Date: 7th October 2021 at 8:29am
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With the 2021/22 Premier League Table slowly starting to take shape as we head into the third month of the season, there’s not much separating the front runners at the top of the division, but at the other end, there are already sides being left adrift – particularly Norwich City – who need a good run of wins simply to bridge the deficit, even though only seven games have been played.

With us entering October, it does of course mean another international round of fixtures and for those who like a flutter my betting sites has plenty of options, listing the latest deals to allow you to select the bookmaker best matching your preference, to more than keep you occupied during this lull in the Premier League fixture list and, indeed, for the remainder of the season.

Whether it’s the top flight battle and the winners or losers at either end of the table, those who might join the Premier League next season or even more individual gambles like who will finish as the Golden Boot and Golden Glove winners, there’s sure to be something to sensibly whet your appetite.

Given the international break I’m pretty sure there are even odds on whether or not we’ll see a repeat of the utterly bizarre events at the Corinthians Arena where in September’s window, where the World Cup qualifying clash between Brazil and Argentina was abandoned after only five minutes of play.

Until then it’s all eyes to Saturday’s World Cup qualifying clash between Gareth Southgate’s England side who are away to Andorra and although the former Under 21 gaffer no longer has a 100% win record to boast or protect, he will be adamant the national side get through their remaining Group D matches unbeaten and for fans of the Three Lions there’s every confidence to believe that they can achieve just that given performances and results so far.

It’d still take a very brave soul to put money on England surviving a penalty shoot out or even completing the journey all the way to the Final itself in Qatar (let alone lifting the Jules Rimet for the first time since 1966), but there are plenty of ways to add a bit of spice to the upcoming matches if you’re a little bit braver than the average fan with a dose of national pride and belief.

Regardless of your club colours, the question is do you share in Tottenham Hotspur’s motto – To Dare Is To Do?

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