Joined: Sep '09
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 42 (M)
hi all there is some good football games on tonite here is some news about them,
and who is gonna win, and hopefully win you some money
CSKA Moscow v Seville
CSKA have a doubt over influential attacking midfielder Alan Dzagoev as he has a groin injury, so new signing Keisuke Honda is expected to start.
Sergei Ignashevich and Aleksei Berezutski are back after Euro bans.
Sevilla will be without star striker Luis Fabiano and winger Diego Capel as both are sidelined through injury.
But frontman Alvaro Negredo is almost certain to start since he faces only a domestic ban at the moment, while Frederic Kanoute should also feature.
CSKA have not played a competitive game of football since 8 December with the Russian league out of season, but coach Leonid Slutsky is confident they will be ready.
"I'm sure there will be no problems with the physical condition of the players and the tactical readiness of the team," he said. "But only a competitive game can give an answer about CSKA's current form."
Sevilla wing-back Adriano has told his team-mates they must at least reach the quarter-finals in the Champions League this season.
"We cannot fail now," he said. "We are all very focused. The game is important for the players because everyone wants to play in the Champions League but it is also important for the club and the fans.
"Sevilla have grown enormously in recent years, are a team with strength and international presence and have to be in the Champions League to strengthen the position of the club.
"We respect CSKA, we also respect the influence that the cold may have, but we are ready to deal with everything: the snow, the cold and the opponents."
hmmmm CSKA have not played a competitive game of football since 8 December so il be going for
sevile to win at the odds of 13/8
Inter Milan v Chelsea
Wesley Sneijder v Michael Ballack: Sneijder operates as the fulcrum of this Inter side, offering a slippery, inventive presence between midfield and attack.
At 25, the Dutchman is already much more than the dead-ball specialist that he became renowned as at Real Madrid. Admittedly, he invites comparison with David Beckham through the remarkable vision of his free-kicks - he scored two in one Serie A game last month against Siena - but his versatility is appreciated by Mourinho, who plays him in front of a central three to pick out the supply lines to strikers Samuel Eto'o and Diego Milito.
Ballack will need to be at his impassable best to contain Sneijder's silky movement. His performance at the heart of Ancelotti's diamond midfield will be of particular interest to the opposition manager, given that the German was the first signing Mourinho made at Stamford Bridge.
He has admitted that his tough, physical approach owes much to the style taught to him by his former Chelsea mentor.
Inter can be stiflingly, even cynically defensive at home - or away, for that matter, considering their two last league games have both ended goalless. Mourinho seems to have adapted naturally to the Italian spirit of *catenaccio*.
He has the huge advantage in this match, too, of knowing almost every Chelsea player his side will be confronting, having bought or developed most of them.
As such, the exploitation of any perceived Chelsea weaknesses is likely to be ruthless, with pressure applied on holding midfielder John Obi Mikel as well as centre-backs John Terry and Ricardo Carvalho, who have looked uncharacteristically flaky of late.
Ancelotti will seek to disprove jibes by Mourinho that everything about Chelsea's methods remain the same as during his tenure, right down to the warm-up routines. He has arguably the world's best striker at his disposal, in Didier Drogba, whom he will play alongside Nicolas Anelka in a forward line that could prove too much even for the famously resilient Inter.
Inter Milan (4-1-2-1-2): Julio Cesar; Maicon, Lucio, Samuel, Zanetti; Stankovic; Muntari, Sneijder; Milito, Pandev.
Chelsea (4-1-2-3): Cech; Ivanovic, Terry, Carvalho, Belletti; Mikel; Ballack, Lampard; Anelka, Drogba, Malouda.
Referee: Manuel Mejuto Gonzalez (Spain).
i think this will come down to tactics and im going for a draw 1-1