FRANKBET Odds – Season 3 – DIVISION 5


As the excitement builds to Season 3 of Top 100 and also the move full time to the new SM Interface Top SM Bookmaker, FRANKBET have taken the time to view the favourites and the odds across the Division.

Before we proceed to give the FRANKBET odds for Season 3 lets look how they did in Season Two:

CHAMPIONS Club Brugge KV 1/8
PROMOTED Villarreal CF 4/5
PROMOTED Feyenoord 2/1
PLAY-OFF Hertha BSC 5/2
PLAY-OFF FC Augsburg 4/1
Lost Game

PLAY-OFF

Dynamo Kyiv 4/1
PLAY-OFF Santos FC 6/1
RSC Anderlecht 9/1

Not too badly to be honest as Villarreal and Feyenoord did finish top two, although they were badly wrong about Augsburg.
So Season 3 odds:
RSC Anderlecht  1/12
Olympiakos         3/1
Hertha Berlin       4/1
Celtic                   6/1
Werder Bremen   10/1
Celta Vigo           10/1
Standard Liege    12/1
Espanyol             16/1
Levante               22/1
Twente                22/1
West Brom          33/1
Club Brugge       66/1
Augsburg            66/1
Dinamo Zagreb   100/1
FK Partizan         100/1
Santos                  125/1
Dynamo Kiev      200/1 
Independiente      250/1
Flamengo            400/1
Rubin Kazan       5000/1
FRANKBET clearly fancy the Belgian Prince over the Royal Pretenders in Liege as the Bookermakers make PMW 1/12 favourites to win promotion, the man who bottled it and couldn’t handle the pressure at Inter in Season One has found an odd home in Belgium and it remains to be seen if he will be able to cope with the pressure of favourites. 
Second favourties must be the only Scotsman in Athens who doesn’t speak Greek, Alex McLean will be expecting to drive the Greek train and its economy over the line this time around in his first full season in Greece. Will it be a train crash?
FRANKBET reckon that Celta Vigo are the best prepared of the relegated sides to come back up but they will face fierce competition in particular from Werder Bremen who have been reinvented by the failed Sampdoria manager Gav Harmer, who after being sacked and publicly humiliated by Genoa boss Frank Hirst has stated his aim is mid-table but FRANKBET believe they’d be worth an outside flutter. 
Celtic and Ruts who were cruelly beaten in the play-off final should be a decent shout to make the play-offs again and FRANKBET think relegated Levante have no chance whatsoever, likewise Earl Doug of Espanyol, a manager who is so unknown in his native Barcelona that many people give him money on the streets mistaking him for a beggar. 

2 comments

  1. 'likewise Earl Doug of Espanyol, a manager who is so unknown in his native Barcelona that many people give him money on the streets mistaking him for a beggar.' – Hahahahaaha!

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