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Rugby Betting

What a cracker of a game it should be at Murrayfield on Saturday. It is a big season of change for England with new head coach Eddie Jones coming in and Dylan Hartley taking over the captaincy from Chris Robshaw. It’s a new era for England and they open it with a really tough game at Murrayfield, where they know the Scots will be keen to stop them getting off to a strong start in the campaign.

England go with Danny Care at scrum half over Ben Youngs while Joe Marler has come into the starting fifteen ahead of Mako Vunipola. The England set up is one of young and experience according to Jones as they go in search of a Calcutta Cup defence, the trophy they have held since back in 2009 over Scotland. There is a rich vein of experience running through the England side and that appears to be the right way to go in order to take on the challenge of the Scots on the road.

Scotland will be out to prove that they have learned from recent campaigns and not only that have developed a stronger game to compete for the Six Nations crown. There appears to be a lot of energy running through the Scottish came and not only that, their back row appears to have plenty of versatility to adapt and switch between the territorial and attacking game. But of course it all starts up front for them and that is where they have to get at England and stop the visitors getting a foothold in the game.

There have been 133 previous encounters between England and Scotland and it is the English who hold a 73-42 head to head lead. England have won the last six matches in a row over Scotland and are unbeaten in eight against them (W7 D1). The last time that England went to Murrayfield they came away with a 20-0 victory in February 2014. England have averaged 11.92 points per game against Scotland while the Scots in return have averaged 8.71 points per game against the English.

That leaves you with a points difference of 3.21 on average per game for England over Scotland. You can imagine that the scoreline is going to be pretty tight but it could be worth stretching out to an England -5 Handicap for a price of even money with online betting site Boylesports.

Boylesports are running a promotion for Scotland v England Six Nations Rugby betting. If the very first try of the match is not converted, then they will refund losing stakes on the first tryscorer market for the game. The refunds will come back a sa free bet and this offer applies to all of the Six Nations rugby matches this weekend. Register an account with Boylesports and earn a free £5 bet as a welcome bonus from them.


5th February 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Rugby Betting

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Online betting site Boylesports have a great promotion running for this week’s League Cup semi final second leg matches. It is Liverpool v Stoke on Tuesday night to see who will be first to move through to the Wembley final this season, while Manchester City v Everton will follow on Wednesday. Everton will have to defend their lead out on the road at the Etihad where they did earn a recent 0-0 draw against the Citizens in the Premier League.

Boylesports have a promotion for Wednesday night’s clash at the Etihad. They will refund all losing first goalscorer, last goalscorer, anytime goalscorer, correct score and scores bets on the Captial One Cup semi finals if either side lead in a particular match and then fail to go on and win the game.

The offer is for a maximum £25 free bet refund and applies to pre-match stakes on the game only. Register an account with online betting site Boylesports and you can pick up a free £5 bet as a welcome bonus if your opening wager loses.


26th January 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Tennis Betting

It’s down to the real business week of the Australian Open now. Andy Murray has made steady progress through to the quarter finals at Melbourne Park where he takes on Spaniard David Ferrer. The Brit has dropped just the one set on his way to the quarter finals of the Australian Open and he holds a fairly commanding lead in the head to head against Ferrer.

Murray has won twelve of the eighteen previous meetings with David Ferrer, their most recent meeting coming at the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals at the back end of last year when Murray won in straight sets. They have only ever met once before at the Australian Open. That was back in 2011 when Murray, after dropping the first set, raced away to a 3-1 victory.

Murray moved past the unpredictable Bernard Tomic in the fourth round, while Ferrer beat out John Isner. It’s been a battle for concentration for Murray, who not only is expecting a child in early February, but his father in law was rushed to hospital during the tournament as well. Murray is a four time runner up at Melbourne Park and is search of his third Grand Slam title.

Andy Murray v David Ferrer Australian Open Odds

Andy Murray 5/18, Ferrer 4/1

Online bookmaker Boylesports have a big Australian Open tennis betting promotion running on all matches. If your backed selection in the match outright loses in the fifth set of the match then Boylesports will refund your lost stake as a free bet up to the maximum of £25. Register an account with Boylesports and claim a free £5 if your opening £10 stake loses.


25th January 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Tennis Betting

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Online bookmaker Boylesports are running a big Money Back Special for Saturday’s West Ham v Manchester City match in the Premier League. This should be a fascinating match with the Hammers having gone so well at the Boleyn Ground this season in the top flight. The Hammers are unbeaten in eight home matches now and they took a win over City at the Etihad earlier in the season.

City have been shaky on the road with just the one away win in their last seven away from the Etihad. But they need to start finding their feet on the road again quickly if they are going to sustain a challenge for the Premier League title. As a bonus they do have Sergio Aguero back amongst the goals.

Get your money back as a free bet if West Ham’s Dimitri Payet or Man City’s Sergio Aguero scores last during the West Ham v Man City match up.

This is a great offer and the money back special applies to the first goalscorer, last goalscorer and anytime goalscorer markets. The Maximum free bet refund is £25 per customer and applies to pre-match wagers only.

Open an account with BoyleSports today and place a £10 bet. If that wager loses then you’ll receive a free £5 bet back on your new account!


22nd January 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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If you are looking for a great FA Cup promotion for your betting this weekend, then look no further than Boylesports, because they have a bit of a cracker going. The magic of the FA Cup is back and the lower-tiered clubs like Wycombe and Exeter will be hoping to pull of cup upsets, just what the famous old tournament is all about.

Wycombe host Premier League strugglers Aston Villa on Saturday, after Exeter kick the weekend off at Adams Park against Liverpool. Sheffield United may fancy their chances of causing an upset at Old Trafford against Manchester United, while Oxford will be hoping to take advantage of Swansea’s poor season when they meet on Sunday.

Online betting site Boylesports will refund losing stakes on the first goalscorer, last goalscorer, anytime goalscorer, correct score or scorecast markets on an FA Cup match this week, if a Premier League side goes out to a lower league side in that match.

That makes things interesting because it allows you to have a crack at some popular markets in FA Cup betting with a bit of insurance in case it all goes horribly wrong for them. Register an account with Boylesports and you will earn a free £5 bet as a welcome bonus from them.


8th January 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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Liverpool have the chance to bank back to back league wins as they make the trip to the Stadium of Light to face Sunderland on Wednesday evening. The Reds became the first side to stop Leicester scoring as they took a 1-0 win over the Foxes at Anfield on Boxing Day. That snapped a three match winless streak for Jurgen Klopp’s men in the top flight.

Liverpool have a good league record running against the Black Cats, from the previous 28 Premier League meetings, the Reds have lost just three of them and all of them were by just a one goal margin at the Stadium of Light. Liverpool are running as 7/10 favourites to pick up the three points on Wearside on Wednesday night and their chances will be massively increased if midfield maestro Philippe Coutinho turns in a top display.

If Coutinho scores at any time in the Sunderland v Liverpool match then online betting site Boylesports will refund losing stakes on select markets.

Place a pre-match wager on the correct score, first goalscorer, last goalscorer or anytime goalscorer markets and if a bet in them loses but Coutinho does net at any time during the game then you will get a lost stake refund up to the value of £25.

A great offer for the match and Liverpool and there is a bonus to be picked up as well when you open a new account with Boylesports. REgister an account with them and place a £10 bet and if it loses you’ll receive a free £5 bet back!

 


29th December 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Boylesports

There is a great promotion on offer at online betting site Boylesports for tuesday night’s Premier League clash of Leicester v Manchester City. It is a massive clash at the King Power between two of the clubs who are in the hunt for the title this season and it could be an important game down the line.

A win for Leicester would see them open up a six point gap over the Citizens, so Man City have to go to the King Power with the intentions of picking up the maximum points. However, City are winless in their last five away games in the Premier League and have scored just one goal in their last four away games.

Leicester v Manchester CIty betting has the look of goals flying around and two of the top strikers on offer in the game for punters to back to hit the back of the net are Sergio Aguero and Jamie Vardy.

If Sergio Aguero scores first in the match or Jamie Vardy scores the last goal of the game then you will get lost stake refunds on select markets. Those markets are the first goalscorer. last goalscorer, anytime goalscorer and correct score markets! The maximum refund offer is a free £25 bet

So plenty of coverage on the big game and register an account with Boylesports to take advantage of it. Open an account with BoyleSports today and place a £10 bet and if it loses you’ll receive a free £5 bet.


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

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The UEFA Europa League action on a Thursday night often passes people by without much interest, but not for one punter from Co Meath. There was a fantastic win on a ten fold acca on match handicap selections from Thursday night’s UEFA Europa League action.

The punter turned €20 into €16,390 on the Boylesports accumulator which was running at odds of 818/1. Not a bad return at all when you are picking out selections such as PAOK and Midtjylland. With all ten selections in the mammoth bet having overcome their handicap, the punter walked away pretty happy.

The winning bet details were: Molde +2 against Ajax at 8/11, Bordeaux +1 V Rubin Kazan at 11/20, PAOK +2 V Borussia Dortmund at odds of 2/1, Celtic +2 V Fenerbahce at 1/2, Midtjylland +1 V Club Brugge at 8/13, Dinamo Minsk +2 V Rapid Vienna at 3/4, Sparta Prague +1 V APOEL Nicosia at 1/4, Schalke -2 V Asteras Tripolis at 17/4, AZ Alkmaar +2 V Athletic Bilbao at 4/6 and Belenenses +2 V Fiorentina at odds of 6/5.

Liam Glynn, BoyleSports’ spokesperson said: “We would like to congratulate the lucky county Meath punter who no doubt has a cheeky smile on their face after they defied the odds of just over 818/1 to land a ten team Handicap Accumulator from Thursday’s Europa League matches.”


14th December 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News

Boylesports

With things going south again for Newcastle this looks like a winnable match for Liverpool who are starting to look a pretty fluent and confident side. Liverpool travel to St James Park on Sunday looking for their third league win in a row. The Reds have recently taken great away wins at Manchester City and Chelsea and the slumping Magpies may not offer a lot of resistance.

Daniel Sturridge showed in midweek what he can deliver for the Reds as he made another return from injury and netted a couple of goals as Liverpool routed Southampton in the League Cup. With the threats of Christian Benteke and brilliant Brazilian Philippe Coutinho pulling the strings in midfield, Liverpool go as 4/7 favourites for the away win.

Newcastle have only banked one home win all season in the Premier League and they have lost their last two games having conceded eight goals. The Magpies have managed to score just two league goals in their last five games.

If Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho opens the scoring in the match or scores the last goal of the game then online betting Boylesports will refund losing stakes on select markets for Newcastle v Liverpool betting.

The markets covered in the money back special at Boylesports are the first, last and anytime goalscorer markets and it applies to pre-match bets only. Register an account with Boylesports and place your first bet of £10 with them and if it loses you will get a free £5 bet back as a bonus.


4th December 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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The Saints will be looking to snap out of the little slump that they find themselves in as they host Aston Villa on the weekend at St Mary’s. Southampton have lost their last two Premier League games and they were thrashed 6-1 in the League Cup quarter final against Liverpool in the week. But with a game to come against the Premier League’s bottom side, there should be a great chance for them to get back to winning ways.

That Saints are 4/9 to pick up the win over Villa who are on an awful thirteen match winless streak in the league. In last season’s corresponding fixture, the Saints put six goals past the Villains in a rout and Sadio Mane scored the Premier League’s quickest ever hat trick, taking just 2 minutes and 56 seconds to complete the achievement. The Saints are 4/9 and big Italian striker Graziano Pelle is an even money quote to net in the game.

If Pelle scores the opening goal of the match then online bookmaker Boylesports will refund losing stakes on select markets for Southampton v Aston Villa betting.

The markets covered in the money back special at Boylesports are the first, last and anytime goalscorer markets and it applies to pre-match bets only. Register an account with Boylesports and place your first bet of £10 with them and if it loses you will get a free £5 bet back as a bonus.


4th December 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions










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