In the newly created jewel of…


** Wimbledon welcomes Bristol Rovers in its newly created jewel. Even if there are only 2.000 of her fans on the podium, the excitement, emotion and determination will overflow. After all, the opponent, according to her own coach, is in a transitional stage. It will be difficult to cope.

** There is no Rotherham away from home. Very mediocre, as bad in her games so far. On the other hand, Coventry, although its general presence so far, has shown obvious signs of improvement and in fact has particularly clinical results in the last matches. Ace with "safety" in the tie.

** Millwall's problems and unresolved issues so far are not based on phase production and execution. In the defensive part he suffers. He scores, but the sea does it in the back. Derby, for days Rooney (player coach now the former natural leader of the England national team) changed aggressive behavior and it is estimated that for the third consecutive match he will have things to show in execution and will find a goal.

** As good as Dundee United is, Livingston is in such a bad momentum and in fact with "infamous" defensive performances at home and away. The set is too heavy for the home team, which has lost three times in a row in the league and without having played with Celtic or Rangers. The opposite is coming.

** The Celtic administration insists on supporting Lennon, the people react, the team is not doing well and "Paradise" is boiling. In view of the visit, in fact, of St. Johnston, which is in good condition, runs an undefeated streak and seems capable of scoring at least once in the Celtic cave!

** Hasn't Rangers conceded a goal from others, will Ross County step on it? The "Gers" are only three passive goals, but the deformed team has only 10 assets in each case. No Goal is very lucky, after all, they have brought it 5/5 more recent matches between them.


Wimbledon - Bristol R.
Coventry - Rotherham
Millwall - Derby County

G / G


Livingston - Dundee U.
Celtic - St.Johnstone
Ross County - Rangers

G / G
N / G