Betting Events

Gennady Golovkin v Saul Alvarez Betting Preview

Back in September, these two great fighters stepped into the ring to battle it out for unified middleweight titles. The bout was billed as ‘Supremacy’ but neither Gennady Golovkin nor Saul Alvarez dominated the night with the fight ending in a contentious draw.

In May, both men have the chance to put that behind them in a much-anticipated rematch which is set to be one of the most notable sporting events of 2018 so far. There’s plenty at stake and naturally it’s also going to be a big night for the boxing community too.

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US Masters Betting: Tiger Burning Brightly Ahead of Golf’s First Major

Dustin Johnson and Justin Thomas have already secured wins stateside but the big news in March sees a return to form for the former World Number One Tiger Woods. After coming close to a comeback win in the Valspar Championship, could Tiger finally overcome years of injury and personal issues to make an overdue addition to his list of 14 major trophies?

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Rugby Super League 2018 Odds

Super League

Super League is back with the first set of games starting on Thursday February 1st in what should herald a long, gruelling and highly entertaining season. With live coverage of 100 games promised by Sky TV in the UK, the sport is more accessible than ever although there’s nothing like attending in person and soaking up all the atmosphere for yourself.

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BDO World Darts Championship 2018

While the first ever BDO World Darts Championship was first held way back in 1978, the notorious split in the game 15 years later has taken some of the gloss away from this event. The PDC alternative may have the bigger prize money and the better players, but the BDO World’s attracts a competitive entry and there will be some thrilling darts to look forward to at the start of 2018.

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United States Grand Prix: Hamilton Closing in on Another Title

As we head towards the United States Grand Prix this weekend, some quality driving from Hamilton, coupled with some questionable decisions from the German look to have ended that particular duel. The Englishman’s lead now stands at 59 points but while there may be little point in betting in that particular market, the US GP gives us lots of options.

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