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- 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.
- FA Cup: Who Will Win This Year’s Competition? Continue reading →
The FA Cup is England’s oldest and most prestigious club competition and we are now down to the semi-finals stage.
Four teams — Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea and Southampton — will now compete for the opportunity to lift the trophy in May’s showpiece at Wembley Stadium.
The semi-final draw is now done and we’ve looked at the two fixtures – as well as previewing a possible final.
- Parker Underdog for Heavyweight Unification Clash with Joshua Continue reading →
WBO heavyweight champion Joseph Parker won his last fight on British soil, but the New Zealander has it all to do if he’s to unify his world title with the IBF, IBO and WBA super belts on March 31.
Parker, 26, enters the ring in Cardiff’s Principality Stadium this spring as the outsider to end the streak of fellow unbeaten pro boxer Anthony Joshua.
- No English Player on Arsenal for 155th Time Continue reading →
Arsenal holds the record for being the team that has started Premier League games the most times without having even one English player on the squad. For the 155th time, the team took the field without an English player, placing them at the top of the list for teams that are lacking Englishmen on the squads. In fact, Arsenal has played 129 games more than any other team that is also lacking English representation on the field. While they are not the only team in the league to not have any English starters, they are the team that has played the most games without a single Englishman on the pitch.
- UEFA Champions League 2017-2018 Top Four Favourites Continue reading →
This season’s UEFA Champions League group stage is almost done and dusted, most of the big teams have already secured their passage to the first knockout round. This would be a good moment to think about placing a bet on the outright winner market as we have already seen the teams in action in five Champions League matches, along with their domestic league games. Let’s have a look at the top five favourites to win this season’s competition, according to the bookmakers.