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The founder of Boylesports, John Boyle has announced that the bookmaker remains “committed” to Ireland, despite having opted to relocate some of its operations to Gibraltar.

A move has been in the works for a while, as Boylesports are following the suit of most major bookmakers by heading to the British Overseas Territory, a place which has become a hub for online gaming operators.

Boylesports, who are set to move their remote operations from a site in Dundalk, confirmed that “one or two” of their staff will relocate to Gibraltar as part of the move. In addition, a number of employees will be deployed while a “very small number” will be made redundant.

“’Boylesports is 100% committed to Dundalk,” Boyle announced this week. “As a growing international company, we can make changes that have an effect on headquarters.

“We remain completely committed to Dundalk, I can’t imagine it being otherwise.

Boylesports is a growing company and overall numbers are larger in Dundalk and it is expected that there will be around 20 people employed in Gibraltar.”

A Boylesports spokesperson added: “There is not going to be a large effect in Dundalk as a result of this move. There will be no effect on operations.”

17th December 2014 / Lee - Category: Bookmaker News

Premier League Betting

Everton v QPR Betting Preview

Monday night’s Premier League action comes from Goodison Park and most punters will be expecting a home win out of the affair. With QPR picking up a 100% failure record on the road in the top flight so far this season, Everton will be eying up some valuable points to try and claw their way into the top half of the table.

The Everton forwards will be expected to deliver in this one and there is a good opportunity to double your first goalscorer earnings at online bookmaker Boylesports. If your winning first goalscorer selection scores the first goal of the game in the first twenty minutes, then Boylesports will double your original first goalscorer odds! This great bonus applies to all Premier League matches this season.

Everton v QPR Betting Tips

The Toffees really need a domestic league boost and they should be able to get one here. Everton have managed just one win in their last six Premier League matches, having won just six points from those half a dozen games (W1 D3 L2). It is not as if they have had a tough fixture list during that run either, other than a game at Manchester City last weekend, where the Toffees put in a spirited display but lost 1-0. The problem for them has been the lack of ability to punish sides going forward and in only one of their last six have they managed to score more than one goal in a game. That was in a 2-1 home win over West Ham.

Everton have won just two of their last eight Premier League games at Goodison Park (W2 D3 L3). They have made more errors leading directly to goals than any other team in the top division this season (8) and until that stamp that out again, they look as if they are going to struggle to put wins on the board. Romelu Lukaku has scored in his last four Premier League starts at Goodison Park and on three of those occasions it was the first goal of the game. Worth a look at him for a price of 3/1 in the First Goalscorer market, because QPR aren’t exactly bringing a tight defence to Goodison.

So QPR have lost all seven Premier League away games this season, scoring just two goals. It has been an awful show of things on the road for them this season, but they are least a point outside of the relegation zone, but that is all down to their good home form. QPR have shipped seventeen goals in their seven away games this season and have put up a total of five away games in which they have failed to score. Bad news for them for this one, is that Charlie Austin, who has scored half of QPR’s 16 league goals this season is suspended for this one. At the back, Rob Green has been forced into a save on average every 23 minutes which is a more regular rate than any other shot-stopper this season.

Everton v QPR Betting Odds

Everton 9/20, Draw 7/2, QPR 15/2

Everton v QPR Predictions

Rangers haven’t managed a win on the road so far this season and seeing them grab one at Goodison Park on Monday doesn’t look very likely. Even though Everton are struggling to find ways to win, there will be a big inquiry if they fail to pick one up here. Worth pushing the boat for Everton to win to nil at a price of 7/5 with online betting site Boylesports.

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13th December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting


The mobile betting industry is growing all the time and there is a great enhanced odds offer running at online bookmaker Boylesports this weekend, so get your mobile out an enjoy some big odds.

New customers who register with a mobile device through a special link found here to get the Boylesports enhanced odds, can get massively enhanced odds from 8/11 to 5/1 on both teams to score in the big Manchester United v Liverpool betting event on Sunday.

So after registering you new account with Boylesports, place your first bet on the account (maximum of £10) on the enhanced odds for Man Utd v Liverpool both teams to score at 5/1

In the event of a winning bet, the stake will be returned as cash and winnings will be paid as a free bet. But there is even better news because if that first bet on the enhancement loses, then Boylesports will refund the £10 stake as a free bet!

12th December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Bookmaker News

There is a change afoot, albeit a subtle one from Irish bookmaker Boylesports, who have launched their new mobile, tablet and desktop websites as BoyleSports.

There is a redesigned logo at the head of their relaunch, which now capitalises the first ‘s’ in BoyleSports. Along  with the rebranding, there is also and a raft of new products to kick-start a marketing campaign which will see the Irish bookmaker target the UK market through a series of TV adverts in 2015.

BoyleSports’ owner John Boyle and jockey Barry Geraghty announced the launch in Dublin this week, and the rebranding will be backed by a multi-channel marketing campaign, starting in Ireland this weekend ahead of a planned UK push next year.

The operator has called upon Dublin-based media company RTÉ AdLab to devise a series of television adverts while a social media campaign has been launched alongside the tagline #BetOnBoyle.

BoyleSports commercial director Brendan Hughes said the operator’s UK campaign would focus on its mobile proposition and lead into next season’s Premier League football season and the 2015 Rugby Union World Cup.

“Almost 50% of our online business comes from the UK market while mobile has increased significantly of late, so we will adopt a mobile-focused strategy in the UK market,” Hughes said.

According to Hughes, the rebrand was about the positioning the operator as a bookmaker for bettors that are “serious and well informed about sports” rather than any aesthetical changes.

“We have re-launched the brand and, while it’s still BoyleSports, we have sharpened the image and redesigned the logo but it’s mainly about getting the branding out there,” Hughes said.

“A lot of people ask what BoyleSports is all about and the message is that if you are someone who is serious and well informed about sports then BoyleSports is a bookmaker you can bet on,” he added.

News of the rebrand comes shortly after the operator announced it was to open an online operational hub in Gibraltar and Hughes said the company was still talking to employees at its Dundalk and London offices about the possibility of relocating to the Rock.

The operator is expected to open a 20-strong office in Gibraltar’s Ocean Village and is currently on the look-out for a new chief marketing officer after London-based James Arnold decided against a move.

The relocation has seen the company place its London office under review, little more than a year after first opening the marketing-focused base.

12th December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News

Sports Betting

There is a big event on the PGA Tour of Australia this week at the RACV Royal Pines Resort, where the Australian PGA Tour Championship tees off. The star attraction in the field is home grown talent Adam Scott who is overwhelming favourite at an extremely short quote of 2/1 to walk away with the title.

Adam Scott is the reigning Champion after his success at Royal Pines last season season. Australia’s Marc Leishman, in what will be his only appearance of the Australian summer of golf, is running as second favourite in the field at a quote of 8/1 with online betting site Boylesports. Leishman is Australia’s third highest ranked player and is looking for a successful return to the Gold Coast. Leishman posted five top five finishes on the PGA Tour, which included a T5 at The Open Championship.

Boo Weekley, Brendon de Jonge and John Senden will add some serious international challenges to the field, which should produce a fantastic week of competitions. De Jonge had a couple of two ten finishes on the PGA Tour and made 24 of 31 cuts and he posted up a course record at the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow this year.

Scott Stallings is also putting in an appearance at the Australian PGA Tour Championships, who was a winner of the Farmers Insurance Open back in January. Senden and De Jonge can be taken around a quote of 20/1 at Boylesports, with Boo Weekley out at 25/1 and Stallings out at 40/1 amongst a clutch of other players.

Place a wager on the outright winner market for Alfred Dunhill Championship golf betting and if your player finished second or third at the event, the online bookmaker Boylesports will refund your lost stake as a free bet for you. New customers registering an account with Boylesports can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus.


10th December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Sports Betting

The Alfred Dunhill Championship golf betting action tees off this week at Leopard Creek, the second tournament of the new European PGA Tour season. Most of the focus will be on former Masters champion Charl Schwartzel this week as he heads out to try and win the tournament for the third season on the bounce.

He blitzed the field in the 2013 season, winning by an astronomical 12 shots and then stepped out to successfully defend the title by a four stroke victory. Schwartzel does have further history and affinity with the tournament because this is where he made his maiden European Tour Title victory back in 2005. With a solid 14th finish at the Nedbank Golf Challenge last week, Schwartzel’s is running as 6/1 favourite at online betting site Boylesports.

Heading up the card is fellow South African Louis Oosthuizen who is second favourite at Leopard Creek, which is famous for the wild animals that roam around the course. Oosthuizen put in a solid start to the new season at the Gary Player Country Club last week by finishing with a tie for 7th and makes decent value this week in Alfred Dunhill Championship golf betting for a price of 8/1 behind Schwartzel.

For the first time this season at the event, the graduates of the Qualifying School and the Challenge Tour to test their mettle at golf’s highest level. 21 players in South Africa this week who gained their European Tour playing privileges at the six-round Q-School Final will be in attendance, along with 11 of the 15 Challenge Tour graduates.

Place a wager on the outright winner market for Alfred Dunhill Championship golf betting and if your player finished second or third at the event, the online bookmaker Boylesports will refund your lost stake as a free bet for you. New customers registering an account with Boylesports can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus.

10th December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Champions League

Chelsea v Sporting Lisbon Betting Preview

Jose Mourinho’s men have already won their group and are heading to the round of sixteen. The only thing at stake in this clash at Stamford Bridge, is for Sporting, who need to pick up a point to guarantee that they will be joining Chelsea in the knockout stage. How will Chelsea respond to their first defeat of the season on the weekend, a Premier League loss at Newcastle?

You can double your first goalscorer odds at online bookmaker Boylesports in all Champions League matches which involve English teams. Back a winning first goalscorer bet in any such fixture with Boylesports and if your selection has netted the opener in the first twenty minutes of action, then the bookmaker will double your original first goalscorer odds for you. New customers can pick up a free £25 bet bonus when registering as well!

Chelsea v Sporting Lisbon Betting Tips

Chelsea are the only one of the four English sides heading into match day six of the Champions League with no drama surrounding them. While Liverpool, Arsenal and Man City are all playing for big rewards, Chelsea have already won their group ahead of their final fixture, having booked three wins and two draws so far. They went to Portugal to face Sporting on match day two and the Premier League outfit came away with a 1-0 victory in a lack lustre match, thanks to a goal from Nemanja Matic. At Stamford Bridge in the group stage so far this season, Chelsea opened with a 1-1 draw against Schalke before running riot in a 6-0 win over Maribor. That has left them going into match day six four points clear of second placed Sporting.

Chelsea have won their last seven games in a row against Portuguese opposition, and each of those seven victories from the Premier League outfit have all been by a one goal margin. With Chelsea not having anything to play for in this one, it is worth having a shot at the 5/2 odds on Chelsea to win by a one goal margin too at online bookmaker Boylesports. This is the 9th time in their last 12 campaigns that Chelsea have won their group. It is a chance for Mourinho to shuffle is starting eleven a bit, not something he does often, but there could be value in Didier Drogba or Loic Remy in the anytime goalscorer market who are both 11/8 quotes in the anytime goalscorer market.

When Chelsea took that 1-0 win in Lisbon on match day two, the Blues put an end to Sporting’s 16 match unbeaten home run in Europe. The Lisbon outfit responded well from that taking home wins over Schalke and Maribor to get themselves into qualification contention. But on the road, they have lost three and drawn one of their last four games in England. Their overall record from 20 games against English opposition reads W9 D3 L8 (W2 D2 L6 in England). Sporting have only managed to win one of their last 17 European away games, which was at FC Zurich back in the 2011/12 campaign. Since then, they have posted W1 D6 L10 in away games, and of their last seven group away games, six have been lost and one drawn.

Chelsea v Sporting Lisbon Betting Odds

Chelsea 4/6, Draw 14/5, Sporting 4/1

Chelsea v Sporting Lisbon Predictions

Sporting haven’t taken a win on the road in the group stage so far, and tough to see them getting out of this one. They only need a point, so may park the bus a bit in the game and hope Chelsea have zero interest in the game. The most interesting thing about this game is seeing how Chelsea respond to having lost their first game of the season on the weekend. Will they atone for that defeat on Tyneside? Still worth backing the Blues to win outright.

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8th December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Champions League

Champions League

Arsenal v Galatasaray Betting Preview

The Gunners head to Istanbul on Tuesday night looking to secure three points which could potentially see them win Group D in the UEFA Champions League. Their fortunes still rest on whatever leaders Borussia Dortmund do in their game against Anderlecht. But Arsenal have to be focused and push for the win and their record in Turkey suggest that Arsene Wenger’s can deliver the goods.

Online betting site Boylesports run their great First Goalscorer Double Odds promotion on all Champions League matches involving English teams. Back a successful First Goalscorer in the match and if the player does open the scoring inside the first twenty minutes of the game, then Boylesports will pay you out double your original odds. The maximum stake for this offer is £50. New customers registering an account with Boylesports can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus too.

Arsenal v Galatasaray Betting Tips

So it is a Tuesday night in Turkey for Arsenal and how comfortable they were when they hosted Galatasaray in North London earlier in the group stage, they should be able to put a routine win on the board. A hat trick from Danny Welbeck helped sink Galatasaray in a 4-1 win for the Premier League side, with Alexis Sanchez getting in on the scoring action too. Sanchez has eleven goals in his last 13 matches for club and country, and both he and Welbeck can be taken at a price of 5/4 in the anytime goalscorer market for this game. The Gunners have never lost in 90 minutes against a Turkish side, so no reason to push for a home win in this one.

Arsenal have only suffered one defeat against a Turkish side and that was through a penalty shoot out in the 2000 UEFA Cup Final when Galatasaray beaten them 4-1 after a 0-0 draw over 120 minutes of play. Arsenal’s 4-1 win over Galatasaray on match day two in this season’s Champions League group stage, was only the second time in ten previous match ups against Turkish supposition, that the Gunners had conceded a goal. Arsenal’s record is W6 D4 L0 against Turkish sides and out in Istanbul it is W2 D2. Arsenal have been consistent enough in Europe (more so than on the domestic front) this season, to expect them to get the job done on Tuesday night, and are at the very least, value to avoid defeat. The Gunners would need to win by a six goal margin to win the group if Dortmund draw their group game. If the Germans lose against Anderlecht, then Gunners have to take all three points.

Galatasaray lost against Belgian outfit Anderlecht on match day five, which was their fourth straight defeat in Group D. They head into match day six with just one point on the board. So they are out of contention in the group, both to qualify for the next round and to even finish third and make it to the Europa League. So that could play into Arsenal’s hands, because they aren’t likely to bust a gut in this one. Galatasaray hosted Premier League opposition in Chelsea in last season’s Champions League group stage and took a 1-1 draw, which means that they remain undefeated in their last five home games against English opposition (W3 D2).

Galatasaray do actually have a decent home record against Premier League sides of W3 D4 L2; overall it is W3 D8 L9. But they haven’t been at the races this season, looking below their usually scrappy and battling best. In their other two home games, they needed an injury time equaliser to snatch a point against Anderlecht, and then Borussia Dortmund rolled into town and crushed them 4-0. Overall, Galaratray are winless in their last seven matches played (home and away) in Europe and don’t look to be a big threat to the Gunners.

Arsenal v Galatasaray Betting Odds

Arsenal 6/5, Galatasaray 2/1, Draw 5/2

Arsenal v Galatasaray Predictions

The Gunners should get chances considering that the Turks have shipped a whopping 15 goals in the group stage so far. It should just take a moment of magic from someone like Alexis Sanchez to settle this. It’s not likely to be a high scoring game, but there is decent looking value in Arsenal taking the three points which they need from the match.

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7th December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Champions League


Monday night’s action in the Premier League this weekend comes from St Mary’s in Southampton v Manchester United betting. The big clash on the south coast will be between two sides looking to lay down a firm challenge for a top four finish this season.

While Manchester United haven’t had a great season on the road, having picked up just one away victory and a paltry six points on their league travels this season, the Red Devils do have big firepower to call upon in the form of Radamel Falcao, Wayne ROoney and Robin van Persie.

RVP has scored five goals in six Barclays Premier League games against Southampton, while Rooney has scored five goals in five starts against the Saints. So there does appear to be goals on the cards for Louis van Gaal’s men, even against Southampton’s good defence.

The Saints, with back to back defeats against Manchester City and Arsenal, have seen their excellent form this season come unravelled. Still, they are a good home side and while their success has been built on a tremendous defence, they also have produced the goods going forward and should be able to find some way through United’s shaky defence on the road.

Pick up enhanced odds from 4/6 to 5/1 on Southampton v Manchester United Both teams to score.

Register a new account with Boylesports through this link and place your bet up £10 on the 5/1 enhanced odds offer. If both teams score, you will be paid out your winnings at the regular odds, and win £50 in free bets plus £10 stake in cash.

There is a superb extra layer to the enhanced odds at Boylesports for this new account promotion. If the bet loses then £10 stake will be refunded as free bet, within 24 hours


5th December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Sports Betting

Online betting site Boylesports are running their usual golf betting coverage for this week’s action at the Nedbank Golf Challenge. There is a strong field at the Gary Player CC in Sun City, South Africa this week, and it is the first event on the 2015 Tour. Thomas Bjorn is out defending champion this week, looking to play off the memories of twelve months ago, and he is a up as a 25/1 shot this week at Boylesports.

Jamie Donaldson and home grown talent Louis Oosthuizen are 9/1 joint favourites for this week’s action, with strong challenges expected to come in from Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer who are 10/1 and 12/1 respectively.

Back a player in the outright market for the Nedbank Golf Challenge and if your selection finishes 2nd, including ties, then bookmaker Boylesports will refund your lost stake as a free bet up to the maximum of £50. New customers registering an account with online bookamker Boylesports can get up to a free

Nedbank Golf Challenge Betting Odds

Jamie Donaldson 9/1, Louis Oosthuizen 9/1, Lee Westwood 10/1, Martin Kaymer 12/1, Charl Schwartzel 14/1, Brooks Koepka 16/1, Tim Clark 18/1, Shane Lowry 18/1, Alexander Levy 18/1, bar 20/1

3rd December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

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