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(Games -3.5 Arnaldi, Matteo) @1.950 8/10
Arnaldas is a very talented tennis player and has proven it not once, but multiple times by defeating opponents ranked much higher in the ATP ratings. Spanish player Martinez is also a clay court specialist, but his performance can be inconsistent and he can be dangerous when in form, but when not playing well, he can lose to anyone. The Italian player is significantly better and should have no trouble defeating a veteran player.
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(Seyboth Wild, Thiago) @2.120 8/10
First of all, the coefficient is gradually decreasing, which I believe is very logical, because the Brazilian is excellent on the ground. Yes, this season Seyboth is not as powerful as in the previous one, but he can still play, while Zhang is struggling on the ground because his serve has weakened and he makes a lot of mistakes in the game. So I think Brazil might have an advantage here, partially because of the previous season, and should be the favorite to win.
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Copenhagen - Sonderjyske

kinza 07/16 12:00 in 4 hours
(Over 3.5) @1.830 7/10
After two unproductive friendly matches, Copenhagen slipped with several goals, so the team should be confident in their attack. They are a high-level team that consistently shows solid results in the local league. The start of the season is coming soon, so there should be no room for experimentation. Sonderjyske, the team from Denmark's top league, has proven to be a strong opponent, demonstrating excellent gameplay. It will be a great test for the team against such a strong opponent, and a suitable situation to test their attack.
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Nadal, Rafael - Borg, Leo

menduz 07/16 12:30 in 5 hours
(Games -8.5 Nadal, Rafael) @2.540 8/10
Bastad ATP Clay

Clay king Nadal returns to the court and as always, he returns prepared, even though he hasn't had much time for playing practice here he must defeat the local tennis player. Borg Challenger tournaments do not have Peru, but here is Nadal who should be very confident of a win and perhaps even a dry one.
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LASK - Puskas Academy

kinza 07/16 14:00 in 6 hours
(Over 3) @1.830 7/10
Despite being friendly, LASK managed to defeat Galatasaray with a score of 3 goals. The team should be proud of this performance and continue to improve in these friendly matches. LASK is a strong team, consistently achieving results since last season. Although the match only collected 2 points, there were high hopes for a more productive game. Puskas needs to improve their gameplay as it is uncertain how much they can take on in the Conference League qualifiers starting in a few weeks.
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Greece - Puerto Rico

DrogbaBETS 07/16 15:30 in 8 hours
(Under 168.5) @1.830 10/10
The Greeks showed their defense during the qualifiers when playing against teams like Slovenia and Croatia, allowing only 68-69 points despite both of those teams having good shooters and a lot of talent. Against Greece, both opponents had to focus more on defense, so players like Alvarado and Waters did not have as much success as they did against Lithuania. Alvarado also played more defensively than usual. Though Puerto Rico plays fast and aggressive basketball, I think they will struggle against the Greek defense, resulting in chaos but also lower quality of play. As for the total points, it will likely be high. For now, the friendly marathon seems to lean towards the under, as teams are trying new ideas and the overall quality of play suffers.
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Greece - Puerto Rico

mall89 07/16 15:30 in 8 hours
(Under 168.5) @1.800 8/10
The total is very high when Greece is one of the most underground teams. When Puerto Rico plays against a running team, they can collect a lot of points, but they are a limited offensive team, so I don't expect much from their defense against the Greeks. The Greeks seem to be excellent and their defense is comparable to that of Doncic's Slovenia and Croatia, so I believe it is safe to go with the under.
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Greece - Puerto Rico

mall89 07/16 15:30 in 8 hours
(-12.5 Greece) @1.860 8/10
Although it is friendly, the chosen abilities vary greatly. The Greeks easily defeated the Slovaks, while The Bahamas and Dominica easily defeated the Croats, so it is difficult to expect much from the Lithuanian underdog. I believe that the very weak Puerto Rico will be put in place on the second floor and Alvarado will be able to jump under -20.
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Pyunik Yerevan - Din. Minsk

blonde 07/16 16:00 in 8 hours
(-0 Pyunik Yerevan) @1.900 8/10
Armenia's champion team Pyunik will play the second leg of their away knockout match with Din. Minsk with a score of zero. Playing in Armenia is very difficult, so they are considered the favorites when playing at home. Playing at home will give them a significant advantage, which I hope they will use to advance to the next stage.
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HJK - FK Panevezys

blonde 07/16 16:00 in 8 hours
(Under 3) @2.080 8/10
I believe there won't be many goals in both the first and second matches. It will be very difficult for Finland to play, and HJH will not only aim to win, but also to crush Panevėžys. Lithuania's main goal is to defend a very large lead, which is very likely to be achieved. Panevėžys knows how to defend and with a decent goalkeeper, I don't expect many goals in these matches.
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France @1.530 6/10
@11.000 4/10
I don't like making long-term predictions for individual matches, and three months is a long time, but the odds just tipped in favor here. From today's perspective, it looks like these discus throwing competitions should be the strongest in Olympic history. Realistically, there are three main throwers who are not only capable of winning but could potentially break Virgilius Alekna's Olympic record multiple times. The Olympic champion, Swedish thrower Stahl, Slovenian star Ceh, and Lithuania's Mykolas Alekna. I believe the latter two are the most likely candidates to win the gold, and it will probably come down to centimeters, not meters. Subjectively, I would estimate the chances of winning roughly as follows: Ceh 40%, Alekna 35%, Stahl 20%, and 5% that someone might pull off a once-in-a-lifetime throw. The younger generation seems slightly stronger, and I believe both will throw over 70 meters, while Stahl's experience is of course significant, but I wouldn't be surprised if his max is 68-69 meters, like in Tokyo. I believe in Mykolas' chances because, even though he's a debutant, many veterans could envy his strong nerves. Mykolas has excellent technique, and I hope his form will be as good because his current results speak for themselves, showing the work done over the winter. However, Olympic psychology will be one of the most crucial factors determining the winner, which was something our own Gudžius lacked. Mykolas is just like his father in this regard. In short, I think his chances are simply better than the odds suggest, making these odds valuable and worth trying, because if everything goes according to plan, they won't be the same before the competition.
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