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Gary Gowers

Sports Writer

Contributor Since 2019 ·

Once an accountant, Gary swapped the calculator for the keyboard and now writes about a variety of sports, primarily European soccer (or football). The fan-turned-writer has been featured on European television and radio networks to discuss several professional football clubs. As a graduate from the British College of Journalism, Maple Academy, and Lowestoft College, Gary is highly educated in sports journalism. His work can be found in an assortment of publications like The Metro, MyFootballWriter.com, BBC Radio Norfolk, and When Saturday Comes magazine.

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Soccer

Most Recent

Napoli vs Barcelona UCL Round of 16 Leg 1 Odds & Pick

Red-hot Lionel Messi and Barcelona enter as favorites in their UEFA Champions League Round-of-16 tie against Napoli. We look at the odds and predict if the home Italian side, who have a tendency to concede too many goals, has betting value for an upset in Leg 1.

Ligue 1 Odds & Picks on Matchday 26: Marseille Odds-On to Dismiss Nantes

It’s Matchday 26 in Ligue 1 and, while PSG have done their usual trick of running away with the title, there is still loads to play for in terms of the European places and the dreaded relegation zone. As a result, there’s plenty of betting value to be had in this season’s Ligue 1, so we’ll have a look to see if we can find some in this weekend’s games.

Inter Milan vs AC Milan Serie A Matchday 23 Odds & Pick: AC a Tempting +280 for ‘Away’ Win

It’s the Derby della Madonnina in Milan this Sunday on February 9, 2:45 pm EST with Inter taking on AC. For Inter this is a chance to reassert their title credentials, having had a recent dip and fallen four points behind Juventus. For AC it’s a chance to make ground on the top four and close in on the places that would earn them a Champions League slot for next season.

West Ham vs Liverpool Premier League January 29 Odds & Pick

Liverpool’s lead at the top of the Premier League is unassailable, even with 15 games still to go, but the Champions-elect still have one massive challenge on their hands – to go the whole EPL season unbeaten. Not since Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal ‘Invincibles’ went unbeaten in 2003/04 has it been achieved, so this is very much on Jurgen Klopp’s radar.