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Today's Betting Odds and Picks

Superbowl LVI maybe a distant memory but the new season will start in a few short months, in the meantime, there is plenty of NBA betting to keep you occupied as well as other sports such as Golf and Soccer. 

Use our football analytical stats tool to find out how the two teams match up and what players you should be making your prop wagers on, remember their is value in that rather than just who wins or loses. You can track our stats over the season by team or on a week-by-week basis, go on take a look.

NFL Odds

Canelo vs. Bivol Predictions: Our Pick is Canelo by Knockout

In the Light-Heavyweight division, there is a WBA Super World Title clash in Las Vegas this coming weekend between Dmitry Bivol (the current champion) and the world champion Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez. We've… Read Article

Buccaneers @ Eagles Predictions: Philly to keep it interesting

The defending Super Bowl Champions play their second Thursday night game of the season as they travel up to Philly to face the Eagles. Can Tom Brady and Co. record their fifth victory? Neil Monnery has a look at the betting lines… Read Article

Georgia vs. Auburn Predictions: Auburn to keep it competitive

Auburn are not a bad team this year but Georgia have been dominant so far in the 2021 season so the question is can the Tigers keep it close? Neil Monnery takes a look... Read Article

Alabama vs. Texas A&M Predictions: Tough to bet against Bama

Alabama take on Texas A&M on Saturday night in what should be one of the most one-sided primetime games on network TV this season (even more so than  Indiana @ Penn State last week) but it still offers up betting opportunities… Read Article
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US Sports Betting

In May 2018, the Supreme Court ruled by 7-2 that parts of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 were unconstitutional. On the same day they ruled by 6-3 that all of the act was unconstitutional and therefore it was repealed. This meant that sports gambling was once more not deemed illegal by the highest court in the land, which allowed states on a state-by state basis to decide whether or not to legalize sports gambling.

Since that day many state legislatures have brought forward bills to allow some form of sports gambling. 14 states have already taken their first legal bet with many others waiting in the wings. You can check out our tracker of states that allow legal sports gambling to see if the state you live in or are visiting allows legal sports wagers.

The importance of the legalization of sports betting onshore is to help keep your money safe and secure. With offshore accounts, there is no come back if anything goes wrong. With legal, regulated sports betting you can be sure that your details and money are safe. Also many states use this tax bonus to fund important projects that help everyone living in their state, so you know that some of the profits are going to benefits those around you.

We at are here to navigate through the pitfalls of opening an Online Sportsbook account. What you can expect to find from us include:

Odds - We list the odds from our Sportsbook partners in the US for all the major sporting events.

Picks - This is what a lot of you will be interested in. Season and match previews along with a bucketload of picks from a variety of sports.

Betting tools - We've created a Parlay Calculator for those looking to calculate the odds of their parlay bets.

Sign-up Offers - We have sign-up offers for new customers from our partners in IA, IL, IN and NJ with plenty more to come.

Education - We offer up plenty of educational guides for those new to sports betting.

The people behind this page

The's online gambling content experts who helped write, edit and check this page:
Jack Kitson is the Editor of Betting Odds and The Sack Race. He is an NCTJ-qualified sports journalist who has accumulated over 10 years of experience in the sports betting industry. His work on The Sack Race was honoured by a panel of experts at the Football Blogging Awards where it was named the Best Gambling Football Blog. Jack created the popular YouTube series ‘In The Managers Office’ featuring exclusives with Chris Wilder and Ian Holloway, while his work has been referenced within numerous publications such as The Guardian, BBC Sport, The New York Times, and Washington Post.