Champions League Final – Juventus vs Real Madrid Preview

Champions League Final – Juventus vs Real Madrid Preview

June 03, 2017 19:45pm

National Stadium of Wales, Cardiff

Recent Form (League):

Juventus: WWWLW

Real Madrid: WWWLW

The city of Cardiff will provide the backdrop for this weekend’s Champions League extravaganza as two giants of World football go head to head for the European crown.

Fresh from winning their first Spanish title in five years, Real Madrid had to overcome the likes of Bayern Munich and arch city rivals Atletico Madrid to book their place in this year’s final. They will now set about securing their 12th European Cup and their second in a row under boss Zinedine Zidane.

Los Blancos won their last six league games in a row, and finished the season with a tally of 106 goals. On the European stage, they scored in every game they played and need just one more goal to take their Champions League total to 500.

The Spaniards have won the last five Champions League finals they have contested and have won the competition more times than any other team. Their last finals defeat came in the 1981 edition when they were beaten 1-0 by Liverpool in Paris. They will now seek to become the first club to retain the trophy since the change of format in 1992.

Meanwhile, opponents Juventus arrive in Wales having sewn up an Italian league and cup double. The league triumph extended their run of consecutive titles to six, while their cup win was their third in a row.

Massimiliano Allegri’s men remain unbeaten in this year’s competition and have shipped just three goals since the start of the group stages.

The Old Lady have made it to eight European Cup finals but only have two wins to their name. What’s more, they have lost the last four finals they have appeared in.

Prediction

The bookies’ favourites have come out on top in six of the last seven finals and this year it is the Spanish side that holds that honour. And when you also take into consideration Real Madrid’s record in this competition, they also have the psychological edge.

However, while both teams can boast formidable strike forces, raising the prospect of goals at both ends, it is Madrid side who have the more porous defence. And it is this crucial factor that just leans us towards the Italian side.

You can back Juventus to Win and Both Teams to Score at 11/2 with Betfair.

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June 03, 2017 19:45pm

National Stadium of Wales, Cardiff

Recent Form (League):

Ju…

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National Stadium of Wales, Cardiff

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Members asked and they listened. Profit accumulator have given Acca Catcher and Matcher Catcher to platinum members for free

When I was first told about Profit Accumulator it struck me as being a easy way to get into matched betting. Profit Accumulator provides members with all the information they need to get a nice income from collecting bookmaker promotional offers. Our original review of Profit Accumulator can be found here.

As a member you will be given all the information you need to collect your free bet offers. What we liked about the service is that they teach you how to do it, and tell you which bookmakers to use and what offers are best. Having done this personally I got frustrated with the amount of time taken reading all the terms and conditions that accompanied the betting offers. Find events to bet which where covered by the promotional offers which had close odds available to lay on Betfair is also labour intensive. Put simply, it’s sooo boring. Anyone who hasn’t learned about his should take a look at the original review.

So what’s new at Profit Accumulator

Profit Accumulator got some software engineers on the case to develop web apps to help members make life a little easier. The problems was that these apps where available only to Platinum Plus members at an additional cost of £9.99. After listening to feedback from members both Acca Catcher and Match Catcher web apps are given to Platimum members at no extra cost. Great news and worthy of a post here.

What is Acca Catcher and Match Catcher

Acca Catcher and Match Catcher are apps that run in your web browser available from the Profit Accumulator service, which compliment the service. Problems experienced by existing members include having the odds of certain bets changing quickly even before they’d got their bets on. Creating a delay and decreasing profit.

When a betting trade has been identified between the bookmaker using the free bet offer and the betting exchange (normally Betfair) members still have to use the calculator provided to work out what stakes to use.

Members who decided to find their own events to bet on soon found out how time consuming it can be find the event, and how difficult it is to get the best odds before they move.

Match and Acca Catcher

Members asked and they listened. Profit accumulator have given Acca Catcher and Matcher Catcher to platinum members for freeunratedEditor2017-04-03 06:45:42When I was first told about Profit Accumulator it struck me as being a easy way to get into matched betting. Profit Accumulator provides members with…
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Drone racing betting now available at Pinnacle Sports

Competitive drone racing is flying on our screens for the first time. The Drone Racing League run a number of competitive drone racing events around the world and have just signed a deal with Sky Sports. Viewers will be able to watch 10 one hour episodes of some of the best drone racers in battle for the World Championship title.

Drone are not any old remote controlled plane. Racing operates at high speed and the courses offer a complex array of obstacles. Luckily drones have high tech controls and amazing manoeuvrability testing the pilots skills to the limit.

Drone Racing League racing offer first person view or FPV where the pilot uses a headset which gives them and the viewer a drone’s eye view of the course. It’s skill and ingenuity that will win the day as all the drones are the same.

Drones are the size of a dinner plate and fly at speeds of 80 mph. TV producers will be tested to give viewing pleasure and they are investigating clever ways to do this. Professional race courses are in America but drone racing is on it’s way to the UK too. This is like competitive video gaming turbocharged. Drone racing will be on people’s TV and tablets. Audiences may also be offered special headsets to get FPV beamed straight to the viewer.

Pinnacle Sports are exclusively offering drone racing betting. A specialist online bookmaker with some of the best odds in the industry. Don’t miss out. Visit Pinnacle Sports for more. Pinnacle Sports no longer offer accounts from people coming from or using servers in the UK.

Drone racing betting now available at Pinnacle SportsunratedEditor2016-10-07 12:58:23Competitive drone racing is flying on our screens for the first time. The Drone Racing League run a number of competitive drone racing events around …
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Predictions for the Barclays Premier League 2016/17 season

Deal making in the summer transfer window has been active for the big clubs this year. Manchester United have had an overhaul by Jose Mourinho cutting out 4 players and landing the Frenchman Paul Pogba who currently plays for Juventus. Adnan Januzaj, Andreas Pereira, and Paddy McNair are gone. Bastian Schweinsteiger has be left back in reserve. With Mourinho shaking things up at Old Trafford Man United are a team to focus on this season.

Arsene Wenger may spend more money than was in the transfer kitty at the start of the summer transfer window. Alexandre Lacazette from Lyons on his own is expected to cost more than £50M. Arsenal are beefing up midfield with Granit Xhaka who has costed £30M.

Tottenham Hotspur have sealed a number of moves early on in the transfer window. Dutch forward Vincent Janssen from AZ Alkmaar and midfielder Victor Wanyama from Southampton have already been signed. Georges-Kevin N’Koudou is on his way from Marseille currently a France U21 forward.

Chelsea may be signing Romelu Lukaku from Everton to replace an outgoing Diego Costa and have reached an agreement to sign Marcin Bulka the 16 year old shot stopper from FCB Escola Varsovia.

Last season one of our big predictions for the league winner market was a lay bet on Chelsea who where the favourites to win the league. With the whole season to go Chelsea’s odds just kept getting longer and longer increasing the value of the bet. Left to the end of the season it produced a nice profit. A back bet on Arsenal ‘cashed out’ before the end of the season did the same.

What are the predictions for 2016/17? Here is how we would lay out our mini sports book for the Premiership this season.

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Euro 2016 team stats report

The European Championships Summer 2016 is going to be a big event. Every game will be on TV, at an hour where it’s possible to watch the matches (for UK viewers): as the tournament is being hosted in France. Coverage of the performance of England, Wales, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland will be everywhere, TV, Newspapers, and Twitter, you name it.

Star players from mainland Europe should be in full attendance. Ronaldo, Muller, and Ibrahimovic will all be leading the charge for their country.

Betting at the Euro 2016 shouldn’t be all about win markets. Punters should set themselves a challenge to make the most of all the under the radar markets, including corners, corner handicap markets, goal betting markets, and cards. Let’s look at what the stats from the qualifying games are telling us.

Stats for Euro 2016

Group A

Albania
France
Romania
Switzerland

Romania kept goals to a minimum during qualifying with 9 out of 10 games going under 2.5 goals.
71% of Albania’s matches also produced less than 2.5 goals.
Hosts France did not need to qualify. They where very relaxed and had just two matches where the got more cards than their opponents.

Euro 2016 qualifying stats

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