While some of the major European leagues are only now taking steps towards a tentative return to action, the Belarus Premier League has never stopped and is now up to Matchday 11. As always, we’ll list the odds for all of the scheduled fixtures, pick out three of the top games to preview, and offer some picks.
It’s the Belarusian Cup Final this weekend with BATE Borisov meeting Dinamo Brest in the Dinamo Stadium, Minsk on Sunday, May 24, KO 10:00 am EST. Will BATE defeat Brest for the second time in just four days?
While the coronavirus outbreak has decimated sport across the globe, life in the eastern European state of Belarus has, through the choice of their government, remained largely unaffected. So much so, they are now heading into week three of the new Belarus Premier League season with their stadiums still open to spectators.
Real Madrid Favored as Team to Sign Each of Håland, Jesus, Kane, Mbappe, Pogba & Sterling Before Sept. 1
Odds have been released on where some of Europe’s top players will sign before September 1st. We breakdown who may be available and their most likely destination here.
With world soccer in virtual shutdown, the big question for those who love a soccer bet is where and when will it all start again. And when it starts again, who will be first to get on the scoresheet.
The Coronavirus pandemic has thrown the sports world into flux, including Italy’s Serie A. Read our story to see how to wager on the Italian league resuming action for the 2019-2020 soccer season.
As things stand the 124th Australian Football League season is due to get underway this week, with Australian PM Scott Morrison leaving the decision in the hands of the AFL. If all goes to plan, 18 teams will compete for the biggest prize in Aussie Rules although there will be a few changes, which we’ll highlight below.
It’s a battle for supremacy in the Turkish Super League on Sunday, as Trabzonspor hosts Istanbul Basaksehir in a battle for top spot. Check our preview for a breakdown of the match and our betting prediction.
As the EPL season reaches Matchday 30, there’s still loads to play for, despite Liverpool having all-but clinched their first title since 1990, including an intriguing battle for the Champions League places.
With just ten games left in the Primeira Liga season, it’s entering its final stretch with two contenders – Porto and Benfica – battling it out for the trophy. Porto currently leads with 60 points and is favored at -125, while Benfica, in second, has 59 points and is pitched at +100.