Goal betting is just about the most popular alternative market for football fans to bet on other than the Match Odds market. Aside from predicting the winner of a match, goals markets enable savvy football fans to correctly predict how many goals will be scored in the game too
As a league synonymous with English football, the Premier League has always had a complicated relationship with foreign influences.
FIFA 21 fans rejoice! EA Sports have finally released their collection of players to get your hands on as part of their Team of the Season. Voting is still going on for other top-flight leagues like the Bundesliga, but the results are in for the 2020/21 English Premier League season.
There is no avoiding the fact that when it comes to football, money is never far from the topic at hand.
Football is the most common sport globally, with the Premier League draws an annual global combined audience of 3.2 billion.
Chelsea have been as close to a sure thing as you’ll find in the Premier League since Thomas Tuchel’s appointment in January. The former PSG coach has overseen a remarkable run of form for the Blues, undefeated in 14 of his first 15 league games.
Bookmakers are investing a huge fund to improve the quality of their betting apps. With the advancement of technology and the massive shift to mobile, there is a high demand for a high-quality and comfortable mobile betting experiences. Today, the various football betting apps are operating a successful football betting platform.
Knowing your team has the best player, the most admired coach, and has a reputation of winning, can be convincing enough for you to place a stake in it. While all these factors increase the probability of winning, it is not always a guarantee it will turn out as you assumed. Even the strongest teams sometimes fail miserably when you least expect them to, and you end up incurring a loss.
Hall of Fame football player and now erstwhile coach Mike Singletary once said: "If anyone would ask me what coaching really means, it's not really about winning. It's not really about Xs and Os."
Last year’s UEFA European Championship was postponed to 2021 for public health reasons, in hopes that things will return to at least somewhat normal. This “somewhat”, it seems, is a pretty broad concept as most European countries are still struggling with the pandemic. While football has indeed returned to stadiums, fans have not - at least not yet.