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Betting Blog: Premier League

Betting Blog Aug 21, 2014
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1 day ago

Betting Blog: Back Liverpool to surprise Real Madrid

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol gives his take on Brendan Rodgers' comments on a struggling Mario Balotelli.

The Champions League is back with some exciting matches to look forward to -- few more so than Liverpool against Real Madrid and Bayern Munich's trip to Italy to face Roma.

Liverpool draw and Mario to score? Surely not ...

A lot has changed since Liverpool hammered Real Madrid 5-0 on aggregate in the last 16 of the 2008-09 campaign and their fans will have breathed a huge sigh of relief at the news that Gareth Bale is expected to miss Wednesday's match at Anfield. Unfortunately for them, Cristiano...

5 days ago

Betting Blog: Sturridge back among the goals & a tasty double

Daniel Sturridge is set to return to action for Liverpool this weekend -- and is 7/2 with Bet365 to score the last goal in their match at QPR.

The Premier League returns this weekend after the international break with Liverpool looking to get back in the mix towards the top and Manchester City facing a Tottenham side they thrashed 6-0 at the Etihad last season.

There's value to be had this weekend, with news of a tasty looking double as well ...

Returning hero?

Liverpool have scored just four goals in four Premier League games since Daniel Sturridge's injury while Mario Balotelli has yet to show what he's capable of and the other understudies...

Oct 13, 2014

Betting Blog: Value to be had in latest round of internationals

Belgium are hoping Eden Hazard is fit for their clash against Bosnia this week after he missed the Andorra match last time out.

There's a few more international matches to take a look at this week before domestic football kicks back off again this weekend ...

Kazakhs to upset Czechs?

Kazakhstan were dreaming of a shock against Netherlands on Friday evening as they were 1-0 up in Amsterdam before they ran out of steam. In the end the Dutch turned things around and ran out 3-1 winners but Kazakhstan will take belief from that performance. They could cause the Czech Republic some problems with the benefit of home advantage...

Oct 10, 2014

Betting Blog: Corners the market on international weekend

Slovakia will be on a high after beating Spain in their previous match, with Belarus up next.

The international break is in full swing and there's value to be had as we approach the latest round of fixtures ...

Corners the market

Belgium flattered to deceive at the World Cup this summer but I'd always thought the Euros offered them a better chance of success and in two years' time their generation of gifted players should be hitting their peak. The Belgians begin their qualifying campaign with a comfortable-looking match against Andorra on Friday night and that could offer a decent start...

Oct 6, 2014

Betting Blog: Euro 2016 qualifying -- dead certs and a daring trio

England's Danny Welbeck will expect to get on the score sheet against minnows San Marino this week.

Holders Spain and ever-hopeful England are the biggest nations in action on Thursday when the first set of matches in a Euro 2016 qualifying double-header take place. Having each played one match, both will be confident of getting a positive result against weaker opposition, especially England, who take on the minnows of San Marino at Wembley.

Good things come to those who wait

Bet365 make England 1/100 for victory at Wembley against San Marino, which just about tells you all you need to know. Now...

Oct 2, 2014

Betting Blog: The best Premier League tips this weekend

Not-so-friendly rivals Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho renew acquaintances in early October at Stamford Bridge.
Jose Mourinho faces Arsene Wenger's Arsenal on Sunday and the Chelsea manager has never lost to his French counterpart.

The last round of Premier League matches before another international break will frustrate some managers whose sides are in form but give others a bit of relief, allowing injured players to return and more time on the training pitch to iron out problems. The extra desire to win the last game before the break needs to be factored in this weekend as we look to discover the best value.

Slim Pickings at Anfield

Liverpool continue to stutter this season, with a Champions League defeat in midweek a...