Spurs vs Everton: Predictions, Betting Tips and Odds – Can Spurs document a winning start to the season? (13/09/2020)


Premier League football returns this weekend as the 2020/21 season kicks off. Spurs and Everton will both be looking to start the new season with a win.

Event Details

Who is playing?

Tottenham Hotspur vs Everton

What competition are Spurs and Everton playing in?

Premier League Matchweek 1

What time is kick off between Spurs and Everton?

16:30 GMT, Sunday 13th September 2020

Which stadium is hosting Spurs vs Everton?

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London, England

What channel is Spurs vs Everton on?

Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League

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Spurs vs Everton Summary

Spurs and Everton face each other on the opening weekend of the 2020/21 Premier League season. Both sides will want to improve on last season and get off to winning starts.

Spurs lost 2-1 away to Watford at the weekend in their final pre season friendly. Goals from Andre Gray and Dominingos Quina for Watford inflicted Spurs’ first defeat of pre season.

Meanwhile, Everton won their final pre season friendly at the weekend, 2-0 at home to Championship side Preston North End thanks to goals from Dominic Calvert-Lewin and youngster Jonjoe Kenny.

Spurs Team News and Form

Spurs ended the 19/20 season well, so will look to carry that excellent form on into the new season. After the restart, they only lost one game was away to Sheffield United. From their other eight games they won five and drew three of them. Spurs have also won three of their four pre-season friendlies, although they were all against lower opposition.

In Spurs’ final pre season friendly, Andre Gray added to Dominingos Quina’s opener with a penalty as Watford took a 2-0 lead into half-time and despite Son scoring a penalty and having a shot saved late on and Dele’s appeal for a further spot-kick waved away, it was the hosts who claimed the victory at Vicarage Road.

Spurs don’t have any injuries or suspensions and have a full squad to choose from, but Jose Mourinho will hope all his players come through the latest round of international matches unscathed. Youngster Oliver Skipp joined Norwich City on loan for the 20/21 season.

Everton Team News and Form

Everton had a very mixed end to the season after the restart. They only won three times, which were all by one goal margins against relegated Norwich, Sheffield United and Leicester. They also drew three times and lost three times. In pre season, Everton drew 3-3 away to League One Blackpool and won 2-0 at home to Championship side Preston North End.

Against League One Blackpool, Everton came from three goals down to draw 3-3. Dominic Calvert-Lewin started the comeback from a Gylfi Sigurdsson corner. Sigurdsson then followed that up with two goals of his own, one from the penalty spot and the other a free kick. Against Preston, Jonjoe Kenny scored his first senior goal for Everton. Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored Everton’s second as he forced the ball home from a Richarlison cross.

Defender Mason Holgate is doubtful with a toe injury. Jean-Philippe Gbamin is ruled out with an Achilles injury and they rule Cenk Tosun out with a knee injury.

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Spurs Last 5 Matches (All competitions)

  • Watford (a) 2-1 Pre-season Friendly defeat
  • Birmingham (h) 1-0 Pre-season Friendly win
  • Reading (h) 4-1 Pre-season Friendly win
  • Ipswich (h) 3-0 Pre-season Friendly win
  • Crystal Palace (a) 1-1 Premier League draw

Everton recent matches:

  • Preston North End (h) 2-0 Pre-season Friendly win
  • Blackpool (a) 3-3 Pre-season Friendly draw
  • Bournemouth (h) 1-3 Premier League defeat
  • Sheffield United (a) 0-1 Premier League win
  • Aston Villa (h) 1-1 Premier League draw

Top Goalscorers

Spurs Top Goalscorers

  • Heung-Min Son (18 goals in all competitions in 19/20) – Son’s goals came from 28 Premier League starts and 35 starts in all competitions.
  • Harry Kane (24 goals in all competitions in 19/20)  – Kane’s goals came from 29 appearances in the 2019/20 Premier League season and 34 appearances in all competitions.

Everton Top Goalscorers

  • Dominic Calvert-Lewin (15 goals in all competitions in 19/20) – The 2019/20 season was the young striker’s breakthrough, with a career best 15 goals in all competitions from 41 appearances.
  • Richarlison (15 goals in all competitions in 19/20) – Just like Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Richarlison’s goals came from 41 appearances in all competitions in 2019/20.

Match Facts

  • Spurs and Everton have played each other 185 times. Spurs have won 69 of those games, there have been 57 draws between the two sides and Everton won 59 of the games.
  • Both managers are starting their first full season’s in charge of their respective clubs.

Previous Meetings

6th July 2020 TOT 1-0 EVE Premier League
3rd November 2019 EVE 1-1 TOT Premier League
12th May 2019 TOT 2-2 EVE Premier League
23rd December 2018 EVE 2-6 TOT Premier League
13th January 2018 TOT 4-0 EVE Premier League

 Matthew’s Betting Tips

Spurs to win either half is 4/9* with Mark Jarvis. Spurs had a good end to the season and had a solid pre season.

Spurs to win and carry on the form they finished last season in is 17/20* with Mark Jarvis.

Heung Min Son scored four goals in four games in pre season. Son is 8/5* to score anytime against Everton with Mark Jarvis.

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Community Shield Arsenal vs Liverpool: Predictions, Betting Tips and Odds: Will Gunners be glorious again and win their SECOND trophy at Wembley in August? (29/08/2020)


Arsenal can win their second piece of silverware at Wembley Stadium in August as they take on Liverpool in The Community Shield. Matthew Hill tips this early season match for silverware, having landed three tips in his last two prediction posts.

Event Details

Who is playing?

Arsenal vs Liverpool

What competition are Arsenal and Liverpool playing in?

The FA Community Shield

What time is kick off between Arsenal and Liverpool in the Community Shield?

16:30 BST on Saturday 29th August 2020

Which stadium is hosting Arsenal vs Liverpool in the Community Shield?

Wembley Stadium, London, UK

What channel is the Community Shield on?

BT Sport 1

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Community Shield Arsenal vs Liverpool Summary

FA Cup winners, Arsenal take on the Premier League Champions, Liverpool in the Community Shield. Manchester City won last season’s Community Shield after beating Liverpool but failed to qualify for this season’s Community Shield.

Arsenal could win two pieces of silverware in the space of four weeks after beating Chelsea in the FA Cup Final on 1st August. Liverpool hasn’t played a competitive game since their final 2019/20 league game at Newcastle on 26th July.

Arsenal Team News and Form

Arsenal last competitive game came on the 1st August at Wembley Stadium against Chelsea in the FA Cup Final. Chelsea took an early lead after Christian Pulisic finished smartly from Olivier Giroud`s back-heel before Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang got bought down by Cesar Azpilicueta. Aubameyang converted the resulting spot-kick, and the teams headed into the interval level. Aubameyang notched his second after a fine chipped finish over Willy Caballero.

Arsenal held on to win the FA Cup for a record-extending 14th time, but defensive frailties and a lack of creativity led to a disappointing eighth-place finish in the league, the club’s lowest for a quarter of a century.

Arsenal began their pre season at Stadium MK on Tuesday 25th August against League One side MK Dons. With just four minutes on the clock, MK Dons goalkeeper Lee Nicholls scuffed his clearance and Mo Elneny reacted quickest to fire the ball into the top corner from 35 yards. Not long after Arsenal doubled their advantage as a flowing move saw Cedric Soares find Bukayo Saka, who cut the ball back for Eddie Nketiah to fire in.

The hosts pulled one back as they curled a ball in from the right and Rob Holding directed the ball past Bernd Leno and into his own goal. Mikel Arteta made six changes at the break as he sought to get minutes into the legs of the likes of Emile Smith Rowe, Reiss Nelson and Joe Willock. Nketiah had a goal disallowed before being replaced Arteta made five more changes for the last half hour, and Mark McGuinness extended our lead with a fine header.

Nelson then added a fourth from the spot after winning a penalty, and that wrapped up the scoring on an encouraging evening for Arteta’s side. First-choice goalkeeper Bernd Leno and new centre-back William Saliba were part of a strong starting eleven against MK Dons, with the pair having now fully recovered from knee and foot injuries, respectively. However, Shkodran Mustafi (hamstring), Pablo Mari (ankle) and Calum Chambers (knee) all remain sidelined. Striker Gabriel Martinelli – currently in his native Brazil – is aiming to return from his knee injury by the end of the calendar year.

Liverpool Team News and Form

Liverpool’s last competitive game was just over a month ago when they played their final Premier League game of the season away to Newcastle. However, Liverpool have played two pre season friendlies as part of a training camp in Austria. Liverpool recorded a 3-0 victory over VfB Stuttgart in their opening pre-season friendly on Saturday 22nd August. Roberto Firmino’s tap in gave Liverpool the lead against the Bundesliga club with 15 minutes on the clock in Salzburg.

Firmino then claimed an assist for the second as he flicked a Mohamed Salah pass into Naby Keita, who prodded past Gregor Kobel. Rhian Brewster rifled in another midway through the second half as Liverpool sealed a comprehensive win in a good workout. Then in the second game on Tuesday 25th August, Rhian Brewster netted a late brace as Liverpool came from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Red Bull Salzburg.

The hosts took the lead inside three minutes when Fabinho conceded possession just outside his own area, allowing Patson Daka to stride through and finish beyond Alisson Becker. Salzburg netted a second goal moments later. However, Brewster – on as a substitute just after the hour – reduced the arrears when he thumped in from James Milner’s lay-off on 71 minutes before equalising soon after with a measured finish from outside the area to complete a comeback and secure a draw.

Jurgen Klopp received a scare after Virgil van Dijk sustained a blow to the face during Tuesday’s 2-2 draw against Salzburg. However, the dominant Dutch defender expects to be fit to start at Wembley. Injury forced him off in the 55th minute, but Klopp confirmed post-match that they do not expect Van Dijk to suffer any lasting effects.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will not face his former club because of a knee problem, while captain Jordan Henderson is expected to return to training after Saturday’s game as he looks to be ready for the first Premier League fixture of 2020/21 against newly promoted Leeds United on September 12. Centre-back Joel Matip is still recovering from a foot injury but Trent Alexander-Arnold should play some part after missing the Austria trip with a slight problem.

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Arsenal Last 5 Matches (All competitions)

  • MK Dons (A) 4-1 Friendly win
  • Chelsea (N) 2-1 FA Cup Final win
  • Watford (H) 3-2 Premier League win
  • Aston Villa (A) 1-0 Premier League defeat
  • Manchester City (N) 2-0 FA Cup Semi Final win

Liverpool Last 5 Matches (All competitions)

  • Red Bull Salzburg (A) 2-2 Friendly draw
  • Stuttgart (N) 3-0 Friendly win
  • Newcastle (A) 3-1 Premier League win
  • Chelsea (H) 5-3 Premier League win
  • Arsenal (A) 2-1 Premier League defeat

Top Goalscorers

Arsenal Top Goalscorers

  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (22 Premier League goals, 29 goals in all competitions in 2019/20) – Aubameyang made 35 starts in the Premier League and 41 starts in all competitions last season. He ended the 2019/20 Premier League season just one behind Jamie Vardy, the winner of the Golden Boot, and tied with Danny Ings for second place.
  • Alexandre Lacazette (10 Premier League goals, 12 goals in all competitions in 2019/20) – Lacazette made 22 starts and eight appearances off the bench in the league last season and started 30 games in all competitions. Lacazette is just two goals away from his 50th Arsenal goal.

Liverpool Top Goalscorers

  • Mohamed Salah (19 Premier League goals, 23 goals in all competitions in 2019/20) – Salah made 45 starts in all competitions last season. He became the first Liverpool player to score 20 goals in all competitions in three consecutive seasons since Michael Owen between 2000–01 and 2002–03. Salah is just six goals away from his 100th Liverpool goal.
  • Sadio Mane (18 Premier League goals, 22 goals in all competitions in 2019/20) – Mane started 31 Premier League games and 41 games in all competitions.

Rhian Brewster has scored three goals in two games in pre season so far. He has been linked with a loan move to Sheffield United.

Source: Transfermarkt

Match Facts

  • Liverpool have 10 outright wins and 5 shared titles in the Community Shield. Arsenal have 14 outright wins and one shared title in the Community Shield. Manchester United have the most wins in The Community Shield with 17 outright wins and four shared titles.
  • Arsenal and Liverpool have met 229 times across all competitions over the years, with Liverpool boasting 10 more wins, 89 to 79. There have been 61 draws.
  • In the Premier League last season, both sides won at home including Arsenal’s 2-1 win last month. They also met in the EFL Cup fourth round in October with Liverpool winning on penalties following a thrilling 5-5 draw.

Previous Meetings

15th July 2020 ARS 2-1 LIV Premier League
30th October 2019 LIV 5-5 ARS League Cup
24th August 2019 LIV 3-1 ARS Premier League
29th December 2018 LIV 5-1 ARS Premier League
3rd November 2018 ARS 1-1 LIV Premier League

Matthew’s Betting Tips

Liverpool’s defeat to Arsenal in July was their first defeat in 11 matches against The Gunners since April 2015. Arsenal will find it difficult to keep Liverpool quiet for the entire game in the Community Shield. Liverpool to win either half 1/3* with Mark Jarvis.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has enjoyed playing at Wembley recently. He scored two goals in Arsenal’s FA Cup Semi Final win against Manchester City and he also scored two goals in the Final against Chelsea. Aubameyang anytime scorer in the Community Shield is 7/5* with Mark Jarvis.

Arsenal scored in both halves in both their FA Cup Semi Final against Manchester City and the FA Cup Final against Chelsea. The Gunners are 7/2* to score in both halves of the Community Shield with Mark Jarvis.

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PSG vs Bayern Munich: Predictions, Betting Tips and Odds – Epic UCL Final clash between two free-scoring sides in Bayern Munich and PSG! (23/08/2020)


PSG and Bayern Munich will look to end their season on a high as the 2019/20 Champions League winners. Matthew Hill previews the biggest game in Europe, having landed three tips in his last two previews.

Event details

Who is playing?

PSG vs Bayern Munich

What competition are PSG and Bayern Munich playing in?

UEFA Champions League Final

What time is kick off between PSG and Bayern Munich?

20:00 BST on Sunday 23rd August 2020

What stadium is hosting PSG vs Bayern Munich?

Estadio da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal

What channel is PSG vs Bayern Munich on?

BT Sport 1. It is also available for free on the BT Sport website and on YouTube.

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PSG vs Bayern Munich Summary

PSG take on Bayern Munich in the 2019/2020 UEFA Champions League Final.

PSG, one of Europe’s biggest spenders but also one of Europe’s biggest underachievers are through to their first Champions League Final thanks to goals from Marquinhos, Angel di Maria and Juan Bernat. Bayern Munich’s relentless march through this season’s Champions League continued as they breezed past Lyon to reach their 11th Champions League Final.

They will hold the trophy ceremony after the final whistle on the pitch. UEFA president Aleksander Čeferin will present the trophy to the winning team and will also hand over the medals to the players and staff of both teams.

PSG Team News and Form

Marquinhos headed home with the opener from a Di Maria free kick. The second came from a close range finish by Di Maria. Bernat sealed the win with a header.

In the last three seasons, PSG were knocked out in the last 16 of The Champions League and before that they were knocked out at the quarter-final stage four years in a row.

Keylor Navas picked up a hamstring injury during PSG’s quarter-final with Atalanta and was forced to miss the semi-final against RB Leipzig. The Costa Rica international remains a doubt for Sunday’s contest, but various reports in France have suggested that the club’s number one goalkeeper will return for the final. Should he miss out, Sergio Rico will keep his spot between the sticks after keeping a clean sheet against Leipzig.

Idrissa Gueye missed out on the starting line-up for PSG’s semi against Leipzig after picking up a muscle injury in training, and while named on the bench, it remains a doubt if he will be fit to retake his place in the starting 11. Layvin Kurzawa (thigh) and Marco Verratti (calf) are also doubtful.

PSG have no players suspended, Neymar will not face a ban after the Brazilian appeared to break UEFA’s coronavirus protocols at the end of Tuesday’s semi-final against Leipzig by swapping shirts with Marcel Halstenberg. However, swapping shirts is only recommended so they will take no action.

Bayern Munich Team News and Form

Serge Gnabry scored Bayern Munich’s first two goals against Lyon and Robert Lewandowski got the third late on.

Bayern’s win against Lyon ended their run of having lost their last four Champions League semi-finals. It also keeps them on course for a treble of trophies in Hansi Flick’s first season as coach.

Bayern boss Hansi Flick confirmed after the clash with Lyon that Niklas Sule replaced Boateng at the interval of the semi-final because of a muscular problem. However, the experienced central defender is expected to be available for the clash with the French champions. Benjamin Pavard returned to training ahead of the semi-final victory over Lyon and was introduced as a substitute.

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PSG Last 5 Matches (All Competitions)

  • RB Leipzig (N) 3-0 Champions League win
  • Atalanta (N) 2-1 Champions League win
  • Sochaux (H) 1-0 Friendly win
  • Lyon (N) 0-0 (6-5) Coupe de la Ligue win
  • Saint Etienne (H) 1-0 Coupe de France win

Bayern Munich Last 5 Matches (All Competitions)

  • Lyon (N) 3-0 Champions League win
  • Barcelona (N) 8-2 Champions League win
  • Chelsea (H) 4-1 Champions League win
  • Marseille (H) 1-0 Friendly win
  • Bayer Leverkusen (A) 4-2 Bundesliga win

Source: FlashScore

Top Goalscorers

 PSG Top Goalscorers

  • Kylian Mbappe (18 Ligue 1 goals + 5 Champions League goals) – The French forward’s 18 goals in Ligue 1 meant he won the golden boot. In the Champions League this season, he has got five goals and six assists from just five starts and four substitute appearances.
  • Mauro Icardi (12 Ligue 1 goals + 5 Champions League goals) – Icardi has got five goals in seven Champions League starts this season.

Bayern Munich Top Goalscorers

  • Robert Lewandowski (34 Bundesliga goals + 15 Champions League goals) – The Polish forward has scored in every Champions League game so far this season and is the tournament’s top scorer with 14 goals.
  • Serge Gnabry (12 Bundesliga goals + 9 Champions League goals) – Gnabry’s 9 goals and 2 assists in The Champions League have come from 8 starts and 1 substitute appearance. He scored 4 goals against Tottenham and he got a brace against Chelsea and Lyon.

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Match Facts

  • Bayern Munich have won 10 successive Champions League games – which equals the record for winning streaks in the competition set by Real Madrid in 2015 and Bayern themselves in 2013 – as part of a 28 game unbeaten run stretching back to December.
  • Bayern are on the longest unbeaten run across Europe’s top five league’s (P29 W28 D1 L0), scoring 97 goals during this run (3.4 per game) and winning each of their past 20.
  • They are only the fourth team in Champions League history to surpass 40 goals in a single campaign. Only Barcelona in 1999-2000 have netted more in a single campaign in the competition (45) than Bayern’s 42 this season.
  • Bayern Munich will play in the final of the European Cup/Champions League for the 11th time (equalling AC Milan’s record), with only Real Madrid (16) having participated in more.
  • Only Ruud van Nistelrooy in 2003 (9) and Cristiano Ronaldo in 2018 (11) have scored in as many successive matches in the competition’s history as Robert Lewandowski.
  • Serge Gnabry has been directly involved in 11 goals in the Champions League this season (nine goals and two assists); only Robert Lewandowski has had a hand in more (20).
  • Angel di Maria has 89 assists in all competitions since he joined PSG in August 2015 – only Barcelona’s Lionel Messi has more in Europe’s top five leagues in that time. He also now has nine goal involvements in the competition this season, surpassing the tally he managed in helping Real Madrid lift the trophy in 2013-14.
  • Angel di Maria is unbeaten in all 17 Champions League matches he has scored in (W15 D2 L0 – 21 goals in total) – only Mohamed Salah (18), Gonzalo Higuain (21) and Patrick Kluivert (25) have scored in more games without defeat in the competition’s history.
  • When Di Maria, Mbappe and Neymar have started together this season, PSG have lost just one of 12 games.
  • PSG will be the fifth different French side to appear in a European Cup/Champions League final and the first since Monaco in 2003-04. Only Italy, Germany (6 each) and England (8) have had more different clubs appear in the final of the competition.
  • No side has ever scored in more consecutive matches in major UEFA competitions than PSG’s current run of 34 (level with Real Madrid between 2011-2014 in the Champions League). The last side to stop the Parisians scoring were Manchester City back in a 1-0 win in April 2016.

Source: BBC Sport

Previous Meetings

21st July 2018 BAY 3-1 PSG International Champions Cup
5th December 2017 BAY 3-1 PSG Champions League
27th September 2017 PSG 3-0 BAY Champions League

Matthew’s Betting Tips

Bayern Munich to carry on their excellent run in the Champions League and lift their 6th European Cup is 21/20* with Mark Jarvis

Serge Gnabry to carry on his excellent scoring record in the tournament and score at anytime is 5/4* with Mark Jarvis.

It’s set to be a close game with both teams possessing excellent forwards. Bayern Half time/Full time – Draw/Bayern Munich is 9/2* with Mark Jarvis.

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RB Leipzig vs PSG: Predictions, Betting Tips and Odds – Who will continue their excellent run and reach the Champions League Final? (18/08/2020)


A quick turnaround in the Champions League sees RB Leipzig take on PSG in the first semi-final on Tuesday. Matthew Hill tips this match having landed five of his last six tips.

Event Details

Who is playing?

RB Leipzig vs PSG

What competition are RB Leipzig and PSG playing in?

UEFA Champions League Semi Final

What time is kick off between RB Leipzig and PSG?

20:00 BST on Tuesday 18th August 2020

Which stadium is hosting RB Leipzig vs PSG?

Estadio da Luz, Lisbon, Portugal

What channel is RB Leipzig vs PSG on?

BT Sport 1

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RB Leipzig vs PSG summary

RB Leipzig take on PSG in the first UEFA Champions League Semi Final on Tuesday. There are no second leg ties, meaning this match will decide who will book a place in the final on the weekend.

PSG scored two late goals in a sensational comeback against Atalanta to reach the Champions League semi-finals for the first time in 25 years. While RB Leipzig overcame a typically cautious Atletico Madrid to reach their first ever Champions League semi-final just 11 years after their formation.

Whoever gets through will face either Bayern Munich or Lyon in the Final. So there is the potential for either an all German final or an All French final. 

RB Leipzig Team News and Form

After a poor first half against Atletico Madrid, Dani Olmo headed for the German side ahead, but Atletico substitute Joao Felix levelled the tie from the penalty spot.

Madrid were hoping to reach their third final in six years but looked content to take the tie into extra time and sat back for much of the game. RB Leipzig punished Atletico’s characteristic approach two minutes from time when Tyler Adams’ deflected strike sent the German side through.

Timo Werner was a big player for Leipzig during the 19/20 season but the Germany International chose not to finish the season with the Bundesliga outfit as he agreed an early move to Chelsea. Leipzig’s squad is in excellent shape at the moment, though, with Ibrahima Konate who underwent hip surgery last month, their only confirmed absentee heading into the last-four contest.

Leipzig are likely to start with the same lineup as they did against Atletico with Dani Olmo again operating in the position just behind Yussuf Poulsen. Schick, Adams and Forsberg are among those who could come into their manager’s thinking for a starting role, although it is likely to be a case of same again for the German outfit.

PSG Team News and Form

On the 50th anniversary of the club’s formation, it looked like being a familiar story for PSG in the Champions League. It was a frustrating night for Neymar, who was the only bright spark for PSG but missed two good chances. But introducing Mbappe provided an astonishing finale to the first one-legged quarter final.

Brazil forward Neymar, set up a 90th minute equaliser for Marquinhos and substitute Kylian Mbappe set up former Stoke striker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting to get the winner.

PSG are set to be without midfielder Marco Verratti and first choice goalkeeper Keylor Navas for the last-four encounter. Verratti missed out against Atalanta with a calf problem and is still struggling, while Navas had to be replaced in the latter stages of their quarter final tie, having picked up a thigh issue, meaning that Sergio Rico is almost certain to feature between the sticks.

Angel di Maria is available again after being suspended against Atalanta, while Layvin Kurzawa remains on the sidelines for Thomas Tuchel’s side with a thigh injury. Kylian Mbappe made his return from an ankle injury off the bench in the quarter-finals and should start on Tuesday night.

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RB Leipzig Last 5 Matches (All competitions)

  • Atletico Madrid (N) 2-1 Champions League win
  • Wolfsburg (H) 1-1 Friendly draw
  • Augsburg (A) 1-2 Bundesliga win
  • Borussia Dortmund (H) 0-2 Bundesliga loss
  • Fortuna Dusseldorf (H) 2-2 Bundesliga draw

PSG Last 5 Matches (All competitions)

  • Atalanta (N) 2-1 Champions League win
  • Sochaux (H) 1-0 Friendly win
  • Lyon (N) 0-0 (6-5) Coupe de la Ligue win
  • Saint Etienne (H) 1-0 Coupe de France win
  • Celtic (H) 4-0 Friendly win

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Top Goalscorers

RB Leipzig Top Goalscorers 

  • Emil Forsberg (5 Bundesliga goals + 4 Champions League goals) – The Swedish attacker has four goals and one assist in the Champions League this season from five starts and three substitute appearances.
  • Marcel Sabitzer (9 Bundesliga goals + 4 Champions League goals) – The Austrian attacking midfielder has got four goals and three assists in the Champions League this season from 8 starts.

PSG Top Goalscorers

  • Kylian Mbappe (18 Ligue 1 goals + 5 Champions League goals) – The French forward’s 18 goals in Ligue 1 meant he won the golden boot. In the Champions League this season, he has got five goals and six assists from just four starts and four substitute appearances.
  • Mauro Icardi (12 Ligue 1 goals + 5 Champions League goals) – Icardi has got five goals in seven Champions League starts this season.

Source: Transfermarkt

Match Facts

  • RB Leipzig are the first German side other than Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund to reach the semi finals of the Champions League since Schalke did so in 2010/11.
  • Marcel Sabitzer registered his 26th goal involvement in all competitions for RB Leipzig this season (16 goals, 10 assists), 8 more than any other RB Leipzig player.
  • PSG are in their first Champions League semi-final for 25 years while RB Leipzig are in their first ever Champions League semi-final after only being formed 11 years ago.

Source: BBC Sport

Previous Meetings

Tuesday’s semi-final will be the first-ever competitive meeting between these two teams. However, Leipzig beat PSG 4-2 in a friendly back in July 2014.

Matthew’s Betting Tips

This season Leipzig scored 1.78 goals per game and PSG scored 2.44 goals per game. Over 2.5 goals is 8/13* with Mark Jarvis.

PSG scored two late goals in the 90th and 93rd minute to reach the semi-finals. Their attacking threat could just be the difference towards the end of the game. PSG to score in 76-90 minute period is 6/4* with Mark Jarvis.

Mbappe’s 18 goals in Ligue 1 meant he won the golden boot. In the Champions League this season, he has got 5 goals and 6 assists from just 4 starts and 4 substitute appearances. He normally turns up for the big occasions, for example for France during the 2018 World Cup. Mbappe to score two or more is 17/4* with Mark Jarvis.

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Barcelona vs Napoli: Predictions, Betting Tips and Odds – Gattuso’s Napoli battle Barca at the iconic Camp Nou! (08/09/2020)


Barcelona and Napoli return to Champions League action, aiming to secure a place in the Quarter Finals. We preview the second leg at the Nou Camp, which the visitors will fancy their chances.

Event Details

Who is playing?

Barcelona vs Napoli (1-1 on agg.)

What competition are Barcelona and Napoli playing in?

UEFA Champions League Round of 16 Second Leg

What time is kick off between Barcelona and Napoli?

20:00 BST on Saturday 8th August 2020

What stadium is Barcelona vs Napoli being held?

Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain

What channel is Barcelona vs Napoli on?

BT Sport 2

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Barcelona vs Napoli Summary

Barcelona host Napoli at The Nou Camp on Saturday evening with the tie currently level at 1-1 after the first leg in Naples. A clean sheet or victory will see Barca progress to the Quarter Finals.

Antoine Griezmann’s first away Champions League goal since February 2017 not only ensured Barcelona secured a hard-fought 1-1 draw in the first leg but it gave Barca a valuable away goal advantage for the return leg.

Whoever comes out on top in this tie will face either Chelsea or Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals of The Champions League.

Barcelona Team News and Form

Barcelona was mostly impressive after the restart, with just one or two surprise results. Seven wins, three draws and one defeat meant they finished the season in second, five points behind Champions Real Madrid but 12 points ahead of Atletico Madrid and Sevilla.

The hosts hasn’t lost a Champions League game at The Nou Camp since May 1, 2013, when Bayern Munich won 3-0 in the second leg of the Champions League semifinals. Since then, 26 different teams have played a Champions League game at The Nou Camp – Barca’s record is 31 wins and 4 draws from these contests.

Sergio Busquets, Jorge Cuenca, Ousmane Dembele, Daniel Morar, Samuel Umtiti and Arturo Vidal are all ruled out through either injury or suspension while Ronald Araujo, Antoine Griezmann and Clement Lenglet are doubts. Ronald Araujo and Ousmane Dembélé could join at least part of the training session with the rest of the players on Wednesday.

Napoli Team News and Form

Napoli finished the Serie A season in seventh position but lost just two of their last nine fixtures (W5, D2, L2), despite both teams scoring in seven of those games.

Scoring first could be crucial as ten of Napoli’s last 11 competitive that didn’t end in a draw in regulation time saw the winner score first. Napoli only won one of their final five Serie A away fixtures (W1, D1, L3) and have lost their last three matches in Spain.

Forward, Lorenzo Insigne and defender, Konstantinos Manolas are both injured while defender Nikola Maksimovic is a doubt.

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Barcelona Last 5 Matches (All competitions)

  • Alaves (A) 5-0 La Liga win
  • Osasuna (H) 2-1 La Liga defeat
  • Valladolid (A) 1-0 La Liga win
  • Espanyol (H) 1-0 La Liga win
  • Villareal (A) 4-1 La Liga win

Napoli Last 5 Matches (All competitions)

  • Lazio (H) 3-1 Serie A win
  • Inter Milan (A) 2-0 Serie A defeat
  • Sassuolo (H) 2-0 Serie A win
  • Parma (A) 2-1 Serie A defeat
  • Udinese (H) 2-1 Serie A win

Source: flashscore.co.uk

Top Goalscorers

Barcelona Top Goalscorers

  • Lionel Messi (25 La Liga goals, 30 goals in all competitions) –  The Argentine had another ridiculous season, putting up crazy numbers in La Liga once again. He has scored after half time in five of Barcelona’s last seven home games.
  • Luis Suarez (16 La Liga goals, 19 goals in all competitions) – This is the Uruguayan’s lowest scoring season since the 14/15 season. Despite his injury troubles and turning 33 this year, he is still a major threat in front of goal and one of the most clinical strikers in Europe.

Napoli Top Goalscorers

  • Arkadiusz Milik (11 Serie A goals, 14 goals in all competitions) – The Polish international has only started two Champions League games this season but scored a hat trick in the final group game against Genk. He has recently been linked with a move to Juventus.
  • Dries Mertens (9 Serie A goals, 16 goals in all competitions) – Mertens has scored six goals in the Champions League this season from six starts and one substitute appearance. The 33-year-old was linked with a move to Chelsea only a couple of months ago.

Source: transfermarkt.co.uk

Match Facts

  • Barcelona have won 13 of their last 15 UCL ties at this stage.
  • None of Napoli’s last eight games produced a goalless first half.
  • Only one of Barcelona’s last seven matches saw a goalless first half.
  • Five of Barcelona’s last six UCL games saw both teams score and the opener netted by the 30th minute.
  • Barcelona are winless in the last three competitive matches in which they conceded first.

Source: ronaldo.com

Previous Meetings

25th February 2020.   NAP 1-1 BAR   UEFA Champions League

10th August 2019        NAP 0-4 BAR    Club Friendly

8th August 2019       BAR 2-1 NAP      Club Friendly

6th August 2014          NAP 1-0 BAR     Club Friendly

22nd August 2011     BAR 5-0 NAP       Club Friendly

Matthew’s Betting Tips

Barcelona are favourites to beat Napoli and reach a record 13th consecutive Champions League quarter final. Mark Jarvis prices them at 4/6* to win in 90 minutes.

Five of Barcelona’s last six UCL games saw both teams score. Barcelona to win and both teams to score is 2/1* with Mark Jarvis.

Dries Mertens has scored three goals in Napoli’s last two Champions League away matches, scoring the opener in both matches. He is 9/4* to score anytime with Mark Jarvis.

Barca Napoli Tips

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Bournemouth vs Southampton betting tips: Can Bournemouth get back-to-back home wins against an impressive Southampton side?


Bournemouth are aiming to win back-to-back home games to strengthen their survival hopes against an impressive Southampton side. We preview this clash as Bournemouth look to climb out of the relegation zone.

Event Details

Who is playing?

Bournemouth vs Southampton

What competition is it?

Premier League Matchweek 37

What time is Bournemouth vs Southampton?

14:00 BST, Sunday 19th July 2020

Where do Bournemouth play?

The Vitality stadium, Bournemouth, England

Where can I watch Bournemouth vs Southampton?

BT Sport

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Thoughts on Bournemouth vs Southampton

Bournemouth ended their wretched run of defeats with an impressive second half turnaround last weekend against Leicester. Bournemouth then put in a superb performance at the Etihad on Wednesday but got no reward for their efforts. The Cherries probably could have, and should have, come away from The Etihad with a point. The Cherries even broke the Premier League record for most goal attempts at The Etihad and fewest conceded there, during Guardiola’s time in the Premier League. So with their win over Leicester and two goals at Old Trafford, there’s every chance they can get results from their final two games of the season.

After their poor start to the season, Southampton will be grateful that they haven’t got too much to play for with two games remaining, which shows how far they have come since their humiliating defeat to Leicester last Autumn. Since the restart, they have gained 12 points from a possible 21, this includes an impressive win against Manchester City and a last gasp draw at Manchester United. The Saints will look to extend their unbeaten run to six league games.

Bournemouth looking to escape the drop

After a tough run of fixtures, Bournemouth will be grateful that their two remaining fixtures should be easier, at least on paper. The Cherries have faced Chelsea, Liverpool, Wolves, Manchester United, Tottenham, Leicester and Manchester City in their last nine game either side of the break. However, Southampton will not be pushovers and the hosts will have to put in a similar performance to the one they produced at The Etihad on Wednesday to get anything from the game.

Inconsistency has been a problem for Bournemouth recently. Against Newcastle and Crystal Palace, Bournemouth were far from their best but in the second half against Leicester and against Manchester City, Bournemouth were much better but because they were facing tougher opposition only got three points from those two games. Finding the net has also been a problem for Bournemouth this season, they have fired blanks in 14 games this season, which is 39% of games where they have failed to score. However, in the last five games, they have scored eight goals.

Southampton looking to extend their unbeaten run

Both sides looked very different when they played each other in the reverse fixture. Bournemouth’s first ever win at Southampton meant they moved up to third. While the defeat for Southampton was the first of eight league games in which they failed to win which included the 9-0 defeat to Leicester. However, Southampton have had a remarkable turnaround since that run of games whilst their south coast opponents are in real danger of relegation.

Scoring is not an issue for Southampton away from home. They have scored in the last five games they have played on the road. They are unbeaten in their last four away games. However, they have drawn their last two away games so they will hope to go one better this time round. They have fared better on the road this season. They have scored more goals – 1.56 on the road per game compared to 1.00 goal per game at home. They also concede less away from home – 1.89 at home per game compared to 1.39 away from home per game.

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Bournemouth recent matches:

  • Manchester City (a) 2-1 defeat
  • Leicester (h) 4-1 win
  • Tottenham (h) 0-0 draw
  • Manchester United (a) 5-2 defeat
  • Newcastle (h) 1-4 defeat

Southampton recent matches:

  • Brighton (h) 1-1 draw
  • Manchester United (a) 2-2 draw
  • Everton (a) 1-1 draw
  • Manchester City (h) 1-0 win
  • Watford (a) 1-3 win

Top Contributors

Bournemouth top contributors

  • Callum Wilson (Forward with 8 goals and 1 assist) – Wilson is Bournemouth’s top scorer this season even after missing several games through injury but he hasn’t scored since the restart with his last goal coming in Bournemouth’s last game before the break.
  • Joshua King (Forward with 5 goals and 3 assists) – King has struggled with injuries this season, missing an enormous part of the middle of the season. He was last directly involved in a goal when he scored one and assisted another at Old Trafford on July 4th.

Southampton top contributors

  • Danny Ings (Forward with 20 goals and 2 assists) – Ings scores 0.68 goals every 90 minutes that he’s on the pitch. He is Southampton’s top scorer, and he is the joint 2nd highest scorer in the Premier League, He has 5 goals and 1 assist since the restart.
  • James Ward Prowse (Midfielder with 5 goals and 4 assists) – Ward-browse has 1 goal and 0 assists since the restart
  • Stuart Armstrong (Midfielder with 5 goals and 4 assists) – Armstrong has got 2 goals and 3 assists since the restart

Previous Meetings

20th September 2019 SOU 1-3 BOU Premier League
27th April 2019 SOU 3-3 BOU Premier League
20th October 2018 BOU 0-0 SOU Premier League
28th April 2018 SOU 2-1 BOU Premier League
3rd December 2017 BOU 1-1 SOU Premier League

Matthew’s Betting Tips

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League One Playoff Final 2019/20 betting tips: Fiery battle for Oxford United and Wycombe Wanderers at Wembley!


The League One season comes to an end as Oxford United and Wycombe Wanderers battle it out for the last promotion place at Wembley. We preview this exciting match where the winners will earn promotion to the EFL Championship.

Event Details

Who is playing?

Oxford United vs Wycombe Wanderers

What competition is it?

League One Playoff Final 2019/20

What time is the League One Playoff Final?

19:30 BST, Monday 13th July 2020

Where is the League One Playoff Final being played?

Wembley Stadium, London, England

Where can I watch League One Playoff Final?

Sky Sports Football

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Thoughts on League One Playoff Final – Oxford United vs Wycombe Wanderers

Wembley hosts its second behind closed doors game since the restart as the League One season ends. The two sides have had a quick turnaround, having played two matches in the space of a few days in the Playoff Semi Finals. One week on, the Playoff Final has come around for these two clubs that are yet to hit full match fitness.

The markets are extremely close, as both sides aim to secure promotion from League One. Oxford United, the slight favourites, had a wonderful season. They only lost three times at home, but faired slightly worse on the road with six defeats.

Wycombe meanwhile, managed by Gareth Ainsworth, were the big beneficiaries of clubs voting to end the season early and the table being calculated on a points-per-game basis – they jumped from eighth in the table to third in the final standings.

Oxford United

The U’s have spent four years in non-league since they last played in the second tier in 1998-99. Oxford United were regulars in the second tier in the 1990s. But they fell out of the Football League in 2006 and, after four years in non-league, the U’s could win promotion to the Championship just 10 years after returning climbing out of non-league. Karl Robinson’s men won five consecutive games to climb into promotion contention before they suspended the season in March because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Wycombe’s defence will have to be at their best if they’re to stop Oxford United from scoring. Oxford have scored in their last four home games and they have failed to score in just 19% of league matches this season. Oxford also have the better record from the two sides recent meetings, winning four and losing one from the last six games between the two sides. They have scored in each of the last seven first halves of their matches, with 50% of those first half goals scored arriving between the 43rd-45th minutes.

Wycombe Wanderers

Until 1993-94, Wycombe’s entire existence was in non-league. The Choirboys are aiming to reach the Championship for the first time in their history. Finishing in third set up a play-off semi final against Fleetwood Town, and gave Wycombe home advantage in the second leg. However, Wycombe did the damage in the first leg, going 2-1 up after a manic first six minutes and eventually ran out 4-1 winners at Highbury with Fleetwood finishing the game with nine men. A 2-2 draw at Adams Park sealed a 6-3 aggregate win and sealed Wycombe’s place at Wembley.

Wycombe spent much of the season in the automatic promotion places but fell away. However, they have now won three and lost one of their last five games either side of the break. On average Wycombe Wanderers score 1.42 goals and concede 1.19 goals per match. 44% of Wycombe Wanderers’s matches ended with both teams scoring and their average total goals per match is 2.61.

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Oxford United recent matches:

  • Portsmouth (h) 1-1 draw (set) Oxford win 5-4 on penalties
  • Portsmouth (a) 1-1 draw
  • Shrewsbury (a) 2-3 win
  • Southend (h) 2-1 win
  • Accrington (h) 3-0 win

Wycombe Wanderers recent matches:

  • Fleetwood (h) 2-2 draw
  • Fleetwood (a) 1-4 win
  • Doncaster (a) 3-1 defeat
  • Tranmere (h) 3-1 win
  • Bolton (a) 0-2 win

Top Contributors

Oxford United Top Contributors

  • James Henry (Midfielder) – 12 goals and 9 assists. Henry had the 4th highest number of assists in League one last season.
  • Matt Taylor (Forward) – 13 goals and 2 assists. Taylor was Oxford’s top scorer last season and the 8th highest scorer in League One.

Wycombe Wanderers Top Contributors

  • Adebayo Akinfenwa (Forward) – 10 goals and 5 assists. The experienced frontman finished as Wycombe’s top scorer last season and scored all seven of his penalties in his career.
  • Joe Jacobson (Defender) – 9 goals and 2 assists. Although, Jacobsen is a defender he finished as Wycombe’s 2nd highest scorer as he takes free kicks and penalties. In his career he has converted exactly 75% of his penalties (18 out of 24).

Previous Meetings

21st December 2019 OXU 1-0 WYC EFL League One
30th March 2019 OXU 2-1 WYC EFL League One
6th November 2018 WYC 0-3 OXF EFL Trophy
15th September 2018 WYC 0-0 OXU EFL League One
7th May 2016 OXU 3-0 WYC EFL League Two

Matthew’s Betting tips

League One Playoff Final Betting Tips

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Everton vs Leicester betting tips: Will Foxes get their first win since the restart?


Leicester return to Premier League action after their FA cup exit, as they go in search of their first win since the restart away at Everton. We tip this match that could see Everton move into the top half.

Event Details

Who is Playing?

Everton vs Leicester City

What competition is it?

Premier League Matchweek 33

What time is Everton vs Leicester?

18:00 GMT Wednesday 1st July 2020

Where do Everton play?

Goodison Park, Liverpool, England

Where can I watch Everton vs Leicester?

Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action

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Thoughts on Everton vs Leicester

The two sides come into the match in differing form but both will look to take all three points. The much improved and resolute Everton take on a stuttering Leicester side at Goodison Park. Brendan Rodgers’ side beat Everton 2-1 in the reverse fixture and King Power Stadium in December. Leicester are now struggling to regain some form while Everton are much improved under Carlo Ancelotti and haven’t conceded since the restart. Both sides have only scored once since the restart and have looked solid defensively so we can expect a low-scoring game.

Pressure is mounting on the visitors, who may finally lose their 3rd place spot they have held for some time if they cannot win in Merseyside. Chelsea, Manchester United, and Wolves are all hunting Champions League football and are currently looking much better than the Foxes. Disappointingly for Everton, they are still in the bottom half of the table in 12th position heading into this one. However, they are only four points behind 7th place Tottenham Hotspur and another win here could start a run to a surprise European spot for next season.

Everton unbeaten at home under Ancelotti

A contrasting start and end to the season sees Everton in mid-table just outside the top half. Everton are unbeaten at home under Ancelotti but have only won one of their last five games. However, since the restart, they held Champions Liverpool at home and won away at Norwich. The Toffees have been tight at the back but the goals haven’t been flowing – they have only scored 8 times in 6 home games under Ancelotti.

However, when they have scored at home, it has usually been the first goal. Everton have opening the scoring in 75% of their last eight home league games. The Merseyside club have a much stronger home record than away record too. They average 1.73 PPG at home compared to a measly 0.94 PPG on the road. Brazilian forward Richarlison scored in the first half of the previous clash against the Foxes, and his last Premier League goal also came in the first half against Arsenal.

Can the Foxes get their first win since the restart?

Just like Everton, Leicester have one win from their last 5 league games. Despite sitting in 3rd place, Leicester have not been in suitable form. Leicester got off to a pleasant start this season, winning 12 and losing just two of their fist 16 games. However, their last 15 games have been markedly different, they have won only 4 of their last 15 league games, losing 6 of them. The Foxes won 7 of their first 11 away games in the Premier League this season but haven’t won on the road since New Year’s Day.

They will look to Jamie Vardy to fire them out of this relative rut. Vardy is the current top scorer in the Premier League with 19 goals this season. He is currently on 99 Premier League goals and he will be the first player to join the Premier League 100 Club while playing for Leicester. Luckily for him, Leicester have a sound record at Goodison Park of finding the net, as they have scored in 11 consecutive visits to Goodison Park. 67% of recent H2H meetings have produced Over 3.5 Goals as well.

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Everton recent matches

  • Norwich (a) 0-1 win
  • Liverpool (h) 0-0 draw
  • Chelsea (a) 4-0 defeat
  • Manchester United (h) 1-1 draw

Leicester recent matches

  • Chelsea (h) 0-1 defeat
  • Brighton (h) 0-0 draw
  • Watford (a) 1-1 draw
  • Aston Villa (h) 4-0 win

Top Contributors

Everton’s Top Contributors

  • Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Forward) – 13 goals and 1 assist
  • Richarlison (Forward) – 10 goals and 3 assists.

Calvert-Lewin’s last goal came on 1st March at home to Manchester United while Richarlison’s last goal came in Everton’s 3-2 defeat at Arsenal on 22nd February.

Leicester’s Top Contributors

  • Jamie Vardy (Forward) – 19 goals and 4 assists
  • Harvey Barnes (Midfielder) – 6 goals and 6 assists

Vardy and Barnes both got two goals apiece in Leicester’s last win and the last Premier League game before the break. The Foxes won 4-0 at home to strugglers Aston Villa.

Previous Meetings

18th December 2019 EVE 2-2 LEI EFL Cup
1st December 2019 LEI 2-1 EVE Premier League
1st January 2019 EVE 0-1 LEI Premier League
6th October 2018 LEI 1-2 EVE Premier League
31st January 2018 EVE 2-1 LEI Premier League

Matthew’s Betting Tips

Everton Leicester Betting Tips

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