Wed, Jan 26, 1:23pm by Kevin Pitstock
There are three football/soccer matches on tonight/tomorrow morning .
There are two A league clashes along with with an English Premier League match between Liverpool and Fulham.
Liverpool vs Fulham Betting
Liverpool won their last match 3-0 in impressive style while Fulham won 2-0. Liverpool return home and will prove too strong for Fulham in this match. Even though Fulham have the ability to cause major disruptions to teams, I don’t think they’ll be good enough to salvage a draw in this match, especially without our Aussie keeper there.
Prediction: Liverpool win.
QLD Roar vs Wellington Phoenix
QLD Roar: $1.45
Wellington Phoenix: $7.75
The Roar are on fire at the top of the A-league ladder but will be without key midfielder Matt McKay who is setting Asia alight at the moment at the Asian Cup.
Wellington are coming off an impressive 3-0 victory and are looking to keep their finals hopes alive I think they will do enough in this match and it will end in a draw.
North Queensland Fury vs Melbourne Victory
North Queensland Fury: $5.15
Melbourne Victory: $1.60
North Queensland Fury are horrendous this season, plain and simple folks. The Victory will be travelling up North on the back of a 2-2 draw with the Heart and without their captain. Kevin Muscat was sent off in potentially his last professional football match for a horrendous tackle last weekend.
I think the Victory can put that behind them tonight on the road and come away with a victory.
Prediction: Melbourne Victory win.
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