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Match Full Time Bet Score
Norrköping vs Djurgården 0 – 1 54.44%
New England vs Vancouver Whitecaps 1 – 0 86.67%
KuPS vs JJK 1 – 0 65.56%
HJK vs RoPS 0 – 1 52.22%
Tokyo Verdy vs Roasso Kumamoto 1 – 0 52.22%
Consadole Sapporo vs Yokohama F. Marinos 0 – 2 53.33%
Vegalta Sendai vs Sanfrecce Hiroshima 1 – 0 51.11%
Omiya Ardija vs Albirex Niigata 1 – 0 55.56%
Vitoria vs Avaí 0 – 1 51.11%
Internacional vs Londrina 3 – 1 55.56%
Zemplín Michalovce vs Tatran Presov 0 – 1 57.78%
Gornik Zabrze vs Arka Gdynia 1 – 1 50.0%
SKA Khabarovsk vs Anzhi 2 – 0 51.11%
Magdeburg vs Augsburg 2 – 0 63.33%
Karlsruher SC vs Bayer Leverkusen 0 – 3 50.0%
Holstein Kiel vs Eintracht Braunschweig 2 – 1 56.67%
Heracles vs Ajax 2 – 1 76.67%
Westerlo vs Tubize 1 – 1 60.0%
Newcastle United vs Tottenham Hotspur 0 – 2 53.33%
Santos vs Atlético PR 1 – 0 51.11%
Nantes vs Olympique Marseille 0 – 1 82.22%
Rennes vs Olympique Lyonnais 1 – 2 67.78%
Real Estelí vs Águila 1 – 0 68.89%
Exeter City vs Charlton Athletic 1 – 2 76.67%
Chiasso vs Rapperswil-Jona 1 – 0 51.11%
Rochdale vs Scunthorpe United 1 – 1 55.56%
Austria Wien vs LASK Linz 2 – 0 50.0%
Rheindorf Altach vs Salzburg 0 – 1 98.89%
Wiener Neustadt vs Hartberg 1 – 0 50.0%
Spartak Moskva II vs Zenit II 3 – 1 55.56%
Vojvodina vs Partizan 0 – 1 50.0%
Deportes Tolima vs Atlético Huila 1 – 0 65.56%
Rakow Czestochowa vs Chojniczanka Chojnice 0 – 1 52.22%
Stomil Olsztyn vs Podbeskidzie 3 – 1 62.22%
Gateshead vs Guiseley 1 – 0 54.44%
Penafiel vs Famalicão 1 – 1 58.89%
Universidad Catolica vs Macará 0 – 1 61.11%
DPMM vs Home United 1 – 3 62.22%

This Week’s Loses

Match Full Time Bet Score
Kashiwa Reysol vs Sagan Tosu 0 – 0 104.44%
Comerciantes Unidos vs Alianza Lima 0 – 0 100.0%
Southampton vs Swansea City 0 – 0 63.33%
Mineros de Zacatecas vs Alebrijes de Oaxaca 0 – 0 51.11%
Orléans vs Ajaccio 0 – 0 68.89%
Maribor vs Domzale 0 – 0 50.0%
Univ. Concepcion vs Antofagasta 0 – 0 85.56%
Deportes Valdivia vs Cobreloa 0 – 0 52.22%
Vitoria Guimarães II vs UD Oliveirense 0 – 0 54.44%
Millonarios vs Junior 0 – 0 67.78%

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Match Full Time Bet Score
Kalmar vs IFK Göteborg 1 – 0 55.56%
Norrby vs Helsingborg 3 – 2 82.22%
Cork City vs Bohemians 0 – 1 55.56%
Drogheda United vs Cork City 0 – 1 84.44%
Gnistan vs TPS 1 – 0 62.22%
Machida Zelvia vs Avispa Fukuoka 0 – 1 51.11%
Ventforet Kofu vs Gamba Osaka 1 – 0 53.33%
Ventspils vs Jelgava 1 – 0 68.89%
Minsk vs BATE 1 – 0 78.89%
São Paulo vs Coritiba 1 – 2 74.44%
Náutico vs Luverdense 1 – 0 87.78%
MLS All-Stars vs Real Madrid 1 – 1 62.22%
Real Garcilaso vs Comerciantes Unidos 2 – 1 71.11%
Sport Rosario vs Alianza Atlético 1 – 0 50.0%
Tatran Presov vs Nitra 0 – 4 57.78%
Zorya vs Olimpik Donetsk 0 – 2 54.44%
Lokomotiv Moskva vs SKA Khabarovsk 1 – 0 54.44%
Lobos BUAP vs Pachuca 3 – 2 56.67%
LDU Quito vs Bolívar 1 – 0 63.33%
Libertad vs Huracán 2 – 0 60.0%
Venados vs Dorados 0 – 2 50.0%
Quevilly Rouen vs Sochaux 1 – 1 54.44%
Olympique Marseille vs Dijon 3 – 0 53.33%
Troyes vs Rennes 1 – 1 61.11%
Stranraer vs East Fife 1 – 0 54.44%
Deportivo Pasto vs América de Cali 1 – 0 77.78%
Gornik Leczna vs Zaglebie Sosnowiec 2 – 1 90.0%
Tigres UANL vs Cruz Azul 1 – 1 58.89%
Schott Mainz vs Hoffenheim II 1 – 3 73.33%
Union Fürstenwalde vs Lokomotive Leipzig 0 – 2 71.11%
Nacional vs Penafiel 1 – 1 57.78%
Cova Piedade vs Santa Clara 1 – 2 53.33%
Torpedo Moskva vs Chertanovo 1 – 2 58.89%
Barcelona vs Universidad Catolica 0 – 1 91.11%
Delfin vs Clan Juvenil 3 – 0 67.78%
Petrolero Yacuiba vs Bolívar 2 – 0 71.11%
Hajduk Split vs Brøndby 2 – 0 53.33%
Dinamo Minsk vs AEK Larnaca 1 – 1 63.33%
Sion vs Suduva 1 – 1 60.0%
Ternana vs Trapani 0 – 1 52.22%
Perugia vs Gubbio 2 – 1 51.11%

This Week’s Loses

Match Full Time Bet Score
Denmark vs Austria 0 – 0 50.0%
Mariehamn vs SJK 0 – 0 88.89%
Gorodeya vs Slavia 0 – 0 54.44%
Gazélec Ajaccio vs Lorient 0 – 0 56.67%
Doncaster Rovers vs Gillingham 0 – 0 52.22%
Debrecen vs Ferencváros 0 – 0 65.56%
Maccabi Tel Aviv vs Maccabi Netanya 0 – 0 60.0%
Antofagasta vs Deportes Iquique 0 – 0 56.67%

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The Season Preview

The time has finally arrived….. The long wait for proper football is finally over!

No more aggressively sponsored, logistically illogical, meaningless pre-season trophies – “Welcome to the Skittles stadium for the 3rd/4th placed playoff of the Skoda cup – sponsored by SKITTLES & SKODA!! First half will be played in Bangkok and the game will be concluded next week in Chicago”.

No more stories of how ‘ard Tony Pullis’ pre-season training is – No one gives a shit if they had to run up and down a mountain in flip flops dragging Hal Robson-Kanu (at least he’s useful for something) – they’ll still get a maximum of 45 points, comfortably avoid relegation but even more comfortably be the worst footballing team to grace the Premier League.

But most of all, proper football means proper gambling. Obviously The Gambling Panel is a global phenomenon, observing the world 24/7, on the lookout for the next tip. But whilst the algorithm can’t differentiate (yet) between Newport U23’s v The Queens Head and the World Cup Final, the outcome of these pre-season games has been a little unpredictable.

But finally, this ends… Come Saturday 15:59 – expect your phone to be vibrating at a pleasurable rate for Ashley Cole & Jermaine Pennant whilst you’re being dragged around Topshop.

Whilst here at Gambling Panel HQ our bread and butter is the In-Play markets – we do however regularly have an ante post long-term bet at the start of each season, so this year we thought we’d share those with you – feel free to get involved:

Southend Utd to be promoted – 7/1, or less risky alternative – Southend Utd to make the Play-offs – 3/1.

For me, The Shrimpers look a snip at this price. Don’t get me wrong, they are way behind the big guns in the race for promotion, and probably justifiably. The resources they have available to them are much less than their League One rivals. I don’t believe they should be shorter priced to be relegated (6/1) than promoted though.

Despite the lack of resources available to them, they’ve been shrewd in the Free Transfer market. Signing up Premier League experienced players Michael Turner, Anton Ferdinand for another season and fan favourite Michael Kightly. The latter looking like a particular coup – following his release from Burnley last season he had been linked with a return to the Championship with either Ipswich or Millwall. Yet he has decided to drop down two divisions to re-join his first Football League club.

Looking back at last season, they were quite unlucky not to nick a play-off place then. Missed out to Millwall by one point and that is finishing the season with a torrid run of 4 losses in the last 6. I’ve only seen them improve over the summer and with another years experience in this division, I see them putting pressure on race for promotion.

Not to mention the 18th return of Nile Ranger. Whilst still on holiday at her majesty’s pleasure for… Internet fraud!? That can’t be right… He’s a professional footballer earning thousands a week yet still feels the need to commit internet fraud!? No, surely not – can we check this…….. So, turns out it’s true, bloody mental. (Not just The Gambling Panel committing internet fraud then…. jokes). Hopefully in the short window he has outside of prison before his next misdemeanour, he bangs in enough goals to get us well on the way to promotion.

In spite of Phil Brown being the exact definition of ‘a bit marmite’, he just loves managing on a wet & windy Tuesday night away in Rochdale. He frankly doesn’t give a fuck that his Burton suit is getting battered by the elements and he has completely ruined his Brown Clark’s shoes. That’s the sort of manager that will be celebrating promotion come May.

Bournemouth to finish top half – 15/8.

Outside of the so called “big 7” the race for a top half finish is looking particularly wide open. You could make a case for a lot of teams and if it’s anywhere near as tight as last season then only 2 or 3 more wins on the board could make the world of difference. But I see this mini league coming down to just 5 teams, West Ham, Southampton, Leicester, Crystal Palace, and Bournemouth.

It’s a big season for West Ham, they have made some good signings and the fans will expect them to improve at home after a difficult first year at the London Stadium. The pressure will be on them to get off to a good start and they will need to kick on from there.

Southampton and Palace both have new managers that the players will need to adjust to. The Saints have a Virgil Van Dijk sized cloud still hanging over them and will need Gabbiadini to find his shooting boots again. Whilst Frank De Boer will need to ensure that his Palace players adapt to his style of play much better than Inter Milan did. There are doubts surrounding both of these teams.

Leicester will be looking to move on from last season and with no European football to contend with and the signing of Kelechi Iheanacho, I expect them to do well. The problem they could face is the potential departure of Riyad Mahrez and the knock on effect that this may have on the team.

As for Bournemouth, so far they have had a great transfer window. The signing of Jermaine Defoe to add to the goals of Josh King looks a great bit of business. Asmir Begovic is a step up on Artur Boruc and record signing Nathan Ake was having a great season prior to being recalled by Chelsea. After Ake left, Bournemouth went on an 8 game winless run and this is where the 2 or 3 additional wins that cement a top 10 finish could come from. As well as the signings made, they’ve also managed to hold onto all of their top talent. A number of players have signed long term deals, Lewis Cook will be full of confidence after leading England to the U20 World Cup, Tyrone Mings will be hoping to avoid injury (and Zlatan) and live up to the high expectations, and Ryan Fraser will be looking to build on a promising end to the season. Finally to their manager, Eddie Howe is winning fans throughout the game and is being tipped as a successor for some of the biggest jobs in the country. If only Arsene Wenger wasn’t so stubborn and masochistic we may have seen Howe down at The Emirates this season. Begovic recently described Howe’s work ethic as “second to none” and that “his attention to detail is huge. He does not leave any stone unturned.” This is a man who’s past two managers were Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte, men well known in the game for their work ethos and attention to detail, so not a bad comparison.

All of this bodes well for The Cherries and if they can finish within the top 3 of this 5 team mini league I feel that this bet will be a comfortable win, even if it’s not at a huge price.

Arsenal to finish top London club – 11/4 or a more risky alternative – Top 3 any order; Manchester City, Manchester Utd, Arsenal – 10/1.

Now I know Chelsea are 2nd favourites to win the league but I’m not so sure it will be as smooth a ride for Conte’s men this time round. Costa is a massive blow – Morata deal is great in the circumstances but I don’t think you can stroll into the PL and be anywhere near as effective an arsehole Costa was easily.

Tottenham have had two fantastic, unprecedented seasons but now there is clear expectation to challenge again and perform better in the Champions League – together with Wembley to deal with. Pochettino really does for me have to take so much credit for getting this decent team reaching for the upper echelons but I can’t see them doing it again unless Daniel Levy starts shadowing Florentino Perez before deadline day. I also feel this disappointment could lead to being the last season for Poch before he’s finally poached by a top club elsewhere.

And for Arsenal… Well I am aware of the saying: NEVER bet on Arsenal, but I do think they’ll escape those classic cycles of choking you could set your watch to without CL knockout stage to deal with. I also don’t think they’ll succumb to pressure from pushing for the title simply as I don’t think they’ll be there – I can see the Manchester clubs both dominating this year as many expected them to do last. Pep’s another season into coaching his players and Jose been installing his nice mix of technical and physical players which he’s always done successfully at his PL teams.

However with Sanchez looking like he’s running down his contract I think he’ll continue to lead Arsenal from the front and with even more decent depth in the squad it will be all in all a good season with CL re-qualification.

QPR to be relegated – 3-1.

The Championship is a cruel league. It’s swallowed up former Premier League sides before in Bolton, Blackburn, Charlton and Wigan in recent years and QPR could easily suffer the same fate.

The signs don’t look good. They lost 7/8 at the end of last season and that saw them slide within 2 points of relegation. Only a win against similarly shoddy survivors Nottingham Forest sealing their Championship status.

The man at the helm now? The man that jokingly claimed “I might be in a bit of a Skoda garage rather than a Mercedes garage, but I am telling you some old bangers don’t half polish up great” when in charge of last successful side Blackpool – back in 2009-2012.

But this Skoda has ran out of juice. Since Ian Holloway’s Blackpool success, he’s posted a derisory win rate of:

2012-13: Crystal Palace: 31.91%

2014-15: Millwall: 22.58%

2016-Present: QPR: 33.33% (Most of those wins during his ‘Honeymoon Period’)

Not exactly inspiring.

So maybe the transfer market will help? Well since Flavio Briatore, Bernie Ecclestone and Tony Fernandes got bored of football, the money dried up. Long gone are they days of splashing out £12.5m on Christopher Samba. This window has been a little more subdued. Just Josh Scowen (Who?) on a freebee from Barnsley in to get the fans buzzing for the new season… Ian Holloway even papering over the cracks in claiming having a troubled Steven Caulker back after a public order offence, alcohol problems and a gambling addiction as a ‘new signing’.

And how did pre-season go? Terrible is the answer. 6 games, 5 loses against low key opposition (Fulham, Reading x 2, Union Berlin, Lokomotive Liepzig, Peterbrough).

It just feels a little too doom and gloom right now down at Loftus Road. We’ve seen clubs in a rut like this struggle to bounce back and this could be season they succumb to the 3rd tier of English football.

Give us feedback of how legendary/shit you think these bets are and let us know any bets you think are worth a look!

The Gambling Panel

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This Week’s Wins

Match Full Time Bet Score
AIK vs Kalmar 0 – 1 53.33%
Shonan Bellmare vs Tokushima Vortis 2 – 0 63.33%
Gamba Osaka vs Cerezo Osaka 3 – 1 50.0%
Albirex Niigata S vs Balestier Khalsa 2 – 1 94.44%
Liaoning Kaixin vs Changchun Yatai 1 – 0 50.0%
Brazil vs Japan 1 – 1 94.44%
Sport Huancayo vs Real Garcilaso 1 – 1 55.56%
Deportivo Municipal vs Alianza Lima 0 – 2 55.56%
Tokyo vs Sanfrecce Hiroshima 1 – 0 64.44%
Forfar Athletic vs Inverness CT 1 – 2 61.11%
Edinburgh City vs Motherwell 1 – 2 84.44%
Motherwell vs Berwick Rangers 1 – 0 73.33%
Legia Warszawa vs Sandecja Nowy Sacz 2 – 0 50.0%
Dinamo St. Petersburg vs Rotor Volgograd 0 – 3 56.67%
Deportes Tolima vs Millonarios 1 – 1 53.33%
Grecia vs Alajuelense 0 – 3 58.89%
Zaglebie Sosnowiec vs Olimpia Grudziadz 0 – 1 70.0%
Bochum vs St. Pauli 0 – 1 60.0%
Ingolstadt vs Union Berlin 0 – 1 50.0%
Querétaro vs Cimarrones de Sonora 2 – 0 63.33%
Augsburg II vs Unterföhring 2 – 0 53.33%
Rijeka vs Istra 1961 2 – 0 62.22%
Aalen vs Hallescher FC 2 – 1 62.22%
Mainz 05 II vs FSV Frankfurt 3 – 0 64.44%
Viitorul vs Dinamo Bucuresti 0 – 1 50.0%
Nikopol vs Arsenal Kyiv 0 – 1 52.22%
Vardar vs København 1 – 0 74.44%
Krasnodar vs Lyngby 2 – 1 54.44%
Lübeck vs VfB Oldenburg 2 – 0 51.11%
Piacenza vs Massese 1 – 0 92.22%
União Madeira vs Gil Vicente 2 – 1 52.22%

This Week’s Loses

Match Full Time Bet Score
Atlético Paraná vs Deportivo Santamarina 0 – 0 50.0%
Östersunds FK vs Halmstad 0 – 0 53.33%
Stumbras vs Jonava 0 – 0 51.11%
Nitra vs Zemplín Michalovce 0 – 0 61.11%
Paris vs Clermont 0 – 0 54.44%
Niort vs Ajaccio 0 – 0 83.33%
Ludogorets vs Lokomotiv Plovdiv 0 – 0 56.67%
Colo-Colo vs Antofagasta 0 – 0 55.56%
Herediano vs Guadalupe 0 – 0 50.0%
Hansa Rostock vs Sonnenhof Großaspach 0 – 0 53.33%
Macará vs Delfin 0 – 0 76.67%
Nacional Potosí vs Blooming 0 – 0 72.22%
Livorno vs FeralpiSalò 0 – 0 55.56%

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Match Full Time Bet Score
Los Andes vs Crucero del Norte 2 – 0 56.67%
Argentinos Juniors vs Instituto 1 – 0 64.44%
IFK Göteborg vs Örebro 2 – 2 50.0%
Malmö FF vs Jönköpings Södra 2 – 0 76.67%
KPV vs Oulu 0 – 1 62.22%
ThespaKusatsu Gunma vs Roasso Kumamoto 1 – 1 54.44%
Kauno zalgiris vs Jonava 1 – 0 67.78%
Utenis Utena vs Suduva 1 – 0 54.44%
Atlantas vs Trakai 0 – 1 52.22%
Santos vs Chapecoense 1 – 0 54.44%
Internacional vs Luverdense 1 – 0 110.0%
Alianza Atlético vs Alianza Lima 1 – 0 77.78%
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace 2 – 0 54.44%
Korona Kielce vs Zaglebie Lubin 0 – 1 72.22%
Lechia Gdansk vs Cracovia Krakow 0 – 1 50.0%
Krasnodar vs Tosno 2 – 0 84.44%
Astana vs Spartaks Jurmala 1 – 1 65.56%
Fortaleza CEIF vs Real Cartagena 0 – 1 61.11%
Deportivo Cali vs Once Caldas 1 – 2 68.89%
Kolos Kovalivka vs Sumy 1 – 1 54.44%
Werder Bremen II vs Unterhaching 3 – 0 64.44%
Varzim vs Gil Vicente 1 – 2 53.33%
Chertanovo vs Strogino 2 – 1 76.67%
Ceilândia vs América RN 0 – 1 53.33%

This Week’s Loses

Match Full Time Bet Score
Flandria vs Douglas Haig 0 – 0 52.22%
Limerick vs Sligo Rovers 0 – 0 80.0%
Oita Trinita vs Mito Hollyhock 0 – 0 51.11%
Avaí vs Corinthians 0 – 0 65.56%
Londrina vs Náutico 0 – 0 53.33%
Ross County vs Hibernian 0 – 0 68.89%
Greenock Morton vs Queen’s Park 0 – 0 65.56%
Hamilton Academical vs Queen of the South 0 – 0 51.11%
Ufa vs Spartak Moskva 0 – 0 94.44%
CSM Iasi vs Gaz Metan Medias 0 – 0 56.67%
Académica vs Arouca 0 – 0 64.44%
Znamya Truda vs Murom 0 – 0 52.22%
Albirex Niigata S vs Warriors 0 – 0 136.67%

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Friendly or Foe: Can You Trust a Friendly?

The summer lull is finally nearly over. About a month ago, I had a free weekend with the girlfriend busy, none of the lads about, a whole lot of time to kill. A day of Panel tweets rolling in ahead of me to bet on!

That would have been the case had it been a mid-March Saturday afternoon with a beer in hand and Jeff and the guys on the TV. But this was summer.

I frantically refresh Current Matches hoping for more than the Icelandic Premier division games to appear but no luck. Then I look at our Twitter feed and I see tip after tip from tipsters on Friendlies! Friendlies!!!?? Some of these tipsters are even so bored with lack of football they resort to Tennis, Boxing, F1 – anything they can bet on!

But it is the friendlies that worry me. To me, there are so many unpredictable factors of a friendly (Arsenal even beat Bayern Munich!) that I instinctively dismiss all these ‘tips’. I monitor a few and not many seem to come in. Some tipsters have even released ‘Guides to betting on Friendlies’.

Then, out of nowhere, a tweet:

OVER 0.5 GOALS BET!

#Roma 0 #Slovácko 0

BetScore: 52.22%

Shots On: 3-2

#World

#ClubFriendlies

#2ndHalfGoals

#ClubFriendlies Our automated algorithm tips a Friendly!

I was nervous. We’ve never tipped a friendly before but I still get on.

I look at the line ups. No De Rossi, no Dzeko, no Nainggolan. I recognise about 2 players! Even one player on the subs bench has a question mark by his name on fotmob! It doesn’t look good:

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4 subs at HT. Another on 55. 2 more on 64. The game is petering out.

Then, this happened…

https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5tkgir

Goooaall! Lovely move, lovely finish, bet in! Umar Sidiq with the goal for Roma! Maybe friendlies are ok?

Friendly Experiment

In the next few weeks, we are going tip friendlies. Since Roma, we have tipped Liverpool Vs Palace and seen a lot of the big European games tracked on current matches.

So yesterday I decided to do a little experiment. I took 10 friendlies and 10 Europa League games and made up 2 accumulators at about 5-1 based on a favourite winning or double chance to see how predictable a friendly is compared to a real game.

It was just an experiment that I never expected to come in so I placed 50p on each to track the results. Here they are:

Europa League

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Friendlies

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Interestingly, I was 1 game away from winning big bucks of £2.50 in the friendly acca! The real games only gave me 7/10!

Now I wouldn’t read too much into those results as it’s not the most scientific methodology in the world but in 1 day it was the best I could do! It would be interesting to see over a larger sample of games if their is any kind of trend.

Some Friendly Advice

So the Panel are 2/2 from friendlies so far this summer and we do expect more to be tracked in the build up to next season. My conclusion really is that when these tips come up, they are still worth getting on but be careful. I wouldn’t go staking silly amounts on a friendly as there might not be a young Umar Sidiq at every club to save us. Stick to your staking methodology and even if a few lose, you’ll be up based on our overall win rate.

Have a great weekend.

Alex @gamblingpanel

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Match Full Time Bet Score
Instituto vs Nueva Chicago 1 – 0 90.0%
Netherlands vs Norway 1 – 0 67.78%
Sligo Rovers vs Drogheda United 1 – 1 52.22%
Longford Town vs Waterford 0 – 1 64.44%
Roasso Kumamoto vs JEF United 1 – 0 64.44%
São Paulo vs Atlético GO 2 – 2 50.0%
Atlético Mineiro vs Santos 0 – 1 51.11%
Chapecoense vs São Paulo 2 – 0 52.22%
Criciúma vs Goiás 1 – 0 60.0%
Luverdense vs ABC 1 – 0 57.78%
Honduras vs French Guyana 3 – 0 58.89%
United States vs Martinique 3 – 2 60.0%
Spartak Moskva vs Lokomotiv Moskva <span class=”score-addit 65.56%
Universidad San Martín vs Juan Aurich 4 – 1 61.11%
Nacional Potosí vs Estudiantes 0 – 1 93.33%
Cobreloa vs Antofagasta 0 – 1 83.33%
Sheriff vs Kukësi 1 – 0 82.22%
Spartaks Jurmala vs Astana 0 – 1 103.33%
Malmö FF vs Vardar 1 – 1 53.33%
Slovan Bratislava vs Lyngby 0 – 1 60.0%
Progrès Niederkorn vs AEL 0 – 1 74.44%
Irtysh vs Crvena Zvezda 1 – 1 63.33%
Zenit II vs Dinamo St. Petersburg 0 – 1 51.11%
Deportes Quindío vs Real Cartagena 1 – 1 55.56%
Millonarios vs Santa Fe 0 – 1 63.33%
Wiener SK vs Ried 0 – 4 110.0%
Altos vs Santos AP 2 – 2 61.11%
Atlético Nacional vs Atlético Huila 2 – 0 50.0%
Roma vs Slovácko 1 – 0 52.22%
Astra vs Sepsi 1 – 0 51.11%

This Week’s Loses

Match Full Time Bet Score
Molde vs Strømsgodset 0 – 0 66.67%
Comerciantes Unidos vs Deportivo Municipal 0 – 0 85.56%
Lech Poznan vs Sandecja Nowy Sacz 0 – 0 67.78%
Olimpiyets vs Krylya Sovetov 0 – 0 55.56%

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