Betting has changed so much over the years, as has technology, and they have moved in a great direction of late.
We are blessed with a variety of betting websites, which almost all allow in-play betting, and now the majority of companies now have their own betting applications, designed for mobile phones and tables.
The soccer betting app that are available all offer individual offers for your initial use, and can give you a good means to build up a balance, as well as offering you more options than you currently have on your standard online websites.
Some of these bookmakers apps have even adopted their own’ request a bet’ option, in which you can simply select a number of things to include into one bet in order to maximise your winnings, including a certain or number of individuals to score a goal, the amounts of goals a team will score, amounts or names of players to get cards, as well as corners amongst a range of other things. The more selections, the greater the odds.
You no longer have to somehow pick out Leicester City to win the Premier League in order to take a punt on a big odds outcome, and regularly get other people’s 100/1 odds shown on site.
This weekend is the final Premier League week of the season, and there is plenty of betting prospects worth considering including.
Arsenal come into the weekend with slim hopes of making the top four, but have plenty of form on their side, and should come away with a comfortable win at home against Everton. Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku are both in with a shout of winning the Premier League Golden Boot, and should be considered for your weekend’s choices. Maybe both players to score and an Arsenal win?
Liverpool are in a similar boat to the Gunners, but have the advantage of knowing that a win would assure them of their place in the top-four, a luxury Arsenal wish they had. The Reds smashed their way past West Ham last weekend, and with Middlesbrough already relegated, they are unlikely to put up much of a fight. Liverpool win, score three or more, Liverpool clean sheet?
Manchester City will be the more comfortable of the trio, with the knowledge that just one point will see them secure Champions League football for next season, but they will want the win to assure that they do not have to play any qualifying matches prior to the group stages. The Citizens are the only team of the three to play on their travels, but that shouldn’t stop them. Man City win, 3+ away goals, both teams to score, Aguero to score?
Tottenham have secured their place as runners-up in the Premier League this term, but Harry Kane will not be treating this game as a friendly, especially with the Golden Boot on the line. The England striker bagged four goals last night to leapfrog Lukaku in the charts, and he revealed after the game that he wanted four more this weekend. Hull will likely have their heads down after being relegated last weekend, and could be in for more misery on Sunday. Kane to score, Tottenham 3+ goals?
Newly-crowned Premier League champions Chelsea are also in action against a team who will play in the Championship next term, and Sunderland could also be in for a thrashing… The Blues will break their own record of most wins in a PL season with three points on Sunday, but Conte is expected to make some changes in order to have a fresh side available for next weekend’s FA Cup final. They earned a well-fought 4-3 victory over Watford on Monday, and goals look likely in what will most likely be John Terry’s final match in a Blues shirt. Terry to score, Chelsea to win, Over 2.5 goals in match?
What will you be backing this weekend? How could betting improve further?