The Daily Sports Betting Preview: 09 November 2009

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

The Betinternet.com 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 Betinternet.com Team

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One Response to “The Daily Sports Betting Preview: 09 November 2009”

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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 http://www.right2bet.net and stick up for your basic consumer rights!


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