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The win at Hoylake by McIlroy to earn his first Claret Jug and Open Championship title, has had further reaching implications for bettors. There has been a flood of money come in for the Northern Ireland star ahead of the US PGA Championship, the fourth and final major of the year.

McIlroy is running as 6/1 favourite at Boylesports to land the US PGA for the second time in his career, after his immense wire to wire victory at the Open.

As well as being the friend of the punters, the heavily backed McIlroy is being the spotlight of the Sports Personality of the Year award betting as well now. Online betting site Boylesports have put McIlroy as 4/5 odds on favourite (from 11/10) to win the 2014 SPOTY award at the end of the year, and the biggest challenger is likely to be Lewis Hamilton if the British driver can edge out Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg in the F1 title race.

But as a result of his Open Championship victory, Boylesports have opened up some other markets for Rory McIlroy, including an option of 16/1 that he will get back together with is former girlfriend, WTA star Caroline Wozniacki before the end of 2014.

On the more serious front of his future golf achievements, Boylesports have priced McIlroy at 6/4 to win a Major in 2015, and put him as a 200/1 shot to win all 4 Majors next year.

Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said: “Rory McIlroy put in a tremendous performance to win The Open championship and has been installed at 6/4 to win a Major in 2015.”

He added “McIlroy is now odds on at 4/5 to win the 2014 SPORT award whilst he’s 16/1 to reunite with former girlfriend Caroline Wozniacki before the end of 2014.”

24th July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News

Football Betting

Online betting site Boylesports haven’t put a lot of stock in Southampton’s new striker Graziano Pelle. The Saints brought in the Italian, 29, from Feyenoord to start making up for the loss of Rickie Lambert as well as Adam Lallana to Liverpool. So they have a bit of cash to spend, having already spent some on attacking midfielder Dusan Tadic, and new Saints boss Ronald Koeman has now brought in a big replacement man to lead the line.

Under Koeman at Feyenoord, Pelle scored a remarkable 55 goals in 66 matches for the Dutch Club. Described as a tall, quick striker, has been priced up as nothing more than in the clutch of 66/1 bar price bracket in the Premier League top scorer market for the new season by Boylesports.

It doesn’t say a lot about Pelle as his new teammate Jay Rodriguez is trading at 50/1 to finish the top gun in 2014/15, and that is despite the fact that Rodriguez could miss a large chunk of the season as he continues his rehabilitation from a cruciate knee ligament injury.

Boylesports top Premier League scorer 2014/15: Sergio Aguero 4/1, Robin Van Persie 9/2, Diego Costa 6/1, Daniel Sturridge 6/1, Wayne Rooney 14/1, Alexis Sanchez 14/1, Olivier Giroud 16/1.

24th July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Football Betting

The transfer of James Rodriguez to Real Madrid has been the big signing of the summer. The move from Monaco for the Colombia has cost the Spanish champions around £70 million, making Rodriguez the fourth most expensive player of all time.

Online betting site Boylesports have posted odds of 13/8 on Rodriguez to outscore Gareth Bale during the 2014/15 La Liga season. There is going to be a lot of expectation on the youngster, who won goal of the tournament and the Golden Boot at the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Rodriguez is an 80/1 shot with online betting site Boylesports to actually finish the season at the league’s top scorer (having to compete with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi) and the bookmaker has put the Colombian forward at 13/8 to score more goals in the league than former Spurs man Gareth Bale (4/9).

There is some top quality, intense action coming from the Copa America next year in Chile, and the Irish bookmaker are offering 33/1 double that it is Colombia, who were so impressive at Brazil 2014, who will win the tournament and Real Madrid will win the 2014/15 La Liga.

Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said: “As expected Real Madrid have snatched up World Cup Top Goalscorer, James Rodriguez and no doubt he is set to be vital cog in a goal-scoring machine at Real Madrid this coming season.”

He added “Rodriguez is 13/8 to score more goals than his teammate Gareth Bale (4/9) in the 2014/15 La Liga season.”

24th July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting


The European Tour heads off to Russia this week, in a tournament which hasn’t attracted a particularly strong field. That’s not surprising coming off the back of The Open really, when most of the top players take a break. Still, the upshot of it all is that someone has to win and there is money to be made on the event in picking out a winn.

With Rikard Karlberg and Scott Jamieson running as 16/1 joint favourites, that just about sums up how much value there is floating around in the field. It does appear to be the kind of field where you can look further down the list and gun for a bit of a wildcard long shot. The prices that make up the Russian Open golf market certainly warrant it.

Take a punt on the outright winner market of the Russian Open at Boylesports and if your backed selection finished second or third (which does include ties) then the bookmaker will refund your lost stake as a free bet up to £100. New customers registering an account with Boylesports can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus too.

This fantastic offer also applies to the PGA Tour’s Canadian Open which tees off in Montreal this week. There are a lot of familiar names heading up the outright market in North America this week, from Dustin Johnson and Jim Furyk to Luke Donald and Graeme McDowell.

23rd July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions


Here comes Justin Rose. The 33 year old looks to be the hot ticket heading into the Open Championship golf betting this week. The Englishman doesn’t have a particularly great record at the Open. He burst onto the scene back in 1998 as an amatur and secured an incredible fourth place finish. In five of his starts since that remarkable debut, he has missed the cut and has been out of contention at the halfway stage at the last two outings.

But Rose is on fire right now. He has won his last two tournaments, including a victory on the links last week at the Scottish Open. This is the Major that he wants, and should he go all the way this week it would be the second, adding to his US Open title in 2013. Boylesports have great looking value odds of 14/1 on Rose to win the 2014 Open, having overtaken Rory McIlroy as outright favourite in the market.

He seems pretty determined to get it right this time. The form that he is carrying into the tournament is a play-off win at Congressional in the Quicken Loans National, and then the victory at Royal Aberdeen last week. The Royal Liverpool course, which has a relatively forgiving nature, is one for shot makers and Rose, being a bold player, can take full advantage of that.

You can’t argue with his form right now and that has naturally led punters to back Rose pretty heavily for success on the weekend. He is running as favourite now ahead of Adam Scott, Henrik Stenson and Rory McIlroy who are all at 16/1 to land the prize. It would be a massively remarkable third win on the bounce for him and what a way to land a hattrick.

Online betting site Boylesports have a good golf betting promotion running for the Open. If your selection in the outright market finishes 2nd or 3rd in The Open Championship, (including ties), then the bookmaker will refund the lost stakes as a free bet up to the value of £100.


16th July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting


With a confirmed deal between Liverpool and Barcelona for the sale of Luis Suarez, naturally the bookmakers were sparked into life to offer some interesting markets. The sale of Suarez will add around £75 million to Liverpool’s spending coffers over the summer, but they will probably be happy to get the striker off their books, because controversy just seems to follow him everywhere.

His latest of course was the bite on the shoulder of Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini, which resulted in a four month ban for Suarez from all footballing activities. That didn’t prevent a move to Barcelona from happening though, although he won’t be able to train or even go to the Nou Camp before his ban is up. Suarez was banned for a bite on Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic back in April of 2013.

You can add in the controversy between him and Manchester United’s Patrice Evra, a controversial FA Cup handball against Mansfield and making gestures at the Fulham faithful, then the departure of the 2013/14 Premier League Golden Boot winner won’t be met with much sadness on Merseyside.

Barcelona now have to deal with him and they are hoping to get his ban reduced as well. Suarez will form a deadly attack alongside Neymar and Lionel Messi at the Nou Camp. Online betting site Boylesports offered odds of 14/1 that Suarez would be banned for biting in La Liga next season. During the World Cup, a punter in Norway won 2,000 Euros after backing Suarez to bite during the 2014 World Cup.

Sky Bet are offering odds of 3/1 on Liverpool and Barcelona to meet at any stage during next season’s Champions League, and 9/2 that they will be drawn against each other in the group stage. You can also fetch odds of 11/2 on Suarez scoring against Liverpool next season. Barcelona themselves are running as second favourites at 6/5 to win La Liga next season, behind of course, Real Madrid at even money.

Just when Suarez’s debut for Barcelona will be, remains a mystery, but Sky Bet are offering odds of 8/11 on him to score on his debut with the Catalans, and a long shot of 12/1 that his debut will be an El Clasico match.

13th July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News


John Deere Classic golf betting this week can be enhanced with some great coverage on offer from online betting site Boylesports. If your backed selection in the outright winner market finishes second in the tournament (including ties) then you will get your lost stake refunded as a free bet. New customers registering an account with Boylesports can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus.

Previous winners Steve Stricker, Zach Johnson and defending champion Jordan Spieth are all back in attendance this year. The last two victories at the tournament have come by a play off so expect a closer ran thing here. This is the scene of Spieth’s only PGA Tour victory so far as he saw off David Hearn and Zach Johnson in a three way play off twelve months ago.

With Johson coming so close to a title defence at the Deere Run last season, he is looking full of value for punters this week. His stole title of the year came at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions back at the start of January, in which he won by one stroke over Spieth. So there could be another great battle on the cards between the two.

Stricker will have plenty of backing in the market as the three time winner steps out at one of his favourite courses. Sticker won the tournament three times on the bounce between 2009 and 2011 and is running at 11/1 joint favourite with Jordan Spieth, and Johnson running in at 14/1.

Three top challengers there in the field and it is going to be worth covering yourself as well in the top ten or place markets. With the British Open coming up next week, it is a good chance to get a good look as some of the top American contenders who will be heading to the links of Holyoake. At the Open Championships betting, Spieth is a solid 33/1 shot and could benefit from a huge confidence building win at the Deere Run.

9th July 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions


Online betting site Boylesports are running a terrific World Cup 2014 betting promotion at the moment, one packed full of value. The big kick off is almost upon us and punters will be sizing up the World Cup outright winner betting market.

Brazil are still holding firm as 3/1 favourites, but South American rivals Argentina have been progressively trimmed now into 4/1 to get their hands on the title. Germany and Spain are Europe’s leading charges, both trading at 6/1.

Online betting site Boylesports are giving their customers the chance to get double the odds on picking a World Cup winner.  After signing up with Boylesports, place your first bet on the World Cup winner market, and if your selection wins the tournament, then the bookmaker will pay you out at the double the odds. This great offer is for new customers only and runs up until the World Cup 2014 kick off on June 12th

That could add up to 6/1 value on outright favourites Brazil, or almost 50/1 on England to get their hands on the trophy. If you are looking at your pick to go all the way, then back them with Boylesports so that they could potentially pay you out double the odds!

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

Rory McIlroy

Rory McIlroy returns to the PGA Tour this week after his venture over the European PGA, where he landed a win at Wentworth in the PGA Championship. His win took his world ranking back up to sixth, and was the culmination of a hot streak of play this season. McIlroy ha posted four consecutive top ten finishes over on the PGA Tour, six from nine events this season.

So he is trending marvellously well at the moment, as the golf betting attention turns to The Memorial Tournament this week McIlroy is running at 8/1 outright favourite, but as he has yet to land a win on the PGA Tour this year, there is good enough value in him at 6/5 to take a Top Ten finish at the event (6/4 To Place). He will be looking to make up for a terrible time last season at The Memorial, where he finished six over par down in a share of 57th.

Australia’s Adam Scott produced a victory last week too, taking a win on the PGA Tour at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial in Texas. Rounds of 66 on both Saturday and Sunday saw Scott get himself firmly in the frame for the win, and he took a play off win over Jason Dufner. Scott remains top of the world rankings with his victory and like McIlroy is tremendous value at 15/8 in a top ten finish bet this week, while he is running at 2/1 in the Place Market.

Other contenders in the field this week include Matt Kuchar, Dustin Johnson, Jim Furyk, Jordan Spieth and Phil Mickelson, while other leading Europeans in the outright winner market are Justin Rose and Luke Donald. Matt Kuchar is the defending champion in Ohio, after carding a final round 68 for a two shot win over Kevin Chappell. Kuchar hit 17 of 18 fairways during his last round at 7/4 in the top ten finish market.

The Memorial Tournament Outright Winner Odds at Boylesports
Rory McIlroy 13/8, Adam Scott 2/1, MattKuchar 11/4, Justin Rose 7/2, Luke Donald 9/2, Jordan Spieth 5/1, Dustin Johnson 5/1, Jim Furyk 5/1, Phil Mickelson 11/2.

Take a wager on the outright winner market at the Memorial this week, and if your backed selection finishes second (or tied 2nd), then you will get your lost stake back as a free bet from online betting site Boylesports. The maximum refund is £100 per customer and new customers registering an account with Boylesports can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus.

26th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Free Bets & Promotions

Online betting site Boylesports are offering a Money Back Special for golf betting on both the PGA Tour and the European PGA Tour events this week. On the PGA, the attention turns to the HP Byron Nelson, where Jordan Spieth 11/1, and Matt Kuchar 12/1 are heading up the market options. There is a great field in contention behind them with the likes of Keegan Bradley, Dustin Johnson and Charl Schwartzel to name but a few.

Back a selection in the HP Byron Nelson field and if they end only just missing out on the title by finishing second, then the bookmaker will refund your lost stake for you. The offer extends to players who finish tied for second as well and the maximum refund is £100 per customers.

Over on the European Tour, Sergio Garcia will be hoping to delight home fans in the Open de Espana. The Spaniard is running as hot 5/1 favourite on home turf, ahead of the likes of Francesco Molinari, Thomas Bjorn and Miguel Angel Jimenez. Garcia has lifted the title just once before, back in 2002 when it was the Canarias Open de Espana.

If your backed selection in the field finishes 2nd (or tied 2nd) to Sergio Garcia this week as the Spanish Open, then you will get your lost stake refunded as a free bet. The maximum refund is £100 per customers.

New customers registering an account with Boylesports can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus.


15th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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