Every bettor in Nigeria has a story to tell about his or her own personal experience with bookmakers. While some applaud few sports betting firms for their reliability, others have complained bitterly for the impromptu pay out to winners and insincerity on the part of some bookmakers in Nigeria.
So we decided to survey 50,000 bettors across the country [Perhaps, not an adequate sample size], but then their feedback can serve as some sort of recommendations to you.
We asked the respondents to rank [from 0 to 5 stars] over 20 sports betting brands in Nigeria. Below is the summary of the five highest ranked. But then, your own comments and recommendations are highly welcome.
NaijaBet.com may have followed the same business model as 1960Bet, spreading its agents outlets across the country. The brand patronage is growing fast as its gaining reputation as one of the brands that has easy pay out system. The company has also introduced a new mobile App. Bet Now Continue reading 5 Sports Betting Company that Pay Nigerians Everyday | Confirmed!
James Rodriguez scored his first Bundesliga goal on Tuesday to help Bayern Munich top the table for the first time this season following a 3-0 win at Schalke 04.
The Colombian was involved in all three goals after winning the penalty which Robert Lewandowski converted for the opening goal before his deft chip saw Arturo Vidal fire home.
After five games, the victory in Gelsenkirchen put defending champions Bayern top for the first time this season, but Borussia Dortmund can regain the lead if they win at Hamburg on Wednesday.
The away win was a boost for Bayern who confirmed Tuesday that goalkeeper and captain Manuel Neuer had undergone another operation on his left foot and is out until January. Place Bet on Today’s Matches on NaijaBet.com
Bayern coach Carlo Ancelotti rotated the squad with James on the right wing as one of six changes from the side which beat Mainz 4-0 on Saturday. Continue reading James on target as Bayern top Bundesliga
Philippe Coutinho is set to start his first Liverpool game since trying to engineer a move to Barcelona when the Reds take on Burnley on Saturday, according to his coach Jurgen Klopp.
The playmaker should be unleashed into the spot vacated by striker Sadio Mane, suspended after his sending off in their 5-0 drubbing by Man City last weekend, manager Klopp suggested on Friday.
The Senegal international took a three-match ban and Coutinho looks the ideal replacement, having operated in the same left-sided role for most of last season.
The Brazil international has been eased into the first-team picture after missing the start of the campaign with a back injury but made his comeback with a 15-minute cameo in the Champions League draw with Sevilla on Wednesday. Place Bet on Live Matches 24/7 on NaijaBet.com
Coutinho submitted a transfer request on the eve of the season but Liverpool repeatedly rebuffed Barcelona’s attempts to lure him to the Camp Nou.
“He should be ready (to start),” Klopp said. “It was really nice how the crowd welcomed him – no one was 100 per cent sure about this but the Liverpool family was sensitive enough to do this and for him it was good.
Continue reading Coutinho set to start for Liverpool
Liverpool’s Sadio Mane regrets injuring Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson but will not change his playing style despite being sent off for the challenge which also resulted in a three-match ban.
Mane was shown a straight red card for a high studs challenge on the Brazilian goalkeeper’s head last weekend during his team’s 5-0 defeat by Manchester City.
He misses Burnley’s visit to Anfield on Saturday and will also be out of two games against Leicester City, one in the league and one in the League Cup. Play Bet weekend games on NaijaBet
Both players were involved in Champions League action in midweek, with Ederson recovering well to be in goal as City beat Feyenoord 4-0 while Liverpool drew 2-2 with Sevilla.
“I think the next time I will get the ball before him, I will do my best,” Mane said on Thursday. Continue reading I will not change my style due to ban – Mane