Andrew Beasley for Bookies.com

Andrew Beasley

Andrew Beasley is a widely published football writer. His love of stats provides him with plenty of insight which can be applied to betting.
Why Now Is The Perfect Time To Bet Leicester To Win The EPL

Why Now Is The Perfect Time To Bet Leicester To Win The EPL

After the Foxes face the Canaries, they travel to play Manchester City before then hosting Liverpool on December 26. This is an opportunity not to be feared, writes Andrew Beasley.

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Longshot Real Madrid A Great Value Bet in Champions League

Longshot Real Madrid A Great Value Bet in Champions League

Is now the time to back Real Madrid for the UEFA Champions League trophy?

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Are Bookies Overlooking Jamie Vardy For EPL Top Goalscorer?

Are Bookies Overlooking Jamie Vardy For EPL Top Goalscorer?

Jamie Vardy is currently three goals behind top scorer Sergio Aguero in the standings but his form suggests he's grossly overlooked in the betting.

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Teemu Pukki’s Explosive EPL Start Takes Bookies By Surprise

Teemu Pukki’s Explosive EPL Start Takes Bookies By Surprise

Norwich striker Teemu Pukki has seen his chances of being this season’s Premier League top scorer increase ten-fold after just two games.

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Atletico New Christian Eriksen Frontrunners in Transfer Race

Atletico New Christian Eriksen Frontrunners in Transfer Race

Tottenham could be forced to sell Christian Eriksen before his contract runs down and Atletico Madrid have emerged as the new transfer betting favourites.

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How To Bet On The 2018-19 Champions League Semi-Finals

How To Bet On The 2018-19 Champions League Semi-Finals

Andrew Beasley runs through the hard facts of recent Champions League semi-final outcomes and determines the best bets to place and avoid this season.

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Brighton vs Liverpool Betting Tips: Consider Under 2.5 Goals

Brighton vs Liverpool Betting Tips: Consider Under 2.5 Goals

Liverpool faced the biggest test of their Premier League title-winning credentials last Thursday, and they failed it. Or they lost the match at least – the Reds had the higher quality chances and were about a centimetre away from taking the lead. Up next they face Brighton away.

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