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Inside Edge: Man United test for Tuchel’s resurgent Chelsea

Chelsea - Chelsea's Mason Mount (left) celebrates scoring his side's second goal of the game as Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea looks on after his mistake during the FA Cup Semi-Final match at Wembley Stadium, London.

Joe Mellor and Nick Haynes from Football Form Labs preview the biggest matches of a bumper weekend of Premier League action including Man United’s trip to Chelsea, as well as a truncated Six Nations round headlined by the ‘grudge match’ between a buoyant Welsh side and Eddie Jones’ misfiring England. For more analysis and discussion by the Football Form Labs …

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Inside Edge: Can Solskjaer avoid tripping in the Premier League sack race?

Premier League - Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer walks off the pitch at half time of the Premier League match at Goodison Park, Liverpool.

The international break gives us time to reflect on how the Premier League season has panned out so far, writes Nick Haynes from Form Labs, but it also shines a light on those managers which may not be living up to expectations. While the rate of goals has dropped sharply after the early season surge, penalties have remained high and …

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Betting hots up in race for Scottish football’s top job

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Gordon Strachan has inevitably been relieved of his duties as Scotland manager following the disappointing 2-2 draw with Slovenia in Ljubljana five days ago. That result ended any hopes of a second placed finish in Group F and a playoff berth, with the 2018 Russia World Cup now a mere pipe dream, one that will mark twenty years since the …

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Jeevan Jeyaratnam – Oddsfeed – Piegate and Spot-Fixing vs Sunderland and John Terry

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Super Soccer Oddsfeed’s Jeevan Jeyaratnam spoke to SBC News about the Stamford Bridge swansong for John Terry, and how this compares to Wayne Shaw’s pie-eating antics. I’ve heard some sensationalist views this week regarding the, admittedly daft, stunt triggered on Sunday when the now ex-Sunderland boss David Moyes and his squad colluded with Chelsea’s wishes to force a break in …

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Spiffx – In-Play backing for the top four on the road

On a weekend which saw the top four teams record comfortable away victories, it was no surprise to see that a huge majority of punters on Spiffx backed the favourites in-play. However, it was a surprise that 38.71% of players favoured a Sunderland win over Arsenal in the pre-play market. Arsene Wenger’s side are unbeaten since an opening day 4-3 …

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Spiffx – Sunderland to equal worst return after ten matches

At the back end of the 2015/16 campaign, Arsenal predictably clicked into top gear to deny North London rivals Spurs a second-place finish in the Premier League. As part of their 10-match unbeaten run to end the season, the Gunners drew 0-0 at Sunderland. The game also marked the second of a six-match unbeaten run for Sam Allardyce’s side, as …

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Paddy Power gets in on plane game at Old Trafford

Marketing specialist Paddy Power capitalised on the huge furore surrounding the protest by plane at Old Trafford this weekend by joining in on the act. There has been much media coverage on the fact that a group of disgruntled Manchester United fans raised funds for a fly-by message to express their dissatisfaction with current manager David Moyes, and the Irish …

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