Week 05 pools forecast 2022

6 Newcastle – Nott Forest.

 In week 03 2021, the first alphabet of the Saturday date plus the week of play drew (22 xx), the following week, Huddersfield was placed on that number away(22 xx) and drew.

 In week 04 2021, the first alphabet of the Saturday date plus week of play drew (6 xx), in week 05, Huddersfield was placed on that number away (6 xx) and drew.

 In week 03  2022, number 22 drew, and in week 04 2022, 22 repeated. Similarly, in week 04 2022, number 6 drew, and in week 05 2022 6 is expected to draw.

WEEK 49 POOLS FORECAST

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32 Sorrento-Cockburn C is our first match preview this week.

Currently, Sorrento is rank 5th, while Cockburn City holds 9th position.

Sorrento has been dominant in this fixture. In their 20 recent meetings, Sorrento has won 9 drawn 5, and lost 6 to Cockburn.

Looking at their current form, Sorrento is rated 50% and Cockburn rated 40%.

If we go by form and history Sorrento is more likely to win this match but looking at the past four weeks’ pools result, our App detected that the first letter of the team on number 47 minus 47 has not failed to draw.

If we go by this number 32 will draw this week.

Numbers 11 and 12 will give you one draw this week. From last season the appearance of Tiger on the fixtures. Take the Saturday and Sunday dates for one draw.

Week 48 pools forecast

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18 Werribee C- Langwarrin

Our first game this week is Werribee C and Langwarrin.

Teams Werribee City Langwarrin SC played so far 5 matches.
Werribee City won 3 direct matches. Langwarrin SC won 2 matches. 0 matches ended in a draw. On average in direct matches, both teams scored 3.20 goals per Match.

These two teams have played 11 games these season with both having 9 points each.

Werribee C has lost 6 games in a row, they will try their best to improve their current form this week from Langwarrin which has drawn most of their away games this season.

The bookies are giving this match to Langwarrin but our software is pointing this match as a draw.

Our software analyzed all the results so far from the pool fixtures this season on purple weeks. We discovered that the first letter on number 48 home plus number 7 has not failed to draw since week 32.

If we go by this, number 18 will end in a draw.

21 F Athena vs Armadale

Floreat Athena is going head to head with Armadale SC starting on 4 Jun 2022 at 07:00 UTC at Litis Stadium stadium, Perth city, Australia. The match is a part of the NPL, Western Australia.

Currently, Floreat Athena ranks 3rd, while Armadale SC holds 7th position.

With the odds of 1.75, the expected chance of winning is 57%, but this F Athena actually wins 86% of matches with these odds.

When the odds are 3.60 the expected chance of winning is 28%, but this Armadale actually wins 40% of matches with these odds.

Our software is pointing to this match as a draw.

We looked at the current pool fixtures from week 46 and observed that the first letter on number 27 away plus the date of play has not failed to draw when the first letter on the answer is letter A.

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2 – AFC Wimbledon v Oxford Utd

AFC Wimbledon came from behind to beat Oxford United 2-1 in this fixture last season, but they were beaten 2-0 in the reverse fixture and a visit to Oxford in the quarter-finals of the EFL Trophy resulted in a 3-1 win for the U’s.

AFC Wimbledon won their opening League One fixture 2-1 away at Doncaster, but have been winless in their following four league fixtures with three ending in stalemates. Jack Rudoni’s last-gasp equaliser secured them a point in a 2-2 draw at Ipswich last weekend.

Oxford United have won three of their five league matches this season. James Henry’s hat-trick steered them to a 3-1 victory hosting Lincoln last Saturday.

Did you know that from week 07, the first letter on number 6 home minus 6 has not failed?

7- Fleetwood V Wigan

Did you know that the first letter of the opponent of Charlton has not failed?

22- Belarus v Wales

Wales head into their World Cup qualifier with Belarus on Sunday afternoon knowing that they require all three points to keep the pressure on second-placed Czech Republic.

However, Robert Page‘s side cannot afford to underestimate opponents who currently sit level on points with them in Group E.

Did you know that the first letter on number 1 away plus the Friday date of that week has not failed to draw from week 05?

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Anfield is always a daunting venue for oppositions, but Chelsea could cause an upset in their big clash with Liverpool this weekend.

4 – Liverpool v Chelsea

Mason Mount scored just before half-time to get Chelsea a 1-0 victory at Anfield last season. Sadio Mane’s double gave Liverpool a 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge.

Liverpool have beaten Norwich (3-0) and Burnley (2-0) in their opening two Premier League fixtures. Diogo Jota, Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane have all found the back of the net.

Chelsea beat Crystal Palace 3-0 in their opening Premier League game and Romelu Lukaku scored on his Blues return in their 2-0 victory at Arsenal last weekend

Did you know the difference of the first letters on numbers 48 and 49 away has not failed

3-Burnley V Leeds

Two games and two defeats see Burnley already on the backfoot in this season’s Premier League, although Sean Dyche’s side did overcome Newcastle on penalties this past Wednesday night in the Carabao Cup, but things don’t get any easier for them here against an opponent who took six points from them in 2020-21.

Midfielder Ashley Westwood may miss out here due to a toe injury, as could forward Matej Vydra as a result of a tight groin, whilst both Dale Stephens and Kevin Long are definitely unavailable for selection.

Leeds Utd recorded their first point in this season’s Premier League, coming from behind twice to earn a point against Everton and backed that up in midweek, advancing to the third round of the Carabao Cup with a 3-0 victory over League One side Crewe, a helpful morale booster heading into this one.

Central defender Robin Koch is the only injury doubt for Leeds heading into this one and Marcelo Bielsa is likely to name the same side who started in their 2-2 draw with Everton last weekend, although versatile attacker Rodrigo could lay a claim for selection when considering that he scored twice in this fixture last season.

Did you know that the first letter of the opponent of Charlton has not failed?

29-Barrow V Bristol R

Did you know that the first letter on number 1 away plus the Friday date of that week has not failed to draw from week 05?

36-Scunthorpe v Tranmere

Did you know that the first letter of the opponent of Afc Wimbledon plus the Friday date of that week has not failed from week 05?

46-AYR UTD V RAITH

From week 05, the first letter of the opponent of Oldham Plus the Friday date of play has not failed to draw.

42- Hibernian V LIVINGSTON

From week 44 on purple weeks only, the first letter on number 6 home plus the Saturday date of play has not failed to draw.

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5-Newcastle v Westham

NEWCASTLE

  • The appointment of Graeme Jones to the c coaching staff appears to be the catalyst and main reason for Newcastle staying up last season. Callum Wilson outlined that Jones offered a lot more tactically to the Magpies than Steve Bruce. Staying up is once again likely to be the main aim for Newcastle this season.
  • A lack of activity will be cause for concern and frustration on Tyneside (just copy and paste that every summer, to be honest). Joe Willock looks like he should be a Newcastle player before this match after his excellent form last year but it remains to be seen as to whether he will be available for this match.

WEST HAM

  • Without losing too many players, West Ham’s squad is already beginning to look a little bit thin. David Moyes performed very well in his job to get an already thin midfield in the top six last season but the loss of Jesse Lingard kin the attacking roles as well as the potential departures of Jarrod Bowen and Andriy Yarmolenko will leave the Hammers short – especially as they balance the league alongside Europa League football this season.
  • A lack of depth is unlikely to be too much of an issue just yet but they will be fearful in a month or two if reinforcements aren’t brought in (just copy and paste that as well, every summer).
  • There is a chance that West Ham could complete the signing of Nikola Milenkovic from Fiorentina whilst Newcastle might have Joe Willock wrapped up prior to the match as well. If that is the case then Willock would be likely to go straight into the Newcastle side whilst Milenkovic probably wouldn’t. These two have played out some entertaining matches in the last couple of seasons and met on the opening day last year with Newcastle going to the London Stadium and winning by two goals to nil. Both teams to score with a full crowd and an impetus on the home team, as well as West Ham’s attacking brilliance on the counter, seems the solid bet for this one.

Did you know that since week 49 2021, the first team at home that the first letter corresponds with the Saturday date of play has not failed?

For example, in week 06 2021, the Saturday date is the 14th of August, 14 converted to Alphabet is N, the first letter N at home, is Newcastle.

16-Nottingham Forest V Bournemouth

The EFL Championship continues with a fresh set of fixtures as Nottingham Forest host Bournemouth at the City Ground Stadium on Saturday.

Both sides head into the game off the back of impressive EFL Cup victories and will look to build on their respective performances.

Nottingham Forest started their Championship campaign on the back foot as they fell to a 2-1 defeat against Coventry City last Sunday.

However, the Tricky Trees quickly moved on from that result last time out as they secured a 2-1 victory over Bradford City in round one of the EFL Cup.

Portuguese midfielder João Carvalho scored a quick-fire double just before the halftime break to give Nottingham Forest a two-goal lead before Callum Cooke pulled one back for Bradford City in the 54th minute.

Head coach Chris Hughton will hope the victory will serve as a springboard for a good run of form following a dry spell that saw them go seven games without a win across all competitions.

Meanwhile, following an unconvincing pre-season, Bournemouth got their season off to a flyer in the EFL Cup as they claimed an emphatic 5-0 victory over Milton Keynes Dons.

However, the Cherries were denied an opening-day EFL Championship victory last time out as they were held to a 2-2 draw by West Bromwich Albion.

Nottingham Forest have a slight upper hand in the history of this fixture, claiming six wins from their previous 16 encounters. Bournemouth have picked up five wins, while five games have ended in draws.

While Nottingham Forest will aim to build on Wednesday’s Cup victory, they have failed to win their opening home game in the Championship over the last three seasons.

After slumping to a draw against West Bromwich Albion, we expect Bournemouth to come out roaring for their first win of the season. However, Nottingham Forest will do everything possible to avoid another defeat. Our prediction for this match is a draw.

Also, the last time a team from the week of play met Bournemouth on number 16 the following week, they drew. If we go by that number 16 will give us a draw this week. Refer to week 20 and week 21 2020/2021 season.

Week 05 2021 pools forecast

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The Community Shield serves as the curtain-raiser for a new season as FA Cup winners Leicester City meet Premier League champions Manchester City at Wembley.

72 clubs are back in action as the new EFL season kicks off this weekend.

We’ve previewed Six(6) games and offered our verdict to give you a little extra help in winning this week. Here are the top six previews:

19 – Gillingham v Lincoln

Both Gillingham and Lincoln won by a score of 3-0 in their respective away games when they met in League One last season.

Gillingham won one, lost one and drew two of their four pre-season friendlies. They were beaten 2-0 away at League Two side Leyton Orient in the latest.

Lincoln had the best away form in League One last season picking up 45-points from 13 wins, 6 draws, and 4 defeats. They scored 34 goals on their travels and conceded 20.

Did you know that since week 49 2021, the first team at home that the first letter corresponds with the Saturday date of play has not failed?

For example, in week 05 2021, the Saturday date is the 7th of August, 7 converted to Alphabet is G, the first letter G at home, is Gillingham.

6- Derby V Huddersfield

Three months after their miraculous escape from relegation, Derby County kick off the new Championship season with a home fixture against Huddersfield Town on Saturday.

Derby may have ultimately survived the drop into League One by the skin of their teeth, but they start the 2021-22 season labouring under a transfer embargo, which has hampered rookie manager Wayne Rooney‘s hopes of rebuilding a squad short of numbers and confidence.

A quartet of friendly encounters, with Manchester United, Salford City, Real Betis and Notts County, resulted in two wins and two losses for Derby’s mix-and-match side over the past few weeks, but now the serious competition begins – with the Rams hoping to repeat February’s home win against their rivals on Saturday

Huddersfield finished only one place above this weekend’s hosts back in May, so were pleased to get the 2021-22 campaign off to a positive start last weekend, when they overcame Sheffield Wednesday in a penalty shootout to make the second round of the Carabao Cup.

Town conceded the most goals in the division last season, so it should come as little surprise that they have brought in several new defensive bodies during the summer break. With Nicholls now a strong contender to usurp first-choice Ryan Schofield, he could be lining up behind a radically overhauled rearguard on Saturday, as his team seek to start with a rare clean sheet at Derby.

Derby will not have been able to knit together in time, so it will be difficult for them to win this match.

Huddersfield may have fortified their defense but they could not score against Wednesday last week. We expect a similar result this weekend.

Also, In week 03, the first alphabet of the Saturday date plus the week of play drew, the following week, Huddersfield was placed on that number away and drew.

Similarly, In week 04, the first alphabet of the Saturday date plus week of play drew, this week, Huddersfield is placed on that number away to give us a similar result.

28-Harrogate V Rochdale

This is the first meeting between these two clubs in all competitions.

Dale makes their first-ever trip to Harrogate Town on Saturday in Sky Bet League Two.

It is Robbie Stockdale’s first competitive game in charge of the club, having joined as manager less than a month ago.

In that time, he has added no less than seven new faces to his squad, ahead of Saturday’s opening game.

Did you know that since week 37, on brown weeks only, the first letter on number 48 home plus 24 has not failed to draw?

If we go by this, number 28 will give us a draw.

36-Tranmere V Walsall

Did you know that from week 02 to week 03, the first letter on number 5 home minus 49 has failed to draw the following week?

If we go by this, number 36 will give us a draw.

1 – Leicester v Man City

Leicester City and Manchester City meet at Wembley Stadium for the Community Shield. When they met in the Premier League last season the Foxes won 5-2 at the Etihad, but were beaten 2-0 on their home turf.

A 3-3 draw visiting QPR last weekend followed defeats to Burton (0-0, penalties) and Wycombe (1-0) in Leicester’s three pre-season warm-up matches.

Manchester City won all three of their pre-season warm-up matches against Preston (2-0), Barnsley (4-0) and Blackpool (4-1).

Did you know that from week 02, the first letter on number 49 home minus the week of play has not failed?

If we go by this number 1 will give us a draw.

3-Bristol C V Blackpool

Did you know that from week 02 2021, the first letter on number 11 away plus 1 has not failed?

Week 04 2021 football pools forecast

Soccer Football – Scottish Cup Final – St Johnstone v Hibernian – Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain – May 22, 2021 Hibernian manager Jack Ross REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

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5 – Motherwell v Hibernian

The last meeting between these two was in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup last season, Hibernian won on penalties following a 2-2 draw.

Motherwell won three of their four League Cup group matches, but were not entirely convincing and had to come from two goals to win 3-2 hosting Queen of the South.

Hibernian won 3-0 hosting FC Santa Coloma in Europa Conference League qualifying last week and will travel to Andorra on Thursday for the second-leg.

Also, did you know that the first letter away of the fourth draw has not failed to draw the following week. If we go by this number 5 will give us a draw.

44 will draw if this sequence continues;

Wk01=>23 xx+7

Wk02=30 xx +7

Wk03=>37 xx+7

Wk04=44?

Number 32 will draw if we go by this: Did you know that since week 01, the date of play plus the first letter on number 15 away has not failed?

Number 36 will draw if we go by this: Did you know that since week 01, the date of play plus the first letter on number 14 home has not failed?

Number 41 will draw if we go by this sequence:

Wk01=>29 xx+4

Wk02=33 xx +4

Wk03=>37 xx+4

Wk04=41?

Did you know that the first letter of date of play plus number 15 away has not failed since week 01?

If we go by this number 34 will give us a draw.

Week 03 pools forecast

Soccer Football – UEFA Nations League – League A – Group 2 – Belgium v England – Den Dreef, Leuven, Belgium – November 15, 2020 General view inside the stadium before the match REUTERS/Johanna Geron

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We’ve previewed Six(6) games and offered our verdict to give you a little extra help in winning this week. Here are the top six previews:

  1. 20 KV Kortrijk V RFC Seraing

KV Kortrijk and RFC Seraing will face each other in the Belgian top-flight for the first time since March 1987; in total, the teams played 10 games in the highest league with Kortrijk winning only three of those (D2 L5).

In the last two Pro League seasons, KV Kortrijk have won none of their six matches against newly promoted sides (D3 L3) and conceded 15 goals in these games.

In the last four Jupiler Pro League seasons, every promoted side have managed to get at least a point on matchday 1 (W2 D3 in total); RFC Seraing Will not like become the first promoted team to lose their opening game since KAS Eupen in 2016, who did so under current Seraing manager Jordi Condom. Our tip for this match is a draw.

Also since week 52 2021, the sum of the first letters on numbers 1 and 49 away has not failed. If we go by this number 17 will give us a draw.

2. 22 – OH Leuven v Waregem

Leuven won both of their top-flight encounters with Waregem last season, they won 2-1 at home and scored a 95th minute penalty to edge a 3-2 win away.

Although only friendlies, Leuven have won four of their five pre-season warm-up games, but were beaten 3-0 by Fortuna Dusseldorf in the latest.

Waregem finished 10th last season, 1-point and one place above Leuven. They’ve had mixed results this pre-season with three wins, three defeats and a draw in seven warm-up matches.

Also, Since week 01, the first letter on number 21 away plus 21 has not failed. If we go by this number 22 will give us a draw.

3 23 – Oostende v Charleroi

KV Oostende have always conceded a goal on the first matchday of a new Jupiler Pro League season in which they played in the top-flight, last season KVO lost 1-2 to Beerschot at home.

Sporting de Charleroi won only one of their 15 league games in 2021 (D6 L8), all other current Jupiler Pro League teams have won more often this calendar year.

Also, Since week 52, number 36 minus the first letter on 36 home has not failed. if we go by this number 23 will draw.

4.34 RUBIN KAZAN V SP MOSCOW

Rubin Kazan and Spartak Moscow open their respective Russian Premier League campaigns against each other at the Kazan Arena on Saturday evening. It should be an interesting contest, with both sides looking to get the 2021-22 season off to a good start.

Rubin finished the 2020-21 season in fourth place with 53 points, three less than Lokomotiv Moscow, which means they just missed out on European qualification and it must have been extremely frustrating for manager Leonid Slutsky and his players. It will therefore be very important for their confidence to start the new season by getting on the right track straight away, though this match will likely prove anything but easy for them.

Spartak ended last season as runners-up to Zenit St. Petersburg, finishing with 57 points – eight short of the champions. They will therefore enter the Champions League qualifications in the third round, where they will face Portuguese side Benfica in the first half of August. Like Rubin, Spartak will be hoping to start well, and aim to do one spot better than last season and lift the trophy in the end.

However, our prediction for this match is a draw.

Also, Did you know that since week 01, number 49 minus the first letter on number 46 home has not failed?

5. 36 AALBORG VS MIDTJYLLAND

After suffering a 2-1 loss to Odense in their opener, Midtjylland will be looking to record their first win of the season when they take on Aalborg at Aalborg Portland Park on Saturday evening. The Wolves are on a quest to regain the domestic trophy, and, no doubt, they need to make a flying start to the season if they are to turn the dream into reality.

Former Celta winger Pione Sisto, who found the net in the defeat to Odense, will be the man to watch in the away side. Aalborg, on the other hand, did well to hold Copenhagen to a 2-2 draw in the opening match of the season. The hosts aim to give fans yet another reason for celebration, and seeing that they looked sharp in front of goal in the season opener, both teams to score betting option should be considered.

Also, Since week 50, the first letter on number 45 home minus 49 has not failed

6.40 – Randers v Odense

Both sides won by 2-1 at home when they met in the Danish Superliga last season. They met more recently in a friendly where a first-half penalty gave Randers a 1-0 away win.

Randers won two and drew two of their four pre-season warm-up games and made a winning start to their league campaign with a 2-0 win a Vejle last Sunday.

Also since week52, the first letter on number 27 home minus 49 has not failed to draw the following week.

Odense also made a winning start to their league campaign last weekend, they scored a 90th minute winner to claim a 2-1 victory at Midtjylland.

Week 02 2021 Football pools forecast

Soccer Football – UEFA Nations League – League B – Group 4 – Denmark v Wales – Ceres Park & Arena, Aarhus, Denmark – September 9, 2018 General view inside the stadium before the match Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs

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A lot was changed from the previous weeks we have played so far with the introduction of the European season in week 01, however, some of the sequences continued.

We’ve previewed Six(6) games and offered our verdict to give you a little extra help in winning this week. Here are the top six previews:

  1. 48 Toronto v Orlando City Toronto ended a poor run in the MLS with a 3-2 victory at New England last week, but it should come as no surprise to see the Canadian outfit at the bottom of the Eastern Conference after they were subjected to 7-1 thrashing from DC United at the start of the month. It was their sixth league defeat in a row and they could be in for more disappointment hosting a very capable Orlando City side. The Florida club beat Toronto 3-2 last month and have since brushed aside San Jose Earthquakes with a 5-0 victory and beat Inter Miami 2-1. Their progress was halted this month in defeats to New York Red Bulls (2-1) and Chicago Fire (3-1), but they have a squad that offers plenty of attacking options. Experienced winger Nani has notched six goals in ten appearances this season and 24-year-old Chris Mueller has scored two goals in his last three games. Orlando have lost just two of their six away games and we would consider backing them for the win in this one. Orlando City away win. But do not be deceived by those stats, our software detected a sequence that has been playing draw since week 51 2021. Did you know that number 49 minus the first letter of team on number 13 away has not failed? if we go by this, number 48 will draw. Our best tip for this match is Away win or draw.

2. 30 – Brann v Mjoendalen

Mjoendalen did the double over Brann in Norway’s Eliteserien last season, winning 1-0 away and 2-0 at home.

Brann sits at the bottom of the table with just one win from their thirteen league matches, but draws with Lillestrom (1-1) and Tromso (1-1) in their last two home games could give them some hope of getting something from this encounter.

Mjoendalen won 3-0 hosting Haugesund last weekend, but have only earned 1-point in their last four away matches.

Did you know that number 49 minus the first letter on number 39 away has not failed? If we go by this number 30 will draw this week.

3. 20 Silkeborg IF V Sonderjyske

Silkeborg was promoted from the Danish First Division at the end of last season after finishing second in the league. SønderjyskE, on the other hand, was lower mid-table in the Superliga the last term, ending the campaign in eighth place.

In their last six meetings, Sonderjyske has been dominant in these encounters with 50% wins 2 draws and just one defeat.

This is the first match of the season, Silkeborg will do everything possible to avoid defeat in this game. Our tip for this match is a draw.

Our Software has detected a sequence from the football pools fixtures that have not failed since week 51 2021.

Did you know that the first letter of the date of play home plus 19 has not failed since week 51? If we go by this, number 20 will give us a draw this week.

4. 17 – Aarhus v Brondby

Aarhus won the first of their regular Superliga encounters with Brondby last season 3-1 at home and then drew 1-1 away. When the league split into the championship play-offs, they drew 2-2 at Brondby, before Brondby won their final clash 2-1 away.

Aarhus finished third in the Danish Superliga last season. They’ve played three pre-season friendlies in June-July, lost 1-0 hosting Nordsjaelland, won 3-2 hosting Hobro, and lost 1-0 away at Aalborg.

Defending champions Brondby have enjoyed a successful pre-season, following three wins with two draws in their five warm-up games.

Also since week 52 2021, the sum of the first letters on numbers 1 and 49 away has not failed. If we go by this number 17 will give us a draw.

5.

15 – Stenhousemuir v Partick

Scottish League Two side Stenhousemuir host Championship Partick Thistle for this League Cup group stage match. The last time they met was in the Challenge Cup quarter-finals in 2019, Partick enjoyed a 4-1 away win.

Stenhousemuir came from behind to beat Scottish League One side Dumbarton 2-1 away in their first group match on Tuesday evening.

Partick lost 4-2 to fellow Scottish Championship side Dunfermline in their first group match last Saturday

Also, since week 38 2021, on blue weeks only, the first letter on number 12 away plus 12 has not failed to draw. if we go by this, number 15 will give us a draw.

6.

34 – Odd Grenland v Viking

Vikings have been struggling to finish off their opponents having drawn their last three matches in Norway’s Eliteserien. However, forward Veton Berisha has been in great form and his attacking threat can help them get over the line. Berisha has fired in four goals in the last three games and has taken his total to nine this season. Odd Grenland are looking vulnerable after suffering a 5-0 defeat to Molde last Sunday. Losing to the division’s top team Molde was perhaps understandable, but Odd are looking exposed in defence with just two clean sheets in eleven matches this term

Odd Grenland won this fixture 3-0 in Norway’s Eliteserien last season and won 2-1 in the reverse. Odd have only failed to score in three of their eleven league matches this season, including a 5-0 defeat at leaders Molde last weekend. They equalized twice to draw 2-2 with Rosenborg in their last home game. Our tip for this match is a draw.

Also, Since 38, the first letter on number 15 home plus 15 has not failed to draw. if we go by this, number 34 will draw.

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