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- Will Brazil win the next World Cup? Continue reading →
When you produce top class soccer talents, who would often assume an important role in various teams and leagues all over the world, and you do it generation after generation.
When this particular sports discipline has a unique meaning in your country, especially considering many struggles and worries it has to be dealing with. No wonder the hunger for success is strong. This is all true for Brazil.
Their national soccer team will have another chance to fight for the tile in the next World Cup 2018.
- How to Develop Intuition Making Soccer Predictions or Playing in a Casino Continue reading →
If you ever experimented with soccer predictions or playing online slots within a casino, then you know that there’s a certain inner feeling that sometimes ‘tells’ you what the right decision is.
Even though both aspects of the gambling industry usually require a strategy and careful analysis, especially in the case of the best soccer predictions, intuition also plays a big role.
If you’re interested in how you can train your intuition and increase your winning chances, as well as getting some awesome soccer predictions for today, check out these tips.
- Finding Value in the Championship Continue reading →
Whether you love it or loathe it (and most of the fans, managers, and players involved for any length of time feel an equal amount of both emotions), the Championship is a remarkable league. More and more money is pouring into England’s second tier, with foreign billionaires wanting a piece of what the EPL promises to offer and seeing clubs in the championship as the best way of achieving it.
Add to that the clubs who have recently fallen through the Premiership trapdoor, as well as the players on Premiership wages who are determined to bounce back to avoid stagnation or worse, and you have a heady mix of desperation, ambition, and good old-fashioned blood, sweat, and tears.
- Casinos Secrets Continue reading →
Nevada is the American capital of gambling and one of only four states, alongside Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, which allow any kind of bet.
The core is “Las Vegas Strip”, a boulevard of almost 7 kilometers from the city center where most luxury retreats and casinos are concentrated. And battering customers is great and often in their favor.
- What are the best bets at this year’s World Cup? Continue reading →
Russia 2018 is almost upon us and the betting frenzy will soon be in full swing. We take a look at the four bets that could net you a handsome reward this summer.
Nigeria to qualify for the knock-out stages
Group D is a real Group of Death, with Argentina and Croatia joined by Euro 2016 surprise package Iceland and little-fancied Nigeria. Whilst many will expect Argentina to win the group, and rightly so, Nigeria are unlikely to be high on anyone’s list for the last 16.
- Borussia Dortmund: The Best of the Rest In Germany? Continue reading →
Bayern Munich have been the dominant force in German football for some time. With 13 titles since the beginning of the 1998/99 campaign, the Bavarians have had a firm grip on domestic football in Germany.
This season, Jupp Heynckes’ side have been a class above their rivals once again – Bayern are 19 points clear at the top of the table.
However, the battle to finish second is fierce; three points is the difference between sixth position and second spot.
- World Cup 2018: Golden Boot Dark Horses Continue reading →
The 2018 FIFA World Cup is less than 100 days away. Fans from all four corners of the globe will be excited to see how their team fares in this summer’s competition, held in Russia for the very first time.
As of March 8th, Brazil and Germany are the market principals but Spain, France and Argentina are all well placed to challenge for the Jules Rimet Trophy.