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Online betting Premier League: CHELSEA - ARSENAL

History: 49W-46D-61L

First Round: ARSENAL-CHELSEA 1-2


CHELSEA: Chelsea had the postponed match against Southampton in midweek and everything seemed to roll smoothly, taking the lead with 2-0 in the first half, with goals from Ba (25') and Hazard (45'). The guests, however, that until then didn’t seemed to pose any threat, managed to score two goals (58 ', 75'). With Chelsea losing their pace, it wasn’t difficult escape with the draw. Definitely a bad result, since they didn’t manage to take advantage of the game less and now they are still in third place but just two points ahead of Tottenham. Previously, they have beaten Stoke in Britannia by 4-0 with two own goals from Stoke’s striker Walters and each from Hazard and Lampard.


Online betting Premier League: MANCHESTER CITY - FULHAM

History: 21W-11D-10L

First Round: CITY-FULHAM 1-2


MANCHESTER CITY: The derby with Arsenal changed dramatically when Koscielny faced the red card and left his team for almost 80 minutes with 10 players. A penalty was awarded to City but Dzeko missed it, but the Bosnian striker corrected his mistake with a goal in 32 min. Milner had earlier opened the score for his team (21 '). The hosts didn’t threaten enough, while at 75 min, Kompany faced also a red card. City appealed on that decision and the defender will be available for today’s match. Third consecutive win for City, fifth victory in their last 6 and they still retain the difference from United in -7 points, making Mancini to state that there is no room for other losses. They have the best defense in the Premier (19), while they have not conceded in their last three games (FA Cup, EPL).


Preview Bundesliga: First game for Keller with Schalke in the championship

Back in action for the Bundesliga after the winter break with the match Schalke-Hannover opening the 18th round.


History: 26W-9D-13L


Schalke: 2012 ended with the worst way for the “blues”. Staying for 6 games without a win (0W-2D-4L) and going down to the seventh position, the management decided to dismiss the Dutch Huub Stevens and support the fortunes of the team to the coach of Schalke U17, Jens Keller, who is fairly inexperienced, having taken just once in the past a professional team (Stuttgart, October-December 2010). In his debut with Schalke, the team lost in a home game for DFB Pokal from Mainz with 1-2. In overall, they have not won in their last 7 matches in all competitions. In all of them both sides had scored (goal-goal). They count only one win in the championship in their last 8 games (1W-2D-5L).


Form and predictions

A lot of issues and elements are taken under consideration before we place a bet or read tips for some games. The form of a team is perhaps the most important factor. It is a tool used by almost all gamblers and is largely justified. A team that comes from a long winning streak suggests that it has proven the good shape with results while the players’ psychology has soared to the zenith.

Certainly the previous games may not mean a thing, but if there are the right conditions this team can go on and on. In the predictions and analyses of games there is always a special reference and how both team performed previously, whether they were good or bad. Newspapers and magazines could devote whole pages of their material in this as in the preview of the games.


Radamel Falcao: PSG have a very ambitious sporting project.

Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao has hinted he could be interested in joining Paris Saint-Germain.

The much coveted 26-year-old has enjoyed another tremendous season for Atletico, netting 17 goals in 16 domestic matches of La Liga so far, and his exploits have once again made him the target of a number of Europe's biggest clubs.

Commenting on where his future may lie in the summer, the Colombian told Telefoot how much he loved France as a country and how impressed he was with the set up at PSG.

"France is a marvellous country," said Falcao.