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Boylesports Wimbledon 2017 Double Winnings promotion

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The renewed action at SW19 will be shortly here as the top tennis players in the world descend on Wimbledon for The Championships. Home hopes will once again be resting on the shoulders of Andy Murray who makes a return as the defending champion. But his season has been disrupted by injury and illness while Novak Djokovic has fallen out of form. With Rafael Nadal not having any recent form at Wimbledon, it is Roger Federer who is the favourite to sweep the title for what would be the eighth time in his career. But the big four will be under threat from dangerous youngsters in the field like Alexander Zverev and the rising star that is Dominic Thiem, who has already beaten Murray, Djokovic and Nadal this season.

Wimbledon 2017 Winner Odds

Roger Federer 9/4, Andy Murray 10/3, Rafael Nadal 9/2, Novak Djokovic 6/1, Milos Raonic 14/1, Marin Cilic 14/1, Alexander Zverev 16/1, Nick Kyrgios 16/1, Grigor Dimitrov 20/1, Stan Wawrinka 25/1, Dominic Thiem 28/1, Juan Martin del Potro 28/1, bar 50/1.wimbledon Register an account with Boylesports and get double winnings at Wimbledon 2017! This great offer will pay out double winnings if your player loses the 1st set and then goes on to win the match. There is a maximum stake of £20 per customer and there is a maximum bonus of a £500 free bet per customer as well. This Boylesports offer applies to all Wimbledon men’s singles matches at this year’s Championship. The initial stake will be paid out in cash with the winnings doubled as a free bet. Your selection must lose the first set but win the match. One qualifying bet per customer (first bet placed on match). One free bet per customer. Register an account with Boylesports and place a bet of £10 or more at odds of EVENS (2.0) or greater, and receive £30 in FREE BETS.
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New Zealand v British and Irish Lions, First Test betting odds & preview – 24th June, 2017

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Lions coach Warren Gatland has put a couple of surprises into the starting lineup for his side as the tourists go into the First Test against the All Black on Saturday, June 24th. Ireland flanker Peter O’Mahony is captaining the side with Tour captain Sam Warburton on the bench from the start. In the back three, Gatland has suprisingly taken Liam Williams over Leigh Halfpenny at fullback and England’s Elliot Daly comes into the wing after a good performance against the Chiefs. Anthony Watson makes up the back three. Maro Itoje, who many thought would start in the second row on the back of his great form hasn’t been handed a start, with Gatland having gone for the experience of Alun Wyn Jones instead. Whatever side Gatland was going to put out, this is a massive task ahead for the tourists who go into the match as heavy 7/2 underdogs at Boylesports. The Lions haven’t beaten New Zealand since 1994 so this is a huge test for them at Eden Park in Auckland on the weekend. It hasn’t been the smoothest of Tours from the Lions, with defeats along the way and they struggled to get out of the blocks in their early matches. But their form has been improving and they have outscored their opponents 9 tries to three in their last 4 warm up matches, including wins over the Crusaders and the Maori All Blacks. If you look back at their Tour so far, the defeats against the Blues and the Highlanders were both closer affairs and the tourists could have won them. The Lions can take some heart from Ireland's win over the All Blacks in Chicago last year when their game plan was simple. It was just a plan of dominating the set pieces(in particular the line-out) and then they can put themselves in with a chance in this one. New Zealand coach Steve Hansen has criticised the style of the Lions but maybe that is a compliment in a way because he is seeing things that could rattle his side. The Lions are +10 in the handicap market at Boylesports for this opening match up. New Zealand are unbeaten at Eden Park for 23 years as well and they have thrown in captain Kieran Read and Ryan Cotty into the lineup who have just come back from injury. Fly-half Beauden Barrett is going to be a key figure in how the All Blacks tick over. If the Lions can target him and shut him down in the match then they will also increase their chances of success in the match. But then again, everything is easier said than done when it comes to the All Blacks. They are the best side in the world and with good reason. The first half will probably be tight, because the game plan of the Lions has been to grind things out in the first half of matches, ensuring that their defence remains on point against fresh legs, which makes sense. The one thing they can’t do is let New Zealand get the first try on the board because that will spell huge problems for them. The Lions aren’t exactly built to go out and play catch-up rugby and when you look down the line up with the like Sonny Bill Williams and Israel Dagg in there, who is 13/2 outright favourite at Boylesports in the First Tryscorer market

New Zealand v Lions Betting Odds

New Zealand 1/4, Lions 7/2, Draw 28/1 Prediction: The Lions have stuck in there through decent first halves of matches on the tour so far and they can hang close enough to the All Blacks at the break to warrant backing at 6/5 in a Lions +3.5 first half handicap. Overall, taking on New Zealand at Eden Park is something that nations have tried time and time again to handle and time and time again have failed. It’s hard to see the Lions having enough to play catch up if they fall behind and under 41.5 Points Total in the game at 5/4 has some value. Online betting site Boylesports have a Lions Tour Close Call offer running for their customers. Get double winnings as a free bet on all markets if either team wins by 5 points or less. There is a maximum stake of £20 per customer on the offer and the maximum bonus per customer is a £500 free bet. The offer applies to all winning single bets over all pre-match markets. Each team must have a winning margin between 1 and 5 points.One qualifying bet per customer (first bet placed on match). Place a bet of £10 or more at odds of EVENS (2.0) or greater, and receive £30 in FREE BETS as a welcome bonus from them too.
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US Open Bet £20, Get £2 offer for US Open Golf Betting at Boylesports

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Online betting site Boylesports are rolling out a bunch of betting promotions for this week’s US Open golf betting. The action takes place at Erin Hills, a relatively new course and one at which most of the players attending this week, won't have played at before. So it should be a great week of golf action and it is reigning champion Dustin Johnson who is back as the favourite, but with the likes of Rory McIlroy, Jon Rahm, Jordan Spieth and Jason Day around, the field is wide open. Money Back if 2nd or 3rd Yes, there is even more on offer from Boylesports as they are issuing a money back refund if your player finishes second or third. This applies to bets placed prior to the start of the tournament on the tournament outright only. Applies to win singles and win part of e/w bets only, singles in multi-bets will not qualify. Max combined free bet refund on this event from Money Back if 2nd or 3rd and Bet £20, Get £2 offer is £20 per customer. Bet £20, Get £2 offer Bet £20 or more on pre-tournament outright and receive a £2 free bet from Boylesports every time your player scores a 2. Applies to win singles only, singles in multi-bets will not qualify. There is only one qualifying bet per customer (the first bet placed on pre-tournament outright) and the max combined free bet refund on this event from Money Back if 2nd or 3rd and Bet £20, Get £2 offer is £20 per customer. 7 Places on US Open Boylesports have also extended the places on the golf betting to seven places for the tournament. That just gives you a little extra wiggle room on your each way betting as they are paying seven places at 1/5 odds.

US Open Golf Winner Betting Odds

Dustin Johnson 15/2, Rory McIlroy 12/1, Jason Day 12/1, Jordan Spieth 14/1, Jon Rahm 20/1, Rickie Fowler 22/1, Justin Rose 25/1, Sergio Garcia 25/1, Adam Scott 30/1, Henrik Stenson 30/1, Hideki Matsuyama 30/1, Justin Thomas 33/1, Brooks Koepka 45/1, Branden Grace 45/1, bar 50/1 Register an account with Boylesports then place a bet of £10 or more at odds of EVENS (2.0) or greater, and receive £30 in FREE BETS.
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England v Pakistan ICC Champions Trophy Cricket Betting Odds & Preview – 14th June 2017

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England will face up to Pakistan in the semi-final of the ICC Champions Trophy on Wednesday. England were once again dominant and ruthless as they pummeled old rivals and reigning Champions Trophy holders Australia, on Friday. Ben Stokes fired a tremendous unbeaten 102 in the game to help England to their total, with captain Eoin Morgan chipping in with 87. So once again England’s batting line-up looks all-conquering. Will they be able to carry their form through to the semi-final and beyond? England’s heroes with the ball in hand were Mark Wood and Adil Rashid, and that will be a massive boost in their confidence. England just look confident and comfortable in all aspects of their game and despite consistent failings with opener Jason Roy, they are sticking with the same line up and it was Roy who produced a staggering brilliant catch to start Australia's batting collapse. England will be the fresher of the two sides when they meet Pakistan on Wednesday. Pakistan found themselves in a duel with Sri Lanka on Monday to claim the final semi-final spot on Monday and they came through a thrilling 3-wicket victory in Cardiff. Pakistan looked like their usual unpredictable selves as they lost their opening match against old rivals India by 124 runs (D/L). But then something very strange happened to them in their next match.

England v Pakistan Champions Trophy Odds

England 4/11, Pakistan 11/5 They looked like world beaters as they came through with a win over South Africa in their group pool stage match, arguably the best game still of the tournament so far. They were brilliant with the ball in hand and they got through their second tie as well through the D/L after rain ruined the play for the day. They then made a successful run chase of Sri Lanka’s measly 236 total in their final match, but it wasn’t easy for them as they got across the finish line with seven wickets down. So England will be back in Cardiff for the semi-final on Wednesday and they will await the winner of Thursday’s second semi-final between Bangladesh and India. England and Pakistan met last year in a five-match ODI series which England took 4-1. The loss in that series did come in the final match though, which was in Cardiff, with England going down by four wickets in early September. But England have won seven of their last eight ODI internationals against Pakistan now so are well up in the current form. Frankly, the margins of victory that England have produced against Pakistran recently have been pretty substantial as well. England are just boasting so much power in their batting line up, even if the top order fails like it did against Australia to some degree early on, there is enough depth to pull them out of the weeds. Joe Root is 5/2 at Boylesports in the top England batsman market (and is fourth top scorer in the tournament so far), with Eoin Morgan at 9/2 and Ben Stokes at 11/2. Pakistan's top option is Babar Azam at 10/3. Liam Plunkett has to be big value at 3/1 to be England’s Top Bowler. Prediction: Pakistan pulled out a bowling masterclass in their duel with South Africa at a crucial time and England will have to be wary of Hasan Ali. However, there are inconsistencies there with Pakistan still and it is hard to find any kind of flaw in England’s approach to batting, bowling or fielding at the moment. The hosts are value to progress. Boylesports are running an ICC Champions Trophy special promotion. Get your money back as a free bet if your team scores 300+ runs but fails to win in every ICC Champions Trophy match. There is a max refund £20 per customer as a free bet and applies to single bets placed on pre-match Match Betting only. One free bet per customer per match, qualifying bet is first placed on the match betting market. Runs scored in a super over do not count. Register an account with Boylesports and place a bet of £10 or more at odds of EVENS (2.0) or greater, and receive £30 in FREE BETS.
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Boylesports offer Double Winnings in Ireland v Austria betting

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Ireland banked themselves a great 1-0 win over Austria in the first group meeting with them in World Cup 2018 qualification. Now the Irish get the chance to double up over the Austrians when they play host to them on Sunday. This is a huge game for Ireland because they will move three points clear of Serbia, who play on Sunday, if they can take the win. So this is a great chance to pressure the Serbians by taking a big step towards World Cup 2018 for themselves. Can the Irish deliver an all-important win over Austria, who themselves are in desperate need of a win to keep their own qualification hopes alive? Get Double Winnings as a free bet from Boylesports if the crossbar is hit in Ireland v Austria. This Boylesports offer applies to all markets and customers have to opt in to get the offer. There is a maximum stake of £20 per customer with a maximum bonus per customer of a £500 free bet. This applies to all winning single bets over all pre-match markets and there is one qualifying bet per customer (first bet placed on match). The ball must rebound back into active play off the crossbar, the side posts do not qualify for this offer. The initial stake will be paid out in cash with the winnings doubled as a free bet. Customers depositing via Neteller or Moneybookers will not qualify for this offer. Register an account with Boylesports and place a bet of £10 or more at odds of EVENS (2.0) or greater, and receive £30 in FREE BETS.
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Boylesports offer Double Winnings in Scotland v England betting

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After a break of fourteen years in which these two old rivals never met, we have had a veritable flurry of meetings between these two, with a fixture in 2013, 2014 and in 2016 with another one (this one) to come in 2017. Scotland and England meet up at Hampden Park on Saturday in World Cup 2018 qualifying and this is a must win game for the Scots if they want to keep their qualification hopes alive. England are steaming along at the top of the group having dropped just the two points along the way. England are 7/10 to take the win, with the draw at 5/2 and Scotland at 17/4. Get Double Winnings as a free bet from Boylesports if the crossbar is hit in Scotland v England. This Boylesports offer applies to all markets and customers have to opt in to get the offer. There is a maximum stake of £20 per customer with a maximum bonus per customer of a £500 free bet. This applies to all winning single bets over all pre-match markets and there is one qualifying bet per customer (first bet placed on match). The ball must rebound back into active play off the crossbar, the side posts do not qualify for this offer. The initial stake will be paid out in cash with the winnings doubled as a free bet. Customers depositing via Neteller or Moneybookers will not qualify for this offer. Register an account with Boylesports and place a bet of £10 or more at odds of EVENS (2.0) or greater, and receive £30 in FREE BETS.
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Boylesports offer Lions Tour Rugby Free Bet Special

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The Lions started their tour of New Zealand in not too much of a spectacular fashion, edging out a narrow win in their opener. But there is a lot of games to come from them as they prepare for their big battles ahead with the All Blacks. It is a busy, busy schedule for the tourists, a gruelling test for the squad that will push them to their limits. Throughout their tour of new Zealand, online betting site Boylesports has a great promotion running for the Lions Tour matches. Get double your winnings as a free bet on all market if either team wins by 5 points or less! Wednesday 7th June 2017 - Blues Saturday 10th June 2017 - Crusaders Tuesday 13th June 2017 - Highlanders Saturday 17th June 2017 - Maori All Blacks Tuesday 20th June 2017 - Chiefs Saturday 24th June 2017 -All Blacks Tuesday 27th June 2017 - Hurricanes Saturday 1st July 2017 - All Blacks Saturday 8th July 2017 - All Blacks There is a maximum bonus of a £500 free bet per week per customer and this is off a maximum stake of £20 per customer. This great Lions rugby offer applies to all winning single bets over all pre-match markets. Applies to all Lions Tour matches from June 7th, 2017. Either team must have a winning margin between 1 and 5 points and there is one qualifying bet per customer (first bet placed on match). Customers depositing via Neteller and Moneybookers will not qualify for this offer Register an account with online betting site Boylesports and place a bet of £10 or more at odds of EVENS (2.0) or greater, and receive a £20 FREE BET back from them as a welcome bonus!
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PGA Tour St Jude Classic 2017 Golf Betting Winner Odds & Preview

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The countdown to the US Open continues and there is the big St Jude Classic tournament going on this week on the PGA Tour. This is being hosted in Tennessee and players will want to really try and gather some momentum ahead of the second major championship of the season. This field isn’t looking as strong as it has done in the past few years it has to be said, and that may actually be a boost for punters looking to back some of the stronger players in the field. TPC Southwind, just outside of Memphis has some big water issues for players down the back nine and with the major overhaul that the course has gone through, it’s a little tricky to really nail down past form at the tournament to apply towards what is going down in the current year. There have been two debutant winners in the last four seasons at the St Jude Classic and that includes last year’s winner Daniel Berger who came from nowhere to shine. Berger is 25/1 at Boylesports to go and defend his title. Rickie Fowler is running as 8/1 outright favourite in St Jude Classic golf betting this year and he is a man in form. He was runner-up on the weekend out in Ohio and this will be just the second appearance at TPC Southwind for him. He is leading the Tour in strokes gained at the moment and as we mentioned above, just because there is no prior track record at TPC Southwind, it doesn’t mean that he can’t get in contention here, particularly after taming Muirfield Village last weekend.

St Jude Classic Golf betting odds

Rickie Fowler 8/1, Brooks Koepka 11/1, Adam Scott 14/1, Phil Mickelson 18/1, Francesco Molinari 18/1, Daniel Berger 25/1, Kyle Stanley 28/1, Russell Henley 28/1, Billy Horschel 30/1, bar 33/1 Adam Scott is making his first appearance in a decade at the tournament and he is in search of some form ahead of the US Open next week. It may say something to punters though that it has taken him this long to get back to TPC Southwind. His last outing there he held a three-shot lead going into Sunday and blew it with a horrid 75 on the final recent. He has some demons to banish here but is carrying som form with a top ten at both the Masters and The Players. Brooks Koepka has a solid record at the event with a T19, T3 and a T2 from his previous visits. He is going to have appeal at that 11/1 price as he knows his way around the course a bit. Then you have Phil Mickelson who makes a fascinating proposition this week in golf betting. He has announced that he is going to miss the US Open so that he can attend his daughter’s graduation and that means all pressure is off of him. Like Koepka, Mickelson has a good track record recently at TPC Southwind as well, with two-second places since 2013. Another man with a bit of form at TPC Southwind is Billy Horschel who has three top tens in a row there 2013-2015 and has the game, ranking 10th in greens in regulation, to get himself in the mix and makes a great top ten finish option at Boylesports for this week for a price of 3/1. Given what he has produced lately, Ian Poulter may be worth a longer dabble at 50/1 each way as he seems to have gotten his fire back. A recent T2 at The Players coupled with a T6 at the St Jude Classic in 2014, the pieces fit. Boylesports are running a couple of promotions for your St Jude Classic golf betting this week. They are paying to six places on the tournament for your each way selections and on top of that, they are giving you your money back as a free bet if your selection finishes second or third at the event (includes ties). There is a maximum free bet refund of £20 per customer on that. One free bet per customer per day. Register an account with online betting site Boylesports and place a bet of £10 or more at odds of EVENS (2.0) or greater, and receive a £20 FREE BET back from them as a welcome bonus!
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Boylesports punter lands €11k from a tiny stake

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There’s not a great deal that you can do with €1.50, but one punter from Meath managed to turn that tiny sum into a €11k windfall on the weekend by betting on the Lotto numbers. This cash fortune came from Saturday’s Lotto Plus 2 draw. The wager was placed with Boylesports and it was just a €1.50 stake consisting of the numbers 3, 9, 25 and 28. Aoife Heffron, Spokeswoman for Boylesports said: “This is Boylesports’ fourth large Lotto payout in four days. "The recent €11,251.50 won in County Meath on Saturday’s Lotto Plus 2 draw has brought the tally up to over €50,750 winnings from numbers betting just this week. “With our customers on a lucky Lotto streak, make sure you don’t miss out on potentially large winnings from tiny stakes like the €11,251.50 won by this lucky Meath punter from just €1.50!” Register an account with online betting site Boylesports and place a bet of £10 or more at odds of EVENS (2.0) or greater, and receive a £20 FREE BET back from them as a welcome bonus!
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Boylesports Epsom Derby Money Back Special 2017

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The Epsom Downs host the renewal of the famous Epsom Derby on Saturday, which is the richest race in the country. The Classic Blue Riband event once again will draw huge crowds and already the betting action has been hot. Cliffs of Moher has just about held ground at the head of the market, joined at 4/1 by Cracksman. Cliff of Moher goes for trainer Aidan O’Brien who has been dominating the Classics. But other well-backed selections in the market come from Eminent at 7/1 and Permian, who won a key Derby trial, at 10/1. Get your Money back as a free bet at Boylesports if your horse finishes 2nd or 3rd to the SP Fav in The Epsom Derby. Only first bet on the race qualifies for promotion and you have to go and opt-in to this promotion. There is a maximum refund of £20 per customer as a free bet through the offer and it applies to the outright betting on the race only. Applies to win singles & win part of e/w singles only. If there are Joint/Co SP Favourites in the Race, both shall be deemed as an SP Favourite. Cashed out bets will not qualify for this promotion. Customers depositing via Neteller or Moneybookers will not qualify for this offer. Register an account with Boylesports and place a bet of £10 or more at odds of EVENS (2.0) or greater, and receive £30 in FREE BETS.
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