Out of all the Premier League fixtures next weekend, this one looks the easiest to predict as Manchester City, who have taken maximum points from their first three games, take on a struggling Wigan side.
Occasionally it’s good to look at a match that is a little easier to predict and if you don’t want to just . . . → Read More: Betting on Manchester City v Wigan
Having made a bright start to the season, this match will really prove to be a test of Liverpool’s resolve as they take on a Stoke side that are also unbeaten in their opening three matches.
You would therefore expect this to be tough for the bookmakers to call and with the benefit of home advantage, you . . . → Read More: Betting on Stoke City v Liverpool
If you wanted any proof of how fickle the betting world can be you only need to look at how the odds have changed on this particular bet since the beginning of the season.
At the start of the campaign, last year’s joint Golden Boot winners, Dimitar Berbatov and Carlos Tevez headed the list of odds once . . . → Read More: Betting on the Golden Boot winner
Firstly, our apologies for not tipping the correct score bet of Manchester United 8 Arsenal 2 last weekend. Chances are however, if you’d even thought about gambling on that result, you’d have been laughed out of the betting shop.
So Arsenal are left to lick their proverbial wounds but there will be no better opportunity for them . . . → Read More: Betting on Arsenal v Swansea City
It isn’t just England who are in action this weekend as far as Euro 2012 qualifiers are concerned and this match will be a tough test for the Scots. You feel that Craig Levein’s side really have to win this one and then carry on to win all their home games at least if they are . . . → Read More: Betting on Scotland v the Czech Republic
After England play Bulgaria this Friday, they return to Wembley next week to take on Wales in their latest Euro 2012 qualifier. Fabio Capello’s men will have home advantage against a weaker side so does that make them hot favourites as far as the betting is concerned?
At the time of writing only Bwin have openly published . . . → Read More: Betting on England v Wales
Before the season began, we looked at the various options available if you wanted to bet on the first Premier League manager to leave their post in 2011-12 or to give it its colloquial name – the sack race.
At the time there were some clear favourites in the betting and the three newly promoted managers – . . . → Read More: Updated betting on the next manager to leave
As the Premiership takes its first international break of the new season, attention focuses on Euro 2012 qualifiers with some interesting ties for all of the home nations.
Around a year ago, England humbled Bulgaria at Wembley to give their own Euro 2012 campaign a massive boost but with home advantage switched to their opponents, has the . . . → Read More: Betting on Bulgaria v England
By far the biggest game of the Premier League weekend takes place on Sunday at Old Trafford as high flying Manchester United face a struggling and depleted Arsenal. However, if you’re determined to keep the faith with Arsene Wenger’s team, there is some really good value betting to be had in this fixture.
As you would expect, . . . → Read More: Betting on Manchester United v Arsenal
It would have been hard enough to bet on QPR at the start of the season but a couple of mixed results in their first two games has made them even tougher to predict. After losing 4-0 at home to Bolton on the opening day, Neil Warnock’s side travelled to Goodison last weekend to pull off . . . → Read More: Betting on Wigan v QPR