This time of year is a sports bettor’s dream with so much action on the board. Football is still at the top of the list when it comes to betting on the games, but the MLB World Series continues this weekend and the NBA returns to action in the first weekend of regular season games.
It does not end there with NASCAR barreling towards the 2015 Sprint Cup title with the first race of the Eliminator Round in this year’s Chase on Sunday and horse racing fans will have their pick of 13 different races to bet on in Friday and Saturday’s Breeders’ Cup at Keeneland. The best part of all is that BetAnySports has you covered with a complete set of betting odds for all the betting action you can handle.
One of the biggest showdowns in college football this Saturday pits the No. 9 Notre Dame Fighting Irish on the road against the surprising No. 21 Temple Owls, out of the AAC. BetAnySports has listed the Irish as 10-point favorites with the total set at 50.
Notre Dame comes into this game with a 6-1 record both straight-up and against the spread and the total has gone OVER in four of its first seven games. The upstart Owls have reeled-off seven straight victories to start the season with a 5-2 mark ATS. The total has stayed UNDER in four of their first seven contests. These two teams last met on opening day in 2013 with the Irish coming away with a 28-6 win as 27.5-point home favorites.
The top matchup in the NFL in Week 8 is a Sunday night inter-conference battle between the 6-0 Green Bay Packer and the 6-0 Denver Broncos. BetAnySports has listed the Packers as three-point road favorites and it has set the betting odds for the total at 45.5.
Green Bay is coming off a bye week and it has gone a profitable 5-1 ATS during its current winning streak with the total has staying UNDER in four of the six games. The Broncos are also coming off their bye week with a 4-1-1 record ATS. The total has gone 2-3-1 in their first six games. Including the Packers’ 31-24 loss to Denver in Super Bowl XXXII back in 1998, they still have a 5-2 edge both SU and ATS in the last seven meetings.