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Mobile Sports Betting - The bwin betting app

As the new English Premier League season arrives on the horizon, it's time to start thinking about where, this year, you're going to put your money. With Bwin betting's new mobile app, for iPhones and Android-supporting smartphones, now you can place your bets on the go but who do you fancy this year?

On the last day of last year's season provided a veritable feast for the canny in-game punter, as the English Premier League title swung from Manchester City to Manchester United and then, and in the dying embers of the game, back to Manchester City. Had you been betting in-play on bwin sportsbook, there was some serious money to be made, had you picked Man City as the eventual game and title-winners when they went 2-1 down against QPR.

The same could be said of the astonishing second-leg of the UEFA Champions League Semi-Final, when despite being a man and a goal down against Barcelona, at Barcelona's famously impenetrable Camp Nou stadium, Chelsea nonetheless managed to conjure a win almost out of thin air. These are the kinds of situations, that Bwin betting's mobile app will allow you to exploit, the hopeless causes that in fact, in the funny old game that is football, turn out to be three points in the bag.

This season, you'd expect Chelsea to look a far stronger outfit then they did for most of last year, under the disastrous rule of Andre Villas Boas, who's now ruling the roost at Tottenham Hotspur. Picking Chelsea as eventual English Premier League champions and new signing Eden Hazard as top goalscorer might well pay dividends come the end of the season. If you prefer trying to figure out the exact score of a game, then get Bwin betting's mobile app on your smartphone and your thinking cap on, because the odds are already up for the first round of games.
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