Sunday’s fixtures, Man United versus Man City, are likely to dominate the headlines with four Premier League matches taking place, including two massive derbies. Man United versus Man City is undoubtedly the game of the weekend, as the two Manchester rivals face up for a derby that’s taken on extra significance over the past few years with City establishing themselves as one of the heavyweights of English football. The away side have plenty of injury concerns heading into this game, with Kolarov, Clichy, Silva, Delph and Agüero all likely to miss out making the home team favourites to take the three points at 6/4 with bet365. All eyes will be on Raheeem Sterling after his hat trick last week against Bournemouth – Pellegrini will certainly be hoping for another impressive performance from the 20 year old midfielder in order to ensure the home team remain below them in the table as a win would see United jump ahead of the Blues. (Man City current favourites to take the title with bet365 at 5/6).
The Football action gets underway on Saturday as West Ham face London rivals Chelsea at Upton Park, before Arsenal welcome Everton to the Emirates in the late kick-off. The Toffees will want to halt a poor run against Arsène Wenger’s side in North London, where they have not won since January 1996.
On Sunday, there are two crunch clashes from both ends of the table as Sunderland take on North East neighbours Newcastle before United meet City in the Manchester derby at Old Trafford. Louis van Gaal got the better of Manuel Pellegrini in this fixture last season with the Red Devils running out 4-2 winners, so the Chilean will be keen to redress the balance this time around.
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NFL Football Betting: San Diego Chargers
vs. Cincinnati Bengals Preview
Posted by The Wiesguy on 9/17/2015
Both teams got off to good starts last week and both are in that second tier of teams that are playoff ready but probably not title contenders in the AFC. This is the first home game of the season for the Bengals and they should be pretty revved up. I think both of these teams are flying below the radar right now.
San Diego Chargers (1-0) vs. Cincinnati Bengals (1-0)
Sunday September 20
Paul Brown Stadium – Cincinnati, OH
Bengals -3, 46
This Saturday English Premier League sees the highly anticipated Man United v Liverpool showdown with a later kick off time of 5.30pm. Gameweek 4 saw Man U experience their first defeat, whilst also relinquishing their first 2 goals, of the season so far. Liverpool also experienced their first loss of the season against the East-London team, West Ham who in turn ensured their first win. The Liverpool, West Ham showdown saw two red cards including in this Philippe Coutinho, who will now be out for the Old Trafford clash. All eyes will be on Brendan Rogers as he is left with the predicament of who will replace the Brazilian Midfielder as they travel over to Old Trafford.
Obviously the big news for this one is that Tom Brady will be able to take the field. All of the numbers have been adjusted and the Pats are even stronger favourites than they were prior to the squashing of his suspension. As the first game of the year this one was always going to have a lot of hype, now it will go up a little more. With Brady back there might not be a great side to play here. It is OK to watch the first one, there are plenty more opportunities coming your way.
Brazilian star Marta Vieira da Silva became the all time leading goal scorer in FIFA Women’s World Cup history after scoring her 15th goal in a 2-0 win over South Korea in their Group E fixture of the Women’s World Cup.
World Cup History
The 29 year old Brazilian who is also a five time Women’s World Player of the Year Winner scored in the 53rd minute to seal the win for the Selecao. The very entertaining game also saw Marta’s compatriot Formiga become the oldest goal scorer in the tournament’s history after the 37 year old opened the scoring in the 33rd minute after a defensive blunder by the Koreans.