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Posted Tuesday, May 03, 2011 07:54 AM
The 137th Kentucky Derby runs this Saturday, May 7th, 2011 at the famous Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. The current Kentucky Derby odds at the sportsbook have Dialled In and Uncle Mo atop the list, both at 7/2.
By all accounts, Uncle Mo has recovered 100% from his GI tract infection that he dealt with when he placed 3rd at the Wood Memorial. He has had at least two great workouts at Churchill Downs and looks very good.
Dialed in arrived at Churchill Downs on the weekend, but isn’t scheduled to workout during the week. That shouldn’t be any issue, and in fact, I like him more than Uncle Mo. Aside from the impressive win at the Florida Derby, he has been very consistent in every trip.
Right now, Uncle Mo has a slight lead over Dialed In in terms of betting action, but there’s still five days of betting ahead of us.
The “Run for the Roses” will be broadcast by NBC, with race time schedule for 6:24 PM ET.
Here is a list of the current Kentucky Derby Odds, as of Tuesday, May 3rd. This will be updated throughout the week.
Silver Medallion +4000
Decisive Moment +4000
Watch Me Go +3300
Comma to the Top +2000
Animal Kingdom +2000
Pants on Fire +1800
Stay Thirsty +1600
Brilliant Speed +1600
Mucho Macho Man +1400
Midnight Interlude +1400
Master of Hounds +1400
Tobys Corner +1200
Twice The Appeal +1100
Archarcharch +900<... [More]
Posted Tuesday, April 19, 2011 12:30 PM
The Atlanta Hawks are coming off one of their most convincing upsets of the season Saturday and tonight in Orlando, it’s the Magic who are on the ropes as they look to even this series at one game apiece.
Online sportsbook have listed the hometown Magic as an 8.5-point favorite and given the Magic’s ATS record as big chalk, it’s no surprise to see more than 70-percent early action on the underdog. Including Saturday’s loss, where the Magic were also laying -8.5, Orlando has lost eight-straight games ATS when laying -7 points or more.
Brian Taylor, manager at Sportsbetting.com, stated “the sports betting public haven’t warmed up to Orlando in this one. After that straight up loss as a big favorite stung bettors the other night, they’re reluctant to back this Magic team as big favorite again. We’re currently sitting with 71% of the action on the underdog Hawks”.
The Hawks stumbled into the postseason, losing six in a row straight-up (1-5 ATS) but with five-straight ATS covers against the Magic it seems Atlanta couldn’t have asked for a better first round opponent.
Atlanta shot an impressive 51.4-percent (38-for-74) in the opener and held the Magic to just 6-of-22 from beyond the arc. Turnovers, which plagued the Magic throughout the season, once again caused nightmares for Dwight Howard as Orlando handed the ball over 18 times – the most of all 16 playoff teams.
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Posted Friday, March 18, 2011 07:09 AM
And then there was one....one single bracket with nary a blemish after the final buzzer of Thursday’s March Madness games. The dream of a perfect March Madness bracket lives.
The perfect bracket belongs to a member from one of our sponsors, SPORTSBETTING.COM. Iowa resident James T. entered their March Madness contest (titled Million Dollar Madness), along with thousands of others. But he alone is the only one able to boast a clean sheet after the first 16 games tipped off the round of 64.
When Morehead State upset Louisville, red scars appeared on brackets all over North America, wiping out a perfect Thursday for more than 95% of all brackets filled out. Those still alive sweated out a spirited Princeton team’s attempt to upset Kentucky (Kentucky won 59-57) and then had to manoeuvre their way through the late round of games.
Wins by UCLA, Cincinnati and especially #11-seed Gonzaga were the main culprits in tripping up the others. Everyone except James from Iowa.
The odds of James making it through Friday’s games with his perfect bracket in-tact are, let’s just say, astronomical. That feat has only been accomplished a handful of times ever, while no one has ever run the table with a complete perfect bracket through to the Championship game.
Sportsbetting.com will be Tweeting (@sportsbetting1) throughout the day tomorrow, keeping track of James’ progress.
We at BetRepublic.com will be tracking this on Friday, as well as givi... [More]
Posted Thursday, February 17, 2011 05:07 AM
Tonight’s contest between the Spurs and Bulls is one of the final two games before the NBA All-Star break. San Antonio (46-9) lead the NBA with a .836 win percentage while the Bulls (37-16), listed by sportsbooks as a -1.5 point favorite, are first in the Central division by 13 games over the Indiana Pacers.
The Spurs have a 6-2 SU/ATS record through the first eight games of their infamous rodeo tour and have been off since Monday’s 17-point win at New Jersey. Leading scorer Manu Ginobili (17.9 ppg) was good for 22 points vs. the Nets and that came on the heels of HC Gregg Popovich’s move to rest his superstar at Washington.
Chicago’s most recent game was Tuesday’s 106-94 SU/ATS win against Charlotte and the Bulls have an 18-7 ATS record off one-day’s rest. Chicago caught the Bobcats off a monstrous upset win the previous night against the Los Angeles Lakers and was able to out-rebound Charlotte 11-6 in the offensive zone. The Bobcats’ downfall, though, was going 2-11 (18.2 percent) from three-point land.
San Antonio is second best in the league with a .396 shooting percentage from outside the arc while the Bulls (.365) rank 11th. Chicago has been playing without leading rebounder Joakim Noah since Dec. 15 but they’ve done a fantastic job. If anything, the physical game may be what suffers most for the Spurs as they play their ninth road game in a row.
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Posted Tuesday, December 07, 2010 10:33 AM
This midweek sees the
final games from the group stage of the Champions League, who will reach
the knockout stages? We’re looking at the biggest games.
Group A sees Tottenham
Hotspur and Inter Milan locked at the top of the table with ten points
from their opening five matches and both are playing away games this
Tuesday, with Spurs at FC Twente and Inter facing Werder Bremen, with
the aim of topping the group. Of the two sides, Spurs are in better form
and are unbeaten in their last six matches, while Inter have lost three
of their last five games. How will these games go? Let’s look at the
matchups and the updated Champions League odds.
Spurs face a tough task to
claim all three points against an FC Twente side that has lost just one
of its last 22 games at home in the last year, however they have not won
in this year’s Champions League at home and have drawn both games
played. Spurs are patchy on the road and have lost four of their last
seven away games, and they have drawn one and lost one away in the
Champions League this season.
However, with winning the
group at stake we expect them to win this match and we’re backing them
to win the game. Sportsbook have the current odds @ 2.00.
Both Werder Bremen and Inter
Milan are in poor form, with Werder having collected one win their last
nine games and they have earned just two points from their five
Champions League games so far. At home they have won three... [More]
Posted Tuesday, December 07, 2010 09:12 AM
Not one of the seven matchups Tuesday features two teams that each have
a win-loss record above .500 but this Western Conference rivalry
between the Suns and Trailblazers is a close as it gets.
Portland started last season
at 12-8 before going on to win 50 games but the Trailblazers are 2-6-1
ATS vs. teams with a winning record. Sportsbook
have the home side favored.
Phoenix (11-9) at Portland
Portland started the season
6-3 but fell into six-game spiral that sent their fans into a tizzy.
The Blazers led at half-time
in three of the six losses and three were by four points or less, but
was Sunday’s win against the Clippers a turning point or an aberration?
Strong play in the defensive
zone will a key for Portland but the Suns (109.8 ppg) lead the league
in scoring and for seven-straight games have notched 105-plus points per
game. Look for the Trailblazers to fall behind in the second-half and
for this game to finish with a margin of less than three.
Pick: Take the Suns
Washington (6-13) at L.A.
The Lakers won their first game in over a week Friday, beating
Sacramento 113-80 SU/ATS. It was LA’s most convincing win of the season,
covering the spread by more than 20 points, and after a three-day
layoff the sports betting books are calling for more of the same.
The Wizar... [More]
Posted Monday, December 06, 2010 03:26 AM
Monday Night Football betting action for
tonight’s contest have favored the Patriots by more than 60-percent
throughout the week, but online sportsbook
haven’t moved the line off 3.5. New England is 11-3 ATS in its past 14
games as a home favorite by 3.5-to-10 points but in the most recent; an
ATS loss Week 11 vs. Indianapolis, the Patriots needed a Red Zone
takeaway in the final minute just to avoid the straight-up loss.
doubled up the Patriots 28-14 in Week 2, but it’s worth noting that in
the past seven seasons, Bill Belichick’s squad holds a 12-4 advantage in
16 meetings, playoffs included. The Jets’ Mark Sanchez tossed three TD
passes in the first meeting and for a while, it seemed the sophomore QB
had curbed an interception tendency that tied him for second-most (20)
in the league last season.
decisions in his past six games have added up to eight picks, however,
and the improvements we’ve seen from this young New England secondary
since Week 2 could pose a serious threat to the Jets passing game.
UNIVERSITY OF BELICHICK
Patriots are plus-11 in turnovers this season while the Jets have a
rating of plus-7. New England has won the turnover battle in seven of
its past nine games and the defensive minded head coach/D-Co Belichick
has done an amazing job teaching his guys how to play at... [More]
Posted Monday, December 06, 2010 03:24 AM
Premier League’s weekend action draws to a close this Monday as
Liverpool take on Aston Villa at Anfield. Who will take all three
Aston Villa v Liverpool
final game of matchday sixteen in the Premier League sees twelfth
placed Liverpool take on sixteenth placed Aston Villa in what promises
to be an intriguing match. Who do the bookies will walk away with the
spoils? Bet365 make Liverpool the
1.57 favourites to collect all three points, with an Aston Villa win
available at 6.50 and the draw can be backed at odds of 3.80.
season has not been a good season for Liverpool and with manager
changes and the club being taken over, they have won just four of their
opening fifteen games. However, they have collected a total of nineteen
points in the league and thanks to the closeness of the league this
season, a win in this match will send them rocketing up the table to
seventh place. Their home form has been good recently and they have won
all of their last three home games against Blackburn Rovers, Chelsea and
West Ham. For this game they are missing both Steven Gerrard and Jamie
Carragher through injury and Fernando Torres is still not hitting the
heights that he can do when in form, so will they continue in their
Villa are very much out of form at the moment and they are wi... [More]
Posted Monday, December 06, 2010 12:01 AM
words “Indianapolis Colts” and “losing streak” go together like Irish
Cream and lime juice, also known as a Cement Mixer. It’s the kind of
prank you play on your best enemy and this week the Dallas Cowboys (3-8)
are the intended target.
(6-5) has lost three in a row and Peyton Manning has thrown seven picks
the past two weeks after throwing just two the first seven games this
season. It’s given sportsbook
little choice but to post a modest betting line for the perennial
favourite and the Colts look like a strong play for anyone making NFL
picks this weekend.
DALLAS AT INDIANAPOLIS
Line: Colts -5.5
is 3-0 ATS since making the change from Wade Phillips to Jason Garrett
and they could very well be 3-0 straight-up had Roy Williams been more
aware of the situation vs. New Orleans. That turnover was a key to the
game and Indy’s -8 turnover ratio in the past two weeks is a key to why
the Colts are on the outside of the playoff bubble looking in.
is having huge problems running the ball but gets RB Hart back this
week and the tandem of Hart and Brown should be more effective. The
Colts are 10-1 SU at home the past five seasons off a home game (6-5
ATS), and 3-0 SU (2-1 ATS) when it was against a non-Conference foe.
Posted Saturday, December 04, 2010 04:38 AM
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Posted Saturday, December 04, 2010 04:30 AM
round two for Auburn and South Carolina, as these two faced off earlier
in the season. That meeting resulted in a come-from-behind 35-27 win
for the Tigers. Now they meet in the SEC Championship game, the first
time since 1994 Auburn has played in the Conference title matchup.
Tigers come in fresh of that wildly entertaining victory last week vs.
Alabama in which they overcame a 24-0 deficit. Falling behind early only
to rally for wins has become somewhat of a trademark for Auburn this
season, as they’ve done it in eight of their 12 wins.
have this game set with Auburn as a 5.5-point favourite and a Total of
61.5. The Tigers have a record of 7-1 ATS versus conference opponents
While Auburn fans are excitedly booking tickets to Arizona to watch their team in the BCS Championship game on January 10th,
the Gamecocks have a real shot at upending all those plans. Coach
Spurrier’s team already proved they can hang with the Tigers in that
35-27 loss in late September. It was four South Carolina turnovers that
snapped the defeat from the jaws of victory, as they let Auburn off the
Gamecock defense has been impressive all season, and while controlling
Cam Newton and Co. Is a very difficult proposition, if they can get some
help from the offense, they could be up for the task. First off, they
Posted Friday, December 03, 2010 03:50 AM
Serie A Picks: This
weekend’s Serie A action runs from Friday night to Monday and Sportsbook
is here with some great tips on the biggest games from the
games being played.
Inter Milan vs. Lazio
weekend begins on Friday night with the biggest game of the 10 being
played as former league leaders Lazio entertain fifth placed Inter Milan
the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. After losing top spot in the league at the
start of November thanks to two straight defeats to Roma and Cesena,
Lazio have bounced back with two wins and two draws in the following
four games. They lie second in the table, just three points behind AC
Milan, and they are four points ahead of Inter. Inter have won their
last two matches, and even scored five goals in their last game, but
they have not won away from home since the end of October. Despite this,
they are improving again. We feel that this game will end as a draw.
Sportsbooks have this line at 2.73, which we are backing.
Sunday’s late game promises to be an excellent
game as Catania host Juventus at the Stadio Angelo Massimino. Catania
are eleventh in the table and have lost just one of their last eight
games and are unbeaten in 2010 at home, a run of 21 games. Juventus are
third in the table, just three points behind Lazio in second, but have
drawn nine of their last fourteen games. However, they have won the
other six matches. On the road they are unbeaten in nine games... [More]
Posted Friday, December 03, 2010 01:58 AM
La Liga Picks:
Following Barcelona’s 5-0 thumping of Real Madrid last weekend, we’re
back to business in Spain’s top division and we’re here to preview the
Valencia vs. Real Madrid
second weekend running, Real Madrid are involved in the match of the
weekend and they will be looking to claim all three points as they host
Valencia at the Bernabeu on Saturday night. Their loss to Barcelona was
their first defeat all season. Jose Mourinho has to be feeling that his
side will collect all three points after winning each of the nine games
played at home this season by an aggregate scoreline of 32-4. The last
time they were beaten at home was in April and that loss came to
Barcelona. They followed that up by beating Valencia in the next game.
Will they do the same? We believe so.
We’re backing them to
win. Sportsbook have them at odds of 1.23.
The weekend’s other big game sees third placed
Villarreal take on the side in eighth, Sevilla, at the Camp El Madrigal
stadium. Villarreal have a home record almost as impressive as Real
Madrid as they have played ten matches at home in all competitions this
season, winning nine and drawing one. Sevilla have lost both of their
last two matches and they have lost two of their last three away games,
conceding ten goals in those three matches. However, we are not
expecting many goals to be scored in this game as both sides are tight
Posted Thursday, December 02, 2010 06:52 AM
Some say the league didn’t come down hard enough on Denver head Coach,
Josh McDaniels for his part in the Spygate II scandal but after watching
the St. Louis Rams pummel the last place Broncos Sunday on their own
turf, is there any more discipline required?
McDaniels is on the
hot seat in Denver and after the success Jason Garrett (3-0 ATS) and
Leslie Frazier (1-0 ATS) have experienced since taking over the head
coaching jobs in Dallas and Minnesota, a change of scenery in the
Rockies could be eminent.
Denver lost a close one to the Jets in
Week 6 that they had every right to win. Since then, the only two
highlights for the Broncos have been a 35-point scoring spree in the
first-half against the Chiefs and 20 fourth quarter points against the
Rams in Week 12.
Online sportsbook set the betting odds for Denver and
Kansas City this week at Chiefs (-7) but that line did not last through
Arizona’s first fumble in the Monday Night Football game vs. San
Sportsbetting.com currently lists the Chiefs (-9) and
picks on Kansas City at home this season have produced a 4-1 ATS record –
that’s a profit of plus-2.9 units.
Kansas City’s veteran coaches
will have learned from their mistakes of the last meeting but in this
short turn-around situation between division rivals we predict a much
lower scoring game than the 49-29 final in Week 10.
Pick: Take the
NFL DRAFT PROP
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Posted Thursday, December 02, 2010 05:23 AM
betting storylines for the first month of the season have led to
Thursday night’s matchup between the Miami Heat (-4.5) and Cleveland
sportsbook were projecting the Heat as nine-point favorites for
this contest when the season began (with NBA Prospective lines), but
given Miami’s current seven-game streak of losses against the spread
(ATS), it’s a wonder they’re even favored at all.
posted a 4-4 ATS record the past while but they were underdogs in
7-of-8. The Cavs have an illustrious 5-0 record straight-up (SU) and ATS
vs. Miami since March of 2009, but LeBron James was Cleveland’s leading
scorer in four out of five games.
Ah yes, King James. Where
would the Cleveland franchise be without their deserting leader? James
averaged more than 28 points per game the past five years with Cleveland
and so far this year with the Heat is netting just 23.7 points per
James was good for 31.6 points in the past five meetings
between these teams and this season through 17 games the King has
crowned 32-plus points only three times.
Sportsbooks are giving
bettors a chance to bet on nearly every aspect of this game, offering
betting prop and Over/Under odds for how many points LeBron will score,
does Chris Bosh remain an afterthought (O/U 19 points) and an exotic
prop on whether or not James will do his patented powder move that
became famous during his past seven ... [More]
Posted Wednesday, December 01, 2010 10:55 PM
Cardinals: The Arizona Cardinals were in Kansas City last week
while the San Francisco 49ers endured their first home shutout since
1977 at the hands of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
After Sunday’s results the
NFC West race has been transformed into a three-team race. The
competitors are Seattle (5-6), St. Louis (5-6), and the winner of
SAN FRANCISCO (3-7) AT ARIZONA (3-7)
have the number on this one set as the 49ers -1 and the
Total is 40.
The fantasy ride for quarterback Troy Smith could be
short-lived but this week he gets one more chance. Coach Singletary said
he wouldn’t hesitate to bench QB Smith if he’s playing a miserable game
and Alex Smith is second on the depth chart.
TE Vernon Davis, who left the
game against Tampa Bay with an ankle injury, should be fine but San
Francisco needs to hitch its wagon to Frank Gore.
Gore (foot) is coming off his
worst game of the season against Tampa Bay and it could have partly
been due to his injury, but this week he is ready to go. Arizona’s front
seven is beat up right now and Gore could be the key to opening up room
for the passing game.
Arizona HC Whisenhunt is
under pressure to produce on offense and critics are starting to
question why the team won’t bring in an offensive co-ordinator. The
Cardinals will go with Derek Anderson at QB but look for Whisenhunt to
open the playbook and try to get WR Fitzgerald inv... [More]
Posted Monday, November 29, 2010 07:02 AM
NFL Week 12
Picks: It doesn’t matter if NFL players actually watch any of
the action unfold during Thursday’s Thanksgiving triple-header; they
know the results by Friday morning.
How it affects the players on
Atlanta to see Drew Brees pass for more than 350 yards on the road
against Dallas? Another mystery, but Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has thrown
for 285-plus in five of his past six outings so the Falcons defensive
backs better be ready!
GREEN BAY AT ATLANTA
The Packers sandwiched their bye week
with impressive wins against Dallas and Minnesota, leaving a trail of
coaching casualties in their wake. The Falcons have had a few extra days
after beating Baltimore on Thursday (Week 11) and they’ll face a
Packers team that’s allowed only one TD on 31 drives in their last three
Atlanta is 3-2 ATS at home this year and was 5-1 ATS when
laying points in 2009. QB Ryan’s (18-1 SU) strong run of straight-up
home wins gets a ton of publicity but it’s well deserved; the guy knows
how to get the job done.
Online sportsbook opened the line for
this game at Falcons -2 and public betting percentages show a 70-30
split of ATS betting action, Green Bay getting the majority.
Falcons won their final four games of the season ATS last year and are
11-2 SU in their past 13 overall. In what could be a preview for the NFC
Conference Final we like the betting value on the ho... [More]
Posted Saturday, November 27, 2010 04:59 AM
There may be a full
round of action in La Liga this weekend, but there is only one game
being talked about – El Clásico at the Nou Camp on Monday night as
Barcelona host their biggest rivals Real Madrid. Where is the betting value
on this one? Let’s look at the biggest La Liga games.
Real Madrid vs.
Sportsbooks, fans and bettors are all looking forward to this
one on Monday night, as Barcelona welcome their biggest domestic rivals
to the Nou Camp as they look to record their 5th successive El Clásico
win over the side from the capital. Will they be able to do so, as Real
Madrid under Jose Mourinho are a different, and more difficult to
defeat, side than in recent years.
Both sides go into this
crucial encounter having won their last five matches in all
competitions, and Real Madrid head the Catalan side in the league by
just a single point thanks to their ten wins and two draws in the league
this season compared to Barca’s ten wins, one draw and one loss. They
have already streaked away from the rest of the league and are seven
points ahead of third placed Villarreal in a league of their own. Barca
have proved their vulnerability at home this season with their loss to
Hercules early in the season and while they have improved they do not
look as consistent as Real Madrid do this season.
Barca have definitely
improved in recent times and, while they will be fired up for this game,
Jose Mourinho will ... [More]
Posted Saturday, November 27, 2010 03:58 AM
Rivalry weekend in the
NCAA serves up some of the best matchups of the year and some strong betting opportunities.
Let’s take a look at a couple of the big games and look at a couple of
LSU vs. Arkansas
While they won’t play for a
national championship, a win over #12-ranked Arkansas puts Les Miles and
LSU in a great spot for a BCS bowl game...and a loss means they can
wave bye bye to the BCS. This big SEC battle on Saturday has already
grabbed a lot of attention from bettors during the week, but by
kick-off, it will be one of the most wagered on college games of the
speaking with Brian Taylor, manager at Sportsbetting.com, he stated
that “LSU is currently an underdog of more than a field goal at +3.5,
but we’re starting to see more action come in on them. As of Friday
evening, we have 54% of all the action on this game on the Tigers”.
Sportsbooks have the total
set at 54.5 and so far, in speaking with several sportsbook managers, it
appears have yet to really make up their mind on what to do with it.
Most are reporting pretty balanced early action, with an overall small
lean to the high side.
This is going to be a very difficult
challenge for LSU, as they play away from home vs. a Top 12 team that
has some star power and big motivation. The Razorbacks are looking for a
double-digit winning season, as they sit at 9-2 heading in.
But we like the dog in this
one. We think get... [More]
Posted Saturday, November 27, 2010 02:14 AM
Picks: After the excitement of the midweek Champions League
football we’re back to the domestic action again this weekend and we’re
looking at the 15th round of games from England’s Premier League, giving
out our top picks.
Liverpool vs. Tottenham
will see a ton of action on the biggest game of the
weekend happens on Sunday evening as Tottenham Hotspur host Liverpool at
White Hart Lane. Spurs are on a run of four games unbeaten having
claimed all drawn with Sunderland and then claimed all three points
against Blackburn and Arsenal in the league before dispatching Werder
Bremen 3-0 in the Champions League to book their place in the last
sixteen of the tournament. Liverpool are in better form than earlier in
the season and they now sit 9th in the table, however their away form is
poor and they have lost four of seven games on the road this season.
With Spurs playing in midweek and Liverpool poor on the road, we see
this one not being as action packed as expected and we’re backing there
won’t be much scoring in this one.
The play is on the under 2.5 goals
market @ 1.72.
Chelsea vs. Newcastle United
The only other game being
played on Sunday is Newcastle United v Chelsea at St. James Park.
Newcastle are an odd side this season and have had some poor results as
well as some excellent ones. High points have seen them beat Chelsea in
the Carling Cup and Arsenal, Aston Villa and local rivals ... [More]
Posted Saturday, November 27, 2010 01:15 AM
Betting: ll three of Italy’s representatives in the Champions
League this week were victorious, but can they carry that form over into
the weekend’s league action? Let’s look at the current Sportsbook
odds and see if we can find some value.
Milan vs. Sampdoria
After their 2-0 win in
France in midweek, league leaders travel to Sampdoria this weekend
looking to claim another three points, but will they be able to do so?
Sampdoria are continuing their impressive home form from last season as
they have won four, drawn four and lost just a single game in front of
their own fans this season. However, their fans will be baying for a
goal this weekend as the last three of Sampdoria’s home games have
finished 0-0. Milan are in excellent form and have won all of their last
five matches and have kept clean sheets in the last three. They will be
very confident of extending their league lead this weekend, but
Sampdoria are no pushovers at home and we will feel that both sides will
walk away with a point. Back the draw @ 2.82 at (those odds are
Parma vs. Inter Milan
In action early on Sunday
morning are Inter Milan and they host Parma at the San Siro. Inter have
being have a rough time of late and prior to their 1-0 win over FC
Twente in the Champions League on Wednesday they had gone five games
without victory. Will that win over the Dutch side boost their
confidence and see them get somethi... [More]
Posted Tuesday, November 23, 2010 03:15 AM
Champions League Picks: We’ve reached the second last
round of Group games in the Champions League this week and there’s sure
to be plenty of drama as everyone makes a final push for the knockout
stages. Where should we be putting our money though? Let’s look at the
biggest games, check the online sportsbook odds and see where
value lies for our picks.
Inter Milan vs. FC Twente
first match we’re looking at sees Inter Milan take on FC Twente at the
San Siro in Group A action on Wednesday evening. Both sides are not in
good form, with Inter dropping to sixth in Serie A at the weekend
following a 2-1 defeat to Chievo and Twente have lost both of their last
two matches in the Dutch league. Inter need all three points here to
guarantee their place in the last sixteen stage of the tournament and
know that a win for the visitors will see them leap ahead of them in the
group. The first game finished 2-2 and with the seven games these sides
have played in the Champions League seeing 28 goals, we’re expecting
goals here too.
Our money is on over 2.5 goals in this game @ 1.56.
Two sides definitely not struggling this
season are the Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid and they scored
13 goals between them at the weekend as Barca won 8-0 at Almeria and
Real defeated Athletic Bilbao 5-1 at the Bernabeu. This Wednesday sees
Barcelona travel to Greece needing only a point to ensure their pr... [More]
Posted Tuesday, November 23, 2010 02:41 AM
We’re starting to see a few trends develop with certain NFL teams that
can present wagering opportunities for astute bettors.
typical betting trends that speak of how ‘Team A’ performs against
division rivals or as three-point favorite; those are easy to spot by sportsbook
and bettors alike.
These trends are more like habits that are
continuously producing the same net result and in the right matchup can
generate solid betting options.
1. GIANT DROPS – The most famous
drop in Manhattan used to be the big apple on New Year’s Eve but now
it’s the ones by Eli Manning’s receivers. The worst part is that they
don’t just drop the ball; they usually tip it to a defensive back!
PALM THE BALL – The only QBs with more interceptions per attempt than
Carson Palmer are Eli Manning (see above) and Brett Favre – the NFL’s
all-time INT King. Cincinnati cannot be trusted.
New York (-7.5)
is hosting a Jacksonville team this week that have scored 79 points
during a current three-game win streak, and sportsbook is giving us
more than a TD?
Cincinnati visits one of the toughest
secondaries in football and the Jets (-9) can’t wait to face a trigger
happy QB like Palmer.
Early football picks can offer great value
and the Jaguars and Jets are two plays worth considering.
After compiling a 40-37 straight-up record in five seasons
with Minnesota, Brad Childres... [More]
Posted Monday, November 22, 2010 06:34 AM
Broncos vs Chargers:
The current standings in the AFC West seem to be confused! Chargers look like dangerous teams with 4-5 SU under the coach Norv Turner.
For this Monday night match-up, Sportsbook
have the line set at San Diego -10 with a total of 50.5. On the home side, early betting action has come in. Brian Taylor, Sportsbetting.com manager is starting 70% of the action and it’s on Chargers. 65% of the volume tiled to ‘Over’.
In Week 9, Chargers went into Houston for victory. If we look back to Week 8, San Diego was held up with Tennessee Titans team in the fourth quarter.
QB Phil Rivers is one of the players who attained a new level of respect to win. He is one of the greatest QB in the league. Last week, Broncos 3-6 were hosting Kansas in the second of back-to-back divisional road games. Denver Broncos were looking for four game losing streaks.
Oddsmakers have opened the line on this game at Chargers (-9.5). It was moved to 50.5 from 48 and now, it’s slowing down.
Before their bye, Titans were 3-1 and as more than 80 percent of bettors felt Titans as small road favs at Miami. Titans lost the game 29-17.
Despite scoring 5-0 ATS after their bye week, team out for 9-0 in Week 8 are New York Jets. They are having 30 points per game from Week’s 2-6.Pick: Take the Broncos