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  • Bank of Scotland Premier League 5-6.08

    Saturday
    16:00 Glasgow Rangers - Dundee United 1.22 - 7.00 - 18.00
    16:00 Kilmarnock FC - Hibernian Edinburgh 2.60 - 3.50 - 2.90
    16:00 Falkirk - Dunfermline Athletic 2.20 - 3.50 - 4.00
    16:00 Aberdeen FC - Inverness Cal. Thisle 1.90 - 3.70 - 5.00
    16:00 Saint Mirren - Motherwell FC 2.50 - 3.40 - 2.85
    Sunday
    Heart of Midlothian - Celtic Glasgow 3.30 - 3.50 - 2.40

    Odds are best found in net.

  • #2
    Did Celtic bring a full team to japan for there match? If so odds on Hearts look tempting. Any know the team news?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Michael_Dub
      Did Celtic bring a full team to japan for there match? If so odds on Hearts look tempting. Any know the team news?
      i know for Stilian Petrov stay in scotland.......

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Michael_Dub
        Did Celtic bring a full team to japan for there match? If so odds on Hearts look tempting. Any know the team news?
        YOKOHAMA F MARINOS (3-5-2) Tetsuya Enomoto; Kurihara, Matsuda (Nakanishi 46), Nasu; Tanaka, Kawai (Ueno 46), Oku (Kano 79), Hirano (Komiyama 69), Yamase (Sakata 56); Oshima, Shimizu (Shiokawa 78).
        Subs: Tatsuya Enomoto, Magrao, Yoshida.
        CELTIC (4-4-2) Marshall (McGovern 46); Lawson, Varga (O’Dea 63), Virgo, Camara; Nakamura (Quinn 65), Lennon, Sno, Thompson; McGeady (Bjarnason 72), Riordan.
        Subs: Miller.

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        • #5
          As nobody has done a preview, I am making one, hoping to be helpful.

          Rangers - Dundee United
          As expected, Rangers made a good start against Motherwell and no doubt they will beat easily poor Dundee United. United has huge problems right now, especially because the owner of the club is interferring too much in the coach's job. The quality of the team is poor, and Brewster cannot invent any magic, so it was no surprise the last week's loss at home, against Falkirk.
          Verdict: Home win, Over 2,5

          Aberdeen - Inverness CT
          Aberdeen took a good draw away, against Hibernian, last week, but the style of play was not wonderful and coach Jimmy Calderwood was not satisfied. Now Calderwood wants a win from his players, especially to leave behind last season, when Aberdeen was pretty poor at home. Aberdeen will host Inverness, a team which has lost only 3 times in the last 19 months, and it will be an interesting game, because Inverness has never won against Aberdeen.
          Verdict: Aberdeen 1 (X), Under 2,5

          Kilmarnock - Hibernian
          Kilmarnock lost against Celtic, but that was not a surprize. Now Kilmarnock host Hibernian, a team which dew last week with Hibernian, playing nicely and creating many chances. Kilmarnock still misses 3 players, Gary Locke, Simon Ford and Alan Combe, whereas Hibernian will welcome back Ivan Sproule, David Murphy and goalkeeper Zbigniew Malkowski, all coming back after suspension. Tough match to predict, between 2 equal teams, so I prefer Under.
          Verdict: Under 2,5

          St.Mirren - Motherwell
          St.Mirren was wonderful last week, winning against Inverness awa from home. Coach Gus McPherson will field the same 11 players of last match. On the other hand, Motherwell will miss again defender Brian McLean, injured. I believe St.Miren took much more than expected against Invernes, now Motherwell must stop them.
          Verdict: X2, under 2,5

          Falkirk - Dunfermline
          Falkirk won deservedly last week, against Dundee United, and now has a great chance to go top table, hosting poor Dunfermline. Dunfermilne will miss Noel Whelan, Scott Thomson, Daren Young, Greg Ross and Jim McIntyre, whereas Andy Todd will miss through suspension. Too many absencies for Dunfermline, so I have to pick Falkirk here.
          Verdict: Home win

          GL!
          take it easy!

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          • #6
            Yes, Rangers won the first match but it was 1:1 at one moment and Rangers did not look so good, in my opinion.
            Last year they wasn't good like the other years and I see them after Celtics and Hearts.
            I think that 1.16 - 1.18 is not a value, even that it is a good value to lay Rangers on exchange sites...
            So, I layed rangers at 1.18 on Betfair.
            Good luck!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by mac_vladan
              Yes, Rangers won the first match but it was 1:1 at one moment and Rangers did not look so good, in my opinion.
              Did you watch the match ? How did they play ?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by blaudio

                Rangers - Dundee United
                As expected, Rangers made a good start against Motherwell and no doubt they will beat easily poor Dundee United. United has huge problems right now, especially because the owner of the club is interferring too much in the coach's job. The quality of the team is poor, and Brewster cannot invent any magic, so it was no surprise the last week's loss at home, against Falkirk.
                Verdict: Home win, Over 2,5
                I don't agree Dundee is poor,in fact I think they can put serious problems at Glasgow against Rangers that languished compared to previous seasons.Of course they are the favourites but the value lays on visitors here.
                I am interested to see whether Rangers will play like in previous game using a 4-5-1 system.
                By time the odds backing Dundee are expected to increase so the value will be even greater.+2 for 1.75 in Fonbet sounds pretty well but we should better wait for some other offers.
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                • #9
                  Rangers are not the ugly team of the last season. Apart form the new players, the difference is made by Paul Le Guen. New spirit, new schemes and much more ambition, considering that Glasgow will not play in Champions League.
                  Rangers won only 2-1 against Motherwell, but should have won 5-1, if you have seen the match. It's just the start of season, and Rangers will only improve...
                  Regarding Dundee United, they have huge problems, not only with the playing style, but especially with relationship among all parts in the club. In this situation, I expect Dundee to relegate...
                  Anyway, you are free to take your decisions, I just gave my opinions...
                  take it easy!

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                  • #10
                    +2 on Dundee is 1.92 in Expekt now
                    Your Asian Handicap Soccer Betting Guide: http://forum.bettingadvice.com/showthread.php?t=91021

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                    • #11
                      I'm a well-known SPL predictor and writer in Turkey..(Pls check this link http://www.superspor.com/detail.php?...zar=26&go=2214 ) And i believe and i strongly believe Dundee United have a great chance against Glasgow Rangers. and last week first goal of Rangers that scored by Sionko was clearly off-side and after Motherwell goal,Rangers has no idea about how they can score.All in all Brewster's only absentee is left-back and midweek Brann Berger's substitute left-back signed.It will make different effect on team.Dundee will NOT a big surprise

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ekas
                        I'm a well-known SPL predictor and writer in Turkey..(Pls check this link http://www.superspor.com/detail.php?...zar=26&go=2214 ) And i believe and i strongly believe Dundee United have a great chance against Glasgow Rangers. and last week first goal of Rangers that scored by Sionko was clearly off-side and after Motherwell goal,Rangers has no idea about how they can score.All in all Brewster's only absentee is left-back and midweek Brann Berger's substitute left-back signed.It will make different effect on team.Dundee will NOT a big surprise
                        Too bad I don't undertstand Turkish. :roll:

                        But I usually bet on lower leagues in Scotland, and I ve seen you've made some predictions for those matches also.

                        From all of these possible winners Dundee, Gretna, Stirling Albion, Cowdenbeath, Elgin and Arbroath, which is better to be played in a double?
                        Thanks.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by blaudio
                          As nobody has done a preview, I am making one, hoping to be helpful.

                          Rangers - Dundee United
                          As expected, Rangers made a good start against Motherwell and no doubt they will beat easily poor Dundee United. United has huge problems right now, especially because the owner of the club is interferring too much in the coach's job. The quality of the team is poor, and Brewster cannot invent any magic, so it was no surprise the last week's loss at home, against Falkirk.
                          Verdict: Home win, Over 2,5

                          Aberdeen - Inverness CT
                          Aberdeen took a good draw away, against Hibernian, last week, but the style of play was not wonderful and coach Jimmy Calderwood was not satisfied. Now Calderwood wants a win from his players, especially to leave behind last season, when Aberdeen was pretty poor at home. Aberdeen will host Inverness, a team which has lost only 3 times in the last 19 months, and it will be an interesting game, because Inverness has never won against Aberdeen.
                          Verdict: Aberdeen 1 (X), Under 2,5

                          Kilmarnock - Hibernian
                          Kilmarnock lost against Celtic, but that was not a surprize. Now Kilmarnock host Hibernian, a team which dew last week with Hibernian, playing nicely and creating many chances. Kilmarnock still misses 3 players, Gary Locke, Simon Ford and Alan Combe, whereas Hibernian will welcome back Ivan Sproule, David Murphy and goalkeeper Zbigniew Malkowski, all coming back after suspension. Tough match to predict, between 2 equal teams, so I prefer Under.
                          Verdict: Under 2,5

                          St.Mirren - Motherwell
                          St.Mirren was wonderful last week, winning against Inverness awa from home. Coach Gus McPherson will field the same 11 players of last match. On the other hand, Motherwell will miss again defender Brian McLean, injured. I believe St.Miren took much more than expected against Invernes, now Motherwell must stop them.
                          Verdict: X2, under 2,5

                          Falkirk - Dunfermline
                          Falkirk won deservedly last week, against Dundee United, and now has a great chance to go top table, hosting poor Dunfermline. Dunfermilne will miss Noel Whelan, Scott Thomson, Daren Young, Greg Ross and Jim McIntyre, whereas Andy Todd will miss through suspension. Too many absencies for Dunfermline, so I have to pick Falkirk here.
                          Verdict: Home win

                          GL!
                          Falkirk at 2.00, Hibernian at 2.60 and Motherwell at 2.62 seem pretty good value for a combo... Any further ideas from Scottish tipsters, thanks


                          Cheers

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by blaudio
                            As nobody has done a preview, I am making one, hoping to be helpful.

                            Rangers - Dundee United
                            As expected, Rangers made a good start against Motherwell and no doubt they will beat easily poor Dundee United. United has huge problems right now, especially because the owner of the club is interferring too much in the coach's job. The quality of the team is poor, and Brewster cannot invent any magic, so it was no surprise the last week's loss at home, against Falkirk.
                            Verdict: Home win, Over 2,5

                            Aberdeen - Inverness CT
                            Aberdeen took a good draw away, against Hibernian, last week, but the style of play was not wonderful and coach Jimmy Calderwood was not satisfied. Now Calderwood wants a win from his players, especially to leave behind last season, when Aberdeen was pretty poor at home. Aberdeen will host Inverness, a team which has lost only 3 times in the last 19 months, and it will be an interesting game, because Inverness has never won against Aberdeen.
                            Verdict: Aberdeen 1 (X), Under 2,5

                            Kilmarnock - Hibernian
                            Kilmarnock lost against Celtic, but that was not a surprize. Now Kilmarnock host Hibernian, a team which dew last week with Hibernian, playing nicely and creating many chances. Kilmarnock still misses 3 players, Gary Locke, Simon Ford and Alan Combe, whereas Hibernian will welcome back Ivan Sproule, David Murphy and goalkeeper Zbigniew Malkowski, all coming back after suspension. Tough match to predict, between 2 equal teams, so I prefer Under.
                            Verdict: Under 2,5

                            St.Mirren - Motherwell
                            St.Mirren was wonderful last week, winning against Inverness awa from home. Coach Gus McPherson will field the same 11 players of last match. On the other hand, Motherwell will miss again defender Brian McLean, injured. I believe St.Miren took much more than expected against Invernes, now Motherwell must stop them.
                            Verdict: X2, under 2,5

                            Falkirk - Dunfermline
                            Falkirk won deservedly last week, against Dundee United, and now has a great chance to go top table, hosting poor Dunfermline. Dunfermilne will miss Noel Whelan, Scott Thomson, Daren Young, Greg Ross and Jim McIntyre, whereas Andy Todd will miss through suspension. Too many absencies for Dunfermline, so I have to pick Falkirk here.
                            Verdict: Home win

                            GL!
                            thanks for the great preview. will be watching the hearts vs celtic match for sure
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by blaudio

                              Falkirk - Dunfermline
                              Falkirk won deservedly last week, against Dundee United, and now has a great chance to go top table, hosting poor Dunfermline. Dunfermilne will miss Noel Whelan, Scott Thomson, Daren Young, Greg Ross and Jim McIntyre, whereas Andy Todd will miss through suspension. Too many absencies for Dunfermline, so I have to pick Falkirk here.
                              Verdict: Home win

                              GL!
                              To be honest only 2 of these players played for Dunfermline in last weeks home defeat against Hearts and one of them was Whelan who was injured after 5 minutes and replaced by the other Todd. They put up a spirited performance against Hearts and I'll expect them to do the same at Falkirk this afternoon in what is a local derby. Looking at the H2H Falkirk have not beaten Dunfermline in their last 4 visits (2wins for the visitors) and the draw looks the most likely option in this match.

                              As well you shouldn't read too much into this but referee Craig Thomson will be in charge of this SPL match. His record with Dunfermline in the only four matches in charge of Pars games last season, Dunfermline won 4-3 at Kilmarnock, drew 3-3 with Rangers on Boxing Day, won 1-0 at both Livingston and Dundee Utd.

                              GL with whatever you choose.

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