WhichBookie racing analyst Andrew Blair White provides a preview and betting tips for all the races at Sligo today.
We like to keep improving our service to you as our WhichBookie customer, sometimes filling a gap in your betting knowledge, or maybe just guiding you to the best betting offers and bookmakers. Sometimes, too, we like giving you a few sports betting tips that you may decide to take up.
Now, we’re really pleased to let you know that we have a new dimension to WhichBookie with the arrival of Matt Le Tissier who will be letting you know his thoughts and predictions on the new 2020/21 Premier League season which starts this weekend.
Matt will be known to many as the former Southampton and England midfield player who has been, until this summer, working for Soccer Saturday on Sky Sports. He has a wealth of knowledge about the Premier League, its players and its managers, and we are really excited that you will be able to read his weekly column which you can find in our Football Tips section. Just click on https://www.whichbookie.co.uk/free-betting-tips/football/ or choose the Betting Tips tab at the top of any page and then click on Football.
Expect to pick up the column every Friday on the WhichBookie site. If you want to give him feedback you can always join in his Twitter conversation on @mattletiss7. Matt has over half a million followers so you know you will be in good company!
Matt Le Tissier: Fact File
⚽ Matt spent his 14-year career at Southampton
⚽ He made 540 first team appearances
⚽ Matt was the first Premier League midfielder to score over 100 goals; by the end of his career he had scored 210 in all competitions!
⚽ He has 8 caps for England
⚽ Matt was a phenomenon at scoring penalty kicks – he scored 47 out of 48 attempts
⚽ In 2020, Matt was voted the Eurosport Best Premier League Player of All Time. Other candidates included current and past football stars such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Thierry Henry, Wayne Rooney and Alan Shearer.
⚽ Matt enjoys a flutter, with betting on football being his passion