LeagueSpy.com A definitive and comprehensive betting guide to world football - originally posted
Football betting can be a great investment or a waste of money, with an ever-increasing number
of people deeming themselves football experts and putting their money where their mouth is on a
daily or weekly basis, only to see their hard-earned cash taken from them.
The African Cup of Nations is underway, but does it feel like we are missing a few people? -
originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The 2012 African Cup of Nations kicked off on Saturday, with co-hosts and debutants Equatorial
Guinea getting a last-gasp, dramatic 1-0 win over Libya. The likes of Didier Drogba, Yaya Toure and
Demba Ba are chomping at the bit to showcase the quality of football in the African continent, but
this year's edition has a number of recognisable absentees.
Arsenal relying on van Persie and midfield strength to beat Manchester United - originally
posted on Soccerlens.com
In August Manchester United and Wayne Rooney inflicted a resounding 8-2 defeat on Arsenal, with
Rooney netting a hat-trick. However, since then it is Robin van Persie who has lit up the Premier
Forward-thinking Richards Can Add Attacking Edge To England - originally posted on
Castrol EDGE performance analysis shows that Manchester City's muscular full-back, Micah
Richards, has rediscovered his best form this season, providing his star-studded City side with a
potent and creative attacking threat.
Bale living up to the hype for Tottenham - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
According to Castrol EDGE Performance analysis, Gareth Bale has been one of the Premier League's
best performers this season, with the Welsh winger both scoring and creating regularly for his
high-flying Tottenham side.
Premier League Preview: Upset at the Bridge and a third defeat for United? - originally posted
With Tottenham tied on points with Manchester United and City hitting a bump in form, the title
race is becoming more wide open, and in turn it leaves three teams three of the original Big Four,
Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea fighting it out for the fourth place.
FA Cup Tips: Henry returns to Arsenal and 2012â€²s first Manchester derby - originally posted on
Liverpool are 1.12 to beat Oldham tonight and progress into the next round of the FA Cup, and it
really should be a case of how many they win by despite their poor home record.
The Reds have won all three previous meetings between the two sides in this competition, and
although they have been eliminated at this stage in each of the last two seasons it's 88 years
since they went three consecutive seasons without making it past the third round.
Stats: Why Arsenal need to sell Arshavin NOW - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
We preview Arsenal v Aston Villa ahead of their FA Cup fourth round tie this Sunday. The
analysis highlights Andrei Arshavin's fall from grace, a comparison between Mikel Arteta and
Stilian Petrov as well as looking at Darren Bent's threat for Aston Villa.