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It's just over 20 years since Blackburn unexpectedly became Premier League champions, but how times change! Rovers will begin the forthcoming campaign in the English third tier and have been priced up as favourites for the League One title under manager Tony Mowbray.
Anyone placing a bet will hope to win and gain a profit.
Sports betting is constantly increasing in popularity, with ways in which people can bet always growing.
13 seasons at Manchester United is one hell of an achievement, especially when you consider the heights they rose to during that period.
If the 2015/16 season provided us with a strong candidate for ‘greatest sporting shock ever’ as Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester finished top of the pile, 2016/17 was more like ‘business as usual’ as Chelsea overcame a slow start to grind their way into what turned out to be an unassailable lead and lift their fifth Premier League trophy.
Many inexperienced punters, or those who are new to sports betting, may find themselves looking at the available markets and asking, what is 1X2 betting?
Well, 1X2 betting is mostly popular in football and involves betting on the result in a match with three possible outcomes, which are home win, away win, and draw.
When placing a football bet, you may notice it says “90 minutes only,” or something similar.
A double chance bet on football gives the punter more chance of winning by allowing them to cover two of the three possible outcomes on a match.
It would be fair to state that Pep Guardiola’s first season in England didn’t exactly go to plan.
Both Teams to Score, often abbreviated to BTTS, is an extremely popular bet unique to football where you bet on whether both teams in a match will score or not.