The football season around Europe is continuing to fly by, as we now move into the latter stages of the season. The big question now is, which sides will be winning each of Europe’s major leagues. Here we cover the favourites for each and the most likely winners come the end of the campaign.
With the Premier League title race all but over, the most intriguing part of the run-in looks set to be at the bottom of the table, where the teams placed 15th-19th are separated by just three points.
The premier league is one of the most followed leagues in the world. It has also turned out to be a great source of income for gamblers. Football fans across the world use sites like Betway88 at https://th.betway98.com/product/sport.htm to predict the outcome of matches in the premier league and make some good money in the process.
The English Premier League is well and truly the biggest football league in the world with many successful clubs going head to head with each other for the coveted title. This year’s title seems destined to be lifted by Liverpool who have gained a 22-point lead over second placed Manchester City.
The Champions league has now reached the knockout stages, as the final 16 teams battle it out to be crowned Europe’s leading side. Manchester City were the pre-tournament favourites and still remain at the top of most bookmakers' outright markets for the competition. Defending champions Liverpool are also amongst the favourites, generally priced at around the 7/2 mark with most betting operators, as they continue to prove a popular choice for punters.
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Traditionally, people need to go and visit an exchange to be able to place a sports bet. Nowadays, people have the opportunity to place their wagers anytime they please, anywhere they choose and this is because of online betting platforms. True enough these platforms make it easy for bettors to gamble and have fun, but it is noteworthy to take a look into how an online betting platform operates to be able to understand what goes behind the bets you make.
A fan of the Wolverhampton Wanderers football club made a £15 Both Teams To Score accumulator bet on 15 games which resulted in the punter winning £112,500! What’s even crazier, however, is that the final goal to win the bet was made during an injury when Middlesbrough scored an unexpected goal against Manchester City.
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The English Premier League is one of the most exciting and competitive football leagues in the world. The 2018-19 Premier League finished with Manchester City winning back to back titles after squeaking a victory over Liverpool by just a single point. Tottenham, Arsenal, Machester United, and Chelsea were all also involved in a fierce battle for third place.