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Sunderland vs Leeds United (FA Cup, 04.01.2015)

January 3, 2015 0 Betting, Predictions, Soccer

Sunderland meet Leeds in their FA Cup third round match where both teams are heavily expected to score. The hosts are on the 14th place in Premier League with 20 points, while Leeds have 24 points out of the same number of matches in the Championship where they are on the 20th place, two points behind Rotherham United.

The Black Cats have only one win in 10 matches in Premier League, which is why the FA Cup is tipped to be the perfect opportunity to turn the luck around and start winning again. Lee Cattermole was confirmed to miss this match due to a groin injury, while Bridcutt was cleared to play following a concussion. Patrick van Aanholt and Reveillere are expected to return to training next week. Leeds United are unable to win against Sunderland since 2004, and even if the Black Cats are somewhat specialists in draws, the bookies still favor them to win.
Leeds United crashed last year against Rochdale, and the year before that against Manchester City, right after they eliminated Tottenham. Connor Wickham and Steven Fletcher are your main choices for the goalscorer market since both players have 2.37 odds to score anytime with Bet365. Adam Johnson and Jozy Altidore have 2.87 odds in the same market, while for Leeds Mirco Antenucci with 4.00 odds to score. Sunderland have been given 1.28 odds to qualify as opposed to Leeds’ 3.50 in the same market.

Bet365 also gave Sunderland 1.60 odds to win the match, Leeds got 6.00 and a draw has 4.20 odds. Sunderland with a -1.0 handicap has 2.00 odds, Leeds with a +1.0 has 1.85 odds and over 2.5 goals 1.85 odds. We are going to bet 7 units on Sunderland scoring in both halves with 2.37 odds from Bet365.

Tottenham vs Chelsea London (Premier League Recap, 01.01.2015)

January 2, 2015 0 Betting, Recaps, Soccer


Result: -6 units, bet lost

Tottenham vs Chelsea London (Premier League, 01.01.2015)

December 31, 2014 0 Betting, Predictions, Soccer

Seventh place meets first as Tottenham face another Premier League giant just three days after playing Manchester United. This time they are to face Chelsea, and while both teams are in great form, the visitors are the ones who failed against a resilient Southampton side.

Chelsea missed the opportunity to take the lead in the title race even if Southampton had 10 men on the field. It was Hazard who scored the equalizer and avoided the defeat, and in the end the referees where the ones to be blamed by Jose Mourinho. Tottenham come from a goalless draw against Manchester United, where Hugo Lloris, later declared Man of the Match, kept the United strikers downright frustrated with their inability to score.
Jose Mourinho is looking forward to steer his team towards another winning streak and perhaps if he fields Oscar, Hazard and Costa as his attacking line, Lloris will not be able to stop all the attacks. Fabregas was fielded in a more advanced position against Southampton, which allowed him to assist the equalizer, but also dive for a penalty, or that is get fouled for a penalty that was considered a dive by the referee. Tottenham need to improve how they play at home if they are keen to compete for a European place in 2015. Spurs are also unable to win against Chelsea since 2010, and the last four wins by the Blues have seen at least two goals being scored.

Chelsea are the overall favorites to win with 1.80 odds from Ladbrokes, and even the draw, at 3.60 has better odds than a Tottenham win with 4.33 odds. Both teams to score has 1.75 odds, Chelsea to lead after 30 minutes 2.90, Tottenham to win either half 2.50, Chelsea in the same market 1.45. Diego Costa to score has 2.05 odds, Hazard 2.75 and Oscar 3.25, Harry Kane 3.30 and both Adebayor and Soldado 3.80. We are going to bet 6 units on the wincast market of Diego Costa to score and Chelsea to win with 2.87 odds from Ladbrokes.

Liverpool vs Arsenal (Premier League, 21.12.2014)

December 18, 2014 0 Betting, Predictions, Soccer

Liverpool welcome Arsenal on Sunday in what is expected to be a mouthwatering clash between two struggling teams. Both sides have had terrible starts to their Premier League campaign, and haven’t been able to perform consistently up to this point. While the Gunners have been alternating excellent performances with painful horror shows, Brendan Rodgers’s men have been slumping for months, and now find themselves in the middle of the table, 21 points behind the leaders Chelsea -a far cry from last season’s amazing run. Arsenal are not doing any better by their own standards.

The gunners were tipped to fight for the title after the arrival of Alexis, but Wenger’s reluctance to strengthen the defense has come back to hurt them in every match. The pressure will be firmly on Liverpool and Brendan Rodgers this Sunday, as Anfield faithfuls are starting to lose patience with both the manager and the new signings. Arsene Wenger is also having plenty of critics, but he managed to lighten up the mood in Gooners’ camp with two convincing wins against Galatasaray and Newcastle.
Liverpool obliterated Arsenal 5-1 in the corresponding fixture last season, with Suarez and Sturridge creating havoc in Arsenal’s defense. This time around, Gunners can breathe a sigh of relief, as both players will be miles away from Anfield. Rodgers’ new arrivals haven’t lived up to expectations, and brought him more headaches than goals. The forward options are so bleak on Merseyside, that Rodgers is utilizing Raheem Sterling upfront. Back in defense things are also shaky. Dejan Lovren is a calamity, and the three men defense is easily exposed by quality attackers. Liverpool will be without Glen Johnson and Daniel Sturridge for the Sunday clash, while Dejan Lovren picked up an injury in yesterday’s match against Bournemouth and is now doubtful.

Arsenal have plenty of weapons to hurt Liverpool. Sanchez, Wellbeck and Oxlade-Chamberlain bring pace, Giroud – a real presence, while Cazorla excellent vision. Their Achilles heel is the defense and the holding midfielder. The Gunners will be without Koscielny, Monreal and Arteta, as well as long term absentees Walcott, Ozil and Ramsey.

The odds have dropped dramatically in Arsenal’s favor and now the Gunners are slight favorites to win at 2.5 with Bet365, while Liverpool are priced at 2.8. We expect an even encounter with plenty of chances to score at both ends. Both teams have leaky backlines, but Gunners’ superior striking options could and should make the difference. If Arsenal play with the same intensity as they did against Newcastle, Liverpool will be in big trouble, especially with Brad Jones in goal. The 2.5 price for Gunners is too tempting to refuse, that’s why we are going to stick 7 units on an outright Arsenal win with Bet365. We all know Wenger’s men are prone to moments of madness, that’s why as a side bet we suggest to stick a few quid on Mario Balloteli to score anytime at 2.62 with Bet365. If there is one team to gift Mario a goal, that’s Arsenal.

Napoli vs Parma (Serie A, 18.12.2014)

December 17, 2014 0 Betting, Predictions, Soccer

If the Serie A rumor mill is based on any truth then the match against Parma is of maximum importance seeing as should Napoli lose, Rafa Benitez might be about to lose his job. Last season Napoli lost both matches against Parma with the same 1-0 score which is why they might want to take revenge on said fact.

Parma are currently on the last place in the table with six points, seven points short of being safe from relegation. Napoli reside on the 7th place, same number of points with AC Milan, but two points behind the last Europa League place. After three consecutive draws, the hosts managed a defeat against AC Milan without being able to score at least once. Last time Napoli won was at the beginning of November against Fiorentina. Napoli have also struggled this season when playing at home having won just three out of seven attempts.
Parma’s last win dates back to November 1st when they won against Inter and kept a clean sheet. After that Parma suffered four consecutive defeats, including a7-0 disaster against Juventus. Their latest result is a goaless draw against Cagliari where Antonio Mirante worked wonders in the goal line. Parma scored only two goals in their previous four games which does not bode well for the match against Napoli, who have, Higuain and Marek Hamsik to solve any goalscoring problems.

Napoli are under extreme pressure to finally deliver with all the faith put in them, which is why William Hill gave them 1.30 odds to win. Parma got 11.00 for an upset and a draw has 5.00 odds. We are going to bet 7 units on Napoli winning both halves with 2.60 odds from William Hill, even if you could also bet on both teams to score with 1.95 odds. Higuain has 1.67 odds to score, Callejon 1.80, Mertens and Zapata 1.91 and Antonio Cassano 3.30. Parma with a +1 handicap has 3.30 odds, Napoli with a -2 one 3.20 and Napoli to keep a clean sheet has 1.91 odds.