Consolidados Grande SP 12/11/2016

AUDIÊNCIAS DE 12/11/2016

Programa de Angélica repete Xuxa e perde a liderança para Pica Pau

REPRODUÇÃO/TV GLOBO

Angélica durante o Estrelas de sábado: programa teve uma das piores audiências do ano - Reprodução/TV Globo

Angélica durante o Estrelas de sábado: programa teve uma das piores audiências do ano

REDAÇÃO – Publicado em 14/11/2016, às 12h39

Exibido após o treino do GP Brasil de Fórmula 1, o Estrela teve sábado (12) uma das piores audiências do ano. Registrou média de 8,0 pontos, contra 8,1 da Record no horário. No confronto com o desenho Pica Pau, o programa de Angélica repetiu o ocorrido com Xuxa em 2012 e perdeu por 8,7 a 7,5 na Grande São Paulo. A atração, que teve 10,7 pontos de média nos quatro sábados anteriores, mostrou o ginasta Diego Hypolito pulando de trampolim

Média do dia (7h/0h): 12,7
Via Brasil 4,9
Como Será?  6,7
É de Casa 7,9
SP TV 1ª Edição 12,0
Globo Esporte 13,5
Jornal Hoje 14,0
GP do Brasil de Fórmula 1 – Treino 9,5
Estrelas 8,0
Caldeirão do Huck 12,7
Sol Nascente 18,7
SP TV 2ª Edição 21,4
Rock Story 22,0
Jornal Nacional 23,3
A Lei do Amor 22,5
Zorra 16,8
Altas Horas (22h48/23h51) 11,6
Altas Horas (23h52/0h39) 9,7
Zero 1 7,9
Supercine: Roubo à Máfia 6,9
Corujão 1: Corpo Fechado 4,5
Corujão 2: Homens Brancos Não Sabem Enterrar 3,8
Média do dia (7h/0h): 6,0
Fala Brasil 4,1
Esporte Fantástico 4,5
Escola do Amor 2,6
Record Kids 6,1
Cine Aventura 6,7
Cidade Alerta 6,7
Jornal da Record 7,4
Programa da Sabrina 8,8
Legendários 7,1
Fala que Eu te Escuto 2,4
Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus 0,7
Média do dia (7h/0h): 5,9
Chaves 2,4
Sábado Animado 4,2
Parque Patati Patatá 6,5
Mundo Disney 6,0
Kenan e Kel 6,4
Programa Raul Gil 6,6
Chaves 5,3
Duelo de Mães 5,2
SBT Brasil 5,0
Esquadrão da Moda 6,6
Hell’s Kitchen – Cozinha Sob Pressão 6,9
Sabadão 6,0
Cine Belas Artes: Michael Jackson’s This Is It 2,7
SBT Notícias 1,9
Média do dia (7h/0h): 1,5
Boletim Liga dos Campeões 0,5
Vídeos Incríveis 0,7
Basquete Brasil 0,3
Vídeos Incríveis 0,7
Brasil Urgente – rede 2,7
Brasil Urgente – local 3,9
Jornal da Band 3,7
Ezel 2,9
Sila: Prisioneira do Amor 2,5
Top Cine: Guerra Urbana 2,9
Show Business 1,0
Cinema na Madrugada 1: O Guardião 3 0,5
Cinema na Madrugada 2: A Espada do Dragão Branco 0,2
Média do dia (7h/0h): 0,8
Superliga Feminina de Vôlei 0,5
Superfaixa do Esporte 0,5
Campeonado Brasileiro Série B 1,3
Ritmo Brasil 0,7
Amaury Jr. 0,6
RedeTV! News 1,3
Operação de Risco 2,5
Mega Senha 2,4

Fonte: Emissoras

Cada ponto equivale a 69,4 mil domicílios na Grande SP

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Consolidados Grande SP 11/11/2016

AUDIÊNCIAS DE 11/11/2016
Com A Usurpadora, ibope do Fofocando
cai 20% em uma semana

REPRODUÇÃO/SBT

Mamma Bruschetta no Fofocando da última sexta (11), que marcou 4,4 pontos na Grande SP - Reprodução/SBT

Mamma Bruschetta no Fofocando da última sexta (11), que marcou 4,4 pontos na Grande SP
REDAÇÃO – Publicado em 14/11/2016, às 12h09

A estratégia do SBT de exibir a sétima reprise de A Usurpadora para alavancar o programa Fofocando não deu certo. A novela mexicana derrubou a audiência da faixa das 13h às 14h15, antes ocupada por desenhos, e prejudicou a revista de fofocas. Na semana passada, o dramalhão marcou média 4,2 pontos. O Fofocando, que vinha dando médias acima de 5,5 pontos, caiu para 4,5. A ideia era que haveria uma menor troca de público entre a novela e o Fofocando _mas parte do público sumiu

Média do dia (7h/0h): 13,7
Bom Dia São Paulo
10,3
Bom Dia Brasil 10,4
Mais Você 7,2
Bem Estar 6,1
Encontro 7,0
SP TV 1ª Edição 12,2
Globo Esporte 10,9
Jornal Hoje 11,3
Vídeo Show 8,9
Sessão da Tarde: Grande Menina, Pequena Mulher 9,8
Cheias de Charme 15,1
Malhação 16,7
Sol Nascente 19,0
SP TV 2ª Edição 22,0
Rock Story 23,0
Jornal Nacional 24,5
A Lei do Amor 23,7
Globo Repórter 21,6
Lista Negra 12,2
Jornal da Globo 8,8
Programa do Jô 7,2
Revenge 5,4
Corujão 1: Caos 4,4
Corujão 2: Maria – Uma Missão de Amor 3,4

Média do dia (7h/0h): 7,4
Balanço Geral Manhã
3,4
SP no Ar 6,5
Fala Brasil 5,7
Hoje em Dia 4,0
Balanço Geral SP 8,1
Amor e Intrigas 6,4
Vidas em Jogo 4,9
Cidade Alerta 7,6
Escrava Mãe 9,9
A Terra Prometida 13,0
Jornal da Record 9,0
Super Tela: A Era do Gelo 2 7,9
A Nova Supermáquina 4,7
Fala que Eu te Escuto 2,2
Igreja Universal do Reino de Deus 0,8

Média do dia (7h/0h): 6,1
Primeiro Impacto – de 6h a 6h59 2,2
Primeiro Impacto – de 7h a 7h59 2,4
Carrossel Animado 3,1
Mundo Disney 4,2
Bom Dia & Cia 6,0
A Usurpadora 4,2
Fofocando 4,4
Casos de Família 6,0
Mar de Amor 7,4
Lágrimas de Amor 7,0
A Gata 7,4
SBT Brasil 5,8
Cúmplices de um Resgate 9,4
Chiquititas 10,2
Programa do Ratinho 9,0
Tela de Sucessos – O Exterminador do Futuro: A Salvação 6,3
The Noite 4,5
Jornal do SBT 3,4
SBT Notícias 2,3

Média do dia (7h/0h): 2,3
Band News 0,3
Café com Jornal 0,8
Dia a Dia 0,6
Os Simpsons
0,9
Jogo Aberto 3,6
Os Donos da Bola 2,8
Game Phone 0,8
Brasil Urgente – rede 3,5
Brasil Urgente – local 4,0
Jornal da Band 4,0
Ezel 2,2
Sila: Prisioneira do Amor 1,9
Pânico na Band (reprise) 2,2
O Mundo Segundo os Brasileiros 2,2
Jornal da Noite 1,4
Os Simpsons 0,9

Média do dia (7h/0h): 0,7
Tá Sabendo? 0,3
Melhor pra Você 0,9
A Tarde É Sua 2,0
Master Game 0,1
RedeTV! News 0,7
TV Fama 1,1
Mariana Godoy Entrevista 1,1
Leitura Dinâmica 0,7
Amaury Jr. 0,5
Fonte: Emissoras

Cada ponto equivale a 69,4 mil domicílios na Grande SP

 

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Russia 2018 Asian Qualifiers Third Round: United Arab Emirates v Iraq preview

Abu Dhabi: The United Arab Emirates and Iraq meet in a must-win game for both sides as Mahdi Ali’s side seek to bounce back from their loss against Saudi Arabia while the Iraqis aim to build on their win over Thailand on Matchday Four.

Potential Line-ups

•      UAE coach Mahdi Ali is hoping his side can make the most of home field advantage as they aim to put their qualifying campaign back on track.
•      Iraq coach Rahdi Shenaisal confident his team can turn good performances into positive results after mixed start to qualifying tournament
•      UAE go into the game off the back of a 2-0 win over Bahrain on Wednesday played behind closed doors, with goals from Ismail Mattar and Walid Abbas.
•      Iraq were held to a 0-0 draw with Jordan in a friendly match in Amman last week.

Match Details
Date: 15 November 2016 (Tuesday)
Kickoff time: 7:20pm UTC, 3:20pm GMT
Venue: Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi
Referee: Ilgiz Tantashev (Uzbekistan)

Coach Quotes

Mahdi Ali, UAE

“All the players are ready for the match, which is very important for us in order to remain in contention in such a difficult group. We know that a win is very important in order to make a good comeback after the defeat against Saudi Arabia and it will be a difficult match.

“We should try to take advantage of playing at home and in front of our fans. We should be calm and have good concentration, especially in the small details that will be the difference between the two teams.”

Radhi Shenaishil, Iraq

“We are in a difficult situation as we must avoid dropping points and we need to win against UAE if we want to maintain our chance in the group. We had good performances in the previous matches but we were not lucky to avoid defeat.

“We are ready for the match tomorrow and if we play with the same good performance that we had in the previous matches, I’m confident that we can get a good result. We respect our opponents, who have improved a lot in the recent years but we are a good side as well and our players have good experience.”

Head to Head Record
30/01/15 Iraq 2-3 UAE
21/11/14 UAE 2-0 Iraq
19/01/13 UAE 2-1 Iraq
16/01/11 UAE 0-1 Iraq
24/11/10 Iraq 0-0 UAE

Form
UAE: LWLWL
Iraq: DLLLW

How they fared on MD4
Saudi Arabia 3-0 United Arab Emirates
Three goals in the final 17 minutes earned Saudi Arabia a third win four games as Bert van Marwijk’s side moved to the top of the Group B standings, while the UAE’s second defeat in three games leaves Mahdi Ali and his team in difficulty.

Iraq 4-0 Thailand
Mohannad Abdulraheem scored all four goals as Iraq claimed their first win of the final phase of qualifying for Russia 2018 against a Thailand team reduced to eight men for the dying minutes due to Korawit Narmwiset’s red card and a series of injuries for Kiatisuk Senamuang’s luckless side.

Photos: Lagardère Sports

Asian Football Confederation Website

Russia 2018 Asian Qualifiers Third Round: Syria v Islamic Republic Iran preview

Seremban: Group A leaders Islamic Republic of Iran are hoping to extend their Russia 2018 Asian Qualifying Third Round unbeaten streak as they take on Syria, a team that has caused problems against the likes of Korea Republic and China PR so far.

  • Syria coach Ayman Hakeem believes that a good game plan will be key to unlocking a well-organised Iranian defence. Consistency is the key for Iranian coach Carlos Queiroz, as the Portuguese tactician looks to keep things tight at the back while winning games.
  • IR Iran are missing rumoured Liverpool target Sardar Azmoun as well as midfielder Ehsan Hajsafi through suspension.
  • Winger Mahmoud Al Mawas is the only Syrian player to have scored in this round of qualifying, in a 1-0 win over China on Matchday Three.
  • IR Iran’s unbeaten streak goes back an incredible 18 games; their last defeat was a 3-1 loss to Sweden in April 2015.

Match Details
Date: 15 November 2016 (Tuesday)
Kickoff time: 8:00pm MYT, 12:00pm GMT
Venue: Stadium Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Seremban
Referee: Ali Sabah Al Qaysi (Iraq)

Coach Quotes

Ayman Hakeem, Syria
“This is a very difficult game. Iran is a strong team and in very good form at the moment. We can see that it is not easy to score goals against them, as they are well-organised.

“We need to keep to our game plan and then we can get a good result. We will have to be at our best and work hard for each other. All these games in this stage are very difficult but we have shown that we have our own strengths too and we have managed to produce some good results”

Carlos Queiroz, IR Iran
“From a tactical aspect, it is not easy to come and play in Malaysia but in respect to Syria, we are here to win. So far we have collected ten points in four games and that is a good start. We have scored four goals in those games and while that is not ideal, it is because of the strength or our opponents.

“If we can keep scoring one or two goals in every match and not concede then I will be happy. All games at this stage are difficult and intense and this is a big responsibility for a coach. We have to play against good teams like Syria and always perform to our best but then on the other hand, we know that Iran are tough opponents for other teams in the group too.”

Head to Head Record
15/06/08 Syria 0-2 IR Iran
06/02/08 IR Iran 0-0 Syria
07/09/06 Syria 0-2 IR Iran
16/08/06 IR Iran 1-1 Syria

Form
Syria: LDWLW
IR Iran: WDWWW

How they fared on MD4
Qatar 1-0 Syria
Hasan Al Haydos scored from the spot as Qatar eked out a narrow 1-0 win over Syria in Doha. Omar Khribin almost saved a point for the visitors, but his strike came back off the woodwork five minutes from time as Syria were unable to capitalise on a 1-0 win over China on Matchday Four.

IR Iran 1-0 Korea Republic
Sardar Azmoun scored the only goal of the game as IR Iran maintained their unbeaten Group A record with a 1-0 win over Korea Republic in Tehran. The 21-year-old Rostov forward netted in the 25th minute as Queiroz’s side dominated against an off-colour Taeguk Warriors in front of a 70,000 crowd at Azadi Stadium.

Photos: Lagardère Sports

Asian Football Confederation

Russia 2018 Asian Qualifiers Third Round: China v Qatar preview

Kunming: After arresting a run of three straight defeats with a win over Syria on Matchday Four, Qatar travel to Group A’s bottom-placed side China, who will be hoping that the appointment of FIFA World Cup-winning coach Marcello Lippi will be the catalyst for an upturn in fortunes.

Potential Line-ups

  • China coach Marcello Lippi admits his side are in a difficult predicament and need a miracle to make Russia 2018.
  • Mental strength is the key to victory against China and Lippi says Qatar coach Jorge Fossati.
  • Defender Zhang Linpeng returns from a one match ban while China icon Zheng Zhi is recalled to the side having been left out of the last two fixtures under former coach Gao Hongbo.
  • Disciplinary problems see Qatar without four players through suspension as Abdelkarim Hassan, Meshaal Abdulla, Khaled Muftah and Ahmed Yasser all miss out.
  • This is set to be Marcello Lippi’s first match as a national team coach since Italy were defeated 3-2 by Slovakia on June 24, 2010 at the FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

Match Details
Date: 15 November 2016 (Tuesday)
Kickoff time: 7:35pm CST, 11:35am GMT
Venue: Tuodong Stadium, Kunming
Referee: Mohanad Qasim (Iraq)

Coach Quotes

Marcello Lippi, China
“I am very glad to be back here to start a new journey. It will be a very difficult mission for me to lead this team to qualify to the 2018 FIFA World Cup and we have a tough road ahead.

“We are at the bottom of the group and we need points and we only have one at the moment. It is extremely difficult; our qualification is only theoretically alive now. Our work should focus on long-term development. Of course if we can make it to Russia, it will be a great thing, but if we can’t, we should think about the future.

“Qatar is a good team. They changed the head coach recently, and their new coach is an outstanding one. He knows their players and football very well. They have great passion because they will host the World Cup soon. But their quality is no less than their passion.”

Jorge Fossati, Qatar
“I believe mental strength will be the most important factor in the result on Tuesday. Our players will show their best fighting spirit as it will be a difficult game, for both sides. We are here with big self-confidence and with all our efforts we are expecting a win.

“Lippi is a great coach with great coaching experiences and he will no doubt change the team, but I don’t think he would be able to do much in a very short time. I know Chinese players well and I don’t think there would be any in their side that we haven’t prepared for.

“I respect Marcello Lippi very much, but the match is between China and Qatar, not between me and Lippi. The players will decide the match.”

Head to Head Record
29/03/16 China 2-0 Qatar
09/10/15 Qatar 1-0 China
13/01/11 China 0-2 Qatar
07/06/08 China 0-1 Qatar
03/06/08 Qatar 0-0 China

Form
China: LLDLL
Qatar: WLLLW

How they fared on MD4
Uzbekistan 2-0 China
A dominant performance from Uzbekistan saw second-half goals from Marat Bikmaev and Otabek Shukurov condemn China to last place in Group A and triggered the resignation of under-pressure coach Gao Hongbo.

Qatar 1-0 Syria
Hasan Al Haydos scored from the penalty spot as Qatar dominated for long spells to earn their first points of the FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 Asian qualifying campaign to leapfrog China into fifth place in the Group A standings and keep their slim hopes of qualification alive.

Photos: Lagardère Sports

Asian Football Confederation Website

Russia 2018 Asian Qualifiers Third Round: Japan v Saudi Arabia preview

Saitama: A key clash on the Road to Russia as table-topping Saudi Arabia, three points clear of third-placed Japan, look to cement their lead atop the Group B standings whilst the hosts will be desperate to bank maximum points in their third to last home match of the campaign.

Potential Line-ups 

  • Japan must avoid falling into the ‘traps’ that Saudi Arabia will set according to coach Vahid Halilhodzic.
  • Saudi Arabia coach Bert van Marwijk believes that Japan face the greater challenge on their home turf.
  • There are injury and fitness doubts over several of the Japanese players, headlined by Shinji Kagawa and Yuto Nagatomo.
  • Saudi Arabia goalkeeper Yasser Al Mosailem was injured playing for his club and is likely to be ruled out.
  • The last time the sides met was during the 2011 AFC Asian Cup where Japan defeated Saudi Arabia 5-0 in the group stage en route to winning the title.

Match Details 
Date: 15 November 2016 (Tuesday)
Kickoff time: 7:35pm JST, 10:35am GMT
Venue: Saitama Stadium 2002, Saitama
Referee: Muhammad Taqi (Singapore)

Coach Quotes 

Vahid Halilhodzic, Japan
“You don’t need so many philosophies in regards to this match; we’ll just do everything to win and although we know it’s difficult we’ve been working hard for that goal. I’ve said repeatedly that I want the players to play more at their club teams as they’re not robots and can’t play at the same level for the national team if they’re not performing for their clubs.

“We need to control things in this match through hard work with a strong commitment and concentration and be sure not to make too many fouls but still use all the techniques in football – the last few years Japan hasn’t been able to do this and Saudi Arabia has.”

Bert van Marwijk, Saudi Arabia  
“We are looking forward to this game, tomorrow we play against the big favourite in this group but we’re prepared and have a lot of confidence ourselves because we can also play football very well.

“We always play to win, we try to play the same everywhere, whether in Saudi Arabia or abroad so it makes no difference to be here in Japan and while we know the quality of Japan I think they also know our qualities.”

Head to Head Record
17/01/11 Saudi Arabia 0-5 Japan
25/07/07 Japan 2-3 Saudi Arabia
15/11/06 Japan 3-1 Saudi Arabia
04/09/06 Saudi Arabia 1-0 Japan

Form
Japan: WWLWD
Saudi Arabia: WWWDW

How they fared on MD4
Australia 1-1 Japan 
A goal apiece ensured the two Asian heavyweights would share the spoils in Melbourne as Australia extended their unbeaten run after Mile Jedinak’s second half penalty cancelled out Genki Haraguchi’s early opener.

Saudi Arabia 3-0 United Arab Emirates
Substitute Fahad Al Muwallad scored a spectacular volley as unbeaten Saudi Arabia netted three in the final 20 minutes to claim a 3-0 victory over United Arab Emirates and top the Group B standings.

Photos: Lagardère Sports

Asian Football Confederation