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Boylesports Double Winnings on select Champions League markets

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The UEFA Champions League action returns this week with some top clashes like Liverpool v PSG and Real Madrid v Roma. All of the UEFA Champions League matches being played in the competition on September 18th and September 19th, 2018 are all going to be covered by a promotion by Boylesports.

The Offer

Get Double Winnings on select Markets if a penalty is scored in the match!

How to Get the Offer

The promotion is open to new customers registering an account with Boylesports. Existing customers can also take part by opting in through the Boylesports promotions page. Place a bet on the selected pre-match markets in a game and if there is a penalty scored during that match, Boylesports will pay you out double winnings on selected markets as a FREE BET up to £500. The selected markets which this offer applies to is the First Goalscorer and Correct Score markets for a game.

Terms and Conditions:

Online Customers must Opt-In to receive this offer. Max £/€20 stake per customer and max bonus £/€500 free bet per customer. Applies to all English Premier League match, Selected Live UK & International matches. Applies to winning pre-live single bets on first goalscorer and correct score markets only. A penalty must be scored directly from the penalty spot during 90 min only. One qualifying bet per market (first bet placed). Initial returns will be paid out in cash. Winnings will be doubled as a free bet, applied within 24 hours, and will expire in 7 days. Free bet stakes will not be included in any free bet returns. Offer does not apply to multiple bets. Free bets, cashed out or voided bets will not qualify for this promotion. UK & IRE customers aged 18+ through all channels. Standard BoyleSports Terms & Conditions Apply
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Punter lands €18k at Boylesports from €3 bet

Boylesports
A lucky punter from Limerick landed a great weekend bonus as they landed an acca and Lucky 15 success from the same four selection. The Punter threw down just the €3 stake on the bet and what came back was the significant rewards of more than €18k. There was a €2.50 acca played and a 50c Lucky 15 from the horses which were on races from Friday’s cards at Doncaster, Sandown, and Chester. The Acca selections returned Dancing Star at 3/1 in the 1.50 and Von Blucher at 28/1 in the 5.10, both at Doncaster, Absolutely So at 7/1 in the 4.30 at Sandown and Intransigent at 11/2 in the 3.40 at Chester.13k with the Lucky 15 bringing around Dancing Star at 3/1 in the 1.50 and Von Blucher at 28/1 in the 5.10, both at Doncaster, Absolutely So at 7/1 in the 4.30 at Sandown and Intransigent at 11/2 in the 3.40 at Chester. Because of the Boylesports Lucky 15 10% bonus 4 which is triggered when all four selections win, there was an extra €458.95 added to the total. Aoife Heffron, spokesperson for BoyleSports commented: “We have to tip our hats to our latest big-winning customer from Limerick for their shrewd punting which reaped astonishing rewards to the sum of €18,672.45 for the total stake of €10 across their accumulator and Lucky 15. What made their windfall all the more sweet was the bonus €458.95 that was added from our Lucky 15 Bonus 4 that brought them over the €18,500 mark.”
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Punter hits €11k win on the horses

Boylesports
There was a big winner from Dublin cropping up at Boylesports last week. The punter cashed in on a horse racing accumulator and Lucky 15 to walk off with a tidy sum of cash. The winner had selected a €0.70 Lucky 15 and a €1 each-way accumulator on the same four horses from meets at Chelmsford and Carlisle. Monsieur Jimmy (6/1), Majboor (6/1) and Northern Powerhouse (7/1) powered home to fill the first three legs of the bet from Thursday, August 30th and that left everything riding on Flint Hill who was a 9/2 shot when selected but ended up on the drift as a 7/1 price to start. He completed his win by a half a length at Carlisle to complete the bet. The accumulator returned €5,304.34 and the Lucky 15 paid €6,322.86, meaning the punter’s account was better off to the tune of €11,627.20 by the time the bet was settled. Lawrence Lyons, Spokesperson for Boylesports said: “The four winners across Chelmsford and Carlisle only spanned an hour and a half and we can only pay tribute to the customer for picking them out so well. "Their final selection wasn’t a popular horse in the market before the off and we thought we were safe, but they knew better and we congratulate them on a stunning afternoon’s work.”
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€6k Lucky 15 bet won at Boylesports

Boylesports
An Irish punter from Louth collected a great €6,000 win this week on horse racing. The punter had played a small €3 Lucky 15 (for a total of a €45 stake) on Tuesday’s cards from Ayr, Wolverhampton and Ballinrobe. A Lucky 15 comprises of 15 separate bets from four selections (4 singles, 6 doubles, 4 trebles and a four-fold accumulator). The bet was struck at Boylesports with the selection being Qasr at 13/2 in the 5.15 Ayr, Descendant at 11/1 in the 5.40 Wolverhampton, Santorini Sun at 11/4 in the 4.50 and Final Treat at 13/2 in the 5.20, both at Ballinrobe. With three of the selections winning their respective races and the other was a non-runner. That meant that the customer initially returned €5,632.50. But Boylesports run a best odds guaranteed on multiples (two meetings a day) and that meant an extra €1,000 was added to the total. Boylesports Spokesperson Aoife Heffron said: “What a nice way to kick of the week with a €6,632.50 windfall for a savvy €3 Lucky 15! "We want to wish our winning Louth punter all the very best with their winnings especially the extra €1,000 that was added as a result of our special best odds guaranteed.”
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Next Leicester Manager betting market heats up

Leicester
Following Leicester's defeat at Manchester United in the opening fixture of the 2018/19 Premier League season, Claude Puel is now the 5/2 favourite at Boylesports in the Premier League Sack Race. Former Southampton boss Puel was drafted by the Foxes after a difficult start to last season, taking over on October 25th, 2017. The Foxes did get themselves a top half of the table finish last term but with wins few and far between for them under Puel there was always likely to be some early pressure on him. At the back end of last season, Leicester lost five of their final seven games (W1 D1). So immediately after their defeat at Old Trafford, the pressure is back on Puel.

Leicester replacement

The Foxes did invest fairly heavily over the summer as well with Danny Ward from Liverpool, Rachid Ghezzal from Monaco (a replacement for Riyad Mahrez), Caglar Soyuncu from Freiburg and Filip Benkovic from Dinamo Zagreb. So with Puel feeling the heat early on again, it, of course, raises the question of who to consider in the next Leicester manager betting market. Boylesports has Brendan Rodgers as the 6/1 favourite* (betting odds taken at 9:23 pm on August 12th, 2018) to be the next Leicester boss, with Rafa Benitez not too far behind at 15/2 odds* (betting odds taken at 9:23 pm on August 12th, 2018). But the main contenders in the market are all managers currently in jobs which is naturally harder to get. There were reports in the Sunday papers that Roberto Martinez and Thierry Henry are being fancied as big outsiders to get the job. It is a tricky time to make a change of manager but Puel's future has a decent chance of turning positive. Leicester have a home derby against Wolves next weekend and through to the middle of October, they only meet one of the big guns in the league, Liverpool at the start of September. There are winnable games coming up for the Foxes but of course, it actually producing those wins. Leicester are 19/20 favourites to beat Wolves who are 11/4 for next week's’ big Midlands clash* (betting odds taken at 9:23 pm on August 12th, 2018).

Next Leicester Manager Odds*

Brendan Rodgers 6/1 Rafa Benitez 15/2 David Wagener 10/1 Sean Dyche 12/1 Sam Allardyce 14/1 Eddie Howe 16/1 Nigel Pearson 20/1 Michael O’Neill 25/1 Roberto Mancini 33/1 Claudio Ranieri 50/1 David Moyes 50/1 Guus Hiddink 50/1 Louis van Gaal 50/1 Mark Warburton 50/1 Martin O’Neill 50/1 Bar 66/1 * (betting odds taken from Betfair at 9:23 pm on August 12th, 2018)
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Bookmakers suffer big Pontefract payout on De Souza

Bookmaker News
At Sunday’s Pontefract meet, there was a stunning day by the pairing of Champion Jockey Silvestre de Sousa and trainer Mick Appleby. They combined to give De Sousa a win in all four of his mounts on the day and it was one of those special performances which saw bookmakers have to dig deep into their pockets. Betfred reported losing £2.5 million on De Sousa’s efforts on the weekend. De Sousa took the rides of Michele Strogoff, Big Country, Future Score and Classic Pursuit for Appleby– at combined odds of 654-1, with a Betfred spokesman observing: "De Sousa is undoubtedly the punters’ favourite – and he obliged big time. "Congratulations to thousands of our customers who went nuts after the Brazilian had a perfect day. Our high street customers have had an absolute field day combining the four rides of the most popular of jockeys." Bookmaker Boylesports was another operator who got stung pretty hard as well with them having to shell out over €16,000 for a stake of just €15.50 on a Lucky 31 to just one customer. That epic winning bet comprised De Sousa's four winning mounts along with another selection, Mr Orange. BoyleSports spokeswoman Aoife Heffron said: She added: "De Sousa’s four winners were a popular selection with punters, seeing a host of BoyleSports customers receive relatively large returns for choosing to get behind the champion jockey. Let’s just say the good day we had on Saturday was undone in about four minutes on Sunday."
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Boylesports Double Winning Offer on World Cup 2018 games

Boylesports
Bookmaker Boylesports have fired up their Crossbar Challenge promotion for some games coming up at the World Cup 2018. This is an offer where the operator will pay out double winnings on all markets as a free bet if the crossbar is struck in a selected game.

How It Works

Customers will have to opt-in to get this offer and the offer applies to all winning single bets over ALL pre-match markets on a game. After opting in, place a bet on any pre-match selection in a game and if the crossbar gets struck in the match, then Boylesports will double your winnings as a free bet up to £500. The offer is for a minimum £20 stake and there is just the one qualifying bet per customer and that will be your first bet placed. Initial returns from the offer will be paid out in cash while any bonus winnings will be doubled as a free bet. Active Games 14th June 16:00 Russia V Saudi Arabia 15th June 19:00 Portugal V Spain 16th June 14:00 Argentina V Iceland 17th June 19:00 Brazil V Switzerland Terms and Conditions apply 18+ begambleaware.org Please Gamble Responsibly

Terms and Conditions:

Online Customers must Opt-In to receive this offer. Max £20 stake per customer and max bonus £500 free bet per customer. Applies to winning pre-live single bets on all markets in the Russia v Saudi Arabia game. The ball must rebound back into play from the crossbar during 90 min only. One qualifying bet per customer (first bet placed). Initial returns will be paid out in cash. Winnings will be doubled as a free bet, applied within 24 hours, and will expire in 7 days. Free bet stakes will not be included in any free bet returns. Offer does not apply to multiple bets. Free bets, cashed out or voided bets will not qualify for this promotion. UK & IRE customers through all channels. Standard BoyleSports Terms & Conditions Apply  
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South Africa v England Rugby Winner Odds & Predictions – 16th June, 2018

Rugby Betting
South Africa v England Rugby Winner Odds 16th June 2018 - 4:05 p.m. It is round two of South Africa v England rugby betting and hopefully, the Second Test will be as big of a thrill-ride as the first one was. England suffered a first test defeat losing 42-32 after having raced ahead to a 24-3 advantage early on. The Red Rose powered in three quick tries to rattle the hosts, but still it wasn’t enough to stop England trailing by two points at halftime though. England produced one of their better displays of the year and they were clinical and powerful in all departments early on. But they couldn’t hold out against the Springboks who are in something of a transition as they are looking to play a far more expansive running game than the dirge of power that they have been plodding along with in recent years. The first half was high octane and one of the best 40 minutes of rugby that has been seen for a long time. The second was just all about the defences of the two, England visibly tiring in the second half, perhaps the altitude coming into play. But the win evaded them and they are still going to be concerned about the number of individual errors that are in their game and have been plaguing them this year.

Changes coming

England will shuffle the pack for the Second Test with Chris Robshaw going to the bench and New Zealand-born Brad Shields coming into make his first start for England. They have also received news that Joe Launchbury is back fit and ready to go after missing the first test because of a calf injury. Danny Cipriani comes onto the bench. The First Test was a tough opener at Ellis Park and it will be interesting to see now how England settle down and try and get at the Springboks. They know that they have to the pace to do so, but in defence, they are going to have to be sharper and cut down errors. The Boks are looking to play a more open game and that does suit England from an attacking perspective because of counter-attacking space, and so there is a high potential for another high scoring game coming. For South Africa v England predictions an England +4 handicap option at Boylesports is at even money* (betting odds taken on June 16th, 2018 at 9:19 p.m.) and appeals.

South Africa v England Rugby odds*

South Africa 8/13 England 11/8 Draw 20/1 * (betting odds taken on June 16th, 2018 at 9:19 p.m.)

Head to head form

In the last decade, there have now been nine games contested between England and South Africa. From that, England are trailing badly with just a W1 D1 L7 record against the Springboks. England’s last win over the Springboks happened in November 2016 but there is a trend of tight games between them. Seven of the last nine meetings between the two nations have been settled by a margin of 10 points or fewer and five of the last seven have been settled by a margin of more than five points.

South Africa v England Predictions

Our South Africa v England predictions have to call another tight game between them and we like the England +4 handicap option. England looked better than they have done all year in that First Test and remember that was at a tough altitude which forced them onto the back foot (in part) in the second half. But the gaps were there for England and nearly got themselves back into it at the end of the first match. Back them to get a win this time around and aren't bad value at that 11/8 odds outright* (betting odds taken on June 16th, 2018 at 9:19 p.m.).
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US Masters Specials – Golf Odds

Tiger Woods (USA)
Coral are paying out on the first 10 places for each-way purposes at this week's US Masters and that is just one of the almost countless specials tempting punters ahead of the first golfing Major of the season. Maybe it's because the Masters is played on the same course every year that makes it such a big event for golfing enthusiasts on both sides of the Atlantic. Other Majors tend to be spread about the country but the Augusta National has been the home of the Masters since it was first stage in 1934. It was known as the Augusta National Invitational back then but it was just five years before the title US Masters was adopted. The first of the famous Green Jackets was awarded to Sam Snead in 1949 but there have only been 35 individual wearers of golfing's most famous attire, even though the tournament celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. Another legendary figure, Jack Nicklaus, won it six times between 1964 and 1986 and is also the oldest recorded winner at more than 46. Tiger Woods is the youngest winner of the US Masters at 21 years and three months and also holds the record for the lowest-ever four round score and the biggest winning margin, 12 strokes. Tiger, now 42, will be bidding for a fifth Master title this year but his last victory at Augusta came in 2005 and that long wait for a tournament win of any description goes on, though he's only 10/3 with Coral for a top five finish. Betway will pay you out as a winner if your ante-post selection is at the top of the leaderboard after the opening 18 holes, as long as you have staked between £5 and £20 in a win single or each-way bet, but you can have a wager on the first-round leader with most bookmakers independently if you want a quick return. Woods is a general 20/1 with Justin Rose, so unlucky not to win overall last year, at the same odds. Rose is a best 16/1 to go one better at the final day this year with Betfred and Boylesports will give you money back as a free bet if your selection in the outright betting for the US Masters finishes second or third (up to £20). England's Justin Rose is second only to Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy in the betting to be Top European at Augusta over four rounds (a best 9/2) and ahead of Paul Casey and Jon Rahm (both a best 15/2). Ian Poulter, who only qualified for the tournament thanks to victory in last week's Houston Open, is a general 18/1 in the same market but I have counted more than 80 different betting markets which can be accessed.
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Boylesports Cheltenham Special: Get Free Bet if horse is 2nd or 3rd to the SP Fav

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Are you fed up with close misses at races? Have a look at this promo offer. Boylesports might really help you to spare frustrations. Get Free Bet if horse is 2nd or 3rd to the SP Fav* Free bet up to £20 per race if your selection finishes 2nd or 3rd to the SP Favourite at any Cheltenham Festival race. Applies to outright betting only, applies to win or win part of e/w outright singles only, one bet per customer (first bet on the race) max free bet of £20 per customer per race, applies to Cheltenham races March 13th – 16th. *18+. UK/IRE customers only. Max refund £/€20. Win or win part of e/w outright singles only. Min field size required. 1st bet on each race. Free bet expires after 7 days. Free/void/antepost bets don’t qualify. T&Cs apply. See full T&Cs and details directly at Boylesports' website. 18+ Please gamble responsibly. Boylespports Terms and Conditions Stake refunded as free bet if your selection finishes 2nd or 3rd to the starting price favourite at The Cheltenham Festival. Max refund £/€20 per customer as a free bet. Applies to Outright Betting only. Applies to win singles & win part of e/w singles only. Does not apply to antepost bets Only first bet on each race qualifies for promotion. If there are Joint/Co SP Favourites in the Race, both shall be deemed as an SP Favourite. 2nd place refund applies only to races with 5 or more runners. 3rd place refund applies only to races with 8 or more runners. Free bets and void bets do not qualify for this promotion. Free bets will be applied within 24 hours and will expire after seven days. Applies to UK and Ireland customers through all channels. Standard BoyleSports Terms & Conditions Apply. Boylesports Sportsbook Free Bet T&Cs: 1. Free bet will be applied as 1 x €30 free bet. 2. The free bet will be applied within 1 hour of settlement of the qualifying bet. 3. Free bets cannot be transferred. 4. Free bets will expire within 7 days. 5. Free bet stakes will not be included in any free bet returns. 6. We reserve the right to amend or withdraw this offer without prior notice. 7. We reserve the right to withhold free bets if there is a reason to believe the offer is being abused, to include but not limited to account(s) sharing IP addresses, the same family name/address, or other common identifiers. 8. BoyleSports decision in respect of any promotion is final. 9. Standard BoyleSports Terms & Conditions apply. See full T&Cs and details directly at Boylesports' website. 18+ Please gamble responsibly.
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