Odds for Pep to win silverware this season

4 Mar

This is a guest post by Graham Tower. City’s emphatic 5-1 defeat of Huddersfield on Wednesday leaves Pep Guardiola with the possibility of winning the FA Cup, league title and Champions League in his first season but what are the odds? Mike Summerbee was adamant after the FA Cup replay that the Premier League is [...]

Bringing sports betting into the age of data analytics

21 Jan

This is a guest post by Bob. Las Vegas ushered in a golden era of gambling, a true “adult playground” for the world. But times are changing – gambling has come a long way from all-nighters spent at the craps table, a pretty cocktail waitress making sure your gin & tonic remains bottomless. In this [...]

Bookmakers and Pep lose confidence after 4-0 defeat by Everton

19 Jan

This is a guest post by Maxime Lebail. This past weekend City fell foul of their 5th Premier League defeat of the current season, losing 4-0 to an overtly energised Everton side. Stats wise Manchester City have shown over 50% possession per match (the only Premiership side this season to achieve this) but have conceded [...]

5 January Signings to Breathe Life into Manchester City’s Title Challenge

10 Jan

This is a guest post from Matthew Harris. With Pep Guardiola’s billing within the English media akin to that of the second coming of Christ during the summer, Manchester City fans can be forgiven for thinking ‘is this it?’ as far as their team’s progress this season is concerned. Okay, so they have qualified for [...]

The Kansas City Chiefs – Lying in Wait

10 Jan

This is a guest post from Tony Samboras. With National Football League playoffs officially underway, most folks are looking at the Dallas Cowboys and the New England Patriots as favorites to take down the conference championships and faceoff against one another in the Super Bowl. Before anyone anoints either of those teams as Super Bowls [...]

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