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14th February 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
Unfortunately for the event, the WTA Dubai this week has had two major withdraws. Both Angelique Kerber and Serena Williams (the two Australian Open finalist this year) have pulled out of the tournament, Williams will illness and Kerber with an injury. Caroline Wozniacki has also had to withdraw from the competition as well.
So that leaves a big clash at the head of the betting market, with the bookmakers expecting a pretty tight battle out in Dubai. Simona halep is running as 7/2 outright favourite. It’s been a really quiet season from the young Romanian who has played only two tournament, winning just two matches. She was supposed to be missing the Middle Eastern swing of the season to go and have nose surgery, but she put it off to compete in the Fed Cup and is back for her title defence in Dubai.
She wasn’t sure if she was going to be fit enough to take it on but she decided to have a crack at the title defence and gets a wildcard into the tournament. She is top seed though because of the withdrawal from Serena Williams. Also getting wildcards into the event are Petra Kvitova and Karolina Pliskova, both of them making late decisions to show up and play.
It was a win over Kvitova in the Fed Cup recently that inspired Halep to play in Dubai, although she did lose against Pliskova there. So it’s a pretty wide open field you would think and probably not enough momentum behind Halep to back her to go and win the thing. Spain’s Garbine Muguruza is pretty much in the same boat as 4/1 price as second suite, really not having done anything this season yet.
Kvitova was upset in the second round of the Australian Open and subsequently fired her coach and is flying solo at the moment, so it’s hard to know what to expect from her. Belinda Bencic has shown more than all of them so far this season, having the round of sixteen at the Australian Open, which followed a semi final exit at Sydney in her warm up, where she had to retire. Karolina Pliskova, a top rising talent like Bencic, hasn’t really gotten herself up and running either this term.
So a really wide open field here and you also have options like Ana Ivanovic, Roberta Vinci (who won the St Petersburg title on the weekend (beating Bencic in the final) and scrappers like Caroline Garcia and Jelena Jankovic. A tight market like this only screams value for punters.
WTA Dubai Tennis Betting Odds and Prediction
Simona Halep 7/2, Garbine Muguruza 4/1, Petra Kvitova 6/1, Belinda Bencic 15/2, Karolina Pliskova /1, Ana Ivanovic 20/1, Carla Suarez Navarro 20/1, Svetlana Kuznetsova 20/1, Robert Vinci 25/1, 33/1 bar
Tough to select a winner from this one. Out of the competitive bunch though, Bencic may be the one worth a flutter on. She went to the final of St Petersburg on the weekend and has done slightly better than any of the other main contenders in the field this season. It will also be interesting to see what Pliskova’s win over Halep in the recent Fed Cup battle will have done to kick start her season and could be worth a punt in the To Reach Final market at online betting site Bet Victor.
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27th November 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
There has been a change of marketing direction from bookmaker Bet Victor and their new tv ad campaign which goes under the theme of ‘Simple As’ will get its debut on Saturday at 5.28pm, Sky Sports 1, ahead of the Premier League clash between Leicester City and Manchester United.
The campaign was made by London based agency VCCP whose Vice Chairman Julian Douglas, said: “BetVictor offer something different in the gambling industry: great service and the best odds. And we wanted to reflect this difference in their advertising. So we’ve eschewed the conventions of the sector. No flashing lights, no geezers, no noise, no nonsense. Betting should be straightforward and fun: BetVictor. Simple As”
This means that Bet Victor moves away from their long-standing promotional character Maurice (played by Paul Kaye) as they look for a fresh and new creative approach.
Announcing the campaign, BetVictor marketing stated that it wanted to “reminding viewers of the BetVictor betting experience; simple and straightforward providing excellent value without the need for complex jargon.
Anton Bell Chief Marketing Officer for BetVictor commented on the launch of ‘Simple As’ saying “BetVictor has consistently offered the best odds on the Football League and Premier League for the last three and five years respectively. We concentrate on what we know is important to real bettors; good value, good product, great service and our new campaigns reflect this in an innovative way.”
26th September 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
Free Bets & Promotions
It is a big Saturday of World Cup 2015 rugby betting for punters to get their teeth into. In Pool D, Italy v Canada action kicks the day off and both will be looking to put their first win in the board in the group. Italy go as 1/8 favourites to claim the points. South Africa will have to dig deep to muster up a response to their shock defeat against Japan in Pool B. The Springboks take on the Samoa in the second game of the day.
Then of course it will be all eyes on Twickenham at 8pm on Saturday night when England v Wales betting takes centre stage. The Pool A action is a massive clash and with Australia firmly in the qualification mix from the pool then neither can afford to lose this one.
Place a bet of £5 or more on each of Saturday’s three Rugby World Cup games and Bet Victor will give you a free £5 bet!
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22nd September 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
Free Bets & Promotions
With the Rugby World Cup up and running and delivering one of the biggest shocks in the history of international rugby with Japan beating South Africa, online betting site Bet Victor have a great rugby betting promotion running to enhance the returns of punters. There’s a lot more hard-hitting action to come of course, with the final set to be played on November 1st.
New Zealand hold 11/10 favouritism at the head of the market, followed by host nation England at 4/1, with Australia at 7/1 and Ireland and South Africa at 9/1 to land the title.
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18th August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
Andy Murray’s victory over Novak Djokovic in the final of the Rogers Cup on the weekend finally added a bit of a drama to the season. Djokovic has pretty much dominated the entire season, winning both Wimbledon and the Australian Open as well as four ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events. So it was a big upset that he fell against Andy Murray in the final of the Rogers Cup in Montreal, especially as that was the first time since the 2013 final in Montreal against Murray that Djokovic had suffered a loss against the Brit.
So it shakes up betting on the US Open a little bit, but of course nothing drastically. This is the part of the season where Andy Murray should start coming into his own more and more and start to look stronger and stronger. It was a pretty strong start from him and now he has been moved in to a quote of 3/1 with online betting site Bet Victor to win the 2015 US Open title.
it was against Djokovic that Murray won the 2012 US Open Final, the first Grand Slam title of his career. But Murray hasn’t touched a Grand Slam title since winning Wimbledon 2013, a run of eight title-less Grand Slam appearances and just one appearance in the final of one (the 2015 Australian Open). But the win in Montreal has to have done something grand for his confidence and belief that maybe Novak Djokovic (6/5 favourite to win the US Open) isn’t so infallible as he seems.
Men’s US Open 2015 Betting Odds
Novak Djokovic 6/5, Andy Murray 3/1, Roger Federer 7/1, Stan Wawrinka 12/1, Rafael Nadal 12/1, Kei Nishikori 12/1, Marin Cilic 25/1, 33/1 bar
Of course, Djokovic, the world number one is still the one to beat, despite having won the title only once as well. That was back in 2011 and including that win for the Serbian, there has been a different winner in each of the last four editions of the US Open (Djokovic, Murray, Nadal, Cilic). So that does hint at there being the chance of upsets in this one, although Djokovic has been to the final on four of the last five editions of the event (W1 L3). Roger Federer is a 7/1 quote to land the title, with Stan Wawrinka, Rafael Nadal and Kei Nishikori all around the 12/1 mark, with reigning Champion Marin Cilic at 25/1.
Serena Williams, despite her upset against Belinda Benic in the Rogers Cup recently is the one to beat in the women’s draw. No surprise there. She is a six-time US Open Champion over her long career and needs one more to pull clear of Chris Evert’s six titles as well. Williams has won the last three editions of the US Open and has been in the final in five of the last eight editions. With the Australian Open, the French Open and Wimbledon in her pocket, she currently holds all four Grand Slam titles and is looking to complete a clean sweep of every major in 2015.
Women’s US Open 2015 Betting Odds
Serena Williams 6/5, Victoria Azarenka 7/1, Maria Sharapova 9/1, Simona Help 14/1, Belinda Bencic 20/1, Petra Kvitova 14/1, Garbine Muguruza 25/1, Caroline Wozniacki 25/1, 33/1 bar
Hard to find a genuine opposed to Williams. Victoria Azarenka has lost two of the last three finals against Williams and is a 7/1 quote to get her hands on the title at Flushing Meadows, with Maria Sharapova at 9/1. Simona Halep could have a lot of appeal being such a strong hard court player and she goes as big 14/1 each way value in US Open 2015 betting.
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21st May 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
Premier League Betting
Chelsea v Sunderland Betting Preview
The Black Cats can head to Stamford Bridge in something of a party mood. They picked up the survival point they needed at Arsenal in the week, and emotionally and physically draining game for them after such struggles this season. So their eye may be off the ball a bit and Chelsea will be keen to finish their title season with a bang, or at least by maintaining their unbeaten home record.
Head on over to online betting site Bet Victor for some great acca insurance coverage for your football betting. Build yourself a fivefold or bigger on the Both Teams To Score market and if just the one leg of your wager lets you down, then Bet Victor will give your a free bet back up to the maximum value of £25. New customers registering an account with bet Victor can earn up to a free £25 bet as a welcome bonus too!
Chelsea v Sunderland Betting Tips
Chelsea would probably like to sign off with a celebratory win in front of their home fans. But more importantly for Mourinho, and something which will likely dial back a possibility of Chelsea coming out and turning on the style, will be to keep their unbeaten home record this season intact. The Blues lost 3-0 at West Brom on Monday night, a defeat which ended their 16 match unbeaten streak which saw them breeze to the title. That loss was only the second time in their last 23 league matches in which they failed to score. Chelsea have not been behind at half time in any home match this season and have been leading at half time in 11 of them. The last four home wins that Chelsea have taken at the Bridge have all been by a one goal margin. The Blues are 11/4 to win by one goal at Bet Victor. Diego Costa is 4/6 favourite in the anytime goalscorer market, with Hazard, Remy and Drogba all even money.
The Black Cats have earned the right to stay in the top flight. They put a huge effort in on Wednesday night at Arsenal to come away with a 0-0 draw. That keeps them safe from the drop, but you wonder if all the mental and physical effort they put into that will see them a bit tired for their trip to Stamford Bridge. The pressure is off so the intensity won’t be there. Sunderland are unbeaten in their last five league games played now, losing just one of their last seven. They have picked up three clean sheets on the bounce now and a half time draw is at 11/8, and they have been level at half time in 13 of their 18 away games this season. They won at the Bridge last season, but aren’t likely to repeat that with just one win in their last ten away games.
Chelsea v Sunderland Betting Odds
Chelsea 1/3, Draw 4/1, Sunderland 8/1
Chelsea v Sunderland Predictions
The Blues are unbeaten at home this season and Jose Mourinho will do everything in his powers to ensure that it stays that way. That probably means that this isn’t going to a particularly open or exciting game to watch. As is usual with Chelsea, look for them to sneak a dull one goal margin victory.
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2nd May 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
Free Bets & Promotions
It could be a massive weekend in the Premier League. Chelsea step out into action at Stamford Bridge against Crystal Palace on Sunday, looking for the final three points that will see them get their hands on their title. Jose Mourinho’s men are unbeaten at home this season, and with Palace losing their last two games, it’s pretty reasonable to assume that the efficient Blues will take maximum points.
Manchester City go into action later on Sunday as they head to White Hart Lane to face Spurs. Man City have scored five goals in two of their last three visits to the Lane, and thumped the Lilywhites at the Etihad this season, Sergio Aguero netting all four goals in a 4-1 victory for the Citizens.
New customers registering an account with Bet Victor can take enhanced odds of 4/1 on both Chelsea and Man City to win on Sunday. That is up from the industry standard of 7/4.
Great promotion adding a lot of value to your football betting. Open a new account with BetVictor through our special promotional links and place your FIRST BET as a double on Chelsea & Man City to win, 90 minute (win/draw/win) market only. The maximum stake on the enhanced odds price is £10.
28th April 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
There is suddenly a two way race in the LMA Manager of the year 2014/15 betting. Who will be crowned the best manager in the country? This is the league manager of the year award and it is voted on by fellow manager and the winner can come from any of the top four professional leagues in England.
With Chelsea running close to a Premier League title, and with them and the other English entrants in the UEFA Champions League this season all bombing before the quarter final stage, the winning manager of the Premier League was always likely to be a frontrunner for the title. That is the case, with Jose Mourinho running at a quote of 11/8 for the honour, especially with the Blues not having lost at home this season.
But a new contender has flown up the charts after having a heavy price cut and that is Eddie Howe. Thanks to his exploits in earning Bournemouth promotion to the top flight, Howe has been trimmed heavily into a price of 7/4 with online betting site Bet Victor. He has done a highly impressive job with the Cherries making them a wonderfully skilled attacking powerhouse. It paid dividends when they beat Bolton 3-0 at Dean Court on Monday to book their place in next season’s Premier League.
Beyond that you have Ronald Koeman at 5/1 and Alan Pardew at 6/1 and then everyone else in the country is in double figures. So a straight shot between Jose Mourinho and Eddie Howe. You know who would win the popularity stakes, so will it be the enterprising Howe to pip the tactical genius of Mourinho to the title?
24th March 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
Euro 2016 Betting
England v Lithuania Betting Preview
There should no alarms and no surprises on England’s return to the international scene. They entertain Lithuania in a Euro 2016 Group E qualification match, and with Roy Hodgson’s men having already taken four wins from four, a game against a slumping Lithuania side shouldn’t snap their 100% record so far.
New customers at online betting site Bet Victor can take enhanced odds of 3/1 on England to beat Lithuania. This is open to new customers only, who strike their first bet on the new account of a maximum of £10 on England to beat Lithuania at the regular listed price at Bet Victor (1/8). If the bet wins, you will be paid at the regular odds in cash and then get credited with extra winnings in promotion cash.
England v Lithuania Betting Tips
It is England’s first game back together since their friendly in Scotland towards the back end of last year. It is a comfortable fixture for them to return too as well after having made such a positive start to Euro 2016 qualification, winning all four matches played so far. This should be another maximum points haul for them. England have actually won their last six games in a row, their four Euro 2016 qualifiers sandwiched in between friendly triumphs over Norway and Scotland. The Three Lions have scored eleven goals in their four qualifiers so far, and have conceded just the one.
England’s two games at Wembley in the group produced a 3-1 win over second placed Slovenia and a 5-0 win over San Marino. Daniel Sturridge misses with an injury, but England still have great options with Raheem Sterling, Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck and new call up Harry Kane. If Hodgson can get all of them clicking, then England’s attacking future is in good hands, especially when Sturridge is back too. Would run with Rooney as a 3/1 First Goalscorer option as he has scored seven in his last eight England games. With Harry Kane unlikely to get the start, he is better value at 4/5 in the anytime goalscorer market.
As for Danny Welbeck, he is the Euro 2016 qualifiers joint top goalscorer with five goals so far and heavily trusted by the boss. England and Lithuania have never met before, and it was Lithuania who along with England, came out of the blocks firing with two wins in their opening two qualification games, beating San Marino and Estonia. However, defeats against Slovenia and Switzerland and then a 0-0 draw in a friendly against the Ukraine has seen their bubble burst. They have failed to score in any of their last three matches played and shouldn’t pose too much of a threat to the Three Lions at Wembley.
England v Lithuania Betting Odds
England 1/10, Draw 9/1, Lithuania 22/1
England v Lithuania Predictions
Should be all fairly routine for England. There are an easy three points on offer for them here and being such a solid qualification side, you wouldn’t expect any upsets here, not with England’s attacking option. Back England to win to nil for 1/2 and Wayne Rooney is hard to ignore as First Goalscorer.
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10th March 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category:
It is time for the biggest horse racing festival betting around, as the action packed week from the Cheltenham Festival 2015 kicks off on Tuesday, with an exciting looking Supreme Novices Hurdle, in which there should be a fantastic battle between favourite Douvan and L’Ami Serge. So with all the races to come from Prestbury Park, where to find the best Cheltenham Festival free bets and special offers?
There is a big focus on the opening day of the Festival and you can pick up a free bet on the opening race of the Festival, the Supreme Novices with online bookmaker Skybet. Back a selection in the field and if your horse doesn’t win, then you can get a free bet up to the value of £25. The same offer applies to Wednesday’s Neptune, Thursday’s JLT Novices’ and Friday’s Triumph Hurdle, so you can take insurance on the opening race of each day of the Festival.
Trainer Willie Mullins could be set for a huge first day as he has favourites Douvan, Faugheen and Un De Sceaux running in the Supreme Novices, Champion Hurdle and Arkle respectively. New customers at Bet Victor can take enhanced odds of 6/1 on Mullins to win a race on day one of the Cheltenham Festival 2015, and there appears to be a pretty solid chance of that happening with the trainer bang in form.
Cheltenham Festival free bets & special offers 2015
So there is plenty around in Cheltenham Festival free bets & special offers 2015 and online betting site Paddy Power have a couple of big promotions up for the opening day of action. They are offering a money back special if Douvan wins the Supreme Novices and one if Un De Sceaux wins the Arkle. In a new welcome bonus offer, you can take 5/1 enhanced odds on Un De Sceaux to win the Arkle.
Ladbrokes are running insurance on Sprinter Sacre in Wednesday’s Queen Mother Champion Chase. If the favourite comes home first or second in the race, then you will get a lost stake refund on every other horse in the field. Big offer there for an exciting race, where Sprinter Sacre tries and proves that he is still the best in the business on his comeback to Cheltenham.
So always shop around for extra value on your horse racing betting through finding Cheltenham Festival free bets and specials. It is a great way to try and boost your earning or pick up insurance on markets so that you can at least get a lost stake refund on a market. It It is an important extra facet for your Cheltenham Festival 2015 betting.
Don’t forget the basic coverage that you can find on horse racing coverage at the likes of online betting site Bet365. There you can pick up Non Runner No Bet, Best Odds Guaranteed and Price Promise on all Cheltenham 2015 races, so that you know that you are getting the best prices possible whichever selection that you are looking at. Bet365 also offer up to a free £200 bet as a welcome bonus for new customers.