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Friday, 23 June 2017

New Zealand vs Portugal: Live Stream, Preview and Predictions

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New Zealand vs Portugal-Confederations Cup Predictions 22 June 2017
New Zealand vs Portugal
Confederations Cup
Date: Saturday, 24th June 2017
Kick-off at 16:00 UK/ 17:00 CET
Venue: Krestovsky Stadium (Saint Petersburg).
New Zealand play for pride in their final group game of the 2017 FIFA Confederations cup fixture against Portugal.
The All Whites are eliminated from the tournament after suffering a 2-1 defeat against Mexico on Wednesday. The head-coach Anthony Hudson will be kicking himself after his team failed to make the early advantage count. The Leeds United striker Chris Wood put the Oceania Champions in front 3 minutes before the break, which is New Zealand’s first goal in the competition in over 555 minutes of play. It was the second half brilliance from Javier Aquino which tailored the two goals for Mexico.
It was an early goal from Ronaldo that earned Portugal a 1-0 vital victory over Russia on Wednesday’s crucial tie. The 8th minute headed goal is Portugal’s first goal in Russian soil against the host nation and the first win in 4 attempts after 2 losses and 1 draw in the previous 3.
The Seleccao must be happy with their display as defending was an area on concern in the 2-2 draw against Mexico. Against Russia, they not only kept a clean sheet, but also let no shot on target. In the offense, Portugal had a number of chances, the score-line would have been wide if not for the heroics of Russian goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev.
The victory put Portugal in a commanding position to qualify from the group, but they must ensure maximum points against a team like New Zealand. Currently, they are level on points with Mexico, but they are placed second in the table due to an inferior goal difference.

New Zealand vs Portugal: Head-to-head

This will be the first head-to-head meeting between the two sides.

New Zealand vs Portugal: Prediction

Portugal showed their lethal side in the 1-0 win against Russia. The final scoreline do not tell the whole story, but the number of scoring chances they created during the 90 minutes is a positive sign. Moreover, they were much assured in the defensive department as compared against the opening day fixture against Mexico.
New Zealand are too defensive in their approach, which could play in the hands of the European Champions. The team strength is also a big mismatch on paper, and one must expect Portugal to grab a comfortable win on Saturday.

New Zealand vs Portugal: Bet Tips

Portugal to win first-half at 1.40 odds by Betfair.
The top recommended bet for this match is the first half to produce 2 or more goals. Over 1.5 first half goals can be grabbed for 2.00 odds at Bet365.
We can also back Cristiano Ronaldo to score 2 or more goals in this match.
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Thursday, 22 June 2017

Germany vs Chile: Live Stream Preview and Predictions

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Germany vs Chile-Confederations Cup Predictions 22 June 2017
Germany vs Chile
Confederations Cup – Group B
Date: Thursday, 22nd June 2017
Kick-off at 19:00 UK/ 20:00 CET
Venue: Kazan Arena (Kazan).
Germany and Chile will be keen to assert their dominance in Group B when they lock horns at the Kazan Arena on Thursday evening.
The Mannschaft kicked off their campaign in style by beating Australia 3-2 in a thrilling encounter, while Chile got the better of Cameroon by a 2-0 margin in a match they squandered a handful of scoring chances.
The winner of this match will qualify for the semifinals, while the loser will be handed a must-win scenario in the final group game.
In the first group game, Germany were in a spot of bother due to two goal-keeping howlers of Bernd Leno. This let the Australians come back into the game, despite dominating the attacking third. Also, the defense didn’t look as solid as it used to be. However, this was expected, having Low decided to rest a number of senior players. In a nutshell, the midfield and attack look solid and Low will be encouraged to play an attacking oriented football throughout the tournament.
Chile do have similar problems with plenty of creativity in midfield and a porous and vulnerable defense. Their main area of concern is finishing and 2-0 score-line against Cameroon do not say the whole story. The South American champions could have took an insatiable lead in the first half itself, if not for Vargas and co to squander a number of easy scoring chances. A similar performance could put them into a lot of pressure when coming against a team like Germany.

Germany vs Chile: Head-to-head

Germany have a 100% win record against Chile in the 4 h2h matches so far. Three of those come in World Cup dated 1962, 74 and 82. The fourth game is a friendly on 2014, a first half strike from Mario Gotze giving the Mannschaft a 1-0 win.

Germany vs Chile: Prediction

We are expected another entertaining affair on Thursday night. From the first round of fixtures, it is evident that all teams are not here to hold back, but to play some beautiful attacking football. So, expect another goal fest with both teams look solid in attack and plenty of problems in defense.
The final result could tip in favour of the Germans by a narrow margin, but not before we see a minimum of 3 goals.

Germany vs Chile: Bet Tips

FT – Both Teams to Score and No Draw at 2.15 by William Hill.
The best alternative is Over 1.5 second half goals at 1.85 by Betway.
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Saturday, 17 June 2017

Portugal vs Mexico: Live Stream Preview and Predictions

Portugal vs Mexico-International Friendly Match Preview 18th June 2017


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Portugal vs Mexico
Confederations Cup
Date: Sunday, 18th June 2017
Kick-off at 16:00 UK/ 17:00 CET
Venue: Kazan Arena (Kazan).
The reigning European champions kick-start their Confederations Cup campaign against the 2015 CONCACAF Cup winner Mexico at the Kazan Arena on Sunday, 18th June 2017.
Portugal has won 7 out of their 9 games in all competitions since their Euro 2016 in France. The numbers do not tell the whole story as majority of those wins came against less than ordinary sides. The likes of Andorra, Cyprus, Faroe Islands and Gibraltar are their victims. But they did struggle in the duels against strong sides.
Switzerland defeated the Selecao on matchday 1 of the World Cup campaign. And at the start of March, they lost to Sweden in a friendly. The tournament opener against Mexico will be a real test for Fernando Santos and his men.
Mexico made steady progress since the humiliating defeat against Chile in the Confederations Cup Centenario edition. They have a record of 9 wins and 3 draws from 13 matches. While the lone defeat came against a second string Croatia in an unofficial friendly at the end of May this year.
The El Tri are one of the busiest national sides in this summer. They will take part in the CONCACAF Gold Cup tournament starting in July. However, Juan Carlos Osorio is taking Confederations Cup serious and brought the strongest possible squad to Russia. They have a good record in FIFA tournaments as they often managed to get through the group stages under difficult circumstances.

Portugal vs Mexico: Team News

Both teams are blessed with a fully fit squad for the tournament opener. Therefore, no surprises are expected from both coaches and we could expect them to go with the strongest possible starting eleven.

Portugal: Predicted Line-up (4-3-3)

Rui Patricio – Guerreiro, Pepe, Fonte, Soares – Gomes, Carvalho, Moutinho – Quaresma, Silva, Ronaldo.

Mexico: Predicted Line-up (4-2-3-1)

Ochoa – Reyes, Moreno, Reyes, Layun – dos Santos, Herrera – Vela, Fabian, Lozano – Hernandez.

Portugal vs Mexico: Head-to-head

This will the third meeting between these two sides and Portugal had won the previous two duels.
Their most recent duel was in a friendly in 2014. The veteran defender Bruno Alves scored the lone goal with second left for the final whistle.
The teams were grouped together for the 2006 World Cup edition. That was a 2-1 victory for the Selecao aided by goals from Maniche and Simao.
Cristiano Ronaldo was not part of the Portugal squad in the friendly against Mexico. While he was a bench warmer when the teams met in the World Cup.

Portugal vs Mexico: Prediction

To be honest, this is a tough one to call. Portugal are known for making sloppy starts in tournaments, while Mexico are a team capable of making life hard for strong teams in the group stages. This is why the team from Central America have a better record in tournaments as opposed to their European opposition.
But, we will be able to see an entertaining football match as there is little pressure on both sides due to the status of the tournament. Expect both teams to go for the win and we are likely to see goals on both ends of the ground.

Portugal vs Mexico: Bet Tips

Both teams to score is our primary tip, backed by the attacking talent in both teams. Odds are at 2.00 with Betfair.
Meanwhile, we are expected to see an early goal in the match. So, punters can back Over 0.5 goals in the first half for 1.50 odds at Bet365.
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