Vive La Aléatoire: Why Russia 2018 was the best World Cup in history

It’s over.  France are world champions for the second time in 20 years, and – just over a month after Russia bulldozed Saudi Arabia en route to a 5-0 opening game victory – we may have witnessed the greatest international sporting spectacle of all-time.

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I Wouldn't Bet Against It - Legalized Sports Gambling

The inevitable has finally occurred with the Supreme Court clearing the way for states to legalize sports gambling. As of this writing, Nevada, Delaware, and New Jersey have above the board betting with eight other states having passed bills and hoping to be up and running by this fall. The debate and pros and cons of this issue are not what I would like to talk about but rather the possibility of games being rigged or as they say in Europe, match fixing.

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2018 World Cup Fan Survey

With the 2018 World Cup just days away, we've asked the Daily Soccer Digest community to answer 6 of the most pressing questions heading into Russia. More than 500 of the most passionate fans of the beautiful game have spoken. Here are your answers... 

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Stop Telling me to Root for El Tri: A World Cup Guide for American Fans

Boston Red Sox fans don’t back the New York Yankees, nor do Green Bay Packers root for the Chicago Bears, and certainly New York Red Bull fans do not pull for NYCFC. The suggestion that proximity should somehow give me permission to root for El Tri is short sighted and, honestly, shockingly dumb. Nothing makes my blood boil like El Tri winning a match.

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Fantasy Five - Tips for your Fantasy Premier League team 5/10/18

After 37 dramatic rounds we’ve reached the final gameweek of this season’s Fantasy Premier League – one last chance to overtake your mates and claim bragging rights for the next 12 months. Sunday’s ten matches promise to be among the most unpredictable of the season, with most teams having little left to play for, but there are a few exceptions

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