Monthly Archives: June 2021

Tough start for City as 2021-22 Premier League schedule released

Manchester City will have a tough opening couple of weeks to the 2021-22 Premier League season as the schedule was published on Wednesday. The defending champions begin their campaign with a trip to Tottenham Hotspur, whose new manager will be taking charge of the North London club in a competitive match for the first time. City then host newly promoted Norwich City, whom they lost one of their fixtures against in 2019-20 when the Canaries were last in the topflight.…
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A few things to know about football betting

If you're a sports betting enthusiast who hasn't started making bets online yet, there are a few things you should know first. It appears that getting started with online football betting is simple, and it is, for the most part. However, before you dive in, spend a few minutes learning what to do and what not to do: Online sports betting companies are different It's tempting to sign up with the first online sports book you come across, but they aren't…
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Best betting tips for Euros and Copa America this summer

The long-awaited Euro 2020 kicked off on Friday as Italy dismantled Turkey 3-0 in their Group A opener. With the European Championship getting underway and exciting betting bonuses like this LVBet bonus code to choose from, we have decided to dive into a variety of markets to give you the most attractive betting tips. Simultaneously, the Copa America 2021 is just around the corner, with all of South America's strongest teams expected to battle it out for the ultimate prize.…
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Man Utd bid for Sancho rejected

Manchester United have seen their opening bid of £67 million for Jadon Sancho rejected, according to reports. The Borussia Dortmund forward is coming off a less than spectacular season by the high standards he set, though eight goals and 11 assists in 26 Bundesliga appearances remains elite. Sancho has been linked with a move to the Premier League giants for over a year but they have failed to reach an agreement with his owners prior to Euro 2020. It is…
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How online sports betting operators use technology

Gone are the days when sports punters had to take a trip to a land-based sportsbook or a race track to place a wager. With the introduction of the internet and other advanced technologies, punters can wager at the comfort of their smartphones or laptops through the Betway online bookie. Besides the convenience of wagering from anywhere, sports punters can wager on different leagues, including the NHL, NFL, NBA, EPL, and NBA at any time of the day.  Here’s how…
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The Premier League season that has been

Following what was a disrupted and out-of-control 2020 season, as COVID-19 took the world and professional sports by storm, the English Premier League had a new but familiar champion as Liverpool reasserted their dominance. It was a deserved ending to the type of season Klopp's men were having and marked a victory for professional sports over a pandemic that rocked the very foundations of all established patterns in the world. What finishing the season did was also to set the…
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The early history of football in New Zealand

Football is the most popular team sport in the world and the most widely watched. In 2018, the FIFA World Cup, held once every four years, was viewed by 3.572 billion people across the world. This popularity holds true, not only for a global audience but for native New Zealanders too. While football may have begun in England, its popularity quickly spread across the globe. This means that, today, it transcends nations and borders, with teams hailing from every country imaginable.…
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Amazing stats from 60 years of European Championship history

It’s been a long time coming, but at last the waiting is almost over. Euro 2020 gets underway on 13 June 2021. It sounds bizarre, but UEFA were insistent on keeping the 2020 tag, as it signifies 60 years of tournament history. It’s a history that has seen 15 tournaments, 12 hosts and 10 winners, three of which are countries that no longer even exist. So before we get completely engrossed in the present day action, let’s take a look…
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England vs Austria betting preview

England face Austria on Wednesday in the first of two friendlies before Euro 2020. Gareth Southgate has already named his 33-man provisional squad for the summer’s tournament but will have to cut seven players from the list between now and the friendly. Austria have also qualified for Euro 2020 and manager Franco Foda has already named his squad for the finals. England’s first game at the tournament will be against Croatia on Sunday 13 June, whilst Austria face North Macedonia…
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