In this guide, we’re going to explain how the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) assigns ratings – i.e. the criteria they use to ensure a fair and close contest.
While the Citizens remain strong favourites to retain their title, it’s beginning to look a lot like Liverpool are serious challengers this term and the way in which they found a way to beat Manchester United last Sunday only supplements this view. They take on Palace next.
We’re nearing the halfway stage of the Premier League season and Chelsea are doing enough to land a spot in next season’s Champions League as things stand. Next up for them is Leicester.
Mourinho was sacked on Tuesday, with rumours that Zinedine Zidane could be arriving at the club in a bid to resurrect the fortunes of a team who have had a remarkable fall from grace in the past few seasons. A shaky United face Cardiff next.
We understand that many punters will blindly back Maurizio Sarri’s team to beat lesser opponents, while the London side come into the Brighton match after beating Manchester City 2-0. However, those of us with longer memories remember the Blues falling apart when leading 1-0 at Molineux and this came fairly hard on the heels of a 3-1 reverse at Wembley Stadium where Tottenham ran Chelsea ragged and left them looking ordinary.
Ralph Hasenhuttl has taken charge at Southampton and his opening game at Cardiff City saw the Saints lose 1-0, indicating the size of the task that faces the Austrian as he bids to keep the south coast club afloat in the Premier League. The Saints face Arsenal next.
When you see a team trading at 3/5 at the top soccer betting sites to win a particular game, you could be forgiven for thinking they are very likely to win the game in question. Unibet have this price about a Liverpool win on Sunday and it’s the sort of selection that you might put into a five-fold accumulator thinking that it’s a fairly safe leg compared to the other picks.
They were dancing on the streets of Liverpool on Saturday evening after Manchester City slipped up at Stamford Bridge although the bookmakers don’t feel as though this was too negative for Pep Guardiola’s side.
PSG and Liverpool clash on Wednesday night and it looks like it may be an open Champions League encounter. Matthew Glazier provides tips for this monster clash..
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