The Daily Sports Betting Preview: 09 November 2009

Posted on November 9, 2009. Filed under: All things Betinternet |

The Daily Sports Betting Preview for Monday, 09 November 2009:

Tennis: It’s the BNP Paribas Master in Paris this week, the last tournament of the regular season. 1st and 2nd Round odds available on the site.

Football: Monday’s football action starts with Greek Super League from 14:45 GMT and ends with Argentina Primera at 21:00 GMT. Games of the day are FA Cup – Millwall v AFC Wimbledon (19:45 GMT) and Liverpool v Birmingham in the Premier League (Live Betting from 20:00 GMT ).

Horse Racing: Meetings today from Carlisle, Limerick, Southwell and Wolverhamtpon.

US Sports: There’s five NBA games tonight (from 00:05 GMT), one NHL game (LA Kings @ Chicago, 01:05 GMT) and of course NFL Monday, with Pittsburgh @ Denver (01:35 GMT).

Cricket: Pakistan v New Zealand, 3rd ODI starts 11:00 GMT. Odds also  available for India v Australia, 7th ODI.

Good Luck with all your Bets!

The Team


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It’s a great time to be betting in both the football and tennis calenders – we’ve had enough of fixtures now to pick out form teams in football, whereas in tennis you can review players fatigue in the mid-way point of the hard court season. Unfortunately the EU is wrecking the experience by depriving punters of an open gambling market. Support the campaign at and stick up for your basic consumer rights!

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