Episode 16: River’s title challenge, Fabbiani’s double, Racing’s clásico win & more

21 Apr

In the sixteenth episode of Hand Of Pod, Sam, Dan and Dan discuss the weekend’s footballing action in Argentina, which included a hat trick at La Bombonera from a visiting forward you may never have heard of, a double strike from – are you sitting down? – Cristian ‘Fat Fab’ Fabbiani, and of course the clásico de Avellaneda which we previewed last week, and which was won 2-0 by Racing. We also talk about whether River can sustain their title challenge (Vélez won the game in hand 2-0 to move top just before this episode went online) and discuss the pointlessness or otherwise of the ‘local national team’, who played a 2-2 draw with Ecuador shortly before this episode was uploaded.

As usual, Mystic Dan’s predictions are below the ‘Continue Reading’ line, and don’t forget you can subscribe on iTunes if you so wish.

Mystic Dan’s round 11 predictions
Newell’s vs Banfield
Independiente vs All Boys
Estudiantes vs Colón
Vélez vs Quilmes
River vs Godoy Cruz
Arsenal vs Gimnasia
Tigre vs San Lorenzo
Huracán vs Boca
Argentinos vs Racing
Lanús vs Olimpo

As ever, teams in bold are Dan’s predicted victors.

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  1. Hand Of Pod episode 16: Episode 16: River’s title challenge, Fabbiani’s double, Racing’s clásico win & more | Hasta El Gol Siempre - 23 April, 2011

    […] usual, Mystic Dan’s predictions are over on the HOP blog, and don’t forget you can subscribe on iTunes if you so […]

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