Football returns!

18.05.2020

The time for football has finally come again: after the Bundesliga this past weekend, more and more football competitions are reopening. With this, of course, come the betting markets. Let’s take a look at the leagues currently offering bets and see if there are any betting options that we can use for our smartest bets. Are you ready to return to your winning ways with our online sports betting offer?

Czech Premier League

As of the weekend of March 7, no football has been played in the Czech Republic. After more than two months, it can officially kick off again. The situation in the Eastern European’s Premier League indicates that Slavia Prague is well on its way to another championship title, which would be its sixth title, and a back-to-back title on top of that. Only Viktoria Plzeň seems to hold big enough cards to beet Slavia…

Standout game: Sparta Prague – Viktoria Plzeň

Sparta Prague and Viktoria Plzeň are both some of Czechia’s most prestigious teams. This time, they’re meeting with the Plzeň side on top: Viktoria has 50 points, earning it a second place, while Sparta finds itself in ninth place. A victory for the home team could see it launched to fourth place. Expect a valiant effort from Sparta Prague here!

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Austrian Bundesliga

In Austria’s highest division, the teams will take to the pitch again from the second of June onward. At the moment, the Austrian Bundesliga is divided up into the Championship Group and the Relegation Group. In the former, LASK, from the city of Linz, is leading the ranking at 54 points. Can any of the hopeful contenders make the most of the remaining matchdays to close the gap?

Standout game: RB Salzburg – Rapid Vienna

The number 2 versus the number 3, with plenty on the line: the reopening day of the Austrian Bundesliga promises a great spectacle! Salzburg currently has the edge on Rapid Vienna, with 48 points against the 40 points held by the team from the Austrian capital. Odds seem to be in favour of Salzburg, but Rapid Vienna is no team that can be pushed aside so easily…

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Danish Super League

Before the league was temporarily suspended, the Wolves sure lived up to their name: Midtjylland was steamrolling through the Danish highest football league with 20 victories in 24 games, and 62 points yet – 12 more than nearest competitor Copenhagen. It stands to reason that the team from Central Jutland will win its third championship title. The fight for third place especially is promising more excitement!

Standout game: Aarhus – Randers

With a 10-point gap on second-placed Copenhagen, Aarhus has little option left but to fiercely defend its third place. Its 40 points offer no less than three competitors a big chance to overtake it or at least come level with it. With Randers, Aarhus is set to play against a worthy opponent that will set its sights on climbing from seventh to sixth place, if all goes well.

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