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World Cup Odds: Reasons To Watch

May 31st, 2014 by G Waldorf

Australia’s World Cup odds make intimidating reading, so Socceroos fans will have to manage their expectations a little bit. We’re excited by the prospect of seeing an emerging Australia side full of youngsters take on the world, but we’ve been on the lookout for the best reasons to watch the World Cup in Brazil, and here are some:
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State of Origin: Blues Defy The Odds

May 31st, 2014 by TJ Dilfer

It was the 100th State of Origin game, and it had its moments of difficulty in the run-up, with seats controversially left unsold and some average off-field behaviour taking the focus away from the rugby. But we shouldn’t have doubted that all would be well on the night, because this is State of Origin.

And what a game! The State of Origin odds have flipped after Read the rest of this entry »

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World Cup Odds: The Sound Of The World Cup

May 29th, 2014 by G Waldorf

Gone are the days, perhaps, when we had checklist on the wall for all the things we need to be ready for the FIFA World Cup in Brazil (we haven’t been able to get hold of one this time around), but there are a few things on the list: all the Australia World Cup odds so we can make a bet or two; a chart to see who Australia would have met in the knockout stages and to track the whole tournament; an alarm clock to get us up to watch the games at funny times (got to love the time difference); a truly awful motto to be written in huge letters on the side of the Socceroos bus; and a World Cup Soundtrack. It’s going well…

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AFL: All The Odds For Sunday’s Fixtures

May 29th, 2014 by TJ Dilfer

The end of Round Eleven on Sunday brings us close to the halfway point of the season, and there has already been plenty to enjoy. We’ve got all sorts of Round Eleven odds for you to check out, but it’s time, too, to start looking again at the AFL odds and futures for the business end of the season. Make sure you’re sitting comfortably for Sunday’s games, too – there are Read the rest of this entry »

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World Cup Odds: Ambitious Australia

May 28th, 2014 by G Waldorf

The World Cup is just weeks away, and Australia have played their farewell game in front of a 50,000 strong crowd at the ANZ Stadium. Sure, it was a 1-1 draw against a pretty average South Africa side that hasn’t done anything to shorten Australia’s World Cup odds in the bookies eyes. And, sure, it would be fair to say that Read the rest of this entry »

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AFL Odds: A Big Saturday Of AFL Action

May 28th, 2014 by TJ Dilfer

Round Eleven hits its stride on Saturday, with some great action already likely to be behind us in the round, and some good things still to look forward to. Ladder leaders and form side Port Adelaide are in action, but there’s much more movement likely at the foot of the table than at the top, especially if the odds in the Power’s favour are anything to go by – you can, of course, get all your Round Eleven odds by following the link…

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World Cup Odds: Brazil Players To Watch

May 28th, 2014 by G Waldorf

With the 2014 FIFA World Cup only weeks away, we find ourselves looking back at the tournaments that have been, and thinking of the players that have etched themselves in our memories. As Australia fans, we remember the Tim Cahills and the Mark Brescianos, but we can also appreciate the players who light up the tournament. And, whilst Australia’s World Cup odds suggest that the man who makes himself a hero in Brazil won’t be wearing green and gold – at least not in the knockout stages – we thought we’d have a little look at the candidates…

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State of Origin Odds: The 100th Game

May 28th, 2014 by TJ Dilfer

Tonight’s game is set to be a belter. It’s an historic occasion – the 100th time NSW and Queensland have met in a State of Origin series, and we’re expecting another close-fought contest, and one that starts with fireworks. The Blues go in as the underdogs, but there’s lots more State of Origin Game 1 odds on offer than just the outright, not to mention State of Origin odds and futures for the series. We always like the look of a first tryscorer bet, and there’s probably some merit in betting on a tight margin for a game like this.

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World Cup Odds: Belgian Dark Horses

May 28th, 2014 by G Waldorf

The FIFA World Cup is arguably the most coveted prize in international sport, and it’s a difficult thing to do to win it – a little look at Australia’s World Cup odds will tell you how far the Socceroos have yet to travel before they are genuine contenders for the trophy. But a look at Read the rest of this entry »

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AFL: Sydney vs Geelong Odds

May 27th, 2014 by TJ Dilfer

It’s Round Eleven, and things are looking interesting at the top of the ladder – AFL fans are in for another treat this week as some key clashes unfold, including Thursday’s game between Sydney and Geelong that could be decisive in the struggle unfolding in the top four. We’ve got all the odds for this one, as well as your full Round Eleven odds: all you have to do is follow the link!

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