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Available World of Sports – Thursday, 4th June

Volleyball: URAL AIR FORCE VS URAL ACADEMY
Ural Academy 3-1 @ $4.60

Throughout the journey of Available World of Sports, Russia’s Ural Regional Volleyball League has been one of our most dominant sports.

With this being our last week, we’re hoping we can go out with a bang and find some serious value.

The highly-anticipated clash between Ural Air Force and Ural Academy is set to be a beauty.

Ural Air Force has hit a rough patch of form of recent losing four out of their last five.

They are also just coming off a 3-2 loss at the hands of Ural Academy and desperately need a win to get their 2020 campaign back on track. 

It hasn’t been all smooth sailing for Ural Academy.

A much-needed win over the Air Force Ural team will give them plenty of confidence – but can they back it up?

Head to Head, Air Force Ural has the ledger over the Academy winning 11-7.

However, given the missed opportunities of recent, I expect Ural Academy to get the job done in this one.

 

Table Tennis - Setka Cup -NIKOLAY KORNIYENKO VS VOLODYMYR VORONENKOV
Volodymyr Voronenkov to win Set 1 @ $2

Along with the Russian Volleyball, the Setka Cup in the Ukraine has been a staple of Available World of Sports.

We’re going to miss it and assume this tournament will never end and that the actual Setka Cup is simply a construct in our imagination.

This clash between Nifty Nikolay Korniyenko and Voluptuous Volodymyr Voronenkov is one to look forward to.

It’s been a tough run for Voluptuous Volodymyr of late.

His start of the month has seen him lose five out of his six matches.

Nifty Nikolay has been in some pretty decent form of recent.

Winning three out his last five, you always know that he’s up for the fight no matter who he is playing.

These gentlemen have met 17 times with Nifty Nikolay winning eight to Voluptuous Volodymyr’s nine.

Nifty Nikolay opens the betting the favourite, but something tells me that Voluptuous Volodymyr will come out swinging early.

Take him to win the first set for the even money.