Bet of the Day: Liverpool to beat Leicester and both teams to score

Bet of the day

  Liverpool find themselves in a hugely advantageous position as they seek to win the league for the first time in 29 years. After Manchester City’s costly loss - a Gerrard-esque slip, you might call it - at Newcastle, the Reds are now four points clear in the title race with a game in hand. Even better news is that the game in question is against Leicester City, who began January b...

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OpenOdds’ Six Nations 2019 Preview

  The Six Nations always throws up a few questions among rugby fans in a certain part of Europe. Who will win the competition? Who will become Player of the Tournament? Which France team will turn up? To which the answers are, of course: “probably Ireland, probably Conor Murray and I don’t know, but most likely a bad one”. With the tournament getting underway this weekend, it’s t...

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Bet of the Day: Man City to win to nil at Newcastle in Premier League

Bet of the day

A midweek round of Premier League fixtures sees reigning champions Manchester City on the road and on TV at Newcastle United this Tuesday (kick-off 20:00 GMT). The transfer window has almost gone by without the relegation-threatened Magpies getting the squad reinforcements Rafa Benitez needs to be more competitive. Fresh from being dumped out of the FA Cup at home to Watford, the Toon...

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Bet of the Day: Brentford to beat Barnet & over 3.5 goals in FA Cup game

Bet of the day

Another London derby rounds off the FA Cup fourth round football action on Monday night (kick-off 19:45 GMT) as National League side Barnet host Championship club Brentford. This battle of the Bees could have a sting in the tail as far as the home team are concerned, because regular Barnet goalie Mark Cousins was sent off last time out. While caretaker Darren Currie has got the gig at...

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Bet of the Day: Arsenal to Beat Manchester United in FA Cup Thriller

Bet of the day

  Our Bet of the Day for Friday involves an FA Cup Fourth Round match between two clubs who dearly wish it were still the late 90s or early 00s. Arsenal and Manchester United, and the battle between the two, dominated English football between 1997 and 2004. These days, one or the other might take the fourth Champions League spot in the Premier League - and there is the chance of glo...

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Sky Bet Handicap Chase preview: Dingo Dollar fancied to cash in during Doncaster feature

Horse Racing

Doncaster hosts a quality card as a northern alternative to Cheltenham’s Festival Trials Day this Saturday, and the feature race is the Listed 3m Sky Bet Handicap Chase (15:15). Dingo Dollar heads the betting as a warm favourite now dropping back in trip and down in grade. Trained by Alan King, who saddled Ziga Boy to back-to-back successes of this in 2016 and 2017, the seven-year-old ha...

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Bet of the Day: Chelsea to Beat Spurs & Both Teams to Score in EFL Cup

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An injury crisis in attack for Tottenham has put their hopes of making the EFL Cup final in jeopardy despite holding a 1-0 aggregate advantage over fellow London outfit Chelsea going into their semi-final second leg on Thursday (kick-off 19::45 GMT). Mauricio Pochettino's men are without top scorer Harry Kane through injury and fellow forward Son Heung-Min who is on international footbal...

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Gowran Park Preview: Cheltenham Festival and Grand National clues through Thyestes Chase and Galmoy Hurdle

Horse Racing

A seven-race card at Gowran Park this Thursday is one of those key Irish jumps meetings for the spring festivals. This County Kilkenny course some 80 miles southwest of Dublin is where Presenting Percy makes his eagerly anticipated reappearance in the Grade 2 Galmoy Hurdle over 3m (13:50). While that might seem an unusual prep race for the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Ireland’s leading contender...

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Bet of the Day: Man City to Beat Burton by Four or More Goals in EFL Cup Semi Second Leg

Bet of the day

The EFL Cup semi-final tie between Burton Albion and Manchester City is to all intents and purposes already over even before the second leg kicks off on Wednesday (19:45 GMT). This is because Pep Guardiola’s Sky Blues put nine past the Brewers at the Etihad. There is clearly a huge gulf in class between the two sides and Nigel Clough’s plucky underdogs just can’t bridge it. Given City co...

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Cleeve Hurdle Preview: Young stayers out to prove Cheltenham Festival claims

Horse Racing

Two progressive, up-and-coming stayers head the betting for the Grade 2 Cleeve Hurdle over 3m at Cheltenham on Festival Trials Day this Saturday (15:35). Paisley Park brings Grade 1 form into what looks an exciting renewal for Wiltshire handler Emma Lavelle, but is challenged by Midnight Shadow, who represents the in-form Sue Smith. The former followed in the hoofprints of Sam Spinner by...

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Bet of the Day: Djokovic to Beat Nishikori 3-1 in Australian Open

Bet of the day

  With Roger Federer and Andy Murray both now gone from the field, just two of the game’s modern legends remain in contention for the Australian Open. After Rafael Nadal’s routine progression to the semi-finals, it’s now the turn of Novak Djokovic in a contest which could give the Serb more to think about than some bookmakers seem to think. After “Nole” was pushed hard in a 3-hour-p...

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OpenOdds’ NFL Round-Up and Super Bowl Preview

Bet of the day

  Welcome to OpenOdds’ NFL round-up and Super Bowl preview. With the Championship games out of the way, we now know that the showpiece event in Atlanta, GA. will be between Sean McVay’s exciting Los Angeles Rams and last season’s runner-up, the ever-present New England Patriots. Pats’ quarterback Tom Brady will take the field for his ninth Superbowl, while his opposite number Jared ...

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Bet of the Day: Baggies to Beat Struggling Bolton and Over 2.5 Goals in Game

Bet of the day

Sky Sports’ TV cameras shine the spotlight on Bolton Wanderers’ financial plight on Monday night (19:45), and the Trotters have a tough home game with Championship top scorers West Bromwich Albion. This was a Premier League fixture seven years ago and, while the Baggies are in with every chance of getting back into the top flight, Bolton are sliding in the opposite direction. Under a mou...

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Haydock Preview: Silver Streak, Mister Fisher and Le Breuil All Punts on Peter Marsh Day

Horse Racing

There are three other Grade 2 races on Peter Marsh Chase day at Haydock this Saturday, and the chief supporting race to the big limited handicap is the 2m Champion Hurdle Trial (14:40). Named in honour of four-time winner The New One this year, Silver Streak heads the betting and official figures as five line-up. Trained by Evan Williams, this six-year-old is the sole course and distance...

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Bet of the Day: Birmingham to Lead at HT, Norwich to Win in Championship

Bet of the day

Friday night’s Championship clash involves two sides still very much in the mix for promotion as third-placed hosts Norwich welcome Garry Monk’s improving Blues to Carrow Road. The hosts dropped out of the automatic promotion slots last weekend after a hard-fought draw at West Brom, and boss Daniel Farke will be hoping that by playing before everyone else this weekend they can place a bit o...

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Latest sports news and betting tips

Welcome to the OpenOdds home news sports resource. Here you will find all of the latest news, statistics and rumours about your favourite sport. From transfer gossip like when Tauti leaves Wigan, to interesting facts about how Wladimir Klitschko rescued himself, it’s all here. Plus we will even supply you with some great betting tips to help you land a winning bet. Take a look at what you can expect to find in our sports news resource.

  • Looking for today’s best sports bets for football, cricket, rugby union, boxing, tennis, cycling and more? Check out our Bet of the Day feature that will give you plenty of help with anything from Premier League football to Test Match cricket. As well as betting advice on each team’s past form, we’ll also point out the bookies with the best odds for anything from England vs Australia in the Cricket World Cup to the Women’s World Cup and the French Grand Prix. Just like everybody needs food & drink to make it through the day, good odds and tips and essential for profitable wagering.
  • Each major horse racing event will also receive plenty of coverage in our news section. Our tipsters will provide you with a wealth of expert knowledge on each runners’ past form, and give you a handy guide for the way that things could pan out.
  • It’s easy to get stuck in a rut with your betting strategies. But by checking out our Under The Saddle resource, you can get plenty of expert advice on some interesting horse racing betting options. A great way to boost your knowledge when wagering on the horses.
  • Need to catch up on the latest sports news without watching Sky Sports cricket or other premium sports networks? Be sure to read our weekly round-ups of all of the major sporting news on everything from the Women’s World Cup 2019 to darts and international rugby. We will let you know the health & fitness of your favourite sports stars so that you know who you should be backing. Plus we’ll tell you the latest sports business news in order to see how things like the Leicester Tigers sale could affect your wagering. The best way to make a better-informed sports bet.
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  • Sometimes the most interesting footballing action doesn’t even take place on the pitch. So we’ll be sure to keep you informed of when any interesting football and rugby transfer news like when Tautai leaves Wigan or managerial changes take place. Plus we’ll keep you informed about the health & fitness of the players who matter most, and let you know how boardroom decisions such as the Leicester Tigers sale could affect future sporting success.  In our player profiles, we’ll let you know all of the most interesting facts about the stars so that you know everything from what they do off the pitch to their food & drink preferences.  This way you’ll know what’s really going on in the beautiful game, plus you’ll really get to know how Wladimir Klitschko rescued himself.
  • We don’t just focus on UK and European sports like the Cricket World Cup 2019 in our home news sports resource. Everything from Super Bowl previews to insight into the NBA can be found here. The best way to know the top sporting news from across the pond. Plus we’ll let you know the latest tennis, cricket, rugby union, boxing, tennis, cycling and horse racing news from all over the world. Whilst you could always watch Sky Sports cricket to find out the latest action from Down Under, by checking in with OpenOdds you’ll know exactly what’s going on.
  • It’s easy to get too focused on the biggest names in sport. But our news section will also cover developments in the lower leagues too. Whether it’s a promising football team making it big in the FA Cup, or a rank outsider hitting above their weight in the Premier League Darts tournament, you’ll hear all about it here first. So if you are a fan of an aspiring rugby union, rugby league or football team, there’s plenty to discover right here.
  • Above all, our sports news resource promises to give you everything you need to know to stay up to date with the latest sporting developments. From the best betting odds for the weekend’s football, England vs Australia in the Cricket World Cup, the French Grand Prix, and the Women’s World Cup, to some long-range tips for next summer’s Test Match series, you’ll find it all at OpenOdds.