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Ligue 1 easy to read for bettingexpert tipsters

The French football league proved to be the most predictable on the continent over the past weekend, as tipsters on bettingexpert.com performed better on the Ligue 1 matches than any other division. Of the 5,000+ football tips posted on bettingexpert’s community this weekend, the ones focusing on French football were the most profitable for tipsters, with the Austrian Bundesliga and …

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Betfair signs European Betting partnership with Arsenal FC

Betfair continues to ramp up its coverage within English football, by announcing that it has signed its third betting partnership for the Premier League season 2015/2015 with London football club Arsenal FC. Both parties agreed terms in time for the kick-off of Arsenal FC’s opening match of the season against London rival West Ham United. Betfair who have signed betting …

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Andy Mackenzie – Spreadex – The Premier League – Where are spread betters putting their money?

The new Premier League campaign is up and running this weekend, just 70 days after the last season ended – but where are the big hitting spread betters putting their money? Spreadex clients have been piling in with their pre-season bets and the Premier Points Prediction markets give a great indication of how punters are expecting each team to fare …

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Real Madrid tops the bettingexpert tipster chart for 2014/5

Spanish giants Real Madrid may have been trophyless this season, but there is one table that Cristiano Ronaldo’s side has topped, beating other football clubs from all over Europe. Real Madrid were the most popular side being tipped on in the past season, according to bettingexpert – Europe’s biggest community of sports tipsters, with almost 9,000 tips across the course …

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Liverpool and Everton biggest flops compared to spread betting expectations

Spreadex’s Andy MacKenzie analyses how teams performed compared to their pre-season odds, and finds that it has been a miserable season on Merseyside. The Premier League may be done and dusted for another year – but how does the final table look when it comes to teams’ performances based on their pre-season betting odds? We all know that Chelsea ended …

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Phil Neville: you want transparency in football

Former Everton, Manchester United and England footballer, and now BBC pundit, Phil Neville has become an ambassador for football prediction platform Predikta. Here he discusses why he signed up and his take on the FA’s betting ban. SBC: Being a professional footballer, there must have been lots of travelling. How did you and your team mates kill time? PN: You’re …

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ICE joins forces with SBC to run at show sports betting tours

ICE Totally Gaming, the world’s biggest b2b gaming exhibition which runs across the 3rd, 4th and 5th February at London’s ExCeL Centre, has teamed up with Sports Betting Community (SBC) to provide two Sports Betting Tours of the exhibition floor. The tours, which are part of Betmarkets, one of the eight ICE Conferences being held alongside the exhibition, will give …

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Titan Bet’s Russ Yershon: Time for post-World Cup retention strategies

Russ Yershon, UK sports manager for Titan Bet, believes that we have entered the most important time for bookmakers – the ‘retention window’ for the new customers attracted by the World Cup. “Brazil 2014 is over and with it the reason customers were flocking to your website. So what now? It’s just not good enough to say: “Thank you, and …

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Focus on stadium naming rights – part 2 – The Volatile Debate

Manchester United have often vowed that Old Trafford will never be renamed despite reportedly being offered in the region £500m for the privelege. In 2013 a deal was arranged with Aon for the club’s training ground to be renamed Aon training complex. United will earn around £15m per year during the eight year deal but Ed Woodward was quick to …

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Focus on stadium naming rights – part 1 – The Origins

In the Premier League season of 2014/15 there will be six clubs with a commercially named stadium. This is more than ever before. Throughout the lower leagues this figure escalates to twenty-one clubs in total in England’s top five leagues. This is including those with stadiums which are known by two names, one traditional, one commercial (often temporary deals) such …

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