4 Horse race betting tips you don’t want to leave home without


Horse race betting is one of the most lucrative forms of betting. That’s why over the years, lots of internet resources have come aimed at helping players enhance the chances of success. Unfortunately, most of these resources do not add value to the user. They are just out to ride the wave of horse race betting. However, if you can sift through the noise, there is lots of valuable information that can help you win consistently. To make things easier for you, here are 4 horse race betting tips you don’t want to leave home without. [Read more…]

Chicharito to Chicago Fire? Transfer Rumors Make Perfect Sense Now


Javier ” Chicharito ” Hernandez to Major League Soccer? Stop us if you have heard this very over-played song before. Only now there is actually a lot of substance to the narrative, and the timing is absolutely right for all involved.

The Mexico icon and Sevilla striker very recently said that MLS is a realistic destination now for him, and all the stars are lining up for the Chicago Fire as the perfect suitor. The former Manchester United, Real Madrid and West Ham (among others) has seen his national teammates Carlos Vela and Jonathan dos Santos succeed in Los Angeles, and at his current age, 31, it’s now or never in terms of securing that last big pay day.

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Arsenal FC Starting XI Prediction vs Brighton & Hove Albion


Ready for match two of the Fred Ljunberg era at Arsenal FC? This will be the home debut for the Gunners caretaker manager. Or are you already looking ahead to the future, and focusing on who the new permanent boss will be at the north London side? Here is is a link to some of the leading candidates.

In the short term, Arsenal will face Brighton & Hove Albion, in a Thursday night Premier League fixture. This contest will mark just the 20th meeting between the two clubs, and Arsenal have won 12 of them. Brighton have just three victories, and the two teams have split the points on five occasions.

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Arsenal vs Brighton Team News: Bellerin, Ceballos, Bernardo, Izquierdo


Arsenal FC vs Brighton & Hove Albion is a match-up of two Premier League sides desperately in need of a win. The Gunners, now into life after Unai Emery and on the hunt for a new manager, are winless in their last six league fixtures. Brighton has lost their last three and now find themselves all the way down at 16th in the table.

The Seagulls are fighting to stay above the drop zone while the North London club hopes to make a push for the top four before it’s too late. In looking at the team news for this one, Arsenal will be without midfielder Dani Ceballos, who has a severe thigh injury. Hector Bellerin will be touch and go for tomorrow night, due to a tight hamstring.

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Liverpool FC Starting XI Prediction at Everton FC


Liverpool are currently sitting a top the Premier League table, and by a very comfortable margin. It appears that the only team left standing between the Reds and long-awaited glory is Leicester City. Of course, anything can happen and the season is still a marathon, so they may decide to beef up the roster in the January transfer window.

When you’re on the cusp of ending a drought that goes all the way back to 1990, you can’t take any chances or get complacent. Reds boss Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool will spend next month, if the opportunity presents itself.

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Liverpool at Everton Team News: Alisson, Fabinho, Matip, Delph, Walcott

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Tomorrow night brings a Merseyside derby, on paper at least, which projects to be as lopsided as the series has ever seen. Visiting Liverpool enter match day 15 having dropped just two points of a possible 42 this season. They’re running away with the league lead.

The hosts, Everton, are at the other end of the spectrum, sitting just two points above the final relegation position. It appears that Toffees manager Marco Silva could be on the brink of getting sacked. The Reds are most certainly a very complete team, but their best player is central defender Virgil van Dijk.

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Jose Mourinho Expects Warm Reception at Old Trafford Tomorrow

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While it ended in disaster, with typical “third season syndrome,” Jose Mourinho still had a decent run as Manchester United manager. He brought the club their first Europa League title in history, a League Cup title and Community Shield win.

Mourinho also led United to the highest league finish the club has seen since Sir Alex Ferguson stepped down, when he guided the Red Devils to a second place finish in 2017-18. Tomorrow night, he’ll return to Old Trafford for the first time as the man leading the opposition. He expects a warm reception on Wednesday when he’s introduced to the Theatre of Dreams crowd as Tottenham Hotspur manager.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Calls Reports He’ll be Sacked “blatant lies”

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he has no insecurity about his job right now. He even went so far as to call the “reports” claiming he’ll be sacked if United lose at home to Tottenham Hotspur just “blatant lies.” Yes, three Premier League managers have been canned in the last two weeks, but Solskjaer isn’t worried about joining them in the ranks of the unemployed.

“I am good. Absolutely no problem. Sometimes you laugh when you read stories about what I’ve said and stuff. At least I know the sources everyone is talking about aren’t sources, they are just made up, blatant lies,” Solskjaer said.

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#5 Virginia Cavaliers at Purdue Boilermakers Game Preview, Prediction

“Defense Lives Here.”

It’s a slogan in West Lafayette, and thus far, the Purdue Boilermakers have certainly embodied that, holding all but one of their first seven opponents to 65 points or less. Five of those opponents have scored less than 60, with two not even reaching 50.

However, Wednesday night’s opponent, the #7 and reigning national champion Virginia Cavaliers, are the embodiment of playing hard nosed defense on steroids. Only one of their seven opponents, Vermont, has even scored 50 on them. Three opponents scored 34 of less! Yes, you read that right. In their last outing, the Cavaliers gave up just 26 points to Maine, which tied a program record for fewest allowed in the shot clock era (1986).

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Chelsea FC Starting XI Prediction vs Aston Villa

Last time out, Chelsea lost to West Ham United in a home match they were heavily favored to win. The result on Saturday probably helped to save Manuel Pellegrini’s job, but it was an affair that really should have gone the way of the hosts.

They had twice as much possession as West Ham and 19 shots to the Hammers’ five but couldn’t convert and finish. It was the first time Chelsea ended up scoreless in a home league match under Frank Lampard. Now the Blues look to rebound from a disappointing London derby when they host lower table side Aston Villa on Wednesday night. 

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Chelsea vs Aston Villa Team News: Abraham, Rudiger, Barkley, Steer, Davis

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Chelsea FC hosts Aston Villa in a mid-week Premier League fixture that is overflowing with storylines. Tomorrow night will see the return to Stamford Bridge of John Terry, Chelsea’s most decorated player. The former captain left for Villa in 2017, but not until after having won 11 major honors with current manager Frank Lampard.

Terry then claimed three more honors after the club’s all-time leading scorer left in 2014. You also have Blues striker Tammy Abraham who was sidelined with a hip injury in the loss to West Ham United

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Solskjaer Makes Tone Deaf Remarks About Man United Place in Table

Either Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer doesn’t “get it,” or he knows he’s so secure in his gig that he doesn’t need to “get it.” For at least the second time this season, the Norwegian made remarks about United results that convey just how out of sync he is with the expectations and standards of the fan base.

That’s quite puzzling, given how he’s a former player himself.

After the goalless draw at AZ Alkmaar in early October, a Europa League clash in which his side didn’t even register a shot on goal, OGS called it “a good point away from home against a difficult opponent.” He also added that he was “very pleased” with the result.

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