New or existing Safaribet players have a FreePlay token in their account ready to be claimed for Saturday’s huge 1X2 Pick 15 prize pool
With a massive GH₵400,000 prize on offer this week, Safaribet are giving all new and existing players a free chance to win in their 1X2 Pick 15 pool.
To help you make some of your choices, Goal has picked out a few games and provided some background into the fixtures.
Crystal Palace v Bournemouth
After starting the season in nightmarish fashion with seven consecutive losses and failing to score in any of those games, the Eagles are now unbeaten in four home matches.
Bournemouth, meanwhile, have not won any of their last three in the Premier League and currently have just two away victories to their name this season.
Barnsley v Derby County
The Tykes seemingly can’t buy a win at the moment, having lost four matches on the spin and netting just once in that time – a run which comes after a series of games where Barnsley lost just one of eight.
The East Midlanders, on the other hand, have made an assault on the playoffs by registering seven wins in their last 10 matches to move from 16th up to sixth, and with just two away losses this campaign, that form should continue in South Yorkshire.
Amiens v Lyon
Ligue 1 has only been about one club this season – Paris Saint-Germain – but Lyon are sitting pretty in second place and should consolidate that with a win over Amiens in the first ever league meeting between the sides.
The visitors have lost just one of their least 10 league matches and just two in total this term, and whilst Amiens had a run of seven league matches unbeaten broken last week, Lyon average 2.5 goals per game and that should see them to another three points.
Reading v Cardiff City
This is the kind of match that the Bluebirds have to win if they are to realise their promotion dream. Cardiff sit in second place and have won their last four matches as well as four of their last six away from south Wales.
The Madejski Stadium was a tough place to go last season, with only two away sides emerging victorious in 23 fixtures there, but this campaign is a different story as the Royals have already lost four times at home.
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15 games for GH₵400k
This week’s FreePlay is for a single line entry in to Saturday’s 1X2 Pick 15 pool. Simply predict the outcome of each of the chosen fixtures on the coupon for your chance to win.
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Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata will miss tomorrow's game at Crystal Palace due to the hamstring injury he picked up against Manchester City.
The Spaniard limped out of Chelsea's 1-0 defeat to City at Stamford Bridge and subsequently missed the international break with Spain.
The 24-year-old had a scan last week, with Spain's medical staff claiming he had suffered a grade two hamstring injury.
He won't recover in time for tomorrow's match at Selhurst Park but he could return for Chelsea's Champions League match against Roma on Wednesday.
Crystal Palace have sacked Frank de Boer after five games in charge, with Roy Hodgson reportedly being lined up to take the role.
After four defeats and no goals scored in the Premier League – and despite a 2-1 victory over Ipswich in the EFL Cup – Palace have called time on De Boer’s tenure, which lasted just 77 days and comes after his 85-day reign at Inter Milan last season.
Sunday’s 1-0 defeat at Burnley – which saw Palace record 23 shots and enjoy 65% of possession – proved to be the final straw for the Dutchman.
"We would like to thank Frank for his dedication and hard work during his time at the club," read a statement on the club's website.
"A new manager will be appointed in due course and we wish Frank the very best of luck for the future."
Former England manager Hodgson appears set to named as De Boer’s replacement, with Sky Sports News claiming the 70-year-old will take charge in the next 24 hours.
Hodgson has not been in management since England’s embarrassing Euro 2016 exit to Iceland in the last 16.
The news comes just one day after Palace chairman tweeted, ‘We have to stick together’, after their defeat at Turf Moor.
Manager Club Days
Les Reed Charlton Athletic 40
Rene Meulensteen Fulham 75
Frank de Boer Crystal Palace 77
Bob Bradley Swansea City 84
Terry Connor Wolverhampton Wanderers 91
Colin Todd Derby County 98
Manager Club Games
Frank de Boer Crystal Palace 4
Les Reed Charlton Athletic 7
Bob Bradley Swansea City 11
Jacques Santini Tottenham Hotspur 11
Sammy Lee Bolton Wanderers 11
Stats courtesy of Opta
De Boer had been drafted in as Palace looked to adopt a new style following 18 months of Sam Allardyce football.
The speedy sacking of De Boer, and imminent appointment of Hodgson, looks as though Palace are reverting to type.
"We need an evolution over a period of time, I think we’ve got players who are technically better than that [old style] now but it’s also not a sustainable model."
Those were Parish’s words at De Boer’s unveiling. Four games into the Premier League season, the 47-year-old has the unwanted stat of owning the shortest reign in the league’s 25-year history, as far as games are concerned.
So much for evolution over time.
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