Celta Vigo vs Valencia predictions | By: Florin66

[Translation] Which La Liga club fits each Premier League team?

Good morning lads and lassies of soccer. To celebrate that the Bundesliga finally comes back I bring you the transcripton/translation of a pretty interesting video I had watched some time ago, related (and literally titled) "Which La Liga team fits each team of the Premier League?"
Now, I know the issue about fans that have simpathy for "second" teams is polarizing and as we all know after last year, it can become something completely vomitive, but this video is indeed trying to give fans of Spanish clubs reasons to like a particular English club, and with that said, tbh I believe at the end of the day most fans, plastic or not, do feel at least some simpathy for some clubs above others excluding their own. From the small town fan who supports their local club but also the "big" team that challenges for the league in the top division, to the Ultra that hates every club of their country that isn't his but do likes a foreign club of which he befriended their respective Ultras in the past, I'm pretty sure that most football fans do feel at least a bit of simpathy for some particular club of a foreign league.
But well, that discussion shouldn't be the topic of this. The fact is that these Spaniards of the video do like particular English clubs and to guide other similar Spaniards analyzed the situation and created this "guidebook" about which Premier League club "currently" fits each La Liga club, and that is what will be shown here.
With a last emphasis in the "currently", there's nothing else to say as preview. Just remember that these aren't my opinions and I'm only sharing what they decided.

Newcastle United & Athletic Club

Crystal Palace & Getafe

Liverpool & Real Madrid

Norwich & Valladolid

Bournemouth & Eibar

Burnley & Alaves

Sheffield United & Mallorca

Brighton & Levante

Leicester & Villarreal

Southampton & Leganés

Watford & Granada

Chelsea & Atletico Madrid

Tottenham & Sevilla

Manchester United & Valencia

Everton & Real Sociedad

Manchester City & Barcelona

West Ham & Espanyol

Wolves & Real Betis

Aston Villa & Celta de Vigo

Arsenal & Osasuna

*and that's it. Hope that you liked it as I did. Do you have any opinions about how to make this even more accurate? feel free to share them.
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Soccer Picks fro Saturday November 9th

Soccer Machine Learning Model Picks (La Liga, Premier League, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, Serie A)
Record: 11W-14L-0P, 41.36% ROI, $20.68 profit (with $2 bets)
Note that the model is still in beta - we're tweaking and adjusting as we go, so wouldn't recommend betting too much on it. Last Sunday we had a great day, but today was a bad day where we won only 1/5 bets. With that in mind, here are the picks! The percentages are the probabilities produced by the model.
Picks for Saturday, November 9th:
La Liga
Ligue 1
Premier League (all bets on home team, apparently)
Serie A
Feel free to check our website for win probabilities for all matches this weekend (will be posting on Reddit as well). Sign up (for free) and click on any soccer match - our prediction is named "Torneo proprietary model". Note that we're currently only displaying probabilities for win/loss.
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A preview of the 2018-2019 La Liga Season!

As the Premier League kicks off today, we are now a week away from the 88th season of la Primera División. Girona will kick off against promoted Real Valladolid to start what will surely be an exciting season of Spanish football. Of course, the Spanish transfer window does not close until the 31st of August, so there still moves to be made. First let's take a look at the 20 teams competing...
Autonomous Community # Teams Teams
Community of Madrid 5 Atlético Madrid, Getafe, Leganés, Rayo Vallecano and Real Madrid
Basque Country 4 Alavés, Athletic Bilbao, Eibar and Real Sociedad
Catalonia 3 Barcelona, Espanyol, and Girona
Valencian Community 3 Levante, Valencia, and Villarreal
Andalusia 2 Real Betis and Sevilla
Aragon 1 Huesca
Castile and Leon 1 Real Valladolid
Galicia 1 Celta de Vigo
Castilla La Mancha, Canary Islands, Murcia, Extremadura, Balearic Islands, Asturias, Navarre, Cantabria, La Rioja 0 No teams in La Liga
For the first time ever, there will be five La Liga teams in Madrid (2 less than the 7 London-based Premier League teams, 1 Paris team, 2 Rome teams, 1 Berlin team).
La Liga Favorites
Barcelona FC
Real Madrid 2017-2018 Finish: 3rd
Atlético Madrid 2017-2018 Finish: 2nd
European Contenders
Valencia 2017-2018 Finish: 4th
  • Valencia is back in the Champion's League, and Marcelino begins his second season as manager of the club with high expectations. Their target according to the manager? Concede just 30 goals in La Liga (conceded 38 last year, only Barcelona (29) and Atletico (22) conceded less). This is a big season for the club, as it's their centennial year (founded in 1919).
  • Valencia kept Kongdobia (perhaps their MVP) and added Daniel Wass, the impressive Danish midfielder who finished with 9 assists in La Liga last season (tied for 5th). Valencia also added Michy Batshuayi on loan and Mouctar Diakhaby, a CB from Lyon who will help with their depth. Valencia are also confident that young standout Gonçalo Guedes will return, as he's expressed his desire to return to the club permanently.
  • The issue with Valencia is depth - can they do it not only in one competition, but two? Champion's League football will be a big (but exciting) burden, and their board has stressed they need players. Atlético disappointment Gameiro may join the club as well.
Villarreal 2017-2018 Finish: 5th
  • Back in Europa League for the 5th season in a row, Villarreal are looking to do better than their last two round of 32 exits in the competition.
  • El Submarino Amarillo added Espanyol standout forward Gerard Moreno, who will be one to watch, alongside other purchase Karl Toko Ekambi who scored 17 goals in Ligue 1 last season. Villarreal also added Santiago Cáseres as a Rodri replacement.
  • Fan favorite Cazorla is back, earning a contract after recovering from his horrid injury and playing this pre-season. Lovely to see him back on the pitch.
Real Betis 2017-2018 Finish: 6th
  • "ALWAYS. WATCH. BETIS!" became the phrase around the Sevillian club last season, as they finished a surprising 6th place in Quique Setien's first season as manager. Setien has said himself that Betis did one one year what they thought they'd do in three (qualify for European competition).
  • The club is an exciting one to watch, but will miss the outstanding Fabián, who joined Napoli after the club paid his €30 million buyout clause. However, the club reinforced well this summer, adding Portuguese standout William Carvalho (€20m) and CB Sidnei from Deportivo (~€5m). Additionally, they impressively added Sergio Canales, Inui and Joel Robles and Pau Lopez all on free transfers. Betis needed a keeper better with the ball at his feet than Adan, so both Robles and Pau should do well for them.
  • The biggest move for Betis was adding Marc Bartra last January. 13th in the table when he joined, Bartra helped propel Betis to a 6th place finish as they won 10 of their final 17 matches. Players to watch this season include Loren Morón, who impressed down the stretch. And Joaquin of course.
Sevilla 2017-2018 Finish: 7th
  • Finishing behind rival Betis was a disaster for Sevilla, who find themselves with an exciting new manager, Pablo Machín from Girona.
  • Losing standout CB Lenglet will hurt Sevilla, who look to replace him with youngster Joris Gnagnon from Rennes. Sevilla also added back Aleix Vidal from Barcelona, and are looking to make a few more moves before the deadline closes (Andre Silva).
Promoted Sides! (Malaga, Las Palmas, and Deportivo relegated)
  • Rayo Vallecano - the Madrid club out of Vallecas returns to La Liga after being relegated in 2015-2016. After finishing first in the Segunda, Rayo lost top scorer Raul De Tomas who returned to Real Madrid (signed a new contract, will be loaned out again) and youngster Fran Beltrán to Celta (€8m release clause with a lot of drama)
  • Huesca - joins La Liga for the first time (!) after finishing second in the Segunda.
  • Real Valladolid - finished fifth in Segunda but were promoted to La Liga after defeating both Sporting Gijón and Numancia (who beat Zaragoza) in the Segunda playoffs. First time in La Liga since 2013-2014.
New Managers
Team Old Manager New Manager
Celta Vigo Juan Carlos Unzué Antonio Mohamed (from C.F. Monterrey)
Girona Pablo Machin (left to Sevilla) Eusebio Sacristán (from Real Sociedad)
Real Madrid Zinedine Zidane Julen Lopetegui (from Spanish NT)
Real Sociedad Imanol Alguacil Asier Garitano (from Leganes)
Huesca Rubi Leo Franco
Sevilla Joaquín Caparrós Pablo Machin (from Girona)
Espanyol David Gallego Rubi (from Huesca)
Leganes Asier Garitano Mauricio Pellegrino (from Southampton)
Athletic Bilbao José Ángel Ziganda Eduardo Berizzo (former Sevilla manager, fired post cancer)
Teams to watch:
  • Athletic Club - new manager Berizzo hopes to lead Athletic back to the top half after a dismal 16th place finish last season. Losing Kepa (and previously Laporte) hurts, but the club hopes to rebound and now has a manager who is ready to handle the pressure and improve the side.
  • Girona - the small Catalan club excelled in their first season in La Liga, finishing 10th, but Machin is gone along with other key players such as Pablo Maffeo (who will be missed in La Liga, especially the quotes from his father!)
  • Real Sociedad - another disappointing finish for a basque club, La Real finished 12th last season and hope to improve. Club legend Xabi Prieto is gone, but Mikel Oyarzabal is keen to take his place. Adding Theo on loan helps for depth, and Mikel Merino joins the club from Newcastle. Losing Odriozola hurts as well, but La Real are keen to make a move for Sevilla standout Pablo Sarabia.
Relegation candidates:
  • Hate to say it, but the three promoted sides: Rayo, Huesca and Valladolid.
  • Leganes: can't score. The small team of Madrid hasn't reinforced their squad well enough this offseason (yet) and are favorites outside of the recently promted teams to go down.
  • Alaves (disaster in the first half), Girona, Levante, Espanyol
Young talent to watch out fotalent perhaps not known outside of Spain:
  • Maxi Gomez - super impressive for Celta last season, and was linked with a possible €40-50m move to the Premier League
  • Unai Núñez - impressive CB from Athletic
  • Mentioned earlier: Mikel Oyarzabal, Rodri, Gerard Moreno
  • Impressive last season: Samu, Pione Sisto, Pablo Fornals
  • Others: Aleix García, Iñigo Córdoba, Portu, Gabriel Appelt Pires, Djené Dakonam, Junior Firpo, Gorka Guruzeta
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Pre Match Thread: FC Barcelona vs PSG [CL]

CL - Round of 16 - 2nd leg - Wednesday 20:45 CET - Camp Nou
There was a mood of doom of gloom after PSG put four goals past Barça in the first leg of their Champions League round of 16 tie. But the last three weeks have provided plenty of time to digest that hefty setback, and going into the return leg the atmosphere is surprisingly upbeat.
No team has ever managed to turn around a four-goal deficit in UCL knockout history, but after seeing some glorious football in the last two games at the Camp Nou, there is a very strong belief among both players and fans that on Wednesday night from 8.45pm CET, we could be about to see one of the most remarkable comebacks in sporting history.
Barça are on a 14-match winning streak in the Champions League and few would dare bet against an extension of that run. But can they get the goals they need against another of the strongest teams in world football? While also ensuring that they don’t concede any at their own end? Just one PSG goal would leave the Catalans needing a minimum of six…
Nobody is saying it won’t be difficult. Very, very difficult. But as Luis Suárez said in his pre-match conference, “if any team can do this, Barça can.” We can but dare to dream…


Press conference
Barça boss Luis Enrique knows full well what a difficult task lies ahead, but like his players, knows that if they give it their best shot, anything might happen. “We have to score a lot of goals, which we have done plenty of times before” he told a packed pressroom on Tuesday. “But let’s not get crazy, tomorrow we have nothing to lose and everything to win.”
“I am certain that at some point we will be close to evening up the score. And when get close, you raise morale, and your opponent starts getting discouraged.”
PSG coach Unai Emery knows Barça well from his days in La Liga as coach of Almería, Valencia and Sevilla and despite his team's advantage in the tie, he is taking nothng for granted. "We are playing against a great team and I have great respect for FC Barcelona. We have to try and continue from the first leg, attack and defend and win the individual battles," remarked the Basque boss.

Squad news

Ter Stegen, Cillessen
S.Roberto, Piqué, Mascherano, Umtiti, Alba, Digne
Rakitic, Busquets, Iniesta, Arda, Rafinha, Gomes
Messi, Suárez, Neymar, Alcácer
Masip, D.Suárez not called up
Vidal, Mathieu injured
Jeremy Mathieu and Aleix Vidal are both out with ankle injuries. But otherwise Barça, who trained for the last time on Tuesday morning, go into the game with the full works, with Javier Mascherano and Arda Turan both back to peak fitness.
Areola, Aurier, Ben Arfa, Cavani, Descamps, Di Maria, Draxler, Kimpembe, Krychocwiak, Kurzawa, Lo Celso, Lucas, Marquinhos, Matuidi, Maxwell, Meunier, Nkunku, Pastore, Rabiot, Motta, Silva, Trapp, Verratti
There were question marks over the heads of two of the most influential PSG players at the Parc des Pinces, Adrien Rabiot and Angel di Maria, but both are reportedly good to go and have been included in the squad. Former Barça man Thiago Motta, who missed the first leg though suspension, has also managed to put his calf trouble behind him.

Form guide

WLWWWW | last: 5:0 W vs Celta Vigo
A repeat of any of Barça’s three earlier results in Champions League games at the Camp Nou this season would be enough to at least take the game with PSG into extra time. Celtic were battered 7-0 and both Borussia Mönchengladbach and Manchester City went down 4-0. What’s more, either the 6-1 defeat of Sporting Gijón or 5-0 rout of Celta in the last two Liga games would also suffice. So it’s not as if Barça are being asked to do anything that they haven’t already done before.
WWDWWW | last: 1:0 W vs Nancy
But they are up against a PSG side that’s on an unbeaten run of 14 games in all competitions, including an impressive 5-1 win in the French classico away to Marseille just ten days ago. It still leaves them three points adrift of Ligue 1 leaders Monaco, but finding weak spots in a team on such fine form is not going to be easy.

Last encounter

14.02.2017 - PSG 4:0 Barça [Liga] | Post Match Thread | Highlights | Match Report
Barça are totally outplayed by a brilliant PSG.
Ter Stegen - Sergi, Pique, Umtiti, Alba - Iniesta, Busquets, Gomes - Messi, Suarez, Neymar
Subs: Rafinha (Gomes 58'), Rakitic (Iniesta 73')
1:0 - Di Maria
2:0 - Draxler
3:0 - Di Maria
4:0 - Cavani
NEYMAR, Ter Stegen
Match Analysis Thread
Post match reactions
  • imperuvio: Shades of Bayern - Believe me when I say this. Go watch the match in 2013. Either leg, doesn’t matter. Today was a carbon copy, except much worse. - This is why people have been crying Lucho out since last season. Some have been worried and rightly so, because something like this could happen again. And it did. - Do you know why we are outnumbered when we attack? Do you know why we are outnumbered when we defend? Do you know why Neymar has to dribble through everyone? - Because our midfield sucks. - Wait, no. We don’t have a midfield. - That’s right. A Barcelona team without a midfield. We would make Cruyff roll in his grave. I'm not just talking about the midfield three. I'm talking about the whole team functioning as a unit in the middle of the park. Yes that means you Roberto. - Do we even practice rondos anymore? Do we even fitness anymore? With all due reverence to Messi and Iniesta, in over a decade of watching them, both had their worst games on the same day, in the worst occasion possible. - Iniesta uninspired, Messi was the worst player on the pitch tonight. - I can accept a loss. But this is not the way to lose. Absolutely shameful and we deserved to lose by more than four goals. Yes you read that right.
  • kostya8: This must be what our opponents' fans usually feel after playing us. Barça has had many bad games, but rarely ones where we get completely dominated for 90 minutes. Always feels weird. - That aside, the team has to be ashamed for this performance, and Emery made Lucho look clueless. The defense easily crumbled under pressure; the midfield was fucking non-existent; Busquets constantly overextending; every single second ball went to PSG; acres of space between the lines... Add to that a complete lack of urgency even when 3-0 down. Just terrible. Hats off to PSG though, unbelievable display. - That being said, if there is a team that can dig themselves out of a deep hole, it's Barcelona. Let's not forget that we still have the best attacking force in the world. I si tots animem, guanyarem.
  • decho: As a long time Barca fan, this is one of the worst performances I have ever witnessed. No plan, no strategy, no tactics. Emery and his team seemed like they were on cocaine. Outsmarted and outplayed us, period. The result itself is embarassing, but the pill that is hard to swallow is that we played like utter shit.
  • det0xx: This has been Barcelona's season in a nutshell. Play absolutely like shit and hope to be saved by individual brilliance. I've said it few times already but I'll say it again Luis Enrique has been found out. Hes not a tactician. He is stubborn and sometimes his subs don't make sense. Not only that but I truly believe he shares no motivation to the players. Can't blame him fully because at a club like Barca it's stressful and the demand is high.

History, Stats, Facts

This is the fourth time that the sides have met in the Champions League since April 2013. Before the fateful meeting three weeks ago, Barça were on a three-match winning streak against the French club, although none of those results (3-1 and 2-0 at home and 3-1 in Paris) would be enough to prevent Barça from missing out on the quarter finals for the first time since going out to Liverpool in 2007.
  • FC Barcelona’s 5-0 win over Celta Vigo on Saturday marked a full round of matches in the league without defeat, since losing to the same side in October.
  • This is the first time this season that Barça have strung together six consecutive wins in the league (Athletic Club, Alavés, Leganés, Atlético Madrid, Sporting Gijón and Celta Vigo were the teams in this streak)
  • Leo Messi is the first player this season to score in six consecutive league matches, in which time he has netted eight goals.
  • Every time Samuel Umtiti has started a league match for Barça, the Catalans have won. That’s 15 out of 15
  • Most goals in La Liga: 23 - Messi | 20 - Suárez | 18 - C.Ronaldo
  • Most assists in La Liga (whoscored): 9 - Suárez, Kroos | 8 - Neymar, Piatti | 7 - Messi
  • Most goals & assists in La Liga: 30 - Messi | 29 - Suárez
  • Best rating (whoscored) in La Liga: 8.45 - Neymar | 8.34 - Messi | 7.78 - Suárez
  • Best rating (whoscored) in La Liga: 7.18 - Barça | 7.13 - Real Madrid | 6.98 - Atlético Madrid | 6.90 - Sevilla
  • Most goals in La Liga: 76 - Barça | 67 - Real Madrid | 49 - Sevilla | 48 - Atlético Madrid
  • Least goals conceded in La Liga: 19 - Villarreal | 21 - Barça | 22 - Atlético Madrid | 26 - Real Madrid
  • Best GD in La Liga: +55 - Barça | +41 - Real Madrid | +26 - Atlético Madrid | 20 - Sevilla
  • Best striker duo in european leagues: 43 - Messi & Suárez
  • Undefeated streak in La Liga: 19 games
  • Undefeated streak at home: 18 games

Photos and Videos



  • Vote - 64% were correct against Celta Vigo
Where to watch the game

Other games

07.3 - 20:45 : Arsenal 1:5 Bayern [CL] 2:10
07.3 - 16:15 : Napoli 1:3 Real Madrid [CL] 2:6
08.3 - 17:00 : Barça vs PSG [CL] 0:4
08.3 - 16:15 : Dortmund vs Benfica [CL] 0:1
09.3 - 21:05 : Celta Vigo vs Krasnodar [EL]
Next game
12.3 : Deportivo vs Barça [Liga]
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Smart thing to do or not?

Leagues are starting soon and I was making a bet that seems really good and factor is 200 and I wonder if this is smart thing to do, i know im playing on obvious games but i was thinking of it for couple hours and couldnt think of 1 thing that can go wrong and winning 2k by trying it out for 10€ doesnt seem wrong. Bet:
Chievo - Juve 2&2+
Lazio - Napoli BTS
Torino - Roma x2
Atalanta - Frosinone 1
Bayern - Hoffenheim 1&2+
Dortmund - Leipzig BTS
Freiburg - Eintracht Frankfurt x2
PSG - Caen 1-1&3+
Nantes - Monaco x2
Arsenal - City x2
Valencia - Atletico Madrid x2
Celta Vigo - Espanyol - 1x
Barcelona - Alaves 1
Hertha - Nunberg Team 1 to score over 0.5
Wolfsburg - Schalke Team 2 to score over 0.5
Newcastle - Totenham Team 2 over 0.5
Werder Bremen vs Hannover Team 1 to score over 0.5
Factor 218
I think this is really safe
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Deportivo vs Rayo Vallecano odds, preview and predictions

Sunday 01/02/2016, 20:30, Spain Primera Division, Round 22 Deportivo vs Rayo Vallecano Preview One week after denying Valencia victory at home, Rayo Vallecano start and other match in a strong fashion and scored early in the game. By halftime, they were already three games ahead of Celta Vigo and a dedicated the remaining 45 minutes to defending the lead. If they managed to pull off something similar against Deportivo their chances to avoid relegation will improve significantly. Deportivo vs Rayo Vallecano Odds At 188bet Deportivo 1.80, Draw 3.40, Rayo Vallecano 5.00 Deportivo vs Rayo Vallecano Tips Deportivo achieve something almost incredible by avoiding defeat for two straight months and as a result climbed all the way to the sixth place. Unfortunately for them, 2016 was largely disappointing and the team is still searching for its first victory after six games. Three defeats and just as many draws are hardly the way to start the new year, but there are reasons to expect a better outcome tonight. The home side still misses three players, but they are evenly scattered across all three departments, so it should be easier to replace them. The emphasis is on strengthening the back line, because Deportivo allowed at least one goal in all the games played this year, while scoring few of its own. Rayo Vallecano is ravaged by injuries and it is nothing short of a miracle that they managed to play so well over the last two weeks. Elimination from Copa del Rey is going to help them rest key players, so they will avoid picking up additional injuries. Even so, the fact that the backline Mrs. three players is going to be a huge problem if the home side decided to play offensive football. Rayo Vallecano has the reputation of playing aggressively both at home and on the road, but this is rather a consequence of their inability to defend narrow lead. As long as they got a chance at scoring goals, they will keep chasing it, even if this means that large breaches will appear in their defenses. Key Facts Rayo Vallecano won just once on the road, while Deportivo lost two out of 10 games at home. In 9 head to head games played in La Coruna, the hosts were invincible and six games ended undecided. Deportivo vs Rayo Vallecano Prediction The biggest threat for punters contemplating the possibility of betting on this fixture is for the game to end undecided. This was the outcome of six head to head games, but as long as 18bet offers odds of 1.80, it is worth considering such a bet. The hosts are virtual he at full strength, while the visitors have six players injured and a couple of footballers doubtful, so they are unlikely to play at 100%. Bet: Deportivo @ 1.80 with 188bet
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Las Palmas vs Celta Vigo odds, preview and predictions

Sunday 31/01/2016, 19:00, Spain Primera Division, Round 22 Las Palmas vs Celta Vigo Preview Las Palmas is yet to win a game on the road, which makes it the only team in the Spanish first flight still chasing a victory away from home. In front of their fans however they been slightly better and their opponents dread the long flights to the Canary Islands. Once again they will have home pitch advantage against Celta Vigo, one of the least predictable teams in the division. Las Palmas vs Celta Vigo Odds At Unibet Las Palmas 2.55, Draw 3.30, Celta Vigo 2.70 Las Palmas vs Celta Vigo Tips Celta Vigo started the season extremely well and for a while they were tied for the lead or within striking distance from both Barcelona and Real Madrid. In 2016, they were unable to win back-to-back victories and they are slowly but surely plummeting through the standings. At the time of writing, they are still clinging to their Europa League place, but they need to improve their performance on the road. One of the things that make Celta Vigo such a difficult opponent is that they are never intimidated by top teams and play the same offensive football. On the other hand, they have dropped plenty of points against mediocre opponents and this could be a huge problem on Sunday. Celta Vigo only has Diaz unfit to play, whereas the home side has three players doubtful ahead of this fixture, including two defenders. The busy schedule is taking its toll and with Las Palmas playing in the Copa del Rey, the footballers have little time to rest. The team is still alive and kicking in the competition and just took on Valencia, so fatigue is going to be a problem. Las Palmas starts as the underdog even when it has home pitch advantage and regardless of what opponent comes to the islands. Against Celta Vigo they will use the same proven strategy of defending with all lines, until they got an opportunity to score on the counterattack. Unfortunately for them, recent games have gone out of hand and they found themselves caught in a game of scoring one more goal than the opponent. Key Facts Celta Vigo has no injured players and no reason to arrest footballers, so they will be hoping to claim all three points against Las Palmas. Home pitch advantage will mean little in this fixture, with the host playing defense and the visitors taking the initiative. Las Palmas vs Celta Vigo Prediction Celta Vigo would make for an interesting bet on the road at odds of 2.55, but punters have a safer alternative at decent odds. At Unibet you can bet on more than 2.5 goals to be scored and enjoy odds of 2.10, a tempting proposition even the defensive weakness showed by both teams in January. Bet: Over 2.5 goals @ 2.10 with Unibet
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Today's Matches [2016-10-16]

Today's Matches

All times shown in GMT.

Serie A
Fiorentina 10 : 30 Atalanta
Genoa 13 : 00 Empoli
Internazionale 13 : 00 Cagliari
Lazio 13 : 00 Bologna
US Sassuolo 13 : 00 Crotone
ChievoVerona 18 : 45 AC Milan

FC Twente 10 : 30 PEC Zwolle
Excelsior 12 : 30 Roda JC
NEC 12 : 30 Feyenoord
ADO Den Haag 14 : 45 Ajax

Süper Lig
Bursaspor 10 : 30 Osmanlıspor
İstanbul Başakşehir 10 : 30 Konyaspor
Fenerbahçe 13 : 00 Alanyaspor
Trabzonspor 16 : 00 Akhisar Belediye

Football League Championship
Huddersfield Town 11 : 00 Sheffield Wednesday

Danish Superliga
Randers FC 11 : 00 Odense BK
FC Nordsjælland 14 : 00 Brøndby IF
FC Midtjylland 16 : 00 AaB

Russian Premier League
Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast 11 : 00 Zenit
Orenburg 13 : 30 Tom Tomsk
Arsenal Tula 16 : 00 Krasnodar

2. Bundesliga
1. FC Union Berlin 11 : 30 Hannover 96
Karlsruher SC 11 : 30 1. FC Nürnberg
TSV 1860 München 11 : 30 Fortuna Düsseldorf

Swiss Super League
FC Sion 11 : 45 Grasshoppers
St. Gallen 11 : 45 Vaduz
FC Lugano 14 : 00 Young Boys

3. Liga
Chemnitzer FC 12 : 00 1. FSV Mainz 05 B
FSV Frankfurt 12 : 00 Fortuna Köln

Premier League
Middlesbrough 12 : 30 Watford
Southampton 15 : 00 Burnley

Belgian Pro League
KAA Gent 12 : 30 Zulte Waregem
Anderlecht 16 : 00 Lokeren
KV Mechelen 18 : 00 KV Oostende

Liga I
FC Voluntari 12 : 30 Târgu Mureș
Steaua Bucureşti 17 : 30 Gaz Metan Mediaș

AIK 13 : 00 Östersunds FK
IFK Norrköping 13 : 00 Malmö FF
Örebro SK 13 : 00 Kalmar FF
IF Elfsborg 15 : 30 Helsingborgs IF
Jönköpings Södra IF 15 : 30 BK Häcken

Ligue 1
Stade Rennais 13 : 00 Bordeaux
Saint-Étienne 15 : 00 Dijon
Olympique de Marseille 18 : 45 Metz

Super liga Srbije
Crvena Zvezda 13 : 00 Čukarički
Mladost Lučani 15 : 00 Vojvodina

1. HNL
Rijeka 13 : 00 NK Osijek
Hajduk Split 15 : 00 RNK Split

Super League Greece
Panathinaikos 13 : 00 Xanthi
Atromitos 15 : 15 Veria
PAS Giannina 15 : 15 Levadiakos
PAOK 17 : 30 Iraklis

Czech Liga
Sparta Praha 13 : 00 Vysočina Jihlava

AFC U19 Championship

Saudi Arabia U19 13 : 30 Thailand U19
South Korea U19 16 : 30 Bahrain U19

1. FSV Mainz 05 13 : 30 SV Darmstadt 98
VfL Wolfsburg 15 : 30 RB Leipzig

IK Start 13 : 30 Tromsø
Molde FK 16 : 00 Sogndal
Odd 16 : 00 Haugesund
SK Brann 16 : 00 Lillestrøm
Vålerenga IF 18 : 00 Stabæk

Termalica Bruk-Bet 13 : 30 Jagiellonia Białystok
Lech Poznań 16 : 00 Wisła Kraków

La Liga
Athletic Club 14 : 15 Real Sociedad
Sporting Gijón 16 : 30 Valencia
Villarreal 18 : 45 Celta Vigo

Austrian Football Bundesliga
SV Mattersburg 14 : 30 Austria Wien

Liga MX
Toluca 17 : 00 Pumas
Puebla 23 : 00 Chivas

Primera División
Lanús 17 : 00 Godoy Cruz
Boca Juniors 19 : 00 Sarmiento
Olimpo 19 : 00 Tigre
Newell's Old Boys 19 : 15 Gimnasia
Arsenal 21 : 00 San Lorenzo
Patronato 23 : 00 River Plate

Campeonato Nacional
Universidad de Concepción 18 : 30 Colo-Colo
Universidad de Chile 21 : 00 O'Higgins

Major League Soccer
Chicago Fire 19 : 00 New England Revolution
DC United 19 : 00 New York City FC
Montreal Impact 19 : 00 Toronto FC
New York Red Bulls 19 : 00 Columbus Crew SC
Philadelphia Union 19 : 00 Orlando City
FC Dallas 21 : 00 Seattle Sounders
Houston Dynamo 21 : 00 LA Galaxy
Portland Timbers 21 : 00 Colorado Rapids
Real Salt Lake 21 : 00 Sporting KC
San Jose Earthquakes 21 : 00 Vancouver Whitecaps

Brasileiro Série A
Atlético Paranaense 19 : 00 Coritiba
Botafogo 19 : 00 Atlético Mineiro
Cruzeiro 19 : 00 Chapecoense
Figueirense 19 : 00 Palmeiras
Internacional 19 : 00 Flamengo
Corinthians 20 : 30 América
Ponte Preta 20 : 30 Santa Cruz
Santos 21 : 30 Grêmio
Sport Recife 21 : 30 Vitória

North American Soccer League
Rayo OKC 23 : 00 Ottawa Fury
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Today's Matches [2017-05-07]

Today's Matches

All times shown in GMT.

Serie A
Udinese 10 : 30 Atalanta
ChievoVerona 13 : 00 Palermo
Empoli 13 : 00 Bologna
Genoa 13 : 00 Internazionale
Lazio 13 : 00 Sampdoria
Pescara 13 : 00 Crotone
US Sassuolo 13 : 00 Fiorentina
AC Milan 18 : 45 AS Roma

Primeira Liga
Sporting Clube de Portugal 10 : 45 Belenenses
CD Tondela 15 : 00 Vitória de Setúbal
Vitória de Guimarães 17 : 00 Arouca
Rio Ave 19 : 15 Benfica

Football League Championship
Aston Villa 11 : 00 Brighton & Hove Albion
Brentford 11 : 00 Blackburn Rovers
Bristol City 11 : 00 Birmingham City
Burton Albion 11 : 00 Reading
Huddersfield Town 11 : 00 Cardiff City
Newcastle United 11 : 00 Barnsley
Norwich City 11 : 00 Queens Park Rangers
Nottingham Forest 11 : 00 Ipswich Town
Rotherham United 11 : 00 Derby County
Sheffield Wednesday 11 : 00 Fulham
Wigan Athletic 11 : 00 Leeds United
Wolves 11 : 00 Preston North End

Danish Superliga
Lyngby BK 11 : 00 SønderjyskE
AaB 14 : 00 Silkeborg IF
Aarhus GF 14 : 00 Viborg FF
FC Midtjylland 16 : 00 Brøndby IF

Russian Premier League
Orenburg 11 : 00 Krasnodar
Rubin Kazan 13 : 30 FC Ufa
Zenit 16 : 00 Terek Grozniy

Segunda División
Tenerife 11 : 00 Lugo
Mirandés 14 : 00 Sevilla B
Almería 16 : 00 Valladolid
Cádiz CF 16 : 00 Gimnàstic de Tarragona
Getafe 16 : 00 Córdoba
Reus Deportiu 18 : 30 Real Zaragoza

Ukrainian Premier League
Stal Dniprodzerzhynsk 11 : 00 Karpaty Lviv
Zirka Kropyvnytskyi 14 : 00 Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk
Dynamo Kyiv 16 : 30 FC Oleksandriya

Scottish Premiership
Partick Thistle 11 : 15 Rangers
Heart of Midlothian 14 : 00 Aberdeen

2. Bundesliga
SpVgg Greuther Fürth 11 : 30 Karlsruher SC
VfB Stuttgart 11 : 30 Erzgebirge Aue
VfL Bochum 11 : 30 Arminia Bielefeld

Swiss Super League
FC Lugano 11 : 45 FC Basel
Lausanne-Sport 11 : 45 St. Gallen
FC Sion 14 : 00 Young Boys

3. Liga
Chemnitzer FC 12 : 00 SC Preußen Münster

Premier League
Liverpool 12 : 30 Southampton
Arsenal 15 : 00 Manchester United

Ajax 12 : 30 Go Ahead Eagles
Excelsior 12 : 30 Feyenoord
FC Groningen 12 : 30 PSV Eindhoven
Heracles Almelo 12 : 30 ADO Den Haag
NEC 12 : 30 AZ Alkmaar
PEC Zwolle 12 : 30 SC Heerenveen
Roda JC 12 : 30 Willem II
Sparta Rotterdam 12 : 30 FC Twente
Utrecht 12 : 30 Vitesse

Belgian Pro League
KV Oostende 12 : 30 KAA Gent
Anderlecht 16 : 00 Zulte Waregem

Süper Lig
Çaykur Rizespor 13 : 00 Bursaspor
Beşiktaş 16 : 00 Fenerbahçe

Ligue 1
Stade Rennais 13 : 00 Montpellier
Olympique Lyonnais 15 : 00 Nantes
Olympique de Marseille 19 : 00 OGC Nice

IFK Göteborg 13 : 00 Kalmar FF
Östersunds FK 13 : 00 Hammarby IF
Jönköpings Södra IF 15 : 30 AFC Eskilstuna
Örebro SK 15 : 30 Djurgårdens IF

Hamburger SV 13 : 30 1. FSV Mainz 05
SC Freiburg 15 : 30 Schalke 04

Termalica Bruk-Bet 13 : 30 Lech Poznań
Pogoń Szczecin 16 : 00 Legia Warszawa

La Liga
Valencia 14 : 15 Osasuna
Deportivo La Coruña 16 : 30 Espanyol
Málaga 18 : 45 Celta Vigo

Austrian Football Bundesliga
Rheindorf Altach 14 : 30 Austria Wien

Slovenian PrvaLiga
Rudar Velenje 14 : 55 Olimpija Ljubljana

Campeonato Nacional
Everton 15 : 00 Colo-Colo
Deportes Iquique 17 : 45 Deportes Antofagasta
Huachipato 20 : 15 Universidad Católica

Haugesund 16 : 00 Sogndal
Strømsgodset 16 : 00 Sarpsborg 08
Tromsø 16 : 00 Kristiansund BK
Vålerenga IF 16 : 00 Stabæk
Viking FK 16 : 00 Sandefjord
Rosenborg 18 : 00 SK Brann

Liga MX
Pumas 17 : 00 Puebla
Santos Laguna 23 : 00 Toluca

Major League Soccer
Minnesota United 17 : 30 Sporting KC
New York City FC 20 : 00 Atlanta United FC

Football League One
Fleetwood Town 17 : 30 Agg 0-1 Bradford City
Scunthorpe United 17 : 30 Agg 0-0 Millwall

Carioca 1
Flamengo 19 : 00 Agg 1-0 Fluminense

Paulista A1
Corinthians 19 : 00 Agg 3-0 Ponte Preta

Mineiro 1
Atlético Mineiro 19 : 00 Agg 0-0 Cruzeiro

Gaucho 1
Novo Hamburgo 19 : 00 Agg 2-2 Internacional

Baiano 1
Vitória 19 : 00 Agg 1-1 Bahia
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Espnayol: Striking Out (February through May 2015)

Espanyol: Stunning Spain
February 2015
Growth Report:
We face 7 games in the shortest month of the year, averaging a game every 4 days as we have to make up for the games missed due to January's cup scheduling. I fear the heavy scheduling could affect our current form.
A torrid month where nothing would click just the way we needed it to led to us dropping down the table and landing in 8th, at least we have some relief in that we are still only two points off of Europe - but unless things pick up quickly that'll count for nothing.
Neymar is still the top scorer with 14 to his name, the Barca forward impressing.
Villalba has turned provider since his move to the wing, now standing top of the rankings with 9 assists.
Oblak took his clean sheet tally to 9, taking the top place.
March 2015
Growth Report:
Kameni was injured during training, missing a few weeks of the month, an important month as it turns out, as we try to get our derailed European charge back on track.
Another negative month as as we fail to win in 4 games and only the two wins in the last 11 games we've played which has seen the momentum completely stopped dead. We are now 7 points off of Europe, having to settle for joint 9th.
Neymar had a very good month, firing in 5 more goals taking his leading tally up to 19th.
Villalba continued his good form for us, 10 assists.
Beto caught up Oblak in the clean sheets charts with 12, as the keepers are winning.
April 2015
Growth Report:
Month opens with Granada trying to poach me for their managers position, though I can't see how dropping down the league to manage a worse club will help me turn Espanyol's season around - which by the way pretty much hinges on the next 6 games.
Things since January have been abysmal, though we are still way above expectations. I can't help but feel disappointed with things, however it couldn't be helped as the clustered scheduling in February dominated things. What really got my goat was the fact we have had three spells since than that were two or three weeks without games, and only two international breaks.
Mandzukic leapt above Neymar in the scoring charts, now on 23 as the leading striker.
Vitolo caught Villalba's total of 10, moving to the head of the assists rankings.
Bravo, the Barcelona keeper, moved to the top of the clean sheets rankings with 15.
May 2015
Growth Report:
Southampton approached me, and I have to admit I was tempted but for a known bug in the game that would have probably seen me sacked by the 13th placed Premier League side, who wanted European football. Instead I decided I owed it to Espanyol to at least try and improve things next season, I will give it until January next year and assess how far things can go here.
And so we finish 10th in a way that showed just how mid table we are, 15 wins with 9 draws was balanced out with 14 defeats as we finished 9 points behind 9th place and a full 8 in front of 11th. We may have impressed going forward scoring 62 in the season, but the defence was awful as we conceded 59. Real Madrid took the title, 4 points ahead of Barcelona, for those that are interested.
Mandzukic finished top scorer for the league, a final tally of 23 goals. Oliveira finished 5th in the charts with 17 strikes from midfield that just impressed me.
Vitollo ended up edging the assists rankings with 11, though our striker turned winger Villalba did well with 10.
Bravo won golden gloves, with 16 clean sheets, Kameni wasn't even close if I'm honest, keeping just 3 clean sheets.
So that ended the season, I am revamping the defence in the summer if I get the budget to do so. We already have Angel coming in on a pre-contract, and I have no qualms about signing 3 more faces if needs be - Of course that's perhaps not the most realistic thing to do, but the investment is needed, which is realistic.
Thanks for reading!
Espanyol: European Enforcements
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Weekend of 11-13 January Tips

I know many offline gamblers like to place their bets for the weekend all at once... so here are my picks. I don't have much to write about every game but I checked the tips from 2-3 sources so I'm predicting about 80 % of them will be right.
Premier League
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