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2012 Euro Betting Picks: Germany vs. Portugal Preview and Predictions
by T.O. Whenham - 6/8/2012
Group B is the so-called “group of death” in Euro 2012, and this game looms as the most interesting in the first round. Germany is touted as a strong contender to win it all. Portugal could do some damage - but only if they can get out of the first round. This game will be a very good indicator of whether either team is up to the challenge.
2012 Euro Soccer Predictions
by Robert Ferringo - 6/7/2012
The world is watching. Even if America isn’t. Soccer is never going to be as popular as football in the United States. And it will never replace baseball as part of the fabric of our nation’s summer psyche. But Friday, June 8, marks the start of the 2012 European Soccer Championships. And while we here in the states can generally take or leave the most beautiful game, the rest of the world will be fixated on the four-week tournament and it will be THE most watched sporting event on the planet this month. (Take that, NBA Finals!)
2012 Euro Soccer Picks
by Doc's Sports - 6/7/2012
The NBA Finals and Stanley Cup Finals are coming to a close. Baseball is entering the dog days of summer and football is still a few months away. This can be a tricky time for sports bettors and investors, but fortunately Doc’s Sports Services has you covered for one of the most exciting, most watched, and most potentially profitable sporting events of the summer: the 2012 European Soccer Championships.
International Soccer Betting: Tips and Advice for Handicapping
by T.O. Whenham - 6/6/2012
Betting on major international soccer tournaments — like the World Cup and Euro, can be a whole lot of fun. It can also be nicely profitable. If you aren’t properly prepared for it, though, it can be a particularly easy way to decimate your bankroll. Here are seven tips with advice to help you succeed with your handicapping on soccer’s biggest events — starting with Euro 2012 this month:
Euro 2012 Soccer Betting Preview
by T.O. Whenham - 6/6/2012
Euro 2012, the once-every-four-year event widely viewed as the second biggest soccer tournament in the world after the World Cup, starts on June 8. If you haven’t been paying very close attention to European soccer in recent months and years then fear not — here are the basic facts you need to be ready to find the winners and make your profitable bets (all odds are from Bovada):
The EPL Battle of the Bottom – Relegation
by Vegas Sports Informer - 8/8/2011
One of my favorite aspects of international soccer is that the weak teams don’t continue to stay in the top-flight leagues year after year…they get relegated! Just this year Argentine soccer giants River Platte were relegated, setting off riots amongst their supporters.
English Premier League Soccer Odds and Betting Predictions
by Vegas Sports Informer - 7/28/2011
Here in the Las Vegas sportsbooks we’re all happy that the NFL Lockout is over and now we can all get ready for season ‘over/under’ win totals, parlay cards, fantasy football drafts, Monday Night Football parties, and, most importantly, a packed house in every sportsbook on Sunday morning.
USA vs. Japan Women’s World Cup Final Odds and Predictions
by T.O. Whenham - 7/16/2011
Americans do love to back a winner. Early in the Women’s World Cup the story was that no one in North America even remotely cared about the tournament. After a huge win over Brazil, though, the France game drew a huge audience, and the buzz around Sunday’s final is dizzying.
USA vs. France Women’s World Cup Odds and Predictions
by T.O. Whenham - 7/12/2011
After one of the most thrilling, controversial and unlikely wins in recent memory, the Americans move on to the semifinals of the Women’s World Cup where they will take on France. The game, which will be played in Germany, kicks off at noon ET on Thursday. Here’s a look at how the game breaks down with some USA vs. France odds and predictions:
Women’s World Cup Betting and Handicapping Tips
by T.O. Whenham - 6/29/2011
The Women’s World Cup is underway in Germany. I might get in trouble from saying this, but unlike a lot of team women’s sporting events this is one that is actually worth watching. It’s also one that is worth betting on -- there is more betting volume and a wider range of odds available than ever before. If you haven’t started betting on the tournament yet but you want to then here is a cheat sheet with some handicapping tips to get you ready for the action:
Gold Cup Odds: Mexico vs. USA Soccer Predictions
by T.O. Whenham - 6/24/2011
It didn’t take a crystal ball to predict that Mexico and the United States would meet in the final of the 2011 Gold Cup. They are clearly the two best teams in the region, and this will be the third straight time they have met in the last match of this tournament. This game will be a rubber match after the Americans won in 2007 and the Mexicans responded with a win in 2009. There is more on the line here than just bragging rights. The winner secures the CONCACAF spot in the 2013 Confederations Cup. That means they get a chance to play in Brazil and try out the World Cup stadiums a year in advance of the 2014 World Cup. Given that neither team is likely to be particularly tested in their pursuit of a World Cup berth that experience could be invaluable.
Gold Cup Soccer Handicapping: a Tutorial
by T.O. Whenham - 6/17/2011
The Gold Cup — the CONCACAF soccer championship that takes place every two years — is currently underway at sites around the country. While it doesn’t have nearly the appeal or the quality of the European Championship, it’s one of several regional events that are held around the world. These events can offer a wide range of betting opportunities for soccer handicappers that are willing to get creative and put in some effort. Here are four types of betting opportunities that are frequently available in these tournaments:
2012 Euro Soccer Betting: Futures Odds and Predictions
by T.O. Whenham - 7/16/2010
While we still have soccer on the brain it’s more than a little tempting to look ahead to when we will be able to get our next fix of major tournament soccer. There are some smaller events we’ll see next year, and lots of club action as well, but the next major international event is Euro 2012. That event will take place from June 8 to July 8, 2012 in Poland and Ukraine.
2010 World Cup Draw and Commentary
by T.O. Whenham - 12/4/2009
The field is set for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, and now we finally know who everyone is going to be playing. This is where things really start to get interesting. Here's a first look at the good and bad of the 2010 World Cup draw:
2010 World Cup Futures Odds
by T.O. Whenham - 12/1/2009
The 2010 World Cup futures odds for the field were set as soon as the teams were determined, and as you would expect with a tournament this prestigious and anticipated there is a lot of interesting stuff to digest. Here's a look at a couple of the highlights:
Can Bayern Conquer Europe?
by Strike Point Sports - 8/31/2009
Last week the UEFA Champions League draw was held and the 32 clubs competing were placed into their respective groups with matchups finally decided. It’s no secret that soccer’s most prestigious club tournament is linked with heavy favorites from Spain and England.
World Soccer Predictions
by Strike Point Sports - 8/19/2009
Two hundred and ninety five days and counting – that is until the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Next July’s grandest of them all will mark the first time in the history of this tournament that the stage will be on the continent of Africa. And while plenty of moneymaking opportunities will emerge next summer, as well as beforehand with continuing WC qualifiers, we’re here today to talk about looking at some of Europe’s top-flight domestic leagues as a good way to make a buck on the beautiful game.
Soccer Betting: Gold Cup Semis and Final Predictions
by T.O. Whenham - 7/22/2009
Between the Confederations Cup in South Africa and now the Gold Cup on American soil it seems like the U.S soccer team has been in action for months in a row. Those in charge of the national team infrastructure are probably growing tired of the endless competition, but they'll certainly be hoping that they have two more games left to play.
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