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Liverpool V Oldham - Friday, 6 January 2012 - Betting Odds, Preview - Tips

Liverpool V Oldham – Friday, 6 January 2012

Liverpool V Oldham

Date & Kick-Off: Friday, 6 January 2012 − 20:00 GMT

Could the first giant-killing of this year’s FA Cup take place at a ground which has staged its fair share of thrilling cup encounters over the years; home of seven-time winners Liverpool? It is highly unlikely what with the Merseyside club drawn at home to League One opposition in the form of Oldham, but then again the Reds were dumped out at this very stage last season − though their slayer on that occasion was none other than current English champions Manchester United.

A cup upset isn’t on the cards, let’s be frank about it − Liverpool sit a respectable sixth in the top flight and harbour aspirations of playing in the Champions League next season, whereas Oldham can be found languishing in mid-table in the third tier, without much in the way of Premier League experience. You can get odds of 25/1 on the shock of all shocks − an Oldham victory.

For Liverpool, the favourites, Friday’s clash provides them with an ample opportunity to get straight back to winning ways following their resounding defeat to Premier League leaders Man City on Tuesday. Just 72 hours is all Reds boss Kenny Dalglish has had to digest the disappointing result at Eastlands, and to prepare his team for yet another cup clash, which will be followed by the first leg of their Carling Cup semi-final with Man City on Wednesday.

A hectic period then for the top flight outfit, which is why speculation is rife as to whom will be involved at Anfield on Friday. Having poured plenty into their match on Tuesday, and with Man City awaiting them again in midweek, we are therefore unlikely to see many, if any, first-team regulars. Having said that, Kenny Dalglish is visibly determined to end the season with silverware, showing no mercy in the Carling Cup when naming his team-sheet.

Nevertheless, I would be surprised if the Liverpool line-up did not contain several fringe players, with possibly a few of the club’s younger stars making the bench. Pepe Reina should retain his place in goal but Jamie Carragher and Martin Kelly are certainties to start in defence, having found playing time limited in recent weeks. Midfielders Jay Spearing and Jonjo Shelvey also come into contention, as does Argentine Maxi, while up front Andy Carroll is desperate for a goal or two, to build up his fragile confidence.

Captain Steven Gerrard must surely come into contention as well, with the Reds skipper and talisman making his third successive appearance from the bench in the 3-0 loss to Man City earlier in the week following a long lay-off because of an ankle infection.

All in all, Liverpool should have far too much for Oldham, regardless of who starts if truth be told. The Latics have struggled against opposition in League One this season, hence why Paul Dickov’s charges sit 14TH in the table, while away from home they’ve won just three of twelve, failing to win any of their last eight. It’s a tall order for the team likely to be spearheaded by 35-year-old Shefki Kuqi, whom has been on the losing side at Anfield on every visit with former clubs Blackburn, Newcastle and Sheffield Wednesday.

Match Pointers

– First competitive meeting for 18-years; Liverpool won the last 3-0, at Oldham, during the 1993/94 Premiership season, and also won the Anfield encounter 2-1.

– Oldham haven’t beaten Liverpool on Merseyside for almost a century, since their 2-1 victory way back in 1914 − that was one of just two wins in fourteen visits to Liverpool for the Latics, who have suffered defeats on each of their previous eight trips to Anfield.

– Liverpool sit 6TH in the Premier League (W9 D7 L4), 51 places above Oldham (W8 D7 L9) who sit 14TH in League One.

– In their respective divisions, Liverpool remain unbeaten on their own patch (W4 D6 L0) whereas Oldham have won only three of twelve away matches in the third tier of English football (W3 D5 L4).

– Last time out Liverpool were resoundingly beaten 3-0 at Man City − their first loss for nearly a month, ending a five-match unbeaten streak − while Oldham drew their fifth consecutive away game at Chesterfield 1-1 (they’ve now gone seven without winning away from home).

Not a lot of value to be had here, so not a lot of point getting involved, especially seeing as this tie won’t be shown live on the tele − surprising as that is. However, those who do fancy a flutter on Friday may be interested in potential first goalscorers.

Andy Carroll is a prime candidate should he start, and at 10/3 isn’t all that bad a price, considering the brunt of the chances should fall his way. Steven Gerrard appeals at 5/1, as does Maxi at 13/2. Personally, though, I’m rather taken with Jonjo Shelvey.

The central midfielder has found opportunities at a premium under Dalglish, but with Lucas out for the rest of the season his only rival for a regular run in the first-team is Jay Spearing, so he’ll be keener than most to make his presence felt. The 19-year-old also found goals markedly easier to come by while on loan at Blackpool in the Championship, so League One Oldham should be cannon fodder. Bet365 offer 12/1 on the former Charlton man opening the scoring, and in doing so opening his account for the Reds.

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Oldham v Shrewsbury Town Predictions, Betting Tips - Match Preview

Oldham v Shrewsbury Town Predictions, Betting Tips & Match Preview

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Shrewsbury travel to take on Oldham at Boundary Park on Saturday afternoon. The two sides go head-to-head in match-day six of the new League One season. Continue reading below to see our predictions for this fixture.

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Today’s hosts approach this match in poor form. They’ve failed to pick up a win in any of their last three competitive fixtures, losing two and drawing one. And yet they come into this one in slightly better shape than the visitors. Shrewsbury have also failed to secure victory in their last three, but they’ve been defeated in all three.

In the betting it is the hosts who’re chalked up as the 13/10 favourites. The visitors can be backed at 12/5. It is thought that such pricing is based on the fact that Oldham’s recent home form in the league isn’t actually that poor. In fact, it looks pretty useful.

The hosts, in their last three at home, have won one and drawn two. They’ve scored only two but have conceded only one, keeping two clean sheets. Clearly they are not the easiest side to get the better of when playing in front of their own fans. In contrast, Shrewsbury’s away form really isn’t anything to shout about. They’ve drawn one and lost two (their last two) on the road.

All things considered, it is fancied that the hosts can continue their good form at home and are likely to be aided by the travelling side’s weak defence. ‘Oldham to Win’ at 13/10 is the way to go here.

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Head To Head

The recent head-to-head record between these two teams is evenly split. Each side has won two of the last five renewals, while the other fixture ended in a draw. The last time they faced each other was back January of this year – a match that saw Oldham win 1-0 away from home. Interestingly, the home team has only won this fixture once in the last five renewals.

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The hosts come into this fixture with the luxury of both a clean bill of health and no suspensions.

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Just like the hosts, Shrewsbury also have no injury or suspension concerns.

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Oldham Athletic vs Shrewsbury Town, Sep 16, 2017 – Preview, Watch and Bet, Score

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English League One , Oldham – Shrewsbury , Saturday, 10:00 am ET

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Let’s watch a game between leader and outsider (ranked 21 and 1). Oldham is in unsatisfactory shape (in the last 5 games wins – 1). Shrewsbury in the last match got series victories and it is in a very good shape (in the last 5 games wins – 4). The chances to win of two teams are almost the same in this match.

Last 11 head-to-head matches Oldham won 4 matches, drawn 2 matches, lost 5 matches and goals 12-12. Including matches at home between the teams Oldham won 1 matches, drawn 1 matches, lost 2 matches and goals 5-6.

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Who could replace Gordon Strachan as Scotland boss?

Last Updated: 12/10/17 4:35pm

Scotland are searching for a new manager after Gordon Strachan left his position on Thursday.

We take a look at six possible candidates to replace him.

Strachan leaves Scotland

Gordon Strachan leaves role as Scotland manager with immediate effect

David Moyes

The former Everton and Manchester United boss is still highly thought of in his homeland, despite a downturn in fortunes since his ill-fated Old Trafford stint.

He was sacked by Real Sociedad after just 12 months in Spain and only lasted a season at Sunderland before resigning after the Black Cats' relegation from the Premier League.

His track record of making the most of resources at Goodison Park, however, may yet hold sway with Scottish Football Association chiefs.

Moyes has previously suggested he would be interested in the Scotland job, saying in 2016: "It's something I'd never say never to in the future, never say never to managing in Scotland. It's always something that I would definitely keep open."

"Moyes was immediately installed as the bookmaker's favourite as it became apparent that Strachan would be leaving the role and he has so far retained his place at the head of the market.

"However, he is what they would call a 'soft favourite' in the industry, with his relatively short price attracting little interest."

Alex McLeish

The former Scotland boss is another popular candidate with the bookmakers to return to the Hampden hot seat.

His first stint with the national team saw him take charge of just 10 games, but it produced seven wins, including the James McFadden-inspired triumph over France in Paris in 2007.

The former Rangers boss went on to win the League Cup with Birmingham, but subsequent spells in charge at Aston Villa, Nottingham Forest and Belgian outfit Genk have not been quite so fruitful.

McLeish is another to place on record his interest in the Scotland job, saying he would "seriously consider" any approach.

"McLeish has been the other main mover in Sky Bet's market, with his price halved from 12/1 to 6/1 since Strachan's exit."

Michael O'Neill

He has performed wonders in charge of his native Northern Ireland, leading them to the last 16 at Euro 2016 and now to the play-offs for a place in Russia.

Despite having a limited talent pool to work with, his team comfortably beat both Czech Republic and Norway to finish as runners-up to Germany in their qualifying group.

The former Dundee United and Hibernian winger still lives in Edinburgh, so his familiarity with the Scottish football landscape should make any potential switch a smooth one. But any move would surely depend on his current side coming up short in next month's play-offs.

"O'Neill is another name backed to manage the Scottish team, with his price coming in from 20/1 to 8/1."

Paul Lambert

As a former Scotland skipper, Lambert would be unlikely to turn down the opportunity to manage his country if it was presented to him.

He was a hot ticket in England after successful spells in charge at Wycombe, Colchester and Norwich, but his move to cash-strapped Aston Villa in the summer of 2012 proved to be the most testing period of his managerial career and he lasted just three seasons before being sacked in February 2015 with his side third bottom of the table.

Recent short spells with Blackburn and Wolves have failed to reignite his fortunes.

"Lambert is the man closing in on the favourites. He has shortened from 6/1 to 7/2 in the betting amid strong support from Sky Bet punters."

Derek McInnes

The Aberdeen boss has been hailed for waking the sleeping Pittodrie giant since taking over four-and-a-half years ago.

His 2014 League Cup triumph ended the Dons' 19-year wait for a trophy and, despite working with a budget that is a fraction of that available to Celtic, his team have consistently been a thorn in the side of the Hoops in recent seasons.

He may not have the big-game management experience of some of his rivals, but his track record speaks for itself.

McInnes, who turned down Sunderland over the summer, has said only a "special job" could lure him away from Aberdeen. Could that be the national team?

"McInnes has been a major drifter in the betting market, going out from 6/1 to 14/1 since betting started."

Malky Mackay

The former Watford, Cardiff and Wigan manager is already on the SFA payroll, having been appointed to the Hampden performance director post last December, so he could take up the reins quickly.

He landed his current post despite a hugely controversial exit from Cardiff, but his record with the Welsh outfit, who he led to promotion to the Premier League in 2013, is proof of his managerial capabilities.

"Mackay closely follows Moyes in the betting at 11/4 but the former Watford man has also attracted lukewarm support from punters."

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