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Andrew Bevan



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Posted: Sat May 02, 2009 8:10 am    Post subject: Football predictions May 2009 Reply with quote

May is an extrodinary month. On the one hand there are so many finals, mainly in the Cups. On the other hand, som many league contests have come to an end - and some of the remaining games seem virtually pointless.

Does Leicester, who are ready for the Championship next season, have anything to gain from beating Crewe in today's game? Millwall might feel like saving themselves against Carlisle today, in view of a forthcoming play-off. Carlisle have more to gain from a home victory in there fight to avoid descending to League 1.

Arsenal will be saving themselves against Portsmouth, due to the return match against ManU in the Champions League on firstcoming Tuesday. However, Chelsea will know that Newcastle are flat out against Liverpool on Sunday, and although the chances of Newcastle beating Liverpool at home are slim, Chelsea may be obliged to go for a win today, eyeing the slim possibility of capturing the 2nd place in the Premiership, something that appears to be a theoretical possibility only.

Do such issues influence the outfall of todays matches? If a game relates to a larger context, then surely we should be looking for something that lies beyond the mere event chart?
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Posted: Sat May 02, 2009 10:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Middlesbrough - ManU, 12.45 BST
Asc 23LE19 MC 7TA45 Moon 20LE18 POF 1SG25
Day of Saturn, Hour of Mercury - Not radical. Move the result away from the favourite who is ManU? The Sun, L1, is applying to the trine of Saturn, L7. Mercury, Lord of Hour, opposing POF.

It seems very unlikey ManU giving up point in this match from a sporting point of view, unless they forward their reserve team. However, from an astrological perspective - is there any indication of the unexpected? Maybe a draw?
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Posted: Sat May 02, 2009 10:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Arsenal will be saving themselves against Portsmouth, due to the return match against ManU in the Champions League on firstcoming Tuesday.


Sir Alex Ferguson, envious of Arsene Wenger being able to rest his players today for Tuesday, said: 'They can play Pat Rice at right-back and Arsene himself at centre-forward on Saturday'.

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Do such issues influence the outfall of todays matches?

I wouldn't judge event charts in such cases.

While typing the above, Andrew's latest post has appeared:

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It seems very unlikey ManU giving up point in this match from a sporting point of view, unless they forward their reserve team. However, from an astrological perspective - is there any indication of the unexpected? Maybe a draw?


ManU cannot afford to field the strongest team today but I don't think there are testimonies strong enough for Boro to upset ManU (hopefully) but of course as always with football, you never know!


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Posted: Sat May 02, 2009 11:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well, the Sporting Life tipster has gone for Fulham to beat Chelsea and Boro to beat ManU. I suppose the big prices are very tempting. The BBC pundit has gone for Portsmouth to beat Arsenal. I don't really think the charts support these outcomes but we shall see.

It will be interesting to see what team Ferguson puts out. With Liverpool hot on their heels, they can't afford to drop points even though they have a game in hand. Boro have beaten ManU at the Riverside in the past and last year it was a 2-2 draw (L1 trine POF).

I don't see anything for Boro in this chart. Yes, it's non-radical but Jupiter sitting on the Desc catches the eye. I think this should swing it for ManU. It's very difficult to imagine them not winning.
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Posted: Sun May 03, 2009 7:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Middlesbrough - ManU 0-2
Yes, Ficina, I did see Jupiter on the Descendant, but I wanted to see what the lack of radicality would stand up for. It is possible that one testimony alone does it for the favourite. However, I was looking for soemthing more evident. Hmm... Confused

Birmingham have a difficult but very important away game today against Reading. If they win this one they are ready for the Premiership. All Championship games start at 13.15 BST, so there are few specifics - but the Moon in Virgo (Birmingham) could prove the day to be one of celebration for the blues. So I hope! Smile
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Posted: Sun May 03, 2009 8:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sunderland - Everton, 16.00 BST
Asc 26VI49 MC 25GE41 Moon 5VI55 POF 19CP26
Odds: 2,50 3,25 2,70
Day and Hour of the Sun - not radical. Mercury, L10, applies sextile to Venus in the 7th. Venus casts antiscia to the asc, but my bet is with the guests.

My gamble for today. Everton beating Sunderland in the Premiership. Wolves and B'ham winning in the Championship. Total odds 13,39:1. Leery
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Posted: Sun May 03, 2009 10:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree that Sunderland won't win but had difficulty deciding between a draw and a loss. I could only find one testimony for Everton in the chart, Moon sextile antiscion Jupiter L7. This is very minor but for lack of anything else it could be significant, especially as Sunderland are only marginal faves and there is nothing for them in the chart. Transiting Sun is conjunct Everton's natal Mars. I think this should be enough for them to win, given the disparity between the sides.

I've had a look at the charts for the two key Championship games and they are totally nothingy. So going by 'default outcomes', my suggestion is that Birmingham will draw with Reading, and Sheffield Utd will beat Palace, thereby pipping Brum to the automatic promotion spot.
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Posted: Sun May 03, 2009 11:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree with everything Ficina wrote about Sunderland-Everton above and the Championship charts being 'totally nothingy' Smile
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Posted: Sun May 03, 2009 2:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

BIRMIINGHAAAAAM! Lala Happy Thumbs up

Birmingham advances to the Premiership with Wolves!
How well they perform with the Moon in Virgo!

Reading - B'ham 1-2
Wolves - Doncaster 1-0

Now an Everton victory is all I ask for! Cool
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Posted: Sun May 03, 2009 2:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well done, Andrew Thumbs up

I very nearly changed my prediction to a draw, but didn't, so come on Everton! Just the one goal will do Smile
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Posted: Sun May 03, 2009 4:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

EVERTONNNN! Lala Happy Lala Happy Lala Happy

Sunderland - Everton 0-2 Very Happy

Big Win! Thumbs up
Put 20 on the triplet - with the total odds at 13,39
The return added up to 267,80 !!

The party's at my place! Drinks on me! Cool
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Posted: Sun May 03, 2009 5:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

OK - Party over! Back to the board!

There is a very interesting chart for this evening:
Bordeaux - Sochaux, 21.00 CST
Asc 12SC36 MC 23LE58 Moon 8VI12 POF 7PI19
Odds: 1,33 4,50 10,00
The Day of the Sun and Hour of the Moon - radical, since the Moon has the same powers as the sign on the ascendant.

Bordeaux are absolute favourites and trailing in 2nd position in the French Le Championnat. Sochaux are struggling to survive. But look at the chart: Sun, L10, is on the 7th and Jupiter is on the IC. The Moon in the 10th is opposite POF (the underdog). I am staying away from this one, but from a technical perspective it is full of exciting details.
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Posted: Sun May 03, 2009 9:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Couldn't help myself. Went for another triplet.

Norwegian tippeliga:
Rosenborg - Fredrikstad, 20.00 CST Trondheim
Asc 0SC12 MC 19LE45 Moon 7VI38 POF 23AQ23
Noticing that POF was conj JU 24AQ16, I went for the favourite Rosenborg at odds 1,45:1
Rosenborg won the game 1-0

French Le Championnat:
Bordeaux - Sochaux, 21.00 CST
Details in previous post. Seeing that the Sun, L10, being Lord of the Day and a luminary, sitting on an angle, I took the chart for radical and went for the favourite at odds 1,30:1.
Bordeaux beat Sochaux 3-0.

Portugal Superliga:
Maritimo - Porto, 21.15 CST
Asc 6SC55 MC 11LE11 Moon 8VI20 POF 1PI45
The Sun, L10, in the 7th trine Saturn. Mercury in own sign square POF through signs of short ascension. Porto were guests priced at 1,55:1.
Martimo were defeated by Porto 0-3.

Total odds 2,92:1 was another winner.
6 games out of 6! It is as if the Sun's trine to Saturn helped predictability. The Betties must have had a terrible weekend. Tongue Out
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Posted: Sun May 03, 2009 9:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

While many of the weekend's games seemed to go as expected for the favourites, watch up for Monday's game. If astrology is anything to go by, there could be some interesting opportunities in the making.

Let's first look at a game in the Danish SAS Ligaen:
OB Odense - AGF, 19.00 CST
Odds: 1,45 4,15 8,25
Asc 25LI25 MC 5AR43 Moon 20VI36 POF 1PI38
Day of the Moon, Hour of Mars. The Lord of the hour and the Lady of the Ascendant are in the same sign - radical, but the Lord of the hour rules the Descendant. Luna casts her antiscia to Mars, L7. The Moon's South Node at 4LE25 conj the Midheaven is not good for the favourite and home team. Consider the odds. AGF have been playing well of late. A double chance of either a draw or an away win is priced at 2,80:1. I am tempted to go for the underdog at 8,25:1.

The Premiership:
AstonVilla - Hull , 20.00 BST
Odds: 1,50 3,75 7,00
Asc 8SC45 MC 23LE35 Moon 21VI43 POF 16PI02
Day of Moon, Hour of Sun - radical, same powers as Lord of Ascendant.
Sun, L10+LHR, is in the 7th applying to trine Saturn, L4. Jupiter at 24AQ24 sits on the IC. POF is opposite Saturn, L4. Here we could have another underdog. Hull are screaming for points to stay clear of the bottom three. However, I think radicality will save Villa who haven't won for 13 games. A draw is possible.

Bluesquare:
Cambridge - Stevenage, 12.00 BST
Odds: 1,90 3,40 3,40
Asc 16LE37 MC 29AR40 Moon 17VI14 POF 19SG43
Day of the Moon, Hour of Venus - not radical moves the result away from the favourite. The Sun, L1, is trine Saturn, L7. The Midheaven in the 30th degree lacks definity. This could be another draw.

Histon - Torquay, 17.30 BST
Odds: 2,40 3,20 2,60
Asc 11LI59 MC 16CN04 Moon 20VI19 POF 17AQ57
Played in the hour of Jupiter. The Moon, L10, casts her antiscia to Mars, who is L7 and hangs on to the cusp of the 7th. This could go Torquay's way.

So here are four matches that all offer exciting odds and any combination has the potential of offering equally exciting returns - but do keep risk a reasonable level. Our track record is hardly perfect! Smile
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Posted: Mon May 04, 2009 7:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Andrew Bevan wrote:
Big Win! Thumbs up
Put 20 on the triplet - with the total odds at 13,39
The return added up to 267,80 !!

The party's at my place! Drinks on me! Cool


Wow Andrew! Definitely drinks on you Thumbs up

Re Villa/Hull
I'm leaning towards a draw too. Both teams are said to be stronger on the road than on home territory. The Moon opp Uranus often works against faves but here the orb may not be close enough to bring defeat to Villa, especially when the anti-Venus(Hull's sig) is oppsed by Uranus at the same time.
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