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Betting on the Premiership

Submitted by isport on Tue, 09/10/2013 - 14:07

Gambling on the possible winners of the Premiership is difficult and risky at such an early stage of the season. That will not stop legions of football betting lovers hitting the bookies to see what odds are available on the different teams.

Most people see this season as being a straight fight between Chelsea and the two clubs from Manchester, and the bookmakers have them down as favourites. City are currently hot favourites at 7/4, with Chelsea second at 11/5 and Manchester United behind them at 3/1, so who should you bet on?

Manchester City had a good transfer window, identifying their targets early, and moving swiftly to sign them. They have taken a risk in sacking Roberto Mancini and replacing him with Manuel Pellegrini. United have taken a similar calculated risk in appointing David Moyes to replace Alex Ferguson, but have endured a miserable summer when it comes to transfers, and remain weak in central midfield.

Chelsea have also been stymied in their attempts to sign Wayne Rooney (like it was ever going to happen), but have plenty of title winning experience in their squad. As well as having the manager with the most experience of trophy success, although their squad is getting long in the tooth.

What this all suggests is a very tight race, and until the window closes, we can’t accurately assess the quality of each squad. Thus waiting until then, while sampling an online casino slot such as Game On, is a tip worth considering.

After all, games like this video slot with three reels have a lot to recommend them to football fans. Not the least of which is the fact that they can be played on a phone now, with mobile casino apps provided by sites, so you can take them with you to the match.

Slots games like this one also offer a chance at winning a cash jackpot, and are the form of casino gambling that presents the best odds of a payout, thanks to the wild and scatter symbols on the reels. Finally there is the football theme, which revolves around an animal version of the World Cup, captured with high quality (and very funny) graphics, so there is no reason not to have a shot at Game On.