The Chelsea steam train keeps rolling along very nicely indeed after another win last weekend, which made them the only club in English football to have a 100% record. Can they show the same form in the Champions League?
Who doesn’t love the Champions League music? Arsenal and Dortmund will be happy to get out have a little jig to it, take a point and move on. 5/2 for the top teams in the group to settle qualification elsewhere.
Champions League Betting tips and preview ahead of Liverpool’s opening Champions League game against Ludogorets Razgrad on Tuesday.
It is now a little under a month since Man Utd hosted Swansea for the first game of the season. However, those weeks have been some of the most activity-laden weeks in United transfers for a long, long time. To most fans, it is almost beginning to feel like a brand new start to the season, with huge names such as Falcao and Di Maria in and stars like Welbeck well and truly out.
Chelsea against Swansea normally sounds like it should be a walk in the park for the London side, but that is not the case this weekend as the Welsh side come into the match in brilliant form, having also won their opening three games while conceding just one goal.
These two teams have not had the best of starts to the season. Everton, who are yet to win, take on West Brom, who are also winless. And Adrian Chiles is also a West Brom fan, so they need all the help they can get.
Following a rather untimely and unwanted international break current title-holders Manchester City are set to face Arsenal at the Emirates on Saturday. Can they claim another big win?
A south coast ding dong could end with both knocked out after some heavy hitting. Plenty of huff, puff and goals await. Graziano Pelle can fill our pockets again. He is 5/1 to open the scoring.
A strong in-form Liverpool take on the surprisingly impressive Aston Villa this weekend at Anfield. It truly looks like a case of an unstoppable force meeting an immovable object.
Tottenham will be licking their wounds after another heavy defeat to a big side and, as a result, Sunderland could be on the end of a backlash when the two sides meet this weekend
What is worse ? Arsenal’s record against top teams or Wayne Rooney’s haircut. Well, it looks like both are improving and that could be good news for the Gunners this weekend
Given the title of "the most interesting club in football at the moment" by a colleague at Titan Bet, Man Utd are creating headlines once again. Now that the dust has settled on one of the most frantic transfer deadline days in Premier League history, we can analyse what may be in store for the 13-time EPL champions.
Like many people on Tuesday night, I couldn’t quite believe what I was witnessing. It was not just the defeat of Manchester United, but it was the total collapse of everything that they once represented.
Earlier in the week I wrote an article on the best transfers in the Premier League this season and focused on the big money moves. However, there have been some great signings from the smaller sides in the league, who are either pushing for European football or simply trying to stay in the top-flight.
Have you ever poked someone in the eye? Maybe. Given someone the finger? Possibly. Dropkicked a man for looking at you weirdly? Really? You have?! Well then you deserve to get on this list of the dirtiest footballers in the world.
There is still time to go in the transfer window but, in the meantime, we take a look at the best Premier League signings so far. Part one concentrates on the big money moves this summer.
Hello again, pretty faces! Have you all been yearning for some sort of football fix like a caged monkey yearning for freedom (I just watched the new “Planet of the Apes” film hence the analogy)? Well, so have I and watching pre-season games such as Arsenal vs Boreham Wood doesn’t quite do it for me.
Well dear friends, it looks like our time together has come to an end. The Germans went ahead and won it and this last month has left us with so many great memories. In this video I hope to help you re-live those memories as I try and replicate the greatest moments of the World Cup 2014 in Brazil. Enjoy
The Germans. We should always remember to trust the Germans in tournament football, and they didn’t even need penalties this time.
Do we look back at this World Cup and see the self-destruction of Brazil? The worst ever England performance at an international tournament? And another instance of Luis Suarez feeling peckish?
Best Job in The World Winner, Ollie Silverton gives us his daily previews for the World Cup along with his betting tips.