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  • Formerly mint foxes sliding down a glacier? Stoke into World Club Final. Moyes for Scotland.

    The obvious action over the three days of the Premier League weekend has involved leaders Manchester City failing to convince, Arsenal keeping themselves in the frame to enable them to only disappoint in May, and Tottenham giving anyone who likes them plenty of false hope. Oh, and Liverpool and Manchester United. showing why they were playing each other on a Monday night in Champions League week.

    Obvious action can clearly get a little boring. So what else might you have missed? Read on for the big stories in our Premier League review.

    Well first of all, Claudio Ranieri has come in for some criticism for resting players ahead of Leicester’s Champions League clash in midweek. You’ll remember Ranieri, the manager who was going to try to save Leicester from the drop last season. Now, maybe the Foxes don’t have a realistic chance of winning the Champions League but it’s hard to foresee (as some are doing) that during the winter they will be slipping down an icy slope to the Championship just because they might have a decent run in Europe too. In fact their Italian boss could rest several players each week and still find that there are plenty of teams below Leicester at the end of the season. Let’s give the guy credit - even if it does prove to be a combination of more European nights and doing the job he was brought in to do in the first place.

    One club looking to haul itself out of a relegation battle is Stoke City. The most amazing thing seems to have happened in their recent draw at Old Trafford and victory over the mighty Sunderland on Saturday. You might think it’s just social media hype but it appears that the draw with Manchester United gave Stoke the Champions League trophy (think on Mr Ranieri - Stoke appear to have won that tournament so you may as well go back to winning the Premier League). Not a group of fans to rest on their laurels, social media was again lit up this weekend by the clear sentiment that the Potters have now also claimed the World Club Championship, all by simply beating the bottom club. Of course, this is partly down to fans getting over excited by taking four points from two games but it’s also because Stoke have quite clearly got a collection of the planet’s greatest players in the form of the Swiss Messi (Shaqiri, as if you could have forgotten), the Welsh Messi (no introductions needed for Joe Allen, surely) and Geoff Cameron. A warning - don’t always believe what you read on social media!

    Unless of course it’s about Sunderland. While Stoke won’t really be getting any real major trophies any time soon (believe it or not) they are once again starting to show that they are a better run, more effective unit than Sunderland (and a number of other teams who might not last much longer in the Premier League). David Moyes is obviously the bookies favourite to be the next managerial casualty and it’s a sad reflection on Sunderland’s current status that a move to manage the Scottish national team would be a huge step up. Is Moyes to blame? Well he should have realised that Sunderland are yet another club who aren’t Everton, but he’s not responsible for the problems deep at the core of the club. The fans need a win and social media to give them at least a little delusional hope.


  • Rolling along – win big with our Rolling Acca

    And we're rolling... Bet 1 already home and dry in our Rolling Acca

    For Bet 2, we're on the Bundesliga clash between Borussia Monchengladbach and Hamburg (KO 14:30). Click here to see the tip.

     

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  • Saturday free football tips

    Alongside our members only pro football betting tips, today we're giving you these two beauties for free!

    Use them as singles, use them as a double, or add them to your own acca. Whatever you decide, just use them. They are free tips.

    Watford v Bournemouth - Home win @ 11/8

    Plymouth v Yeovil - Home win @17/20

    Double @3.39/1

     

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  • Weekend free football betting tips

    Free football tips are here for the weekend... Get you betting off to a winning start. Have a punt now!

    Friday (19.30)

    Borussia Dortmund to beat Freiburg to nil @5/4

     

    Saturday (15:00)

    Port Vale to win or draw at Bristol Rovers @10/11

     

    Sunday (12:30 and 16:00)

    BTTS in the Aminia Bielefeld v Nuremberg game and the West Ham v Southampton game @9/5

     

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  • Tuesday free football tips

     

    Two of Europe's lesser-known derbies take place this evening and it's time for some football betting tips for free!

    In Spain, it's the Seville derby as Sevilla take on Real Betis.

    In Nuremberg, it's the Franconian derby as 1.FC Nuremberg host Greuther Furth.

    We're going for Both Teams To Score in both of these games giving a 1.67/1 double. Single odds can be seen below:

    Nuremberg v Greuther Furth - BTTS @ 4/7 (20/9/16 16:30)

    Sevilla v Real Betis - BTTS @ 7/10 (20/9/16 21:00)

    Double @ 1.67/1

     

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  • Saturday free football tips

    Our Rolling Acca continues today as we try to snowball £10 into big money.

    Today we're on the Arsenal v Southampton clash.

    Take a look at our Rolling Acca now. It's FREE!

    And talking of freetips, here's our contribution to the world of free football tips for today ...

    We've got a Bundesliga double as we go for home wins for both Bayer Leverkusen and Wolfsburg. (Of course, you can always use them as singles or add them to your own acca.)

    Bayer Leverkusen v Hamburg - Home Win at 1/2

    Wolfsburg v Cologne - Home Win at 4/5

    Double @ 1.7/1

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  • World Cup Betting

    As the European qualifying groups get underway for the 2018 World Cup Finals, we bring to you the early odds. These will obviously fluctuate as teams qualify but if you're confident now, get a bet on and take the odds at what will most likely be the best prices.

    No surprise that World Champions, Germany are favourites at 9/2, or that last time's runners-up, Argentina (going well in South American qualifying) are second favourites at 11/2.

    It then gets a little more interesting. Euro runners-up, France are 8/1 along with Brazil - both teams who promise so much but often find that final hurdle a little too high. Spain are just a little longer at 17/2.

    Clearly the bookies think that the teams mentioned above are the ones with the best shout of lifting the trophy and it's hard to disagree but two years is a long time. The odds on the next group of teams are much longer - Belgium and Italy at 16/1, Columbia, England and Holland at 20/1.

    Can Big Sam lead England to World Cup glory? If you're going to have a punt on England (lots of us do) when the finals start, why not do it now while the odds are more tempting? History tells us that a few quid each way would have more chance than a win bet!

    European Champions, Portugal are out at 30/1 and Wales are 80/1. Can you see these as potential each way bets?

    Hosts Russia are 25/1. Assuming all is fair, they will realistically have less chance than Portugal and Wales. If you go along with conspiracy theories, get some money on the Russians now!

    For the romantics out there, the Republic of Ireland are 250/1, while Northern Ireland and Scotland are both 500/1.

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