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February 2017 - Latest Sports Betting News

The sports action really hots up in February 2017 with many competitions entering their crucial stages including the Champions League and Europa League knockout stages, plus FA Cup 5th Round action and of course the Premier League.

Champions League Knockout Stages
The Champions League makes a welcome return in February with some big ties in the knockout stages.  The draw for the last 16 is as follows:

Man City vs Monaco
Real Madrid vs Napoli
Benfica vs Borussia Dortmund
Bayern Munich vs Arsenal
Porto vs Juventus
Bayer Leverkusen vs Atletico Madrid
PSG vs Barcelona
Sevilla vs Leicester City

Man City will hope to get through against in-form French side Monaco, Arsenal have a huge hurdle to get over in Bayern Munich whilst Leicester got a tricky but winnable match against last year's Europa League winners Sevilla.  The other standout tie of the round is PSG vs Barcelona.  The outright odds for the Champions League currently are:

Barcelona 7/2 (Paddy Power)
Bayern Munich 4/1 (Ladbrokes)
Real Madrid 11/2 (Coral)
Atletico Madrid 9/1 (Paddy Power)
Man City 12/1 (Coral)
Borussia Dortmund 14/1 (Coral)
Juventus 14/1 (Sportingbet)
Arsenal 25/1 (Bet365)
Sevilla 40/1 (Sportingbet)
PSG 40/1 (Bet365)
Leicester 50/1 (Bet365)
Monaco 80/1 (Boylesports)

Barcelona and Bayern are the two clear favourites, Real Madrid always have a chance with their lineup of galacticos.  If you're looking for a bit of value then we suggest Juventus at 14/1 who are always solid defensively and have the goals of Gonzalo Higuain this season to maybe give them an extra boost at the top level.


League Cup Final
Manchester United will take on Southampton on Sunday 26th Feb in the EFL Cup Final at Wembley.  Southampton played a great couple of matches to beat Liverpool 1-0 both home and away, whilst United rather struggled to get past Hull but got there in the end with a 3-2 aggregate win.

The current odds for the final are:
Man Utd 5/6 (Skybet)
Draw 5/2 (Bet365)
Southampton 7/2 (Ladbrokes)

We'll have an EFL Cup Final full match preview nearer the time.


Premier League Title Race
The title race is starting to look more of a done deal with Chelsea pulling away from the pack in January to leave their rivals with a lot to do to catch them.

The current outright odds are:

Chelsea 3/10 (Bet365)
Tottenham 10/1 (Skybet)
Man City 16/1 (Stan James)
Arsenal 18/1 (Paddy Power)
Liverpool 20/1 (Paddy Power)
Man Utd 33/1 (Bet365)

Chelsea are now odds-on favourites with the chasing pack looking unlikely to catch them unless Chelsea have a stinking run of form.  It now becomes more interesting to look at the Premier League relegation battle which is developing into a very interesting betting market.


Premeier League Relegation Battle
The relegation battle is getting very interesting with all still to play for down at the bottom. The current odds are:

Sunderland 1/6 (Paddy Power)
Hull City 2/9 (Stan James)
Swansea 13/8 (Bet365)
Crystal Palace 2/1 (Bet365)
Middlesbrough 5/2 (Stan James)
Leicester 6/1 (William Hill)
Bournemouth 40/1 (Stan James)

Sunderland are really struggling and look in real trouble under David Moyes who doesn't seem to be able to pull off any signings or find any inspiration these days.  Hull, Swansea and Palace have all had new managers recently and you'd expect them all to put up a fight to the end.

Probably the real interesting ones are Middlesbrough and Leicester who are both on really poor runs and are both struggling for goals.  We think 5/2 isn't bad value on Middlesbrough when you look at the effect paul Clement has had at Swansea and assuming Big Sam starts to get results at Palace.