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

You are welcome to the week 02 football pools forecast.

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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