2014 World Cup in Soccer 1/8 Final : Colombia vs Uruguay – First Card
|Game Date||Home Team||Away Team||Pick||Units||Odds||State||Invested||Return||Profit|
|06/28/2014||Colombia||Uruguay||First Card Before 34:00||5||-120||Loss||600||0||-600|
After an incident with Suarez biting Chiellini – the Uruguayans are a team that must and will be discarded from a World Cup. FIFA wants it and the fans throughout the world except those of Uruguay of course – want to see the Uruguayans going home as Fair Play is still the most important part of the soccer.
Colombia is coming out very strong after a group stage and will be ambushing the Uruguayans who finally should resort to playing soccer rather than trying to win Oscar for the best dramatic performance. Godin is the only bright spot in Uruguayan team and he plays on defense. I do not see how the Uruguayans will contain the Colombians offensively.
The game is also expected to be pretty hot one between the teams that do not really love each other historically.
Colombia head coach is Jose Peckerman who also was a coach with Argentina and knows and hates Uruguay enough to motivate his players.
|1||GK||David Ospina||31 August 1988 (aged 25)||44||Nice|
|2||DF||Cristián Zapata||30 September 1986 (aged 27)||24||Milan|
|3||DF||Mario Yepes (c)||13 January 1976 (aged 38)||98||Atalanta|
|4||DF||Santiago Arias||13 January 1992 (aged 22)||6||PSV|
|5||MF||Carlos Carbonero||25 July 1990 (aged 23)||1||River Plate|
|6||MF||Carlos Sánchez||6 February 1986 (aged 28)||44||Elche|
|7||DF||Pablo Armero||2 November 1986 (aged 27)||53||West Ham United|
|8||MF||Abel Aguilar||6 January 1985 (aged 29)||49||Toulouse|
|9||FW||Teófilo Gutiérrez||17 May 1985 (aged 29)||30||River Plate|
|10||MF||James Rodríguez||12 July 1991 (aged 22)||22||AS Monaco|
|11||MF||Juan Guillermo Cuadrado||26 May 1988 (aged 26)||28||Fiorentina|
|12||GK||Camilo Vargas||9 March 1989 (aged 25)||0||Santa Fe|
|13||MF||Fredy Guarín||30 June 1986 (aged 27)||49||Internazionale|
|14||FW||Víctor Ibarbo||19 May 1990 (aged 24)||9||Cagliari|
|15||MF||Alexander Mejía||11 July 1988 (aged 25)||8||Atlético Nacional|
|16||DF||Éder Álvarez Balanta||28 February 1993 (aged 21)||3||River Plate|
|17||FW||Carlos Bacca||8 September 1986 (aged 27)||11||Sevilla|
|18||DF||Juan Camilo Zúñiga||14 December 1985 (aged 28)||50||Napoli|
|19||FW||Adrián Ramos||22 January 1986 (aged 28)||26||Hertha BSC|
|20||MF||Juan Fernando Quintero||18 January 1993 (aged 21)||4||Porto|
|21||FW||Jackson Martínez||3 October 1986 (aged 27)||27||Porto|
|22||GK||Faryd Mondragón||21 June 1971 (aged 43)||50||Deportivo Cali|
|23||DF||Carlos Valdés||22 May 1985 (aged 29)||14||San Lorenzo|
Uruguay’s head coach is Oscar Tabarez
To sum it up – the game is going to be very tough and we are going to have the first card before 34th minute. Also, I am convinced that the Uruguayan defense will have to commit more than two card offenses.
This is a 5 Units Play
First Card of the Game before 34:00 -120