Latest decided picks:
|25-07-2016||Mariehamn - Inter Turku||Mariehamn -0.75 @ 1.95|
|24-07-2016||Halmstad - Angelholms||Over 2.75 goals @ 1.75|
|23-07-2016||Norrkoping - Gefle||Over 3 goals @ 1.8|
|22-07-2016||Cabinteely - Waterford||Waterford -0.5 @ 1.82|
|21-07-2016||Levski - Maribor||Under 2 goals @ 1.96|
|20-07-2016||Norrkoping - Rosenborg||Norrkoping +0.25 @ 1.76|
|19-07-2016||Legia - Zrinjski||Legia -1 @ 1.83|
|17-07-2016||D. Zagreb - Lok. Zagreb||Over 2.75 @ 1.77|
|16-07-2016||Legia - Jagiellonia||Legia -0.75 @ 1.9|
|14-07-2016||Hibernian - Brondby||Under 2.5 goals @ 1.8|
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