Online Sports Betting – What To Bet On In the Coming Week
I hope you are enjoying the Summer Olympics from London and hope you are making some money betting the events. There are plenty of MLB games every day along with many other sporting events and games for the week. And the wait is over for football fans as we have our first NFL preseason game on Sunday.
Spain plays Australia and the US plays Tunisia in Olympic basketball action today. Check all Basketball Odds and take this opportunity to make some money on these international games. Add in the MLB and you have plenty to keep you busy betting on an early weekday.
There is some excellent men’s soccer action today. You will find odds on all the games at America’s Bookie. Take a look at the Spain-Morocco game. Spain will not be advancing as they lost their first 2 games, so look for them to take out some of their aggression against the North African team.
The World Golf Championships – Bridgestone Invitational begins today and all the big names in golf will be there, including players from the PGA and overseas. Check the Odds and Matchups for the tournament and by round.
You pretty much have your pick today. There are games scheduled for men’s and women’s basketball in the Olympics, a full schedule of games in the MLB and the 2nd round of the World Golf Championships. So basically there is no shortage of events to bet on today.
How about a little horse racing action to mix it up today? If you didn’t know it already, you can bet on horse races all over the world at America’s Bookie. One of the bigger races today is West Virginia Derby, a G2 stakes race from Mountaineer Casino Racetrack & Resort.
There is plenty to bet today also but the most exciting news is that today is the first preseason game of the NFL. Kickoff will be at 8:00 pm EDT between the Arizona Cardinals and the New Orleans Saints. We will have all NFL Scores and Odds for you all through the season and up to the 2013 Super Bowl.
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