Start Date: 23rd September 2014 20:00 (UK) Surface: Hard Court

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Summary – Our Prediction for Bolt v Polansky :

Polansky has a very strong hard court record so far this year with 16 Wins / 13 Losses. Whereas his opponent Bolt has lost more matches than he was won on this surface.

Also, Polansky has made it to the round of 16 at this event (Napa Challanger) before back in 2013. The experience of the event, how the court plays (surface speed for example) could prove a crucial factor in this match.

But it’s not just a whole heap of negative stats for Alex Bolt. He’s still young and improving his game all the time, we’ve watched him this year and he’s certainly got potential. Although his aforementioned hard court record is poor, he has won 33 matches this year and lost just 20 – mainly because of his great results during the clay court season.

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Juventus crowned champions of Italy

Juventus have been crowned champions of Italy for a third season running last term. They also set a new points record for Serie A. Antonio Conte’s men became the first team to finish a Serie A season with more than 100 points. Juventus have won the title every year since their former midfielder Conte took charge in the summer of 2011.

  • Champions: Juventus (Champions League group stage)
  • Runners-up: Roma (Champions League group stage)
  • Third place: Napoli (Champions League play-off)
  • Fourth place: Fiorentina (Europa League group stage)
  • Fifth place: Inter (Europa League play-off)
  • Seventh place: Torino (Europa League QR3)
  • Relegated: Catania, Bologna, Livorno
  • Promoted: Palermo, Empoli, Cesena

Fourth-placed Fiorentina and Inter, in fifth spot, qualified for the UEFA Europa League. Parma qualified for Europe for the first time since 2006 after pipping Torino to sixth place in Serie A on the final day of the season. Yet the Italian Olympic Committee stripped them of their place and handed it Torino due to an unpaid tax bill of €300,000. Catania, Bologna, Livorno were relegated from Serie A, while Palermo, Empoli, Cesena have earned promotion to the top flight.

Juventus appoint Massimiliano Allegri as new coach

Juventus begin their Serie A title defence under new coach Massimiliano Allegri. Juventus were still celebrating their third straight Serie A title when Antonio Conte announced he was quitting the club. Conte has since taken the Italy job, paving the way for Allegri, whose four-year spell at Milan ended in January, to take the reins. Allegri joined Milan from Cagliari in the summer of 2010 and in his first season led them to their first Scudetto since 2004, though the Rossoneri finished second to Juventus the following year.
Milan replace Seedorf with Inzaghi

Milan have parted company with Clarence Seedorf just five months into his contract and named Filippo Inzaghi as the Dutchman’s successor. The 40-year-old former Italian international striker has inked a two-year deal to become the Rossoneri’s third coach this year. Seedorf, who replaced Massimiliano Allegri in January, departs San Siro after overseeing a run of 11 wins from 19 Serie A outings as Milan finished the 2013/14 campaign in eighth. Inzaghi underlined his coaching credentials during two years in charge of the club’s Allievi Nazionali team, leading them to the round of 16 in this season’s inaugural UEFA Youth League.
Juventus, Roma, Napoli…

Juventus look to continue their success in the domestic league, while Roma and Napoli will surely compete for the top spot. Inter continue to rebuild under Walter Mazzarri, and on the red and black side of the San Siro, it’s up to Filippo Inzaghi to pick up the pieces for Milan after a horrible 2013/14 campaign. He was the right appointment to get the fans back onside despite a lack of coaching experience and it remains to be seen what he can do.

This year has proved difficult in predicting who will finish where, and I believe that any of five clubs could clinch the Premier League title come May. Chelsea and Liverpool have spent big this year, while Arsenal, Manchester United and City have also splashed some cash with some of the players being right coups. The fight for survival is also going to be a close run affair, but here is who could be the winners and losers this season.

1. Chelsea

Under the leadership of Mourinho it’s hard to discount the blues for any sort of silverware and it’s the same team I had at the top this time last year. But signings such as lethal goal scorer Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas, they can narrowly clinch it.

2. Manchester City

City have looked to strengthen their defence with Bacary Sagna on a free and Eliaquim Mangala from Porto, and it will also be interesting to see how much Frank Lampard will feature during his loan spell. But all things considered they will be right up there again this year but just pipped to the post by Chelsea.

3. Manchester United

Van Gaal has come in to essentially turn things around in what is a transition period for the Red Devils. We will see vast improvements in their performances and the return of Darren Fletcher and signings Herrera and Shaw will certainly aid this. With an impressive pre-season under their belts I can almost be certain that they will bounce back into the top four.

4. Liverpool

Last season could be seen as a missed opportunity and there is a definite void missing with the absence of Luis Suarez. But they have spent wisely on some good, quality players and should do well on their return to the Champions League too. They will have to battle hard to finish in the top four this year with many teams upping their game, but it shouldn’t be seen as a negative. Despite this, don’t rule out any cup success.

5. Arsenal

The big signing of Sanchez and the 3-0 win over Manchester City will certainly give fans hope of similar success again after ending their long wait for a trophy last season. But looking at the other teams above, they will do very well to push them all the way through the course of the season. Although I wouldn’t count them out on more cup success and depending on who else they sign during the transfer window, they could creep into the top four.

6. Everton

Martinez has managed to extend the contracts of youngsters John Stones, Seamus Coleman and Ross Barkley along with the permanent signing of Romelu Lukaku. As a result they will aim to finish with another place in Europe and will hope that the chance to play in the Europa League this season will not disadvantage them.

7. Tottenham

Another new manager at the helm and Pochettino will look to take advantage of the talented squad he has at his disposal. I think we will see improved displays by the likes of Lamela and hopefully he will continue to do the same just like he did as the Saints boss.

18. Leicester City

They did a great job in getting promoted last season but don’t have the Premier League quality like QPR who I think are most likely to survive out of the newly promoted teams. The Foxes are going to find it hard to retain a Premier League place but won’t go down without a fight.

19. West Brom

The Baggies were lucky not to be relegated last season and I think their luck will run out this time around. They do have defensive experience in Lescott but unfortunately I think they will go down regardless.

20. Burnley

A team that is always going to be tipped for relegation whenever they re-emerge from the Championship. They have a good partnership in strikers Ings and Vokes but they will do well to avoid an immediate return to the 2nd tier.

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One tip is the sum of all factors

You should tap to all indicators that can determine a game. From the smallest violation of the master keeper of the weather up to the good atmosphere in the home of all factors, play a more or less important role and they can affect the chances of a sports betting tips on the upper level.

Here I would have a simple but highly effective strategy.

a) There gets to 90% better odds than traditional bookmakers and you

b) Through, the often-large rate fluctuations you can build the perfect pledge.

That is even with my strategy, requirement is that it is an In-Play (Live) is bet and the game (football) can watch live. Another requirement is that it is a game, in which a goal is already exactly like, i.e. it should be 1:0 or 0:1. It would be good if run at the time. Ideally, this should be as at the 40th Minutes pass. The odds of this are often still very high – e.g. at 2.60 on my last match AC Milan – Lecce with the score at 1-0 in the 40th Minute of the game. Now, sit back for a few minutes and watched the game continues, as already mentioned, both teams now tried without conceding a goal to get into the mid-term in order to gain new powers.

In the period up to half time and in the mid-term the market is changing, i.e. the quota for “Over 2.5 goals” and “Less than 2.5 goals” most significant. To stay with my example, where the rate fell from 2.60 to 2.24 previously mentioned – a perfect situation for a bet! Now “layt” you “Under 2.5 Goals”, i.e. to bet against it, and has now for each of the two endings, so “Over 2.5 Goals’ or ‘Under 2.5 Goals’ a secure income.

The profits are not too small. During the trial period of this system I once only 4 euros “gebacked” and then following it for a minimum of 4.70 to 5 euros even for “Malays.”

It depending on how much the rates have changed. Thus, for only 4 euros already safe use 0.70 to 1.00 euros net profit, that is always around 20% of the stake, which is extremely high. With higher stakes, increases logically secure the net profit.

To set quotas may need to assess the likelihood of bookmakers for the occurrence of a certain event in the future. Larger bookies work here with extremely large, statistical materials. They also employ for people with experience and sports knowledge. Smaller bookmakers adhere easily to the rates in the industry sizes and differ only slightly from it.

The European format of betting odds is expressed in decimal (e.g. 1.50). The ratio in this case indicates the ratio of use to potential profit. The amount payable is calculated by multiplying the use of the odd. Sets example to 100 euros a betting output which is offered with odds 1.50, the payout if successful, is EUR 150 (1.5 * 100 Euro). To calculate the net profit, you have to deduct from the amount paid, of course, the use – in this case, the gain is 50 euros (150 euros – 100 euros).

For the determination of the rate bookmaker first calculates the probability of each event. The sum of the probabilities of the possible outcomes is mathematically always 100% or decimal first For example, estimates one bookmaker enter the probabilities for the match against Hamburger SV Nuremberg as follows: Hamburg win: 50% (shown in decimal: 0.50) Draw: 30% (0.30) victory Nuremberg: 20% (0.20). Then it is calculated the fair rates by the following formula: Q = 1 / W (where Q is the ratio and the probability W). For the above example then results in the following ratios: Hamburg win: 2.00 (= 1 / 0.50) Draws: 3.33 (= 1 / 0.30) victory Nuremberg: 5.00 (= 1 / 0.20). These are fair odds from bookmakers multiplied by a factor, which is less than 1. This factor can influence his own profit greatly. Its theoretical goal is, that in the wake of all the bets Wetteilnehmer so on the 3 ways to distribute that in any case he makes his planned profit.

Will he e.g. 10 percent of the stakes withheld, it will multiply the fair odds with the value of 0.90, he wants to keep 15 percent, and he takes a factor of 0.85. Let us say, our bookmaker is very fair, then it multiplies the odds by a factor of 0.93. When real rates are then: Hamburg win: 1.86 (= 2.00 * 0.93) Draws: 3.10 (= 3.33 * 0.93) victory Nuremberg: 4.65 (= 5.00 * 0.93).