17 November 2017

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20 March 2017

There are many soccer websites and applications that can keep you up-to-date with the latest news in the world of soccer. Some are focusing on transfer and team news, some on live score, some have generic soccer news, and some have more betting related content. But none of them have it all. That was until soccer-preview.com was launched in late 2016.

On Soccer preview you get all the soccer info you need, presented in a smooth design, with great features and search functionalities, and with very interesting historical stats. The site covers a massive amount of soccer leagues ranging from the ever-popular English Premier League, and the FC Barcelona and Real Madrid dominated Primera Division to smaller leagues across Europe, North America and South America. (more…)


03 February 2017

Here are 2 matches to watch for the English Premier League and the German Bundesliga.

Chelsea vs Arsenal

While Chelsea is sitting on top of the league table, Arsenal is in 3rd place battling all the way to the top along with Tottenham, Liverpool and City. Arsenal will be facing Chelsea at Stamford Bridge this weekend. They’ve been struggling to get out of the 3rd or 4th place these past few weeks, will they get close to Chelsea’s current 56 points?

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19 October 2016

Big games for the tonight’s last batch of UEFA Champions league matches.

FC Barcelona vs Manchester City

These 2 teams have been battling for 4 times already in the Champions League in 2013/2014 and 2014/2015. All matches were won by the Spanish side. Now that Manchester City is under former Barcelona boss, Pep Guardiola, can they break Barcelona’s winning streak against them?

Expected line-ups:

FC Barcelona (4-3-3): M. ter Stegen – J. Alba, S. Umtiti, G. Pique, S. Roberto – A. Iniesta, S. Busquets, I. Rakitic – Neymar Jr., L. Suarez, L. Messi

Unavailable Players: J. Cillessen (Sprained Ankle), S. Roberto (Hamstring/Strain), J. Alba (Hamstring/Strain)

Manchester City (4-3-3): C. Bravo – A. Kolarov, J. Stones, N. Otamendi, P. Zabaleta – D. Silva, Fernandinho, I. Gundogan – Nolito, S. Aguero, K. De Bruyne

Unavailable Players: F. Delph (Hip injury), B. Sagna (Hamstring/Strain)

FC Bayern Munich vs PSV Eindhoven

Two league champions will be clashing tonight at the Allianz Arena. Bayern is currently in 2nd place in their group while PSV in 3rd. Will the German side be able to take over the top spot in their group or will PSV beat the odds and place 2nd next to Atletico Madrid?

Expected line-ups:

FC Bayern Munich (4-3-3): M. Nueur – D. Alaba, J. Boateng, M. Hummels, P. Lahm – T. Alcantara, X. Alonso, J. Kimmich – D. Costa, R. Lewandowski, T. Muller

Unavailable Players: A. Vidal (Sprained ankle), J. Martinez (Groin injury), F. Ribery (Leg injury), J. Bernat (Muscle injury), D. Costa (Thigh injury), N. Dorsch (Illness)

PSV Eindhoven (5-3-2): J. Zoet – J. Willems, H. Moreno, N. Isimat-Mirin, D. Schwaab, S. Arias – B. Ramselaar, A. Guardado, D. Propper – L. Narsingh, L. de Jong

Unavailable Players: J. Locadia (Groin injury), L. Koopmans (Shoulder injury), J. Hendrix (Knee injury), S. de Jong (Unknown)


18 October 2016

Here are the matches to look forward to tonight in the Champions League.

Leicester City FC vs FC Copenhagen
Though Leicester City FC is not in a good form in the Premier League, they are currently in good form in their Champions League campaign. They are currently on top of their group standings right now while FC Copenhagen is in 2nd place. FC Copenhagen meanwhile is on top of the Danish Super Liga. Both teams are currently league title holders. Who will come up on top of their group standing?

Expected Line-ups:

Leicester City FC (4-4-2) K. Schmeichel – C. Fuchs, R. Huth, W. Morgan, D. Simpson – M. Albrighton, D. Drinkwater, D. Amartey, R. Mahrez – J. Vardy, I. Slimani

Unavailable players: N. Mendy (Ankle injury), M. James (Ankle injury), B. Chilwell (Unknown)

FC Copenhagen (4-4-2) R. Olsen – L. Augustinsson, E. Johansson, Zanka, P. Ankersen – R. Jensen, W. Kvist, T. Delaney, B. Verbic – A. Cornelius, F. Santander

Unavailable players: D. Amankwaa (Knee injury), N. Boilesen (Knee injury)

Lyon vs Juventus
Reigning Serie A champs Juventus with the five-match winning streak will be facing French club Lyon who is currently in 8th place in Ligue 1. Can the French side beat the odds in this match?

Expected Line-ups:

Lyon (3-5-1-1) A. Lopes – E. Mammana, N. N’Koulou, M. Yanga-Mbiwa – M. Rybus, C. Tolisso, M. Gonalons, S. Darder, R. da Silva – N. Fakir – A. Lacazette

Unavailable players: C. Jallet (Back injury), M. Cornet (Thigh injury), G. Fonfana (Ankle injury)

Juventus (3-5-2) G. Buffon – M. Benatia, L. Bonucci, A. Barzagli – A. Sandro, S. Khedira, M. Lemina, M. Pjanic, D. Alves – P. Dyabala, G. Higuain

Unavailable players: M. Mandzukic (Groin injury), G. Chiellini (Calf injury), D. Rugani (Knee injury), M. Pjaca (Leg injury), R. Mandragora (Broken foot), K. Asamoah (Knee injury)


23 September 2016

The last time these 2 teams met was on January 24, 2016 at the Emirates Stadium where Chelsea won by 1 point and was still being managed by GuusHiddink. Arsene Wenger will be facing Chelsea under a different manager, Antonio Conte.  They will meet again at the Emirates Stadium this Sunday September 25, 2016.

Arsene Wenger will be celebrating his 20 years in Arsenal by October 1, 2016. Will the Arsenal boss celebrate his 20th anniversary with a win against The Blues or will Chelsea be able to push through and get another win against the Gunners under their new manager?

 

Expected Line-ups:

Arsenal (4-2-3-1) P. Cech – N. Monreal, L. Koscielny, S. Mustafi, H. Bellerin – F. Coquelin, S. Cazorla – A. Iwobi, M. Ozil, T. Walcott – A. Sanchez

Unavailable players: A. Ramsey (Hamstring injury), C. Jenkinson (Knee injury), D. Welbeck (Knee injury), O. Giroud (Toe injury), P. Mertesacker (Knee Injury)

 

Chelsea (4-1-4-1) Courtois – Azpilicueta, D. Luiz, G. Cahill, B. Ivanovic – N. Kante – E. Hazard, N. Matic, Oscar, Willian – D. Costa

Unavailable players: J. Terry (Ankle injury), K. Zouma (Knee injury), L. Remy (Ankle injury), M. van Ginkel (Knee injury), T. Kane (Knee injury)

 

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09 September 2016

On Tuesday the long awaited first round of the 2016/17 Champions League kicks off. Favourites Barcelona and Bayern Munich both play at home versus Celtic and FK Rostov respectively, while last season’s winner Real Madrid open their Champions League campaign playing Portuguese side Sporting home in the Bernabeu stadium in Madrid on Wednesday.

Other notable matches are Leicester’s Champions League debut in Belgium versus Club Brügge, as well as the match between Italian Champions Juventus and last season’s winner of the Europa League, Spanish side Sevilla.

Tuesday
Barcelona – Celtic
Basel – Ludogorets
Bayern Munich – FK Rostov
Benfica – Besiktas
Dynamo Kiev – Napoli
Manchester City – Mönchengladbach
Paris SG – Arsenal
PSV Eindhoven – Atl. Madrid

Wednesday
Club Brügge – Leicester
FC Porto – FC København
Juventus – Sevilla
Legia – Dortmund
Bayer Leverkusen – CSKA Moskva
Lyon – Dinamo Zagreb
Real Madrid – Sporting
Tottenham – Monaco

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01 August 2016

The current transfer window has already seen some major transfers with Gonzalo Higuain as a new name in the top 3 of all time historical transfers. The Argentinian striker has moved from Napoli to Juventus for an Italian transfer record of €90 million.

However, the top 10 list can see yet a new name on the list as the rumors of Paul Pogba’s transfer to Manchester United continues. If that deal goes through it will see Paul Pogba entering the first place on the Top 10 Historical Transfers, as the estimated price would be more than the €100 million Real Madrid paid for Gareth Bale back in 2013 when he moved from English side Tottenham to the Spanish giants Real Madrid.

Here is the complete list of the Top 10 Historical Transfers, including the clubs involved, price in million €, and the year the transfer took place.

1 Gareth Bale Tottenham > Real Madrid €100  2013
2 Cristiano Ronaldo Manchester United > Real Madrid €94  2009
3 Gonzalo Higuain Napoli > Juventus €90  2016
4 Neymar Santos > Barcelona €86.2  2013
5 Luis Suárez Liverpool > Barcelona €81.7  2014
6 James Rodríguez AS Monaco > Real Madrid €79.8  2014
7 Kevin De Bruyne Wolfsburg > Manchester City €75  2015
8 Ángel Di María Real Madrid > Manchester United €75  2014
9 Zinedine Zidane Juventus >Real Madrid €75  2001
10 Zlatan Ibrahimović Inter > Barcelona €66  2009

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20 April 2016

Last week’s games were more of the same in the Bundesliga. With Bayern Munich, Bayer Leverkusen and Dortmund showing exactly why they are on the top of the table while Werder Bremen and FC Koln grabbed wins to improve their unsettling records. However, in spite of their win celebrations, the clubs will have to worry about some of their players getting injured or suspended.

Chicharito injury concern for Leverkusen
Bayer 04 Leverkusen face a nervous wait to find out the extent of an injury suffered their main goalscorer Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez in Saturday’s 3-0 win over Frankfurt. The Mexican international was attended to on the pitch by the Bayer medical personnel after appearing to hyperextend his knee 21 minutes from time, before heading out of the game for further treatment.

Alonso missed Shalke Match
Bayern was without Xabi Alonso in their Bundesliga clash with Schalke 04 last Saturday. The Spaniard collected his fifth booking this term in last week’s 1-0 away victory at Stuttgart and served a one-match ban. He will be cleared to play against Hertha this coming Saturday.

Other Absentees
Matija Nastasic, Milos Veljkovic, Leon Goretzka, Marco Hoger, Aron Johannsson, Jerome Boateng, Neven Subotic and Atsuto Uchida were also missing in action as they are still recovering from their respective injuries.

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11 April 2016

Schalke picked up an important point in their quest for Champions League football last Sunday in a 2-2 draw against Dortmund this season’s Revierderby rematch. Although their rivals have a massive 23 point edge on the table, Breitenreiter’s side battled hard to get off their inconsistent slum having won only 4 games out of 10 Bundesliga matches.

Absentees
Among Dortmund’s MIA list were Joseph-Claude Gyau who’s still recovering from a year-long knee injury and Neven Subotic with an arm injury.  Schalke on the other hand had Kolasinac suspended for unruly behavior while Sam Sidney, Leon Goretzka, Fabian Giefer, Benedikt Howedes, Marco Hoger, Matija Nastasic and Atsuto Uchida are still recovering from injury.

Match Review
Despite the obvious shortage of attacking players in Thomas Tuchel’s starting 11, Dortmund kicked off the match with a clear intention to win. Teenage winger Christian Pulisic played like a veteran, sprinting down Dortmund’s right flank time and time again. In one of his runs, the 17-year-old prodigy found enough space and time to attempt a shot on Ralf Fahrmann’s goal, beating the goalkeeper but also missing the target. After a timid first half, the breakthrough came just minutes after the restart. A quick passing sequence between Shinji Kagawa and Moritz Leitner on the edge of the Schalke box allowed the Japanese international to place a wonderfully chipped ball over the top of Fahrmann and into the far corner of the net. Schalke responded quickly, when a rushed attack saw Caicara hit a strong shot from the right only for Burki’s parried save to land at the feet of the on-running Sane which lead to an equalizer.

Dortmund regained their lead five minutes later with a free kick from Henrikh Mkhitaryan which Matthias Ginter headed in a dull effort to pull the visitors in front.  Schalke dragged themselves back in to the game when Klaas-Jan Huntelaar broke through the middle of Dortmund’s defense before he was brought down in the penalty area by a careless tackle from  Sokratis. The Dutch striker then stepped up to the spot and fired the ball home for Schalke’s second equalizer of the afternoon.

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