AUG 4: WELOVEBETTING’S 2015/16 ENGLISH FOOTBALL PREVIEW

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THE new English season gets started on Saturday. Our pals at WeLoveBetting have put together unrivalled online coverage of all four divisions, major markets and teams. You simply won’t find a more extensive betting preview to 2015/16 on the internet so I just had to share…

Premier League

Allow Chris Graham (@ChrisGraham79) to guide you through all the major Premier League markets ahead of the big kick-off.

There’s plenty of stats, plenty of edgy opinion and of course plenty of value prices.

Championship

Mark O’Haire (@MarkOHaire) is your man in the Championship with everything covered from who’s going to win promotion to the Premier League down to the complete ante-post stats pack to aid your new season betting.

Matt Vale (@MattDVale) adds his unique touch with a view on the most intriguing specials bets with a keen eye on a newly-promoted club.

League One

As well as Mark O’Haire (@MarkOHaire) talking us through all 24 runners and riders, the relegation race and outright winner markets, we brought Matt Vale (@MattDVale) back onboard to give us his view on the third tiers most outstanding specials selections.

WLB also managed to snare keen Football League goalscoring expert Gavin Horsfall (@GHorsfall) to share his views on who’ll finish Top Goalscorer in League One.

League Two

More extensive coverage from the Football League as Mark O’Haire (@MarkOHaire) gives us his verdict on a couple of big-priced picks to win promotion whilst Matt Vale (@MattDVale) is again on specials duty.

WLB also persuaded Anytime Goalscoring genius Gavin Horsfall (@GHorsfall) back to plug his Top Goalscorer hot-shots.

New Season Offers

The industry big-hitters have been out in force this week, eager to grab your attention with bigger and better offers than ever.

WLB have hand-picked the best of the new season promotions to make your life a little easier.

What The Experts Say

Some of the biggest names in football journalism and the betting industry were kind enough to lend their expert opinions on the new season.

In all there’s 13 top-notch names to nominate their best bets and divisional winners from across the English leagues.

Three Football League Dark Horses To Follow

Gabriel Sutton (@_Footballab) found three Football League dark horses that caught his imagination.

Here Gabriel puts his case across in writing and the results make very interesting reading.

Why Portsmouth Won’t Finish In The Top-7

Phwoar. Arguably the most controversial piece of 2015/16 preview content on WLB right now.

Gabriel Sutton (@_Footballab) has annoyed plenty of Portsmouth fans as he delivers his negative verdict on their status as firm League Two favourites.

The Ultimate Scottish Football Guide To 2015/16 

The Scottish season may already be underway but don’t worry, WLB has given the game north of the border an incredible amount of attention too.

Chris Graham (@ChrisGraham) and Dino Vita (@VitaDino) share their thoughts on every team, every league and every major market.

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Selected your squad yet? Fancy yourself as a bit of a fantasy football genius?

Join the WLB league ahead of the 2015/16 season for monthly and season-long prizes.

17 Comments
  1. Greg Browning 1 year ago

    Hats off gents, a brilliant informative summary
    All free of charge – keep up the good work :)

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      Mr Fixit 1 year ago

      Greg, a lot of work has gone into that. I can only dream of the day I have that sort of time.

  2. Eddie 1 year ago

    Fantastic Informative write up
    Mr F it would take me a whole season to write up something like that

  3. Greg Browning 1 year ago

    Can only imagine the man hours that have gone into that – you need about two hours just to absorb it all, haha!

  4. punterpounder 1 year ago

    great job by the we love betting guys informative and a great read well appreciated

  5. Mark O'Haire 1 year ago

    Cheers for the kind words, chaps. Delighted you’re enjoying it.

    It was quite the slog but we got there eventually thanks to plenty of excellent contributors.

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      Mr Fixit 1 year ago

      Mark, as I said earlier it’s good stuff. Spoiled for choice with that and the racing post pullout

  6. Barnsleylad 1 year ago

    Great write up, will be following tips. Thanks :-)

  7. Mr. Orange 1 year ago

    Great work WLB! Thanks

    I have gone with Middlesborough top 6, Sheffield United top 6 and Luton top 7 as my main bet @ 4.20 with 888

    And I really like Stoke top 10 @ just over evens

    • Mark O'Haire 1 year ago

      Sounds like a pretty safe treble you’ve got there Mr Orange. Hopefully we’re all rich and famous come May 😉

  8. HullShaker 1 year ago

    Belting stuff fellas – even Mrs. Hull had a look!

  9. TK21 1 year ago

    How in depth was that? Really amazing analysis and hopefully some great tips for the season

  10. Sean Ireland 1 year ago

    PREM LG OPENERS: Saturday
    MAN UTD V SPURS
    Man utd finished just 6 points ahead of Spurs last season but have invested heavily over the summer whilst Spurs have not.
    Man Utd lost last season’s opener at Old Trafford 1-2 versus Swansea.
    They have lost two of their last three opening day fixtures.
    Man Utd have only beaten Tottenham on one of the previous six encounters. However, that victory was the most recent meeting between the sides (March) where they won 3-0, at Old Trafford.
    Spurs have won on two of their previous three visits to Old Trafford.
    Tottenham have won their last two opening day fixtures, both away from home.
    They have kept two clean sheets on each of their last two opening day matches.
    Everton v Watford
    Everton have drawn their previous two opening day fixtures.
    Their last two opening day fixtures have ended 2-2.
    Everton have beaten Watford on the previous nine meetings between the two sides.
    Watford’s last appearance in the Premier League was back in 2006/07. They faced Everton in their first game of the season, losing 2-1.
    They have won their last three opening day fixtures.
    Leicester v Sunderland
    Both had a real battle to remain in the prem lg last season and this season could lead to a similar battle for both.
    Leicester drew their 2014/15 opener 2-2 v Everton.
    The Foxes are unbeaten in their last four opening day fixtures.
    The previous two encounters between the sides have ended 0-0.
    Sunderland drew their 2014/15 opener 2-2 v West Brom.
    The Black Cats have failed to win an opening day fixture for the past five seasons.
    Bournemouth v Aston Villa
    Eddie Howe has invested well in his Bournemouth team this summer whereas Tim Sherwood has lost Delph and Benteke for Villa
    This is Bournemouth’s first ever Premier League match. .
    They have won their last two opening day fixtures in the lower leagues.
    These last met in the FA Cup in January. Aston Villa won 2-1.
    Aston Villa have won their last two opening day fixtures.
    Aston Villa have only lost one of their last five opening day fixtures.
    Norwich v Crystal Palace
    Norwich could be in for a struggle this season as they have not invested enough in their squad whilst Crystal Palace have made some good signings.
    Norwich are without an opening day victory in 12 games, L6 D6.
    They have failed to score in two of their previous three opening day fixtures.
    The previous four games have seen one win apiece and two draws.
    The last four encounters between the two sides have seen Under 2.5 Goals.
    Crystal Palace have lost their last two Premier League opening day fixtures.
    They have also lost their last two away opening day games.
    Chelsea v Swansea
    Swansea scored twice at Stamford Bridge last season but lost 4-2.
    Chelsea have won their previous three opening day fixtures.
    They have scored at least two goals in each of their three last opening day fixtures.
    Chelsea have won the previous five encounters against Swansea, most recently disposing of them 0-5.
    Last season’s opening day fixture saw Swansea record a famous 1-2 win away at Old Trafford.
    They have won their previous two away opening day fixtures.
    BETS:
    Man Utd win/Btts @ 5/2
    Everton win @ 8/11
    Leicester v Sunderland Draw @ 12/5
    Bournemouth Win @ 21/20
    Crystal Palace win @ 9/4
    Chelsea Win/Btts @ 5/2

  11. Sean Ireland 1 year ago

    PREM LG OPENERS: Sunday/Monday
    Arsenal v West Ham
    The gooners have looked genuine title contenders pre season and have won last seven games 5 of them to Nil.
    Arsenal have only won one of their previous four league matches.
    They have drawn two of their last three games.
    They have only won one of their last four home fixtures.
    The previous meeting at The Emirates saw a 3-0 Arsenal victory.
    Arsenal have won the previous nine encounters versus West Ham.
    West Ham have lost their last three league games.
    They have only won one of their previous eight matches.
    They have not won a single away match in 2015.
    Newcastle v Southampton
    The Toon were terrible last season and have brought in Steve McClaren to have a possitive impact although his tenure at Derby last season has to be seen as a failure.
    Saints have lost some valuable players but should be a side hard to beat.
    Newcastle have lost their previous two opening day fixtures. .
    They have failed to score in each of their previous two opening day games .
    Southampton have won the previous three encounters versus Newcastle.
    The last three matches have seen 10 Southampton goals compared to Newcastle’s one.
    Southampton have lost two of their last three opening day fixtures.
    They have scored in each of their last three opening day games.
    Stoke v Liverpool
    The final game of last season produced a 6-1 victory for Stoke over Liverpool. Mark Hughes is building a decent Potters side but the Scousers have invested heavily this summer and will most definitely provide a sterner test than last season.
    Stoke have lost their last two opening day fixtures.
    They are without a win in each of their previous two opening day home fixtures, L1 D1 .
    Stoke won the previous game, the last game of last season, 6-1 at the Britannia.
    Liverpool have won three of the previous four encounters between the two sides.
    Liverpool have won their last two Premier League opening day fixtures.
    They have only conceded one goal in their previous two opening day fixtures.
    West Brom v Man City
    Man City have again been busy in the transfer market this summer in order to mount another serious title challenge.
    West Brom are without an opening day win in three, L2 D1 .
    They have only won one of their previous four home opening day matches.
    Man City won the most recent encounter 3-0.
    Man City have won the previous seven matches versus West Brom, and have scored three goals in each of the last four meetings between the two sides.
    Man City have won their last three opening day fixtures.
    They have kept two clean sheets in each of their previous two opening day games.
    Last 4 meetings have produced over 2.5 goals and 6/7 has produced the same mark.
    BETS:
    Arsenal win -1 @ 4/5
    Southampton win @ 17/10
    Stoke v Liverpool Score draw @ 18/5
    Man City Win/over 2.5 @ 6/4
    GOOD LUCK 😉

    • Sean Ireland 1 year ago

      The above is for the guy who questioned me when i said i was waiting for the weekend to find some value in the main lgs,hope this shows there is value when you look for it :)

  12. Mr. Orange 1 year ago

    There is one antepost bet I really like in the Dutch league:

    Eredivisie winner without Ajax & PSV: Feyenoord @ 1.90 with 888sport / Unibet

    I think Feyenoord did the best job on the transfermarket. Signing goalscorers like Dirk Kuyt (Fenerbache) and Elia (Bremen). They bought Vejinovic (Vitesse) to replace playmaker Clasie and still look to sign an experienced central defender. They haven’t lost any other key players.

    With Ajax and PSV out of this bet I am looking at the likes of AZ, Twente and Vitesse as their main contenders. I can’t see other teams battling for a top 3 spot.

    AZ have sold their best players and scorers Berghuis (11), Gudelj (11) and Johansson (9) and haven’t made any impressive signing yet.

    Twente are in financial trouble and have sold 5 key players. They only added some players on loan and have a very small group of players to work with.

    Vitesse have lost some serious firepower with Propper (7) Labyad (9) Vejinovic (12) and Traore (14) all gone. They added some new players including 5 Chelsea players on loan, but I can’t see them trouble the big teams.

  13. Rookie 1 year ago

    Im not sure if there is an antepost football page but heres my pennies worth

    Top midlands club – Stoke 1/1 at PP i dont tend to use the term buying money…..

    Ive also doubled it with mboro to get promoted at 15/8

    And for the treble ive added barnsley top 6 finish at 2/1

    Treble pays 16.25/1

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