Few people will argue that the football betting industry has transformed tremendously over recent years. It has changed from basic gambling on the high streets, right the way through to an online process that makes placing bets a doddle.
[caption id="attachment_85520" align="alignright" width="285"] SpiritOfMirko.com[/caption]Among a host of interesting matches, Manchester City clash against Everton on Saturday, December 1, will most likely be the one catching many viewers attention as both teams are currently occupying the top places in the league table.
Next weekend’s Premier League games throw up a plethora of great betting tips and you should (with a little luck) be able to make those darn bookies pay.
First off, safe bet alert! Reading, poor relegation zone Reading take on the mighty mighty Manchester (the United one) and when you consider that one of the sides is the bookies favourites to win the Premier League this year, and the other is hotly fancied to be relegated there SUERLY can only be one winner.
Plenty of fun was had in the EPL last weekend, but there’s still plenty of bookie busting chatter being passed round as handicappers swap EPL tips.
That side that hardly ever wins that’s Stoke, took all three points for a change.
Round 13 of the English Premier League will continue to excite entertainment for football enthusiast with many interesting games this weekend. That's why those who are also interested in placing their bets can start doing it as soon as possible.
Round 13 of the English Premier League will kick start again this upcoming weekend and set to entertain all football fans, who are eager for some weekend spectacle. As for those interested in placing their bets on, they can start doing it as soon as possible, especially with many interesting matches in store.
Mark Hughes’ future at Queens Park Rangers is increasingly coming under doubt following his 12th game in the league this season without a win.
The west London club were beaten by Premier League newcomers Southampton 3-1 at Loftus Road on Saturday which led to more rumours about the sacking of the former Wales and Manchester City boss.
Round 12 of the English Premier League set to kick start again this upcoming weekend and football fans will once again be entertained with quality matches that should urged some to place their bets immediately.
You read a lot about footballers’ wives these days, but spare a thought for those millions of poor UK footballing widows.
As the nights draw in, and the European and Premier League football really starts in earnest, the only way many TV soccer widows can get their men to do any exercise is if they place the remote control for the television out of reach.