The first major silverware of the English season will be decided at Wembley on Sunday as Arsenal take on Birmingham City in the Carling Cup final. It’s been a while since there was any silverware in the Arsenal trophy cabinet and the Gunners should comfortably win this one at 4/9.
A new betting section kicks off this week as we concentrate of providing football tips across the entire European football schedule. There’s plenty of live action on TV this weekend including Lazio v Napoli, Bayern Munich v Nurnberg, Borussia Dortmund v Hamburg, Juventus v Roma, and of coursethe eagerly anticipated ‘Derby della Madonnina’ between Inter Milan and AC Milan which is live on ESPN & Setanta Ireland on Sunday night.
Manchester United’s tricky week of fixtures continues on Saturday as they travel to Aston Villa in Saturday’s early kick-off. Whilst they look unlikely to repeat the high finishing spot of recent seasons, Villa Park is a tough place to go, although United look good value at 10/11.
Stoke City have a great chance to put some points on the board in the teatime kick-off as they host an improving Liverpool. Tony Pulis’ side haven’t had the rub of the green lately but they are terrific value at 10/3 to win this one.
Welcome to our weekly column where we try and seek good value in some longer odds bets.
With 18 months of all sorts of bets resulting in a small loss, it’s time to reset the counter as we revamp this column. A mixture of football and sporting bets from here on in – let’s see if we can make a profit by the end of this season!
With both the Premier League and Championship taking a break due to the Euro 2012 qualifiers, many football betting enthusiasts will be concentrating on the lower leagues of English Football this weekend. There’s usually decent money to be made in the Npower League 2, so let’s take a look at some of the matches taking place and try and select some profitable betting tips.
There’s usually decent money to be made in the Npower League 1, and with the Premiership and Championship taking a break due to International fixtures, let’s take a look at some of the matches taking place and try and select some profitable betting tips.
Once dubbed the best domestic league in Europe, Italian football restored itself to some of it’s former glory, following the remarkable Champions League Final win by Inter Milan last season. A new Serie A campaign beckons and it seems change is the keyword this time round – eleven of Serie A’s twenty clubs have new managers! Let’s take a look at the betting for the opening matches taking place this weekend and hopefully select some winning football tips.
Scottish Football kicks into top gear this weekend as the start of the new SPL season gets underway. 2009/2010 SPL champions Rangers 1/5 entertain Kilmarnock 12/1, while a new-look Celtic 2/5 squad take on Inverness Caledonian Thistle 13/2. Lets take a look at some of the other matches taking place and hopefully select some profitable betting tips.
The second weekend of the League One season kicks off on Friday evening with a London derby as Leyton Orient take on Charlton Athletic.
Russell Slade’s side were a tad unlucky to lose their opening match of the season at Yeovil. A fumble from keeper Jamie Jones led to the home side’s winner before half time, although the O’s outplayed their opponents for much of the match.
The Dutch domestic campaign kicked off last weekend but we’re onboard this week, so let’s take a look at some of the matches taking place in this weekend’s Eredivisie and hopefully select some profitable football betting tips.
Excitement amongst fans is brewing ahead of the start of the English football season. Npower are the new sponsors of the Football League and we’ll now take a look at the best betting tips ahead of this Saturday’s League 2 fixtures.