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But one thing is for certain, Hornets boss Nigel Pearson will have been at his side all week to get a reaction from them this weekend. I think we will see one, but if it is tight towards the end, I think it will be a nervous ending for everyone after what we saw last week. Lawro's prediction: 1-2Katie's prediction: 2-1SUNDAY Sheff Utd v Bournemouth (14:00 GMT)Bournemouth have now won two games in a row, and against the teams around them in the table too - Aston Villa and Brighton. Porto have managed 28 points so far while Pacos have eight points, from 11 matches. Home team, Porto goes to this game on the back of four wins and a loss in their last five. They have 11 wins in their last 15 matches, and two losses therein. They have five clean sheets in their last 10 matches and four of their last 10 matches have produced over 2. I figured odds would be bellow 1.70 for the over 2.5 goals but they are just at that line at this moment here at Bet365 which makes for a decent bet, with BATE conceding 5 goals in their opening two league games and they were not top opponents either losing first with 3-1 away at Energetik-BGU and second despite taking the lead 1-0 before the 10th minute of their away games at average Slavia Mozyr they also lost that game with 2-1 in the end. But they do score, and have scored 5 goals with Dinamo Minsk in the cup double leg winning 2-1 on the road and 3-2 at home those two games. Lyon are unbeaten in nine matches at home, winning six of those and drawing three. They have five clean sheets in their last six home matches. They have four straight wins in the French Cup and in each of their last three matches in the competition, they have eliminated Ligue 1 opposition. They have two losses and 11 wins in their last 13 French Cup matches. I cant realize why on Earth Plymouth Argyle is favorite in this game? They are member of League 2 and had some good results lately, but it is not so convincing as bookies think about. They had several 1-0 victories and if you ask me, they are far from favorite in this game. Bristol Rovers lately in League 1 playing fantastic football specially away from home. This is replay match and they love to play on contra attacks and they are most dangerous when they playing in that way. So if you ask me these odds are to good to miss. FC Porto have an easy outing here; they are playing at home and against a newly promoted team that has not posted the best results so far in the league. On 10 straight home wins in the league, Porto will be firm favorites here, facing a side with four losses and a draw in the last five away matches in the league. We will go with a bet on Porto to lead in both halves here. Two goals from Lewis Grabban helped move Nottingham Forest up to fourth in the table with victory over Huddersfield Town, who face the growing prospects of suffering back-to-back relegations. Grabban took his season's tally to 19 goals with a stunning first-half volley which was followed up by a coolly taken finish a minute into the second period. Before Grabban's decisive double, Sammy Ameobi hit the post and blocked a goal-bound Karlan Grant effort at the other end, while Huddersfield also had a compelling first-half penalty appeal turned down by referee David Webb after Alex Pritchard was felled by Ben Watson. If it didn't matter, Klopp could have left half his squad in England to try to beat Aston Villa and reach the semi-finals of the Carabao Cup. He didn't do that. Instead, he took his strongest possible squad to Doha. It also gave them a rest mentally, allowing them to focus on something other than the Premier League for a week. The trip will have done a lot for team bonding too. But ultimately they were there to bring the trophy home, and they have done that. However, the hosts aren’t likely to thump four or five goals here. They’ve scored just 20 times in 18 matches this season. That’s led to some low scoring home games, with 100% of their matches here finishing with fewer than three goals scored. Only 17% have seen more than one goal scored, so we expect a low scoring clash here. Given that form, a win for the heavy favourites with under 2.5 goals scored seems like great value. Full TimePosted at 90'+11' Second Half ends, Bournemouth 1, Arsenal 2. Posted at 90'+10' Attempt missed. Lewis Cook (Bournemouth) right footed shot from outside the box is just a bit too high. BookingPosted at 90'+8' Sam Surridge (Bournemouth) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. Posted at 90'+8' Matteo Guendouzi (Arsenal) wins a free kick in the defensive half. Between them these two sides have scored 150 goals in Serie A this season. They have also conceded 88 goals (44 each) and those totals are likely to be added to during what should be an entertaining game. AC Milan had a poor start to the season but have progressed well in the second half to qualify for the Europa League. Atalanta still have an outside chance of winning Serie A but finishing second would be a great achievement and set them up well for next month's Champions League. Go for over 2.5 goals to be scored in this match. Watch Phoenix Suns v Houston Rockets Live 30.10.2022 https://medium.com/@marinaprikhod92/phoenix-suns-vs-houston-rockets-livestream-93bcb62414b4 ... It could have proved costly, particularly when Villa scored from only their second shot on target to take the lead. In the end Chelsea got the job done but, with 19 attempts on goal, they should perhaps have won by a more comfortable margin. The signing of Timo Werner for next season will hopefully address Chelsea's struggles to make the most of their opportunities but for now, Frank Lampard will hope his current forwards will use the striker's impending arrival as motivation to be more clinical in the end-of-season run-in. But even more remarkably, that Wembley XI would never play together again. Indeed, it proved to be Bradshaw's only cap despite marking Dean out of the game. Scotland did regain the Championship the following year - Gallacher scoring a hat-trick against Wales at Ibrox and a further five in a stunning 7-3 success in Belfast, with Jackson adding two in what he called "the most glorious 90 minutes of my life", before a 1-0 win over England at Hampden. The Premiership, which Celtic lead by 13 points from Rangers, will not be called off until April 23, the earliest date UEFA would accept the abandonment of top divisions to avoid the possibility of being barred from European competitions. Hearts, bottom of the table, have threatened legal action if the season ends early and they are relegated while Rangers have described it as "abhorrent" that certain clubs could be unfairly relegated if the SPFL proposals are implemented. Celtic took a significant step towards a ninth title in a row after thumping Hearts to move 10 points clear in the Scottish Premiership. Neil Lennon's side stretched their winning run since the winter break to eight - and 17 in 18 league games - while Rangers lost at Kilmarnock. Olivier Ntcham opened the scoring, and that lead was doubled seconds after the break by Christopher Jullien's header. Goals by Callum McGregor, Ryan Christie and Jozo Simunovic added further gloss. It has asked the government to change a decree issued last Wednesday which allows matches to go ahead without spectators. Caputo added a second goal just after the hour and Jeremie Boga completed the scoring after 75 minutes in the sixth Serie A match to be played in an empty stadium since Wednesday's decree. The eye-watering sums explain why so much work is going into plans to complete all the competitions - and start next season's, including the logistical difficulty of organising 203 two-legged qualifying ties involving all 55 Uefa nations, to be completed before the middle of October. Despite speculation to the contrary, BBC Sport understands that for sporting, political and financial reasons, Uefa is committed to retaining the inclusivity of its competitions and would only cut access as a last resort. Matty Kennedy: With six goals in his first season and five this term, the winger is a key man for St Johnstone. No-one at the Perth club has scored more goals than the Ayrshire-born Northern Irish international this season, with Aberdeen heavily linked with a move for the 25-year-old former Cardiff City player. Chris Long: Having arrived from Blackpool in the summer as something of a lower-league journeyman in England, the striker has settled in well at Motherwell, with six goals and three assists in 22 games. Assisted by Tyler Walker with a cross. BookingPosted at 90'+4' Matthew Smith (Charlton Athletic) is shown the yellow card. BookingPosted at 86' Nuno da Costa (Nottingham Forest) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. Posted at 84' Attempt blocked. Joe Lolley (Nottingham Forest) left footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Adama Diakhaby. Posted at 83' Offside, Charlton Athletic. David Davis tries a through ball, but Lyle Taylor is caught offside. Assisted by Junior Stanislas with a cross following a set piece situation. Posted at 90'+4' Dan Gosling (Bournemouth) wins a free kick in the attacking half. Posted at 90'+4' Foul by Nabil Bentaleb (Newcastle United). Posted at 90'+2' Corner, Newcastle United. Conceded by Aaron Ramsdale. Posted at 90'+2' Attempt saved. Andy Carroll (Newcastle United) left footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the bottom left corner.


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