September 21st, 2010 by Lukas B
The Atlanta Braves are three games in back of the Phillies, and as fate would have it the two teams are preparing to meet six more times before the end of the season, heading towards the World Series. The first of the two begins tonight.
The Braves must take at least two of three games from the Phillies in this current series to stay alive in the eastern division. One notch down from the division championship race is the wild card race; here we have the Braves leading the San Francisco Giants by two games.
Atlanta will be fighting from the ropes when they send Jair Jurrjens, 7-6 with a dull 4.64 earned run average on the season against a devastating Philadelphia lineup. Jurrjens’ recent nine hit appearance against the Nationals is sending the message that the Braves will need to win the game by playing offense, not defense. This game will set the tone for the series. Read More »
September 19th, 2010 by Dan S
The stars of world snooker are showcasing their talents in Glasgow and despite some top players already falling by the wayside, the field remains extremely strong and highly competitive amongst those still fighting it out for the £100,000 first prize. This year, and for the first time in a world snooker ranking event, amateurs were welcome to enter and had to overcome two qualification rounds to assure their place in the main draw.
The format of the World Open has been adjusted to make matches best of 5 frames until the final which will be best of 9, and the quick play will no doubt benefit both Ronnie ‘The Rocket’ O’Sullivan and Neil ‘The Thunder from Down Under’ Robertson. O’Sullivan faces Mark King in his opening game and only a brave man would bet against him featuring in the draw for the next round. Read More »
September 19th, 2010 by Lukas B
Out of the 32 NFL games that marked the beginning of the 2010 season only one has stood out so far.
The San Diego Chargers are looking for sweet redemption after being defeated by the New York Jets during the 2010 playoffs. This time around they headed to Kansas City to tackle the Chiefs and gain a fresh start. As the two teams battled to open Monday night football season, the Chargers disappointed as they fell against the strong Kansas City offense.
Although, they were favored by football betting odds as the away favourite prior to the game, the Chargers were ill prepared to handle the thorough onslaught and fell short in answering relentless KC drives. Read More »
September 15th, 2010 by Dan S
Hold on to your hats, because we’re only halfway through September and there’s still so much sport to enjoy! What better way to enjoy it than with Titan Bet and, who knows, you could end up with a cash windfall in time for Christmas?
Well done to Fernando Alonso and Rafael Nadal for doing what Spaniards do best and winning in Monza and Flushing Meadow respectively. Speaking of tennis, there are currently WTA events taking place in Quebec and Guangzhou. Read More »