While many people have found themselves settling into life without football or sports betting recently, others have been hankering for the game to get back on track. This has never been more apparent than when it comes to the English Premier League, and people have already been casting their predictions over which teams will be finishing at the top of the leaderboard.
The wait for its return is almost over, and there’s going to be a 92-game scenario taking place, which will provide us with all the necessary information on who will be making it to next year’s Champions League and which teams will be regulated out of contention. Of course, most people can see that Liverpool has pretty much got the title in the bag if they can stave off competition from Manchester City. And following a 30-year bleak period for the Northern side, it’s probably better to let them get on with it and obtain success.
Of course, that doesn’t mean that the remaining teams can’t have a bloody good try at capturing their own glory in the process. Teams have already begun their pre-season training, and friendlies are soon to become operational again with the final preparations for such being put into place. As it happens, where sports betting is concerned, there’s nothing really out of the ordinary being offered.
Take 1xBet for example, which has its own range of sports betting opportunities for gamblers to involve themselves in. Everything seems quite normal with regard to betting odds for teams over the proceeding nine remaining games, or 10 games for four of the teams involved. Fortunately, you can take these odds through the desktop site or the 1xBet mobile app, which is free to download. At least that way, you’re able to bet on the matches and their outcomes wherever you are. Simply download it to your device and login with your standard details to engage in mobile sports betting.
What About Man U, Though?
What does seem to stand out conspicuously are the odds being offered on Manchester United. Some sportsbooks have some intriguing possibilities on the team finishing in the top four, although this would have been quite the stupid scenario several months back. Of course, this was prior to the Manchester team signing Bruno Fernandes from Portugal’s Sporting Lisbon. He’s provided United with quite the sensational form of play since signing on the dotted line.
It’s always going to be a great thing when top-class players like Roy Keane and Gary Neville sing your praises, and Fernandes seems to have the right attitude about his gameplay, bringing energy and excitement to the pitch. Without a doubt, he’s been quite the catalyst to helping United improve their chances.
Having gone through six wins out of seven games played (including the defeat of Manchester City), United is certainly in a much better place right now. Paul Pogba may finally improve his own attitude now that his team is back to winning ways, although he may be kissing goodbye to his number 10 spot. And when you consider that Marcus Rashford is now back to full health, there could be a bright near future in place for Manchester United.
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