Once at odds of +830 prior to the tournament, Colombia are now +500 to win Copa America 2019. With the third-shortest odds to lift the trophy, are the Colombians worth your bet?
Manchester City won last year’s FA Cup Final 6-0 against Watford and have been installed as +275 favorites for next season. Can anyone stop Pep Guardiola’s men, or will they steamroll over the competition again?
Can French giants PSG win a third straight French Ligue 1 title? Bookmakers believe so, listing them as short as -1000 favorites to win in 2020. We take an early look at the contenders for the next Ligue 1 season.
The Netherlands came up just short in the inaugural Nations League when they lost to Portugal in the final, but are among a group of teams who are within a shout of winning next summer’s Euro 2020. We examine the latest odds and predict which team will come out on top.
The 2019 Africa Cup of Nations kicks off on Friday, June 21, 2019. Egypt’s Mohamed Salah is favored to lead the competition in goals and win the Golden Boot, but is he the best bet?
The Africa Cup of Nations kicks off on June 21st with a record number of teams taking part. Egypt and Senegal are co-favorites at +400, but it’s almost certain to be a closer tournament than the odds suggest.
The 15th edition of the CONCACAF Gold Cup kicks off this weekend. Mexico’s Raul Jiminez is favored to be the event’s leading goalscorer, but is followed closely in the odds by US strikers Christian Pulisic and Jozy Altidore.
Up and coming young stars take the pitch this weekend when the 2019 UEFA Under-21 European Championship begin. Spain enter as the 4-1 favorites, but several other teams look to have a say in who lifts the trophy later this month.
Juve has opened as the favorite to win the Italian Serie A in 2019-20. See the opening odds for all contending teams here and get our best early bets.
The inaugural UEFA Nations League Final kicks off this Sunday between Portugal and Netherlands at Porto’s Estádio do Dragão stadium. In what’s expected to be a close match, will hosts Portugal pull out the win as slight favorites?
Bayern Munich have opened as early -350 favorites to win their eighth-straight Bundesliga title. Do Dortmund and others stand a chance? We take an early look at the 2019-20 Bundesliga contenders.
The World Cup’s leading all-time scorer, Brazil’s Marta, is entering the latter stages of her career. But is she ready to call it quits after this summer’s tournament? Odds suggest she won’t retire after the World Cup.
At odds of +600, Liverpool are second-choice with bookmakers to win back-to-back Champions League titles. We take a look at the opening odds for some of the top contenders to win the UCL in 2020.
Can Peru make a deep run in this summer’s Copa América tournament being hosted in Brazil? Their odds have drifted out to an average of +2100. We take a look at their chances in the tournament kicking off next week.
Cristiano Ronaldo will be in the Portuguese lineup when Portugal play Switzerland in the 2019 UEFA Nations League semifinals on Wednesday. We break down the best bet for this semifinals match.
Despite rumblings that he could be on his way out of town, odds favor Barcelona’s Philippe Coutinho staying put during the summer transfer window. We take a look at some of the most likely destinations he could end up come August 9.
Leeds, Fulham and West Brom are the top three favorites to win 2020 EFL Championship next season. At odds of +650, Leeds have opened as the top choice to win the title and earn promotion to the EPL.
At odds of -220 to lift the trophy, Liverpool are favored over Tottenham to win Champions League 2019 at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium on Saturday, June 1, 2019. We break down the match and provide a best bet for Saturday’s final.
It’s an all-England final on Wednesday when Chelsea meet Arsenal in the 2019 Europa League Final at Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan. At -140 favories, is Chelsea the best bet?
US Women’s Soccer Props: Odds On Whether They’ll Visit White House, Win Lawsuit Against US Soccer Federation
On top of defending their FIFA Women’s World Cup title in France beginning June 7, sportsbooks have listed a pair of other off-the-field props for the the US Women’s soccer team, including a visit to the White House if they were to win.