OLBG Top Blogs

  • The Weekend Football Betting Challenge 2016/17 - Week 11

    tbuckley on 18 Oct at 17:02

    The Weekend Football Betting Challenge 2016/17 - Week 11 Hello there, we are now already into week 11 of the Weekend Football Betting Challenge, for those of you who have not come across this yet this is where I'm going to focus a lot of my efforts on OLBG this season and I'm fascinated to seeing how it works out. This season I'm going to give it my best shot at a very similar approach to last year with a blog every weekend when possible but this time it's not just going to be fixed to a treble, it's simply called The Weekend Football Betting Challenge and basically each weekend I'm going to put the bets that interest me the most whether that be a first goalscorer Lucky 15, a correct score patent, anytime goalscorer win singles, a bookie bashing…

    Read More
  • CIMB Classic Golf - PGA Tour - Preview & Tips

    Ralfie1982 on 17 Oct at 10:41

    CIMB Classic Hi Welcome along, this is one of two weekly golf blogs that I do, one for the European Tour and one for the US PGA Tour. So last week, ended as one of ultimate frustration, we saw Thomas and Kirk both finish in the Top 10, but not get into the paying places from a betting perspective. We head to the CIMB Classic this week which is a co-sanctioned event with the Asian Tour and well take a look at some stats and figures. If you like what I do blog about why not check out my others for the football, golf and F1 here There is plenty of discussions on all of these topic over on the OLBG Forum pages (where you can win cash prizes so head over to the Forum for your chance to have a say. If you…

    Read More
  • Portugal Masters - European Tour - Race 2 Dubai - Preview and Stats

    Ralfie1982 on 17 Oct at 11:32

    Portugal Masters - European Tour Hi Everyone, welcome to my golf blog, I usally do two a week, on the golf, one for the PGA and one for the European Tour, you will find the other one on the link below. So we head to Portugal, and we reach an interesting point of the season where people are looking at the cut off a) for the Race 2 Dubai for those at the top of the leaderboard and b) those towards the bottom who are worried about protecting their their tour card and aiming to get in the top 110 in the same race to ensure their entry to next year. Lets have a look at what we can find. If you like what I do blog about why not check out my others for the football, golf and F1 here There is plenty of…

    Read More
  • American Grand Prix - Formula 1 - Preview, Stats and Tips

    Ralfie1982 on 17 Oct at 12:54

    Grand Prix Well for those Lewis fans amongst us it's not looking good now is (ME)? For those who had a bet on Nico when he was 4/1 after LH took the championship lead a few weeks ago it's looking very rosey (ME). It the title race over? No, of course not, if Lewis wins every race and Nico comes 2nd it means he gets a 28 point swing so it's naturally still going to be close I also think we might see Nico get one or two problems (I tend to think they’ll even themselves out). So to the good old US of A, can i get a Yeeeeehha? No OK. I will move on. This is one of my favourite tracks, so much room for overtaking its unreal, the only criticism is that the run off areas…

    Read More
  • A Blue Point of View (Bets on Man City)

    RACHACE on 20 Oct at 20:58

    Manchester City v Southampton Sunday 23rd October (13:30ko) Firstly welcome to the blog. I'm a season ticket holder at Manchester City and the purpose of the blog is to highlight where I believe the best bets are on our Premier League games. Some will be good, some will inevitably be bad but I'll try my best to be objective and also be accurate with the information that I include in the blog. Our 9th Premier League game of the season see's us host Southampton under the stewardship of new manager Claude Puel. The 55 year old Frenchman will be somewhat of an unknown to the majority of Premier League followers but he has a very impressive C.V in French football where he's spent all his career as a player and a manager, until now. …

    Read More
  • Swansea betting preview and tips for Bradley's first home match against Watford

    Epic on 20 Oct at 20:50

    There are some old habits which even a new manager can't fix. Bob Bradley had a decent debut as Swansea manager last weekend with the team suffering a narrow 3-2 loss at Arsenal, but the loss could have been avoided if the team hadn't given up yet another goal from a corner. If you could find a bookie offering odds on a corner scored against the Swans, you'd be rich before the turn of the year! With only 4 points on the board, the team now sits second from bottom. There's been 4 losses in a row and 6 losses in last 7 Premier League outings. The situation looks quite bleak, though the performance at the Emirates offers a bit of hope. Arsenal played the last 20 minutes with ten men, but it's still promising to see that the team actually…

    Read More
  • Horse Racing Trends - Issue 8 - 18 to 24 October 2016

    Robmull on 17 Oct at 16:28

    The purpose of this blog is to provide trends based information that will hopefully assist readers to identify value and profitable wagers throughout the week. The content of this blog should not be considered as a source of free horse racing tips, however in my opinion, the data can be used to produce a list of potential candidates that can then be assessed further through the use of form study, race and ground conditions, plus any draw/pace bias, etc, to identify likely winners and hopefully profitable bets. Although it is highly unlikely that all of the trends detailed below will prove profitable to follow immediately, many of the statistics should be worth noting for consideration in the future. My intention is to update this blog on a daily basis, with information that will generally relate to the following day’s race meetings,…

    Read More

By Sport

By Blogger