• Posted on: 29 November 2016

England are believed to be the favourites when they meet with Spain in a friendly match on Tuesday.

Both teams are expected to slug it out on Tuesday night with the Three Lions hosting the much-awaited game at Wembley Stadium. In the last decade Spain have been a major force in international football. However, they have been failing to live up to expectations in the last few years. In the last two major international tournaments – the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and the Euro 2016 in France – Spain have disappointed many.

Manchester City Backed to End Drought against Southampton

  • Posted on: 25 October 2016

Just a few weeks ago, Pep Guardiola was one of the talking points in the Premier League after his Manchester City team had made a stunning start to the league campaign.

The club created a new record for the most number of consecutive wins, but they now have fallen into the darker periods. Even now, Guardiola continues to create a lot of debate but for different reasons. City have failed to win in the last four matches of all competitions and also includes a thrashing at the hands of Barcelona. Even during this difficult run, Guardiola has persisted with his techniques of playing out from the back and keeping the ball.

Beating the Bookies

  • Posted on: 26 August 2016

Choosing a casino provider can be a confusing affair: Do you go with a brand name that you recognise or do you get involved with an operator who you’ve seen advertise heavily on national TV?

For most of us it can be a tough choice but one way to filter through the many options is to look at the welcome bonuses.


  • Posted on: 14 August 2016

Interpol was reported to have arrested over 4000 people in well coordinated raids as they clamp down on illegal soccer gambling.

Interpol carries out the raid across eleven different countries during the Euro 2016 continental tournament in France. The latest global operation was mounted against illegal gambling and the operation in China, France, Malaysia, Singapore, Greece, Thailand, Vietnam, and Italy. The operation SOGA VI is the sixth investigation into football gambling by Interpol, the organization that facilitates cross-border policing, according to the Guardian.

SOGA is short for “soccer gambling” and has bedevilled the game and people for long, so the raid was to cut on the illicit operation. Another operation called Aces is well targeted at illicit betting websites and call centre operations in Cambodia, South Korea, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

China experiencing boom in soccer betting

  • Posted on: 16 July 2016

With soccer continuing to develop in China, soccer betting is also experiencing a boom. More and more people are turning to online betting sites to gamble.

However, this has also given rise to illegal gambling online.

Illegal gambling in China is mostly done through messaging apps such as WeChat and Alibaba apps. Given that online gambling is illegal in China, it is very difficult to get accurate information from gamblers. They said that most of the gambles are done through the use of messaging apps and that the payments are distributed by money transfer services such as bank transfer, Alipay or WeChat.


  • Posted on: 22 June 2016

Newcastle legend Michael Owen shared his thoughts on the Europa League final before he flying out to Basel for BT Sports ahead of the final.

The retired footballer turned Pundit is also a BetVictor Ambassador.

The Reds have won all three UEFA Cup/Europa League finals they have played to date whilst their Spanish opposition in Wedneasday’s final are unbeaten on four of such finals so one of the sides will lose their proud record in Switzerland. Owen predicts the Spanish guys will be the one to lose it. The retired player thinks Liverpool will lift the trophy (7/5) and will not only do so but will do it in regular 90 minutes.

Jose Antonio Camacho believes that Vicente del Bosque should continue

  • Posted on: 12 June 2016

Former Real Madrid star Jose Antonio Camacho believes that Vicente del Bosque should continue as the Spain manager even after the Euro 2016.

The World Cup winning coach is expected to announce his decision to step down from the job after the European championships next month. The 65-year-old has so far not made it clear what his future holds. The recent disappointment of the World Cup 2014 seems to be playing a lot in his mind. Despite going into the World Cup 2014 as the reigning champions, Spain suffered an embarrassing group stage exit.