Huddersfield vs Bournemouth

Huddersfield vs Bournemouth: Huddersfield vs Bournemouth predictions, football tips and statistics for this match of England Premier League on 09/03/2019 Huddersfield vs Bournemouth football predictions, statistics – 09 Mar 2019 The website uses cookies. Huddersfield will take on Bournemouth on Saturday in a game of round 29 of the Premier League. The hosts are bottom of the table and with just 14 points, a gap of ten points separating them from the first safe place in the standings. Bournemouth are …

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Huddersfield has played 29 matches are at position 20 with 14 points in this 2018-19 England Premier League
They have won 3 times, drawn 5 times and lost 21 games.
Their last 5 matches played they have won 1 game, drawn 0 games and lost 4 games. (LWLLL)
Their last game played was a 1-0 away loss to Brighton.
So far in this season they have scored 15 goals for (GF), conceded 51 goals against (GA) and have remained with a goal difference (GD) of -36 goals.
Bournemouth has played 29 matches is at position 12 with 34 points in this 2018-19 England Premier League
They have won 10 times, drawn 4 times and lost 15 times.
Their last 5 matches played they have won 0 games, drawn 1 game and lost 4 games. :- (LLDLL)
Their last game played a 0-1 home loss to Manchester City.
So far in this season they have scored 39 goals for (GF), conceded 54 goals against (GA) and have remained with a goal difference (GD) of -15 goals.

Bulls vs Sharks

Bulls vs Sharks : The Bulls scored five tries to claim a Super Rugby double over the Sharks this season with a 39-33 victory in their South African derby at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday, keeping their hopes of a playoff place alive. The Bulls moved off the foot of the South African conference and now trail leaders the Lions by seven points, but with a game in hand.

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Cape Town – Has Tim Agaba’s time finally come in the high-level, 15-man rugby fold?

The former SA Sevens star has had to bide his time patiently since joining the Bulls’ Super Rugby cause last year: he sports a mere two caps as things stand.

But for his third appearance, and a start, the Ugandan-born player has been catapulted into a key role for the spicy Loftus encounter with the Sharks on Saturday (17:15 kick-off).

The big-striding athlete will be the only reasonably genuine speed merchant among the respective sets of loose forwards in the major clash, which sees teams each boasting two-from-three records so far slug it out.

South African derbies are not always the easiest occasions on the eye: regional passions, a sense of desperation and propensity for bruising collisions often drag them down as spectacles, as roughly happened when the Sharks played the Stormers (and lost for the first time in the 2019 campaign) at home last weekend.

But that isn’t always the case, especially in more favourable, fast-surface Highveld conditions, so there could well be a pleasing number of tries on offer in this one.

There were eight between these teams, after all, when the corresponding fixture was played in mid-May 2018, and the Bulls edged it 39-33.

That is exactly the sort of statistical data to prick up the ears of Ugandan-born Agaba, renowned for his instinctive linking, support-running and off-loading game – naturally so prevalent in his Blitzboks career.

Although no shrinking violet on the scales himself at some 105kg, the 29-year-old would almost certainly prevail comfortably in a 100-metre dash, for example, against either of his Bulls loosie colleagues this weekend – veteran Springbok powerhouse Duane Vermeulen and Jannes Kirsten – or the Sharks start-out trio of Wian Vosloo, Jacques Vermeulen and Dan du Preez.

Neither side will contain a mobile, low-centre-of-gravity specialist fetcher, only adding to the impression that the loose forwards will generally be drawn into an uncompromising engine room arm-wrestle for hard-earned yards.

So that is where Agaba provides an enticing extra dimension, potentially, to the Bulls’ attack.

Certainly there ought to be plenty of scope for constructive play by the host team if their pack as a whole can ensure anything like the sort of mastery they enjoyed in last week’s unexpectedly easy downing of the Lions in their Ellis Park stronghold.

The Bulls don’t run everything willy-nilly – they still build “scoreboard pressure” by banging over a lot of their penalties through the in-form right boot of Handre Pollard – but there have also been pleasing signs in early season of a new energy, unpredictability and incisiveness when it comes to their ball-in-hand play.

It is against that backdrop that Agaba is thrown into battle against the Sharks, and a rousing display by the fleet-footed player could see him much more regularly placed high up in the Bulls match-day pecking order, even taking into account that injuries are already wreaking a certain amount of havoc in the camp.

Pretoria – Bulls coach Pote Human has named his team for Saturday’s Super Rugby clash against the Sharks at Loftus Versfeld.

Human has made a few changes to the team that beat the Lions 30-12 in Johannesburg last weekend.

There is a solitary change in the backline, with Ivan van Zyl replacing Embrose Papier at scrumhalf.

Up front, Tim Agaba comes into the loose trio, taking the No 7 jersey from Hanro Liebenberg, who moves to lock in place of Eli Snyman.

Jannes Kirsten also comes into the loose trio, taking the No 6 jersey from Ruan Steenkamp.

With Liebenberg in the No 4 jersey, Jason Jenkins moves into the No 5 jersey.

Human says the Bulls are keen to reproduce the form they showed in the opening match at Loftus Versfeld, when they beat the Stormers 40-3.

“We did not play well the next weekend in Argentina, but delivered a much better effort last weekend, so I am confident that we will be up for this one as well. The local derbies certainly brings out the best in our teams, so this will be a physical, hard-fought affair again.”

west ham vs cardiff

West Ham vs Cardiff: Cardiff vs West HamPremier League 2018-19 Venue: Cardiff City Stadium Date: Saturday, March 9, 2019 Kick-off: 3pm GMT Cardiff welcome Relegation threatened Cardiff entertain West Ham on Saturday, with Neil Warnock’s side desperate to pick up the points in the battle to avoid

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It was their biggest Premier League victory against the Magpies at St James’ Park since October 1998 and also their first away clean sheet of the season.

There was a positive vibe around West Ham’s squad at Newcastle, with a bonding session between some of the players and a couple of snooker legends perhaps making the difference.

A quartet of Hammers’ stars teamed up with Steve Davis and John Parrott for an epic game of Crazy Snooker ahead of the game at St James’ Park and the experience clearly helped to lift their spirits.Manager Manuel Pellegrini will hope the positivity continues against a Cardiff side who have struggled for much of the current campaign.

The Hammers’ boss has a few injury issues to contend with ahead of the game. Defenders Aaron Cresswell and Fabian Balbuena are fitness doubts, while Ryan Fredericks, Manuel Lanzini, Winston Reid, Carlos Sanchez and Andriy Yarmolenko remain on the sidelines.

Jazz Richards has been ruled out for the visitors, while Greg Cunningham, Joe Bennett and Kenneth Zohore are not expected to be rushed into action. However, Nathaniel Mendez-Laing could make his first appearance since late August after overcoming a knee injury.

Cardiff head into the match on the back of an impressive result against Wolverhampton Wanderers last Friday. Neil Warnock’s side recorded just their third victory of the campaign with a 2-1 success to move out of the relegation zone.

West Ham are on a six-match winning streak against the Bluebirds, keeping clean sheets in five of them. They are unbeaten in nine top-flight home meetings, winning six and drawing three.

Cardiff’s only victory in their past 18 competitive fixtures at West Ham came on the opening weekend of the 2011/12 Championship season.Three points on Tuesday could take West Ham up to 11th in the table dependent on results elsewhere.

With fixtures scheduled against Crystal Palace (H), Fulham (A), Watford (H), Southampton (A) and Burnley (A) during the rest of December, the Hammers could easily end the year in the top half of the standings.

They will need to guard against complacency against Cardiff, but they look a good bet to record another victory on Tuesday.
West Ham are riding high right now and I don’t see Premier League newcomers Cardiff City getting in their way. The biggest challenge for the Hammers will be their own team selection. Arnautovic should be rested, Cresswell looks unlikely, Zaba is probably going to be replaced by Antonio; it’s going to be a very different looking team.

The silver lining is that barring the incredible, Cardiff are a bit challenged when it comes to scoring goals. With Diop and Balbuena in form right now, the second tier team that Cardiff are fielding don’t have the personnel to disrupt that balance. Now, let’s not look past them thought and learn from our Brighton and Huddersfield mistakes