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Roma Look To Climb Table At Udinese

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Meanwhile, Juventus will expect three points when Spal come to town and Inter host Frosinone

 

The 13th round of games in Italy’s Serie A certainly should be positive for those in the fight for the title as well as a berth in the UEFA Champions League. This coming Saturday (24 November), Roma travel to Udinese intending to build on recent momentum, while current league champions Juventus host Spal and Inter Milan welcome Frosinone.

 

First things first

Before you go any further, head on over to the Oddsshark website, find your favourite betting site and get your own account up and running using your credit card. As a new customer and with the Serie A campaign well underway, there should be a wide range of promotions and special offers available to you.

 

Where should I be investing my money?

First up, Roma travel to Udinese looking to jump up into fourth place in the table. The club from the capital currently sit sixth in the standings and have won less than half their league games, but can take heart from the fact they thumped Sampdoria 4-1 last time out, and now they have the perfect chance to build up some real momentum.

 

Udinese, in stark contrast, are in dire straits. They have not won for seven league matches now and have collected just nine points from their 12 matches played so far – only goal difference is keeping them out of the relegation zone at this point.

 

And it is of no surprise to see that Roma are the clear favourites to win on the road. You can back the visitors to take all three points at just 1.75 while Udinese, despite home advantage, are out at 4.75 to do the same – a draw is priced in the middle at 3.60, according to Oddsshark.

 

And we expect the Romans to win this one. A 2-1 win for the away side is priced at 8.00, while you could more than triple your money by backing a combo bet of a Roma win and both teams to score, which comes in at 3.40.

 

Juventus welcome Spal looking to extend lead at the top

Next up, defending champions Juventus will look to extend their advantage at the top of the table. The Old Lady already have a six point advantage over Napoli in second place, and have dropped just two points in the league all season, while scoring at a rate of over two goals per game and leaking less than a goal a game.

 

After a bright start to the season, Spal have slipped down the league standings and now occupy 15th place. They have lost over half of their league game so far and sit just four points above the relegation zone.

 

It is therefore of little surprise to see that Juventus come into this match as the overwhelming favourites to take all three points. You can back the champions to win again at just 1.16, while Spal are out at 17.00 to do the same – a draw is priced in the middle at 6.50.

 

A comprehensive 3-0 win for the home side is priced at 6.00, meaning that a US$5 bet would lead to a US$30 pay out. And Portuguese ace Cristiano Ronaldo is at just 1.57 to get on the score sheet, while you can back him to score the first or last goal of the game at 2.87.

 

Inter to get back to winning ways against Frosinone

And finally, Inter Milan welcome Frosinone to the San Siro looking to get back to winning ways. The Nerazzurri had been on a winning streak of seven games before being beaten 4-1 by Atalanta last time out – nevertheless, they sit third in the table and will be looking to try and make up lost ground on Juventus wherever possible.

 

For Frosinone, the start to this season has been nothing short of disastrous. They sit next to bottom in the table, having won a single mach all term while scoring less than a goal a game and conceding over two.

 

And Inter come into the match as clear favourites to revert their disappointment last time. You can back the home side to take all three points at just 1.25, while Frosinone are out at 10.00 to record what would be a shock win – a draw is priced in the middle at 6.00.

 

A 3-1 win for Inter is priced competitively at 11.00, thereby offering more than a ten-fold return on any investment. You could also more than double your money by backing both teams to score at 2.05.

 

Serie A round 13 fixtures:

 

Saturday, 24 November

(4.75) Udinese x AS Roma (1.75); draw (3.60)

(1.16) Juventus x Spal (17.00); draw (6.50)

(1.25) Inter Milan x Frosinone (10.00); draw (6.00)

 

Sunday, 25 November

(3.10) Parma x Sassuolo (2.25); draw (3.40)

(3.50) Bologna x Fiorentina (2.10); draw (3.30)

(4.75) Empoli x Atalanta (1.72); draw (3.60)

(1.12) Napoli x Chievo (19.00); draw (8.00)

(1.80) Lazio x AC Milan (4.20); draw (3.80)

(2.55) Genoa x Sampdoria (2.75); draw (3.25)

 

Monday, 26 November

(2.80) Cagliari x Torino (2.50); draw (3.30)



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Buhari appoints Amokachi as SA on sports

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Former Super Eagles player and Nigerian Football Ambassador, Daniel Amokachi, has been appointed as Special Assistant on Sports to President Muhammadu Buhari.

“I am pleased to inform you that Muhammadu Buhari, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria has approved your appointment as Special Assistant on Sports,” the appointment letter dated August 17, 2020, and signed by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation Mr. Boss Mustapha, reads in part.

As special assistant on sports, Amokachi is expected to advise the President on all sports matters.

The former Everton of England forward, who was earlier in the year named Nigeria’s Football Ambassador, is expected to mentor youngsters and promote the game at the grassroots.

Nicknamed “The Bull”, Amokachi began his career in Kaduna with Ranchers Bees Football Club of Kaduna, played for Club Brugge of Belgium, Besiktas of Turkey, Everton of England and Colorado Rapids.

He played in two World Cup finals, USA 1994 and France 1998. He was a member of Nigeria’s 1994 African Cup of Nations winning team and won the 2013 edition in South Africa as assistant to the late Coach Stephen Keshi.

Amockachi also won Gold with team Nigeria in the Football event of the Atlanta 1996 Olympics.

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Tennis: Djokovic confirms US Open participation

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Novak Djokovic confirmed on Thursday he will play at the US Open, ending speculation about his presence at the first Grand Slam tournament since the season restarted following the coronavirus-enforced shutdown.

“I’m happy to confirm that I’ll participate at #CincyTennis and #USOpen this year,” the 33-year-old world number one tweeted.

“It was not an easy decision to make with all the obstacles and challenges on many sides, but the prospect of competing again makes me really excited,” added the 17-time Grand Slam champion.

The US Open gets underway behind closed doors in New York on Monday August 31, with Djokovic arriving in the United States on Saturday to tune up in the Western and Southern Open, which is normally played in Cincinnati but has been moved to New York this year.

His decision to take part is a major boost for the US Open after a host of headline names pulled out.

Djokovic makes his competitive return after being heavily criticized for hosting a charity tennis event in the Balkans in June at which he and a raft of players tested positive for COVID-19.

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Sam Okwaraji: NFF begins process to retire Eagles No.6 jersey

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The Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) is pondering a move to retire the Super Eagles No.6 jersey previously worn by the late Sam Okwaraji, The PUNCH reports.

NFF President Amaju Pinnick made this known during an interview on a radio programme Sports Salsa, which was aired on Kennis 104.1 FM on Wednesday.

Okwaraji died of congestive heart failure minutes after he slumped during a 1990 World Cup qualifier between Nigeria and Angola on August 12, 1989, inside the main-bowl of the National Stadium, Lagos.

The game ended 1-0 in favour of the Eagles.

“Someone made a proposal about retiring the jersey (No.6) at the start of the year and I think it is not too much for us to do that,” Pinnick said.

“I will forward the proposal to the executive committee for implementation because it has been said already. So, we will see how we can retire that shirt in honour of a great patriot (Samuel) Okwaraji.

“His (Okwaraji) death was very tragic because he was a player who showed dexterity, professionalism and maturity each time he played for the Eagles.”

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