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Football is by far the most popular sport in Asia, and interest has been heightened in recent years due to the rapid growth of the Chinese Super League. China has ambitious plans to become one of the leading football nations in the near future, and there has been sustained heavy investment into domestic football clubs over the last few seasons. Players such as Carlos Tevez, Hulk and Oscar have captured the headlines after sealing big-money moves to clubs in China, and the future could be very positive not only for Chinese football, but for Asian football on the whole.

It is also very beneficial to those of us who like to bet on football because we can watch world-class players while making a profit! Online betting is now available at the touch of a fingertip to people who like wagering on sports. The instant nature of internet and smartphone technology also means that bets can be placed within a few seconds, even while the match is being played. Keeping up to date with live football scores has never been more important as it gives the bettor lots of opportunities to beat the bookies by snapping up great value odds.

Soccer

Andorra: Primera Divisió - Relegation

24.05.2018
18:30 Atletic Club Escaldes ? - ? Encamp

Angola: Girabola

24.05.2018
15:00 Petro Atletico ? - ? Sporting de Cabinda

Brazil: Copa Do Brasil

24.05.2018
FT Palmeiras 1 - 1 America MG

Brazil: Copa Do Nordeste - Play Offs

24.05.2018
22:00 Vitoria ? - ? Sampaio Correa

Bulgaria: Parva Liga - Europa League - Play Offs

24.05.2018
17:30 Levski ? - ? Cherno More

Bulgaria: Parva Liga - Relegation

24.05.2018
14:30 Dunav Ruse ? - ? Tsarsko Selo

Denmark: Superliga - Relegation

24.05.2018
16:00 Vendsyssel FF ? - ? Lyngby
24.05.2018
18:15 Silkeborg ? - ? Esbjerg

Estonia: Esiliiga

24.05.2018
15:30 Tartu Welco ? - ? Nomme Kalju U21
24.05.2018
16:00 Flora U21 ? - ? Keila JK
24.05.2018
16:00 Levadia U21 ? - ? Elva
24.05.2018
16:00 Tallinna Kalev U21 ? - ? Rakvere
24.05.2018
17:30 Santos Tartu ? - ? Maardu

Europe: Champions League Women

24.05.2018
16:00 Wolfsburg W ? - ? Lyon W

Finland: Ykkonen

24.05.2018
15:30 Haka ? - ? KPV Kokkola

Georgia: Erovnuli Liga

24.05.2018
13:00 Saburtalo Tbilisi ? - ? Rustavi

Germany: Regionalliga Play Offs

24.05.2018
15:30 Saarbrucken ? - ? Munich 1860
24.05.2018
17:00 SC Weiche-08 ? - ? Energie Cottbus
24.05.2018
17:00 Uerdingen ? - ? Mannheim

Germany: Oberliga Nofv-Nord

24.05.2018
17:30 Wismar ? - ? Schwerin

Germany: Oberliga Nofv- Süd

24.05.2018
17:15 Stendal ? - ? Merseburg

Germany: Oberliga Westfalen

24.05.2018
17:30 Ennepetal ? - ? Brunninghausen

Ghana: Premier League

24.05.2018
15:00 Hearts of Oak ? - ? WAFA

Gibraltar: Premier Division

24.05.2018
18:30 St Josephs ? - ? Lynx

Guatemala: Liga Nacional - Clausura - Play Offs

24.05.2018
FT Xelaju 1 - 1 Guastatoya

Haiti: Championnat National - Serie De Ouverture - Play Offs

23.05.2018
20:00 Mirebalais ? - ? Capoise

Iceland: Inkasso-Deildin

24.05.2018
19:15 Leiknir ? - ? IR Reykjavik
24.05.2018
19:15 Throttur ? - ? Kopavogur

Iceland: Division 2

24.05.2018
19:15 Throttur Vogar ? - ? Kari

Indonesia: Liga 1

24.05.2018
13:30 Barito Putera ? - ? Persela Lamongan

Iraq: Super League

24.05.2018
13:30 Al-Hudod ? - ? Al Zawraa

Italy: Serie B - Play Out

24.05.2018
18:30 Entella ? - ? Ascoli

Kosovo: Superliga - Relegation

24.05.2018
14:00 Ferizaj ? - ? Vellaznimi

Lithuania: A Lyga

24.05.2018
15:00 Palanga ? - ? Jonava

Lithuania: I Lyga

24.05.2018
16:00 Dainava Alytus ? - ? Dziugas Telsiai

Lithuania: Lithuanian Cup

24.05.2018
17:00 Siauliai ? - ? Suduva

Malaysia: Premier League

24.05.2018
14:00 Felda Utd. ? - ? Sabah

Mauritania: Super D1

23.05.2018
FT Tidjikja 0 - 0 Nouadhibou

Romania: Liga 1 - Relegation Group

24.05.2018
15:30 Gaz Metan Medias ? - ? Sepsi
24.05.2018
18:00 FC Botosani ? - ? Poli Timisoara

Russia: Pfl - East

24.05.2018
09:30 Chita ? - ? Smena Komsomolsk
24.05.2018
10:00 Zenit Irkutsk ? - ? Sakhalin

Russia: Pfl - South

24.05.2018
14:00 Spartak Nalchik ? - ? Krasnodar 2

Rwanda: National Football League

24.05.2018
13:30 Musanze ? - ? APR

Slovakia: Divison C West

24.05.2018
15:00 MFK Topolcany ? - ? FC Zlate Moravce B

South America: Copa Libertadores

24.05.2018
FT Emelec 0 - 3 Santa Fe
24.05.2018
FT River Plate 0 - 0 Flamengo RJ
24.05.2018
22:15 Estudiantes L.P. ? - ? Club Nacional
24.05.2018
22:15 Santos ? - ? Garcilaso
25.05.2018
00:30 Atl. Nacional ? - ? Colo Colo
25.05.2018
00:30 Bolivar ? - ? Delfin
25.05.2018
00:30 Corinthians ? - ? Millonarios
25.05.2018
00:30 Independiente ? - ? Lara

South America: Copa Sudamericana

24.05.2018
FT Bahia 4 - 0 Blooming

Sweden: Allsvenskan

24.05.2018
17:00 Dalkurd ? - ? Elfsborg
24.05.2018
17:00 Goteborg ? - ? Djurgarden
24.05.2018
17:00 Trelleborgs ? - ? Brommapojkarna

Sweden: Superettan

24.05.2018
17:00 AFC Eskilstuna ? - ? Gefle
24.05.2018
17:00 Norrby ? - ? Helsingborg

Sweden: Division 2 - Norrland

24.05.2018
17:00 Harnosands ? - ? Timra

Sweden: Division 2 - Norra Svealand

24.05.2018
17:30 Valbo FF ? - ? Bollnas

Sweden: Division 2 - Östra Götaland

24.05.2018
17:00 Nosaby IF ? - ? Solvesborgs

Sweden: Allsvenskan Women

24.05.2018
17:00 Djurgarden W ? - ? Bunkeflo W
24.05.2018
17:00 Hammarby W ? - ? Linkopings W

Tajikistan: Vysshaya Liga

24.05.2018
12:00 Khujand ? - ? Istiqlol Dushanbe

Turkey: Tff 3. Lig Play Offs

24.05.2018
13:00 Duzcespor ? - ? Bayrampasa

Uruguay: Primera Division - Torneo Intermedio

23.05.2018
FT Penarol 3 - 0 Boston River

Usa: Usl

24.05.2018
FT Rio Grande 1 - 1 LA Galaxy 2

Usa: Us Open Cup

23.05.2018
FT Charleston 1 - 0 Elm Express City
23.05.2018
FT Jacksonville A. 0 - 2 Miami United
23.05.2018
FT Louisville City 1 - 0 Saint Louis FC
23.05.2018
FT Pittsburgh 1 - 3 Cincinnati
23.05.2018
FT Richmond Kickers 3 - 2 Penn
24.05.2018
FT Nashville SC 3 - 1 Mississippi Brilla
24.05.2018
FT NTX Rayados 3 - 2 Wichita
24.05.2018
Pen. San Antonio 1 - 1 Colorado Springs
24.05.2018
FT Golden State Force 2 - 1 Las Vegas Lights
24.05.2018
FT Reno 0 - 1 Sacramento Republic
24.05.2018
AET Sporting Arizona 1 - 2 Fresno

World: Friendly International

24.05.2018
15:00 Azerbaijan U21 ? - ? FYR Macedonia U21

Zimbabwe: Premier Soccer League

24.05.2018
11:00 Herentals ? - ? Triangle
24.05.2018
13:00 Black Rhinos ? - ? Dynamos
24.05.2018
13:00 Bulawayo City FC ? - ? Highlanders
24.05.2018
13:00 Platinum ? - ? Nichrut
24.05.2018
13:00 Yadah ? - ? Mutare City Rovers FC

Betting on International Football

Due to football’s popularity in Asian countries, it is not difficult to find odds for almost any international competition with most trusted bookmakers. This includes major international tournaments like the World Cup, the AFC Asian Cup, the European Championships and the Copa America; and also top domestic leagues such as England’s Premier League, Spain’s La Liga and Italy’s Serie A.

Asian national teams which have qualified for the World Cup in Russia in 2018 are Iran, South Korea, Japan and Saudi Arabia. Australia (whose defection from the OFC to the AFC remains controversial) are set to play a two-legged inter-confederation play-off against Honduras from the CONCACAF region. If you like punting on long shots, Japan are the best-priced of the Asian contingent at odds of 201.0 (Decimal). After a successful tournament in Japan and South Korea back in 2002, the FIFA competition returns to Asia in 2022 for the Qatar World Cup.

European leagues, in particular the Premier League, are widely supported in Asian countries. Clubs such as Manchester United and Liverpool have huge followings in this part of the world, and many top English teams benefit from Asian investment. La Liga is also a popular league for betting with Barcelona and Real Madrid attracting massive support, partly due to world famous players Messi and Ronaldo.

Betting on Domestic Football

Domestic football is well covered by most trusted online sportsbooks, and it is often in these leagues where more value can be found for the serious gambler. The Chinese Super League has caught global attention because of the sheer level of money being ploughed into the game, but there are many competitive leagues throughout Asia that we should follow. These include:

Japanese J-League: The Japanese J-League officially launched in 1993 and experienced its own boom as foreign managers and players came to be part of an ambitious project. The league has had many changes since the early days, but is now one of the more successful leagues in the region with three professional divisions.

Thai League: Known as T1 and sponsored by Toyota, the Thai League was inaugurated in 1996 as the Thailand Soccer League. It became the Thai Premier League in 2009, but was rebranded as the Thai League in 2017.

V-League: Vietnam’s national league was established in 1980 but didn’t turn professional until 2000, when it allowed clubs to sign foreign players. The season runs from January to September.

K-League: South Korea’s K-League features two divisions, the K-League Classic and the K-League Challenge. Three of the twelve teams in the league qualify for the AFC Champions League.

Malaysia Super League: The Malaysia Super League is the top tier of football in Malaysia, formed in 2004. The season runs from February to October with a month break for Ramadan.

S.League: Singapore’s S.League was created in 1996 and although 25 clubs have competed in it since then, only nine clubs played in the 2017 season which finished in November.

Taiwan Football Premier League: Also known as the Taiwan Enterprise League for sponsorship purposes, the Taiwan Football Premier League was established in 2017 to replace the Intercity Football League. The first season, completed in November, saw eight teams compete with no relegation.

Some of these leagues may not have the glitz and glamour of Champions League or Premier League matches, but this is exactly why they are great for betting. The bookmakers take very few chances with their markets on high-profile games, and odds can quickly become contracted on favourites who attract lots of bets. Using your own knowledge of domestic games to spot the areas where bookies have taken their eye off the ball and are offering value odds, is a great way to win money.

Different Betting Markets

Using football live scores as a betting tool is something that not many bettors have latched onto. With the right strategy, you biggest problem might be working out the best withdrawal methods to get your winnings paid out faster! We’ll look at that strategy shortly, but first here are some of the more popular football bets.

Parlay bets: Similar to European accumulators, parlay bets are single bets which include a number of selections. Each selection must win for the bet to be a winner and the reward is that returns are much higher. If just one of your selections loses then the entire bet is a loser, but successful parlays with several selections can return huge sums of money.

1X2: The classic win-lose-draw bet, where 1 = home win, X = draw, and 2 = away win. This is a simple bet on the outcome of any given football match.

Asian Handicap: Each team in a match is given a ‘goal handicap’, often +/- 0.5 or +/- 1.5 goals. This eliminates the possibility of a draw as one team will always have ‘half a goal’ extra when the handicap is added to the final score. It also means that odds can be represented more evenly in a game which features a strong favourite and an unfancied underdog.

Over/under: The bookmakers set a line on a particular market – the amount of goals, corners or cards for example – then you bet on whether there will be under that amount or over that amount. A typical example is ‘over/under 2.5 goals’ – If there are two goals or less a bet on under will win, but if there are three goals or more a bet on over will win.

How to Win

The growth of in-play betting means that we can use live football scores to our advantage, by taking account of what has happened during games in real-time. You could be watching a match where a team scores against the run of play and your knowledge tells you that they will struggle to hold on to the lead. At this time bookmakers adjust their odds to reflect the circumstances of the game, and us bettors can often find very attractive odds by backing the losing side to come back for a win or a draw.

The bookmakers use reams of data to set their odds based on statistics and probabilities, but that can never beat being at the ground or watching on TV in terms of truly assessing the game. This is one online betting strategy that many successful gamblers have used to make considerable profits.