bet365's Sam Matterface and Steve Freeth cast their eyes over a number of New Year specials betting markets for football ahead of 2024.
The 2023 calendar year saw a number of bet365's New Year specials markets come to fruition, such as Lionel Messi to win the Ballon d'Or at 9/4 and Mauricio Pochettino to manage a Premier League club at 2/1.
With odds of 20/1 for a team to score 10 or more in a Premier League game in the New Year, 16/1 for English clubs to win the Champions League, Europa League and Conference League in 2024 and 10/1 on a Premier League return for Harry Kane, there's plenty for customers to get their teeth into.
bet365’s Steve Freeth said: “Newcastle got close to double figures back in September when bagging eight at Bramall Lane in a season where there has been a noticeable rise in goals, while we see English clubs favourites for the three different European competitions.
“Talking of Europe, some questioned Harry Kane’s move to Germany, so at 10/1, it would be a surprise to see him back plying his trade in the Premier League after making such a successful start to life in the Bundesliga.”
What will 2024 have in store in the world of football?
As 2023 draws to a close, bet365 have opened up a vast range of exciting new Football specials markets for 2024:
|James Milner to break PL Most Appearances record (653) in 2024?
|A woman to be appointed an EPL or EFL permanent manager in 2024?
|Any goalkeeper to score an EPL goal in 2024?
|Any player to score 5+ goals in an EPL match during 2024?
|Any team to score 10+ goals in an EPL match during 2024?
|Gareth Southgate to leave the England manager role in 2024?
|Jurgen Klopp to leave the Liverpool manager role in 2024?
|Pep Guardiola to leave the Man City manager role in 2024?
|Jack Grealish to sign for Aston Villa in 2024?
|English club to win the 2024 Champions League, Europa League & Conference League
|Jude Bellingham to start an England match as captain in 2024?
|An English player to win the Ballon d'Or in 2024
Odds correct at time of publication and subject to fluctuation.