January Top Wins 2021 and Jackpot Blizzard drops!

It’s time for our big wins roundup! And besides showcasing January’s Top Wins, it’s also worth mentioning all the amazing Jackpot Blizzard prizes that have been 

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Now let’s read on for our Top 10 Wins of the largest January ‘win x bet’ wins.

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Reading v Blackburn Casumo Preview

Reading are back at the Madejski Stadium, after two games on the road, with Blackburn Rovers in town for a Tuesday night kick off. 

The visitors are keen to stop their rot after a poor run which saw them Blackburn lose five of their last six matches;. They slippinged to 15th in the table.  Wand while Reading’s win over Rotherham was vital, we know the Royals are capable of much more. One point out of 18 is not a promising return for Blackburn so Reading are smelling a victory. One the road, the Rovers’ form does not inspire brilliance either. They are winless in three away matches in a row, so Reading will do well to put them under pressure from the get-go.

Michael Morrison’s goal clinched three important points for Reading and a win against Blackburn will ensure confidence in the camp continues to grow. The playoffs are within reach still and with 13 Championship games to go, maintaining high confidence will be crucial. 

The main threat comes from Adam Armstrong as the Rovers forward has scored 19 goals this season. He is the second top scorer in the division, having scored two more than Lucas Joao, who you might argue is due a goal after a tricky spell. We’ve priced Lucas Joao up at 7/2 or 4/5 to score the game’s first goal and get the ball rolling for the Royals.

Rafael Cabral’s clean sheet at Rotherham was important and claiming back- to- back ones can provide a building block for the team going forward. 

Back Reading to win to nil at 14/5 or 3.8.

Three points, a clean sheet and a happy set of players is the demand this week, so let’s back our Royals to roar forward against the Rovers. 


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La Liga Betting Preview

Sevilla host Barcelona in La Liga on Saturday afternoon, and it is a game that will have huge ramifications for those in the upper echelons of the table. As far as Ronald Koeman is concerned, there is little room for error, especially with the Barcelona presidential elections looming. Whoever takes over could determine whether Koeman is granted a stay of execution.

Barcelona and Koeman facing defining period

Over the next 10 days, we will learn a lot more about Barcelona and perhaps the future of Koeman. Barca cut the gap to leader Atletico Madrid at the top of the table to five points with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Elche last night. Lionel Messi grabbed a brace to take his tally to 18 in La Liga this campaign.

Away from La Liga, things have unravelled for Barca. Aside from the Copa del Rey failings against Sevilla, Barcelona have a mountain to climb in the second leg of their last-16 Champions League tie against Paris Saint-Germain. Meanwhile, Sevilla, under Julen Lopetegui, have been in fabulous form this term and near watertight at the back, conceding 16 goals in 23 games.

  • Sevilla to beat Barcelona @3.25 with Casumo
  • Luuk de Jong first goalscorer @8.5 with Casumo

Will Ivan Rakitic rub salt into Barcelona’s wounds again?

After spending six trophy-laden years at the Nou Camp, Ivan Rakitic returned to the club that gave him his break in La Liga. The Croatian midfielder has repaid Sevilla, and he was on target in the 2-0 win over Barcelona in the Copa del Rey semi-final a fortnight ago. And he will be hoping to pile the misery on his former club once again.

Lopetegui continues to make waves at Sevilla

Under Lopetegui, Sevilla have gone from strength to strength, and they have a realistic shot at the La Liga title despite Diego Simeone’s brilliance at Atletico Madrid. In his first season in charge of Sevilla, Lopetegui inspired his side to Europa League glory, and they seem well-equipped to topple the established order of Spanish football.

Sevilla can put Champions League woes to one side

Despite slipping to a 3-2 defeat at home to Borussia Dortmund in the first leg of their last-16 Champions League tie, Sevilla remain one of the in-form sides in La Liga. They have only lost once in 2021 and that came at the hands of Atletico.

Atletico Madrid must heed lessons from Chelsea defeat against Villarreal

A 1-0 defeat for Atletico in the first leg of their last-16 Champions League tie against Chelsea earlier this week raised concerns about the health of Spanish football. Diego Simeone’s charges appeared to regress and adopt a more defensive mindset, which is not something we have become accustomed to this season. However, against Villarreal on Sunday, they need to increase the intensity.

Luis Suarez, who has had a ball since moving to the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium from Barcelona last summer, was largely a peripheral figure against the Blues. However, the talismanic Uruguayan is only second to Messi in the goalscoring charts this term (16). He will pose problems for Villarreal, who are in a good position to seal a top-six spot.

  • Atletico Madrid to beat Villarreal on Sunday @3.3 with Casumo
  • Luis Suarez to score anytime for Atletico Madrid @2.38 with Casumo

Atletico, meanwhile, are in the midst of an injury crisis. Five players missed the defeat against Chelsea, including winner Yannick Carrasco who underwent an MRI scan on a knee injury last week, and it is unclear when he will return to action.

Villarreal ready to burst Atletico’s bubble

While Atletico have rightly deserved all the plaudits for their vibrant brand of attacking football, Villarreal have ambitions of their own. In the previous meeting between the two sides back in October, both sides played out a drab goalless draw.

In terms of head-to-head, there is nothing separating the two sides as Sunday’s clash will mark the 38th La Liga meeting. Both sides have enjoyed 13 wins apiece and there have been 11 draws. Meanwhile, Unai Emery will return to the touchline for Villarreal after serving a two-match ban for remonstrating with the official during his side’s 2-1 defeat to Real Betis earlier this month.

Premier League Betting Preview Casumo

The sofa is where you’ll spend most of your Sunday as we’ve got two crackers as Manchester United and Leicester look to get a grip of second spot.

The early game sees Leicester take on Arsenal, with Manchester United playing at Chelsea in the later kick off. 

We’ve all enjoyed Leicester’s season so far and their recent run of results has us purring. The 3-1 win over Liverpool laid down a marker, and they backed it up with a 2-1 win over Aston Villa. Brendan Rodgers has them playing with swagger and confidence and that is something we can’t say about Arsenal.

Their 4-2 win over Leeds was encouraging, however it came as their only win in six in all competitions. There is no shame in losing against Manchester City this season, but generally Arsenal’s form has been all over the place. Tenth place is unacceptable for this club and fans are fuming. Still, the bright side is that despite their own league position, they are only two points behind rivals Tottenham. Yes, they should be aiming for the European spots, but finishing above Spurs always feels like a trophy for the Gunners.

Big game man Vardy loves to haunt Arsenal

We expect Arsenal to show up and try, again, but it’s hard to see Leicester dropping points here. Jamie Vardy simply loves to play against Arsenal, who tried desperately to sign him three seasons ago. He’s scored 11 goals against them and he is a big game player. We wonder what celebration he’ll whip out when he does score. Back vardy to score at least two goals with odds 15/2 or 8.5.

The lovely thing about the Foxes this season is that they are not solely relying on Jamie Vardy for goals as Harvey Barnes is also on good form with nine Premier League goals this season. We can see where Leicester get their goals from, but we really can’t see any goals for Arsenal. They averaged a goal a game in their last six, but four of those six goals did come against Leeds, skewing the stat.

Back Leicester to win to nil at 33/10 or 4.3.

Over to the Bridge

Three points to Leicester would see them go three points clear of Manchester United and this should ignite the Red Devil’s flame. I say should as we’ve seen United bottle it before this season. Some say it is an advantage to know the previous results beforehand, but even in the Champions League, when United had control of their own destiny, they failed to progress. 

Should Leicester drop points, seeing United follow suit won’t surprise anyone. It would frustrate, yes, but it would be typical of a side who hasn’t learned how to deal with pressure well at all. Just remember they reached three semi finals last season, and still fell in a semi final in the EFL Cup this season. 

Chelsea have started life comfortably under Thomas Tuchel. His Blues are unbeaten, Mason Mount looks indomitable and Giroud’s unbelievable goal against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League extended their unbeaten run. The Blues looked composed and dealt with a cagey Atleti very well with patient build up, and a solid midfield display.

Their composure on the ball seems to have improved under Tuchel and they suddenly look like a solid outfit. United’s more frantic approach to the game and apartment lack of focus in some matches does give Chelsea an edge we feel, and you can back the Blues to win at 6/5 or 2.2 with Casumo.

Correct score prediction: Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United at 7/1 or 8.00. This means that Leicester would go second with a win, but will it stay this way till final day? We’ve got a long way to go!