Friday Football Round-up Week 47/14

The Premier League returns this weekend as we approach the cold winter evenings with the internationals now out of the way until March next year. It gives us the next 4-5 months of straight Premier League action where clubs will be looking to carry some momentum going into the busy Christmas period where the games come thick and fast. The headlines are at the Emirates this weekend as Manchester United make the trip down south to London to take on a wobbly Arsenal side in the Saturday evening kick off.

Arsenal vs. Man United

Arsenal v Manchester United – This used to be one of the most anticipated fixtures of the season as the two longest serving managers in the Premier League went head to head. Now Arsenal and Manchester United are both struggling the game isn’t quite as hyped up as previous years but it will still prove a fascinating spectacle at the Emirates.

Manchester United have a number of injury problems which has been well documented, especially in defence. If they were suffering before the international break then they are even more so after it, with Daley Blind picking up a serious knee injury which will rule him out for a couple of months. Luke Shaw dealt Louis Van Gaal a scare in the friendly against Scotland but the ex-Southampton full back looks to have shaken the knock off. David de Gea picked up a dislocated finger on duty with Spain and his appearance is still doubtful. [Read more…]

Friday Football Round-up International Special: Week 46/14

We break away from the Friday Football Round-up’s focus on the Premier League today with a look at the internationals which return this week as the qualification rounds take centre stage for the Euro 2016 campaign held in France. The tournament is well underway and there have already been shock losses for Spain so far in qualification but there chances of progressing have been enhanced due to the top 2 of every group automatically qualifying for Euro 2016.

Scotland vs. Ireland

Scotland v Republic of Ireland – 14/11/2014

These two countries share a very passionate rivalry and haven’t met in a competitive tournament since 1987 where Republic of Ireland came away from Scotland with the win. Adding fuel to the fire, Ireland have 2 players in their squad who were actually born in Scotland. James McCarthy and Aiden McGeady are key players in the Ireland squad and the Scottish fans will no doubt be giving the two Everton players a fair amount of stick on Friday. [Read more…]

Master Racing Tipster Review

We’re at the races again with this Master Racing Tipster review, another highly regarded service from the guys over at Betting Gods providing daily ‘realistic and decent odds’ selections which can ‘really make you serious money’.

Get the lowdown on the Master Racing Tipster in this review

This service is a straight forward as it sounds but with a real benefit being its focus on early prices.

Selections usually land in your inbox between 6.30-8.30pm every day meaning there’s no frantic dashing about in the morning scouring bookmaker websites or cheeky “cigarette break” required at the office to run outside and trawl through odds on your phone. You’ve got plenty of time to get these bets on. [Read more…]

Friday Football Round-up Week 45/14

What a cracker we have in store for the lunch time kick off on Saturday as Liverpool take on Chelsea at Anfield. In what was a midweek to forget for the 4 teams involved in the Champions League, Liverpool and Chelsea will be looking to bounce back in the Premier League as Brendan Rodgers takes on his former work colleague, Jose Mourinho. There are 6 fixtures on Saturday and 4 on Sunday with 3 of the Sunday fixtures kicking off at 13:30 GMT.

Liverpool vs. Chelsea

Neither club has been particularly impressive of late but Chelsea are still remain unbeaten in all competitions this year. Jose Mourinho won’t have been in admiration for his side’s performance in Slovenia on Wednesday night as they laboured to a draw with Eden Hazard missing a late penalty to seal qualification through to the knockout stages of the Champions League.

Brendan Rodgers was dealt a lot of criticism for his decision to ‘rest’ several players for their match against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu. Steven Gerrard, Raheem Sterling, Jordan Henderson, Dejan Lovren, Mario Balotelli and Philippe Coutinho were all missing but Rodgers said that any one of his players deserved to be dropped after their 1-0 defeat to Newcastle United last weekend. It is something which you can’t particularly argue against and his so called ‘reserve’ side did Liverpool proud despite losing 1-0 to Madrid.

Liverpool have struggled in the absence of Daniel Sturridge due to a calf injury which is likely to keep him out against his former side. Chelsea will be hoping Diego Costa can get back to firing on all cylinders after battling against a bug of late which has hampered his past two performances. [Read more…]

Soccer Streaks Review

I was asked to take on a Soccer Streaks review by the product owners themselves a couple of months back. This to me is always a positive sign and I was hopeful that it would deliver.

Soccer Streaks Review

So what is Soccer Streaks?

Well here’s the low-down straight from the horses mouth:

We have devised a strategy through which compounding can be used to significantly grow your betting balance, as long as you are consistently winning bets. Our strategy is primarily reliant on re- investing our winnings over a period of time and going on lengthy winning streaks (hence the name ‘Soccer Streaks’). To ensure that we have the highest chances of going on a winning streak, we ONLY bet on low-risk favourites that fall within our selection criteria.

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