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There is no doubt the 2013-14 La Liga season was an entertaining one. Atletico Madrid’s draw with Barcelona at the Camp Nou on the final day ensured Diego Simeone’s side won their first league title in 18 years. They conceded only 26 goals with the best defensive record in the competition last season and their […]

08 - August - 2014

DAILY BLOG: Friday 8th August 2014

YES IT IS FINALLY HERE! The new season begins and the team at Sport Tipster cannot wait to get started. In tonight’s action, we finally get to see Blackburn take on Cardiff and Dan Lewis (Cardiff) will be pitting his wits against Andrew Law-Riding (Blackburn) in a clash of two expert bloggers. These guys know their […]

08 - August - 2014

TENNIS: Novak Djokovic’s Rogers cup run comes to an end, Murray makes it through to the next round by default and the Wawrinka upset  

Novak Djokovic was expected to preform well at the Toronto masters, after having a good run at Wimbledon and his liking for the hard surface, we could see the World number 1 winning the Rogers cup for the fourth time. However a shocking result has cut his run short as Jo Wilfred Tsonga beats the Serbian in […]

08 - August - 2014

Ali-nalysis: Bundesliga Build Up

Who will finish in mid-table in the Bundesliga next season? This is the question to be answered first in a weekly study of all things Bundesliga in the run up to the start of the new season on August 22nd. As a result of starting a week after the Premier League and two weeks after […]

07 - August - 2014

BRIGHTON: Pre-season preview

It has been another summer of change at Brighton & Hove Albion. Events off the pitch have once again overshadowed those on the pitch, as the club moves in to a new era. It all started back at the end of last season when Oscar Garcia resigned as head coach of the Albion, following a […]

07 - August - 2014

SHEFFIELD UNITED: A season of expectation awaits

Every season I think fans of every club have a sense of optimism of what may lay ahead. Even the most pessimistic of supporters always still have that ‘what if’ feeling as the kick off to another campaign grows ever closer. Fans of The Blades can be forgiven for feeling more optimistic than most as […]

07 - August - 2014

FOOTBALL: FIFA and The Impossible Tournament

Before this year began, holding the 2018 World Cup in Russia was already being criticised by many observers around the globe. However that never got to boiling point because the football fraternity and the sporting media were more focused on the 2022 World Cup going to Qatar. Indeed there were more gaps in the Qatar […]

07 - August - 2014

SNOOKER: THE RIGA OPEN 2014 (Starts Thu 08/08/14)

Well my friends the snooker has finally returned! As the season is so new it is hard to say who the inform players are but I think we can make some educated decisions. I have 3 bets lined up for the first round matches and here they are: 1. Michael Wasley, Alan McManus, Oliver Lines […]

07 - August - 2014

DAILY BLOG: Thursday 7th August 2014

The Europa League preliminaries, The Champions League preliminaries, Johnstone’s Paint Trophy matches and Pre-season friendlies all have one thing in common? Have you guessed yet? Three words; Extreme unpredictability and Minefield.  You may as well grab a lighter and set light to your £5 because we’ve never actually had a winner from any of these […]

07 - August - 2014

BIRMINGHAM CITY: Pre-season and betting recommendations

A last minute goal from Paul Caddis ensured Birmingham were playing second tier football again this season, and a drop to the third tier would surely have proved catastrophic to the Midlands club’s future. Cult hero Nikola Zigic has left, and the weight of his £65,000 per week wages off the back of a club […]

06 - August - 2014

BRADFORD CITY: Season preview 2014-2015

Finishing 11th in a football league campaign is certainly considered respectable for a newly promoted team, especially when that team loses their best player & star striker (Nahki Wells) in January, and suffers through a host of injuries to key players throughout the year. Losing the likes of Kyel Reid, James Hanson, James Meredith and […]

06 - August - 2014

NON LEAGUE: Guide to betting on Ryman Isthmian Football League

“So which team do you support? Oh, really? OK. But which proper team do you support?” If you’re a follower of a non league football team the likelihood is that you recognise that conversation only too well. You tell people that you follow a club that isn’t a big name in the Barclays Premier League […]

06 - August - 2014

HUDDERSFIELD TOWN: Pre-season and recommended Bets

Huddersfield Town It’s been a relatively quiet pre-season so far on the transfer front for Mark Robins’ Huddersfield Town, with Coventry keeper Joe Murphy, Forest midfielder Radi Majewski, and Lee Peltier, a fans favourite from his first period at the club, recruited so far. Among the players released over summer were promotion-winning captain Peter Clarke, […]

06 - August - 2014

NOTTINGHAM FOREST: Stuart Pearce’s men to challenge for promotion

The Reds’ pre season preparation has been as expected- fresh arrivals and departures, injury concerns and plenty of speculation regarding all aspects of the club, which is just another normal day for a Forest fan. Heading into the summer there was a feeling of uncertainty surrounding the club, after Davies’ controversial second spell came to […]

06 - August - 2014