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The first wave of the novel coronavirus shut down major sports worldwide from March 2020, which significantly impacted those in the sports-gambling industry from the sportsbooks in Las Vegas casinos to online bookmakers as well as professional bettors who shifted their punts to table tennis and Belarusian football to simulated NFL games.
The Champions League may get all the headlines, but the Europa League is one of the most competitive competitions on the continent.
There was a time that the fixture between two of La Liga’s biggest and most successful clubs, Barcelona and Real Madrid, was the most highly-anticipated match in the European domestic football calendar.
You could have forgiven Tammy Abraham if he felt his position in the team was in jeopardy this summer, as signing after signing arrived at Stamford Bridge.
Given Brentford’s relatively lacklustre start to the current Championship season, it’s difficult not to think that the club have missed a golden chance to earn the promotion to the Premier League that they’ve always dreamed of.
The end of every football season in England comes with a lot of excitement both on and off the pitch.
Football is the most popular sport in the world with fans in all corners of the globe.
With so much advice around how you should place bets, I wanted to write a post that contains what I'm calling simple betting mantas.
Every day, millions of people bet in the UK, considered one of the most trusted countries for gambling thanks to comprehensive regulations and licensing of the industry.
Following their third-place finish at the end of the 2019-20 Premier League season, Manchester United supporters will be buoyed by their recent upturn in form.