Latest decided picks:
|25-09-2016||Ranheim - K. Oslo||Ranheim -0.75 @ 1.85|
|24-09-2016||Sturm Graz - AC Wolfsberger||Sturm -0.75 @ 1.89|
|23-09-2016||BW Linz - LASK Linz||LASK -0.75 @ 1.75|
|21-09-2016||Barcelona - Atl. Madrid||Over 2.5 goals @ 1.81|
|20-09-2016||Heerenveen - Graafschap||Heerenveen -1 @ 1.74|
|18-09-2016||Mjondalen - Ranheim||Mjondalen -0.75 @ 1.79|
|16-09-2016||Betis - Granada||Betis -0.5 @ 1.88|
|15-09-2016||AZ Alkmaar - Dundalk||AZ Alkmaar -1.5 @ 1.77|
|14-09-2016||Porto - FC Copenhagen||Porto -0.75 @ 1.77|
|13-09-2016||Basel - Ludogorets||Over 2.5 goals @ 1.91|
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