Why Liverpool Can Achieve The Title For The 17/18 Season

Why Liverpool Can Achieve The Title For The 17/18 Season

Liverpool hasn’t been the same ever since the likes of Xabi Alonso and Rafa Benitez left. They struggled and failed to match the quality of football and players as other giant clubs in England’s top-flight football league. Several managers tried their luck, including Merseyside legend Kenny Dalglish who only managed to win one trophy, the Capital One Cup. How devastating it is for a club like Liverpool to win only one trophy in seven long years? However, with the recruitment …
How Sports Betting is Changing Face

How Sports Betting is Changing Face

Sports betting has long been one of the most popular types of betting. Traditionally, bettors would have had their own personal bookmaker who they frequently placed bets on ever-popular sports such as horse racing and football. A lot has changed since then, with the huge growth in technology and the influence this has had on how people place bets. These days, people don’t even need to leave their home to place a bet on a huge range of sports. Online …
Can West Ham Break Into The Top Four Next Season?

Can West Ham Break Into The Top Four Next Season?

Hammers fans are walking around with a grin on their faces this summer as their club has spent big so far in the transfer window. The expectations for next campaign are getting higher due to this so it will be interesting to see how it plays out. They are not in most pundits football tips to win the EPL but they could well be a shock package if the new signings can gel together straight away. Their recent signing of …
Confidence returning to Leicester?

Confidence returning to Leicester?

On paper, a 12th place Premier League finish and a narrow Champions League quarter-final defeat to Atletico Madrid would signify a positive campaign for Leicester City. In light of the 15/16 title win however, it is understandable that some supporters feel a little underwhelmed. Six of the starting eleven who guaranteed survival with a 3-0 win over Watford last term, also started in the 0-0 draw at Sunderland that produced the same result in 14/15. We have seen a similar …
English Premier League Spending At New High

English Premier League Spending At New High

If summer transfer market spending were a sportsbook prop, the English Premier League would be the odds-on favorite to spend the most money. As a matter of fact, EPL clubs have already spent more than £500m since the end of last season, according to business analysts Deloitte the league is bound to establish a new record by August 31st. English clubs spent a record £1.165bn last summer, which rose to £1.38bn following the January window. Deloitte released its annual football …
What Premier League Sportsbook Faves Need this Season

What Premier League Sportsbook Faves Need this Season

Sportsbooks favor the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United to win the 2017-2018 English Premier League, but teams need more than favorable odds to get the job done. Manchester City needs a good goalie The Citizens have a question mark under the goalposts. There is a three-way competition for the starting goalkeeper position between Joe Hart, Claudio Bravo and Ederson – well maybe not so much Bravo. The City signed the latter at a pretty penny from Benfica, …
Weighing Up the Economics of Sports Betting

Weighing Up the Economics of Sports Betting

The sports betting industry is worth billions and every year online and land based bookmakers rake in huge sums of money. With the advent of online sports betting one may think that land based bookies have taken a knock, but when you take a look at the stats compiled by industry leader Top Betting Sites, you’ll see that both betting shops and online bookmakers are thriving, and each has their pros and cons. In an infographic, Top Betting Sites illustrates …
UK Gambling Commission report shows strong growth across all bet sectors

UK Gambling Commission report shows strong growth across all bet sectors

Britons love to bet on sports, but there is good reason to wager they would love to bet even more. And now there are solid statistics to back up the perception of truly phenomenal growth. The online sports betting market in the UK was estimated through 2012 to be worth £650 million, with an annual compounded growth rate of approximately 7% over the preceding three years. That would lead one to extrapolate that by 2017 the total should be well …
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