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Soccer – Top domestic leagues, Champions League and UEFA Nations League

Soccer – Top domestic leagues, Champions League and UEFA Nations League
There’s some exciting Soccer to look forward to this month including matches from the top domestic leagues and fixtures from the Champions League group stage. There will also be a string of high profile International games as teams continue to compete in the UEFA Nations League. As always there will be a range of pre-match and In-Play markets available on every game and your customers can also take advantage of our Bore Draw Money Back offer.

Basketball – NBA season starts
The NBA returns this month and your customers will be able to enjoy a fantastic selection of pre-match and In-Play betting opportunities on every game. Our Parlay Bonus will also apply throughout the season, making this the perfect time to promote bet365.

UFC – Khabib Nurmagomedov v Conor McGregor
Conor McGregor returns to UFC as he challenges Khabib Nurmagomedov for the lightweight title as part of UFC 229 on the 6th October in Las Vegas and bet365 will be offering a range of pre-match and In-Play markets for your customers to enjoy.

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Champions League knockout stages

Champions League knockout stages

There’s some fantastic Soccer taking place this week with fixtures from the Champions League knockout stages, Premier League and the EFL Cup final to look forward to.

The action gets underway on Tuesday as Man City host Monaco and Bayer Leverkusen meet Atletico Madrid, before Leicester take on Sevilla at Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán and Porto battle Juventus on Wednesday.

Attention turns to the Premier League on Saturday as David Moyes’ Sunderland visit his former club Everton. Other notable games include the potential relegation six-pointers at Selhurst Park and the KCOM Stadium as Crystal Palace and Hull welcome Middlesbrough and Burnley respectively. Elsewhere, Antonio Conte’s Chelsea entertain Swansea looking for their first win in four attempts against their visitors.

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Tottenham against West Brom

Tottenham against West Brom

Tottenham against West Brom After a break for FA Cup and EFL ties the Premier League returns this weekend and the lunchtime game on Saturday pits TottenhamAfter a break for FA Cup and EFL ties the Premier League returns this weekend and the lunchtime game on Saturday pits Tottenham against West Brom. Spurs are in a rich vein of form having won their last 6 games in all competitions. They’ve scored 17 times and conceded just 3 in that run, so are in good condition at both ends of the pitch. They’ll be firm favourites against Tony Pulis’ men at 3/10, but it’s not likely to be a massively one-sided affair – the Baggies may have only won 3 of their last 13 away games in all competitions but they haven’t lost any of those by more than one goal. A cagey game may be on the cards, and bearing in mind that West Brom lost 1-0 away to both Chelsea and Arsenal last month a repeat scoreline is the most likely outcome and as such is 6/1 at bet365 .
From the 3pm kick-offs Arsenal look to be the standout team as they’re away to a Swansea side who’ve lost 5 of their last 6 games in all competitions and have the worst home defensive record in the league, conceding 23 times in 10 games. Coincidentally that’s the same number of goals that Arsenal have scored on their travels in the league this season, so this game is pitching the league’s most prolific away attack against its most porous home defence. Olivier Giroud is in fine form for the Gunners, having scored in each of his last three games, whilst Alexis Sánchez has been consistently brilliant throughout the season, claiming 13 goals and 8 assists so far in this league campaign either of which will be likely to make first goalscorer with Giroud priced at 10/3 and Sanchez at 7/2 both with bet365.

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