James OddsMonkey

James' background in IT support and matched betting knowledge is how he's ended up at OddsMonkey updating offer, answering tickets and generally being super helpful.

The Ashes Guide 2019

August 13th
Sports Guides
The Ashes returns to English shores this year and it’s time to take a look at the biggest rivalries in all sport. Fresh from being crowned one-day Word Champions, England are looking to sign off what would be a remarkable summer by beating their biggest rivals Australia. The Aussies are the current holders and won’t […] Read the full story

World Matchplay Guide 2019

July 26th
Sports Guides
The Betfred World Matchplay is one of the biggest prizes in darts, with many regarding it as second only to the World Championships. The biggest Darts tournament of the summer, played in Blackpool it is arguably the most popular event on the calendar for the fans and is why it sells out every year. First […] Read the full story

Netball World Cup 2019 Guide

July 11th
The 2019 Netball World Cup will take place in Liverpool. It’s the third time this event has been held in England, and the host nation is looking for its first ever victory. The team is going into the tournament with a good chance, after getting the better of Australia to take the Gold medal in the 2018 […] Read the full story

Wimbledon 2019: Who will win this year?

May 21st
Sports Guides
When it comes to tennis, there’s no bigger tournament than Wimbledon. Even among the Grand Slam tournaments, Wimbledon is the oldest and most prestigious of events in the tennis calendar. As with all top-level sports competitions, many people fancy a flutter. If you’re going to back a player to win the competition, it’s worth taking […] Read the full story

Royal Ascot 2019 Guide

May 13th
Sports Guides
Last updated: 08/07/19 Founded in 1711 by Queen Anne, Royal Ascot is a prestigious meet in the racing calendar. It’s so prestigious, that every year, Queen Elizabeth II attends with other members of the Royal Family, arriving in a horse-drawn carriage. The beginning of every race day is marked by the Royal procession at 2pm […] Read the full story