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Boylesports Double Winning Offer on World Cup 2018 games

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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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2018 Winter Olympics – OAR v Germany Men’s Ice Hockey Final

Sports Betting
So no Canada in the final of the Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey Final then. After winning three of the four previous Gold Medals, the NHL’s fall out with the Olympic Committee has cost them dearly and they were shockingly dumped out of the semi-finals by underdogs Germany. There are no NHL players in attendance at the 2018 Winter Olympics, because of a dispute over insuring players. Four years ago the IOC covered insurance but weren’t prepared to do it again. So they are out and with the USA beating Canada’s dominant women’s team to the gold medal at Pyeongchang it has been an Olympics for them to forget pretty much. So now, one of the real highlights of any Winter Olympic Games, the final of the Ice Hockey will be a strange affair to see a lack of the world’s stars in it.

Germany make final debut

Germany are in the final of the tournament for the first time ever in the competition and they were so good in that semi-final against the Canucks. The question really would be though, whether or not they could really pull off a repeat performance of such a high level? Germany actually only finished third in their group behind Sweden and Finland and they had to get through a play off qualifier against Switzerland to stay in the tournament. But they then raised ambitions with a win over Sweden in the quarter finals, a side they had lost to in the group stage, before holding off a comeback from the Canucks in the semi-final. Germany had raced out to a 4-1 lead but hung on to take the victory 4-3 to beat Canada. In the Olympic Final they will take on the OAR who really haven’t batted an eyelid in getting to this stage in the knockouts and who are 8/13 favourites at Boylesports* (Betting Odds taken at 5:41 p.m. on February 23rd, 2018). They won their group with wins over Slovenia and the USA, following an opening defeat against Slovakia. They scored more goals than any other team managed in the stage of the competition as well. Their group win put them straight through to the quarter finals where they demolished Norway 6-1 and then they took out the Czech Republic 3-0 in the semi finals, the Czech’s having ditched the USA out in the quarter-final stage. While the OAR, the team made up of Russian athletes, don’t have their NHL superstars, they are able to call on a wealth of talent still from the highly rated domestic KHL league and that is going to be a telling difference at the end of the day. They would have been expecting a tough challenge in the final and must now feel pretty good about their chances of walking off with gold.

Predictions

The OAR should get this gold medal in the back. It was a heroic effort by the Germans in the semi finals but that was probably the pinnacle of their campaign. The OAR have the quality and depth to succeed where the Canucks failed. They can ease their way to success.
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Six Nations 2018 Rugby Betting – Winner Odds & Predictions

Rugby Betting
The bruising battles that make up the RBS Six Nations 2018 will be kicking off in early February and it is England look to step out against their rivals to defend the crown that they have won in the last two seasons. Will anyone be able to knock them off their perch this time around? Last year the action threw up a really competitive competition with France, Ireland and Scotland all taking points off of each other in the challenge to catch England. It was the rise of the Scots which was one of the most notable features of the 2017 Six Nations Championship and it will be interesting to see how well they go this season. Can they push on? The action starts on February 3rd, 2018 with Wales v Scotland in what should be heated battle at the Millennium Stadium, especially after the Scots snapped a record nine-match losing streak against the Welsh. Will the Grand Slam be achieved? Will anyone get the Triple Crown? [get_wp_related_posts_short]

Reigning Champions

England goes to the tournament as the reigning champions as they look to try and pull off a three-peat. They are even money at Boylesports to win the Six Nations this season as well. They have won it in the last two years and if they were to manage to land another Six Nations title this time around, they would create history, being the first side in the Six Nations format of the competition to have won it three times in a row. Twice before they have been in this position and have failed to convert. England streaked away to the title last year, winning their opening four matches and they were helped out by a competitive battle behind them with Ireland, France and Scotland all talking points off each other. England were denied the Grand Slam once again though as Ireland took them down in Dublin in the final round of matches.

Betting Odds

England Even money, Ireland 7/5, Scotland 12/1, Wales 16/1, France 20/1, Italy 1500/1

Fixtures

Week 1: Wales v Scotland (February 3rd) France v Ireland (February 3rd) Italy v England (February 4th) Week 2: Ireland v Italy (February 10th) England v Wales (February 10th) Scotland v France (February 11th) Week 3 France v Italy (February 23rd) Ireland v Wales (February 24th) Scotland v England (February 24th) Week 4 Ireland v Scotland (March 10th) France v England (March 10th) Wales v Italy (March 11th) Week 5 Italy v Scotland (March 17th) England v Ireland (March 17th) Wales v France (March 17th)

Main Contenders

England are the frontrunners, trading as even money favourites at Boylesports to land the title for the third season running. They have been taken to a new level under Eddie Jones and will be the ones to catch. They are blessed with a lot of talent and while they struggled to get going at times last season, especially early on in matches, they will be better and stronger for the experience. This time around, while they do have to go to France, they will get a final home game against Ireland and that could be crucial. Last season they were denied the Grand Slam for the fifth time in the history of the Six Nations (third time by the Irish). Ireland themselves, having earned great wins over South Africa and New Zealand in the last couple of years, they are the only ones to have beaten England with Eddie Jones as boss of the Red Rose. There were some vulnerabilities with them last season as both Wales and Scotland got the better of them, and those were blows which damaged their chance of catching England in the long run. But they are on the up, without question and are likely going to be the only ones who can actually stop England from winning the title and they will have appeal in the Boylesports Six Nations 2018 winners market. Will it come down to a final weekend decider between the two?

Other Challengers

Scotland earned themselves a lot of plaudits last season for a much more positive approach to the game. Will they be able to get under the skin of the likes of Wales and Ireland again? They probably are not going to be able to push on enough to get in the mix for the championship, but under Gregor Townsend, they reached a high of 5th in the IRB World Rankings and their win over Australia last year will have made even more people sit up and take notice. Wales just went missing last season in terms of performance quality and commitment. They did have a great chance to beat England last season were it not for the misfiring boot of Jonathan Davies but they just overall weren't sharp enough or competitive enough on a consistent basis. They didn’t put in too bad of performances in the Autumn Internationals, but they still look a bit rough around the edges are likely looking at a mid-table finish. France were a little better last season to what they have been, but they are lacking a spark. The home support doesn’t fully seem to believe in them and with a change of coach again it is just more turmoil and a lack of stability there. There is just little continuity with them and while they will challenge in their big home games against Ireland and England, they are still likely to come up short. As for Italy, coach Conor O’Shea has actually given them a little lift despite losing all games last season. They have some exciting players but are likely to need at least another year under O’Shea to get themselves going. Wooden spoon.

Prediction

England are the ones to beat and they are likely going to land the Championships Title. The crucial game could be on Week 5 when they play host to Ireland. They would surely have to get it right this time around against the men in green. Ireland would have to stamp out those drops in levels which saw them lose crucial games last season. England just look more settled and have more depth to grind their way to the title, but the Grand Slam may elude them.
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King George VI Chase 2017 Preview and Predictions

Horse Racing Betting
One of the biggest sporting events over the Festive period is the running of the King George VI Chase on Boxing Day. There has been a lot going on in the build up to this famous race as Thistlecrack goes out to try and defend the crown which he won as a novice last season. But he hasn’t been trading all that great for this renewal as he is out at 13/2 with Boylesports to make it back to back wins. The big reason for that really is because of his recent failed attempt in the Long Walk Hurdle. That was the first outing for him, granted since an injury, but there was nothing in his run to suggest that he is at his peak and he just had no finish in him whatsoever. So in only having a short time to get ready for this title defence in the King George VI Chase, it has left punters questioning his chances.

King George VI Chase 2017 Odds

Might Bite 6/5, Bristol de Mai 7/2, Thistlecrack 6/1, Fox Norton 6/1, Whisper 9/1, Tea For Two 20/1, Outlander 40/1, Double Shuffle 66/1, Traffic Fluide 66/1. Heading up the market is Might Bite who has just been backed into shorter and shorter odds across the season in King George VI Chase 2017 betting at Boylesports. He went out for a run at Sandown in November and duly won and that just increased his popularity for going out on Boxing Day and getting his hands on the King George. He was impressive last season and his drive famously got him the RSA Novices at Cheltenham this year. Twelve months ago he went in the Novices Chase and looked fully in control before falling and he should have the beating of a lot of the pack. He is improving all the time and with Thistlecrack not at his best then things could be lining up nicely for him. There’s no Cue Card for the race remember, who was well beaten in the Betfair Chase recently, and there’s no Sizing John who skipped the Betfair and is likely to stay away until the Cheltenham Festival. Bristol de Mai has been a notable name in the national hunt season and that is because of his victory in the Charlie Hall and in the Betfair Chase. He destroyed the field in the Betfair Chase and in heavy going he just pounded out a pace that no-one could even get close to matching. The ground at Kempton probably won’t be quite as testing as he has liked it for his successes at Haydock, but he’s up there at a price of 7/2 and a decent contender. The conditions will be a big question for him though. Fox Norton looks like one who can shine in the field and make a challenge to Might Bite and at 6/1 is well worth a look. He has had some good runs and he will be stepping up to the 3 miles for the first time, but the suggestions are that it will still be well within his range. He has the speed in his tank for sure and has been so strong at two and a half miles, will he carry enough stamina to contend down the end at if he's up against a rampant Might Bite?

Predictions

Might Bite looks such a great fit for the race and can have a real impact here. There really nothing negative to write about him and along with absentees and out-of-form contenders, the field is there for him to take. Fox Norton is worth a flutter to improve his distance to a sharp three miles to get in the picture.

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Rafa Benitez cut to 10/1 to be next Premier League manager to go

Newcastle
Is the writing on the wall for Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez? The Spaniard was cut down to 10/1 at Boylesports on the weekend after yet another loss. The Magpies leaked an own goal four minutes from time to hand the visiting Leicester three points from their match. That was Newcastle's sixth defeat in their last seven games, with just the one point collected in that sequence. The last time that they won a top flight game was against Crystal Palace back on October 21st. Since then in their terrible run, they have failed to score in three of their following seven and have conceded at least two goals in each of their last five games. Each of their last four defeats has seen Newcastle ship at least three goals in each. They have tough remainder for December as well with games against Arsenal and Manchester City coming up. Boylesports spokesperson, Aoife Heffron, said: "Benitez knew it would be a tough task to revive a fleeting Newcastle and once again the club’s relegation concerns are becoming all too real. "Having failed to record a win since October, Rafa could be joining the long list of managers given their P45, which is currently priced at 10/1 that he will be the next manager axed in the Premier League." The Magpies have also been moved in from a price of 9/2 down to 3/1 at Boylesports to suffer Premier League relegation this season as that has become a reality because of their slump. Swansea's Paul Clement remains the Premier League Next Manager To Leave favourite at 11/10, with Stoke boss Mark Hughes having received a lot of attention recently as the Potters have slipped back towards the drop zone as well.

Premier league Next Manager To Leave Odds

Paul Clement 11/10, Mark Hughes 6/4, Mauricio Pellegrino 7/1, Rafa Benitez 10/1, David Moyes 12/1, David Wagner 16/1, Sean Dyche 25/1, bar 33/1.

Premier League Relegation Odds

Swansea 2/5, West Brom 6/4, Crystal Palace 11/8, Huddersfield 7/4, West Ham 5/2, Brighton 5/2, Newcastle 3/1, Bournemouth 10/3, Stoke 9/2, bar 20/1
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Boylesports offer Benfica v Man Utd free scorecast bet

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Manchester United have comfortably won their opening two games of the UEFA Champions League group stage this season and they will be expected to do a number on Benfica out in Portugal on Wednesday night. The Red Devils have only lost once against Benfica before. In contrast to the start Manchester United have produced, Benfica have had a tough start to their campaign with back to back loses. Will they be able to raise a response? Boylesports are running a free scorecast bet offer for Benfica v Man Utd. Free £2 Scorecast when you back a £5 First Goalscorer and £5 Correct Score on Benfica v Manchester United. T&C’s Apply, 18+. Please Gamble Responsibly. See details directly at the Boylesports website. This offer from Boylesports is open to both new and existing customers. Place a first goalscorer and correct score on Benfica v Manchester United game and get a free scorecast on your selections. Customer must place a pre-live £5 first goalscorer bet and a pre-live £5 correct score on Benfica v Manchester United game and they will receive a £2 free scorecast on the same game. A minimum stake of £5 is required for each qualifying bet. You will receive a free bet in the form of a £2 scorecast automatically placed on your selections. In-Play selections will not qualify for the offer. One free bet per customer per match. Customers depositing via Neteller and Moneybookers/Skrill will not qualify for this offer. Only first bet of £5 or more placed on First Goalscorer and first bet of £5 or more placed on Correct Score qualifies for free £2 scorecast.
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Boylesports Real Madrid v Tottenham Double Winnings offer

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Tottenham’s Champions League credentials will be put to the test on Tuesday night when they go to the Bernabeu to face Real Madrid. Both Spurs and the Spaniards have collected maximum points from their opening two games of the campaign and so this is showdown for supremacy in the group. Will they be able to keep the Merengues quiet and cause a shock out in Spain or will Real Madrid’s supreme European home from win out? Boylesports are offering Double Winnings for Real Madrid v Tottenham if the crossbar is hit in the match! The offer is open to all new and existing Boylesports customers. There is a maximum stake of £20 per customer and a maximum bonus per customers of a £500 free bet. The Real Madrid v Tottenham offer applies to all winning single bets over all pre-match markets. The initial stake will be paid out in cash with the winnings doubled as a free bet. T&C’s Apply, 18+. Please Gamble Responsibly. See details directly at the Boylesports website. The ball must rebound back into active play off the crossbar, the side posts do not qualify for this offer. Applies to 90 minutes only in Real Madrid v Tottenham. One qualifying bet per customer (first bet placed on match). One free bet per customer. Customers depositing via Neteller and Moneybookers/Skrill will not qualify for this offer.
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