Football betting tips – Premiership

By Daniel Cowan
In Football Betting
Jun 14th, 2013

Last season’s Premiership title race was a disappointment for everyone apart from Manchester United fans, as Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City all failed to put up a decent fight for it, but although United have been installed as the favourites again by the bookies ahead of the new season, the changes at Old Trafford make things quite a bit more uncertain. There is no disputing the quality in their squad, but there are flaws – notably in defence and central midfield – and coupled with a less experienced manager now, many fans will be a little nervous ahead of the kick-off.Not that fans of City will necessarily be any more bullish about their side’s chances of regaining the title, as their new manager, Manuel Pellegrini, has no more record of winning titles than David Moyes does. They are rated 12/5, compared with 9/4 for United, but Chelsea and Arsenal may look at the situation and feel they have a chance. Arsenal have odds of 12/1, but would clearly need to strengthen during the summer, while Chelsea are on 12/5 – and also have the returning Jose Mourinho to boost their chances. It seems premature to put outright title bets on before the clubs have entered the transfer market though, and this is where football slots games at an online casino like can be an ideal alternative.

For instance a game like Soccer Safari offers a genuine football based experience – complete with high quality and hilarious animated graphics depicting animals such as rhinos, warthogs and buffalo trying to play each other in a football tournament – but also incorporates all the things that make slots games so popular. These include super-cheap play (only $0.01 required for each line), a fine jackpot ($8000) and simple game play. The combination of the football aspect and the traditional slots features is why games like Soccer Safari have become a serious alternative to standard football betting for many fans of these activities.

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