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League Two playoffs: Which team to back

The Sky Bet League Two playoffs is a pivotal part of the football league. Allowing teams to climb the ladder and escape the threat of playing outside England’s top four divisions is an opportunity attempted to be seized by all. I take a look at who is your best bet for this year’s League Two playoff campaign.  Read More »

Who you should put your money on: League One playoffs

Jack Drury looks at the odds to rate the best bet in the League One playoffs.

While playoffs are vastly open competitions possessing large degrees of unpredictability, bookmakers rarely sit on the fence. With certain teams surprising many by making the grade year after year, let’s look at the odds from Bet365 in the League One playoffs and which teams I would back to make the final. Read More »

The weekend punt: Which selections should be on your Saturday coupon?

  Whether you’re at the stadium or watching Jeff Stelling and the boys, placing a bet on the football is a crucial part of the perfect Saturday. However, there’s no doubt that it’s a lot more fun when you’re winning! Read More »

5 Pointers for this weekend’s Football League action

As we lurch into the final throes of the Football League, there’s plenty at stake for teams up and down the country and we’ve picked out five pointers if you’re thinking of having a bet this weekend. Read More »

Chelsea Can Add To Liverpool’s Woes

Brendan Rodgers was criticised incessantly for fielding an under-strength Liverpool side in their Champions League clash with Real Madrid at the Bernabeu as the Merseysiders went down 1-0, but the Northern Irishman will be under pressure to gain a positive result on Saturday lunchtime when they host Premier League highflyers Chelsea at Anfield. The likes of Steven Gerrard and Mario ... Read More »

Can City Bounce Back In Manchester Derby?

The Etihad plays host to the first Manchester derby of the season on Sunday afternoon which, as always, promises to be a spicy affair between the fiercest of local rivals. Man Utd boss Louis van Gaal will be eagerly anticipating his first taste of the crunch clash as he bids to topple Manuel Pellegrini’s defending Premier League champions on their ... Read More »

Chelsea and Fulham Star In Exciting Season Long Ante-Post Yankee Bet

Sean Raymond delivers a special version of ‘Sing When You’re Winning’ ahead of the new football season as he attempts an ambitious season long bet that sees him predict the winner of each of English football’s four divisions. Read More »

Holland Tipped To Add To Brazil’s Misery In Third Place Playoff

The curtain falls on the 2014 World Cup on Sunday as Germany take on Argentina in the final in Rio but before that, there is the small matter of the third place playoff game between Brazil and Holland in Brasilia. According to the Dutch boss Louis van Gaal, this battle for third place really is a small matter as the new ... Read More »

Argentina Taken To Progress To Quarter Finals With More Goals Expected From Messi

The penultimate last-16 clash of the 2014 World Cup pits Argentina against Switzerland at the Arena de Sao Paulo on Tuesday evening (5pm BST). There have been no shortage of surprises so far in Brazil, and La Albiceleste will be looking to avoid a huge upset as they bid to continue in their quest to win their first World Cup ... Read More »

Free Scoring Argentina Should Have Too Much For Plucky Bosnians in Rio

One of the favourites for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil enters the fray on Sunday evening with punters getting the first chance to lay their eyes on the highly touted Argentina team. The South American side have been well fancied for World Cup glory for some time now but the time for talking is over as they face off ... Read More »

Spain v Netherlands: Costa to Put Inexperienced Dutch Defence to the Sword in Salvador

The 2014 World Cup in Brazil is finally here and the first big game of the tournament comes on Friday night as Spain play the Netherlands in a repeat of the 2010 Final. Traditionally two of the powerhouses of the world game, Spain and the Netherlands were slightly unlucky to draw each other in the group stages but nevertheless we ... Read More »

Julio Cesar favourite for Golden Glove Award in Brazil

The majority of attention during the World Cup will centre around the goalscorers and playmakers who fire their team to glory during the tournament but one group of players often overlooked are goalkeepers. One look at the squad of any past winners of the World Cup will show that a good shot-stopper is essential. Here, Jack Kitson previews the leading ... Read More »

And the eight 2014 World Cup Group Stage winners will be…

In a World Cup special of our popular weekly feature ‘Sing When You’re Winning’, Jack Kitson previews and calls who he thinks will win each of the eight groups…Bold predictions that could net him £3,280! Read More »

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