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Online Football Prediction League Game.

Here you can try to predict scores of many european and international football championships, such as italian Seria A, spanish LaLiga, english Barclays Premiership, german BundesLiga, russian Premier Liga, World Cup 2014 Brazil, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and more.

Just register, if you are not registered yet, and you can start play with many others football fans from all over the world.

Try your skills and knowledges of football, predict the scores of football matches, collect points and win.

If you are a real fan of football and love this game, this site is for you. Our online football prediction league game is absolutely free, you don't need to pay for playing in our game.

Also if you do not wnat to play, you can just visit our site to read latest football news, look at the football matches played in different football leagues, and always be informed about football results.

So what is the difference between other online football games and our site? Other similar sites have only one or two prediction leagues, but here, in our online football prediction game you can play in many different leagues.

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Rules of the Online Football Prediction Game

Rules of the Online Football Prediction Game are very simple.
  • Predict football scores in one or more leagues and collect points.
  • For correct result with more than 5 goals - 4 points.
  • For correct result - 3 points.
  • For correct outcome and goals difference - 2 points.
  • For draw with incorrect result - 2 points.
  • For correct outcoume and incorrect goals difference - 1 point.
  • For incorrect outcome - 0 points.

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Yahoo news
Red Bulls beat Sporting KC 2-1 to advance

Red Bulls beat Sporting KC 2-1 to advanceThierry Henry won't be retiring - at least for two more games. The 37-year-old Frenchman set up the first of Bradley Wright-Phillips' two goals in the final 13 minutes and helped rally New York to a 2-1 victory over Sporting Kansas City on Thursday night. The result eliminated the defending MLS Cup champion from the playoffs and sent the Red Bulls to the conference semifinals. New York will host D.C. United on Sunday in the first of a two-leg semifinal series.


Burnley-Arsenal Preview
Burnley might be sitting at the bottom of the Premier League without a victory, but that alone is unlikely to put Arsenal's minds at ease about their own win total and a considerable gap between themselves and the top of the table. A result when welcoming the Clarets to the Emirates Stadium on Saturday could help alleviate any growing anxiety for the Gunners, who could gain an added boost if Theo Walcott makes his season debut. Manager Arsene Wenger, seeking back-to-back league wins for the first time this season, cautioned that the speedy winger isn't guaranteed to see the field against Burnley (0-4-5), but the 25-year-old joined Arsenal (3-5-1) for last Saturday's 2-0 victory at Sunderland so he's almost certainly fit. Alexis Sanchez provided both goals, and his last 10 starts across all competitions have produced eight.
Queens Park Rangers-Chelsea Preview
Top of the table Chelsea will be confident of getting back to winning ways when they welcome Queens Park Rangers to Stamford Bridge on Monday.
Swansea City-Everton Preview
Swansea City will look to put their League Cup disappointment behind them when they travel to Goodison Park to play Everton on Saturday. Garry Monk' Swansea (4-2-3) were beaten 2-1 by Liverpool on Tuesday, conceding twice late on after being reduced to ten men. "When you are 1-0 up and so close to the finishing line but then concede twice and get a red card within ten minutes is very disappointing," German goalkeeper Gerhard Tremmel admitted. Unfortunately it wasn't enough tonight." The crucial red card decision has been subsequently rescinded by the Football Association, while Monk has also escaped punishment for his criticism of the officials after a defeat to Stoke City earlier in October.
West Brom-Leicester City Preview
Confidence will be low for both teams when Leicester City host West Bromwich Albion on Saturday. Alan Irvine's West Brom (2-4-3) have impressed at times in the early months of the season, but have had a disappointing week with a draw with Crystal Palace in the league and a 2-1 defeat to Bournemouth in the League Cup on Wednesday evening. The Baggies boss rang the changes for the cup game, but was disappointed that the reserve players didn't step up with any performances that would have challenged the places of the Premier League regular starters. I don't regret the 10 changes." Saturday's hosts Leicester City (2-3-4) have gone four league games without a win since their dramatic 5-3 victory against Manchester United, and last weekend's 2-0 defeat to Swansea City was arguably the low point of an otherwise encouraging start on their return to the Premier League.
Owners have grand plans for new MLS club in LA

Owners have grand plans for new MLS club in LALOS ANGELES (AP) -- - Henry Nguyen and Peter Guber envision their new Major League Soccer team taking the field somewhere in the Los Angeles area in early 2017 in a sparkling new stadium filled with roaring fans. Nguyen, Guber and their partners in the tentatively named Los Angeles Football Club are confident they have the passion - and the deep pockets - necessary to realize all of these dreams before they take the field. The LAFC ownership group and MLS Commissioner Don Garber held their first public event Thursday at a Hollywood studio on Sunset Boulevard, revealing a diverse lineup of businesspeople and sports luminaries eager to capitalize on soccer's ever-growing North American profile with a second MLS club in the nation's second-largest city. ''We're coming in (to MLS) at a point in time where we're on a rocket ship,'' Nguyen said.


BBC news
Costa set to make Chelsea return
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho confirms striker Diego Costa will be available for Saturday's Premier League game with QPR.
Silva out of Manchester derby
Manchester City's David Silva will miss the Manchester derby and could be out for three weeks with a knee injury.
Gerrard open to move from Liverpool
Steven Gerrard says he could join another club next summer if Liverpool do not offer him a new contract.
Man United in Milan friendly talks
AC Milan are in talks with Manchester United about playing a friendly in the new year, say the Italian side.
Wenger concerned about Twitter
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admits he is concerned by his players' use of social media site Twitter, plus more.
Messi 'more skilful' than Ronaldo
Barcelona's Lionel Messi is more skilful than Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo, says former England boss Fabio Capello.