New Zealand vs Portugal Soccer Betting Tips

New Zealand will look to play for price when they take on European heavyweights Portugal in their third and final game of the group.

The All Whites lost out to Mexico by a 2-1 scoreline in the previous outing. Chris Wood opened the scoring for the All Whites in the first-half before Raul Jiminez levelled things up in order to allow Oribe Peralta to net the winner. Meanwhile, Portugal earned a solid 1-0 victory over hosts Russia with Cristiano Ronaldo bagging the only goal in the game in the ninth minute.

The All Whites looked good money to at least score two goals in the first period, but Wood failed to convert a clear opportunity past shot-stopper Alfredo Talavera.This eventually cost them dire with a 2-1 defeat, eventually eliminating them from the tournament. Portugal on the other hand, came from a disappointing 2-2 draw versus Mexico in the previous outing in order to earn all three points versus Russia. Continue reading “New Zealand vs Portugal Soccer Betting Tips”

When there isn’t any Football…

It would be wrong to say that this is a barren summer in terms of sport. We’ve had the ICC Champions trophy in cricket while the British and Irish Lions Rugby team are touring New Zealand. And, Wimbledon is just around the corner but, if the mention of that name conjures up images of Plough Lane rather than the tennis courts of SW17, then you really are missing the football season.

So, if you’re really stuck for something to bet on, have you ever considered Foreign Exchange Trading?

Even if you’ve never so much as dabbled in the forex markets, the chances are that you’re at least fairly well acquainted with them. That’s because virtually every single news bulletin you ever hear will end with a brief recap of how the pound has fared today against the euro and the dollar. If you’re planning on holidaying abroad this year, in particular, then you can’t fail to have noticed the manner in which the pound has plummeted in value since the Brexit referendum of 12 months ago. Continue reading “When there isn’t any Football…”


Hull City staying up the Premier League was always going to require a vast change in fortunes and a miracle as big as Noah’s ark floating above the waters that destroyed the whole world in Genesis when the Big Guy felt he had had enough of his creations.

After spending their summer in the most bizarre manner where it was reported that at the start of the concluded season Hull had just 8 senior players, it was no surprise that Steven Bruce to jump ship and not risk his legacy on the platter of the owners’ sloppiness. Continue reading “MARCOS SILVA GETS PROPER CHANCE AT WATFORD”

LA Galaxy vs Houston Dynamo Betting Tips

Los Angeles Galaxy will entertain Houston Dynamo in the Major League Soccer this Sunday.

The much famed club are currently placed eighth in the Western Conference, although they have two games in hand over Houston, who are third in the same standings. Galaxy have won four of their last five games across all competitions, and their 3-0 win over Orange City in the US Open Cup will provide them the added boost ahead of the league encounter. Former Barcelona graduate Giovanni dos Santos is likely to be relied upon for the goalscoring duties after having netted six times in 12 outings this season.

On the other hand, Houston have had a rather patch form of late with just two wins in their last five games. The club did not have an easy path beyond the 4th round of the US Open Cup on Tuesday as they had to scrap a 3-2 win over North Carolina in extra time. Erick Torres has simply shone in the Houston shirt this season with 12 goals and he could find himself fairly unlucky to miss out on the Mexican squad for the Gold Cup this summer. Continue reading “LA Galaxy vs Houston Dynamo Betting Tips”

Germany overwhelming favourites for glory

With the European club season ending last weekend, the football action is set to be limited over the next few months. However, the Confederations Cup in Russia is will start later this month, offering some exciting viewing as` eight teams from across the globe fight for glory a year out from the World Cup in the same country.

While the tournament is not always held in the highest esteem, it will give a host of international managers a chance to refine their sides and test new players in a competitive environment. Continue reading “Germany overwhelming favourites for glory”


Premier League winners Chelsea are expected to complete a double this term with their defeat of rivals Arsenal at the FA Cup final next weekend.

The injury crises in defence and the suspension of Laurent Koscielny means Arsene Wenger would have to play other options that Chelsea should be able to muscle out.

When both sides clash at Wembley on Saturday, the bookies say Chelsea would run away winners. Football betting sites give the Blues ¾ odds of victory. It would be a second major title for Antonio Conte’s men in his debut season.

Arsene Wenger would be thrown into a new angle to face criticisms of Arsenal lose the game despite the crises. He is already under pressure to win after he failed to qualify the team for the Champions League next season when they finished fifth in the league. Bookies say the Gunners are 7/2 to win the FA Cup for the third time in four years. Continue reading “CHELSEA EXPECTED TO DO DOUBLE”