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When Liverpool reluctantly agreed to allow striker Luis Suarez to join Barcelona, their fans could be forgiven for thinking that they needed to replace the irreplaceable. After a year when he was involved in a large proportion of their 101 league goals, and almost added a Premier League medal to his PFA and Football Writers’ Association Player of the Year Awards, there were not many in the world game who could even hope to emulate the Uruguayan. However, manager Brendan Rodgers did manage to replace Suarez in the transfer window, in more ways than one.

Mario Balotelli promises not only to find the back of the net after his transfer to Liverpool, but also to find his way into hot water. On one side, the 24 year old Italian international is a proven goalscorer. He scored 20 goals in 54 games in his last spell in England for Manchester City, and then managed an impressive 26 goals in only 43 games for AC Milan. His goals-to-game ratio for the Italian club only just falls short of that achieved by Suarez in a Liverpool shirt, who had a record of 69 in 110 matches.

Unfortunately for Rodgers, goalscoring is not the only part of Balotelli’s game, and his ability to attract controversy can only be matched by the man who he is replacing.

Balotelli controversy and not goals?

His disciplinary record for Manchester City was very poor at best, having received 4 red cards in his career there – an average of one every 13 appearances. Add in training ground bust-ups with his former manager Roberto Mancini, and a tendency to live a life without any regard for the consequences off the pitch, Liverpool have paid 16 million pounds for a player who can implode at any moment. Luis Suarez twice received a lengthy ban for his unacceptable actions on the field, first for racially abusing Patrice Evra and secondly biting the arm of Branislav Ivanovic, but if any man can emulate his time spent banned on the touchline, it is Mario Balotelli.

After finishing second in the league last season, there was an expectation for Liverpool to challenge in the top four again this season. After losing Suarez, despite bringing in a number of players, the task of achieving this seemed to be a daunting one. After seeing title rivals Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City all improve their team, there is no doubt that Rodgers felt that he needed to follow suit in order to keep his club amongst Europe’s elite. Balotelli’s is 6/5 shot with Bet Victor to go under 9/5 goals, and the bookmaker has set him at 5/6 for over/under 11.5 goals for the season.

Rodgers has faith that Balotelli has now matured, and that ‘the focus is very much on his football’. If he is proved right, then the maverick Italian might just lead his new side to another successful season. If the move backfires however, and Balotelli spends more time off the pitch than on it, then a lack of Champions League football might well be returning to Anfield next season.

There’s time to grow into the season for Balotelli, but he hasn’t looked to be the answer for Liverpool so far. Liverpool are a distant 16/1 shot at online bookmaker Bet Victor to win the Premier League and are 25/1 shots to win the Champions League. A far cry from the offensive threat that Suarez’s goals would have priced them in shorter at.

17th September 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Euro 2016 Betting

Germany v Scotland Betting Preview

What a tough opener for the Scots in their Euro 2016 qualification campaign. They head out to the Allianz Arena looking for such an unlikely win that online betting site Bet Victor have Scotland at 18/1 to pick up maximum points in the game. Germany were hammered by Argentina in a friendly during the week, but will that result just have poked the bear, which Gordon Strachan’s men will feel the backlash of?

Germany are heavy 2/13 favourites to win the match with online betting site Bet Victor, who run great insurance on Both Teams To Score accas. Build a five fold or bigger on selection from that market, and if just one leg of the bet lets you down, then the bookmaker will give you a free bet up to £25

Germany v Scotland Betting Tips

How do Scotland get anything out of this trip to face the World Champions? The last time that Scotland were on show, was in a 2-2 friendly draw against Nigeria back in May. It has been a long wait for them to get back to competitive action after a disappointing World Cup 2014 qualifying campaign. This does look to be a bit of a thankless task for Gordon Strachan’s men, but they did produced some better results over the second half of last season. They rounded out their World Cup qualification with back to back wins over Macedonia and Croatia, then in a run of four friendly matches, drew against the USA and Nigeria, as well as taking away wins over Norway and Poland.

Scotland are unbeaten in their last six matches now (W4 D2). If they are going to get through their trial against Germany unscathed, you have to look at the Scottish defence to stand tall. Scotland have kept four clean sheet in their last six matches, but of course, facing sides like Germany is a whole different proposition. Scotland have scored in each of their last five away games, so worth looking at this game going over 2.5 goals pretty comfortably. The head to head between the two is much closer than you would imagine, with Germany edging it 6-4, with five drawn matches. The last time they met was in 2003 in the Euro 2004 qualifiers, with Scotland taking a 1-1 home draw and then narrowly losing 2-1 in Dortmund.

It is somewhat of a new look Germany which fell 4-0 down after 50 minutes in a friendly against Argentina in the week. The Albiceleste, inspired by Angel di Maria ran riot, even though Germany had more than enough chances to match them, and pulled a couple of goals back. When it comes to important matches though, Germany are just a different machine. They played eighteen games last season, winning eleven and losing none. The defeat against Argentina was their first loss since a friendly defeat against the USA back in the middle of 2013. Joachim Low’s men still have tremendous firepower and expect the wounded beats to respond, with Thomas Muller, Mario Gomez, Marco Reus, Mario Gotze, Andre Schurrle and Lukas Podolski all around the even money mark to score in the game.

Germany v Scotland Betting Odds

Germany 2/13, Draw 15/2, Scotland 18/1

Germany v Scotland Predictions

While Germany’s defeat against Argentina may have given the Scots a bit of hope, it may have happened at the wrong time for them. You are going to see a far more efficient Germany, who will be prepared for this game. The options that they have available is still so envious and tough to see the much improved Scots pulling off a shock. No value in Germany, so look elsewhere, where a Germany 3-1 in the Correct Score market at online bookmaker Bet Victor looks interesting at 9/1.

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5th September 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Euro 2016 Betting

Football Betting

France v Spain Betting Preview

Another big European friendly clash on Thursday night, as France and Spain come together. They were paired together in the World Cup 2014 qualifiers and the French pushed the Spaniards hard, but still came out second best. But with their respective performances at the finals, Les Bleus are running as 6/4 favourites with online betting site Bet Victor for this one, leaving Spain handing out an unfamiliar price of 2/1.

There are some great looking international friendly matches around during the week and online bookmaker Bet Victor have good insurance for accas going, to take advantage of. Place a five fold or bigger on the Both Teams To Score market, if just one leg lets you down, then Bet Victor will give you a free bet up to £25.

France v Spain Betting Tips

The French were clearly the better of the two sides at the 2014 World Cup, with Spain embarrassingly crashing out in the group stage as defending champions. They played each other twice during World Cup qualification, with France losing 1-0 at home after taking a 1-1 draw out in Spain. So very tight margins between the two and would expect that to continue as well by backing the game to go under 2.5 goals for a price of 4/7 with online betting site Bet Victor. The last five meetings have all gone under the mark.

So how much value are France, considering that they haven’t won any of the last five games against the Spaniards. Quite a bit, despite that run of form. They will have more of the settled squad as Spain look to rebuild themselves after their World Cup humiliation. France will be without Olivier Giroud so it could be to new Chelsea man Loic Remy at 2/1 or Karim Benzema for the same price that punters will look to for value for the French to get on the scoresheet. Games like this are going to be important for France now, who won’t have competitive qualification matches as they are the hosts of Euro 2016. So Didier deschamps has to keep momentum going with friendly wins.

Where do Spain go after World Cup 2014? Vicente del Bosque has remained in his job, which is nice after all that he has done for them. Three is a much younger looking squad in attendance, with the likes of Xavi, Fernando Torres, David Villa and Xabi Alonso out of the picture. They still have an envious midfield, with the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Andres Iniesta, Isco and Koke in there. It is to the youngsters that Spain really have to look now to fill the hole. They do still look a bit short up top, with just Pedro and Diego Costa being joined by the uncapped Paco Alcacer for this one. Costa, with his great early form for Chelsea, is a 2/1 shot in the anthem goalscorer market.

France v Spain Betting Odds

France 6/4, Spain 2/1, Draw 11/5

France v Spain Predictions

Punters have to be looking forward to this one, just to see what becomes of Spain. They really have to turn to their youngsters, and they could be there for the taking by France, as it could take some time for the new Spanish set up to come together. More than enough value on France to take the win at 6/4, but don’t expect Spain to give this game away, so it will probably be tight.

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2nd September 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Rooney-Van Persie (Manchester United)

Manchester United v Inter Milan Betting Preview

It’s more Italian opposition for Mmanchester United at the International Champions Cup. After holding off Roma for a 3-2 win in their opener, the Red Devils turn their attention to Inter Milan, who edged out Real Madrid in a penalty shoot out in their group opener. So a top of the group clash in the race for top spot. Who will take control?

Manchester United v Inter Milan Betting Tips

Well, after a flurry of three goals scored in the first half against Roma, Manchester United failed to any of the basics correctly in the second half, and Roma almost fought back for a point. Louis van Gaal’s men got out with a 3-2 win, but the new boss was heavily critical of his side, pointing fingers at his playmakers Juan Mata, Ander Herrera and Shinji Kagawa for producing poor passing displays.

Mata did score in the game, while Wayne Rooney netted a brace in the match though, and the England man is an 8/11 shot in the anytime goalscorer market against Inter.

The win over Roma followed up a 7-0 victory in a friendly against LA Galaxy, so at least it has been a positive start in terms of results for Van Gaal. But he is going to need to get his players sharper, as really only Wayne Rooney was the bright spark of the team.

The Red Devils have good history against Inter Milan as they are unbeaten in four previous competitive matches against the Italians. United have taken two wins and two draws from those four meetings and so should be backable enough to shoot for the win in this one. Would expect the game to go over 2.5 goals again, because United still look weak at the back.

Inter Milan dug in against Real Madrid in their opening group match and got their rewards. They tied up the game from a spot kick following Gareth Bale’s opener for Madrid, twenty minutes from time. That’s the way it finished, and Inter edged it in a shootout. Still, there was nothing really there from the Italians for Manchester United to really worry about, as they didn’t raise a big threat in the game against what was largely a Real Madrid B side. Their best routes to goal are going to be from set pieces against United, but other than that, a draw looks about the best option that they could achieve out of 90 minutes.

Manchester United v Inter Milan Betting Odds

Manchester United 13/10, Inter 2/1, Draw 12/5

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Manchester United v Inter Milan Predictions

Teams are still looking for some pre-season sharpness and it is hot out on the US, which is probably why United laboured in their win. Still, they have Rooney who looks sharp and there’s a match winner for you. Inter Milan are lacking one, so stick with the Red Devils at decent value to edge the victory at Bet Victor.

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28th July 2014 / Lee - Category: Football Betting

Sports Betting

Back in 2002 at the World Match Play, Phil Taylor landed the first ever 9 dart finish in the history of the tournament. Roll on twelve years and The Power was at it again, as he ramped up a big finish against Michael Smith to move into the quarter finals. After losing the first two legs of the match, Taylor kicked into gear, carding three 126 checkouts to win six legs on the bounce to move ahead.

It was in the ninth leg that Taylor fired off his nine-darter, hitting 180, 177 and finishing off 144 with two treble-twenties and a double 12. The master proved that he is still strong, still fighting and that Blackpool is something of his darting spiritual home.

Big night for Taylor at the Winter Gardens, who started the tournament as second favourite behind Michael van Gerwen. But the tables have been turned now as Taylor moves on to face Wes Newton in the final eight. Newton pulled off a remarkable victory of his own as he came from 5-0 down and survived five match darts against Paul Nicholson before winning 15-13. That was a draining match though, the last thing that you need before taking on Phil Taylor.

Taylor, the 14-time World Matchplay darts champion has taken over supremacy of the market at 7/4 with Bet Victor , with Mighty Mike coming in at 2/1. The two big guns in the field would avoid each other until the final, with Van Gerwen taking on Dave Chisnall in his quarter final.

Bet Victor 2014 World Matchplay Darts Odds

Phil Taylor 7/4, Michael van Gerwen 2/1, Adrian Lewis 6/1, James 8/1, Simon Whitlock 16/1, Dave Chisnall 22/1, Wes Newton 66/1

24th July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Europa League

Aberdeen v Groningen Europa League Betting

Did Aberdeen miss their big chance in the first leg at home? That will be the big question surrounding this one, because they certainly had their chances to win the first match at Pittodrie. Dereke McInnes’s men took all of the possession in the match, but their production in the final third just was not there and time and time again they came up short.

After beating Latvia’s Daugava Riga 8-0 on aggregate in the first qualifying round, the Dons were expected to come out in decent form and make a good fist of things up front against Groningen. It didn’t happen, although granted this was far sterner opposition. They are going to need to be a lot sharper up top away from home now, in what is a tricky looking tie for them. Still, at least there is the potential of away goals.

This is the first time in seven years that Groningen have being in European competition, and they had decent spells in the first leg when they were on top. But they didn’t look as if they could sustain pressure for too long and they eventually fell away again as Aberdeen came back into it. The Dons now need a score draw or better on Thursday night to try and make it through to the third qualifying round.

Aberdeen as far out as 4/1 with online betting site Bet Victor for this one, which puts them as underdogs. Groningen look pretty evenly matched up against the Scottish outfit, and you can’t help but think about those squandered chances from the Dons in the first leg. Groningen are running as heavy 13/20 odds on favourites to take the win. Based on the performances of the first leg, look to go under 2.5 goals on the goals total, it could be a long defensive night for Aberdeen.

Thursday night is packed once again with Europa League matches and this means that it is a good chance to build an Acca for yourself. Place a fivefold or bigger on the Both Teams To Score market and if just one leg of the bet lets you down, then Bet Victor will give you a free bet back up to £25!

23rd July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Europa League

Bet Victor

The next big darts betting tournament of the season gets underway on the 19th, as the Blackpool Winter Gardens once again host the World Matchplay. Phil Taylor has been the king of the tournament having won fourteen of the twenty editions played so far. The Power has won the last six editions of the tournament on the bounce now and is running at a price of 3/1 with Bet Victor to get his hands back on the title.

That puts Phil Taylor as second favourite behind “Mighty Mike” Michael van Gerwen who is a 2/1 shot. Dutchman van Gerwen has taken a lot of backing as he is rapidly taking over supremacy in the game. With inconsistencies creeping into Taylor’s game as the year’s roll by, Van Gerwen is now the man to beat. With Van Gerwen running as outright favourite, it makes Bet Victor’s shot of 2/1 on a Dutch player to win the 2014 World Matchplay darts, great value.

It provides extra coverage with Raymond van Barneveld potentially in the hunt for the title as well. Barneveld had a great season in the Premier League this year and found a new lease of life with consistency. With him being a 14/1 shot in the World Matchplay outright winner betting market, making him part of the big six (Taylor, Van Gerwen, Adrian Lewis, Gary Anderson and James Wade) then the double coverage at Bet Victor on a Dutchman winning in Blackpool is well worth snapping up.

18th July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News


Get double and triple winnings on single bets places on the first goalscorer market at the 2014 World Cup at Bwin. This great offer from the bookie applies to all of the remaining games to come in the World Cup and with the First Goalscorer market always offering fantastic odds, it is the chance to pick up some serious winnings.

There have been goals flying in everywhere in a fantastic tournament so far, with teams looking to attack. The quarter finals are here and the action in the final eight kicks off with Brazil v Colombia on July 4th, and that should be a fantastic duel between the two South American nations. Will Neymar carry Brazil further, or will Colombia’s James Rodriguez help pull off a shock?

If you back the correct player in the First Goalscorer Market on the match and that player then goes on to net a second at anytime in the game, then you will be paid out double winnings. If that successful first goalscorer goes on to net a hat trick in the game, then that is triple winnings coming your way.

There have been a clutch of players scoring braces in matches and there have been two World Cup hat tricks so far, one from Germany’s Thomas Muller and one from Switzerland’s Xherdan Shaqiri. This fantastic offer from Bwin can be a great way to boost your winnings from World Cup 2014 betting.


1st July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Bookmaker News

Online betting site Bet Victor have come up trumps at the 2014 World Cup, thanks to their increasingly popular new twist on live in-play betting. Their “Minute To Win It” offering has proven to be a massive hit for the bookmaker at the World Cup. In-play betting has reached an all-time high at the World Cup this year, but Bet Victor have excelled with pushing out some innovative new offerings on the platform, offering their customers high frequency, micro bets.

The focus of this, as the name suggests, are micro bets which are offered live in-play odds on occurrences which may happen in just a minute-long period of a match. With the turnover of bets being settled in sixty seconds, the wagering options such as throw-ins, free kicks, goal kicks, red cards, yellow cards, goals, etc gives the punter a high frequency turnover.

This rapid fire betting just involves the punter more, because it keeps involvement higher as opposed to regular in-play betting, where you could be waiting for a long period of the game for someone to score a goal for example, or are waiting on the outcome of the match for a correct score bet.

This new rapid involvement and interaction has proven to be highly popular for Bet Victor. The “Minute to Win It” product is available on all World Cup matches, and it could be expanded out on to mobile devices and it could get a run through the domestic regular season too.

BetVictor “Minute to Win It” has exceeded the expectations of Eoin Ryan, head of the sportsbook. He commented, “We believe there is a big opportunity and the early feedback and uptake would suggest that is the case. These markets are unique, they are immediately settled as each minute elapses and they offer a customer a new and exciting way to follow the action.”

1st July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News

Wembley Stadion

Carl Froch v George Groves II boxing betting headlines Saturday night’s action in London. The two go head to head again for the Super Middleweight title, a fight which was initiated by the IBF after Groves had complained about how the previous bout had been drawn to a conclusion.

Six months ago in Manchester, the referee had stopped the fight in the ninth round, with Froch pounding Grooves on the ropes. The referee jumped in, much to the consternation of challenger Groves, who denied being in trouble. What further initiated frustration, was the fact that Groves was ahead with all three judges at the time, and had knocked Froch down in the first.

Champion Froch had struggled to handle the awkward style and the speed out of the blocks from Groves, the underdog dominating the centre of the ring, Froch having to take a lot of steps backward. What will he have learned from that fight? Surely he will come back with some new tactics to deal with Groves.

Online betting site Bet Victor have a great money back special running for your Carl Froch v George Groves betting. If either boxer gets knocked out, then the bookmaker will refund ALL LOSING Bets as a free bet up to £25. Froch is 11/8 to get the knockout win, with Groves at 3/1 to land the knockout.

Paddy Power are also running a Froch v Groves betting special, as they will refund all losing Round Betting bets on the fight, if the bout ends in the last three rounds. New customers can get Froch at 9/2, or Groves at 5/1 currently.

Betfred have joined the betting promotions for the much anticipated boxing bout. Will history repeat itself? If Carl Froch is knocked down by George Groves but then goes on to win by a knockout or total knockout, then Betfred will refund all losing round betting, round group betting and method of victory bets up to £50


29th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

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