With Sportpesa back in operation, many gamblers have been asking whether the two jackpots are back on offering.
Being the most popular of all jackpots in the country, punters are salivating. The midweek pot starts at Kshs 10,000,000 and continues increasing every week until it is won. The mega jackpot which is wildly popular starts at Kshs 100,000,000 and also grows every week. By the time Sportpesa were mid closing last year, the pot had grown to an astonishing Kshs 200,000,000.
The allure of bonuses is also too attractive to pass up the jackpots. Punters trust Sportpesa and with negative, experiences with other betting firms, they can’t wait to get back trying Sportpesa jackpots.
So the golden question everyone is asking; when will the Sportpesa mega and midweek jackpots be back?
We put this question to Sportpesa and they informed us that their analysts are still looking at the matches and will update them in the coming weeks.
Having just got back in business, we obviously don’t expect the giant betting firm to offer the mega jackpot immediately. Our source also intimated that it won’t take long. December perhaps? we shall wait.
At multibet, we will definitely be offering the mega jackpot predictions and midweek jackpot predictions immediately they are back. Just like we used to, our target will always be the tantalizing bonuses that we used to win every other week. Stay tuned.
Multibet Kenya is among the highest ranked football prediction sites in Kenya. Sports betting,precisely football sports betting is on the rise in Kenya and punters are always looking out for reliable football prediction sites that can aid them increase their yield.
Mobile money has made it extremely easy for punters to procure football predictions or tips as they are called and receive a prompt response with the predictions being relayed via sms. However the growth of this industry has brought with it dishonest characters whose intentions are to deceive punters with the allure of big wins that rarely materialise.
Day in day out there are sms being sent with promises of reaping thousands of shillings from as minimal stake as KES 50.Although it is possible to win a multibet of 500 odds mathematically it is highly improbable.
Believe me this is not a puff piece to promote one of our greatest competitors cheerplex but we need to give them their props as they are among the pioneers in the industry and have been consistent and present in the industry similar to what Multibet Kenya has managed to achieve.
So what makes a good and reliable football prediction site?
As Multibet Kenya we believe that our customers are our bloodline and we should treat the accordingly and as such we provide multiple communication avenues that our customers can reach us on.We have a supportline +254718981122 that is open between 8am and 9pm.We also have a live chat on our site that our customers can reach us through.
In comparison cheerplex as well appears to hold the sentiments as they have provided a phone contact that their customers can reach them on.In researching this topic we actually called them and were surprised that our call was picked which is not the norm with many of the prediction sites in Kenya.
Ease of Payment:
Its is important that our customers are able to access services easy.Our sole means of payment is through our paybill 554441 on which anyone can purchase tips.Our price list is as below:
Cheerplex as well provides payment services through an mpesa paybill number that has been displayed on all their major landing pages.
As Multibet Kenya we understand that our customers may not have alot of money to invest in purchasing tips and as such we ensure that we keep our costs below KES 200 a week.
Cheerplex’s costs appear to be a bit higher with their 4 day basic package without jackpots starting out at KES 250 and with jackpots included starting out at KES 400
Sample tips/Free predictions:
As Multibet Kenya we provide free daily tips on our homepage and we as well provide a free slip of every jackpot weekly on their respective landing pages.Below we have provided this week’s free jackpot tips that you can take advantage of.
We have to give props to cheerplex as well as they similarly provide free daily tips as well as free slips for every jackpot weekly.To access thier free tips kindly visit their website.
Presence on Social Media:
Approximately 17 million Kenyans spend more than an hour a day on the internet and among the most visited sites are social media sites (Facebook,twitter,Instagram etc). As multibet we appreciate this and we have presence on all the major social media sites.This is to enable our customers to easy interact with us through a multibet of communication platforms.
As for Cheerplex we undertook a basic search on various social media platforms and although we found some mentions we are not in a position to categorically confirm whether they have social media presence or not.
An array of offerings that have a high yield percentage:
Multibet Kenya provides multibets and jackpot predictions.We do not offer correct scores and halftime/fulltime prediction as our experience with these have affirmed to us that they are a challenging market to get consistent wins on and the essence of our existence is to provide profitable tips.
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Cheerplex as well appears to as well specialize on multibets and jackpot predictions.On the cheerplex site we have not observed any indications that they offer correct scores or halftime/fulltime predictions.
Football analysis Methodology:
Through years of experience we have developed algorithms and methodologies that leverage various data points in present and historical football data,football news on injuries,transfers,player personal life and more to provide highly confident football predictions.
We are not in a position to comment on the methodologies used by cheerplex as you can well guess these are closely guarded secrets as they are the meat in the sauce of all football prediction sites.
We hope that this article has been of some value to you fellow punter who is looking for a reliable football prediction site whose tips can aid you in your efforts to be a profitable gambler.
There are more than 50 football predictions sites who claim to offer affordable and reliable tips but the easiest to assess this is to visit the site and follow the below steps:
Check if they offer free tips that you can test their methodology with.
Do they have a working support line,chat,feedback form and are you able to reach them through this
What language do they use for what we can categorically tell you is that there is no such thing as a sure bet or a guaranteed win.The best formula in football sports betting is finding a formula that enables you more bets than you loose so that you end up being profitable.
Do they have provide useful educational information that aid you improve your game and not just claiming to be able to provide sure wins.
Does the site look like people regularly invest in its upkeep and improvement for that is evidence that its here to stay and not just a ploy to swindle you from your money.
Some of our educational videos aimed at empowering you to be a pro predictor as well
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In our continued campaign to sample free tips offered by popular football prediction sites within Kenya we have decided to stick with sampling cheerplex free tips until we can find another site that provides free tips consistantly
we will use the same games offered on cheerplex but offer an alternate market that we deem to have a higher chance of a win.
Newport vs West ham united-Home win and Over 1.5 goals
As we continue our campaign to sample free tips offered on popular football prediction sites within Kenya we will to stick with sampling cheerplex free tips until we can find another site that provides free tips consistently
we use the same games offered on the sample sites but offer an alternate market that we deem to have a higher chance of a win.Call it friendly competition
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Welcome to yet another Sportpesa Megajackpot Post-Match Analysis. We managed to get 9/17 correct predictions which were poor by our standards. There were close calls and red cards that threw some of the games off not to mention a mind boggling total of 6 draws with 3 of them coming in the last 4 matches: but as always, we like to take on any loss as a challenge to do better. With that in mind, below is the breakdown of the results as well as an in depth look of our research methodology in the hopes that with each loss we all gain a lesson that could potentially set us on our way back to the Sportpesa Megajackpot Bonus once again in the coming week.
Reading vs Millwall
Our 1st Pick: 1
Yakou Meite netted a brace for Reading as they eased the pressure on manager Paul Clement by beating fellow Championship strugglers Millwall. Meite headed Reading into the lead as he glanced in Tyler Blackett’s near-post cross but Murray Wallace levelled for Millwall within six minutes.
Clement’s side regained the lead on the stroke of half-time after Blackett was fouled by Mahlon Romeo in the penalty area. Sam Baldock converted from the spot, as Romeo was booked, and the Royals made the points safe when Meite headed in a Leandro Bacuna corner late on.
Reading’s first Championship victory in four games came courtesy of a gritty display and some notable saves from returning goalkeeper Anssi Jaakkola. The Finn was recalled between the sticks for the first time since March after injuries to Vito Mannone and Sam Walker.
Twice he denied Millwall an opener in the first 15 minutes with a one-on-one save from Lee Gregory before clawing a Jake Cooper header off his line. Before Meite broke the deadlock, Liam Kelly struck a post for Reading in the first half, while Tom Elliott headed an effort against the crossbar as Millwall searched for a leveller after the break. Jaakkola again proved solid when he blocked a close-range Shane Ferguson volley from Jed Wallace’s cross as Reading clinched an important victory.
We had gone for a home win based on head to head records as well as current form and it proved an accurate prediction.
Wigan vs West Brom
Our 1st Pick: 2
Josh Windass ended West Bromwich Albion’s seven-game unbeaten run to lift Wigan Athletic up to seventh in the Championship. Summer signing Windass got the only goal 16 minutes from time. Latching onto Nick Powell’s knockdown from Latics goalkeeper Christian Walton’s long clearance, he accelerated, then veered to his right past the last defender to drill low right-footed past Sam Johnstone.
Albion would have regained top spot with a point or better but failed to score in the league for only the second time this season.
Only a string of fine saves from Johnstone prevented Wigan winning by more and Albion ended with 10 men as Jake Livermore was sent off for a second yellow card late on. After a free-scoring few weeks, this defeat would have acted as a timely reminder to Albion that promotion back to the Premier League will not be straightforward.
Paul Cook’s Wigan proudly protected their own undefeated sequence – they have not lost in the league at the DW Stadium since February – and were unfortunate not to win by more. Despite hamstring injuries keeping out Latics attackers Will Grigg and Michael Jacobs, they created several chances and limited Albion – by far the Championship’s top scorers – to just one shot on target.
Albion’s front duo of Dwight Gayle (eight) and Jay Rodriguez (seven) had scored more than Wigan’s team (14) combined this season – but Windass levelled that statistic. The Latics dominated a feisty game that featured nine bookings, including Livermore’s pair of yellows, and Windass was denied three times by Johnstone before opening the scoring.
Johnstone also twice denied Gary Roberts, while Albion’s best chance of rescuing a point saw Ahmed Hegazi’s header hit the side netting late on.
We had gone for an away win based on their long unbeaten streak but it came to a crashing end over the weekend.
Nottingham vs Norwich
Our 1st Pick: 1
Timm Klose’s second-half double lifted Norwich City into the Championship play-off places at the expense of Nottingham Forest with a 2-1 win at the City Ground.
City, who inflicted Forest’s first home defeat since they lost to Brentford in April, had to come from behind to secure the points. Lewis Grabban crashed home a Joao Carvalho chipped pass to put Forest in front on five minutes. Despite the best efforts of Onel Hernandez, who hit a post, and Marco Stiepermann, who missed with the goal gaping, that was how it stayed until the second half.
On the hour, Klose headed in a Moritz Leitner free-kick to level and, with time ticking down, the Switzerland international then nudged a rebound from Jordan Rhodes’ shot past Costel Pantilimon for his third goal in as many games.
This was Forest’s first defeat in all competitions since their 2-1 away loss at Brentford on 1 September, and was the result of Aitor Karanka’s side failing to build on their early momentum as the Canaries forced their way back into the game.
They drop to eighth, two points behind Blackburn in sixth. In-form Forest forward Joe Lolley, who had three goals in his past four games, struck the crossbar soon after Grabban’s early goal, but the shift in possession and chances was noticeable after the break. City striker Rhodes imposed his presence on the game, keeping Pantilimon busy, and Klose’s timely brace ensured a return to winning ways and a first defeat against the Canaries for Reds boss Karanka.
We had based our pick on home ground advantage but Norwich made a stunning comeback to secure a memorable away victory.
Shrewsbury vs Sunderland
Our 1st Pick: 2
Sunderland scored twice in the second half to run out comfortable winners at Shrewsbury.
An own goal from Omar Beckles gave the visitors the lead before sub Luke O’Nien added a late second.
Shrewsbury created two early chances as Beckles nodded Alex Gilliead’s cross over the bar before a Luke Waterfall header from Shaun Whalley’s corner was saved by Sunderland goalkeeper Jon McLaughlin.
Visiting skipper Lee Cattermole volleyed Jerome Sinclair’s cross over the bar before Whalley’s curling free kick at the other end bounced up against the bar.
Sunderland made the breakthrough in the 58th minute as left-back Beckles turned a cross from Lynden Gooch into his own net.
Chris Maguire’s well-struck shot was kept out by home goalkeeper Joel Coleman shortly afterwards.
Beckles and sub Aaron Amadi-Holloway were both off target with headers as Shrewsbury chased an equaliser before O’Nien, having just been sent on by Black Cats manager Jack Ross, fired in a low shot to double Sunderland’s advantage six minutes from time.
We backed the black cats to carry the day and it proved an accurate prediction.
Cardiff vs Fulham
Our 1st Pick: 1
Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic said his side have “so many defensive problems to fix” after they slipped into the Premier League relegation zone with defeat at Cardiff. Andre Schurrle’s spectacular 30-yard strike put the visitors ahead against the run of play, but within 10 minutes they trailed against a resurgent Bluebirds side inspired by a fervent home crowd.
Josh Murphy equalised with a precise low finish, and then Bobby Reid seized on frenetic Fulham defending to slot in his first goal for the club – only for Ryan Sessegnon to make it 2-2 before the break. Fulham seemed to grow in confidence from that point, but Cardiff responded again, with Callum Paterson shooting on the turn to squeeze the ball into the bottom corner to make it 3-2.
Then, as the visitors went in search of a late equaliser, a slip from Tim Ream allowed Victor Camarasa to square the ball to Cardiff substitute Kadeem Harris, whose close-range finish prompted delirious celebrations among the home fans.
Cardiff’s first league win of the season lifted them off the bottom of the table and out of the relegation zone, while Fulham have now conceded 12 goals in their past three games.
Based on Fulham’s abysmal defensive record, we backed the home side to carry the day and they did run rampant against their London-based opponents.
Newcastle vs Brighton
Our 1st Pick: 1
Rafael Benitez said turning around Newcastle’s fortunes will be the toughest challenge of his career after slipping to the bottom of the Premier League following defeat by Brighton.
The Magpies remain winless after a fifth straight home loss thanks to Brighton’s Beram Kayal, who deflected in Jose Izquierdo’s strike in the 29th minute.
The Seagulls lost leading scorer Glenn Murray, who was taken off after a sickening aerial collision in the ninth minute. Brighton boss Chris Hughton later stated that the forward had been concussed but would leave hospital after having precautionary fans. But it did not put the visitors off their stride in a match where they spent most of the time defending.
Benitez said the Magpies needed to be “more precise and clinical” after producing 27 shots on goal, with only six on target. Midfielder Jonjo Shelvey went closest to scoring – first with a strike that was superbly blocked by Mat Ryan, then with a free-kick saved by the Australian with the help from his wall.
And despite saying he was confident he could turn things around, when asked if the current situation is the toughest he has faced, the Spaniard said: “Yes, at the moment, yes.” I have had a lot of situations, but at the moment, obviously it’s a difficult task.”
The result means Newcastle are the fourth team in top-flight history to lose their first five home games of a season – the other three teams were relegated.
We had backed the home side to get their 1st win of the season based on their 1st half performance against the red devils but they were once again poor and deserved no points.
Hull City vs Preston
Our 1st Pick: 1
Hull City missed a chance to move out of the Championship relegation zone as fellow strugglers Preston North End grabbed a late equaliser. The Tigers hit the woodwork three times through Kamil Grosicki, Chris Martin and Jarrod Bowen and saw Preston goalkeeper Chris Maxwell pull off a string of saves.
Bowen then put the Tigers ahead from the penalty spot five minutes from time after Lilywhites centre-back Jordan Storey had brought down Martin. But Preston hit back in the third minute of stoppage time when Louis Moult brought the ball down, turned and fired in to extend the visitors’ unbeaten run to three games.
Hull had failed to score in three of their past four games heading into the match and looked like they would draw another blank until Bowen broke the deadlock from 12 yards. After Alan Brown and Lukas Nmecha spurned early chances for North End, Poland international Grosicki’s fierce strike came back off the upright and Martin hit the bar with a header.
Maxwell denied Bowen from Grosicki’s cutback after the break and the influential Pole had two more attempts saved before Maxwell deflected another Bowen effort onto the post. The forward’s fourth goal of the campaign seemed set to give Nigel Adkins’ side a first win in six games but substitute Moult struck to share the spoils.
Alex Neil’s Preston move out of the bottom three on goal difference after Millwall lost at Reading, while Hull climb off the bottom having won more games than Ipswich Town, who return to the foot of the table.
Wycombe vs Scunthorpe
Our 1st Pick: 1
Craig Mackail-Smith completed a remarkable Wycombe comeback by scoring an injury-time winner as the ten-man Chairboys recovered from two goals down to beat Scunthorpe.
Mackail-Smith punished a mistake from defender Rory McArdle, racing clear before finishing expertly past Jak Alnwick. It looked like Wycombe would settle for a valiant point after Fred Onyedinma curled home from 20 yards on 53 minutes to make it 2-2 after good hold-up play by Adebayo Akinfenwa.
Scunthorpe had started the game in lightning fashion with two goals in the opening seven minutes as they threatened to run riot. Ryan Colclough scored after just 18 seconds, cutting in from the left and firing past a stranded Ryan Allsop.
Stephen Humphrys made it 2-0 in double-quick time, clinically slotting past the Wycombe keeper. However, Dominic Gape gave Wycombe hope with a brilliant finish on 26 minutes to reduce their arrears. Allsop was sent off with 10 minutes to go after being given a straight red for a foul on Ike Ugbo before Mackail-Smith’s deserved winner.
We had backed the home team based on h2h records and it proved accurate.
Crawley Town vs Newport
Our 1st Pick: 2
Crawley closed in on the League Two play-off places with an impressive win over promotion-hunting Newport County. Joe Maguire struck for the hosts inside a minute from a Lewis Young cross. Jamille Matt levelled, but Filipe Morais’ penalty restored Crawley’s lead after Ollie Palmer was brought down.
Palmer’s header and Ashley Nathaniel-George’s solo goal stretched Crawleys’ lead, before County’s Fraser Franks was shown a straight red card for a bad foul on Nathaniel-George.
Yeovil vs Tranmere
Our 1st Pick: X
Yeovil and Tranmere played out a goalless draw as neither side did enough to secure all three points in their League Two clash at Huish Park. Yeovil arguably had the better of the few opportunities in the game as a flicked header from Alex Fisher in the first half was tipped over by Scott Davies.
After the break, the Glovers went reasonably close again as a cross from Jake Gray turned into a shot and, with Davies stranded, Luke McCoulough expertly headed away from under his own bar.
Yoann Arquin perhaps should have done better with a Carl Dickinson free-kick that found him in the box but he could only put it wide, while Tom James had Davies worried with a free-kick of his own which the Tranmere goalkeeper tried to catch but could only push over the bar.
James Norwood did have a chance for the visitors deep into added time but despite having eight league goals already this season only rolled his tame effort into the hands of a thankful Nathan Baxter.
We had backed these two to settle for a point each based on current form and it proved an accurate prediction.
Ipswich vs QPR
Our 1st Pick: X
Queens Park Rangers eased to victory at Championship strugglers Ipswich Town to increase the pressure on Tractor Boys manager Paul Hurst. The visitors went ahead when Town keeper Dean Gerken fumbled Luke Freeman’s corner into his own net.
Rangers doubled their lead on the stroke of half-time through Tomer Hemed’s penalty after Eberechi Eze was felled in the box by Toto Nsiala. Gerken denied Eze and Hemed after the break, while England Under-20 forward Eze also clipped the bar with a shot from the edge of the box as Rangers dominated.
Ipswich have won just once in the league this season under Hurst and are yet to register a home victory since the former Shrewsbury boss took charge at Portman Road this summer. The Suffolk side rarely threatened Joe Lumley in the QPR goal, with a Grant Ward header their only effort on target.
It proved to be a comfortable afternoon for the west Londoners once they took the lead from Freeman’s set-piece, as Steve McClaren’s side made it three games without defeat. Ipswich remain one point from safety despite the loss but drop to the bottom of the table, slipping behind Hull City on games won.
Plymouth vs Burton
Our 1st Pick: X
Burton defender Kyle McFadzean scored twice as Nigel Clough’s side claimed their first League One away win of the season at basement side Plymouth. Unmarked McFadzean headed home Stephen Quinn’s 84th-minute free-kick at the near post to put the Brewers ahead for the first time in an enthralling game. Argyle striker Freddie Ladapo scored twice in the first half, opening the scoring with a superb shot from just inside the box that beat the diving Dimitar Evtimov after nine minutes.
McFadzean levelled in the 19th minute, heading home from a corner after Ben Turner nodded back across goal from the far post. Ladapo pounced on a Quinn backpass to round Evtimov and score his second after 35 minutes.
But just moments later Albion again restored parity from a corner, Lucas Akins heading home Jamie Allen’s 39th-minute delivery. Ladapo – who should have had a hat-trick – played his part in defence, clearing McFadzean’s goal-bound header off the line following another corner but the defender would not be denied six minutes from time.
Derby vs Sheffield Utd
Our 1st Pick: 1
A goal after 19 seconds helped Derby County deny Sheffield United the chance to go top of the Championship, as the Blades’ four-match winning run ended with defeat at Pride Park.
Rams striker Jack Marriott’s clever, flicked finish won the game for Frank Lampard’s hosts with 13 minutes to play. Derby had led inside the first minute when Craig Bryson completed a good team move, but Chris Basham tucked United level before half-time.
The hosts pressed for a winner, before Marriott’s second goal in two starts sent them up to fifth. The win was Derby’s first since their Carabao Cup victory on penalties at Manchester United in September and their sixth of the league season, moving them four points behind the second-placed Blades.
The visitors would have gone top with a draw, after defeats for promotion-chasing Leeds United and West Bromwich Albion earlier on Saturday. Chris Wilder’s men played some well-worked football in the first half, culminating with Basham’s equaliser, after John Fleck had beaten four Derby players before squaring the ball to the centre-half at the far post.
But Martyn Waghorn should have headed Derby back in front moments later and then they had the better of the second half, before Marriott darted in at the near post and diverted home to end United’s five-match unbeaten streak.
Strasbourg vs Monaco
Our 1st Pick: 1
Thierry Henry’s first game as a manager ended in defeat as his Monaco side were beaten 2-1 at Strasbourg in Ligue 1. Frenchman Henry, 41, saw his side go behind when goalkeeper Seydou Sy fumbled an Adrien Thomasson header.
It got worse for the visitors when Samuel Grandsir saw red for a high foot, before Strasbourg substitute Lebo Mothiba made it two for the home side. Youri Tielemans’ late penalty was only a consolation, with Monaco above bottom club Guingamp on goal difference.
Their six-point tally from 10 games this season is also the club’s worst start since the 1953-54 season. The result sees Strasbourg rise to sixth in the table, with the principality side left to focus on Wednesday’s Champions League group match at Club Brugge. Former France and Arsenal star Henry, who began his playing career at Monaco and helped them win Ligue 1 in 1997, was assistant manager of Belgium before joining the eight-time French champions.
We had backed Monaco to continue on their downward spiral despite their new coach and it proved to be accurate.
Rayo Vallecano vs Getafe
Our 1st Pick: 2
What started out as a rather timid 1st half ended up as a thrilling clash in the 2nd between these two Spanish sides in the La Liga. This one had it all as it had both a sending off as well as an own goal that ended up as the match winner.
The game came to life in and around the 63rd minute when the visitors broke the deadlock courtesy of a Dimitri Foulquier goal that sent the away fans into ecstasy. Their joy was doubled when Sergio Akieme found the back of the net albeit on the wrong end to put the visitors two goals up with 20 minutes to go.
The hosts did pull one back via Raul De Tomas but it was a case of a little too late and their evening got even worse as Oscar Trejo was given his matching orders during extra time. The visitors then held on to a vital win in their quest for survival in the Spanish La Liga.
Inter vs AC Milan
Our 1st Pick: X
Inter Milan Captain, Mauro Icardi, scored a dramatic injury-time winner as they beat city rivals AC Milan at the San Siro in Serie A.
The 222nd Milan derby was petering out before the Argentine striker headed in Matias Vecino’s cross. Inter – who lost Radja Nainggolan to a first-half injury – were deserved winners, but it was a lacklustre game.
The closest either side came before the winner was Inter’s Stefan de Vrij hitting the post from close range. Icardi – who only touched the ball 15 times in the entire game – and AC Milan’s Mateo Musacchio both had goals correctly disallowed for offside. Inter move up to third with the victory – with AC Milan remaining 12th.
hat’s it for another pulsating week of our sportpesa megajackpot post-match breakdown. There were some surprising results but with each failure one can only hope to learn. Here’s a tip for all our sports betting enthusiasts, sometimes stats may favor a particular team but dig deeper and trust by your gut. Sometime your winning slip could be hinged on you backing the underdog and going against the norm. As they say, fortune favors the bold. Be on the lookout for our Sportpesa Megajackpot Predictions this week.
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Welcome to yet another Sportpesa Megajackpot Post-Match Analysis. We managed to get 7/17 correct predictions which were poor by our standards. There were close calls and stunning comebacks that threw some of the games off not to mention simply shocking results but in the end; we like to take on any loss as a challenge to do better. We may have had our poorest performance ever in the last week but this has only spurred as to dig even deeper to ensure that we bounce back in a huge way in this week’s sportpesa megajackpot. With that in mind, below is the breakdown of the results as well as an in depth look of our research methodology in the hopes that with each loss we all gain a lesson that could potentially set us on our way back to the Sportpesa Megajackpot Bonus once again in the coming week.
Welcome to yet another Sportpesa Megajackpot Post-Match Analysis. We managed to get 7/17 correct predictions which were poor by our standards. There were close calls and red cards that threw some of the games off not to mention a mind boggling total of 8 draws with 7 of them coming in the last 8 matches: but as always, we like to take on any loss as a challenge to do better. With that in mind, below is the breakdown of the results as well as an in depth look of our research methodology in the hopes that with each loss we all gain a lesson that could potentially set us on our way back to the Sportpesa Megajackpot Bonus once again in the coming week.
Welcome to yet another Sportpesa Megajackpot Post-Match Analysis. We managed to get 7/17 correct predictions which were poor by our standards. There were close calls and red cards that threw some of the games off not to mention simply shocking results but in the end; we like to take on any loss as a challenge to do better. With that in mind, below is the breakdown of the results as well as an in depth look of our research methodology in the hopes that with each loss we all gain a lesson that could potentially set us on our way back to the Sportpesa Megajackpot Bonus promised land once again in the coming week.
Multibet Kenya undertakes extensive research and leverages statistical analysis to come up with predictive algorithms that have a high win rate. We leverage football data that have numerous data points to come up with algorithms for both sportpesa mega jackpot predictions as well as daily multibets.
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Bristol Rovers – Oxford Utd
Rotherham – Derby
Forest Green – Carlisle
Sheffield Wed – Coventry
AFC Wimbledon – Crewe
Plymouth – MK Dons
Millwall – Nottingham
Stoke City – Blackburn
Accrington – Blackpool
Walsall – Port Vale
Sparta Rotterdam – Groningen
Everton – Arsenal
Newcastle – Fulham
Vitesse Arnhem – Feyenoord
Sonderjyske – Randers FC
SC Freiburg – Hertha BSC
Granada – Betis
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Azerbaijan vs Croatia
Ireland vs Germany
Scotland vs Belgium
Waterford vs Dundalk
SPORTPESA GAME ID 5068:Azerbaijan vs Croatia
The mighty and 2018 world cup runners up Croatia face off with Azerbaijan in their 2019 Euro qualifiers.Croatia are the favourites in this match up with their last away match against a strong slovakia team had then scoring four goals to nil.
In their last home match Azerbaijan fell five goals to a returned one against Slovakia and have only managed not to loose two of their last five home matches.
We see an easy win for Croatia on this one with a prediction of Croatia win and Over 1.5 goals
SPORTPESA TODAY GAME ID 1168:Northern Ireland Vs Germany
The hosts North Ireland have only lost one out of their last five home matches but all their opponents were teams ranked lower than them.They face off with the higher ranked Germany who have come of a 4:2 defeat against the flying dutch men.
This promises to be an entertaining affair as Ireland will definitely not be a walk in the park for Germany especially with their home advantage however we will go with Germany to win on this one due to their extensive experience in European competitors and their much higher ranking as compared to Ireland
SPORTPESA TODAY GAME IDS 2524:Scotland vs Belgium
Coming into this match Belgium are off to a flying start in these qualifiers with all wins in their last five international matches.Scotland on the other hand have lost three of their last five international matches with their most recent international match while at home being a 1:2 loss to Russia.The last match played between these two teams saw Belgium beating scotland 3 goals to Nil and we favour a win again in this match.Our prediction for this match is Belgium win and Over 1.5 goals.
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TROYES V PSG
Paris Saint-Germain will be up against Troyes at Stade de l’Aube on Saturday with a rather different starting XI to the one that we expect to be out on Tuesday in their crunch match at the Parc des Princes next Tuesday for their crunch tie in the Champions League round-of-16 second leg at home to the Spanish giants, Real Madrid.
The French capital giants’ manager, Unai Emery, looks to be ready to rest the likes of their Uruguayan Star striker Edinson Cavani, Marco Verratti and Javier Pastore with their must-win match against the Galacticos in mind. Their record breaking signing, Neymar Jnr is set to undergo surgery in his homeland, Brazil while their budding French star, Kylian Mbappe an Marquinhos are still struggling in their quest to attain full fitness ahead of next week.
All eyes are therefore on Liberia’s prince Timothy Weah, son of the current Liberian President and African Footballing legend, George Weah. The African prodigy who opted to ply his trade for the U.S youth international squad, is part of the 18-man squad named by Emery to travel to Troyes as one of the only recognized striker alongside the likes of Angel di Maria and Julian Draxler.
The highly rated teenager has made seven appearances for PSG’s under-19 team in the UEFA Youth League this season and has already found the back of the net against Celtic last September. With the PSG manager stating that we should expect new faces in the weekend fixture, this should be a thrilling encounter.
This is simply a clash of two at opposite ends of the French League table. On paper, the home side who are more in need of the points as they sit 18th after 27 games on just 28 points. However, despite the loss of Neymar amongst other rested key players, we see PSG winning this game comfortably as their reserve team is capable of trumping the relegation battlers, Troyes. In the 20 previous games Troyes have won two while PSG have won 14 and four have been drawn. PSG comfortably won the reverse fixture 2-0 earlier in the season.
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR V HUDDERSFIELD TOWN
Tottenham Hotspur are hoping to move up to 3rd in the Premier League with a win over the season English Premier League surprise package, Huddersfield on Saturday. Read on for all our free sportpesa predictions and betting tips.
Tottenham looked like they would struggle on Wednesday night in their FA Cup tie as they went into the break tied 1-1 with Rockdale at Wembley after an incident packed first half where the failures of VAR proved to be the main talking point. The second half quickly put any potential cup upsets that have been a constant presence in the FA Cup to rest though, as Spurs ran riot to eventually win 6-1 and book their place in the next round of the FA Cup.
This extends the North Londoners unbeaten run to an impressive 16 games in all competitions, including a shock away come back resulting in a draw against Juventus in the Champions League and wins over Arsenal and Manchester United.
In the English Premier League alone they are enjoying the longest current unbeaten streak of all the teams, winning seven and drawing three of their last ten outings. This has propelled them up into the top four, and a win on Saturday could send them up to 3rd and just one point behind Manchester United who currently sit in 2nd.
“We’re on a 16-game unbeaten run in all competitions and I expect us to pick up three more points against Huddersfield. And with quite a few of our fringe players having played in the midweek FA Cup game against Rochdale, there’s strong competition for places and we now seem to have players like Moura and Lamela who can come off the bench to change a game. And with the stadium nearly finished, a 10 point gap over Arsenal, and the visit of Juventus in the Champions League coming up, we’re excited and optimistic about the future. Llorente showed his class midweek and if he can come off the bench as super sub and grab some goals then we have another game-changer in our squad.” Mauricio
Huddersfield on the other hand have enjoyed a vital resurgence recently though, winning their last two in the Premier League and subsequently pulling themselves away from the hotly contested relegation zone. They are still only three points above the bottom three though, so there’s still a lot to fight for as dropping points could send them right back to the dog fight at the English Primier League Table.
The Terriers are unlikely to pull further clear of danger this weekend though as they are up against a really good Spurs side with Dembele drawing praise from fans and critics alike for his exemplary displays of late. Away from home, they have lost nine of their 14 Premier League games, and none of their wins or draws have come against sides in the top six.
Meanwhile, Spurs have banished their Wembley hoodoo and are currently enjoying a 13-match unbeaten streak in the English capital. They have won nine of the last 11 and kept a clean sheet in six of these matches. Considering the fact that Huddersfield have failed to score in every single one of their away losses this season, backing a Tottenham Win looks like a great bet.
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Huddersfield do have some memorable moments which they will never forget in their previous visit to Wembley for last season’s Championship play-off – in which they beat Reading albeit on penalties – and their recent wins over Bournemouth and West Brom have boosted their hopes of staying up. This trip feels like a free hit; nothing to lose and everything to gain, although it will be tough
Harry Kane, arguably the 2017/2018 player of the season scored twice as Spurs comfortably beat the Terriers 4-0 in September and another convincing win could see them end the weekend five points ahead of the reigning Premier League champions, with Chelsea up against Manchester City on Sunday.
Huddersfield have won back-to-back league games for the first time since the opening two weeks of the season to boost their survival hopes. In terms of team news, Tottenham are hoping to welcome back highly rated centre-backs Jan Vertonghen (ankle) and Toby Alderweireld (thigh). Their manager, Mauricio Pochettino said on Tuesday that Vertonghen could be fit for this weekend’s encounter.
The pair both missed a league game for Spurs for the first time since 2015 last weekend, with Davinson Sanchez and Eric Dier tasked with filling in a back four against Crystal Palace. Heung-min Son may have played his way back into the starting XI after a dazzling showing as Spurs hit six against Rochdale in the aforementioned midweek FA Cup tie, while new signing Lucas Moura put in another eye-catching shift.
Huddersfield star player, Aaron Mooy (knee) is in a tight race to be fit to face Tottenham but Huddersfield are more confident over Chris Lowe (hamstring) and Philip Billing (ill) being fit and ready for this crunch tie.
Sean Scannell (shoulder), Elias Kachunga and Jon Stankovic (both knee) are still a few weeks after from a return.
Tottenham Hotspur are unbeaten in six games in all competitions against Huddersfield (W3 D3), since a 1-2 home defeat in April 1956.
Huddersfield Town haven’t lost both league meetings with Spurs in a single season since the 1953-54 top-flight campaign, though this is only the fifth campaign they’ve met in since then.
Spurs are unbeaten in their last 33 Premier League games against newly promoted sides (W31 D2) since a 0-1 loss at QPR in April 2012.
Indeed, they’ve won their last 15 in a row against promoted sides – the third longest such run in Premier League history (Chelsea: 27 between 2002 and 2006 and Manchester United: 17 between 2006 and 2009).
The Terriers are unbeaten in their last four competitive visits to Wembley Stadium (W1 D3), with the last two finishing 0-0, both of which they won on penalties.
Spurs are currently enjoying the Premier League’s longest unbeaten run (10 games – W7 D3 L0), last losing at Manchester City in December.
Since the start of last season, Spurs have lost just one of their 33 Premier League home games, picking up 84 points from those games – more than any other side (W26 D6 L1).
Harry Kane’s 24 goals for Spurs this season in the Premier League have been worth 14 points – the most of any player in the competition in 2017-18.
If Kane scores, he’ll be the third player to have scored 25+ goals in three consecutive Premier League campaigns, after Alan Shearer (four seasons between 93-94 and 96-97) and Thierry Henry (three seasons between 03-04 to 05-06).
Jan Vertonghen is a slight doubt for Spurs as he recovers from an ankle injury, whilst Toby Alderweireld will be left out after suffering a setback in his path back to recovery.
Philip Billing, Aaron Mooy, and Chris Lowe are all doubts for the visiting Huddersfield, whilst Jon Stankovic, Elias Kachunga, and Sean Scannell are all injured too.
We are going for a Spurs win as they have been in exceptional form since mid-December.
ZENIT V AMKAR
Zenit started the season with huge ambitions under former Manchester City manager, Roberto Mancini. Nonetheless, their pursuit of the Russian League has been halted with a dreadful series of results back in October (five straight league matches without a win) forcing them to go into the winter break with an eight-point deficit to high-flying and runaway leaders Lokomotiv Moscow.
With only ten games left to play until the end of the season, it’s clear that Mancini’s men simply cannot afford any slip-ups, especially against the bottom-half sides like Amkar Perm’. The visitors did not change their squad much compared to the first half of the season and it’s pretty clear that they will be in for a huge clash in their quest to maintain top flight status until the end of the season.
Zenit vs Amkar Perm: Head-to-head record,
Zenit have won 7, drawn 6 and lost none of their 13 home matches against Amkar Perm’. Overall, Amkar have only won 3 of 29 H2H clashes with Zenit.
Only one of last five meetings has seen both teams on the score line.
Zenit vs Amkar Perm’: our Prediction
Zenit are massive favourites and we do expect to see a pleasant afternoon for the home team fans at Stadion Krestovskyi.
Amkar have been struggling for goals ever since the start of the season and thus we are backing a convincing home win.
GOR MAHIA v BANDARI
Bandari welcomed their manager Kerr to the Kenyan Premier League with a win over Gor Mahia in the GOtv Shield last season. Gor Mahia are set to throw out a scary attacking lineup as the league defending champions go all out for Bandari’s scalp. Coach Dylan Kerr named both Jacques Tuyisenge and Meddie Kagere in his starting squad, same as Francis Kahata who makes a return to the team’s first starting eleven. Kerr, who watched Bandari eliminate Gor Mahia out of GOtv Shield last season, has also included George Odhiambo and Ernest Wendo in his starting squad while highly rated Humphrey Mieno has been rested for the tie. It will be a 14th meeting between the two sides in the league, and as expected K’Ogalo, the record breaking champions lead the way with seven wins
Both on paper and on the pitch, Gor Mahia have the strongest team, and have not stuck to the same line up since the season started. On Wednesday, they managed to get a draw. When the two teams met last season in the reverse fixture, goals from Innocent Wafula and Godffrey Walusimbi reduced Noah Abich’s strike to just but a mere consolation.
The last time Gor Mahia lost to Bandari in the Kenyan Primier league match was back in 2014 when they succumbed to a 2-1 defeat. Gor Mahia: Godffrey Walusimbi scored and provided an assist in the reverse fixture last season, and he will definitely be one to watch.
Bandari FC Defender Benard Odhiambo proved to be the star against Wazito, and this time round, he should need no further motivation as he comes up against the champions, Gor Mahia. Former Muhoroni Youth star man Wycliffe Ochomo was not at his best in the team’s last outing, and he will defibtely need to work harder to score against Gor Mahia.
We are firmly going in with awin for Gor Mahia.
LAZIO V JUVENTUS
These two sides couldn’t have had as different levels of success in midweek. Lazio crashed out of the Copa Italia on penalties while, Juventus secured a meeting with AC Milan in the cup final by making light work of Atalanta by winning 2-0 on aggregate. The champions still remain in with a high chance of another domestic double, while securing a treble is firmly in their hands after a couple of near misses in recent years. However, the Old Lady have work to do in Serie A, as they’re a point off surprise leaders Napoli as we head into a huge weekend in Italy.
Simply put, Max Allegri’s Juventus need to make sure that they come out of this clash with three points if they are to stand any chance at pushing the league leaders Napoli all the way to the wire.
However, Lazio come in to this clash in great form and they should prove a tough nut to crack. Juventus are unbeaten in their last 12 league games (W11 D1) and have conceded just one goal during this period. In their last 13 matches across Serie A and the Copa Italia, they have gone on to rack up a commendable 13 victories, while they’ve won 12 of those matches to nil. They’ve got to be on a high with that form behind them, and that should see them claim some revenge for their loss at home to Lazio in the reverse fixture earlier on in the season.
The fact that Lazio have an awful record in this particular fixture probably helps matters for the away side, too. They are without a win at home to Juventus in Serie A since December 2003 – with nine defeats and three draws in the process. Juventus have won their last four away matches to the Aquile, all of which have been without conceding a goal. Given their form, we’re backing a win for Juventus.
NAPOLI V ROMA
This Saturday evening brings us a mouth-watering clash between Napoli and Roma. We all have been waiting an for opportunity like this to place our bets and earn some good money. Napoli hold the better record in the past six encounters held in Naples against the history-rich Roma with four wins, one draw and one defeat. The last match ended 1:3. With an average of 2.5 in terms of number of goals.
Napoli has twenty-two wins, three draws and one loss after twenty-six rounds of the 2017/2018 season. Their last match was against Cagliari and the league leaders made minced meat of the opposition in that particular encounter. Jose Callejon scored after twenty-nine minutes of play to make it 0:1. Three minutes before half time, Dries Mertens made it 0:2 with a well worked goal. Marek Hamsik scored in sixty-first minute to make 0:3 to pull the match beyond reach. To add salt to injury, in the seventy-second minute, referee pointed to the spot and Lorenzo Insigne had no trouble in scoring to bring the match to 0:4. Mario Rui made it 0:5 in the dying minute to make it a total rout.
Napoli has ten wins, two draws and one loss at home. Their form is currently great because they’ve won five consecutive home matches. The Napoli attackers have managed to score thirty goals in front of their home fans and that sets their mind at ease ahead of match this tantalizing match against Roma.
Roma find themselves in fifth place after twenty-six rounds and they suffered defeat a week ago. They were up against AC Milan and despite a stalemate after the half-time mark, the Rossoneri took the lead after only three minutes of play in second half of the match to make it 0:1. Victory was confirmed in seventy-fourth minute when Ac Milan made it 0:2. Roma have seven wins, four draws and one loss in their away matches. The team from Rome conceded only six goals all their away games. They have also scored at least once in their last four matches.
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In this particular match anything is possible and we expect lots of scoring chances and goals. Maybe Napoli have the edge to win all three points if current form is anything to go by, but it will not be an easy job. Our risky bet goes on to back Napoli to walk away with all three points as they have been on a hot streak this season when it comes to winning the big clashes.
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