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This past week, one of the greatest boxers in history, Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr., said he’d step back into the ring to take on YouTube superstar Logan Paul. Logan has two fights on his record, a win and a loss to fellow celebrity KSI.
OGA Dota PIT Season 4: Europe/CIS kicks-off on Tuesday, December 15, with eight European and CIS Dota 2 teams in attendance and US $150,000 on the line. Today we will explore the final two fixtures of the opening day and provide our readers with the best bets and eSports odds to take advantage of ahead of time.
It feels as though the NASCAR season just ended, but we are now a mere couple of months away from the start of the new season. You have to give credit to NASCAR for delivering a thrilling season in 2020 despite being forced to such down for 10 weeks during the pandemic. There were midweek races, doubleheaders, and some other weird scheduling quirks, but it all eventually went of without too much of a hitch, with Chase Elliott being the eventual champion. He will have the target on his back next season, but what else can we expect from NASCAR in 2021? Let’s find out so you can plan ahead your bets and place them against their NASCAR odds.
As we get closer to Saturday night and UFC 256, MMA fans are holding their breath and hoping that we don’t see any more cancellations, like we did last week. Right now, everything is a go, which means that we have a main card with 5 fights, including a big title fight as the headline event. It’s certainly a fantastic card and is the penultimate event of 2020 in UFC, with next week’s Fight Night being the last big event of the year. We have a lot to cover here, so let’s get right into the previews and picks for the 5 fights on the main card, along with their UFC odds.
After what has seemed like a longer season than usual despite there being fewer races, the 2020 Formula 1 season will officially come to a close on Sunday in Abu Dhabi. The big question that race fans have coming into this weekend is about what type of race we will see. We have all become accustomed to seeing Lewis Hamilton win every week, and a couple of other familiar names vying for the remaining spots on the podium, but sometimes things don’t go as expected. Last weekend was the perfect example of that, with Sergio Perez winning his first ever race in F1, with Esteban Ocon and Lance Stroll rounding out the top 3. Will it be another weekend of surprises or a more familiar podium? Let’s look at the current Formula 1 odds for the favorites.
There is no more storied rivalry in college football Army vs. Navy and the rivals usually play in Philadelphia every season, but this year’s game was moved to Army’s on-campus location at West Point due to COVID-19. The game was moved due to attendance limits in the state of Pennsylvania that won’t allow the Brigade of Midshipmen and the Corps of Cadets to attend the game. Army is a TD favorite on the NCAAF odds and both will be wearing spectacular uniforms.
We are now just a little over a week away from the Conference Championship Games and hearing who the final four will be. Before we get to that point, though, there are still some games to be played, which brings us to Week 15 of the college football season. Even with games being postponed, there are still a lot of games to choose from. We have our usual slate of parlay tickets set to go, so let’s jump right into our picks for the week and then you can go ahead to make your bets against their NCAAF odds.
With the postponement of the game between Ohio State and Michigan this weekend, we are now looking at a situation that might create a ripple effect across all of college football. The Buckeyes will not be able to meet the 6-game minimum requirement to appear in the Big Ten Conference Championship Game, which could well mean that they also drop out of the top 4 in the national rankings. Word has it that the conference may decide to drop that minimum this year, but we shall wait to see. It is still going to take some time to figure all of this out, but it does mean that we have a few games this weekend that take on a whole new level of importance. Those games will be included in our list of must watch matchups for Week 15 of the college football season. Let’s jump right into action so you can keep betting against our NCAAF odds.
It took until Week 13 for it to happen, but we are finally left with no unbeaten teams in the NFL after the Steelers loss to the Washington Football Team. The playoff race, though, is becoming a little clearer with 4 weeks left to play, although that is a race that may very well go down to the wire. There are some huge games, many of which have playoff implications, to come this weekend, but before we get to those, let’s take a look at the top and bottom 5 teams in the current Power Rankings so you can keep making your bets against their NFL odds.
LaLiga is one of the most competitive international soccer leagues in the world. Neither Barcelona nor Real Madrid has solidified favorite status. Check out analysis and picks for LaLiga matchups on Friday, Dec. 11 through Sunday, Dec. 13. Let’s jump right into action so you can continue placing your bets against their LaLiga odds.
The Bundesliga has a full slate of games from Friday, Dec. 11 to Sunday, Dec. 13. The best teams in the German League, Bayern, Dortmund, Leipzig and Monchengladbach, are in action. Check out analysis and free picks for the top games to watch this weekend in the Bundesliga. Let’s get right to it so you can go ahead and place your bets against their Bundesliga odds.
College Football has seen it’s fair share of straight up underdog upsets this season. Although not every game below is a moneyline upset, there are enough for football handicappers to make a few dollars. When it comes to underdogs, a single upset SU victory can make the week. Check out 10 SU picks where either the underdog has a shot to win outright or the favorite offers fair NCAAF odds.
Unbeaten Colorado is one of the biggest surprises in the country, and the Buffs would win the Pac-12 South Division with a victory on Saturday vs. Utah and a loss by Southern Cal later Saturday vs. UCLA. Colorado is a slight favorite on the NCAAF odds vs. the Utes. Note: This game was moved from Friday night to early Saturday.
As always, the English Premier League has great soccer action on Saturday and Sunday. The top matchup is on December 12 when Man City and Man United hit the pitch. Check out analysis and a free pick for that match as well as eight other EPL matches on this Saturday and Sunday! Let’s jump right into action so you can go and place your bets against their English Premier League odds.
The NHL and NHL Players’ Association still haven’t finalized starting dates for the upcoming season, but it’s still fun to speculate which teams will host the Stanley Cup whenever the season does begin. Some sportsbooks, such as MyBookie, have already begun listing futures bets to win the 2021 Stanley Cup. Here, we’ll look at the favorites, contenders, dark horses, and underdogs to emerge as champions so you can start planning ahead your bets and place them against their Stanley Cup odds.
Barring cancelations and the like due to the coronavirus, the 49-game NBA preseason schedule begins Friday and runs through December 19. Each NBA team will play a minimum of two and a maximum of four games and every team will play at least one home game and one road game in the preseason. Again, though, COVID-19 may have a say in that. Mybookie will offer NBA odds on each game.