Submitted by Jason Green on Wed, 10/23/2013 - 08:36
In the European Region of World Cup qualifying the group stages are over, but there are still four more ties that will determine the four teams that will qualify for Brazil.
Eight of the second place teams in group qualifying were in the draw held on Monday and after the draw Croatia have to be the happy campers when they drew Iceland and avoided France. Here is the draw and schedule for the four European Ties in the home and away matches:
Submitted by Jason Green on Mon, 10/21/2013 - 20:25
After the last round of qualifying, there are now 21 teams that have qualified for next summer’s World Cup in Brazil.
There are still 11 spots up for grabs in some huge home and away playoffs and one more round of qualifying in the African region. Importantly, eight teams are set to battle next month as Europe sends its final four reps to World Cup 2014.
Submitted by Jason Green on Tue, 10/15/2013 - 03:48
It is a clash of the titans early in the Serie A season, as first place AS Roma hosts second place Napoli. Roma has got off to a scorching start to the season winning their first seven matches where they have only given up a grand total of one goal.
Napoli has not been too shabby either with six wins and only one draw.
In this match at Stadio Olimpico in the Italian capital, AS Roma was favored midweek at +120 at Bet365 with Napoli at +220 and the draw line at +240.
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Submitted by Jason Green on Fri, 08/16/2013 - 09:40
Manchester United won the England Premier League last season but they are locked in a fierce three-way battle atop the EPL future odds list as the season kicks off Saturday.
Even with a new manager on the sidelines and the Wayne Rooney situation up in the air, Man U is a +250 bet repeat as champs. Rivals Man City (+220) and Chelsea (+225) are clumped at the top, according to Bet365, with no other team really close on the betting futures list.
Submitted by Jason Green on Sat, 05/11/2013 - 08:10
Wigan has had a season to forget in the English Premier League, but they have made an impressive run to the FA Cup Final where they face EPL giant Manchester City.
Wigan has hovered around the relegation zone for much of the EPL season and with only a few weeks remaining in the domestic schedule it looks as if they are safe from being relegated. Still, nobody gave them much of a chance in the FA Cup, especially how they started.
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