Responsible Gaming

Gambling & Sports Betting are an exciting way to take a break from reality, unwind and have a good time. As much as we want our visitors to win big and make their dreams come true, we more importantly encourage responsible gaming & sports betting. We strictly enforce the prevention of gaming by those under the age of 18, which is illegal in all jurisdictions.

This site uses cookies and other tracking technologies to assist with navigation and your ability to provide feedback, analyse your use of our services and provide content from third parties.
X

Developed in conjunction with Xpert betting tips

facebook-hoover twitter-hoover behanse-hoover 

best betting tips                                                                                                            Betting tipsPronosticos apuestasPonturi pariuriPronostici scommesseWetten tippsAposta e Ganha

Print

Steven Gerrard contract news - Liverpool FC captain backed to extend Anfield stay


Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard insists he is in no rush to settle negotiations over a new contract at Anfield, but vice-captain Jordan Henderson has urged his fellow midfielder to remain at the club. Speculation was rife over Gerrard's future at the weekend when he was dropped to the bench for a 1-0 home win against Stoke, with the 34-year-old being tipped for a move the MLS by some pundits and newspapers. However, there were no signs of his 16-year career with the Reds coming to an end as he returned to the starting line-up for a 3-1 success at Leicester, in which he scored the second goal. "I'll decide when I'm ready. There's nothing to say on the contract at the moment," Gerrard told BT Sport. "When there is, the fans have known me long enough, I'll come out and say what I need to say." Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers declared he will not rush the former England captain into making a decision on whether to accept a new deal, but Henderson is keen to see the situation resolved. "He's a great leader and a massive player for us," commented Henderson. "I hope he stays for many years to come and we need to keep him for as long as we can. "It was a real captain's performance from him at Leicester and I thought he was outstanding for us. As always, he worked so hard for the team and got his reward with the goal." After climbing up to eighth in the Premier League table with those back-to-back victories, Gerrard is hoping to push for a top-four place again this term. "I'm happy with the goal but even more pleased with the win," he added. "It has been well documented this season that we haven't been good enough, but we are on our way up; we're defending better, sticking together and we're a lot harder to beat. We need to keep moving in that direction."
Print

Next Premier League manager to leave post - Pressure mounts on Irvine and Pearson


The weather may be getting colder but the heat is definitely on West Brom boss Alan Irvine and Leicester City chief Nigel Pearson, according the next Premier League manager to leave his post market. Top-flight boards have bucked the trend this season by sticking with their head coaches thus far, but the vibes are that we are not far off seeing the first casualty of the current campaign. Irvine is favourite for the 'sack race' after a 2-1 loss to West Ham at the Hawthorns left Albion with nothing to show for their last four matches and languishing down in 16th place in the table. The Baggies have now won just one of their eight home games and axed Steve Clarke in mid-December last term, so his fellow Scot will certainly be looking over his shoulder with a trip to Hull coming up this weekend. However, Irvine remains upbeat, telling the club website: “I have never known a second half like that in which a team has been so completely dominant and finished up without anything. We did absolutely everything but score and the effort we put in was absolutely fantastic. “If we play like we did at the start of this game and play like we did in the second half we will turn things around. We’ve got to keep on doing the things we believe in, there are a lot of positives to take." West Brom's last win was a 1-0 victory at Leicester at the start of November and Foxes boss Pearson is also under pressure after picking up just two points in nine matches since that famous 5-3 triumph over Manchester United. The 51-year-old has been in charge for just over three years and led City to promotion last term, but there are signs he is feeling the strain, with Leicester rock bottom in the table following a 3-1 home loss to Liverpool. "I had a spat with a fan towards the end," said Pearson, quoted by BBC Sport. "If they cannot see the players are having a proper go, maybe they need to stay at home. I don't like the commitment of my players being questioned. If they honestly think they are not committed, they are very wrong." QPR manager Harry Redknapp and Hull boss Steve Bruce are other front-runners in the 'sack race' heading into the hectic Christmas period.
Print

Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur Premier League tips, kick-off time and team news


Chelsea will be determined to return to winning ways when entertaining London rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League on Wednesday night, with this Stamford Bridge clash having a kick-off time of 19.45 GMT. Jose Mourinho's side saw their lead at the top of the table cut to six points after their goalless draw at Sunderland on Saturday was followed by a 3-0 romp for Manchester City at Southampton 24 hours later. The Blues will be keen to avoid letting that gap close any more, but the good news for their supporters is that they have an excellent recent record against Spurs. A 4-0 success at this venue in March made it nine games without defeat against Tottenham for Chelsea and they will be going all out to confirm that superiority once more here. "Top of the league in the Premier League, top of the group in the Champions League, quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup and not losing one match for four months - the team has to feel very, very well," declared Mourinho. The Blues will be without top scorer Diego Costa, though, as he serves a one-match ban for picking up his fifth yellow card of the season at Sunderland, with Loic Remy or Didier Drogba standing by to step in. Tottenham have not won at the Bridge since 1990 but travel across London in good spirits, having made it six wins from their last seven matches in all competitions with a 2-1 defeat of Everton on Sunday. They will have Kyle Naughton back from suspension and Emmanuel Adebayor could be fit again following a virus and a back problem. "I don't care about Tottenham's record at Chelsea," declared Mauricio Pochettino. "For us, it is important to go and show the same mentality which we displayed against Everton and forget the past. We must not let the past affect our present." Chelsea have kept a clean sheet in four of their six straight Premier League victories at this venue this season, though, and it is hard to envisage anything other than another clinical home win here. Prediction: Chelsea 2 Tottenham 0
Print

Thierry Henry next club - Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger gives mixed messages over striker


Thierry Henry continues to attract strong support to make an emotional return to Arsenal after Arsene Wenger admitted the striker is still good enough to play in the Premier League. Speculation is mounting over whether the Gunners legend will hang up his boots after calling time on his stint with MLS outfit New York Red Bulls or put off retirement in favour of a final swansong at Emirates Stadium. Wenger has doubts over whether his fellow Frenchman will fancy the prospect of facing Premier League defenders again at the age of 37, but that hasn't stopped punters from lumping on Henry to take up that challenge. "Thierry has given a lot, he has come out of his career with an image that is fantastic. I am not sure that he wants to play again in the Premier League," commented Wenger. However, having managed a young Henry at Monaco before rescuing him from a disappointing spell with Juventus back in 1999 and turning the then winger into one of the finest centre-forwards ever to grace the beautiful game, Wenger is confident there will always be a place at Arsenal for his protege. Henry claimed two Premier League titles and three FA Cup triumphs while with the Gunners, individually winning the Premier League Golden Boot on four occasions and being named PFA Player of the Year twice. "He is an Arsenal man. The best moments certainly of his life and of his career have been experienced here," Wenger told reporters. "Certainly one day he will come back. In what role, I don't know, that is what he has to think about - what direction he wants to give to the next chapter of his life." Henry spent four and a half years in New York, punctured by a brief loan spell with the Gunners during the MLS off-season in 2012 when covering for Gervinho and Marouane Chamakh, who were on African Nations Cup duty. Before that, he helped Barcelona to Champions League glory in 2009, but the striker will always be best remembered for his exploits in the No 14 shirt of Arsenal and could follow the example of Didier Drogba at Chelsea by going 'home'.
Print

Monaco vs Lens Ligue 1 live stream about to start


Monaco and Lens will both be desperate for success for different reasons when they meet in Ligue 1 at Stade Louis II tonight, with the hosts keen to close the gap on the top four and the visitors hoping to move out of the relegation zone. With a kick-off time of 20.00 GMT, all the action from this crucial encounter can be watched via live online streaming. Watch Monaco v Lens here: Saturday's 2-0 loss at Rennes left Monaco without a win in their last four Ligue 1 matches and seven points adrift of the Champions League places. "The team were not focused enough at the start of the game and that allowed Ntep to win the match all on his own in the first half," said head coach Leonardo Jardim. "We made two or three defensive errors that allowed Rennes to dictate the result. "Knowing the opposition, and with the information we gave to the players, they knew that they could not afford to make such mistakes against Rennes. We said before the match that we mustn't allow Ntep to find himself one-on-one and we allowed him to do it." Monaco were without the injured Layvin Kurzawa and Tiemoue Bakayoko due to suspension. Lens ended a run of three straight defeats at the weekend when claiming a 2-0 home victory over Metz which nudged them up to third from bottom and only below Caen on goal difference. "It is enormously satisfying," said manager Antoine Kombouare. "It has been a long time since I have seen my team so solid and so determined. We threw all the right ingredients into the mix. It was a good response to those who thought we were going to give up given the current conditions. "I don't know how it will end, but we will defend our end right to the finish. The lads never gave up and if we manage to stay up it will be even better than winning a league title." Lens have been far less impressive away from home this term, though, losing on five occasions, so Monaco are the percentage pick to recapture the form which saw them beat Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League last Wednesday. Prediction: Monaco 2 Lens 1
Print

Manchester United FC transfer news - Joao Miranda and Diego Godin on radar for January


Manchester United are reportedly ready to launch a January transfer window swoop for Atletico Madrid defender Joao Miranda or teammate Diego Godin in a bid to solve their centre-half crisis. The Red Devils have been rocked by a series of injuries at the heart of their defence this season and Louis van Gaal is keen to address the problem by bringing in fresh reinforcements. Marcos Rojo returned ahead of schedule from a dislocated shoulder to partner Chris Smalling in Saturday's 3-0 home win over Hull, while Jonny Evans came through another run-out with the Under-21s, so the seriousness of the situation is easing. Phil Jones remains sidelined, though, and with full-backs Rafael and Luke Shaw also in the treatment room, the feeling is that United need to act now rather than wait until the end of the season to rebuild a rearguard which lost Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic and Patrice Evra in the summer. Brazil international Miranda and Uruguay stalwart Godin are both proven performers who could slot straight in and make an immediate impact if United can prise one of them away from the Spanish champions. Miranda, 30, moved to Madrid in 2011, having featured for the Selecao in their successful 2009 Confederations Cup campaign, and was nominated as the best defender in La Liga alongside then teammate Filipe Luis and Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos after last term's title triumph. Godin is two years younger but already a veteran of 85 caps for Uruguay, playing at two World Cup tournaments, and has been in Spain since 2007, first with Villarreal and then switching to Atletico in 2010. Having last year signed a contract which is due to keep him at the club until 2018, the latter may be more difficult to lure away from the Vicente Calderon, but the departures of Filipe Luis and Diego Costa to Chelsea in pre-season highlight how Atletico still struggle to keep star names on smaller wages than they can command elsewhere. 
Print

FIFA Puskas Award 2014 - Stephanie Roche joins James and Van Persie on short-list


Stephanie Roche may be the outsider to claim the FIFA Puskas Award for "the most beautiful goal of the year" but she is already reaping the rewards of the sensational strike which features on the short-list alongside James Rodriguez and Robin van Persie. The 25-year-old, from Dublin, has become the first female player to reach the top three in this section after an amazing score when playing for Peamount United versus Wexford Youths last October. Video replays of Roche chesting down a cross, flicking the ball over an opponent and then spectacularly volleying into the back of the net have been watched all over the planet. Whether she can compete with Real Madrid star James and Manchester United striker Van Persie in the voting polls remains to be seen, but Roche's career has reached new heights as a result of this publicity. "I played in the Champions League three years ago with Peamount United and I was offered a contract with a different club but didn't go at the time because it just wasn't the right timing for me," she told Sky Sports News. "But with this goal I had more interest and I'd like to think it's the making of me. I'm playing over in France now, with a club called ASPTT Albi, so it's kind of made a few changes for me alright. "It's always a good step to see women nominated for the Puskas Award and this is the first time one of us has ever been in the top three, so I'm obviously proud as a woman, but I'm just proud as a footballer to be recognised at this level and for FIFA to see me as scoring a good goal." James has been nominated for his superb volley whilst playing for Colombia versus Uruguay in the World Cup finals and Van Persie's goal also came at Brazil 2014 when netting with a sensational diving header for Holland against Spain.
Print

Arsenal FC transfer news - Thierry Henry backed for sensational return to Gunners


Thierry Henry has been backed to make an amazing return to Arsenal after confirming he has played his last game for the New York Red Bulls following their MLS play-offs defeat. The 37-year-old spent four and a half seasons in the Big Apple after spells with Monaco, Juventus, Arsenal and Barcelona in Europe, while also enjoying a brief stint on loan at Emirates Stadium in January 2012. He netted 51 goals in 122 MLS games but couldn't inspire the Red Bulls to victory in their Eastern Conference Championship clash with New England Revolution over the weekend. “The decision has always been that I would leave after the duration of my contract and although that was never going to change, I didn't want it to distract from the progress of the team," said Henry. “I have immensely enjoyed my four and half years here and would like to thank everyone involved with this club who has made my time here so enjoyable. “A special mention must go to the Red Bull fans who have supported this team through the good, the bad and the ugly times in the sun, rain and snow. You guys have really meant a lot to me and thank you for all your wonderful support. I will now take the next few weeks to reflect and decide on the next chapter of my career.” Arsenal already have Olivier Giroud, Danny Welbeck, Yaya Sanogo, Joel Campbell and Lukas Podolski available to play up front, but Henry could enter calculations if any of those forwards are allowed to leave in January on either a permanent or temporary basis. Even if he didn't spent too much time on the pitch, Henry could provide invaluable experience to what is a fairly young attacking line-up on the training ground if Wenger can persuade his old ally to make an Arsenal swansong.
Print

Premier League Fantasy Football transfer tips - Yaya Toure top target for Gameweek 14


Our top scout gave out some useful pointers last week, with Wayne Rooney, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Wilfried Bony all scoring solid points on Saturday, so let's hope for more of the same in Gameweek 14. If you snapped up one or more of that trio, they again have decent match-ups, with Manchester United hosting Stoke on Tuesday night and Swansea entertaining QPR, but here are additional options to consider. YAYA TOURE - Man City £10.6million The midfield powerhouse has taken time to settle into his stride again this term after a turbulent end to last season and a frustrating early exit for Ivory Coast from the World Cup once more. However, goals against Swansea and Southampton, plus an assist at QPR, highlight that he is becoming more and more influential again, with the added benefit of gaps opening up as opposition defences focus on trying to stop Sergio Aguero. ROMELU LUKAKU - Everton £9million The Belgium striker has been steadily picking up points all season, with five goals scored so far, but could be ready to really kick on in the next few weeks as the Toffees need to go for wins to stay in touch with the top four. Lukaku will fancy his chances of striking versus Hull on Wednesday judged on the way the Tigers folded at Old Trafford on Saturday and QPR will be the next team to visit Goodison Park after an admittedly daunting trip to Manchester City in between. AARON RAMSEY - Arsenal £8.7million The Wales midfielder has been one of several Arsenal players to suffer a frustrating campaign due to injury problems but looks ready to put all that behind him after playing for the full 90 minutes at West Brom. Southampton should be there for the taking at Emirates Stadium on Wednesday after having their limitations exposed by City and Stoke and Newcastle follow next for the Gunners.
Print

Jurgen Klopp next job market - Rumours continue over possible Borussia Dortmund exit


Speculation continues to grow over whether Jurgen Klopp could soon be on his way out of Borussia Dortmund after the German outfit remained at the foot of the Bundesliga table over the weekend. A 2-0 loss at Eintracht Frankfurt left the fallen giants with just 11 points from 13 fixtures in this competition, with the pressure mounting on Klopp to turn things around. The 47-year-old has been in charge since 2008, masterminding title triumphs in 2011 and 2012, as well as reaching the Champions League final in 2013. Despite tasting defeat at Arsenal last week, Dortmund are already through to the knockout stages of Europe's elite club competition this term, but their domestic form has been far less impressive. Klopp insists he will not walk away from the problem, as long as he is still wanted by the Borussia board, but rumours persist of a possible parting of the ways in the not too distant future. "I see myself as responsible," Klopp was quoted as telling Sky Sports by Kicker. "If it is only about luck and a change of coach can bring that, you only have to call me up and I will step aside. But it is not so simple. "As long as nobody comes and says to me, 'we have someone who does it better', then I cannot go. I won't stand in the way, but I cannot go before there is a better solution. The responsibility is great and I can accept it." Klopp would have no worries about finding another position if and when he does move on, though, with Arsenal having been strongly linked with a swoop amidst speculation over Arsene Wenger's future.  

join-now

News UEFA Champions League

Ancelotti, Real always believed
Ancelotti, Real always believed

Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti never doubted his team's ability to get back into the UEFA Champ [ ... ]

UEFA Champions League: Schalke 04 v Real...
UEFA Champions League: Schalke 04 v Real Madrid

Real Madrid can arrest their poor record in Germany and take a big step towards the UEFA Champions [ ... ]

UEFA Champions League: Galatasaray v Che...
UEFA Champions League: Galatasaray v Chelsea

Galatasaray's Didier Drogba faces former club Chelsea for the first time since leaving in the UEFA [ ... ]

Fernandinho Targeting Six-Point Haul fro...
Fernandinho Targeting Six-Point Haul from Champions League

Fernandinho has declared that Manchester City will be gunning for the full six points ahead of his [ ... ]

Other Articles

News UEFA Europa League

Jesus: Benfica ´did the most to win
Jesus: Benfica ´did the most to win

Benfica coach Jorge Jesus claimed his team 'did the most to win' before the pe [ ... ]

UEFA Europa League: Wigan v Rubin Kazan
UEFA Europa League: Wigan v Rubin Kazan

Wigan face their toughest test in the Europa League campaign so far as they ho [ ... ]

Match betting pick: Chelsea v Benfica - ...
Match betting pick: Chelsea v Benfica - Europa League Final

Chelsea v Benfica: LIVE Wednesday 7.45pm Chelsea winger Eden Hazard misses th [ ... ]

Europa League: Benfica - Chelsea
Europa League: Benfica - Chelsea

The Europa League final may not get as much attention as the Champions League  [ ... ]

Other Articles

like-now-ukbettips

BETTING NEWS & TIPS

Football Betting Tips - Both Teams To Sc...
Football Betting Tips - Both Teams To Score

Placing a bet on such BTTS events could not be easier. Most of the bookmakers offer such betting markets, even though some brand it under another name. The BTTS [ ... ]

Today's matches - Over 2.5 Goals - 26th ...
Today's matches - Over 2.5 Goals - 26th September 2018

Today's matches - Over 2.5 Goals - 26th September 2018 Our Over 2.5 Goals Betting Tips come from ENGLAND: Carabao Cup, ITALY: Serie A, SPAIN: LaLiga .... in  [ ... ]

Recommended Bets - Over 2.5 Goals - 19 A...
Recommended Bets - Over 2.5 Goals - 19 August 2018

Today's matches - Over 2.5 Goals - 19 August 2018 Our Over 2.5 Goals Betting Tips come from BELGIUM: Jupiler League, ENGLAND: Premier League, SPAIN: LaLiga,  [ ... ]

10 Recommended Bets - Over 2.5 Goals - 2...
10 Recommended Bets - Over 2.5 Goals - 27 May 2018

Today's matches - Over 2.5 Goals - 27 May 2018 Our Over 2.5 Goals Betting Tips come from BELGIUM: Jupiler League - Europa League, SWITZERLAND: Swiss Cup, GER [ ... ]

Today's matches - Over 2.5 Goals - 21 Fe...
Today's matches - Over 2.5 Goals - 21 February 2018

Today's matches - Over 2.5 Goals - 21 February 2018 Our Over 2.5 Goals Betting Tips come from ENGLAND: Championship, WORLD: Club Friendly, CYPRUS: Cyprus Cup [ ... ]

Today's matches - Over 2.5 Goals - 27th ...
Today's matches - Over 2.5 Goals - 27th October 2017

Today's matches - Over 2.5 Goals - 27th October 2017 Our Over 2.5 Goals Betting Tips come from POLAND: Ekstraklasa, NETHERLANDS: Eerste Divisie, PORTUGAL: Pr [ ... ]

logo_18

NORTH AMERICA: This site may not be used by visitors from North America. Online betting is not considered legal in the USA and Canada and you may not use this site to click through to online betting and gaming websites. 

DISCLAIMER: Online betting is illegal in some jurisdictions. how-to-bet.auz.net will not be held responsible or liable for any financial loss incurred as a result of any information, or third party link, provided on our site or from participation in online betting activities. By choosing to bet with an affiliate, you take sole responsibility to ensure that betting is legal in your jurisdiction. We do not take responsibility for the content of any third party links on this site.

Copyright © how-to-bet.auz.net 2013. All rights reserved. how-to-bet.auz.net - serving the online sports betting community.

Betting tips, guide and advice online can be found at how-to-bet.auz.net. Bet on sports, soccer and horse racing with the free betting tips, join our community and win. Learn betting strategy with news and free betting tips.

 GambleAware

Betting Info|Games and bookies - Free slots games - Casino games bonuses

Pronostici scommesse Best Bets Today Betting tips