The Daily Sports Betting Preview: 26 November 2009

Posted on November 26, 2009. Filed under: All things Betinternet | Tags: , , , , |

The Betinternet.com Daily Sports Betting Preview for Thursday, 26 November 2009:

Football: After the last two days, nearly the whole football world is taking a breather and there’s not much going on. Some Italian Cup and one French Ligue 2 game are about all there is worth mentioning for today.

Live Betting today for:

19:30 GMT: Italian Cup, Napoli v Cittadella
19:30 GMT: Italian Cup, Palermo v Reggina

US Sports: Only two NHL and two NBA games tonight, but there are of course three NFL games going on for Thanksgiving in the US of A, with the earliest one starting at 17:30 GMT.

Tennis: It’s still the ATP World Tour Finals from London this week, with Andy Murray v Fernando Verdasco at 14:15 and Roger Federer v Juan Martin Del Potro at 20:45 GMT.

Golf: The World Cup of Golf and the Casio World Open both coninue today and updated odds will be made available as soon as possible.

Basketball: Seven games in the EuroLeague today, with the earliest starting at 18:15 GMT.

Horse Racing: Meetings today at Dundalk, Kempton, Newbury, Taunton, Thurles and Uttoxeter. Earliest race is the 12:15  Kase Hotel Novices´ Hurdle at Uttoxeter.

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Good Luck with all your Bets!

The Betinternet.com Team

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