Who’s Going Down in the English Premier League?


We caught up with the team over at Bet on Brazil and had something of a rambling conversation about next year’s Premier League results. Looking at the top end of the table, it’s certainly going to be very competitive. But who will slip back into the Championship? Here are some of the candidates:

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Best upcoming sports events to bet on


Betting on sporting events has a history spanning many times and cultures. There’s something about having a flutter that gets the pulses racing, and we wouldn’t mind betting that our early ancestors had the odd wager on who could throw their rock the furthest or outrun an angry cave bear. There’s certainly plenty of evidence that ancient Romans bet on gladiatorial events, and sporting events throughout the ages have always been accompanied by gambling.

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Why Everyone Should Visit a Sports Bar On Game Day

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If you have never been to a sports bar for game day than you are missing out on a really good time. Sports bars literally come alive on game day, the bigger the day the more the action. Sports bars are geared up for the big and small games.

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Sports betting – Moneyball or instinct?

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If you love your sport, the chances are that you also enjoy the odd wager here and there; this adds a little excitement to games you may not otherwise hugely care about.

Interestingly, the chances are also that you’ve generally lost money in this endeavor over the years, despite having the odd big win here and there. This is the pattern most sports fans see across different sports over the history of their gambling activity over a number of years. The bookies aren’t in business to give away free cash and their careful mark-up of the odds is generally designed to put you in a slightly disadvantageous position, statistically speaking, before the game or race etc., gets underway.

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World Cup remains hard to predict

It’s been a wild World Cup so far, and if you’ve been betting the underdogs you’re a happy guy right now. Traditional powers like Spain were booted, and Italy got screwed on a lame red card and a biting incident that was missed by the officials, highlighting just how difficult it has been to predict the outcome.

So keep that in mind when you’re about to bet on sports at www.williamhill.com. Sure, some traditional powers are winning as well, as Argentina looks pretty damn good with Messi pumping in goals. Brazil keeps winning, but they’ve looked pretty mediocre so far. Still, if you predicted a Brazil/Argentina final things are shaping up that way even with all the upsets so far.

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