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Bookmakers were enjoying all of the FA Cup fourth round upsets that were happening in Saturday’s 3pm kick offs. There was Cup upset after Cup upset happening across the country, and while punters lost out heavily with backed favourites going down, one punter from Dublin enjoyed the day of the underdogs more than most.

With some brilliant insight, or just sheer luck, it doesn’t really matter, the punter had backed Spurs, Chelsea and Manchester City all to lose their home matches in a treble, and came out €25k richer.

Most punters would have been baffled by the strange results on Saturday, but the Boylesports punter threw down a €15 treble on Leicester (9/2) to defeat Tottenham, Bradford (25/1) to defeat Chelsea and Middlesbrough (11/1) to defeat Manchester City and was probably watching the videprinter in disbelief.

Anyone backing Bradford on their own to beat Chelsea would have been a brave wager, but to call three big upsets was tremendous.

The cumulative odds of Leicester, Bradford and Middlesbrough winning was a massive 1,715/1 at and in total the punter picked up €25,740 for their €15 Treble.

The old FA Cup magic was back in full force on the weekend, with not only Chelsea, Man City and Spurs all losing in their own back yard, but Swansea lost at Blackburn and Crystal Palace won on the road against Southampton too. Then of course there was Liverpool’s home draw against Bolton, and Manchester United’s draw on the road at League Two’s Cambridge.

Liam Glynn, PR Executive at BoyleSports said “After suffering a seven figure loss on the football last weekend, we can bow a sigh of relief despite the lucky Dublin punter netting €25.7K from his €15 Treble on the underdog teams in the FA Cup.”

He added “We wish the lucky Dublin punter who defied the odds of 1715/1 happy spending and are thanking Middlesbrough Leicester and Bradford for upsetting the short priced favourites in the FA Cup this weekend.

“Our FA Cup Ante Post book is now looking a lot healthier as well following the exit of Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham.”


26th January 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News

Sports Betting

The draw is all laid out for punters to eye up the real value in the Australian Open 2015 tennis betting this year. The second quarter looks mightily interesting, as really it could all come down to a two horse race with one additional dangerous floater in the mix. The winner of this quarter could potentially set up a clash with Serena Williams in the semi finals, coming from the first quarter of the draw. But with Williams looking a risky bet because of lack of early season form, there could be a big opportunity here for someone to make a run at the final.

Petra Kvitova is the one leading the way in second quarter betting in Australian Open 2015 tennis betting at online betting site Boylesports. Kvitova, crashed in the first round of last season’s tournament and the only two real highlights of her Australian Open career was a quarter final in 2011 and a semi final in 2012. That is as good as it has gotten for her in Melbourne.

Left handed Kvitova makes an award opponent for anyone, but she is extremely prone to inconsistencies in matches, and it’s not uncommon to see her switching off. A semi final run in Shenzhen at the start of the season may have given her a bit of extra confidence this term around for a stronger run at the Australian Open title. All that was confirmed as she earned the 15th title of her career with a win in Sydney in the week before the Australian Open, and that is the kind of form that can top off confidence. If she can get her first serve working then she could be a tough one to stop in the quarter.

But it is Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanska who for some will look the better value to top the quarter, and she looked in decent shape in the Hopman Cup, where she took a win over Serena Williams in the final. She is still looking for her first career Grand Slam tot;e, but did reach the semi finals here last season, and has made it to the quarter finals at least in her last four appearances at Melbourne. If she does it again, it could bring a huge clash with Kvitova in the quarter finals.

The head to head between the two stands at 5-2 in favour of Kvitova, but Radnaksa took a win in the most recent meeting which was in the 2014 WTA Finals. Toss of a going, but Radwanska is a longer 9/2 more tempting proposition perhaps. The dangerous floater in the quarter is Venus Williams who is an 11/2 quote, with everyone else bar 14/1 and longer to win the second quarter of the Australian Open 2015 draw.

If Maria Sharapova goes on to win this year’s Australian Open, then online betting site Boylesports will refund all losing pre-tournament bets on the outright market. That is some great value on the market, with Sharapova running as second favourite for the tournament. New customers registering an account with Boylesports can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus offer.


17th January 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Sports Betting

Can Maria Sharapova land her second Australian Open title? The Russian queen of the tennis court is one of the front runners in Australian Open 2015 betting at a price of 5/1 at online bookmakers Boylesports. The only player shorter than her in he market is 5/2 favourite Serena williams, who hasn’t exactly been impressing anyone out of the blocks in 2015.

So Sharapova, who was dumped out of the tournament twelve months ago in the fourth round (against Dominika Cibulkova), will be looking to open the Grand Slam season with a bang in Melbourne. As part of her warm up since the turn of the new year, Sharapova has already landed a title, taking a victory in Brisbane by beating Ana Ivanovic in the final. Momentum like that could be an all-important factor as the big two weeks of Australian Open tennis betting fires up.

Sharapova won the title back in 2009 and has been to the final on two other occasions and has three other semi finals exits in the tournament too. So not a bad record at all, and she will have plenty of backing in this year’s field, which for many, may not look particularly deep, meaning that Sharapova looks tremendous value to go on and lift the title for the second time in her career.

Sharapova rediscovered her Grand Slam winning ways last season when she won the French Open. That aside though, the rest of the season was a bit of a bust as she lost in the fourth round of Wimbledon and the US Open, as well as her early Australian Open exit. But she looks full of confidence ahead of Melbourne, and it is debatable as to whether there is a better fighter on the WTA than her.

Sharapova has proven time and time again that she can fight back where her back is against the wall. She has one of the best defensive games around and simply wells of grit in reserve. The one perceived weakness is her game is her second serve, so when her first serve isn’t working, she becomes a little more vulnerable. But that can be off-set perhaps with her confidence and early season form, high.

If Serena Williams can be counted out (being too risky at such as short price given her current form and lack of form at Melbourne too), then Sharapova for many will be seen as the real favourite in Australian Open 2015 betting. Taking a look behind her and the field isn’t so deep that the Russian will be quaking in her tennis shoes.

The strongest challenges should come in from the likes of rising stars Simona Halep and Eugenie Bouchard, neither of which have won a Grand Slam before. With Caroline Wozniacki suffering a wrist injury forcing her to pull out of her warm up in Sydney, Victoria Azarenka still looking to recover from all her injury setbacks last year and Petra Kvitova a shaky option, then the field is wide open for Sharapova to march on through to the title.

Australian Open 2015 betting

Serena Williams 9/4, Maria Sharapova 5/1, Simona Help 7/1, Petra Kvitova 10/1, Eugenie Bouchard 10/1, Caroline WOzniacki 10/1, Victoria Azarenka 10/1, Agnieszka Radwanska 16/1, Ana Ivanovic 20/1, bar 33/1

If Maria Sharapova does win the 2015 Australian Open, then online betting site Boylesports will refund all losing pre-tournament stakes placed on the outrigger winner market. The maximum refund in the Australian Open 2015 betting promotion is £100, providing some superb insurance on the market.


16th January 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Sports Betting

Drifting, that is what the Spaniard has been doing in Australian Open 2015 betting odds, and that’s not surprising given his inauspicious start to the new season. Nadal crashed out of Doha in the first round, losing in three sets against German qualifier Michael Berrer. That seems a far cry from the Australian Open final that he made twelve months ago.

Nadal’s 2014 saw him miss a huge chunk of the season. Following his round of sixteen exit at Wimbledon in the summer, Nadal didn’t appear again until right at the end of October, as he recovered from appendix and wrist problems. His return, which saw him enter just three tournaments, saw him win just the four matches in his recovery.

So he will head to Melbourne as a bit of an unknown quantity and at a price of 8/1 is running as the outside shot behind the rest of the big four, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Andy Murray atonline betting site Boylesports. In last year’s Melbourne final, Nadal picked up an injury against Stan Wawrinka, which meant that he was non-competitive on the day and his Swiss opponent walked off with the title.

The Australian Open is also Nadal’s least successful Grand Slam event. He has won the title just once before, back in 2009 although he has been to the final twice in the last three years (his last two consecutive appearances after his absence in the 2013 event). So he does seem to have made more of an impact at the tournament as his career has gone on, but is he strong enough to back to topple Novak Djokovic if it comes down to it, or Roger Federer?

The word from Nadal’s camp is that he is still working very hard to get fully fit for an appearance at Melbourne. He has been coming through fitness tests, but seems to be unsure of himself as to whether he can reach the full stamina levels that he will need to endure at the Australian Open fortnight.

He did have a  positive at the start of the season, because he won the doubles title at Doha with Argentina’s Juan Monaco. Maybe Nadal is flying under the radar a bit, and that could be dangerous, because no-one else in the field should underestimate the Spaniard if he gets through the first week of action at Melbourne. If he gets momentum going, then he can start to turn towards the fact that class is permanent. The question is, the field deep enough to keep him away from at least a place in the final eight?

Australian Open 2015 Betting

Novak Djokovic even money, Roger Federer 5/1, Andy Murray 7/1, Rafael Nadal 8/1, Kei Nishikori 12/1, Stan Wawrinka 12/1, bar 20/1

You can have a wager on Nadal in Australian Open 2015 betting with some insurance at online betting site Boylesports. Back any players in the tourist market and if Roger Federer wins in the Australian Open, then the bookmaker will refund your lost stake for you up to £100.


16th January 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Premier League Betting

Swansea v Chelsea Betting Preview

In the build up week to face league leaders Chelsea, selling off your top goalscorer probably isn’t the best preparations. Can the Swans make any kind of impact up front after the sale of Wilfried Bony to Manchester City. Chelsea will be hoping to capitalize in South Wales as they look to establish some better form on the road in the top flight and keep Bony’s new club off their tails in the title race.

Head over to online betting site Boylesports and snap up the opportunity to take double odds on the first goalscorer market. Back the successful first goalscorer in the match and if your player opens the scoring inside the first twenty minutes of action, Boylesports will double your original first goalscorer odds. This superb offer applies to all Premier League matches and the maximum stake is £50.

Swansea v Chelsea Betting Tips

Chelsea have produced five wins and two draws in their seven previous Barclays Premier League meetings with Swansea City. So they are probably bankable to avoid defeat. They got over their New Year’s Day hump where they suffered a horror a White Hart Lane, by beating Newcastle 2-0 at the Bridge last weekend. Even though they took some time to find their stride in the game, and Newcastle were guilty of missing some great chances in the first half, Chelsea came on strongly in the second half for a comfortable win in the end.

But it is on the road where the Blues have had their issues. They have won just one of their last five Premier League away games (W1 D2 L2), so the 3/1 value on the draw at online bookmaker Boylesports may be tempting. Diego Costa scored hat trick in their 4-2 win over Swansea at Stamford Bridge earlier in the season, and he is even money favourite in the anytime goalscorer market. The Blues do have the best shooting accuracy in thePremier League this season and even though they have been stuttering away from the Bridge, they have posted a superb W7 D1 L1 record in their last nine in all competitions, with five clean sheets in there.

So where do Swansea turn to for goals? Bony was top scorer for them in the league with nine netted this term, and his departure has left midfield man Gylfi Sigurdsson as club to scorer on four. Is that enough to challenge the league leaders? The two goals that they scored in their 4-2 defeat at Stamford Bridge earlier in the season, ended a run of four games in all competitions where they failed to net against the Blues, so they don’t have a good history of scoring against the Blues as it is.

Swansea have scored exactly one goal in four of their last five home matches in the top flight W2 D2 L1, but Garry Monk’s men have blown more points from winning positions than any other team in the Premier League (16) this term. Also troubling perhaps is that they have gone without a clean sheet in their last three league matches, so if they concede, will they have the punch to fight back without Bony? Sunderland have been the only side to have stopped Chelsea scoring this season. To their credit, the Swans are a decent home side, having conceded just 0.7 goals per game at the Liberty Stadium in a W6 D3 L2 record there.

Swansea v Chelsea Betting Odds

Chelsea 8/15, Draw 3/1, Swansea 6/1

Swansea v Chelsea Predictions

The Swans have relied heavily on Bony for goals, so now he’s gone, they may not have enough up top for three points. Their defence has been decent enough at home to stifle the Blues for long periods, but you would expect the quality of Chelsea to produce a win in a low scoring game. The last four matchups at the Liberty have gone under 2.5 goals (even money).

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15th January 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Sports Betting

Andy Murray, can he win his maiden Australian Open title? With the start of the first Grand Slam of the season edging closer and closer, Murray has been flying under the radar in the early season. Does that make him bigger value in the field as he is more of a dark horse than the other big guns in the field who have already shown their competitive hand in the early stages of 2015?

Andy Murray has been out in action. He teamed up with Heather Watson for the Hopman Cup, the exhibition tournament in Australia, but Great Britain failed to beat Poland to top spot in their group, despite taking wins over Australia and France. Murray did win his three singles matches comfortably enough, but they weren’t the kind of stern tests that really puts Murray on the map to Melbourne success.

Roger Federer took a title win at the Brisbane International in his first appearances of the season, while Novak Djokovic surprisingly took a hit in the quarter finals of the Qatar ExxonMobil Open against Ivo Karlovic, but that was better than Rafael Nadal’s effort in the tournament, losing in the first round against qualifier Michael Berrer.

So where does all of that see Murray fit into the Australian Open 2015 betting picture?

A positive for Murray is that he started to find his form very well at the back end of last season, after long periods of inconsistencies throughout the season. He made it to the quarter finals of the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the US Open last season, topped only by a final four appearance at Roland Garros. So, overall in his Grand Slam status, 2014 was a bit of a disappointment for him, having reached two Grand Slam finals in the previous two seasons.

Andy Murray at the Australian Open

Murray has a decent track record at the Australian Open, with three appearances in the final having been made there, his most recent ins 2013. But in the showcase match in Melbourne he has always looked as if he has ran out of early-season steam, having won just won set in those three Australian Open finals (against Djokovic in 2013).

But a new season, new optimism and Murray is actually a decent 7/1 quote at online betting site Boylesports, making him a reasonable each way shot at least. Nadal has drifted out to 8/1 behind Murray, while the Scot isn’t so far from the mark of the evergreen Federer that he should be counted out. No-one in the field can tough the supremacy of even money favourite Novak Djokovic, who has won three of the last four Australian Opens, but that’s a different story.

At the start of January, Murray took on the exhibition challenge of the Mubadala World Tennis Championships, beating Feliciano Lopez in the quarterfinals and then completely destroying Rafael Nadal in the semis (6-2 6-0). Murray then claimed the title with opponent in the final, Djokovic not being able to play because of illness. A small victory for Murray but they all count for confidence.

So the upshot is, is that Andy Murray Australian Open tennis betting odds have an air of value about them. Djokovic still looks the one to beat in the field, and key to World Number 6 Murray’s progress in Melbourne, will be a high seeding draw to avoid the Serbian until the final. If Murray heads into Melbourne with decisive tactics (unlike what we saw twelve months ago) and mental focus, then he can put it all together, and lay down a serious challenge.

Boylesports have a great Australian Open 2015 tennis promotion running. Back any selection in the outright market of this year’s men’s draw and if Roger Federer wins the title, they will refund lost stakes as a free bet for you. The maximum refund is £100 per customer.

Australian Open 2015 Betting Odds

Novak Djokovic evens, Roger Federer 5/1, Andy MUrray 7/1, Rafael Nadal 7/1, Stan Wawrinka 14/1, Kei Nishikori 14/1, bar 22/1


13th January 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Boylesports

You read that one right. The Russian tennis queen, who has won the Melbourne title once before in her illustrious career, heads to the latest renewal of what is the first Grand Slam of the year as 11/2 second favourite behind only 2/1 favourite Serena Williams.

With Williams looking a bit sluggish at the start of the new year, Sharapova is far more attractive of a price than the American. Sharapova won the title at the Brisbane International in her first appearance of the season and is looking hungry.

But there is a long two weeks ahead of 2015 AUstralian Open tennis betting and there will be punters who will still back favourite Williams to come good. The other alternatives are taking a look at some of the hottest young talent around like Simona Halep and Eugenie Bouchard, both of which had tremendous 2014 season and should be making challenges for their respective first career Grand Slam titles.

Other big hitters in the field are Petra Kvitova, Agnieszka Radwanska, Caroline Wozniacki and Victoria Azarenka. All have their merits and all have coverage on them thanks to online betting site Boylesports.

Boylesports have a great Australian Open 2015 tennis promotion running. Back any selection in the outright market of this year’s women’s draw for the Australian Open and if second favourite Maria Sharapova goes on to win the title, they will refund lost stakes as a free bet for you. The maximum refund is £100 per customer.


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

Aguero (Manchester City)

Everton v Manchester City Betting Preview

Everton’s season is already in disarray and this could heap further pressure on boss Roberto Martinez, with the Merseyside outfit sliding towards the relegation zone. All in all, the Everton deficiencies would equate to a good chance for City to pick up a good three points in what otherwise should have been a tougher fixture for them. Everton’s poor form plays into City’s hands right now in their title challenge and adds value to an away win.

Boost your first goalscorer winnings at online bookmaker Boylesports, who pay out double odds on the market, if your successful selection scores in the first twenty minutes of the game! Tremendous offer if you are looking at the first goalscorer market, and Boylesports also offer insurance on fivefold football accumulators or bigger placed through a mobile. If one leg lets you down, then you will get a lost stake refund.

Everton v Manchester City Betting Tips

The Citizens are pretty much on fire at the moment. You can’t fault them for how they have really gotten their season going and are matching Chelsea. The Citizens are eleven games unbeaten now in the Premier League and they have managed to keep up their form even with their front line having been decimated with notable injuries to Sergio Aguero and Edin Dzeko. Manchester City have won nine of their last eleven played in the top flight and are worth backing on the road. They snapped a poor run of form at Goodison Park last season in the league with a 3-2 win and took a 1-0 home win over the Merseyside outfit this season.

City are in the hunt for Swansea’s Wilfried Bony to bolster their attack, with Edin Dzeko and Sergio Aguero still trying to get match fit again. With Yaya Toure out, the focus will be on David Silva really in the anytime goalscorer market from City’s point of view, because he is the man in form. Silva has scored five in his last six Premier League outings, so is bang in form and looking a nice wager. City have scored in every away game this season and have scored three or more goals in each of their last four away games. With Everton’s defence not in ship-shape, the Citizens should be able to get three points.

How much further can the slide of Everton go? A side with four defeats in a row really can’t be in any kind of confident mood to challenge one of the front runners for the league title can they? Everton start the weekend just four points clear of the drop zone, so that is the degree of the slump that they are in. Everton have won one and lost six of their last eight league matches, so punters will have a hard time backing them on Saturday. They have recovered fewer points than any other team from losing positions in the Barclays Premier League (2) and the goals have really dried up for the Merseyside outfit.

The Toffees have failed to find the back of the net in four of their last six league matches, and that major issue is not helping them cover up the errors and gaps at the back. Everton have conceded 33 league goals this season and that is just six fewer than the 39 which they conceded all of the 2013/14 season. Everton have made a league high 11 errors leading directly to goals in the Premier League this season. Everton’s defence and City’s scoring threat, should push the game comfortably over 2.5 goals. In the anytime goalscorer market, Romelu Lukaku is a 7/4 quote at online bookmaker Boylesports, and is Everton’s shortest priced played. Roberto Martinez has faced Manchester City 11 times in the Premier League as a manager, and never been on the winning side (D1 L10).

Everton v Manchester City Betting Odds

Man City 17/20, Draw 11/4, Everton 16/5

Everton v Manchester City Predictions

There is an imbalance between the two, even though City have won just one of their last five visits to Goodison, it came on their last visit there and the Citizens are the value wager in this one. The defensive frailties should lead to opportunities for City, whose own defence hasn’t been great lately, but they should have enough clinical creativity somewhere to call upon for the three points.

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9th January 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Henderson (Liverpool)

Sunderland v Liverpool Betting Preview

Black Cats boss Gus Poyet can’t feeling all that secure in his role, with his side having managed just the three wins this season. Their drawn matches are keeping them afloat just about though, but with a poor record against Liverpool, the Reds will be expected to hit Wearside and at least avoid defeat against the Mackems.

Double up on your first goalscorer odds with online bookmaker Boylesports. The bookmaker runs a great promotion which applies to all Premier League matches this season. If your successful first goalscorer selection opens the scoring in the first twenty minutes of the game, then you will be paid out double your original odds by the bookie! New customers registering an account with Boylesports can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus.

Sunderland v Liverpool Betting Tips

Sunderland’s season could be going better. A lot better in fact. The Black Cats have won just one of their last ten Premier League matches this season (W1 D6 L3) and against Liverpool, they have also won just one of their last ten meetings with the Reds. So not positive stats to suggest that they are going to get a rare three points on Saturday against Liverpool. Positives? Well Adam Johnson has scored in three of his last four Premier League games, so he looks value in the anytime goalscorer market at 10/3 to net in this one.

Sunderland have scored a higher proportion of their goals in the final 15 minutes of Barclays Premier League games than any other side (33%) this season. What does that tell? Follow the game with live in-play betting at Boylesports and wait for late responses from the Mackems. Sunderland have drawn a massive eleven of their twenty matches played in the English top flight this season. With just three wins so far and only one of those at home in a W1 D6 L3 record at the Stadium of Light, they just haven’t been able to cross the line between parity and positive results. Gus Poyet’s men are winless in their last six at home in the league.

So all that should equate to Liverpool having a pretty good chance of picking up three points. Liverpool, even though they aren’t playing particularly well, especially on the road, are doing alright at the moment. Brendan Rodgers’ men have lost just one of their last eight Premier League matches, winning four of those. Away from home, Liverpool have put up just the four wins and five defeats, and have been very patchy with a W2 L3 record in their last five on the road. So they aren’t particularly stable, but even with that having been said, the Reds pose a far better chance of winning a game than the home side do.

Liverpool do have the head to head form against the Mackems, winning five and losing just one of their last ten in the top flight against them. Up for the Reds in the anytime goalscorer market is Raheem Sterling who is a 5/4 quote, while Steven Gerrard, who inspired the Reds to a 2-1 win over AFC Wimbledon in the FA Cup third round with a brace, is an 11/4 shot to carry on his scoring form. Even though you aren’t look at two particularly high scoring side, Liverpool won this fixture 3-1 last season and with 78% of their away games going over 2.5 goals, look over the mark for your Premier League lunchtime betting on Saturday lunch time.

Sunderland v Liverpool Betting Odds

Liverpool 19/20, Draw 5/2, Sunderland 3/1

Sunderland v Liverpool Predictions

Liverpool have won five of their last eight visits to the Stadium of Light and you can’t argue with that kind of record. Sunderland have just not discovered a way to win games this season, and look very light up top. Liverpool aren’t blessed with goals, but they should find the quality to pick up three away points.

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9th January 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Boylesports

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










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