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Predictions for the Barclays Premier League 2016/17 season

Deal making in the summer transfer window has been active for the big clubs this year. Manchester United have had an overhaul by Jose Mourinho cutting out 4 players and landing the Frenchman Paul Pogba who currently plays for Juventus. Adnan Januzaj, Andreas Pereira, and Paddy McNair are gone. Bastian Schweinsteiger has be left back in reserve. With Mourinho shaking things up at Old Trafford Man United are a team to focus on this season.

Arsene Wenger may spend more money than was in the transfer kitty at the start of the summer transfer window. Alexandre Lacazette from Lyons on his own is expected to cost more than £50M. Arsenal are beefing up midfield with Granit Xhaka who has costed £30M.

Tottenham Hotspur have sealed a number of moves early on in the transfer window. Dutch forward Vincent Janssen from AZ Alkmaar and midfielder Victor Wanyama from Southampton have already been signed. Georges-Kevin N’Koudou is on his way from Marseille currently a France U21 forward.

Chelsea may be signing Romelu Lukaku from Everton to replace an outgoing Diego Costa and have reached an agreement to sign Marcin Bulka the 16 year old shot stopper from FCB Escola Varsovia.

Last season one of our big predictions for the league winner market was a lay bet on Chelsea who where the favourites to win the league. With the whole season to go Chelsea’s odds just kept getting longer and longer increasing the value of the bet. Left to the end of the season it produced a nice profit. A back bet on Arsenal ‘cashed out’ before the end of the season did the same.

What are the predictions for 2016/17? Here is how we would lay out our mini sports book for the Premiership this season.

Let's Compare Bets big predictions for a mini sports book

Predictions for the Barclays Premier League 2016/17 seasonunratedEditor2016-08-07 23:08:02Deal making in the summer transfer window has been active for the big clubs this year. Manchester United have had an overhaul by Jose Mourinho cuttin…
Sports Fixed Odds BettingPredictions for the Barclays Premier League 2016/17 seasonDeal making in the summer transfer window has been active for the big clubs this year. Manchester United have had an overhaul by Jose Mourinho cuttin…
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Over 2.5 Goals: Who’s Hot in the European Leagues?

The Over 2.5 Goals market is the perfect market for fans of football statistics, and if you are going to bet on a regular basis, you should learn to love those stats!

With over a quarter of the season gone in most European leagues, there is now a good sample size of games available for analysis. This makes it much easier to spot reliable trends in all our favourite markets.

So who are the current top performers in the Over 2.5 Goals market? If we take a look at the English leagues and the most popular tiers of the top European and USA leagues, we get the following results.

When playing at home

If we look at teams with a strike rate of 85% or above, we get a list of 11 teams that excel in this category:

  • Bayern Munich (Bundesliga) – 100%
  • Borussia Dortmund (Bundesliga) – 100%
  • Sevilla (La Liga) – 100%
  • Colombus Crew SC (MLS Eastern) – 88.9%
  • Chesterfield (League One) – 87.5%
  • York City (League two) – 87.5%
  • Cagliari (Serie B) – 85.7%
  • Forfar Athletic (Scottish League One) – 85.7%
  • Freiburg (2. Bundesliga) – 85.7%
  • Rangers (Scottish Championship) – 85.7%
  • PEC Zwolle (Eredivisie) – 85.7%

European league trends

Over 2.5 Goals: Who’s Hot in the European Leagues?unratedNeil2016-01-18 08:12:06The Over 2.5 Goals market is the perfect market for fans of football statistics, and if you are going to bet on a regular basis, you should learn to l…
Football betting,Sports Fixed Odds BettingOver 2.5 Goals: Who’s Hot in the European Leagues?The Over 2.5 Goals market is the perfect market for fans of football statistics, and if you are going to bet on a regular basis, you should learn to l…
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Cheltenham offers from Boylesports

Cheltenham – Ch4 Cashback  – Refund as a Free Bet IF YOUR HORSE FINISHES 2ND to the SP Favorite in ANY Channel 4/RTE Race.

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Cheltenham offers from BoylesportsunratedEditor2015-03-07 14:08:25Cheltenham – Ch4 Cashback  – Refund as a Free Bet IF YOUR HORSE FINISHES 2ND to the SP Favorite in ANY Channel 4/RTE Race.

Applies to win singles …

Sports Fixed Odds BettingCheltenham offers from BoylesportsCheltenham – Ch4 Cashback  – Refund as a Free Bet IF YOUR HORSE FINISHES 2ND to the SP Favorite in ANY Channel 4/RTE Race.

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RBS Six Nations Preview 2015 – Ireland vs. England

Ireland vs. England

Sunday 1 March, 3:00pm

Aviva Stadium

Undoubtedly the standout game of Round 3 is the top-two battle between Ireland and England at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. England will be looking to make it five wins in a row against their rivals from across the sea, but despite that four-year unbeaten run – recent contests have been incredibly tight. Last year’s encounter between the two resulted in a 13-10 win for England at Twickenham and with little separating them on form; the Irish will be hoping that home advantage can make all the difference this year.

Stuart Lancaster will be without Mike Brown, who is still suffering the effects of knock sustained in the Round 2 match against Italy. The Harlequins full-back will be replaced by Alex Goode of Saracens, who will have the tough task of filling the marauding role so well executed by Brown.

The England team will not be officially announced until Friday but it is also expected that Jonny May will be replaced by Exeter winger Jack Nowell. These should be the only tweaks to an England side looking to build on their current form in what could be the title deciding match. The visitors have the highest point’s tally of any team at the tournament but on Sunday they will be up against the Six Nation’s meanest defence.

Ireland v England

RBS Six Nations Preview 2015 – Ireland vs. EnglandunratedNeil2015-03-01 07:59:47Ireland vs. England

Sunday 1 March, 3:00pm

Aviva Stadium

Undoubtedly the standout game of Round 3 is the top-two battle between Ireland and E…

Sports Fixed Odds BettingRBS Six Nations Preview 2015 – Ireland vs. EnglandIreland vs. England

Sunday 1 March, 3:00pm

Aviva Stadium

Undoubtedly the standout game of Round 3 is the top-two battle between Ireland and E…

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RBS Six Nations Preview 2015 – France vs. Wales

France vs. Wales

Saturday 28 February, 6:00pm

Stade de France

Both sides will be hoping to keep their championship hopes alive with victory in Paris on Saturday. France have defended well but struggled for points while Wales have scored and conceded heavily making this an intriguing contest.

Coach Philippe Saint-Andre will make a total of five changes for the clash against Wales. Pascal Pape has been banned for the rest of the tournament after he drove his knee into the back of Jamie Heaslip during the defeat to Ireland in the last round – he will be replaced in the lock position by Romain Taofifenua.

Centre Remy Lamerat has been brought in to take over from Mathieu Bastareaud who has been dropped to the bench, while Brice Dulin will take the place of full-back Scott Spedding who has been omitted from the squad altogether. Morgan Parra will fill the scrum-half position in place of the injured Rory Kockott.

Wales are fortunate to have comes out of the last round with no new injury worries and will be hoping to build on the positive aspects of their Murrayfield performance. A strong defensive display was let down by some lapses of concentration and poor decision making that Scotland failed to exploit. France may not be so generous in what should be a tight game on French soil.

This game could be decided from the boot and with Camille Lopez in fine form; the French will be looking to pounce on any kicking opportunities gifted to them by the Welsh. A disciplined and patient performance will be required from Warren Gatland’s men if they are to secure their second victory of the tournament. This one should be close but home advantage should push France over the line.

Prediction: France to win by 0-5 points.

RBS Six Nations Preview 2015 – France vs. WalesunratedNeil2015-02-26 04:54:19France vs. Wales

Saturday 28 February, 6:00pm

Stade de France

Both sides will be hoping to keep their championship hopes alive with victory i…

Sports Fixed Odds BettingRBS Six Nations Preview 2015 – France vs. WalesFrance vs. Wales

Saturday 28 February, 6:00pm

Stade de France

Both sides will be hoping to keep their championship hopes alive with victory i…

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