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Big Win Pictures! / New Expendables 221x
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Sport Bets / Ligue 1: Dijon v Monaco
« Last post by Hookos on February 21, 2020, 04:23:55 PM »
Ligue 1 continues with 26th round games this weekend. Saturday brings us a match between Dijon and AS Monaco. Three important points are on the table. Monaco need points to continue their battle for Europa League spot and Champions League spot. Dijon on the other hand is trying to climb up from the relegation zone. 

Dijon v Monaco - Season statistics
As mentioned, Dijon is fighting for it's life in Ligue 1. Home team is currently 18th in 20 team league, leaving only Amiens and Toulouse behind. Dijon has 26 points and they are 1 point away from 17th place and two points away from 15th and 16th place. Dijon has 24 goals in 25 games, while allowing 31 goals. They have won 6 games, drawn 8 and lost 11. 

As a home team Dijon is league average. They are 11th in home game standings with 5 wins, 5 draws, 2 losses and 20 points. Dijon has scored 17 home goals, while allowing 13. Mama Balde, Julio Tavares and Stephy Mavididi share the goal leader spot. Each man has 5 goals this season so far. 

Monaco has a long history as one of the best French teams ever. This season has been ups and downs and they are currently 5th in the league with 38 points. Overall Monaco has 11 wins, 5 draws and 9 losses. They have scored impressive 41 goals this season, which is second most in the league. Only PSG has more goal scored (67). While scoring a lot of goals, Monaco is also giving away lots of goals. 40 goals given away is fourth most in the league. 

If Dijon is league average as a home team, Monaco is league average as a away team. Monaco is 9th best away team with 3 wins, 4 draws and 5 losses and 13 points. Monaco has scored 13 goals away, while giving away 19. Monaco has one of the best strikers in the league. Last months player of the month Wissam Ben Yedder has 16 goals this season and is leading the whole league in goals. Monaco's second best goal scorer Islam Slimani has 9 goals. 

Dijon v Monaco - Form in past 5 games
Home team Dijon is currently on 4 game winless streak. In their past five games, Dijon has 1 win, 2 draws and 2 losses. One of the losses was in a French Cup, as they lost to PSG 1-6. In their last 5 league games Dijon has scored 9 and given away 9, which is little under 2 goals per game on average. 21-year-old Mounir Chouiar scored twice in Dijon's last game against Bordeaux. Mama Balde also has two goals in five games. Stephy Mavididi has 3 goals in 5 games. 

Monaco is on 3 game winning streak after losing two league games in a row. Monaco has scored 6 goals in five games, while allowing 7. Monaco's three strikers Islam Slimani, Stevan Jovetic and Wissam Ben Yedder all have 2 goals in 5 games.

Dijon v Monaco - What to bet?
Monaco has had a very unstable season, but they are finally starting to find a rhythm. After two 1-3 losses Monaco has started to win games with low margins and their attacking force is turning games into their favor. Dijon is scoring a lot, but their defense is leaking big time. Against players like Ben Yedder there is no room for sloppiness.

Neither team has kept too much possession in their latest games, but Monaco is creating a lot of chances in their games. Both teams have some injuries, but only remarkable injury is on Monaco's line-up as Gelson Martins is out. Otherwise both teams get a good squad to start. Monaco has better material and their attacking line is deadly. If Dijon can't get their act together defence wise, Monaco will take the three points. 

I'm picking Monaco cause of their current form and lethal attack force. It's likely that Ben Yedder scores, but we go with his team to win.

Dijon v Monaco - The pick

OlyBet 1.96
Lapalingo 1.95
LeoVegas 2.00
Sport Bets / English Premier League: Sheffield United v Brighton
« Last post by Hookos on February 21, 2020, 03:31:24 PM »
27th round of English Premier League starts and Saturday’s matches include a game between Sheffield United and Brighton & Hove Albion. The game is important for both teams, so there will not be lack of stakes. Home team Sheffield is currently 6th in the standings, while Brighton is 15th in this 20 team league.

Sheffield United v Brighton – Starting points to this match
Newly promoted Sheffield United has had phenomenal season so far, and they have climbed up to 6th place in this seasons standings. The Blades are only 2 points shy from 4th place which would guarantee a place in Champions League group stage next season. Competition for the 4th place is tight, as Manchester United, Wolverhampton and Everton are all within striking distance.

Meanwhile, Brighton is fighting for their place in the league. The Seagulls are 15th only 3 points clear from relegation zone. Brighton, Aston Villa, Bournemouth, Watford and West Ham are all within 3 points from each other. Brighton is in a situation, where every lost point is a huge setback in relegation battle.

Sheffield United v Brighton – Season form and form in past 5 games
Sheffield United has 39 points this season. They have won 10, drawn 9 and lost 7 in their 26 matches. The Blades are scoring little over one goal per game on average (28 goals in 26 games), while giving away little under one goal per game (24 goals in 26 games). Sheffield United is 8th best home team in the league. They have 6 wins, 2 draws and 5 losses in 13 home games. They have scored 15 goals at home, while allowing 12.

Brighton has 27 points so far. Their record is 6 wins, 9 draws and 11 losses. The Seagulls score more goals than Sheffield, as they have total of 31 goals this season so far. On the other hand, they have allowed 38 goals this season. Brighton is 3rd to last when it comes to away records. In 13 away games they have won twice, drawn 3 and lost 8. They have scored 14 goals away from home and given away 24, third most in the league.

Sheffield is on a roll, Brighton struggling
Sheffield United is currently rolling in a three game win streak, which includes one FA Cup win and two Premier League wins. In their past 5 games, The Blades have lost only once, against Manchester City 0-1. Before the loss against The Citizens, Sheffield had a 1-1 draw against another English giant Arsenal. Sheffield United has 6 goals in 5 games and they have given away only 3.

Brighton has gone through 7 matches without a win in a row. In the past 5 games they have 3 draws and two losses. 4 of the last 5 games have been against Aston Villa, Bournemouth, West Ham and Watford, all the teams that are fighting against relegation. Brighton has 6 goals in 5 games, while allowing 9.

Sheffield United v Brighton – What to bet?
Sheffield has had a season and a half this year and are doing really well. Important wins against lower placed teams are coming at steady pace and performances against big teams are promising. Brighton has been scoring, but have been giving away goals a lot lately. If their defence doesn’t improve, they will be having a hard time stopping Sheffield, especially when The Blades are hosting the match. Brighton’s goal scoring is relying on 23-year-old Frenchman Neal Maupay, who has 7 goals so far. Maupay has gone 9 games without scoring. Sheffield United has a similar problem. 24-year-old Frenchman Lys Mousset has 5 goals this season, but hasn’t found the net in last 12 league matches. Billy Sharp and Oliver McBurnie have been starting games lately, and The Blades have gotten wins.

Sheffield has no injuries, Brighton is missing Jose Izquierdo and Dale Stephens. Both teams surely want points, but Sheffield United is better team, has better form and home advantage. Might be a low scoring match, where home team finds the winning ways.

Sheffield United v Brighton – The pick

OlyBet 1.94
Lapalingo 1.95
LeoVegas 2.00
Big Win Pictures! / King Kong Cash, almost 1000x
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Big Win Pictures! / Re: Craziest deposit of my life
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Sport Bets / Re: UEFA Europa League: Club Brügge v Manchester United
« Last post by Hookos on February 20, 2020, 11:58:08 AM »
Lates squad updates tell that Scott McTominay is taking part in full practice, but won't fly to Belgium. Also Mason Greenwood will not play. Winter transfer window signing Odion Ighalo might get his first start in Manchester United shirt.
Sport Bets / Re: Soccer Sports bet for Europa League
« Last post by Hookos on February 20, 2020, 11:52:26 AM »
Getafe and Ajax both are good and organized teams defensively. Getafe has given away 1 goal in five and Ajax has given away two. Ajax is also missing Promes. 

These two game knockouts are tricky cause first legs are usually low scoring when home teams are trying to avoid allowing an away goal. But who knows, there's always exceptions. :)

Also Copenhagen v Celtic. Copenhagen has played 8 matches out of their last 10 where there was 2 goals or less scored. Celtic scores a lot in Scotland cause they are basically the only team capable of winning the championship along side Rangers. The skill cap is massive in their own league. 
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