Top 5 reasons we love football betting

Betting had always been part of humans’ lives. Just imagine two of our ancestors, sitting in a cave, placing a wager on who is going to come home with larger prey. Doesn’t seem to far off, does it? However, our interest in betting, especially betting on football practically ‘exploded’ after the IIWW. And it became even more popular in the last few decades, after online betting was introduced. Betting online is very convenient and easy and you can place a wager on your favourite team, or play your favourite casino game from your living room. There are a lot of punter and casino gamers these days, and as a result, there is a lot of competition. Check out these newest netent casinos and play some of your favourite casino games. So, we’ve established we love betting on football, and now we’re going to see exactly why we love it so much.


Paul Pogba all set to play his second Man United debut against Southampton

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho impressed by the £89m signing Paul Pogba during training and has confirmed the midfielder will make his second United debut when they face Southampton on Friday.

The 23-year-old Frenchman completed his world record £89 million move to Old Trafford from Juventus ahead of this season. He is expected to play for the Red Devils on Friday night’s fixture with Southampton.


Will there be another surprise star this season?

Last season the football world was astounded as a relatively unrecognised player emerged as one of the brightest talents in the Premier League.

Riyad Mahrez hit the ground running for Leicester City in 2015-16 and never stopped. He went on to score 17 goals and picked up 11 assists on his way to being crowned the PFA Player of the Year. As many expected the likes of Eden Hazard and Mesut Ozil to hog the limelight, it was a refreshing change to see an unknown player rise to the top so rapidly.