Best bets European soccer for the weekend
Europe’s top five soccer leagues are all in action this weekend and several teams over the pond are battling for glory. Here we run through some of the games that offer the best value:Read More
Soccer best value picks for the weekend
All of Europe’s leading sides are in action this weekend as the race to win the Premiership, La Liga, Serie A and the Bundesliga resumes. Of the four the English Premiership looks to have the most interesting betting options, but there are a few in the other leagues that offer value. Here we run through some of the most intriguing games set to take place:Read More
Monday October 10th – World Cup Qualifier – Value Bets
The World Cup Qualifier presents some interesting games for this Monday. Don’t miss our coverage with all the best lines for the day.
In total, we’ve found four value bets for this Monday. Starting with the clash of the day with Netherlands vs France and ending with the surprising Faroe Islands hosting Portugal.
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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE MATCHES
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE MATCHES
The Champions League group stages are less than two weeks away and the draw has handed out some mouthwatering ties and also some fantastic bets.
The two biggest games on the opening night – Tuesday, September 12th – both feature British sides with the highlight of the evening Premier League giants Arsenal’s trip to Paris to face a new-look PSG at the Parc des Princes. The Gunners’ have had a mixed start to the new Premier League season, but with manager Arsene Wenger finally spending some of the millions in the Emirates bank account, they will go into the Champions League in confident mood. Wenger has spent £92 million in the transfer window with the marquee signings of striker Lucas Perez and German international defender Shkodran Mustafi brought in on the transfer deadline day eve and that should give the squad some extra impetus and the 4.50 on a Gunners’ win in Paris looks very tempting and mightn’t be around on the night of the match.
It’s was all change in the French capital in the summer with Unai Emery arriving to replace Laurent Blanc and star-man Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s exit to Manchester United. Emery has brought in four new faces with their big summer signing Jese from Real Madrid, but from the evidence of their 3-1 defeat at Monaco in Ligue 1 they’ve got a tough job on their hands domestically and they can forget any chance of European success and odds of 1.75 to beat Arsenal look far too short.
The other big game on the opening night is when Celtic travel to the Camp Nou to take on tournament favourites Barcelona.
The Scottish champions haven’t won away from Glasgow in their three qualification away games with the major embarrassment a 1-0 defeat against Lincoln the part-timers of Gibraltar.
This could be very one-sided and odds of 41.00 on a Celtic win with Coral doesn’t tempt me at all and Barcelona -2 goals at 1.66 with Paddy Power looks the sensible option.
On Wednesday, September 13th Premier League champions Leicester make their Champions League debut in Group G with a straight forward visit to Brugge.
The Foxes’ couldn’t have hoped for an easier group with Porto, Brugges and FC Copenhagen their opponents and they look a decent bet to win in Belgium at 2.55 with Sportingbet.
The night’s big game is in Turin where Juventus host Europa League holders Sevilla.
I am expecting big things from “the old lady” in this year’s Champions League and despite Paul Pogba leaving for Old Trafford the signings of Gonzalo Higuain and Dani Alves, look great replacements and could be the missing pieces of the jigsaw for The Bianconeri.
Coach Massimiliano Allegri knows that he’s got the most formidable defence in Europe and now with the goals from Higuain on his side, not only does the 1.70 with Marathonbet look a big price for them to start their campaign with a win so does the 13.0 with a number of firms on them ending it as champions of Europe for a third time.
NFL—Cincinnati Bengals at Detroit Lions: Odds Focus, Preview, Prediction and Picks
The Detroit Lions lost WR Calvin Johnson to retirement in the Offseason but the team still has a number of weapons on Offense and we’ll see them at work here against the Cincinnati Bengals. Let’s look at how these two teams did in Preseason Week 1, who may get the lion’s share of the time at QB and what are the little things that may make end up making one side a better pick here at Ford Field in the Motor City on Thursday night in Preseason Week 2.Read More
2016 Summer Olympics—Who is the Fastest Woman in the World?
Whereas Men’s sprinter Usain Bolt has become a household name over the last decade through his record-breaking success in the 100 Meters and 200 Meters sprint events in the Olympics and other prestigious Track and Field meets, seldom do the fastest Women in the world get the spotlight shone on them. With the Women’s 200m and 100m coming up next week on Wednesday and Thursday respectively, let’s take a last look at the top favorites in these events and see if fading both 100m- and 200m-favorite Dafne Schippers from the Netherlands at the betting windows is worth the while.Read More
EPL—How to Bet Futures to Get Early Value
The English Premier League is just 5 days away so let’s take a look at the highest Futures Book odds for the Relegation, Relegation Treble and Top Goalscorer marketplaces and provide a bunch of logical, value-perceived Outright picks for those Futures Book markets as well as making a short-shot and longshot pick from the Winner market for our Sportsbook Review website’s Soccer faithful.Read More
NFL—Ranking the Divisions in Order of Difficulty
Numbers often paint a great picture for sports gamblers to use as a tool and the SU and ATS records of the NFL’s eight divisions often reveal much, but with the Offseason, teams actually moving, aging players retiring and so few quality QBs with which to work these days, the numbers are always subject to regression, Luck and the reality that some teams will simply get a little better and some teams will simply be a little worse this coming 2016/17 NFL Regular Season. Let’s look at last season’s SU and ATS rankings for the NFL’s two divisions and try to theorize where some improvement may lie as well as make some AFC and NFC Divisional Futures Book picks before the Preseason kicks off on Sunday with the annual Hall of Fame Game between the Packers and Colts in Canton, Ohio.Read More
Olympics Athletics Women Betting Preview
A lot of the focus has been on superstars like Usain Bolt, Justin Gatlin and Mo Farah in the build up to the Olympic Games, but the women’s athletics draw is also packed full of star names and offers plenty of intriguing betting options. There has been a lot of controversy during the countdown to the Rio Games as Russia have faced doping bans and stars have vowed to stay away in fear of the Zika virus. But that has hit other sports more than athletics, and the lineup for key events is looking extremely strong.Read More
English Premier League—Futures Book Outrights Odds Update
The English Premier League kicks off in two weeks so let’s take a fresh look at all the highest Futures Book odds from the Oddschecker screen which again see Raheem Sterling, David Silva and Manchester City the oddsmakers favorites this season. But city rivals Manchester United has a new Manager in José Mourinho, and a big new Swedish toy in Zlatan Ibrahimovic, so we best keep an eye on the Red Devils. Time to dive in, look at the freshest odds and make three perceived value-laden along with two longshot picks for our website’s Soccer faithful.Read More