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AS Roma vs CSKA Moskow (Champions League Recap, 17.09.2014)

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Result: +19,25 units, bet won

Borussia M’gladbach vs Villareal (Europa League, 18.09.2014)

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It’s a Bundesliga vs La Liga showdown as Borussia Mönchengladbach get ready for Villarreal in one of the first Europa League matches. The hosts are on the 5th place in Bundesliga after three rounds, and their only problem might be the scoring of goals which they haven’t been doing. Villarreal have looked shaky in their La Liga start and managed to lose against a stronger Barcelona side without being able to score.

As Borussia M’gladbach returned to training this week, it was with good news in form of all players being available for training. Even Julian Korb and Tony Jantschke joined the session despite picking up injuries in the 4-1 win over Schalke 04. Max Kruse has made a return to the team by providing assists for three of the four goals, and then went on to score one of his own. Even though the two teams have never previously met in European competitions, Borussia M’gladbach has a good track record against Spanish opposition.
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Villarreal have not met a worthy opponent on their way to the group stage, and look at Borussia M’gladbach as a means to improve their track record against German teams. Their biggest squad news was the inclusion of Ikechukwu Uche at the expense of Adrian Marin. Garcia Toral has taken responsibility for leaving the young player at home stating that he accused some muscles problems at the end of the match against Granada. This only adds to their absentees list that includes Gio Dos Santos, Jaume Costa, Bojan Jokic and Hernan Perez.

Borussia M’gladbach may have the advantage of playing at home, but predicting a winner with certainty would be difficult, as both teams will want to start on the right foot. Ladbrokes has an outright Borussia M’gladbach win at 2.15, which we are betting 8 units on, while Villarreal got 3.25 odds for a win, and a draw is at 3.40. Other interesting betting markets: both teams to score at 1.80, Borussia M’gladbach for both halves at 3.50, Villareal at 5.50 and Villareal to lead after 75 minutes at 3.20, while Borussia M’gladbach is at 2.20.

Borussia M’gladbach: Team’s Formation

1
Y. Sommer
39
M. Stranzl
15
Domínguez
17
O. Wendt
7
P. Herrmann
28
A. Hahn
34
G. Xhaka
23
C. Kramer
19
F. Johnson
11
M. Kruse
11
Raffael

Villareal: Team’s Formation

1
Asenjo
5
M. Musacchio
15
Víctor Ruiz
22
A. Rukavina
33
Galas
14
Trigueros
21
Bruno Soriano
4
Pina
10
Cani
17
D. Cheryshev
7
L. Vietto

End prediction for the match:
Borussia M’gladbach to win outright

Borussia Dortmund vs Arsenal London (Champions League Recap, 16.09.2014)

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Result: -7 units, bet lost

AS Roma vs CSKA Moskow (Champions League, 17.09.2014)

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CSKA Moskow wants a redo of last year’s Champions League exit by doing better against AS Roma. They got the same group opponents as last year with only Roma as the newcomers. The hosts might not have been your regular Champions League team, but they looked solid in the last Serie A season and look forward to imposing their mark on this year’s tournament.

AS Roma won their latest Serie A match against Empoli, kept a clean sheet, and positioned themselves on the second place in the table. Roma believe they got drawn into the group of death, with the champions of two of the most powerful European competitions, the Premier League and the Bundesliga. Totti, Iturbe and Gervinho are set to return to their starting positions, although De Rossi and Strootman will be on the absentees list.
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CSKA finished last in the group in 2013, and since they know their opponents better, the fans are expecting improvements. Roman Eremenko stated that his team is beyond excited to get another shot at glory, all while working around suspensions and injuries to present a good team. Dzagoev begins his three match ban, while Rasmus Elm and Schennikov will be left on the sidelines. Last season the visitors lost all three of their away games, and in their internal competition they are seven points behind Zenit.

William Hill gives 1.57 odds for an outright AS Roma win, 6.50 for a CSKA one and 3.60 for a draw. The bookmaker’s headline offers include Gervinho to score and Roma to win at 3.50 and Bibras Natcho to score and CSKA to win at 13.00. They also offer a money back deal in case the goalscorer you bet on first to win scores second. Both teams to score at 2.10 and we’re betting 7 units on Roma to win both halves at 3.75 with William Hill.

AS Roma: Team’s Formation

26
M. De Sanctis
44
K. Manolas
5
Castan
13
Maicon
3
A. Cole
24
A. Florenzi
4
Nainggolan
15
M. Pjanić
24
A. Florenzi
27
Y. Gervinho
8
A. Ljajić

CSKA Moskow: Team’s Formation

35
I. Akinfeev
14
K. Nababkin
4
S. Ignashevich
6
A. Berezutski
2
Fernandes
66
B. Natcho
25
R. Eremenko
23
G. Milanov
88
S. Doumbia
7
Z. Tošić
18
A. Musa

End prediction for the match:
AS Roma to win both halves