Clasico now in the past for Enrique

October 30th, 2014 / bet365

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique has said he will have no problem motivating his players for Saturday’s La Liga visit of Celta Vigo to Camp Nou. The Spanish leaders conceded and lost for the first time this season when suffering a 3-1 defeat to title rivals Real Madrid in the capital on Saturday in Enrique’s first El Clasico since taking charge in the summer. Enrique said his players have already moved on from the setback and are determined to get back to winning ways against Eduardo Berizzo’s men this weekend. “It’s never nice for a Barca fan to see their team lose but I am not especially upset about it. If anything, it’s renewed our motivation,” he told a media conference. “At the end of the day, we are joint leaders after nine games and for me it’s much more important to be top of the league than to have beaten Real Madrid.” The 44-year-old also said he would have no issue losing again to Carlo Ancelotti’s men and champions Atletico Madrid this season as long as Barca end up winning the title. “I’d happily settle for getting beaten at Camp Nou against Madrid, Atletico and anybody else as long as we end up winning the title.” Barcelona are currently priced 1/8 by bet365 in the match betting and the draw is quoted 15/2. Celta Vigo are available to back in the 90 minutes market at 16/1.

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Premier League: Fatal flaw threatens Chelsea title push

October 30th, 2014 / betfair

Chelsea are huge favourites to win the Premier League, but they need to quickly suss out how to hold onto a lead…

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Against All Odds: Brazilian duo to go goal crazy

October 29th, 2014 / betfair

The action comes from South America for Paul Robinson today as he thinks that Luverdense and Avai will serve up a few goals.

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Soccer – Lambert to stay patient with Benteke

October 28th, 2014 / bet365

Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has suggested it might take striker Christian Benteke “six or seven games” to get his match fitness back and promised a response against Tottenham on Sunday. The West Midlands giants lost their fifth straight game without scoring in a 2-0 defeat against strugglers Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road on Monday in what was only fit-again Benteke’s second appearance since returning from the serious Achilles injury that forced him to miss the World Cup in Brazil this summer. Lambert said it may take some time before Villa supporters see the best of £7million signing Benteke again but urged them to keep faith with the 23-year-old Belgium international. “The injury he had was really severe,” he said. “He might have to wait for six or seven games before he’s really up to speed. “There’s signs he’s getting there.” Lambert suggested he will not be losing sleep over his side’s current goal drought and promised a reaction when Tottenham visit Villa Park in the Premier League. “I tend not to get them too down on that,” replied the Scot, when asked about his side’s lack of goals. “I think they’ll come out of the traps on Sunday.” Aston Villa are currently priced 2/11 by bet365 to finish in the bottom half of the Premier League and 7/2 to be relegated at the end of the season.

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Soccer – Berahino backed to handle the pressure

October 28th, 2014 / bet365

West Brom boss Alan Irvine thinks Saido Berahino can go on to become one of the greats of English football if he can keep his feet on the ground. The 21-year-old is the top-scoring Englishman in the Premier League so far this season, his late penalty in the 2-2 draw against Crystal Palace being his fifth goal in the last four matches. “I think he can become an elite player, as long as he goes about his job in the way he is doing now – on the field and off it,” said Baggies boss Irvine. “Some people can’t handle the pressure, they get distracted, so it’s important he takes everything that’s going on at the moment in his stride.” West Brom face a Bournemouth side in the Capital One Cup that won 8-0 at Birmingham City on Saturday. Berahino is available at 5/1 with bet365 to be the first goalscorer against the Cherries and at 6/4 to find the net at any time against the Championship outfit.

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