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vendredi 17 février 2017


PSG vs Barcelona - Competition: UEFA Champions League

Paris Saint-Germain team have won nine and drawn one of 10 matches in all competitions since the start of the year, scoring 29 goals and conceding just four times. They crushed Bordeaux 3-0 in Ligue 1 at Matmut Atlantique on Friday and climbed into second place in the league standings. Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona clashed in the quarter-finals back in 2015, with Luis Enrique's men running out 5-1 winners on aggregate after a 3-1 win at the Parc des Princes. The French outfit have never kept a clean sheet against Barcelona in nine matches.
Italian international Thiago Motta is out through suspension and Adrien Rabiot is expected to deputise in midfield. Marco Verratti finally made his much-anticipated return from a calf injury last weekend. Edinson Cavani will be probably flanked by Angel Di Maria and Lucas Moura up front, with Julian Draxler providing a further option. Neither Javier Pastore nor Grzegorz Krychowiak are completely up to speed following a spell on the sidelines.
 FC Barcelona team have lost just one of their last 22 matches in all competitions and are coming off a 6-0 thrashing of Alaves in La Liga BBVA last Saturday. In La Liga Barcelona are in second spot and with ground to make up on Real Madrid who are one point better off and they have two games in hand. They have a W8-D2-L0 record in their last 10 matches with 31 goals scored and only six conceded. In UCL the Blaugrana finished top of Group C with an impressive six-point edge over Man City,  scoring 20 goals in 6 group stages.
Luis Enrique will recall the likes of Gerard Pique, Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets. Full-back Alex Vidal has been ruled out and this will see Sergio Roberto start at right-back. Javier Mascherano is also missing due to a thigh injury and Samuel Umtiti is favourite to partner Pique at the back. Of course, the likes of Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar will start up front.

Probable lineups:

Paris Saint-Germain: Trapp – Aurier, Marquinhos, Silva, Kurzawa – Verratti, Rabiot, Matuidi – di Maria, Lucas, Cavani

FC Barcelona: ter Stegen – Roberto, Pique, Umtiti, Alba – Rakitic, Busquets, Iniesta – Messi, Suarez, Neymar

PSG last 5 matches:

29/01/17 PSG 1 – 1 Monaco
01/02/17 Rennes 0 – 4 PSG
04/02/17 Dijon 1 – 3 PSG
07/02/17 PSG 2 – 1 Lille
10/02/17 Bordeaux 0 – 3 PSG

Barcelona last 5 matches:
29/01/17 Real Betis 1 – 1 Barcelona
01/02/17 Atletico Madrid 1 – 2 Barcelona
04/02/17 Barcelona 3 – 0 Athletic Club
07/02/17 Barcelona 1 – 1 Atletico Madrid
11/02/17 Deportivo Alaves 0 – 6 Barcelona
Date: 14 February 2017
Kick-off Time: 19:45 GMT - 20:45 CET
Venue: Parc des Princes, Paris

samedi 3 décembre 2016



Match Barcelona - Real Madrid time is at 15:30 on 03-12-2016 Spanish League Primera Div. 1 .kikk off time of match  Barcelona - Real Madrid is on Gmt time

Barcelona play host to Real Madrid in the first El Clasico fixture of the season on Saturday afternoon looking to close the gap to their arch rivals in the La Liga table to just three points.

Real Madrid make the trip to Camp Nou having not lost in 13 league fixtures this season and victory for Zinedine Zidane's side would leave Barcelona requiring a stellar second half to the campaign in order to defend their crown.

Real Madrid Latest 12 Matches

30.11.2016 SPA Cup Real Madrid 6-1 Cultural Leonesa
26.11.2016 SPA D1 Real Madrid 2-1 Sporting Gijón
22.11.2016 UEFA CL Sporting Lisboa 1-2 Real Madrid
19.11.2016 SPA D1 Atlético Madrid 0-3 Real Madrid
06.11.2016 SPA D1 Real Madrid 3-0 CD Leganés
02.11.2016 UEFA CL Legia Warszawa 3-3 Real Madrid
29.10.2016 SPA D1 Deportivo Alavés 1-4 Real Madrid
26.10.2016 SPA Cup Cultural Leonesa 1-7 Real Madrid
23.10.2016 SPA D1 Real Madrid 2-1 Athletic Bilbao
18.10.2016 UEFA CL Real Madrid 5-1 Legia Warszawa
15.10.2016 SPA D1 Real Betis 1-6 Real Madrid
02.10.2016 SPA D1 Real Madrid 1-1 SD Eibar

Barcelona Latest 12 Matches

30.11.2016 SPA Cup Hércules CF 1-1 FC Barcelona
27.11.2016 SPA D1 Real Sociedad 1-1 FC Barcelona
23.11.2016 UEFA CL Celtic FC 0-2 FC Barcelona
19.11.2016 SPA D1 FC Barcelona 0-0 Málaga CF
06.11.2016 SPA D1 Sevilla FC 1-2 FC Barcelona
01.11.2016 UEFA CL Manchester City 3-1 FC Barcelona
29.10.2016 SPA D1 FC Barcelona 1-0 Granada CF
25.10.2016 INT CF FC Barcelona 0-1 RCD Espanyol
22.10.2016 SPA D1 Valencia CF 2-3 FC Barcelona
19.10.2016 UEFA CL FC Barcelona 4-0 Manchester City
15.10.2016 SPA D1 FC Barcelona 4-0 Deportivo La Coruña
02.10.2016 SPA D1 Celta de Vigo 4-3 FC Barcelona

Latest results Barcelona vs Real Madrid

02.04.2016 D1 FC Barcelona 1-2 Real Madrid
21.11.2015 D1 Real Madrid 0-4 FC Barcelona
22.03.2015 D1 FC Barcelona 2-1 Real Madrid
25.10.2014 D1 Real Madrid 3-1 FC Barcelona
16.04.2014 Cup Real Madrid 2-1 FC Barcelona
23.03.2014 D1 Real Madrid 3-4 FC Barcelona

Barcelona possible starting lineup:
Ter Stegen, Pique, Mascherano, Digne, Roberto, Rakitic, Busquets, Gomes, Luis Suarez, Messi, Neymar

Real Madrid possible starting lineup:
Navas; Carvajal, Varane, Ramos, Marcelo; Kovacic, Modric, Casemiro; Ronaldo, Benzema, Isco

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samedi 15 octobre 2016

 NAPOLI VS AS ROMA
Serie A
Today, 16:00
Stadio Olimpico, Roma



Italy Serie A on 60 points, 3 is located in AS Roma, wants to earn less in order to maintain the existing championship hopes, though. 8. ranks host wants to leave with victory in the derby against Napoli.
Olimpico is staged derby number 144 of the history between the Lazio and Roma. A derby characterized by the absence of the two curves, with a stadium that will be presented empty for long stretches.

Mister Spalletti can not make calculations and will have to aim for the three points to keep away Inter and Fiorentina. Lazio instead just playing for personal glory, not having anything more to ask his championship.


After a break for the commitments of the National, finally back to Serie A. And this turn does so with a big match, a game that, in this city, it will never be like the others: Lazio-Roma, the derby of the capital . As you know, the atmosphere will be re surreal, just like in the first leg: provided less than 30 thousand spectators. Even absent the two curves, the South and the North, which respectively will gather in Testaccio and at Tor di Quinto to watch the game together. But the derby is always a derby, and Spalletti has used every second to prepare him better to hold off Inter and Fiorentina, the two direct rivals for third place.
Space to light trident composed of Salah, El Shaarawy and Perotti false nine, with Dzeko on the bench. In midfield, the three will be Keita, Nainggolan and Pjanic.

lundi 19 septembre 2016


Inter vs Juventus 
Competition: Italian Serie A
Date: 18 September 2016
Kick-off Time: 17:00 BST
Venue: Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milano

Poor performance from Juventus team as they suffer their first away defeat against Inter Milan since 2010.

Inter 2-1 Juventus:
66' Stephan Lichsteiner 0-1 // 68' Mauro Icardi 1-1 // 78' Ivan Perisic 2-1





mardi 16 août 2016


Steaua Bucuresti vs Manchester City 
Competition: UEFA Champions League
Date: 16 August 2016 - Kick-off Time: 19:45 BST
Venue: Arena Nationala, Bucuresti

Steaua Bucharest team have already played six competitive matches and remain unbeaten with 5 wins and a draw. They have won all of their opening three Liga I matches this season and find themselves at the top of the table. Furthermore, Steaua managed to eliminate Sparta Prague in the previous Champions League round thanks to a 2-0 home win and a 1-1 draw back in the Czech Republic.
The Romanian powerhouse has a few familiar faces from the national team that was in France's group at Euro 2016 -  Adrian Popa, Nicolae Stanciu and Mihai Pintilli. Anyway the latter is out through injurym as well as defensive midfield duo Lucian Filip. The Romanian vice-champions have brought two players last week, midfielders Boldrini and striker William, but they are not expected to get their chance here.
Pep Guardiola’s reign as Man City manager got off to a winning start against Sunderland on Saturday courtesy of a late own goal scored by Black Cats' defender Paddy McNair after Jermain Defoe scored the equalizer for Sunderland with 19 minutes left to play. This win might not have been very convincing, but is a certain confidence booster after experiencing a difficult pre-season as they failed to win any of their games in normal time.
Yaya Tourè has not been included in the squad that will play the play-off while captain Vincent Kompany and new signings Gundogan and Leroy Sane are all out injured. Nasri, Denayer, Bony and Mangala definitely are not in Guardiola's plans, and have been left out. Defender Nicolas Otamendi is also a doubt with a muscular problem while Willi Caballero has been Guardiola's preferred goalkeeper so far and will probably start until the arrive of new signing Claudio Bravo. The likes of Aguero, David Silva, Raheem Sterling and Kevin De Bruyne are all in line to start up front.

Probable lineups: 

Steaua Bucharest: 
Nita – Enache, Tamas, Tosca, Mom?ilovi? – Achim, Bourceanu – Popa, Tanase, Hamroun – Stanciu.

Manchester City:
Caballero – Sagna, Stones, Otamendi, Clichy – Fernando, Fernandinho – de Bruyne, Silva, Nolito – Aguero.

dimanche 10 juillet 2016


Portugal vs France - Competition: Euro 2016 Final
Date: 10 July 2016 - Kick-off Time: 20:00 BST 
Venue: Stade de France, Paris 

Portugal secured their place in the final on Wednesday night with a 2-0 victory against Wales. Both goals came in quick succession early in the second half with Ronaldo opening the scoring and Nani adding the second. Having drawn all three of their group games, the Portuguese needed extra-time to see off Croatia and then required a penalty shoot-out to get the better of Poland. Hence, the victory over Wales was their first one in regulation time. Their defense has been very impressive for most of the tournament. Excluding their wild 3-3 draw with Hungary, they have conceded just two goals in their other five games. The Portuguese team are complete underdogs going into Sunday's final as they have lost their last 10 matches against France.
Head coach Fernando Santos will be desperate to have Pepe back for the final after he missed last time out. Midfielder William Carvalho is available again following suspension and could replace Danilo in the defensive midfield role. Nani and Cristiano Ronaldo are expected to lead the line once again. Joao Mario is favourite over Moutinho for a starting berth in midfield.
France's offensive weapons didn't exactly fire on all cylinders against Germany but they were able to capitalize on the Germans’ mistakes, which was enough to get the 2-0 win. Les Blues took the lead thanks to a Griezmann penalty and he added a second on 72 minutes to seal the win. Prior to the semi final, France beat Iceland 5-2 in the quarter finals and came back from a 1-0 half time deficit to beat Republic of Ireland 2-1 in the last 16 round. In the group stage they needed late goals to seal wins over Romania (2-1) and Albania (2-0) before playing out a 0-0 draw against Switzerland.
France are likely to name an unchanged side from the one that kncoked out Germany meaning that N'Golo Kante and Adil Rami are likely to be benched. Didier Deschamps is likely to field a 4-3-3 formation with Antoine Griezmann and Dimitri Payet supporting the central forward Olivier Giroud.  In the middle of the park Paul Pogba, Blaise Matuidi and Moussa Sissoko are the probable starters.

Portugal last 5 matches:

18/06/16 Portugal 0 – 0 Austria
22/06/16 Hungary 3 – 3 Portugal
25/06/16 Croatia 0 – 1 E Portugal
30/06/16 Poland 1 – 1 P Portugal
06/07/16 Portugal 2 – 0 Wales

France last 5 matches:

15/06/16 France 2 – 0 Albania
19/06/16 Switzerland 0 – 0 France
26/06/16 France 2 – 1 Ireland Republic
03/07/16 France 5 – 2 Iceland
07/07/16 Germany 0 – 2 France

samedi 25 juin 2016

Two 2nd place teams from Groups A and C will meet in the 1st round-of-16 match of UEFA Euro 2016 on Saturday when Switzerland gets on Poland in Saint-Etienne, France. Switzerland finished 2nd behind host club France in Group A with 5 points while the Poles tied Germany in Group C with 7 points however,had a smaller score difference.



Poland played in the tougher of the 2 groups and did not give up a score in its 1st 3 matches,outscoring its opponents by a two-zero margin, including a zero-zero draw with Germ
any.

Switzerland vs Poland
UEFA EURO Round of 16
Today, 9:00 AM
Geoffroy-Guichard

Unluckily, the Germans topped Ukraine by one more goal in a two-zero triumph compared to one-zero for the Poles to win Group C. The tie with Germany was the 1st scoreless game of the tournament and the 1st time since the 2008 final that the Germans did not tally a score in a UEFA Euro match.

For the Swiss, draws rivalry Romania and host France kept the team from winning Group A. Like Poland, though, Switzerland played the French to a zero-zero draw in the final match in group play on Sunday, earning the esteem of some who doubted they could make it to the knockout stage.

These are 2 very solid apologetic squads that surrendered just one goal in 6 matches between them. That happened when the Swiss tied Romania one-one in their 2nd game in Group A play.

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