The weekend is here again. How time flies!
It seems like yesterday when the Premier League kicked off and football was all over the place in England. Another weekend is here again. As much as it is a football weekend, there will be other sports too, making it the ultimate weekend for sports lovers and of course, bettors.
You probably have over 1,500 football games alone on a weekend – from Friday to Sunday. Add to that the tennis games, rugby games, NFL games and all, and you’ll understand that it’s already a hectic weekend… a weekend that just got started!
We’ve looked through those games and we’ve selected a number of them that you can put your money on this weekend.
This has to be the biggest game of Gameweek 2 in the Premier League. Chelsea who started their new season with a loss will be travelling to Tottenham’s temporary new home, Wembley Stadium, to face Poch’s men. Without Cesc and Cahill, the game seems to tend towards Tottenham, but hey, it is football and anything can happen.
- Australia vs. New Zealand
The 2017 Rugby championship kicks off this weekend. One of the games it features is the clash between Australia and New Zealand. The All Blacks will be looking to prove yet again that they’re indeed the number one rugby playing side in the world.
- Inter Milan vs. Fiorentina
A new Italian Serie A season begins this weekend with names like Juventus and AC Milan all in action. While all eyes will be on the red half of Milan, fans will also keep an eye on the San Siro as Inter Milan clashes with Fiorentina before going off to face AS Roma in their Gameweek 2 fixture.
- Vodacom Blue Bulls vs. Toyota Free State Cheetahs
South Africa’s premier domestic rugby competition continues with the Bulls taking on the Cheetahs. After starting with a 3-game winning streak, the Cheetahs, now second on the table, lost to Griquas, while the Bulls have won just 2 while also losing two.
After being walloped by Real Madrid in the Spanish Super Cup, the Catalan giants will be looking to boost their confidence as the new La Liga season kicks off this weekend. Although handicapped by the Suarez injury, they’ll be looking to put on a good show for the Barca faithful come Sunday when they entertain Real Betis.
With Ousmane Dembele still refusing to resume back to training, Dortmund will be travelling to Wolfsburg to take on a side that boasts of names like Mario Gomez and Jakub Blaszczykowski, without the Frenchman who is still holding out for a transfer.
Even after marking his debut with a goal and an assist, Paris will still be a destination for football fans to look out for this weekend. And why not? Neymar will be playing for the first time in front of the home fans after joining the French outfit for a world record fee.
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These are just seven out of the over 2,000 available games. Adding these games to your bet slip this weekend is as easy as clicking on their links, backing your predictions and making some money for the week ahead.
As we’d usually say, cheers to a weekend of sports action!Tags: weekend games