Friday, April 18, 2014

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Rudi Garcia's men have been playing like champions recently, and Al Hain-Cole expects them to record yet another win over a home team that have struggled in big games

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Remi Garde masterminded a shock 1-0 league victory against Les Parisiens just last weekend, and Al Hain-Cole expects him to employ similar tactics in a typically tense final

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Goal takes a look at the best players to select or avoid, the bargain buys and the top choice for captain's double points ahead of the weekend's Premier League action

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The young midfielder's fortunate strike ensured that the Blues will face Fulham - who defeated Reading in their semi-final - to be crowned the best of England's up-and-comers

Thursday, April 17, 2014

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Many consider Liverpool's Brendan Rodgers a worthy favourite for the accolade but a number of bets have come in for the Crystal Palace boss to scoop the prize

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With Promotion to the Premier League secured the Foxes now go in search of the title as they welcome the R's to the King Power Stadium, with our tipster backing goals

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Manuel Pellegrini's men failed to get the better of Gus Poyet's struggling side and have seen their title odds pushed out as Chelsea and Liverpool shorten in the betting

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After scoring a late winner for Real Madrid against Barcelona on Wednesday night, has the £86 million man proved his worth for his new side or does he still have work to do?

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The Clarets make the short trip across Lancashire on Good Friday looking to take one step closer to promotion, with our tipster backing them to win

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The Ivorian's notebook full of musings on the "mysteries of the game" features in the latest of our series chronicling the extraordinary power of belief

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Steve McClaren's men are warm favourites to take maximum points but our tipster believes that the home side have been underestimated by the odds compilers ahead of Friday's clash

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The Catalan concedes that the Bavarians had initially struggled to play their usual passing game against their second-tier opponents but was encouraged by their persistence

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Pep Guardiola's men set up a date with Borussia Dortmund in the DFB-Pokal final as they brushed aside the challenge of their second-tier opponents in confident fashion

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Bastian Schweinsteiger, Toni Kroos, Thomas Muller, Mario Mandzukic and Mario Gotze were all on target in a comfortable win for Pep Guardiola's men

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

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After losing at the weekend, Manuel Pellegrini's side look to get their title challenge back on track tonight as they face a Black Cats side in woeful form

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The Eagles have been transformed into one of the league's most difficult opponents under the former Stoke boss, and Al Hain-Cole thinks they provide a strong resistance tonight

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Lewandowski's 100th Dortmund goal helped the home side on their way into the DFB Pokal final, with sparkling performances from Mkhitaryan and Reus lighting up Signal Iduna Park

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Henrikh Mkhitaryan opened the scoring before the Poland international brought up three figures for the club to keep alive their last remaining hope of silverware this season