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Boylesports are running a feast of Money Back Specials for this weekend’s Premier League betting action. Of the ten Premier League matches which are kicking off this weekend, Boylesports are running Money Back Specials on four of them, so it is worth heading over to their promotions section and checking out this lot.

Newcastle v Arsenal

The weekend kicks off with action from St James Park and you will get money back as a free bet on select markets if Arsenal keeper Petr Cech makes five or more saves during the game.

Tottenham v Everton

You will get your money back as a free bet on select markets if Everton’s Romelu Lukaku (who netted a brace in his last away game) scores the first goal, or Tottenham’s Harry Kane nets the last goal of the game.

Southampton v Norwich

Will there be a bit of a testy affair down on the south coast on Sunday? If there are 6 or more yellow cards in the match then you will get your money back as a free bet.

Swansea v Manchester United

Another Sunday affair as the Red Devils head to the Liberty Stadium. Wayne Rooney hasn’t scored in nine Premier League matches now but he netted a Champions League hat trick in the week and if he nets the last goal of the game then you will get money back as a free bet!

All of the Boylesports Money Back Specials apply to First/Last/Anytime Goalscorer, Correct Score and Scorecast Markets only and the maximum refund is £25 per customer. Open an account with Boylesports and you can earn yourself up to £50 free bets as well!

28th August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions


It is Boylesports all the way again after the bookmaker suffered another huge payout. A punter from County Wexford smashed them for over a €10,000 win from a seven-team football accumulator. It was an incredible win from an incredible wager as all seven of the selections were actually on drawn outcomes of matches.

The lucky punter played the €2 accumulator on seven teams to draw their respective matches on Saturday and defied the huge odds of 5,154/1 to return a staggering €10,310.26.

The selections were Wolfsburg v FC Koln at 13/5, Norwich v Stoke at 23/10, Sunderland v Swansea at 23/10, Rayo Vallecano v Valencia at 5/2, Deportivo La Coruna v Real Sociedad at 9/4, Cracovia Krakow v Jagiellonia at 12/5 and Slask Wroclaw v Podbeskidzie at 12/5.

Aoife Heffron, PR Executive at BoyleSports, said: ‘We can’t take much more of these bashings, there has been around one large payout a day over the last week and should it continue

BoyleSports may be looking at closing up shop! We do want to congratulate the Wexford punter on their savvy selections and fantastic €10,310.26 winnings.

‘August has been a disastrous month for us, but a prosperous one for punters, so we will most certainly be glad to see the back of it. The majority of the recent large payouts have been for very little stakes which shows you don’t have to break the back to reap large rewards.’

24th August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News


Yes, that headline is correct. On Friday night a punter from County Wexford smashed bookmaker Boylesports for a whopping €157,000 win. It was another bad weekend for the bookmaker who also had to pay out over €10,000 to another Wexford punter who struck gold on a sevenfold football accumulator.

The massive horse racing win came from the last six horse races in Ireland and the UK on Friday evening. With all six selections coming up for the punter it returned what is probably going to be a life changing sum of money. The savvy winner, who has remained anonymous, played a total of a €180 stake across a €1 Lucky 63, 15 €1 Four Folds, 6 €1 Five Folds and a €3 Each Way Accumulator.

On top of that, the punter also had also played three single bets on three of the horses. The bet started off with After Rain winning the 8 p.m. at Killarney at 10/1 and was followed up by Airlie Beach winning the bumper at Kilbeggan under Patrick Mullins.

Brittleton won the 8.05 p.m. at Salisbury followed by three winners at Wolverhampton. Bosham won the 8.20 p.m. at 11/1, Bold Hennie won the 8.50 p.m. at 9/4 and the last leg of the bet was landed when Scurr Mist won the 9.20 p.m. with the punter taking advantage of the 2/1 early price with the horse returning at Evens.

The €3 each way accumulator netted the customer €50,364.28 with the total bet landing the punter an incredible €157,008.34 in total.

Liam Glynn, BoyleSports’ spokesperson said: ‘Hats off to the Wexford punter who bashed BoyleSports on Friday evening and no doubt they certainly will have a smile on their face for the foreseeable future.

‘There is no point crying over spilt milk and we at BoyleSports would like to congratulate the lucky punter on their savvy selections. August has seen the punters win big with BoyleSports and it’s fair to say that they hold a nice lead as September approaches.

24th August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News


Online betting site Boylesports have certainly been getting all creative with their Money Back Specials this season. There is another one fired up for Sunday’s West Brom v Chelsea fixture, which sees the Blues heading to the Hawthorns under some considerable pressure after having taken just a point from their opening two matches so far.

Chelsea have failed to win any of their last four visits to the Hawthorns and during last week’s defeat at Man City, captain John Terry was hauled off at half time, the first time the former England man has ever been substituted by Jose Mourinho. The Blues back line has shipped five goals already in their two games played so it will be interesting to see how Chelsea and Terry, respond.

Online betting site Boylesports will refund losing first goalscorer, anytime goalscorer, correct score and scorecast bets as a free bet up to £25 if Chelsea’s John Terry is booked at anytime against West Brom. Chelsea are 4/6 to win the game, with the draw at 14/5 and the Baggies (who have only taken one point as well this season but have yet to score a single goal) are at 5/1.

22nd August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting


If you are looking at betting on the Lotto then Boylesports looks to be the place to do it, if you are into superstitions like that. For the second time this week the bookmaker has had to pay out a huge windfall to a punter from a winning bet on lottery betting.

In Wednesday night’s Lotto, a punter from Ireland bet on numbers 16-25-35-42 with Boylesports and landed an incredible €13,502 (£9,644) from a €2 (£1.43) bet. That was defying odds of 6500/1 to land the cash.

Liam Glynn, BoyleSports’ spokesperson said: “The punters are certainly getting lucky with numbers this week as the latest winner follows on from a bashing in Tuesday night’s EuroMillions draw.”

He added “We would like to congratulate the Louth customer on their winnings and it’s fair to say that we will be happy to see the month of August come to an end as we have got a beating on Lottery payouts throughout the month.”

The win comes following a month which has seen over €7 million (£5 million) in Lotto winnings handed out to punters.

22nd August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News


How often are you ever going to hear someone celebrating a goal from the Liga Nacional? Exactly, that is the Guatemalan league by the way, but one online punter at Boylesports was elated with a goal in the league this week, as it helped them land a staggeringly huge bet.

The punter at online betting site Boylesports had thrown together a sixteen fold accumulator and it all boiled down to the outcome of the Liga Nacional match between Municipal and Universidad SC. The nail biting conclusion saw the punter scoop the huge windfall thanks to a 91st minute goal which saw Municipal overcome Universidad SC 3-2 in the Guatemalan league.

The late winner gave the BoyleSports’ punter a staggering €22,439.45 return from the 16 fold football acca which stretched across a number of leagues including Portugal’s Primeira Liga and France’s Ligue 1.

BoyleSports spokeswoman Aoife Heffron said: “With it neck and neck between Municipal and Universidad SC until the final minutes of the game we are sure this particular punter has no nails or fingers left.

“It really could have gone either way, but thankfully for the customer Municipal 91st minute goal ensured an astounding payout of €22,439.45.

She added “We wish them all the best when enjoying their winnings. This is the latest in a string of large accumulator payouts over the last number days so it is safe to say it’s punters 1 BoyleSports 0.”

The clever picks were all bets to win and included Benfica (3/10), PSG (1/9), San Lorenzo (2/7), Club Universidad de Chile (4/11), Gremio RS (4/11), Colo Colo (2/5), Municipal (2/5), CD Suchitepequez (4/11), Ludogorets Razgrad (1/7), FK Trakai (2/9), Rosenborg (2/7), KAA Gent (2/7), Rabotnicki (2/5), GrIFK (4/11), Red Star Belgrade (2/11), Trelleborgs (1/6).

18th August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News


A punter from Co. Clare landed themselves a big payout on the Euromillions over the weekend, causing bookmaker Boylesports their second big payout in two days. The punter, who has asked to remain anonymous, hit a fantastic €16K return from Boylesports with their four-number accumulator on the EuroMillions market.

Just on Friday, Boylesports had shelled out over €10K to a lucky Kildare punter, reaching deep into their pockets to pay out on a four dog accumulator on the Irish Greyhound Derby and then had to go back in the very next day to pay out the big win on the EuroMillions. Not the best weekend for the bookmaker then.

The winning EuroMillions bet consisted of the four numbers 9, 22, 27 and 36, and all that was played on it was a 50 cent stake. But that small sum went a very, very long way was as it was turned into a staggering €16,500.50 for the punter.

It’s always nice to see a punter beat the bookie, and this one brings around a reminder about the benefits of betting on the EuroMillions as opposed to actually playing the lottery itself. All four numbers were drawn in the EuroMillions Plus draw and would have returned just €2,000 had it been placed with the National Lottery.

Aoife Heffron, PR Executive at BoyleSports, commented “This is the second large payout on accumulator we have had in two days so we are really starting to feel the sting. We want to offer our sincere congratulations to the Clare punter on their amazing €16,500.50 win for the next to nothing stake of just 50c.”

She added “It is windfalls like this that show how little stakes can return massive rewards and with the punter looking at just a €2,000 win if they had went the traditional route, it highlights the benefit of placing your lucky lotto numbers on in your local BoyleSports shop.”

17th August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News

Premier League Betting

Liverpool v Bournemouth Betting Preview

The Reds will be looking to build on the narrow victory which they picked up at Stoke last weekend. A brilliant Coutinho strike gave the Reds the three points a few minutes from time, just when it looked as if the game would peter out to a 0-0. Bournemouth failed to find the back of the net as they lost 1-0 at home against Aston Villa deposit their positive approach in the game. They now face a long trip to Anfield to try and get at least a point on the board for the season.

Online betting site Boylesports have a Money Back Special promotion running for your Liverpool v Bournemouth betting. If new Liverpool striker Christian Benteke scores the last goal of the game, then Boylesports will refund all losing First Goalscorer, Last Goalscorer, Anytime Goalscorer, Correct Score and Scorecast bets as a free bet up to the value of £25. New customers registering an account with Boylesports can earn £50 worth of free bets.

Liverpool v Bournemouth Betting Tips

Monday night will see the first ever league fixture contested between Liverpool and Bournemouth. There have been just the six previous cup clashes between the two sides and from those half dozen match ups, the Reds have remained unbeaten with a W4 D2 record. Only two of those six meetings have been hosted at Anfield, where Liverpool have won both of those encounters by a 4-1 scoreline. That’s a massive 22/1 shot if you want to back that happening again. Those two meetings at Anfield came in 1927 and 1968 so nothing currently relevant.

Liverpool took three points from their opening match of the season, beating Stoke 1-0 at the Britannia thanks to an outstanding late strike by Coutinho. Other than that they didn’t really look like winning the match too much, having just four attempts at goal (including blocked) a tally which was fewer than any other team in the top flight managed last season. Unusually Liverpool played a lot of long balls in the match, trying to get Benteke in. He is a 4/5 anytime goalscorer quote with Boylesports for the game, with Danny Ings, Divock Origi and Firmino all around the 5/4 mark. The Reds did look light up front against Stoke and this one to go under 2.5 goals is trading at even money.

Bournemouth will have been a bit disappointed with their 1-0 loss at home against Aston Villa last weekend. They have the chances to bank the three points themselves, but that is what learning about life in the top flight is about, you have to take chances. In last season’s Championship, Bournemouth posted the best away record of all clubs, with Callum Wilson scoring 12 goals in 23 away appearances for them. Wilson is a 7/2 anytime goalscorer poke for Monday night’s game at Anfield, with Yann Kermorgant at 4/1. Bournemouth are probably still going to need some time to settle into the Premier League before winning matches like this on the road against a top six club.

Liverpool v Bournemouth Betting Odds

Liverpool 9/20, Draw 15/4, Bournemouth 7/1

Liverpool v Bournemouth Predictions

There’s a lot to enjoy about Bournemouth, they like their width and they play with a positive frame of mind. It’s a big ask for them to head to Anfield and come away with a win. They need to learn how to win in the top flight first, but this one is likely to evade them, but it could be a low-scoring match though.

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16th August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Free Bets & Promotions

Boylesports have to be commended for coming up with the funniest Money Back Special offer of the weekend. Chelsea’s Jose Mourinho has been under fire this week for his treatment of his medical staff, after they ran onto the pitch (unnecessarily in Mourinho’s opinion) to treat Eden Hazard near the end of their opening 2-2 draw with Swansea.

Poor Eden Hazard unwittingly sparked a week of turmoil at the club and online betting site Boylesports have come up with a promotion which has a cheeky poke at the club. Chelsea head to the Etihad on Sunday afternoon to face Manchester City in an early season clash between two off the Premier League title favourites.

Boylesports customers can get their money back as a free bet on select markets if Eden Hazard receives treatment at any time during the match!

Chelsea Eden Hazard

The markets covered in the Boylesports Man City v Chelsea Money Back Special are pre-match wagers placed on the First/Last/Anytime Goalscorer, Correct Score and Scorecast markets.  

Player must receive treatment by medical staff and leave the pitch afterwards (can return) to qualify to trigger the promotion in the Man City v Chelsea match on Sunday. The maximum free bet refund value is £25.

Boylesports are also running Money Back Specials on other Premier League matches this weekend You can get money back on select markets in the following matches:

Southampton v Everton – If Romelu Lukaku or Graziano Pelle scores the last goal

Crystal Palace v Arsenal - If Crystal Palace lead the match at anytime

Liverpool v Bournemouth – If Christian Benteke scores the last goal

Open a new account with online betting site Boylesports and you can earn £50 worth of free bets as a new customer.

14th August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions


Friday night will see a rare Premier League match up, but will it produce a rare win for Aston Villa over the Red Devils as well? The Villans have won just one of the last 39 Premier League matches against the Old Trafford outfit and are winless in their last 20 home matches against the Red Devils.

It all points to an away victory for Manchester United at a price of 4/6, but Villa surprised many on the opening weekend by taking a 1-0 victory away at Bournemouth. So will Tim Sherwood’s men be able to cause an upset, or at least hang on for a point? Villa are out at 5/1 to win the match, with the draw at 14/5.

If Aston Villa lead anytime against Manchester United on Friday night, then Boylesports will refund all losing first/last/anytime goalscorer, correct score, and scorecast bets as a free bet up the value of £25. New customers registering an account can also earn themselves a £50 free bet as a welcome bonus.

13th August 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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