A look to the World Cup Qualifiers to get some much needed excitement out of some pretty dull looking games.

Without domestic divisions to help distract us from our hangovers and lives, the weekend could look as empty as Roy Hodgson’s England reunion party guest list but fear not for there is always football somewhere. Here are a few tips from the international games this weekend, enjoy! Ireland v Wales. Ireland go into this match … Continue reading

A Massive Midlands Derby And Some Shrimps On The Plymouth Barbie

It’s a spicy encounter at the quietest of times, but the East Midlands derby between Forest and Derby has an added tablespoon of heat this weekend thanks to the arrivals of Mark Warbuton and Gary Rowett at their respective managerial helms. Both sides are bang out of form in the Championship, so both gaffers will … Continue reading

Unlucky for some: Thirteen Crackers From The FA Cup And EFL

It’s FA Cup Quarter Final weekend, and if you’re a fan of backing Arsenal at 1/12 and Spurs at 2/13, then this isn’t the blog for you. Chelsea at 20/23 is much more like it, though. They’re on a run of eight wins out of ten, while United will be in the middle of a … Continue reading

EFL Preview: Cardiff to March On and A Fabulous Five-Fold

We kick things off with a huge game at the top of the Championship, where Huddersfield are hosting Newcastle in a game that will add a few more finishing touches to the automatic promotion picture. The Terriers sit third, while Newcastle returned to the summit in midweek thanks to their victory over now second-placed Brighton. … Continue reading

EFL Preview: Yorkshire Derby Galore And Shrewsbury at 19/4?!

We begin festivities with a Friday night scrap in Burton. But enough about your handbags outside the kebab shop, I’m talking about the crunch game at the bottom of the Championship, where Blackburn travel to east Staffordshire in a game that could see them plunged further into trouble. Burton have had a great week, having followed … Continue reading

Cappa’s FA Cup And EFL Mash Up

A sprinkling of FA Cup action compliments this weekend’s EFL offering, and if you’ve got the cojones, there’s some dollar to be made. First up, you’d be mad not to jump on the Leicester-are-back-to-being-shit-again bandwagon by backing Millwall to topple the Premier League champions. The Lions haven’t lost at The Den since Christmas, and have … Continue reading

This weekend’s European bankers

Serie A. Bienvenue, benvenuto, bienvenido, willkommen and welcome to some more tips from the continent designed to help you grab some extra dosh. We start this week in the land of pizza, pasta and Pavarotti. Roma and Napoli are the two in form sides of Italy at the moment and the former hosts Joe Hart’s … Continue reading

Rovers to Down The Millers and a Wheely Good Goalscorer Tip

We’ll kick off our EFL preview with a trip to Elland Road where Leeds United are hosting Cardiff City. Leeds are on a roll at home – they’ve won six games in a row without conceding at their place, while Neil Warnock’s Cardiff have been struggling on the road in that time – their last … Continue reading

Inter to comeback in style whilst Gijon worries worsen.

Serie A. Described by Gigi Buffon as having “better form than Real Madrid or Barcelona” before last Sunday’s derby d’italia defeat, Inter Milan will look to bounce back in style at home to Empoli on Sunday. Before the aforementioned defeat to the Old Lady of Italian football, Inter Milan had won eight on the bounce … Continue reading

Tom Johnson – Welcome to Europe!

Just because the UK are cracking on with Article 50 doesn’t mean that you can’t take advantage of the European leagues and earn some much needed extra dosh. Here are some tips from the continental land of late night kick offs, ultras and some fairly creative fan murals. Serie A. The surprise package of the … Continue reading