Top Clubs in Action on Soccer Odds Slate

Champions League action is in full swing midweek, but it is back to domestic league business this weekend. Everton is surging and faces a Liverpool squad that has not started the league well, but has been solid as of late. Manchester United is in first place in the league table and they face their old rival in Arsenal on the road.


Chelsea vs Arsenal Highlights Week Slate

After the first round of group matches mid-week the big leagues are back in action.

Chelsea and Junventus won their respective leagues last season and have gotten off to very bad starts this season. Manchester City has started the season on fire and they may be tested this weekend facing a West Ham squad that has won their last two matches.

Dortmund and Inter Milan are in first place in Italy and Germany respectively, and while Inter faces a surprising Chevio club Dortmund faces a Bayer Leverkusen side that has struggled out of the gates.


Chelsea Among Soccer Week Favorites

The big leagues are back in action after a week off because of the European Championship qualifying matches.

Chelsea won the Premier League last season, but they have gotten off to a terrible start this season. In the biggest surprise of the EPL early in the season Crystal Palace is in second place in the league table and they take on first place Manchester City.

As well, Liverpool and Manchester United meet and both have seven points in league play.


Man Utd and Chelsea Weekend Favorites

Crystal Palace and Swansea are both off to good starts to the season but they each face league powers this weekend in Premier League betting action. As well, Tottenham remains winless and they host an Everton squad that is coming off their first loss of the season.

After two matches in Bundesliga play Bayern Munich and Bayern Levekusen are two of the only three squads with two wins and they face each other in a big early season match. Juventus was shocked in their Serie A home opener and they head to Rome to face an AS Roma squad that finished second in the league last season.


Man City & Arsenal are Week Favorites

Top games in the Premier League, Bundesliga, and Serie A give soccer bettors plenty to wager on this weekend as they try to pad their bankroll early in the campaign. Here's a look at some of the top betting matchups on the schedule for the week ahead . . .


MLS Cup Betting: Galaxy Odds Favorites

The Los Angeles Galaxy opened the 2015 MLS season as the favorites to repeat as the MLS Cup champions, and midway through the summer they still sit atop those soccer betting odds at the online sportsbooks.


Man Utd Tops Week Soccer Odds Action

Soccer bettors are able to branch back out to Europe again with the Premier League season underway and the Bundesliga getting going this weekend. Here's a look at some of the top betting matchups on the schedule for the week ahead . . .


Euro Soccer 2015 Season Odds Preview

The start of the Premier League season on August 8 launches the beginning of European soccer betting at the sportsbooks, with the Bundesliga, Serie A, and La Liga campaigns getting going later in the month, and the Champions League starting up in September.


FIFA Women's World Cup Odds Update

The United States is the favorite to win the Women's World Cup as they prepare to take on Japan in the championship game of the tournament in Vancouver on Sunday.

The Americans sit as the 2/7 favorites at Bovada on the updated odds to win the Women's World Cup after they knocked off Germany 2-0 in the semifinals on Tuesday. The United States also beat Colombia and China in the knockout stage of the tournament.


Blatter Resigns: FIFA President Odds

The search is on for a new permanent president of FIFA following the resignation of Sepp Blatter, and online sportsbook Bovada has posted odds on who will end up with the job.

Blatter resigned as the president of FIFA after getting re-elected for a fifth term, with a massive corruption scandal involving 14 individuals – seven of whom were arrested in Zurich last week – putting a target on his back.



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