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Rennes vs St Etienne odds, preview and predictions

Thursday 04/02/2016, 19:00, France Ligue 1 Round 24 Rennes vs St Etienne Preview Rennes had the great opportunity to win on the road against Bordeaux, as the home side was plagued by injuries. They failed miserably and allowed four goals without scoring ones, so they need to pick up the points on Thursday when they take on St. Etienne. The visitors were definitely frustrating to drop points against PSG after playing pretty well for the first 45 minutes, but there's very little anyone can do against the reigning champions. Rennes vs St Etienne Odds At Boylesports Rennes 2.20, Draw 3.30, St Etienne 3.50 Rennes vs St Etienne Tips St. Etienne is famous for its ability to keep clean sheets both at home and on the road, but home pitch advantage is essential for this team. This season they continue this trend and most of the points were secured in front of their fans, while their performance on the road has been mediocre at best. Splitting points used to be the rule for St. Etienne when they were visiting other stadiums, but in 2015 they were not that successful. Overall, just one game ended undecided while the team was defeated on seven occasions and picked just 10 points away from home. It's going to be even more difficult for them to prevail at Rennes now that they have six players mending injuries and unfit to play. The hosts are hoping to recuperate most of the players still doubtful, but three of them are guaranteed not to featuring the starting formation. One defender, one midfielder and one striker will be watching the game from the stands, including Gourcuff. Other players are expected to step up and hopefully make his absence go unnoticed and the good news is that the offensive is virtually intact. The last couple of years were pretty good for Rennes and they used to win most of the games at home, but this season things took a turn for the worse. In 11 games played in front of their fans, they only managed to win on three occasions, while five games ended undecided. Luckily for them, their fortunes changed on the road, but by the end of the season they need to finish with the positive record at home as well. Key Facts The 4-0 defeat to Bordeaux was a wake-up call for Rennes and will prompt him to go for all three points. St. Etienne has won very few games on the road and draws are increasingly difficult to secure. Rennes vs St Etienne Prediction Under normal circumstances, this match will be a good candidate for a draw, but given St. Etienne's performance this season, this result seems unlikely. Since they only won three times away from home, it makes perfect sense to trust Rennes once again, especially now when Boylesports offers odds of 2.20 on them to prevail. Bet: Rennes @ 2.20 with Boylesports
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JusticeWilson - October 25, 2014 Australia A-League: Melbourne City FC At Melbourne Victory
These two local Melbourne sides meet in the third round of A-League fixtures. Melbourne City have some players that followers of the beautiful game will know in striker David Villa and winger Damien Duff. Surprisingly, Melbourne City are having trouble creating chances, but David Villa has finished the few chances they have created. He has two goals in two games, and as the greatest striker to every play in the A-League, he has a good shot at scoring today as well. Melbourne City have a lot of quality, but the team hasn’t figured out how to play together yet. As a result, their opposition are actually creating plenty of chances. In fact, in both City games so far, both sides have scored. Victory have a great manager, for this level, in Muscat. They’ve brought in players like Berisha and Valeri who are quite talented themselves. Victory managed to put up four goals in their last home game, and scored in their only other match, so they are finding the net themselves. In the last six matches between these sides, there have been at least 3 goals in five of them. Both sides are finding the back of the net and City have to start creating more chances one of these days. As a result, I’m taking Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.84
English Premier League: Hull City At Liverpool FC
Everyone is up in arms at Anfield after Balotelli exchanging shirts with Pepe at halftime, despite being down 3-0. My opinion? Well, I think people are a little tough on him. Yes, an English player doing this would be cause for outcry, but things are a little different in the rest of Europe. While I don’t agree with what Balotelli did, I can understand that to him, it wasn’t such a big deal. Nevertheless, he is immensely talented and I think today he will start to show his promise. I hope Rodgers stands by him and gives him the start, but I understand why he would give Lambert a go. Obviously, the mid-week set back to Real Madrid will have lowered morale. That being said, Liverpool are a proud team, with a terrific history, and a strongly defiant dressing room. I expect the Reds to come out with a massive effort. Sterling showed that he will get things going again this season in his last match against QPR, and I hope that will continue tonight. I think Rodgers will inject the trickery of Lallana after his impressive substitute appearance against Real Madrid. Now, I’ve been quite impressed with Hull this season, but I feel that Liverpool are facing them at the right time. Hull have to start their third choice goalkeeper Eldin Jakupovic, who will get his second Premier League start, after injuries to McGregor and Harper. Additionally, Jelavic and Dawson are out. Dawson has been very impressive this season and his absence is not what Steve Bruce will want with Jakupovic in between the sticks. I’m looking for Liverpool to bounce back today, and I’m only going to take them -1 AH so that there is a bit of cover if they can’t win by two clear goals. I’m going to take Liverpool -1 Asian Handicap @ 1.67 as my Pick Of The Day
France Ligue 1: Bordeaux At Paris St. Germain
Bordeaux visit Champions Paris St. Germain in this clash between the two teams who jointly hold second place. Both sides have 18 points this season, with PSG being the only undefeated side in Ligue 1. Bordeaux have slipped a little of late, with their last two fixtures being a defeat at Reims and a draw with Caen. Paris St. Germain have a lot of match winners, but the issue they face tonight is a lack of striking options. They have people who can win the match for them from midfield, but up front tonight they will be missing the injured pair of Ibrahimovic and Lavezzi. To make matters worse, Edinson Cavani is suspended for tonight’s match after he picked up a red card against Lens. Bordeaux’s manager Willy Sagnol has spoken a lot in the local media of how he is going to play a very attacking style against PSG, and how they are not afraid. Well, it’s all well and good to say that, but he must know Bordeaux will get played off the park if they leave room for PSG’s attackers. No, I think he is well aware that a draw will be a good result for Bordeaux. The missing strikers for PSG is a massive concern for me, however. I’m going to take Under 2.5 Goals @ 1.91
France Ligue 1: Lorient At Caen
Two Ligue 1 strugglers meet here tonight as 15th placed Lorient visit 18th placed Caen. Now, how can I possibly pick Caen to win tonight after they have not won in seven matches? Well, I quite like how they played in their last two games, and believe they are going to right the ship. They lost 2-1 to first placed Marseille before drawing, away from home, against 3rd placed Bordeaux 1-1. Lorient, on the other hand, lacked attacking imagination against St. Etienne in their last match. They also looked quite porous defensively and were lucky to only lose by one match. Caen have a very quick and explosive attack, with both of their strikers having pace. I think Caen are better than a relegation threatened side in Ligue 1. After a bit of a downward spell they seem to have gathered some momentum and are turning things around. I’m going to take Caen to win @ 2.02
German Bundesliga: Schalke At Bayer Leverkusen
As I stated in my mid-week preview involving them, Leverkusen are one of the teams I like to watch the most. They have a very exciting attacking style. It must be said, they impressed against Zenit in the Champions League. They professionally handled the Russian side on the way to a 2-0 victory. Schalke also played in the Champions League mid-week, coming up 4-3 victors against Sporting CP. Passionate manager Roberto Di Matteo took over Schalke after their disastrous start to the season, and is looking for his third win in a row. With all due respect to Hertha Berlin and Sporting, Bayer Leverkusen are another step up. Leverkusen have managed to score 10 goals in their last four matches, and that is firepower that Schalke cannot contend with. Çalhanoglu, in particular, showed his attacking prowess against Zenit. With Keibling and Heung-Min Son joining him in attack, I think Leverkusen will have too much for Schalke. I expect Leverkusen to win here, with the most likely scoreline a 2-1 victory. I’m going to take Bayer Leverkusen to win @ 1.71
Italian Serie A: AS Roma At Sampdoria
The less said about AS Roma’s midweek exploits against Bayern Munich the better. After being humbled 7-1 by the German giants, I expect to see the Giallorossi come back with vengeance today. Rudi Garcia’s men have managed to chase down Juventus, despite losing to them 3-2 recently, and are only one point behind them. Sampdoria, however, will be looking to spoil the party. They should not be taken lightly and have managed to go seven games without defeat. Not only have they been unbeaten in awhile, but they have won every home game they have played this season. Sampdoria are third in the Serie A and are only three points behind AS Roma themselves. Sampdoria showed their naivety last weekend, however, when they had to settle for a 2-2 draw against Cagliari despite leading 2-0 at half time. To make matters worse on the defensive end, center back Cacciatore is suspended for this match. Gervinho, Iturbe, Totti, Pjanic, and De Rossi will be eager to make amends for the poor performance against Bayern. The only thing that will help to ease the sorrow would be a victory domestically. Unfortunately, in order to beat Sampdoria, Roma are going to need goals. Sampdoria have managed to 9 goals in their four home games thus far. Roma have done their part recently, having scored in every game they have played this season. To me, the answer is clear. I’m going to take Over 2.5 Goals @ 2.16
Spain La Liga: Barcelona At Real Madrid
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you El Classico! Without a doubt, this is the biggest match in the world. Two of the world’s best teams meet as Barcelona travel to the Santiago Bernabeu to take on Real Madrid. Of course, the other massive storyline to today’s main event is the Barcelona competitive debut of Luis Suarez. Marketing coincidence or not, today is the first match that Suarez is eligible for since being suspended during the World Cup. It will be interesting to see manager Luis Enrique will do, and if he will opt for a three-pronged attack with Suarez, Neymar, and Messi. I can’t see Enrique putting one of Messi and Neymar onto the bench as they have scored 13 goals between them, in the last five games. To add further spice to this fixture, Messi is one goal behind Telmo Zarra’s La Liga record of 251 goals. Currently, Barcelona is four points ahead of Real Madrid on the table, but I think that these standings will shift today. While Gareth Bale is not yet fit from injury, they still have extremely impressive attackers in Rodriguez, Isco, and Ronaldo. Oh, right, Real Madrid has Ronaldo. The player whom I think is the best in the world has scored in every league game he has played this season, with 15 goals in seven games. Importantly, Sergio Ramos will be making his return in this match. Ramos can be a bit ambitious in defense, but there is no doubt that he adds stability to the Madrid defense. This may not be a popular opinion, but in my eyes, Real Madrid are ascending whilst Barcelona are less impressive than they appear. Cracks have slowly showed in the Barcelona defense, and I think Madrid are the side to show them to the world. Madrid have won their last three games 13-0 and easily handled Liverpool midweek. Barcelona also played well in midweek, but Ajax had chances to get back into the game at the end. I think both sides will be a little cautious today as neither want to give up three points to their title rivals. I have two wagers on this match: I’m going to take Real Madrid PK (Draw No Bet, AH 0.0) @ 1.75 AND Under 3.5 Goals @ 1.70
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Ligue 1: Olympique Marseille- Bordeaux

Very attractive looking game, not least because of the team news. But first, Marseille can go back to the top of the table with all three points and above hated rival PSG, which will make it all the sweeter, Bordeaux would go up to joint third with a win and just three points off the lead.
Hosts are without ever present central defender Nicolas N'koulou and defensive midfielder Alaixys Romao who are both suspended , left back Jeremy Morel is injured and that is a LOT of defensive talent to be missing. Romao has missed two starts this season , through which OM have conceded five goals (2.5 average), just 7 in the other 11 ( 0.64 average). N'koulou is far and away their strongest defender, he has missed just 13 Ligue 1 and European games since joining in 2011-12, they have won just one of those, against a team already relegated, drawing three and losing nine of the others ! 20 yo Dorian has been added to the squad and might make his debut, three of the defenders named are aged 19-20.
That is not the extent of their problems, left winger Andre Ayew is out injured, he has a goal or assist in 38% of almost 200 starts and also performs defensive duties, he missed the visit from Bordeaux last year which ended 2-2 ( a repeat would definitely not surprise) striker Andre-Pіerre Gіgnac and midfielder Romaіn Alessandrіnі have both made the squad , but are said to be nursing knocks and OM look up against it today. Bordeaux have been without a couple of defenders recently, but are a little stronger in that department today, however, they are without top scorer Cheick Diabate ( you can't have everything !).
I was full of praise for Bordeaux ahead of a couple of early season games, writing before a 4-1 demolition of Monaco ....
"I just cannot agree with the visitors as favourites here. They opened with a 2-1 home defeat to Lorient and it is hard to see them being stronger this season, despite the return of Radamel Falcao from his long term injury. The defence, which we focused on and discussed several times last season is old, slow and weakened today (I guess) with the loss to suspension of Ricardo Carvalho . They sold James Rodriguez (34-9-13 last season) to Real Madrid, he missed the last meeting between the two, a 1-1 draw in Monaco on the final day of last season, Bordeaux largely dictated matters there . I can see the same happening this evening and plenty of joy for the hosts in the final third, where they have too much pace for ASM. Coming into this season, the midfield was identified as a problem area for the hosts, but it was clear from their opener that this is far from the truth (see previous preview), defensively they look very solid and have only conceded 8 goals in 9 starts and in much admired keeper Cedric Carrasso have a player at the absolute peak of his powers. Upfront they rely heavily on Cheick Diabate, but looked very strong down the left flank last week and here, where I assume Monaco will be relying on returning right back Andrea Raggi, but it took him a month to find his feet last season and the alternatives look few and suspect, rather than play Fabinho last week, they preferred a player out of position and this looks an area Bordeaux can exploit, as well as the lack of pace through the middle. Hosts look good with the draw no bet option."
There I referred to some "previous preview" notes and what I wrote in those was ....."They are coming off a 1-0 home defeat to Bordeaux, where the away side dominated in midfield, being quicker, stronger and more athletic and first to every ball, they could have been three up before the break and whilst Montpellier came more into the game after it, I feel that was more about Les Girondins sitting back and protecting their lead."
I suspect that people will see that Diabate is missing and have, or will , over react and the odds just look totally wrong, there could be goals and "over" is an option, but the odds look massive on Bordeaux.
1.5 units Bordeaux +0.75 ball 2.13 asian line/Sportmarket.
0.5 units Bordeaux to win @ circa 6.0 which looks a mighty fine, lose..............or draw !
Marseille: S.Mandanda, B.Samba – Aloé, Doria, B.Dja Djedje, Fanni, Ben.Mendy, Sparagna – Alessandrini, Barrada, Imbula, Lemina, Tuiloma – Batshuayi, Gignac, Payet, Omrani, Thauvin.
Bordeaux: J.Carrasso, Jug – Contento, Mariano, Planus, Poundjé, L.Sané, Yambéré – Badin, Kaabouni, Plasil, Sertic, Ab.Traoré – Sala, Rolan, Maurice-Belay.
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