League Previews

Bundesliga Mid-Season Betting Review

The autumn season in the Bundesliga has just finished and the outcome of it was pretty much expected in the first place.

2015/16 La Liga Season Preview – Relegation Battlers

Deportivo managed to avoid relegation last season by the skin of their teeth and overall it has to be said that their campaign last term was a successful one, especially after changing their manager at the late into the season.

2015/16 La Liga Season Preview – Mid Table

Many have accused La Liga of not being competitive enough but with the likes of Málaga, Espanyol and Rayo Vallecano all making drastic improvements over the past few years, the Spanish top flight is as tough as any other league in the world.

2015/16 La Liga Season Preview – European Finish

With the likes of Atletico Madrid, Sevilla and Valencia likely to be taking over the top five, only a single European place will be up for grabs and there will be no less than four teams competing to claim the final Europa League spot.

2015/16 La Liga Season Preview – Top Four

The title race between Barcelona and Real Madrid will surely be exciting but strange as it may sound; many will be equally interested in the race for the next two spots on the table as well.

2015/16 La Liga Season Preview – Title Contenders

La Liga may well be a two horse race every season but there is no denying the fact that the quality of the league has improved dramatically over the years as evidenced by Spanish side’s fine performances in Europe and one can be sure that perhaps the best league in the world will be competitive as ever this term.

2015/16 Serie A Season Preview – Relegation Battlers

Serie A 2015/16 Season Relegation Battlers Empoli (2.50 to be relegated at Bet365) managed to easily avoid the drop last season with a strong showing throughout the course of the campaign but under new management of Marco Giampaolo as well as very little spending in the transfer market, it remains Read More

2015/16 Serie A Season Preview – Mid Table

Due to the extravagant spending of the bigger teams, the likes of Genoa, Sampdoria and Torino could well suffer. However, it is not to say that the exciting trio will not be looking to punch above their weight once again.