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mesmerised
17 Jun 14 18:17
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Neymar shouldn't get booked, if he does he misses the last match. hulk is not fully fit so I won't be backing him to score either, the first proper attacking unit brazil come up against will score at least 2, there for the taking based on the croatia game with the clown Luiz still playing, Hernandez anytime scorer, Brazil 3-1

Turkish ref booking stats  - http://uk.soccerway.com/referees/cuneyt-cakir/92755/

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By:
lybertyne
When: 17 Jun 14 18:29
i like the way she grips the rod
By:
Ibrahima Sonko
When: 17 Jun 14 18:38
By:
metaphor
When: 17 Jun 14 18:50
how do the bookings work in this wc, do they carry on into the 2nd phase? if so neymar might deliberately get himself booked if brazil are winning comfortably. miss the meaningless 3rd game. bookings wiped clean. also fit and fresh for the ko phase

just a thought

fancy mexico might do well here. i'm laying brazil.
By:
liam1982
When: 17 Jun 14 18:55
I wasn't too impressed with mexico against cameroom tbh - i wasnt impressed with brazi either - ill predict 2-1 brasil
By:
MrBaboon
When: 17 Jun 14 18:56
laying Brazil at home in the World Cup seems madness to me
By:
MatchedBets
When: 17 Jun 14 18:57
Mexico +1.5 on the Asian handicap is 4/5. I reckon it could be close, 2-1 or 1-0
By:
Biscuit1979
When: 17 Jun 14 18:58
Yes metaphor bookings do carry over

"Players receive a one match ban if they pick up a single yellow card in two different games from the beginning of the group stage until the end of the quarterfinal matches, at which point single yellow cards will be deleted"
By:
owning
When: 17 Jun 14 19:00

Jun 17, 2014 -- 6:58PM, Biscuit1979 wrote:


Yes metaphor bookings do carry over"Players receive a one match ban if they pick up a single yellow card in two different games from the beginning of the group stage until the end of the quarterfinal matches, at which point single yellow cards will be deleted"


In which case, makes sense to back neymar booked

By:
owning
When: 17 Jun 14 19:00
if brazil have a comfortable lead, neymar might just get himself booked
By:
clacherholiday2
When: 17 Jun 14 19:03
think you can right off mexicos effort against cameroon due to the conditions, when i saw them play a friendly the other week against portugal they looked pretty crisp.

im on peralta to score first and 1-0, 2-0 mexico, 105/1 bost on skybat for a fiver.

thats all im doing pre off, ill wait and see if the ref sings the brazillian national anthem or not
By:
duffy
When: 17 Jun 14 19:03
should be goals here surely...mexico are very attacking minded ansd brazil don't worry too much about defending.
By:
clacherholiday2
When: 17 Jun 14 19:04
referee :    
    Cuneyt Cakir (Turkey)


any info on this guy?
By:
mesmerised
When: 17 Jun 14 19:05
That's new to me, every world cup I remember the yellow cards were wiped out after the group stages , this must be the first where it's extended to the quarters, imo his ego is too big and wants to be top scorer, should still avoid a booking to rack up goals against cameroon esp if it's a dead match for both, sponsors demand he plays every gameWink
By:
thorbes66111
When: 17 Jun 14 19:05
Was that the guy who sent of NAni in the CL?
By:
thorbes66111
When: 17 Jun 14 19:05
off*
By:
maleuk01.
When: 17 Jun 14 19:06
brazil -1 @ 2.24 for me
By:
MatchedBets
When: 17 Jun 14 19:06
4.1 yellow cards per game based on here
http://worldreferee.com/site/copy.php?linkID=565
By:
sideshowbob
When: 17 Jun 14 19:07
i agree. shirley neymar is better off getting booked. means nothing missing the next game.
they be all but through.

goals look good again. can see at least 2 brazil goals, possibly a mexico go possibly 3 or 4-1.
By:
duffy
When: 17 Jun 14 19:13
Why is there an assumption that he is in some way going to get booked anyhow and therefore must sacrifice himself....add to that any ref would be scared to be the guy who forces him to miss a game!!!
By:
sideshowbob
When: 17 Jun 14 19:17
what are you on about? sacrifice himself? hed probably be rested for the next game anyway.
its not the world cup final, its a meaningless game against one of the worst teams in the competition.
By:
duffy
When: 17 Jun 14 19:19
you said he's better off getting himself booked...not me LaughLaugh
By:
Blockfire
When: 17 Jun 14 19:23
3.05 to get booked.
By:
Blockfire
When: 17 Jun 14 19:24
888sport are doing first thing to happen to Neymar, to get booked @5.00 hmmmm
By:
notwhatwho
When: 17 Jun 14 19:24
ramires in for hulk only change for the home team
By:
Blockfire
When: 17 Jun 14 19:24
Neymar to get flagged offside Over 0.5 @2.10!
By:
Charlton2005
When: 17 Jun 14 19:27
brazil will be wanting to avoid spain so will be loathe to win this game

backing mexico 2-1 and laying brazil

gll all
By:
JamesD3
When: 17 Jun 14 19:28
where???
By:
MatchedBets
When: 17 Jun 14 19:28
2nd half goals over 1.5 @ 1.91
By:
mikehhh
When: 17 Jun 14 19:29
not really sure the avoiding spain thing means anything to brazil if they come 2nd prob face the dutch not exactly easy
By:
Platini
When: 17 Jun 14 19:30
Brazil have never lost to Mexico at home.

I could see reasons why some were prepared to lay Brazil in the opening match, but this will be much more up their street, and you're getting a bigger price.

I'm laying Mexico here. Expected them to be around 15/1. but only 9/1?? Easy decision.
By:
Charlton2005
When: 17 Jun 14 19:32

Platini
17 Jun 14 19:30
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Brazil have never lost to Mexico at home.


1968

the odds include brazils desire to not win!
By:
mikehhh
When: 17 Jun 14 19:33
why they wanting to avoid spain when they beat them 3-0 last summer....
By:
Charlton2005
When: 17 Jun 14 19:34
well if they win tonight, you'll soon see  Grin
By:
Platini
When: 17 Jun 14 19:35
I repeat, Brazil have NEVER lost to Mexico at home.


We're talking football matches, not fecking friendlies, FFS !!!
By:
mikehhh
When: 17 Jun 14 19:36
spain might not even make it
By:
ColdTurkey
When: 17 Jun 14 19:36
not sure if I understand the rush to get on Brazil. Mexico h2h very favourable added to last time beaten at home in this stadium and shocking performance last week. 90% of the money on Brazil. Someone's laying it and the layers are normally the winners.
By:
Charlton2005
When: 17 Jun 14 19:36
so whats that 3 games unbeaten? that's very scientific of you
By:
mesmerised
When: 17 Jun 14 19:37
that stat doest mean anything, this brazil side (not the one 20, 30 , 40 years ago) have played this mexico side how many times? they're playing each other not playing history
By:
liam1982
When: 17 Jun 14 19:38
I feel the first 5 mins will be a good indicator of how this game will go
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