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Today’s free tip is in the Swiss Super League game between Lugano and Thun.

Lugano have been getting battered from pillar to post of late, shipping seventeen goals over their past three games, offering just one in return. Still, such a run isn’t exactly unexpected with this team because they’re a Challenge League side that are masquerading as a Super League side, which is largely down to experienced Czech boss Zeman. Zeman is the best manager in the division – but he has the worst players. That makes it interesting to watch Lugano play, to be honest. If they’re given time to frustrate teams, then they’ll do just that because of their motivation and organisation. However, if they concede the first goal, they’ll usually get ripped to pieces as they send wave after wave of players forward in a desperate bid to get back into the game, and when you consider that they’re not very good at defending, nor are they very good at converting the chances they create, it’s hardly surprising to see that they don’t often turn things around.

Lugano almost seem to prefer it when teams attack them, and try to score goals, because that gives them space on the break to score goals themselves. Make no mistake about it – Lugano are a very attack-minded side, and they’re good at creating opportunities, and causing mayhem in the opposing defence. However, their lack of quality shows in their games with their goalkeepers, defenders, and strikers particularly culpable on an individual basis with alarming regularity. I admire the heart and belief that this team has, but they really are the worst side in the division, which is why they lose games easily enough.

Lugano really don’t like playing against good tactical sides, which is precisely what Thun are. With that in mind, I suppose you could make a case for backing Thun to win this one, but that doesn’t greatly interest me. Lugano are better on the ball than Thun, so I wouldn’t take it without draw no bet cover, and given how abysmal Lugano’s recent results look on paper, the chances of finding good odds on the away win with draw no bet are zero. Besides, Thun’s speciality is in avoiding defeat, not necessarily winning games. They have managed to beat Lugano three times already this season, and they’re more than capable of winning this one, but with Buess and Munsy struggling to make their mark right now, Thun aren’t doing enough for me to believe in them winning here.

However, I do believe that Thun will frustrate Lugano today by being smarter than they are. Four out of Thun’s last six Super League games have gone under 2.5 goals, and the other two have only gone over 2.5 goals in the last minute of the game. This is a team that are good at preventing other teams from getting at them, almost like a mini-Sion, if you like. Defensively speaking, they’re one of the better sides that compete at this level, and they’ve got a solid enough balance to their squad to prove it again today. Lugano aren’t good enough in front of goal to worry Thun, and Thun aren’t the ones that need the points here, so everything plays into the hands of the visitors, in my view.

If Thun aren’t in a position whereby they require points, they’re a very difficult side to overcome. They’re not great individually, but they’re very strong and consistent collectively. Lugano are similar to Thun, but aren’t experienced enough, nor composed enough, to make their work-rate count as productively as their opponents do. Lugano need to take some points sooner or later, because Vaduz (their only real relegation rivals) are playing well, and are starting to pick up the points that their displays have merited. Vaduz are better than Lugano are, and they’re certainly more effective, so the newly-promoted hosts really need to make it count in games like these. Unfortunately for them, Thun will not simply lie down and take it; they’ll sit back, wait patiently for their opportunity to come along, and most likely edge the game via a narrow scoreline. I wouldn’t write Lugano off here, because their attacking play really is very good – it’s just their finishing that lets them down. However, rather than get drawn into a 1×2 market that the bookies have sized up well, I’d much rather opt for under 2.5 goals at good odds of 6/5. As long as there isn’t an early Thun goal, this should be a low-scoring affair.

Verdict: Under 2.5 goals at 6/5.Why not bet on this game now at Bet365?

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Argentinian Primera Division:

San Martin de San Juan vs Estudiantes de la Plata
Velez Sarsfield vs Independiente
Patronato vs Banfield
Temperley vs Atletico Quilmes
Club Olimpo vs River Plate

Australian A-League:

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Melbourne City vs Perth Glory

Austrian Bundesliga:

Rapid Vienna vs Austria Vienna

Belgian Eerste Klasse:

Anderlecht vs Club Brugge
Mouscron-Peruwelz vs Standard de Liege

Bulgarian A PFG:

Slavia Sofia vs Pirin Blagoevgrad

Croatian Prva Liga:

Slaven Koprivnica vs Hajduk Split

Czech Republic Synot Liga:

Viktoria Plzen vs Zbrojovka Brno
Bohemians 1905 vs Sparta Prague

Danish Superligaen:

OB Odense vs Viborg
Aalborg BK vs SonderjyskE
FC Copenhagen vs Brondby

English Premier League:

Bournemouth vs Liverpool
Leicester City vs West Ham United
Arsenal vs Crystal Palace

Faroese Meistaradeildin:

TB Tvoroyri vs IF Fugalfjordur
KI Klaksvik vs B36 Torshavn
Skala vs B68 Toftir
HB Torshavn vs AB Argir
NSI Runavik vs Vikingur Gotu

Finnish Veikkausliiga:

PS Kemi Kings vs IFK Mariehamn
Ilves vs RoPS Rovaniemi
PK-35 Helsinki vs VPS Vaasa

French Ligue 1:

Nantes vs Montpellier HSC
Stade Rennais vs Guingamp
AS Monaco vs Olympique de Marseille

German Bundesliga:

Bv09 Borussia Dortmund vs Hamburger SV
Mainz 05 vs Koln

Israeli Ligat Ha’al:

Maccabi Haifa vs Maccabi Tel-Aviv
Bnei Yehuda Tel-Aviv vs Hapoel Acre

Italian Serie A:

Atalanta Bergamo vs AS Roma
Udinese vs Chievo Verona
Hellas Verona vs Frosinone
Juventus vs Palermo
Fiorentina vs Sassuolo
Lazio vs Empoli
Sampdoria vs AC Milan

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Lithuanian A Lyga:

Suduva Marijampole vs Utenis Utena
Trakai vs Atlantas Klaipeda

Dutch Eredivisie:

AFC Ajax Amsterdam vs FC Utrecht
Willem II vs ADO Den Haag
NEC Nijmegen vs Cambuur Leeuwarden
Excelsior Rotterdam vs Heerenveen

Norwegian Eliteserien:

Bodo/Glimt vs Molde FK
Aalesund FK vs Viking Stavanger
Sarpsborg 08 vs Stabaek
Valerenga Oslo vs Tromso
Odd vs Start Kristiansand

Portuguese Liga Sagres:

Belenenses vs Academica de Coimbra
Uniao Madeira vs Pacos de Ferreira
Maritimo Funchal vs Vitoria Guimaraes
Porto vs CD Nacional de Madeira

Portuguese Segunda Liga:

Sporting Clube de Portugal II vs SL Benfica II
Vitoria Guimaraes II vs Sporting Braga II
Academico Viseu vs Desportivo Aves
Varzim vs Sporting Covilha
Olhanense vs Farense
Porto II vs Feirense
Leixoes Matosinhos vs Freamunde
UD Oliveirense vs Mafra
Atletico Clube de Portugal vs Portimonense
Chaves vs Gil Vicente
Famalicao vs Oriental Lisboa
Penafiel vs Santa Clara

Russian Premier League:

FK Ufa vs Anzhi Makhachkala
Dinamo Moscow vs Krylya Sovetov Samara
Kuban’ Krasnodar vs FK Rostov

Spanish Primera Liga:

Malaga vs Athletic Club de Bilbao
Sevilla CF vs Deportivo La Coruna
Rayo Vallecano de Madrid vs Villarreal CF
Atletico Madrid vs Granada
Barcelona vs Valencia CF

Swedish Allsvenskan:

IFK Norrkoping vs AIK Solna
Jonkopings Sodra vs Gefle
IFK Goteborg vs Kalmar FF

Swiss Super League:

Lugano vs Thun
Young Boys Bern vs Vaduz
St.Gallen vs Basel

Swiss Challenge League:

Biel-Bienne vs Aarau
Le Mont vs Lausanne Sport

Turkish Super Lig:

Kasimpasa vs Kayserispor
Istanbul BB vs Gaziantepspor
Bursaspor vs Akhisar Belediye
Fenerbahce vs Mersin Idmanyurdu

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with Daniel Allende, Head Coach of Club Olimpo (Bahia Blanca);
2x National League (DIMAYOR) Championship Coach

If your team is undersized and relies on guard play and quickness to win, then the “Argentina Style of Basketball” DVD is perfect for you. Argentina basketball, famous for running the flex offense and playing with quickness, has produced another great coach, Daniel Allende. In this exciting DVD, Coach Allende breaks down the Argentinian-style of play including the famous flex game that so many teams use.

Coach Allende uses fundamental basketball techniques to teach players how to pass, when to dribble and proper shooting mechanics in the half-court setting. Allende uses 5-on-5 half-court offense to teach spacing, balance and timing, which are the most important aspects of any successful half-court offense.

Coach Allende starts with basic concepts and builds up to complex actions within the flex, ball screen offense, and high-low entries. By teaching basic pass, cut and replace strategies, players will be able to visualize how the offense should move and flow. He uses 3-on-0, 4-on-0, and 5-on-0 in order to ensure players understand their movements.

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You will learn various actions that will flow right into the flex offense. Allende uses these actions to break down the offense into segments so players can practice their movements and master the art of the flex play. Allende leaves nothing out as he describes how players should counter an opponent’s every defensive action.

Using 5-on-5 on-court demonstrations, he teaches how to enter the ball into the post, run continuous flex to wear down your opponent, use the UCLA cut to get into the flex offense and how to get scoring opportunities for your best shooter or low post player. He even details how to incorporate a simple fast break action that leads right into the flex offense.

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