The Premier League has kicked off, and all eyes will lie on that coveted league trophy come May 2019. However, the league’s superstars will also have their eye on a personal honour to cap off their year – the PFA Player of the Year.
Fresh off their World Cup victory earlier this year, France have returned to Paris and shown that they are deserving of the trophy. On the 9th September, the French national team took on The Netherlands, managing to win 2-1.
Losing their last two league fixtures, Manchester United are looking to end that negative streak this upcoming Sunday, September 2 as they travel to Burnley.
That upcoming tie is very important for both sides as they are hunting for points, triggering a potentially intriguing contest which should interest not just regular football fans, but also betting lovers, who might want to place their cash on the match.
Drawing their last league fixture against Wolverhampton Wanderers, defending Premier League champion, Manchester City are determined to get their winning run going again as they play host to Newcastle United on Saturday, September 1.
Having a little bet on the football is a hugely popular pastime, especially since the advent of smartphones and live betting, which have enabled us to bet whenever and wherever we want – including when we’re watching a match in real-time, either on TV or at a stadium.
The domestic football season is finally back underway, which presents lots of betting opportunities for punters who enjoy a flutter on the action across Europe.
There are still a number of leagues and cups which have not begun yet, therefore here is a look at the three best bets you can place ahead of the 2018/19 campaign.
Last summer, Jürgen Klopp signed Mohamed Salah from Roma for a mere £36.9 million, and the Egyptian went on to score 33 goals in 37 league showings.
The speedy forward was named Player of the Year and was easily the signing of the season.
The journey has come full circle for a delighted Santi Cazorla, who was given a unique presentation to celebrate his return to boyhood club, Villarreal.
While many eyes were glued to the frenzy of activity during the English transfer deadline day on Thursday 9th August, over in Spain, Villarreal fans officially welcomed the arrival of former Arsenal star, Santi Cazorla, who has signed a one-year contract with the option of an additional season.
Juventus' success in signing Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid this summer didn't just increase their marketing value, but also pedigree in the eyes of many football enthusiasts and also sports bookies.
It’s coming home? Well, it might well come home but do not expect the bookmaking industry to celebrate too much! Punters have been backing England to win the Russian World Cup since February 2015 and the payout expected if the Three Lions will land glory is expected to be huge.
Fulham are set to make last season's loan signing Aleksandar Mitrovic a permanent feature at the club, according to reports.
The striker helped the Cottagers return to the Premier league last season, scoring 12 goals in the Championship after joining in January.