PSV v Ajax
Sunday 3.30

It’s squeaky bum time in the Netherlands. With four points separating the top four teams in the Eredivisie points mean prizes in the last five games of the season and its Ajax’s to throw away. With a three-point lead over their hosts PSV going into this fixture, reigning champions Ajax will know avoiding defeat could go a long way to securing their 32nd Dutch title.

PSV have spent a majority of this season in top spot. With a relentless strike force scoring 88 goals paired with a competent defence, it looked like Dick Advocaat had the formula spot on to stroll to their first title since 2008.

Recent losses at the hands of teams like Zwolle and Heerenveen however have raised many eyebrows at the title credentials of Eindhoven, with many suggesting they have bottled their major chance.

With a plethora of striking options, Advocaat has had to rotate up front all season. With eight forwards finding the net it’s a headache that has been welcomed in Eindhoven especially seeing the results it has had on the pitch. Lens, Matavz and Wijnaldum all started last weekend away to Williem II with a 3-1 victory and will hope to keep their place in Sunday’s starting line-up.

Without back-to-back victories in nine games, PSV have allowed Ajax to cruise to top spot after five wins on the spin and with the season coming to an exciting climax it couldn’t have come at a better time.

Hitting top spot for the first time four weeks ago, Frank de Boer’s men look to be peaking at the perfect time and with a favourable run-in they look in a strong position to defend their Dutch crown.

With a midfield consisting of Siem de Jong and Christian Eriksen in top form, this partnership has become the envy of the rest of the league, if not Europe. With nineteen goals between them along with eighteen assists, they have been instrumental in Ajax’s successes so far this season.

With the league’s best strikeforce coming up against the best midfield, expect this to be a high-tempo frantic affair. A home win would see PSV edge above their visitors on goal difference, whereas an away win would see Ajax go six clear of PSV with four to play.

Recommended Bets

Back Ajax to win @ 3.2
Back over 3.5 goals @ 2.5

Cagliari v Inter Milan
Sunday 2pm

The Italian newspapers this week have been full of the Inter President Massimo Moratti and his conspiracy theories regarding the make up of the top four. Moratti’s argument is Milan have more money than Inter and therefore were always destined to finish in a Champions League place.

These passionate and pretty misguided comments followed Inter’s capitulation against Atalanta last week, a match in which we saw all of Inter’s recent failings – defensive uncertainty, bad organisation and an apparent lack of a plan.

Andrea Stramaccioni’s lack of attacking options has become almost comical. Antonio Cassano is injured, joining Rodrigo Palacio and Diego Milito on the sidelines. With Ezequiel Schelotto suspended this means the coach will be entirely dependent on Ricky Alvarez and Tommaso Rocchi. One hugely inconsistent, the other ageing.

Cagliari have been playing well under Ivo Pulga, and their strikeforce of the revelation Marco Sau and the rejuventaed Mauricio Pinilla look to have a good understanding.

I can’t understand why Cagliari are as big as 2.94 for the win here and couldn’t make Inter favourites as they currently are on Betfair – Cagliari 3.0 for the win, Inter 2.6.

Cagliari may be in the bottom half of the table but they have won their last three home games against Torino, Sampdoria and Fiorentina. This Inter team, with injury problems, are no better than any of those sides. Cagliari are an outstanding bet.

Recommended Bet

Back Cagliari to beat Inter @ 2.94

Real Zaragoza v Barcelona
Sunday 6pm

Zaragoza are winless in 2013. The streak is 13 in total. Finally a stroke of luck – Lionel Messi is likely to sit out the game in preparation for the stiffer challenge of Bayern Munich.

Barcelona’s Liga results have not suffered in the aftermath of Champions League games – they’re W8-D1-L0 immediately following European assignments this season and the draw was at home to Real Madrid.

But their away form has dipped recently (W1-D2-L2), Messi’s absence is a concern and the most consistent trend is for both teams to score. That’s what’s happened in 13 of 15 of Barca’s road games so far this term.

Recommended Bet

Back Both Teams to Score @ 1.75

Athletic Bilbao v Real Madrid
Sunday 8pm

Real Madrid’s results have suffered for their ongoing Champions League campaign: Los Blancos have won seven of nine after playing midweek in Europe.

Anytime, anywhere, they’ve won seven out of eigh in La Liga, but their away form is not quite so conclusive. Mourinho’s men have won by two or more only twice in 11 since a Clasico in October. We’d be against them, if only Athletic weren’t so eminently capable of imploding – and if only they weren’t so short on eligible players.

Marcelo Bielsa has four players out suspended and perhaps another five absent injured. He’s been tinkering with defensive systems recently and so long as Xabi Alonso and Ronaldo start we’ll take the away win.

Both teams to score also makes some appeal – it’s paid out in each of Real’s last six Liga games – but looks sharply priced at 1.65.

Recommended Bet

Back Real Madrid @ 1.53

Milesey (Betfair)

14 Comments
  1. Milesey 8 years ago

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    TOP TREBLE
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    BARCELONA -1 @ 1.77
    REAL MADRID -1 @ 1.85
    ELCHE -1.5 @ 1.87

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    Milesey

    • Milesey 8 years ago

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      BEST SINGLE BET
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      BULGARIA: A PFG
      15:00 K/O
      Etar V CSKA Sofia
      OVER 2.5 GOALS @ 4/5

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      Milesey

    • Guido 8 years ago

      Milesey, do u ever take the weight off/relax lad?..u seem to be giving it gyp 20hrs a day…no point being the most helpful tipster in the cemetery…have a beer/yake a breath lad!! ;-)

    • Milesey 8 years ago

      ha ha ha, ALL GOOD Guido,

      watching the golf, the 2 balls is going well, both are 2 shots up.

      TWO BALL TIPS
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      Back Bernhard Langer to beat Sergio Garcia @ 3.2

      Back Angel Cabrera to beat Marc Leishman @ 1.85

      Milesey

    • Guido 8 years ago

      Yes i did them as well. ;-) Cabrera wid be a turn up for the bookif he wins…capable of course but getting on a bit…apparantly the only 2 events he’s won in USA have been majors!! Lonnngggg way to go tho. Kuchar looks my only change now..Duffner fallen away a bit..wide open yet tho.

    • Milesey 8 years ago

      Back Bernhard Langer to beat Sergio Garcia @ 3.2

      ** LANGER WINS ** Langer E / Garcia +1

      Back Angel Cabrera to beat Marc Leishman @ 1.85

      Cabrera -1
      Leishman E
      On The 15th Hole

      Milesey

    • Milesey 8 years ago

      GOLF TIPS – 2 BALLS
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      Back Bernhard Langer to beat Sergio Garcia @ 3.2

      ** LANGER WINS ** Langer E / Garcia +1

      Back Angel Cabrera to beat Marc Leishman @ 1.85

      ** CABRERA WINS ** Cabrera -3 / Leishman E

      Milesey

  2. Danny 8 years ago

    if its Ok I would like tae add my suggestions

    Tricky Treat Treble – RubinKazan – Malmo – Fenerbahce

    Away Day Treble – SteauBucharest – Kharkiv – Feyenoord

    Easy As Wan Tae Three Treble
    SpartakMoscow – DinamoZagreb – Erciyesspor

    Sweet Swiss Double – Basel – Grasshopper

    Funny Fcuker Double
    Tromso – Chernomorets

    Superblemo Single – Brondby

    Both Tonic Score
    Parma – Udinese
    Levadiakos – PAOK
    PSV – Ajax
    StrumGraz – Austria Vienna
    Odense – Aalborg

    Net Busters
    Vedad Ibisevic (Stuttgart)
    Rolando Bianchi (Torino)
    Bafetimbi Gomis (Lyon)

  3. Danny 8 years ago

    huv nae idea whatsoever where the if its ok came from

    would put my tips up regardless of what anyone said

    • Milesey 8 years ago

      HAHAHA, no one is going to say ” not to ” be no point in this site if people don’t post their tips, oh yeah for the free £10 BET ;) ;)

      Milesey

  4. Danny 8 years ago

    HAHA somebody may advise against it but I simply would ignore them point blank lol

    I find the site wonderful for people looking for a free bet 4 a week to be had cant decry Anybody for claiming them I claimed a super single a few ago got $15 instead of 10pound lolol only difference is when I see something I believe in I post for everyone else to see don’t get something for nothing

  5. Milesey 8 years ago

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    LAYS OF THE WEEKEND
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    Lay Heracles to beat Groningen @ 2.06 **Heracles 0-2 Groningen** WIN **
    These Dutch Eredivisie sides last met in December and on that occasion Groningen, currently one place above their hosts in the table, ran out comfortable 2-0 winners. That made it two successive wins for Groningen in this fixture and represented their third win over Heracles in the last four encounters. Furthermore, the form table shows Heracles suffered defeat in four of their last six games and the last two of those in succession. In contrast, Groningen are on an upward curve having strung together two straight victories, while only tasting defeat once in their last four matches.

    Lay Malaga to beat to beat Osasuna @ 2.14 **Malaga 1-0 Osasuna** LOST ** scored 92nd min **
    Barring those folks with money on a Borussia Dortmund win, anybody watching Malaga’s stoppage-time capitulation in Germany would have felt sympathy for the Spaniards. Until the match entered added time, Manuel Pellegrini’s side looked to have pulled off the perfect Champions League away performance but then it all unravelled in a manic two-minute spell. To rub salt in the wound, replays showed that Felipe Santana’s winning goal should have been flagged offside. Having won only one of their six previous La Liga games to boot, Malaga must somehow pick themselves off the canvas for this date with Osasuna. They’ve also lost their last three following European dates.

    Lay AC Milan to beat Napoli @ 2.18
    Due to a succession of frustrating draws throughout February, second-placed Napoli let leaders Juventus prise open an ominous nine-point gap at the Serie A summit. With the title seemingly out of their grasp, Napoli’s main goal is surely to stop the advancing Milan beyond them and claiming that all-important second automatic Champions League spot. Three wins on the spin have certainly aided that cause greatly, ensuring that the visitors to the San Siro will start this game four points clear of their third-placed hosts. The sides have drawn their last two top-flight meetings but, with the attacking trio of Goran Pandev, Blerim Dzemaili and Edinson Cavani in such top goalscoring form and Mario Balotelli suspended for the hosts, Napoli can go one better.

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    Milesey

    • Milesey 8 years ago

      FOOTBALL TIPS
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      SUNDAY 14TH APRIL 2013
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      Central Coast Mariners vs Melbourne Victory 08:00
      Back the Mariners win @ 1.74
      Back 3-1 @ 14.5
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      Cagliari v Inter 14:00
      Back Cagliari to beat Inter @ 2.94
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      Stoke v Manchester United 14.05
      Back Man United @ 1.63
      Back a Man United clean sheet @ 2.2
      Back Robin Van Persie to score first @ 5.3
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      PSV vs Ajax 15:30
      Back Ajax to win @ 3.2
      Back over 3.5 goals @ 2.5
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      Chelsea v Manchester City, Sunday 4:00, ITV1.
      Back James Milner to score first at 24.0
      Back Under 2.5 goals at 2.0
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      Real Zaragoza v Barcelona 18:00
      Back Both Teams to Score @ 1.75
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      Athletic Bilbao v Real Madrid 20:00
      Back Real Madrid @ 1.53
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      Lay AC Milan to beat Napoli @ 2.18
      Due to a succession of frustrating draws throughout February, second-placed Napoli let leaders Juventus prise open an ominous nine-point gap at the Serie A summit. With the title seemingly out of their grasp, Napoli’s main goal is surely to stop the advancing Milan beyond them and claiming that all-important second automatic Champions League spot. Three wins on the spin have certainly aided that cause greatly, ensuring that the visitors to the San Siro will start this game four points clear of their third-placed hosts. The sides have drawn their last two top-flight meetings but, with the attacking trio of Goran Pandev, Blerim Dzemaili and Edinson Cavani in such top goalscoring form and Mario Balotelli suspended for the hosts, Napoli can go one better.
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      Lyon v Toulouse (4th v 11th) Sun, 16:00 BST
      After playing well for six months Lyon’s season threatens to end in disaster.

      Remi Garde’s side have lost three in a row, dropping from second to fourth in the standings. Particularly worrying for the Lyon boss is that his side were outplayed in all three defeats (4-1 at Bastia, 2-1 at home to Sochaux and 1-0 at Reims) even though they faced bottom-half opposition.

      Clearly rattled, Lyon will need a big improvement to get a result last weekend. Yet visitors Toulouse are the sort of side that can get under Lyon’s skin. They were a little unlucky to lose 4-3 to Nice last weekend, their first defeat in seven matches. France U21 striker Wissam Ben Yedder looked sharp, scoring his first goals since November, and France midfielder Etienne Capoue is in tremendous form.

      In the circumstances, Lyon look too short.

      Lay Lyon at home to Toulouse @ 1.98
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      Colón de Santa Fe v Vélez Sarsfield – 20:10

      Vélez manager Ricardo Gareca has given no hints as to the team he’ll play in Santa Fe this weekend but he will be wary of resting too many players against Colón given their recent pick-up in form.

      Bottom and winless after six games, Roberto Sensini’s side have won two on the bounce now and boast the top scorer of the Torneo Final in Emmanuel Gigliotti. Even with their improvement, you’d think Vélez should be too strong and 2.72 is a big price for the defending champions, but with Colón’s consecutive wins it will be safer to make it a Draw No Bet.

      Recommended Bet

      Back Veléz 0 Asian Handicap @ 1.89

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      River Plate v Arsenal de Sarandí – 00:15

      Third against fourth should be a good game at El Monumental where River look back on course after a bit of a wobble in March. Free from continental commitments it should have been easy for Ramón Díaz to play his strongest team every week but a plague of injuries in defence has derailed his plans and now David Trezeguet is out for the rest of the season with a serious injury that needs operating on.

      The good news in this medical crisis is that young players like Eder Balanta, the 20 year-old Colombian defender who made his debut in last week’s clásico with Racing, have done well when they’ve stepped in – and there is some experience in the team to guide them.

      Arsenal stay under the radar but consistently overachieve, and the creativity and verve of Carlos Carbonero and Martin Rolle should be the envy of most Primera División midfields. It has meant that in fifteen games this season (across all competitions including the Copa Libertadores) Arsenal have only failed to score once, and with River’s defensive personnel issues, we feel as if they’ll do so again.

      Given the attacking talents at their own disposal, River should trouble their opponents too and even though Arsenal boast one of the best defenders in the country in Lisandro Lopez there is enough support for both teams to score that we will hop on board at an odds-against price.

      Recommended Bet

      Back both teams to score @ 2.14

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      TOP TREBLE
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      BARCELONA -1 @ 1.77
      REAL MADRID -1 @ 1.85
      ELCHE -1.5 @ 1.87

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      BEST SINGLE BET
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      BULGARIA: A PFG
      15:00 K/O
      Etar V CSKA Sofia
      OVER 2.5 GOALS @ 4/5

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      Milesey

  6. Titou 8 years ago

    Btts 4 fold
    Chelsea Vs City
    Anderlecht Vs Club Brugge
    Psv Vs Ajax
    Ac Milan Vs Napoli
    @ 7/1

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