Gareth Purnell takes a look at the outright prices in the World Cup betting market with a touch of value in mind
Only four sides have drawn more Championship games than Brighton this season and a stalemate looks a live runner in tonight’s first leg play-off tie against Derby County.
Eurovision 2014 starts today with a series of qualifying heats in Copenhagen, leading to the event proper on Saturday night.
It all points to goals in the Champions League semi-final clash between real Madrid and Bayern Munich, but even though the bookies are well aware of this there are still chances to profit
Chelsea have been given an unlikely chance of another Champions League night of glory
Dortmund have top scorer Robert Lewandowski back for Real Madrid’s visit but you have to wonder whether the Germans are a little bit out-gunned here.
Sir Alex Ferguson will surely have choked on his Premier Cru when he saw that bookies are offering 13/2 (that’s six and a half to one) about Manchester United winning a game at home
Arsenal put in a storming end to last season to secure Champions League football but this time around they are losing momentum at just the wrong time.
I’m against Manchester United in tonight’s Manchester derby. It’s not just a perception that David Moyes’ men are having a rough old time of it against top teams – it’s backed up by the statistics.
Sometimes a single game can turn a season around – look what followed Aston Villa’s 4-1 win against Norwich – and there are reasons for thinking that at a shade of odds on Manchester United are a good bet to beat West Ham on Saturday.
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