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FREE PICK - Just ten games remaining in Norway Elite, and Sarpsborg are bottom of the table. In fact, the hosts won just 2 from those 20 matches, and they are five points off the safety zone. Suffice to say, Geir Baake has his work cut out to get a better tune out of his players. If we where looking for a positive with Sarpsborg it's the fact they lost just 2/10 at home, and a recent draw with Viking was a good result. In fact, since they where playing with 10 men from 67 minutes on, maybe we should give even more credit! Valerenga are 8th in the table, and even a win here would leave them well short of the Europa zone. Enga haven't won in six, and in the last round they couldn't even benefit from a 26th minute sending off for opponent Rosenborg. While the hosts have a few more players missing, motivation and home form can be a big factor!
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***NOT A PREMIUM PICK We don't see too much value in tonight's game so this isn't a subscriber bet but we thought we'd offer our thoughts. If you'd like our premium picks in NFL and NCAAF, it's not too late to get a season long package, just email ADMIN@BETTING-ANALYST.COM for details. It's been a rough start to the season for both teams. The Browns had tremendous hype after loading up their roster in the offseason with star talent but they were outworked by the Titans 43-13 in Week 1. Particularly troubling was the 18 penalties they incurred for 182 yards and an overall lack of discipline they showed. The Jets looked to be headed to a Week 1 win over the Bills but watched Josh Allen lead his team to 17 unanswered points in the 4th quarter for a 17-16 loss. The Jets already have a myriad of injury concerns, with starting QB Sam Darnold topping the list as he contracted mono and has been ruled out for the foreseeable future. WR Quincy Enunwa was recently placed on injured reserve and LB CJ Mosley and DE Quinnen Williams will also be sidelined for this game. OT Kelvin Beachum, WR Braxton Berrios, DT Steve McLendon, OG Brian Winters, OG Alex Lewis and WR Demaryius Thomas are all questionable. For the Browns, FS Damarious Randall, RB Dontrell Hilliard, OT Kendall Lamm and LB Adarius Taylor have all been ruled out. WR Rashard Higgins, OG Joel Bitonio, DE Chris Smith and QB Drew Stanton are listed as questionable. Trevor Siemian will take Darnold's place for the Jets and we would argue Siemian is an above average backup quarterback in the league as has plenty of experience and respectable career numbers as well. At any rate, the Jets will rely on their RB Le'Veon Bell who has a terrific matchup against a Browns' run defense that looked anything but inspiring last week, allowing explosive plays to the Titans' Derrick Henry. Bell is still a top back in the NFL and he should open things up for Siemian who excels with play-action. The Browns' offense revolves around QB Baker Mayfield and WR Odell Beckham and it's no secret that Beckham usually saves his best in primetime. We expect a big game out of him under the circumstances after a relatively poor outing last week and not to mention the war of words Beckham has exchanged with former Browns' coach Gregg Williams who is now the defensive coordinator of the Jets. The Browns will benefit from the Jets' defensive injuries as well, namely the one to Mosley who is one of the top inside linebackers in the league. We should point out that the Bills' comeback last week just happened to get a jumpstart when Mosley had to leave after injuring his groin! The off the field comments from various players have created some animosity between the teams and it's quickly making tonight's game into a bit of a rivalry. We expect both offenses to come out sharp!
WTA PREMIUM PICK - We have 7 for monday morning, join Premium if you want in - Just €100 for a whole month - firstname.lastname@example.org ————— According to stats both players are better on a different surface. Ons Jabeur needs a bit of time between tournaments, but she’s clearly a very decent player. In fact, she recently peaked at rank 51, and she claimed a couple of good scalps at the US open. However, we have always believed their is more to come from Bernarda Pera, and those recent wins over Strycova and Kudermetova make us believe she’s got this on her racket! Good odds here!
Join the winners — Get a full month of WTA premium for a reduced price of just €100. For that you will receive 80-100 picks that we bet ourselves. Want in on the profits and ready to pay your way? ———— email@example.com ————Tatjana is a hard working street fighter. However, the 32 year old is not overly talented, and she comes into Seoul having lost her last four matches. Maybe Maria is beginning to feel the strain of a hard season, she’s really dropped her level and needs to bounce back. Margarita Gasparyan leads head to heads 1-0, albeit that match last year needed a third set tie breaker. The 25 year old Russian isn’t in the best of form, and she’s still carrying an injury of sorts. Nevertheless, if she can’t win this it’s time to back down!
FOOTBALL SYNDICATE PICK - In recent weeks, we are doing really well in France! - Think about joining syndicate bets if you want to get all our best bets and bet alongside us firstname.lastname@example.org —————— Nantes had a massive financial set-back last season. They sold Emiliano Sala for €17M to Cardiff, but they never saw the money for the deceased striker. To balance the books Diego Carlos (€15M), Valentin Rongier (€13M) and Luca Lima (€6M) where offloaded in the summer. Suffice to say, collecting an additional €26M from player trades wasn’t good for team building, albeit they recently invested in Ludovic Bias for a season record of €8M. No doubt the former Guingamp playmaker will be given a first start today, and he should do well at a team which won it’s last two league games. Reims are the same 2-1-1 has Nantes, and they come into this on the back of beating Lille (2-0). And their comes the first issue with the Champagne club, they save their best for the big teams. On that note, they also enjoyed a season opening win in Marseille (0-2), but they couldn’t beat Strasbourg (0-0 home) or Brest (lost 1-0). Last season this fixture ended in a draw, but it shouldn’t have been that way. We say that because the Canaries controlled the game, Whereas Reims sat deep and simply defended. We can imagine a flamboyant host going all out today. Team news is good, and they should get added impetus from the new man!
Interested in joining NFLPRO PICK paid subscription service (starts week 3) - - email@example.com ------------There will be a lot of familiarity on the sidelines and in play as Vic Fangio leads the Broncos in his first year as head coach against his former team, the Bears, who he was the defensive coordinator for from 2015-2018. QB Joe Flacco also returns to the site of his greatest throw of his career and should also be familiar with the new Bears' DC Chuck Pagano from their time in Baltimore. Both teams are coming off disappointing losses with the Bears' dropping the Thursday night opener to the Packers 10-3 in a game coach Matt Nagy admitted he tried to do too much and overcomplicate the playcalling. The Broncos looked like the slower, more unprepared team against the Raiders but we predicted as much in that game as we tipped the Raiders to come out on fire after the Antonio Brown saga. OT Ja'Wuan James, FB Andy Janovich and LB Joseph Jones have all been ruled out for the Broncos. CB Bryce Callahan and LB Todd Davis are listed as questionable. For the Bears, TE Trey Burton, DT Eddie Goldman, LB Nick Kwiatkoski and DT Bilal Nichols are questionable. The Bears are coming off extra rest having played on Thursday but playing at altitude early in the season is still a difficult task against a team that's been training here all year long. The Bears' pass rush is one of the fiercest in the league with superstar LB Kahlil Mack and LB Leonard Floyd opposite him. DE Akiem Hicks creates pressure inside as well and any pressure has a habit of turning QB Joe Flacco into an even more ineffective quarterback than he already is. However, the Bears are lacking some depth on their DL and the altitude should neutralize this some as the game wears on. We expect the Broncos to play it smart and use tempo with no huddle to keep the Bears' pass rush off balance. In fact, we would say that Flacco's play wasn't completely awful against the Raiders and despite freezing up when faced with pressure, he did show a good connection with WR Courtland Sutton and also had an easy touchdown pass dropped by DeSean Hamilton. It's also fair to point out that the Bears' QB Mitch Trubisky isn't much better than Flacco if at all and his performance in Week 1 showed just how limited he is when forced to make plays. The Broncos' pass rush is arguably as good as the Bears' and they should create an equal if not a greater amount of havoc against a QB that also gets flustered when faced with pressure. It's true that Trubisky is much more mobile than Flacco and his legs will be a weapon here but missing Burton last week showed just how much the Bears lack receiving threats and Burton's health and effectiveness is still very much in question even if he were to suit up. With both coaches very familiar with each other, it's hard to discern who exactly has the advantage. Nevertheless, we believe the hosts will take advantage of the circumstances and a smart gameplan should provide them with an edge as the game wears on. We expect scoring to be at a premium so we'll take the added insurance of 2 points!
The Bills looked on their way to dropping their opener against the Jets as they had fallen behind 16-0 after coughing the ball over four times. However, a timely injury to the Jets' MLB appeared to be all QB Josh Allen needed to lead the Bills to 17 unanswered points and preserve a strong defensive effort from his team. The Giants scored the opening touchdown against the Cowboys in their opening game but it was mostly downhill from there as poor game management and untimely penalties led to a 35-17 loss that wasn't even as close as the final score would indicate. CB Taron Johnson and WR Andre Roberts have been ruled out for the Bills. TE Tyler Kroft is questionable. For the Giants, WR Sterling Shepard, WR Darius Slayton and TE Garrett Dickerson have all been ruled out. WR Cody Latimer is questionable. Perhaps the Giants could have been more competitive last week but what we noticed was their young defense had no answer for speedy WR Amari Cooper and we expect more of the same this week with John Brown who gave the Jets all they could handle with his electric speed. Allen's accuracy has been an issue in the past but the Giants' lack of a pass rush should provide him with plenty of time for him to step into his throws. The Giants' receiving corps is a bit thin with injuries to Shepard and Slayton but QB Eli Manning looked very sharp last week and we believe we will see him at his best in what's likely his final season as a professional. Manning clearly benefited from a much improved offensive line and showed good accuracy on his throws and he will still have his favourite target TE Evan Engram not to mention a monster in the backfield in RB Saquon Barkley. We expect Barkley to have a big game with more than a few explosive plays against a diminished Bills' DL and he should be utilized more in the passing game as well. Look for both sides' defensive weaknesses to be exploited!
The Ravens are coming off an historic game as they pummeled the hapless Dolphins last week 59-10 with over 600 yards of offense. John Harbaugh again led his team to a strong start after a perfect preseason and host the Arizona Cardinals who has first time head coach Kliff Kingsbury at the helm. The Cardinals looked headed for a loss in Kingsbury's first game but a furious rally late against the Lions forced overtime where the game ended in a rare tie. CB Jimmy Smith has been ruled out for the Ravens. CB Marlon Humphrey and LB Tyus Bowser are questionable. RB Mark Ingram and WR Marquise Brown are both expected to play. For the Cardinals, C Lamont Gaillard has been ruled out and DE Jonathan Bullard is questionable. The focus will be on long time Raven Terrell Suggs returning to face his former team but the real story is the Ravens' secondary which is suddenly very thin with their top two cornerbacks out (Tavon Young and Jimmy Smith) and Humphrey questionable. It was a bit rough in Kingsbury's first game but his air raid offense with dynamic QB Kyler Murray should be able to have some success. On the other side, the Cardinals have good edge-setting linebackers that should play well against a run first team with a running quarterback as well. In the NFL, it's always about market perception and the Ravens' 59-10 demolition last week came against a more or less disinterested and talentless team. Under normal circumstances, the hosts shouldn't be more than 10 point favourites here in our opinion!