Formula One Odd To Win the 2022 Driver World Championship
After the first two thrilling races of the F1 World Championship 2022, we take a deep dive into the top drivers’ opening odds to win the title of Formula One World Champion this year.
Odds are courtesy of Bookmaker.eu. All odds are current as of April 1st, 2022.
Max Verstappen (-117)
The reigning World Champion is the obvious favorite to retain the title in 2022. After a disappointing DNF in Bahrain, Max came back in great shape with a last-minute win in Jeddah. The Dutchman felt comfortable with his car and was certainly motivated to keep going beyond his personal limits to score a second title in 2022. At this early stage of the season, only Red Bull’s reliability and the two Ferrari drivers seem to stand between him and a second World Champion title.
Charles Leclerc (+195)
Ferrari’s Golden Boy had a fantastic season opener with a well-deserved win in Bahrain. He looked destined to repeat the score in Jeddah until the last few laps when his “frenemy” Max Verstappen took the lead of the Saudi Grand Prix to finish first. The two have been arch-rivals since their Karting times, and their duel in Bahrain first and final laps in Jeddah after are testament to the fact their rivalry is still alive and thriving. Charles has a great future ahead of him, but he appears a little less chilled at times, something that may very well play in Max’s favor.
Lewis Hamilton (+900)
What a difference little over three months make. Seven-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton is now first of the underdogs in the 2022 Championship! I think it may be too early to dismiss his chances, but it's also true he had a bad start of the season (although crowned by a miraculous third place in Bahrain) and an unremarkable performance in Jeddah, starting 16th (!!) and finishing 10th. Are these the signs of an end of an era or just a major hiccup in the life of one of the best Formula 1 drivers in the history of the sport? Mercedes are chasing (for now) but Lewis is Lewis and probably still a good bet (considering the mighty win his odds could generate). The next few races will tell the story.
Carlos Sainz (+1850)
The Spaniard delivers. Second in Bahrain, third in Jeddah. He struggled at first to come to terms with the new car, but he seems to have found his way pretty fast. True he came third in Jeddah, but his true potential in that race may have been compromised by the issue with Perez during the Safety Car there. He is determined, driven, and would certainly fancy the chance to have a go at Charles if the occasion presents itself. I would not write him off just yet. A surprise championship winner with odds that would put a wide smile on the faces of those who bet on him!
Sergio Perez (+2850)
I think the oddsmakers are spot on with his price. Mind you, he is an excellent driver, he has shown outstanding driving skills in the final race of last season keeping Lewis at bay as long as he possibly could. But he is a diehard team player and would not hesitate to do what it takes to allow Max to grab a second title. For this reason, I honestly don’t see him in the race for the title this year. Neither do I see him as the potential upset of the season. I know his fans may be disappointed to read what I just said, but if they think long and hard, they might end up sharing my view.
George Russell (+3050)
I have to say it, George makes my betting tail tingle. He is young, motivated, skilled, and hungry for wins. And if you doubt me, look at his performance in Jeddah! If Mercedes manage to get their act together soon enough, he might be fighting with the top guys. To be honest, I see greater motivation in him than in Lewis. He definitely earned my underdog bet (hedge bet) for the 2022 World Championship title!
The rest of the field doesn’t seem to stand any chance at this stage, with odds ranging between +30050 (yes, you read it right) and +50050.
One final note: odds will keep changing as the season progresses so if you think the two opening races gave you enough certainty, place your bets now to avoid disappointment.
A beginner's guide to betting on the MLB
Betting on baseball can be intimidating to some, especially those who are new to sports betting in general. The Major League Baseball season begins April 7th, 2022, but it’s never too early to start planning for that big bet you’ve always wanted to make!
Handicapping 101: What you need to know
Sports odds are available almost everywhere in Las Vegas, but many people still aren’t sure how they work. That’s what makes sports gambling so interesting—the game isn’t just played on a field. When it comes to sports betting, bookies (the guys who set odds) and bettors alike have their strategies. If you’re feeling confident, here’s everything you need to know about handicapping your bets and choosing a good bookie. There are two ways to place a wager: Straight up or against the spread. Straight up means you think one team will win; against-the-spread means you think one team will win by more than a specified number of points (i.e., by six points). Here’s an example: Say New England is playing Philadelphia and you think New England will win straight up, then you would put money on them at +115. If you think New England will win by seven points, then you would put money on them at -135. What do those numbers mean? The plus sign indicates that if you bet $100 on New England to win straight up, you’ll get $115 back if they do. The minus sign indicates that if you bet $100 on New England to beat Philly by seven points, and they do, then you only get $65 back because there was a spread of seven points between them. If New England loses by less than seven points, you lose your bet. The same goes for Philadelphia; if they lose by eight or more points, you win your bet. You can also make parlays with multiple teams in order to increase payouts and chances of winning but be careful: Parlays come with high risk because they involve multiple bets.
Types of baseball bets
The four main types of bets you can make on baseball are as follows: Moneyline - This is by far your most common type of bet and it's a simple one. You're either picking a winner or a loser, with no ties allowed. If you pick correctly, you win 1x your original wager; if not, then you lose that same amount. Point Spread - A point spread is exactly what it sounds like—the difference between two teams' final scores at any given moment in time. A spread of +1 means Team A will beat Team B by one run; a spread of +2 means Team A will beat Team B by two runs, etc. Over/Under - An over/under is a simple bet that asks whether there will be more or less than a certain number of total runs scored in an entire game. Parlay - A parlay involves making multiple bets on different outcomes (usually all related) and winning only if they all happen together. For example, let's say you want to place three $10 parlays for three different games. To do so, you would need to wager $30 on each individual bet ($10 x 3 = $30). If any of those bets win, then you get paid based on how much money was wagered. In our case, we'd get paid out at 300% ($30 x 3 = $90).
How bettors use sports odds
With sports odds, you can compare each team's probability of winning an upcoming game. For example, a baseball bettor may say there is a -175 line in favor of Team A and that means if you bet $100 on Team A, you will win $37.50 if they win; however, if Team B wins then your $100 bet would only pay out $12.50—you are laying (losing) 175 points with that bet. Sportsbooks also offer prop bets, which allow bettors to wager on other aspects of a game or match-up that don't directly affect who wins or loses. For example, you could wager whether Player X will score more than 15 points in his next basketball game or whether Player Y will get ejected from his next NFL contest. These types of bets often come with big payouts and can be fun for recreational bettors looking to make some extra cash while still enjoying their favorite pastime.
Creating an account at an online sportsbook
The first step in betting on any sport is finding a sportsbook that offers a good price. The two largest sportsbooks in North America are Bookmaker.eu and Bovada, although there are many other reputable options such as Betanysports, Mybookie, and Sportsinteraction available as well. Before you sign up with an online sportsbook make sure it accepts people from your country. Otherwise, you won’t be able to deposit or withdraw your money after making bets! Once you have signed up for an account at one of these sites, which only takes a few minutes, you can begin placing wagers. The process for placing wagers varies depending on what kind of bettor you are: If you like to bet on individual games then head over to their Live Betting section where they offer odds for every game being played throughout the day. You can also find props (odds on anything from who will score next to how many total yards each team will accumulate) and live casino games (like blackjack). If you prefer parlays, teasers, futures or other types of more complex bets then head over to their Props & Futures page. This area has all kinds of betting opportunities including those listed above plus proposition bets, box scores, and player props. If you want to bet on entire seasons or tournaments then visit their season win totals page where you can pick winners for everything from NFL teams to NBA teams to college football teams. Finally, if you just want to place some simple straight-up bets on sports like baseball, basketball, football, and hockey then visit their Odds & Totals section.
How To Pick Your Favorite Teams
Picking your favorite teams and backing them to win all season long can be a great way of adding some serious profit into your bankroll. This strategy is far from infallible, but it can pay off big time if you pick wisely. Of course, where exactly do you start? With so many games taking place each day, how are you supposed to keep track of everything? With that in mind, here’s our step-by-step guide for picking your favorite teams This Is How You Make Money Betting on Baseball: We don’t care what anyone says: Baseball is a very difficult sport to bet on. In fact, most gamblers who have been doing it for years will tell you they never stop learning new things about baseball wagering. That said, there are still plenty of opportunities out there for anyone willing to put in enough work—and make no mistake about it: There is plenty of work involved with making money with baseball bets. But if you want to succeed at sports betting, then nothing less than hard work will get you there. So read on below for more details! Here’s The Secret to Winning Your Baseball Bets: First things first: If you want to make money betting on baseball, then you need to understand something very important. As good as teams may look on paper, they often perform much differently when it comes down to actually playing real games against other actual opponents. And while there’s certainly an element of luck involved, understanding why certain teams tend to outperform their projections can go a long way toward helping you cash in overtime. Check Out These Tips for Making Money on The MLB Regular Season: When we talk about making money on Major League Baseball regular-season action, we aren’t talking about winning back your initial investment; rather, we mean profiting from your initial investment by placing bets that turn a nice profit over time.
Where To Watch Games Online for Free
It’s important to remember that, when watching baseball games online, there are two levels of legality: what you can watch for free (without a cable or satellite TV subscription) and what you can watch via paid services. For instance, Fox Sports Go and ESPN3 typically offer streaming of games that are broadcast on regional sports networks, but they require a cable subscription in order to view them in certain markets. Fortunately, if you live outside those areas, you may be able to access those streams using an antenna and/or other hardware that allows you to receive over-the-air broadcasts. Here’s more information about how that works. You should also note that some sporting events aren’t available for streaming at all; most notably, due to licensing restrictions, you won’t find any NBA games on national television. But even if you don’t have cable or local channels, there are still ways to stream MLB action online—if not legally, then at least not illegally.
Los Angeles Dodgers +492, Toronto Blue Jays +987, Houston Astros +1000, New York Mets +1050, New York Yankees +1100, Chicago White Sox +1125, Atlanta Braves +1200, Tampa Bay Rays +1450, Milwaukee Brewers +1500, San Diego Padres +1700, Boston Red Sox +2075, San Francisco Giants +2500, St. Louis Cardinals +2825, Philadelphia Phillies +2825, Los Angeles Angels +3250, Seattle Mariners +3500, All Other Teams +4875 or Higher.
NCAA Final Four Betting Odds and Picks
The Final Four games are upon us and the odds for each game have been released. Betting on these games is a great way to make some money, but it can be difficult to know what team to bet on.
The following article will provide a breakdown of the odds for each game and provide tips and picks so that you can hopefully win your bets.
Kansas is set to square off against Villanova in a prime regional semifinals grudge match, while a historic chapter of the UNC/Duke rivalry is set to be written.
While most college hoops bettors are likely to bet way beyond their means on the point spreads, money lines, and totals with only three games remaining on the docket, there is a bevy of props available to help spice things up throughout both games.
We believe Duke will be squaring off against Kansas in the title game come Monday night. It will not be a cakewalk for both teams to get there, but the Blue Devils and Jayhawks will find a way.
The Final Four is set to tip from the Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, LA on Saturday, April 2, 2022, at 6:09 p.m. ET.
Brady Manek Over 16.5 Points
Manek has been instrumental for Hubert Davis and his staff. The OU transfer averaged just less than 15 points per game in the regular season but exploded in the NCAA tournament leading the team in scoring with an average of 19.5 points per game. He has shot a near 55 percent from the field and sank better than 41 percent of his long-range shots.
The matchup is prime to build upon those averages against a Duke defense he had no problems in both regular-season standoffs. He led the team in scoring with twenty-one points on 7 of 16 shooting in the 87-67 defeat and followed it up with another twenty in the rematch.
He scored eleven of his twenty overall 3-point attempts. While Duke has excelled defending the perimeter in the Big Dance, they may still be beatable from deep. Manek was the most consistent performer for UNC in both regular-season meetings, and we do not foresee the big stage of the Final Four altering his record to consider backing the low side of this assessment.
Armando Bacot Under 12.5 Rebounds
North Carolina got rolled by twenty points at home in the first meeting. It avenged that loss by racking up ninety-four points in the rematch by way of shooting a sizzling 49 percent from the field in Mike Krzyzewski’s final coached home game. With the Blue Devils outboarding the Tar Heels by fourteen in the triumph, it comes to reason that not as many caroms will be there for UNC’s behemoth center to reel in. Bacot hauled in a total of twelve rebounds in both meetings. He had some issues banging with Mark Williams who averaged 10.0 rebounds in the two clashes. Paulo Banchero will not give him a free ride. We think Coach K attempts to saddle him with foul trouble early on.
Ochai Agbaji Under 16.5 Points
Though Agbaji had not even stepped foot in Lawrence back then, he is going to have to play a crucial role for Kansas to avenge that humbling defeat. Agbaji simply just hangs out in the background and lets his teammates do most of the dirty work. He has averaged 12.2 points thus far and only managed five points against a gritty Providence defense. He has not seen anything yet. Nova does not mess around defensively.
Pick: Duke to Beat Kansas +330
It almost seems as if it has been written in stone as well the Blue Devils have played the first two weeks of this tournament. If not for allowing a last-second dunk against Cal State Fullerton, they would have covered every game against the closing college basketball odds. As such, why not take a shot at a far bigger return on investment? Duke will be the short chalk and will be -120 favorites to defeat the Jayhawks. We believe the Blue Devils win and cover against North Carolina. We also think Kansas finds a way to advance against Villanova. Either way, these two blue bloods will square off against one another on Monday night.
Click here to get the latest betting odds on the Final Four from Bookmaker.eu
NBA Betting: Bucks at Nets Odds Analysis and Pick
The Brooklyn Nets are working to escape the play-in tournament; They may not climb into the top-six, but things are looking up for them.
And they have a showdown with one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference when they host the Milwaukee Bucks in the first game of TNT’s Thursday doubleheader.
The NBA game between the Milwaukee Bucks and Brooklyn Nets will air live on TNT with tip-off at 7:30 p.m. ET on Thursday, March 31, 2022, from Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
NBA Odds Analysis
The Bucks are looking to put things together ahead of their title defense. They recently got Brook Lopez back after he played just a few minutes in the season opener. Pat Connaughton and George Hill have gotten healthy giving the Bucks the depth they need for a long playoff run. They are chasing down the No. 1 seed in the East, but they are more concerned with being healthy for the postseason. That strategy paid off last season and if it is not broken do not fix it. They were on a nice roll that started after a home loss to the Nets last month. The Bucks won six straight and 10 of 12 going 9-3 ATS prior to Saturday’s loss in Memphis. Milwaukee won Game 7 of their playoff series in Brooklyn last season on their way to the title and they are 6-2 SU and 5-3 ATS in the earlier eight series meetings.
They struggled in a 127-102 loss to Memphis making 40 percent of their shots and just 22 percent from behind the arc. Giannis did his part scoring thirty points on 11 of 20 shooting. And the Bucks are hoping to have Jrue Holiday back on the floor. He missed the Memphis game with an ankle injury and is a key part of the offense averaging 18.6 points and 6.7 assists.
The Nets are still looking for the consistency that will propel them to a deep playoff run. They recently got some good news when the state of New York lifted its vaccine mandate allowing Irving to compete in home games. The sad news is that Irving’s first game this season inside Barclays Center was a dud. They lost to Charlotte 119-110, their second setback in three games after winning six of their earlier seven contests. The bottom line is the Nets have not been incredibly good at home going just 16-20 SU and 8-27-1 ATS.
They still don’t have Ben Simmons but the Nets are starting to look more like the team most envisioned a few months ago. The James Harden trade rocked the NBA leaving the Nets shorthanded and injuries to several players, including Kevin Durant, left a lineup on the court few recognized. Durant is back and Irving is free to play home games giving the Nets a chance to build some continuity ahead of the postseason.
The team also got some good news with the return of Seth Curry and LaMarcus Aldridge being cleared to play. The whole situation was a bit overwhelming on Sunday with Irving struggling in his home debut. He finished with sixteen points and eleven assists but shot just 6 of 22 from the field. “...we move forward knowing that we have him (Irving) here and build on what we have and try to get a win next game,” Durant said.
Bucks at Nets NBA Odds Pick
The Bucks will take some precautions with Giannis down the stretch and they are not too concerned with getting the top seed in the East. It is a different situation for the Nets, who have moving pieces and need to find some consistency. With that first home game out of the way Irving should be more comfortable and that has me leaning toward the home team.
NBA Odds Prediction: Brooklyn Nets / OVER
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F1 Betting: Post Race Analysis Ahead of Australia GP
The recently held Saudi Formula One Grand Prix was not shy of surprises; we take a look at what happened in Jeddah to start fine-tuning betting options for the Australian Race in two weeks’ time.
There was plenty of action in Jeddah and some impressive betting opportunities, starting with Sergio Perez odds to score pole position last Saturday. Bookmaker.eu had the Mexican driver’s odds to take Pole Position at +1454, odds that we are sure made some of our readers happy for wagering on Red Bull’s number two driver.
Max Verstappen mighty come back to win the race with three laps to go (his odds to win the race were +265) also paid big time for Red Bull’s fans who bet on the reigning World Champion to win the second race of the 2022 F1 Season.
In Jeddah Red Bull has shown they welcome the challenge with Ferrari and are fully committed to doing whatever it takes to get ahead of the Scuderia. Both Red Bull drivers head to Melbourne with large smiles on their faces
Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz placing second and third confirmed Ferrari remains a top contender for this year’s world title. The Prancing Horse Scuderia has a fast and drivable car, but Red Bull are breathing down their neck a bit too closely for their taste. Perhaps a little worrisome is Red Bull slight advantage in straight-line speed. Hard to tell at this point, given the peculiarity of Jeddah’s race led the two teams to fairly different setups.
Mercedes are there but failed to be a serious threat for the top two teams with George Russell placing fifth and 7 time World Champion Lewis Hamilton 10th. Neither of them could keep pace with the four cars upfront, something to keep in mind ahead of the Australian Grand Prix that will be held on the newly upgraded Albert Parc Circuit in Melbourne.
Esteban Ocon stood out once again placing sixth, another good result for Alpine. Too bad his teammate Fernando Alonso ended his race with a DNF. Alpine keeps progressing and the French constructor might be an up-and-coming thorn in the neck of the ones currently upfront. These two certainly enjoyed racing each other in the early part of the Saudi Grand Prix, sometimes hard racing to the limits.
Lando Norris also had a more than decent race, placing 7th. Perhaps it is too early to say if McLaren is going in the right direction, given Daniel Ricciardo ended his race with a DNF. Reliability issues seem to keep tormenting the British Team and Melbourne, Ricciardo’s home turf might show if they are on the mend or Norris stands out more for his undisputed qualities that outperform his car.
Alpha Tauri’s Pierre Gasly ending eight is a good result for a team that suffered reliability issues throughout the weekend which ultimately led to Yuki Tsunoda inability to start in the race. They have a fast car, but with technical issues still to be sorted, they might be up for further disappointments down the line.
Ferrari-powered HAAS continues to perform well, with Kevin Magnussen placing ninth ahead of Lewis Hamilton! Unfortunately, his teammate Mick Schumacher crashed out on Saturday and was unable to race in the Grand Prix. Hopefully, he will be back in Melbourne. HAAS seems to have all the numbers to be a top midfielder this season.
Alfa Romeo reliability issues brought Valtteri Bottas race to an early finish with the Finn retiring from the race. Alfa has the pace, but still lacks a little bit of reliability to be up in the fight with Alpine and Alpha Tauri. Bottas teammate Guanyu Zhou finished 11th, understandable given the young Chinese driver is only at his second race in Formula 1.
Troubles all around for Williams and Aston Martin, as their respective negative streak continued in Jeddah.
Straight-line speed, pace, and reliability will once again be at the front and center of everyone’s mind as the F1 Circus heads to the newly renovated Circuit in Melbourne, Australia. The track has been changed to make it up to five seconds faster and has recently been resurfaced for the first time in 25 years.
We will come back on this race with betting odds and wagering tips on the Eve of the Australia Formula One weekend on the 8th of April.
Formula 1 Saudi Arabia Grand Prix Betting Odds and Betting Tips
Less than a week after the eventful F1 Opening race in Bahrain, drivers are getting ready to go head to head in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Bookmaker.eu offers betting odds for qualifying and the race. At publishing time Charles Leclerc is the favorite to top both (qualifying +130, race +140).
Max Verstappen, fresh from a disappointing DNF in Bahrain, is currently priced at +180 for qualifying and +150 for the race.
While Verstappen might be the wise bet for qualifying, Red Bull’s reliability issues may not be the wise betting option for the race.
Will Ferrari repeat the excellent performance of Bahrain and go one-two again? Hard to say at this stage as Mercedes showed good signs of closing the gaps with the top two World Title contenders.
Perhaps we might be in for a Lewis Hamilton comeback. In this case, betting on the seven times World Champion would translate in an impressive win. Hamilton’s odds to win qualifying currently sit at +917, while his odds to win the race sit at +1003.
Our advice is to watch Practice 1 and Practice 2 today (Friday) to get a good feel on how cars and drivers perform on the fastest city track of the season, and then roll your betting dice. We think practice 2 will give the best indication on who to bet on for qualifying and the race.
One final word on potential upsets. In case Verstappen faced problems, Sergio Perez would be up to keep Red Bull flag flying. His odds for qualifying currently sit at +1454, while his odds to win the Saudi Arabia F1 Grand Prix sit at +1605. The latter could be the smart move to hedge your main bets on this race.
We do not think Carlos Sainz will be up for an upset at this time. He struggled with the car set-up in pre-season and his problems, though partially mitigated, continued in the race in Bahrain. We see him scoring points but out of getting pole position or winning the race.
George Russell, on the other hand, could be the star of the day. He is young, motivated, and hungry for prestigious results. If his car performs better than Hamilton’s, Mercedes will let him race for a win. And hedging your main bets with a small bet on Russell would likely put a huge smile on your face, given his odds to win the race currently sit at +3525.
The Avs welcome the Canucks on the heels of a four-game win streak that includes two shutouts—just one of those four wins came in overtime. Darcy Kuemper (.923 SV%) has been between the pipes for three of the games in that span, and he’ll likely be given the nod for the Wednesday game against the Canucks, too. In Colorado’s two previous matchups against Vancouver, they scored a total of 11 goals, and Kuemper conceded just three.
Vancouver may be looking to next season at this point; they’re three spots out of a wild card berth and have a —3 goal differential. At the trade deadline, they traded one of their top assets, Tyler Motte, to the Rangers for a fourth-round pick. With losses in five of their last six games, they will almost certainly be lacking the confidence needed to pull an upset on the road against the league’s top team. Tune in to ESPN+ for coverage.
The Brooklyn Nets have definitely performed better since Kevin Durant came off the injured list. But they’ll have their hands full this Wednesday when they visit Ja Morant and the Memphis Grizzlies. Game time is 7:30 PM ET on ESPN.
The 49-23 Memphis Grizzlies are one of the most promising young teams in the NBA, but they might not have their best player on the floor Wednesday night when they host the Brooklyn Nets.
The Nets (37-34 SU, 29-40-2 ATS) are 5-3 SU and 4-4 ATS since Durant made his return from a six-week layoff, but that still leaves them eighth in the Eastern Conference, four games out of the last guaranteed playoff spot with 11 games left in the regular season. Ben Simmons (back) might not make his Brooklyn debut until just before the postseason, and Kyrie Irving (anti-vax) still isn’t allowed to play in New York, but should be available to play in Memphis.
They haven’t clinched a playoff spot yet, but the Grizzlies (49-23 SU, 46-26 ATS) don’t have too much to worry about at this point; they’re second in the Western standings, winning five of their past six games at 3-3 ATS. Morant has played nearly as well as Durant this year, although he’s currently experiencing issues with his right knee and might not be available for Wednesday. Tyus Jones will presumably start at point guard if Morant sits.
Sports Betting is Back UFC 249 Odds and Predictions
Quarantine is finally over for sports bettors! UFC 249 gives sports fans the first opportunity in a long time to bet on real sports.
UFC 249 fight card
Tony Ferguson -190 vs. Justin Gaethje +160 -- Interim lightweight title
Henry Cejudo (c) -220 vs. Dominick Cruz +180 -- bantamweight title
Francis Ngannou -280 vs. Jair Rozenstruik +230 -- Heavyweights
Calvin Kattar -240 vs. Jeremy Stephens +200 -- Featherweights
Greg Hardy -195 vs. Yorgan De Castro +165 -- Heavyweights
Anthony Pettis -150 vs. Donald Cerrone +125 -- Welterweights
Vicente Luque -280 vs. Niko Price +230 -- Welterweights
Fabricio Werdum -330 vs. Aleksei Oleinik +260 -- Heavyweights
Ronaldo Souza -125 vs. Uriah Hall +105 -- Middleweights
Carla Esparza -160 vs. Michelle Waterson +140 -- Women's strawweight
Bryce Mitchell -165 vs. Charles Rosa +155 -- Featherweights
Ryan Spann -420 vs. Sam Alvey +330 -- Light heavyweights
The action goes down on Saturday, May 9 and will air on ESPN+ pay-per-view for the price of $64.99 for subscribers. Broadcast coverage of the UFC 249 will begin with the UFC Fight Pass Prelims at 6:30 p.m. ET followed by the prelims at 8 p.m. The pay-per-view main card is set to begin at 10 p.m. ET.
In the main event, Justin Gaethje faces Tony Ferguson for the interim lightweight championship. Ferguson is seeing the majority of the betting action so far. He opened as a -185 favorite and has since moved up to -205. Gaethje is a +155 underdog.
In the co-main event, veteran Dominick Cruz makes his first walk to the cage in more than three years when he takes on Henry Cejudo for the bantamweight championship. Bettors like Cruz as the underdog here. Cejudo opened as the -270 favorite with Cruz at +195, withthe champ now down to -210 and the challenger at +160.
Francis Ngannou is the biggest favorite on the main card at -300 in his bout against Jairzinho Rozenstruik. It’s no surprise that that bout is the favorite to be the shortest fight on the card at +110 as well.
The preliminary card is topped off with an exciting rematch between Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone and Anthony “Showtime” Pettis. The latest UFC 249 odds have Pettis to come out on top again at -160.
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March Madness 2018 College Basketball NCAA Tournament Odds
The wait is finally over. Everything is lining up for a College Basketball Tournament to remember. March Madness Odds are now available at Bookmaker.eu alongside some of the most generous signups and reload bonus out there.
Purdue vs. CS Fullerton - Friday, March 16, 2018, at 12:40 p.m. ET at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan.
The Big West Conference was filled with quality teams this season, but the Titans were the best over the course of three days in Anaheim. In all three games, Cal State Fullerton was a virtual pick ‘em per the NCAAB betting odds. The Titans gutted out close wins over Long Beach State and UC Davis in their first two games before hammering UC Irvine to take the Big West title.
Purdue’s three-game losing streak after winning 19 straight cost it a chance at a No. 1 seed. The Boilermakers losses to Ohio State, Michigan State, and Wisconsin came by a combined eight points, so they were in every game, but they just couldn’t come through in the end. Purdue did make it to the Big Ten Championship Game, but it was stopped in its tracks there by a very good Michigan team
Texas AM vs. Providence - Friday, March 16, 2018, at 12:15 p.m. ET at Spectrum Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Over/UndeOddsmakers have not been a big fan of Providence all season long. The Friars peripherals aren’t that good, but the team keeps finding ways to win games. They were favored in just five Big East games all season long and were never favored away from home. That has created some nice moneyline wins as they were an underdog per the CBB betting odds against Marquette, DePaul, Georgetown, and St. John’s.
Texas A&M has been streaky all year long. The Aggies started the year 11-1 with wins over West Virginia, Oklahoma State, USC, and Penn State, covering the NCAAB betting line easily with double-digit victories in all four games. Since that point, they have alternated winning streaks and losing streaks without any real rhyme or reason.
Butler vs. Arkansas - Friday, March 16, 2018, at 3:10 p.m. ET at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan.
At one point this season, it looked like Butler could get one of the top 16 seeds in the NCAA Tournament. However, the Bulldogs lost six of their last nine games and plummeted in the eyes of the committee. The most inexplicable loss came at home against a bad Georgetown team. Butler was an 11.5-point favorite per the CBB betting odds in that one, but lost by four.
Arkansas is one of a number of SEC teams looking to prove why the conference deserved eight bids. The SEC had plenty of good, but not great teams this season, and that led to many more getting into the NCAA Tournament then usual. Arkansas did not play well the last time we saw them, falling behind Tennessee by 19 at the half in the SEC semifinals.
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