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BetAnySports Weekend Betting Preview- Dec. 22-24

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Updated: .December 23, 2017

The upcoming three days leading to this year’s Christmas Holiday on Monday offer up a number of betting opportunities at BetAnySports to fatten up your bankroll at the No. 1 site for US players to bet on sports. From college bowl games to key NFL showdowns with major playoff implications, football is still king on the betting board for most avid fans.

The NBA offers up some early weekend betting action ahead of its traditional marquee matchups on Christmas Day, while the NHL heats things up on the ice with a full schedule of games this Saturday with just about every team in action. Throw in the final round of nonconference games in college basketball and there is something for everyone this weekend if you love betting on sports.

This Friday’s college football bowl schedule features a pair of matchups that both include teams from Conference USA starting with the UAB Blazers facing the Mid-American Ohio Bobcats in the Bahama’s Bowl at 12:30 p.m. on ESPN. The Bobcats are favored by seven points with the total set at 58.5. Also on ESPN at 4 p.m. is this season’s Famous Idaho Potato Bowl between the Central Michigan Chippewas and the Mountain West’s Wyoming Cowboys. BetAnySports has the Cowboys listed as 3.5-point favorites and the total has been set at 45.5.

The highlight of Saturday’s bowl game betting action pits the Big 12’s Texas Tech Raiders as slight 2.5-point underdogs against the AAC’s South Florida Bulls in this year’s Birmingham Bowl. The total line for this 12 p.m. kickoff on ESPN has been set at 66.5 points.

The only college bowl game on Christmas Eve is an AAC/Mountain West tilt between the Houston Cougars and the Fresno State Bulldogs in the Hawaii Bowl. Game time on ESPN is set for 8:30 p.m. and the Cougars are set as 2.5-point favorites with the total set at 49.

There are two NFL games on Saturday’s betting board including a NFC North clash between the 11-3 Minnesota Vikings and the 7-7 Green Bay Packers at 8:30 p.m. on NBC. The Vikings are listed as nine-point road favorites with Aaron Rodgers out of the lineup for Green Bay.

One of the biggest showdowns on Sunday’s NFL slate is a NFC South tilt between the 9-5 Atlanta Falcons and the 10-4 New Orleans Saints in a 1 p.m. start on FOX. The Saints have the current edge in a three-team race for the division title that includes Carolina at 10-4 and they have been listed as 5.5-point home favorites against the Falcons. BetAnySports’ total line for this game has been set at 52.5 points.

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