The FIFA World Cup in Numbers

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FIFA World Cup 2014 Odds and Probabilities

If you’re looking forward to the world cup and, more importantly, making some money on it head on over to this website and have a read of this blog post http://goo.gl/agheF1 The article assumes that you have a basic knowledge of MS Excel and doesn’t claim that you’ll definitely clean up at the bookies, but […]

The World Cup Was a Success…..Now Let’s Build On It

  Packed stadiums, national media coverage, competitive games and rugby league in the public eye. This is what international sport should be about. 4 years is far too long to wait for another international competition, we have to have something before that. In general the group stages worked well as the majority of the games were […]

Time For The RFL To Draw A Line Under London?

  33 Years. That’s how long the RFL have persevered with the idea of Rugby League in London. Who can blame them really? With the population of London and the status of the city on the world stage, if Rugby League was to take off in London it would do wonders for the game. But […]

Predicting the FA Cup Winner

  The FA Cup is renowned for David and Goliath battles, and this season and produced yet another. Favourit has taken a statistical look at the upcoming final between five time winner Manchester City and soon to be relegated Wigan Athletic (possibly). We have combined all the stats with Favourit TipTracker to give punter the […]

Grand National 2013 Betting tips and advice [infographic]

  The John Smith’s Grand National help at Aintree racecourse is like no other event on the horse racing calendar. A British sporting institution, attracting over 154,000 racegoers over three days for events such as Grand Opening Day, Ladies Day and of course the main event, John Smiths Grand National. Bet on Grand National has […]

Which Is The Biggest Rugby League Derby?

As Easter is almost upon us the usual debate as to which is the biggest derby in Rugby League comes around again. The contenders are: Leeds & Bradford Wigan & St Helens Hull & Hull KR Castleford & Wakefield Whilst fans of each club will argue until they are blue in the face that their […]

Why People Love Watching the NRL [infographic]

Why People Love Watching the National Rugby League infographic

Easy Win For The Rhinos, But It Could Have Been More

Last night’s score line suggests an easy win for Leeds against Salford, and in truth it was. Leeds battled against a determined Salford side that rarely looked like troubling the try line. The team played well and Joel Moon looks like a quality signing – could he be the missing player we have needed since […]

Premier League Financial Changes – A Step In The Right Direction?

The Premier League agreed some new financial regulations this week which will limit what clubs can spend on player wages from next season and not allow the clubs to make a loss of more than £105m over the next three seasons. £105,000,000! Can you imagine what would be said if Mr Tesco said to his […]

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