Next Wednesday, one of the most highly touted Champions League knockout games will be played between Real Madrid and Manchester City. The game will be at the Bernabéu, giving the Spaniards a huge advantage in the first leg. We cover the best bet for the match here.
Spains’s Matchday 25 kicks off this afternoon with Betis hosting Mallorca, followed by nine more matches over the weekend. We take a look at three of the best bets to make in Spain this weekend.
Matchday 22 is upon us in Portugal, and league leaders Benfica aim to bounce back at Gil Vicente following their first back-to-back defeats of the season.
Chelsea host Tottenham at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, February 22, 2020. Both teams come into this match looking to recover from poor performances. Tottenham were outplayed by RB Leipzig in London on Wednesday night and Chelsea lost at home to Manchester United on Monday.
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.
The battle for European places outside of the top four for next season is tight with only six points separating fifth-placed Roma and 10th-placed Bologna as we head into Serie A’s Matchday 25 this weekend.
With just 11 fixtures left in the 2019/20 campaign, the race for a Bundesliga title continues to heat up. RB Leipzig, who led Germany’s top flight for a substantial amount of time this term, is now in second, with Bayern Munich just one point ahead of them as we head into Matchday 23.
The 25th Major League Soccer season is here with 13 matches kicking off over February 29 and March 1. We’re covering the biggest offseason news and odds for the top contenders to win the 2020 MLS Cup.
After the return of the Champions League midweek, this weekend we return to the Premier League for the 27th round of matches. We take a look at the odds and best bets to consider for this weekend.
Arsenal has seen their odds fade in the Europa League, while Ajax and Inter’s odds have shortened. Who’s the best bet to win it all this year?
This week is round-of-32 time in the Europa League, with the continent’s second-biggest club competition throwing up its usual array of David vs Goliath match-ups. We’ll take a look at three of the biggest games and see if we can identify some value for the bettors.
The odds favor Manchester City playing in the Champions League next year despite their impending UEFA ban. John Dillon examines the logistics of that happening here.
Tottenham hosts RB Leipzig in the first leg of the last-16 Champions League matchup on Wednesday. It’s the first-ever meeting between the two clubs in European competition. Read our betting preview for odds, analysis and a prediction for this matchup.
The current Champions League holders Liverpool are travelling to Spain and are favored Tuesday in the latest last 16 odds for their tie with La Liga side Atletico Madrid. We preview the matchup from in the Spanish capital and offer our best betting advice.
Borussia Dortmund battles Paris St Germain in Champions League Round of 16 action. Read our preview for odds, analysis and a prediction for this meeting in Germany.
Atalanta is favored over Valencia in Champions League Round of 16 Leg 1 play, despite finishing with a worse Group Stage record. Get the breakdown, odds and pick here.
Manchester City’s two year ban from Champions League could also result in further punishment from the Premier League. Quinn Allen explores the possible ramifications and who stands to benefit in the latest Premier League Top 4 odds.
We’re into the Round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League, and the betting lines have remained consistent. Read the preview to find out if laying a wager on Manchester City or Liverpool is still the way to go.
Manchester United travel to west London to face Chelsea on Monday. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United are six points behind their hosts and are in desperate need of a victory at Stamford Bridge if they are to keep their top four hopes alive.
It’s second versus fourth in Ligue 1 this weekend on Matchday 25, as Marseille travel to Lille on Sunday, February 16, KO at 3:00 pm EST. Lille come into this one off the back of three straight wins but Marseille will be tough opponents and will put Les Dogues’ top three credentials to the test.