Bookies expect Raheem Sterling to become the Young Player of the Year in England. However, Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford has improved a lot lately and could challenge him for the honour. There are plenty of great talents to choose from, which makes it hard to place a bet on anyone confidently. We’ve got you covered though: here are the best PFA Young Player of the Year betting odds and our predictions.
The betting odds on Marquez to win MotoGP 2019 show that bookies expect the Spaniard to defend his title. However, he’s still not 100% fit after his surgery this winter. If he drops points in the first few races, that could let the likes Dovizioso and Rossi to build a momentum. Anything’s possible this year, but we’ve made our predictions and collected the best MotoGP 2019 odds for you.
Gareth Bale could be forced out of the Bernabeu in the summer. You can bet on Gareth Bale’s next club to be one of the Premier giants. Tottenham, Liverpool, Manchester City and United are on top of the list to make a bid when the next transfer window opens.
President Trump’s emergency declaration to build a wall faces legal challenges as expected. Several lawsuits will quikly work their way to the US Supreme Court, and then it could go either way. You can bet on the National Emergency to be blocked or to be ruled in favour. We think it will likely be blocked.
On March 30th, the Russian Academy of Cinema Arts and Science will present the best film of the past year. From all the five pictures nominated, the Nika Award betting odds are favouring Anna’s War (Voina Anna), though Summer (Leto) might surprise in the ceremony.
Bookies argue that Eden Hazard’s transfer to Real Madrid is almost certain. Meanwhile, Manchester United are expected to make a move for Jadon Sancho. It’s getting harder to see through all the transfer rumours around, let alone to make the best bets possible. We’ve got you covered: here are the best summer transfer betting specials.
PSG were eliminated from the Champions League after Man United staged a miracle to overturn the result in their favour.