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10bet celebrate UK Licence with £200 Welcome Package

To celebrate gaining a UK gambling licence, 10bet have increased their sign up package to a massive 50% deposit bonus, up to a maximum of £200.00.

That means anybody opening a new 10bet account here, can get a £200 sign up package, and as well as this, you can also still claim all the regular 10bet promotions such as 100% Combo Refunds and November’s Non-Stop Soccer £30 Bonus, etc.

To gain the £200 sign up package simply sign up using bonus code FD100, and deposit £400.00 into your new 10bet account. You don’t have to put in £400.00, that is the maximum amount. You can put in £200.00 if you wish and get a £100.00 bonus, it’s up to you.

The deposit bonus only applies to your first deposit though, you can’t go back later and add more if you change your mind. So please be sure to deposit the right amount the first time round.

As well as claiming the deposit bonus, you will also be entitled to claim 10bet’s regular promotions for existing customers.

Regular promotions such as 100% Refund on Combos, up to £200 per a month. This refund is open to all customers. If you have a combination (accumulator) of 5 teams (selections) or more, and one team lets you down, you can claim a full refund of your stake up to a maximum of £100.00.

You can claim this refund twice in a calender month, meaning you can get refunds in total up to £200.00.

Another promotion for existing customers is the ‘November’s Non-Stop Football – £30 Bonus’ promo. This is where you can get a 100% bonus on a three team accumulator bet with a minimum of 3 selections at odds of at least 1.60 per selection.

There are plenty more promotions like these for 10bet customers, and along with the £200.00 Welcomce Bonus, now seems to be a good time to get a new 10bet account, as the £200.00 package won’t last forever.

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The Race for the Premier League Golden Boot

Sergio Aguero of Manchester City and Chelsea’s Diego Costa are currently at the head of the Betfair.com Premiership Golden Boot market, but will they stay there? Injuries and loss of form can hamper players throughout the course of the season so in this article, we will discuss the merits of these two high-class strikers, and take a look at others who could yet stake a claim for the Premier League’s Golden Boot.

Current leader

The current leader of the race for the Golden Boot is Sergio Aguero who has already bagged 12 goals in just 11 games – with only nine starts in that period. The Argentinian hitman shot to the top of the charts with a four-goal haul against Tottenham Hotspur back in October. Aguero was also the man who decided the Manchester derby with a solitary strike, and followed that up with a brace in the 2-2 draw against Queens Park Rangers.

One word of caution for backers of the Argentine would be that the diminutive forward has a history of injuries – and hamstring strains in particular. Aguero has been out of action three times in the last year with that complaint alone but if he can keep healthy for a sustained period of the season, then the 26-year old is likely to take some catching at the top of the charts.

Cult hero

Chelsea’s Diego Costa was the early leader in the Golden Boot race before being usurped by Aguero and the Spanish international striker has seamlessly fitted into Jose Mourinho’s side. Costa has hit 10 goals in just nine appearances for the West London outfit, and is fast becoming a cult hero at Stamford Bridge. Of those nine starts, the Spaniard has failed to score in just two games in that period – against Manchester City and Queens Park Rangers.

Mourinho tends to set his Chelsea side out with a lone striker, and Costa fits the bill perfectly with his strength to hold off defenders, and a deadly eye for goal. The former Atletico Madrid man is without question the manager’s first choice striker and looks certain to push Aguero very hard for the Golden Boot crown.

Hot run

Another new arrival to the Premier League is Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez, who has scored eight goals in his new colours. Sanchez is on a hot run of form with six goals in his last four league outings. Two goal hauls at Sunderland and at home to Burnley have been sandwiched with strikes against Hull and Swansea in his latest appearance. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger often deploys Sanchez in a wider role though, which could hinder his scoring potential, but the former Barcelona man is definitely one for the shortlist.

Natural

Buoyed by a recent call-up to the England national squad, West Brom’s Saido Berahino has already showcased his natural scoring talents on many occasions this season. The 21-year old has netted seven goals in his 11 matches for the Baggies, which have been a huge help to manager Alan Irvine. Berahino has recently gone two games without finding the net, but scored in four consecutive games previously – that included strikes against Liverpool and Manchester United. It isn’t likely that the West Brom man will walk away with the Golden Boot this season, but the lively striker could one day prove to be a serious contender.

Other names to consider are QPR’s Charlie Austin, Graziano Pelle of Southampton and West Ham’s Diafra Sakho. All three of these strikers are new to the Premier League this season, and have all found the net six times so far. The one to take from this list would have to be Pelle, due to the Saints’ fine start to the season – and could be worth a small wager for place money.

In conclusion, the race for the Golden Boot looks to be between Aguero and Diego Costa. Despite being two goals behind, Costa may just be the man to side with considering Aguero’s injury history.

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2016 European Championship Betting – Germans 7/2 Favourites

There has been no major moves in the betting for winner of the 2016 European Championships, with the Germans still at the top of the betting to add the European title to the World Cup they won in Brazil earlier this year. The best price available on Germany is 7/2 with bet365, who also offer new customers a £200.00 Welcome Bonus.

All bet365 customers can also claim a £50.00 free bet on mobile or tablet, even if you have just signed up and claimed the £200.00 welcome bonus.

Back to the football, and even though the likes of Holland, Spain and even Germany have got off to sluggish starts in their respective campaigns, the fact that the finals have been extended to 24 teams means that most of the major nations can afford a few slips up and should still be able to qualify fairly comfortably.

All of Germany, Spain and Holland returned to winning ways this week, but elsewhere on the continent there were massive shock results with San Marino, Liechtenstein and Faroe Islands picking up points.

Starting on Friday, and I was amazed when I seen Greece defeated at home by Faroe Islands, and after losing their previous home match 2-0 to Northern Ireland, I’ll be amazed if Claudio Ranieri can survive this result and keep his job.

The 1-0 reversal sees Greece at the bottom of Group F with 1 point from 4 matches. While for the Faroe Islands, this was their first competitive victory since a 1-0 win over Luxembourg back in 2001, and their first ever competitive victory over a (so-called) major footballing nation.

Then on Saturday, more shock results as Estonia were held to a 0-0 draw by San Marino, giving them their first ever competitive point in European Championship history. And another shock, as Liechtenstein won 1-0 away in Moldova on what was a great weekend for the smaller nations of European football.

On to Sunday (and away from the minnows), and despite a brilliant result for Wales in Belgium (0-0 draw), they see themselves replaced at the top of Group B by Israel who beat Bosnia-Herzegovina 3-0. The win for Israel gives them 3 wins from 3 matches played, and with Cyprus also picking up points in this section, it makes it quite an open and exciting group.

Wales are now 5/4 to qualify for the finals, you can find more European Championships odds on the top betting sites at SportsbookNavigator.com. Of the other home nations to qualify, England are 1/500, Scotland 6/5, Republic of Ireland 6/4 and Northern Ireland are also 6/4.

Both the Irish sides suffered reversals with Martin O’Neill’s Republic losing an exciting – if not quality – match against Scotland (1-0) at Celtic Park on Friday night, and Northern Ireland’s unbelievable start to the campaign came to a shuddering halt in Romania (losing 2-0, also on Friday).

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Sunday 2016 European Championship Qualifiers Betting Promotions

Another round of 2016 European Championship qualifiers take place today, with Wales – the only home nation in action – visiting Belgium in what looks on paper a very difficult fixture for Chris Coleman’s team.

Also today we have a new accounts offer from Betfair on Netherlands (Holland), and another enhanced odds accumulator from Paddy Power for new customers.

Starting with the Netherlands offer, and anybody opening a new Betfair account here can get 3/1 on Netherlands to beat Latvia and up to a further £100 in free bets.

This is a brilliant offer from Betfair, first you are getting Netherlands enhanced from 1/6 to 3/1, and then you can claim 5 free bets of £20.00.

Every time you place 4 bets of £10.00, you will receive a free bet of £20.00. You can do this 5 times, giving you a potential £100.00 worth of free bets.

Moving on, and Paddy Power are also offering another one of their enhanced odds accumulators today. Anybody opening a new Paddy Power account through this link can get enhanced odds of 18/1 on Belgium, Italy, Holland & Czech Republic. All four are at home, with Netherlands and Belgium major odds on favourites, making this a great value accumulator.

Speaking of Belgium, and they are hosting Gareth Bale’s Wales team when they meet in the Koning Boudewijn Stadion (King Baudouin Stadium), Brussels, for their qualifier (live on Sky Sports 5, Kick-Off 5pm).

Wales actually top Group B at the moment, having taken 7 points from their opening 3 matches. Chris Coleman also has the rare luxury of having both Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey available for tonight’s fixture, but when you look at the Belgium midfield with the likes of Eden Hazard etc, the Welsh are going to need them to have the remotest of chances.

A draw – best price of 17/4 with bet365 – would probably be Wales’ most realistic chance, and I’m sure Chris Coleman would take that now. A Welsh victory is a large looking 10/1 with Skybet, you have to look seriously at 10/1 on any team with Gareth Bale in it, remember how he used to win games for Spurs single handed.

A victory for Eden Hazard’s Belgium is a best price of 4/11 with bet365 – who also offer a welcome package of £200.00 to new customers. All bet365 customers can also get a free bet on mobile or tablet of £50.00 (even if you are signing up and getting the £200.00 Welcome Bonus), and you get offers like 0-0 bore draw insurance on all football matches, an especially good offer on negative international football matches.

The Profit Maximiser Calender is packed with risk free money offers again today. As well as the 6 offers on Belgium V Wales, there is a free £10.00 from Betfair, another free tenner from Betfred Virtual, a bet and spin offer from Coral, a free bet from Titan, and the usual Horse Racing refunds and information on extra each-way places.

As well as these daily offers, there is also the 100 plus new account offers already pre loaded for new members, which you should be easily able to make at least a tenner an offer from on average. Profit Maximiser comes with a 30 day ‘no questions’ asked money back guarantee, meaning you can try it out risk free with absolutely nothing to lose!

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Scotland V Ireland Betting – Enhanced Odds Specials

Tonight is the eagerly awaited clash between Gordon Strachan’s Scotland, and Martin O’Neill’s Republic of Ireland (Live on Sky Sports 5, 7.45pm Kick-Off), and just for good measure, the two former Celtic bosses will be facing each other at their former stomping ground, Celtic Park.

The outright winner match odds betting sees Scotland – as the home team – favourites, they are a best price of 29/20 with Winner. Republic of Ireland are a decent looking best price of 5/2 with Coral, and the draw is coming in at top price of 11/5 with bet365 (who are offering new customers a £200.00 Welcome Bonus).

The draw might not be a bad bet tonight after the bonus point Ireland gained with their remarkable 1-1 draw in Germany last month. Martin O’Neill might well decide not getting beat in Scotland is good enough, as he wouldn’t have been expecting to come back from Germany with anything.

Moving on to the new accounts offers for tonight’s match, and they come from Betfair, Boylesports and Winner.

Starting with Betfair, and anybody opening a new Betfair account here can get enhanced odds of either 7/1 on Scotland, or 5/1 on the Rep of Ireland, or your money back as a free bet if you lose.

Boylesports are offering New Mobile customers who open an account through this link a massive 5/1 on both teams to score in the fixture, this has been enhanced from Even money.

And finally onto Winner, and anybody opening a new Winner account here can get enhanced odds of either 5/1 on Scotland to win, or 7/1 on a Republic of Ireland victory.

As well as these magnificent offers on the Scotland/Ireland match, there is also a massive enhanced odds accumulator from Paddy Power available until 5pm today.

Anybody opening a new Paddy Power account through this link can get enhanced odds of 9/1 on Germany, Poland, Portugal and Greece, all to win.

Look at who these teams are playing to see the real value in this bet. Germany are 1/100 to beat Gibraltar, Portugal are 2/9 to beat Armenia, Greece are 2/11 to beat the Faroe Islands, with only Poland at 10/11 to win away in Georgia, looking anything like a competitive match. It’s basically Paddy Power giving you 9/1 on Poland winning!

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2016 European Championship Fixtures – New Bookie Account Offers

There’s another round of international football fixtures over the next few days, with the 2016 European Championships and plenty of friendly internationals taking place, and there are already plenty of new account offers starting to come out

As well as the qualifiers, there is also some friendlies, and some so called friendlies, as we have the small matter of Scotland hosting England on Tuesday night.

Starting with the offers for the next few days, and we already have……………

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5/1 on England to beat Slovenia

It’s International football again this week, and England have a 2016 Euro Championship qualifier against Slovenia at Wembley on Saturday afternoon – and Betvictor have a new account offer available on this match.

Anybody opening a Betvictor account here can get enhanced odds of 5/1 on England to beat Slovenia on Saturday, this is enhanced from 1/3.

This is a new accounts only offer, and the maximum bet at 5/1 is £5.00. Not a massive stake amount, but it is a possible £25.00 in winnings, compared to the £1.66 existing Betvictor customers will get for putting a fiver on England at 1/3.

As predicted by many – including England boss Roy Hodgson, the pitch at Wembley has been churned up by the recent American Football matches played on there. This shouldn’t effect England too badly, and it is obvious that it will be the same for both teams.

Despite the fact that England players are used to playing on immaculate surfaces these days, they still have plenty of experience of playing on dodgy surfaces – and the word is that the pitch isn’t actually as bad as it looks.

It’s not hard to see why the FA are exploring the option of taking England fixtures back out on the road again, in the event of an NFL franchise at Wembley. It is obvious that the ground couldn’t accommodate both, although it does seem ironic that one of the main reasons the ground was mainly built for – the England football team – could be effectively getting evicted.

Bills need to be paid at Wembley though, and an NFL franchise could go a long way to balancing the books. So in defence of the FA, the fans need to understand this. And just think if it possibly led to a Super Bowl being held at Wembley one day!

While I’m on the subject of Grid Iron, and it will soon be this season’s Super Bowl. It’s being held in Arizona on the 1st February, 2015, and live 2015 Super Bowl betting online will again be huge this season, with the UK bookies looking to top £3 Billion they are rumoured to have made on last years final.

So don’t feel too bad about taking the 5/1 on offer for England, I’m sure they can afford the payout!

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