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Serie A Best Fantasy XI – Round 31

Pierluigi Gollini (7 points): the goal bonanza that has become the trend for Serie A continued in this round and just one team managed to keep a clean sheet, Atalanta, in the crunch game versus Juventus. Their goalkeeper was not called into action all that much, but not conceding was enough to best the competitors.

Jose Palomino (5 points): the Argentinian center-back gets the token spot representing the whole Orobici back-line as he contributed to holding in check Alvaro Morata and Paulo Dybala with an attentive and physical performance, perfectly making up for the absence of Cristian Romero, arguably the Goddess’ best man in the back. Continue reading

Serie A Fantasy Recap – Round 31

Standing’s implications: Napoli halted Inter’s run at 11 wins, but the Nerazzurri’s lead over Milan remains comfortable even though the Devil finally won one at San Siro, over Genoa. The Partenopei instead gained a point on the fourth place as Atalanta came out on top in the head-to-head clash with Juventus. Lazio continue to lurk as they outgunned Benevento in a goal-fest, while Roma lost more ground as Torino torpedoed them.

The Granata successfully responded to Cagliari’s stupendous rally over Parma and are now on a par with Fiorentina and the Sanniti on the standings. The Viola got beat by Sassuolo. Spezia and Genoa are two points above them as the Aquilotti were throttled by Bologna. Udinese returned to winning ways by exploiting the match-up with Crotone. Sampdoria defeated Verona in the not-so-meaningful race to the eighth spot. Continue reading

Copa del Rey win is great for Barca and Messi

What a way to win a cup final! FC Barcelona were imperious against Athletic Club in what could’ve been a very tricky assignment for them, but turned out to be anything but.

The Catalans dominated every facet of the final against the Basque team, just as they had done against he same opponents in the Copa del Rey finals of 2009, 2012 and 2015.

No wonder Athletic’s manager, Marcelino, had said before the game he wished they could play a final against Barca without Messi present. Continue reading

Juventus Top Performers – Round 31 vs Atalanta

Juventus ended up losing in unlucky fashion a game that they well-played considering the circumstances and the quality of the opponents. Despite the possible justifications, the L represents a significant blow in the Champions League race, and it seems like the Orobici had more juice in the final stretch and got after it more, while the Bianconeri appeared rather gassed and could not muster much of a reaction after going down in the score.

Juan Cuadrado: the defense, and the center-backs in particular, were splendid throughout the game, as they held a high-wattage front-line to just a pair of chances. Duvan Zapata just missed the target while besting Danilo on a sharp cross, while Ruslan Malinovskyi’s strike was fatally deflected by Alex Sandro, who was at the wrong place at the wrong time after a better-than-usual display. Giorgio Chiellini and Matthijs De Ligt put their vigor to good use, combating Zapata and holding in check Luis Muriel as it has rarely happened in recent games. Wojciech Szczesny was called into action just a couple of times and responded, particularly on a late free-kick right in the top corner by the Ukrainian attacker. Continue reading

AC Milan 2-1 Genoa: Rossoneri secure three hard-fought points in dramatic fashion

Milan needed to get the job done at San Siro this afternoon – following four games without a win at the stadium – and they succeeded against Genoa. However, the Rossoneri had to fight extremely hard to secure the three points and it was yet another nail-biter for the fans. 

As things stand, Stefano Pioli’s men are now seven points clear of fifth place and at least two of their rivals will drop points today (Atalanta-Juventus, Napoli-Inter). The Champions League race is still very tight but the win was a must for the Rossoneri this afternoon and it was nice to see them win at San Siro again. Continue reading

AC Milan vs. Genoa: Serie A Round 31 – Team news, stats and prediction

After the win away at Parma, which was anything but easy, Milan will be looking to add another three points to their tally this afternoon. While they will take on Genoa at San Siro, some of their rivals in the Champions League race will face each other and this means a leap could be made point-wise. 

Stefano Pioli’s men have managed to pick themselves up after what was a tough start to the year, struggling with several key absences. Having said that, their record at home is still very disappointing and this needs changing, seeing as they haven’t registered a single win in the last four league games at San Siro.  Continue reading

Italian Football Predictions – Round 31

Crotone-Udinese: the Squali have been in every of the last four games until the end, but they ended up losing all of them against Lazio, Bologna, Napoli and Spezia. The Friulani remain in a comfortable spot in the standing but they will surely want to get back on track after being defeated by Lazio, Atalanta and Torino: 1-2.

Sampdoria-Verona: the Blucerchiati got outplayed by Napoli last week as they were dropped for just the second time in the last six games, where they have drawn in four occasions. The Scaligeri were pipped at the post by Lazio last week, suffering the fourth L in the past five tilts: 1-1. Continue reading

Serie A Injury and Suspension Report – Round 31

Atalanta: Matteo Pessina shook off COVID and will be assessed in practice after missing a week. Hans Hateboer is not far off from coming back from his foot microfracture, but it will not happen this week. Cristian Romero is suspended.

Returning: Pessina; Missing: Romero, Hateboer. 

Benevento: Alessandro Tuia is out with yellow-card accumulation. Gabriele Moncini has a bruised ankle. Daam Foulon is out with an unspecified injury.

Missing: Tuia, Moncini, Foulon. 

Bologna: Lorenzo De Silvestri and Andreas Skov Olsen picked up minor thigh problems in the past game, but they could be good to go. Takehiro Tomiyasu will be a late call due to calf soreness. Federico Santander (ACL tear), Gary Medel (calf strain) and Aaron Hickey (shoulder surgery) are out with long-term issues.

Missing: Tomiyasu, Santander, Medel, Hickey.  Continue reading

Easiest way to stream Live Football on your mobile phones

Football is a game which is loved and watched by just about anyone. People are more fond of Football because it gives great sensations, entertainment, passion, and emotions. Most importantly, it is a decision-making game, just like chess. Football and chess are very similar, and some techniques can fit easily into practice with the other. You may have known Simen Agdestein, who is the best chess coach and by profession, he is a footballer. So we have learned that the players are improving their decisions and reading games, which attracts people more to this sport.

The last World Cup was in 2018, and the competition takes place every four years, with fans desperately waiting for it. To watch high-quality football shows, you don’t need to wait for the World Cup. Competitive matches take place almost every week. There are elite competitions such as the English Premier League, the Champions League, and a few other major European Leagues. Now the sports lovers can enjoy watching their favourite teams on the live football streaming apps quickly.

The streaming apps on the list below provide the easiest way to stream live football matches on your mobile phones:

#1. Mobdro App

It is one of the best mobile streaming Andriod, iphone, and PC apps. It allows you to watch your favourite Live TV shows and lives sports like Football, cricket, and many more. It contains high-quality video ranging from 720p to 1080p. Mabdro is among the ten best popular live-streaming apps, where you can watch a football match without any interruption of ads.

#2. Star Times, Live TV, and Football

It is another easy way for football fans to get a chance to watch football matches from different leagues. Adding more to it, it also allows you to watch 400 plus channels and doesn’t restrict you in anything. Besides the live broadcast, there is the best latest news from the world of Football. If you are planning to watch a football match and are afraid to forget it, you can set a reminder, and the app will send you the notification when the game starts. Wherever you are can always have this little TV on your mobile.

#3. Fubotv, Stream Live Sports

This app gives the live streaming of different kinds of sports. But here, if we talk about Football only, this app has some decent features That make it stand out from the crowd. You will be able to access more than 65 channels. The most popular ones are CBS, CBS sports network, FOX, NBC, NFL Network, and many more. It highlights every critical event from the sports. The app has 30 hours of DVR space so that if you miss any show, you can watch it later.

#4. Live Sports TV, Football HD Stream

This app allows all the TV channels from all around the world to be on your mobile phone. This mobile app has Live streaming from UK, USA, Italy, and Asia. You can watch all the sports events live. And if you are a football fan, this app will not let you miss any show related to Football because it allows setting notifications to remind you about the new matches.

#5. ESPN

If you are looking for the best live streaming app to watch Football live matches, then ESPN that will allow you to watch the live games is one of the most popular live-streaming apps. The app has many well-built channels such as ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN classic. The app remains active 24 hours and gives updates about the matches every time. You can use this app on Android, iphone, or even on PC.

#6 Socal Media app Live

Adding more to the live streaming, now you can also use the social apps to watch the Football matches Live, such as on Facebook Live, Instagram Live stories. These apps also have features to notify you about the live show when it starts, and you can also watch the live recordings later. Today, almost everyone used social apps, which can be the easiest way to watch live football matches.

Wrapping Up!

A special thanks to mobile devices technology, the mobile live-streaming apps allow everyone to enjoy watching their show anywhere if you are outside, you can sit anywhere and watch the show. Several live-streaming apps are introduced, which will enable you to watch your favourite shows on your mobile devices. These apps have different features like a reminder notification, giving match results, and many more. The apps are being used in both Android and iphones and even on PC too.

Serie A Probable Lineups – Round 31


Crotone (3-5-2): Cordaz; Djidji, Golemic, Luperto; Pereira, Molina, Petriccione, Messias, Reca; Ounas, Simy.

Potential lineup changes: Cuomo for Luperto, Rispoli for Pereira, Zanellato for Petriccione.

Likely bench options: Zanellato, Di Carmine, Rojas.

Ruled Out: Benali (ankle bruise), Marrone (calf pull).

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