Article posted on Friday 30 November
And then there were two. Following the final leg of the MLS playoffs
, only two teams remain in pursuit of Philip F. Anschutz Trophy: The Portland Timbers and Atlanta United. They will square off in the MLS Cup Final
, with Atlanta playing host in its Mercedes Benz Stadium. Oddsmakers have already made their decision about which team will win. Should you follow their lead, or is this year's MLS Final primed for an upset?
Article posted on Monday 12 November
England take on the United States at Wembley Stadium, London on November 15th in what should be an exciting international friendly soccer match. It will be the first time these two sides have faced each other since a 1-1 draw back at the 2010 FIFA World Cup, but both sides are completely different outfits from those days, so this should be an intriguing fixture. Who will you bet on?
Article posted on Monday 29 October
Whichever team emerges as MLS Cup champions
, it's a certainty that they will be new title holders. That's because the defending champions Toronto FC didn't even qualify for postseason play. But is the race wide open? Is there a clear favorite emerging to cop the cup? Which underdogs are worth consideration? Read our MLS playoff preview and find out where the smart money wagers are being placed.
Article posted on Wednesday 12 September
The 2018 Major League Soccer season is rapidly approaching its climax so it is time to start looking into the betting odds for who will win the MLS Cup this season. There is no runaway favorite in the betting at present, but that could all change if one team hits form in the coming weeks.
Article posted on Thursday 06 September
The USA begins their six-match Kickoff Series against five-time world champions Brazil on Friday 7th September at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. Head coach Dave Sarachan will be hopeful of at least holding Brazil to a draw, but his team will have to be at their best if they are to get any kind of result in this fixture.
Article posted on Friday 13 July
France are playing in their third World Cup final against Croatia who have never reached the final in their history. The French won the tournament on home soil back in 1998 and were runners-up in 2006 in Germany. Bovada make them odds on to win their second title, and we do too. Find out why inside.
Article posted on Friday 13 July
Belgium and England may have lost out on reaching the 2018 FIFA World Cup final but they have one more match to play before they can fly home: the third-place playoff. Some see this as a nothing game, yet both managers should be going all out to win so they can say they finished third at the World Cup.
Article posted on Monday 09 July
The last semi-final of the 2018 FIFA World Cup pits Croatia against England for a place in the final. It is the first time since 1990 that England have reached this stage and 1998 for Croatia. Both teams looked evenly matched on paper so it may come down to who can handle the pressure the best. Well, who will?
Article posted on Friday 06 July
Hosts Russia take on Croatia knowing they can progress to the semi-finals of the World Cup for only the second time in their history. It has been 52 years since, then as the Soviet Union, Russia progressed past the quarter-finals, could the hosts go all the way on home soil?