Betting on which teams will secure the much-desired Champions League places is always a popular option for football betting fans, but like any other type of sports betting, it is advisable to have some understanding of the subject before trying.
While you can always research it at tips sites, if you are not a natural football fan, this can be hard-going. Another option is to combine this with playing a football game, like the Game On slot at Lucky Nugget online casino. Online casinos have taken the lead it seems in the casino industry, with the choice of slots and card games rivalling any land-based casinos and of course users don’t have to travel anywhere so long as they have their phone.
That’s right, with the right apps you can now have a go at outsmarting the dealer at poker wherever you are. Online bookies also share this advantage which helps for placing those last-minute bets. And unless you know something we don’t you may need to utilise some last-minute bets this season – the competition is stiff.
The need to learn a bit about the game is particularly great this year, as the stuff competition mentioned has teams with realistic chances of grabbing the last Champions League place than ever before. Of those, Arsenal and Tottenham are rated the favourites by most sports betting sites – with the odds for the Gunners at about 10/11 at most sites, while Spu*s are rated around 6/5 with most. This reflects the fact that Arsenal have so much experience of Champions League qualification, while Tottenham have invested heavily in their squad with the intent of becoming a regular Champions League team.
However, although these teams are the favourites they are not the only ones in contention – and many of those looking to bet on the issue will prefer to back one of those teams with slightly longer odds, as this will present the potential for a better return.
One of these is Everton, who currently have odds of around 7/2. They are currently placed fifth but they have a notably smaller squad and their chances could be affected by injuries and tiredness during the second half of the season. Liverpool, who have odds of 15/2 should also be considered in contention – but this would be a very risky bet, because they would need to overhaul all of these other teams to have any chance of grabbing fourth spot.
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