Super Bowl 2019: Predictions, tips, odds and Betting guide
THE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS are favourites to win this year’s highly anticipated Super Bowl.
They have made their third consecutive final and will be out for revenge against the LA Rams after their shock defeat in last year’s showdown.
The New England Patriots are the slight favourites to lift the Vince Lombardi trophy at 5/7 with Redzone.
Meanwhile the LA Rams are 6/5 to win and inflict more Super Bowl heartache on the patriots.
In the MVP betting it’s unsurprisingly the Patriots’ superstar quarterback Tom Brady who leads the way at 13/10.
This could be his last ever Super Bowl and this would be the fifth time the veteran has been crowned MVP.
Despite being underdogs, the Rams are favourites to score the first touchdown of the game.
Todd Gurley, the number one ranked running back of the regular season leads the way at 13/2 to secure the first touchdown.
Redzone: Super Bowl 2019
New England Patriots: 5/7
Los Angeles Rams: 6/5
Over 56.5: 25/26
Under 56.6: 50/57
Todd Gurley: 13/2
Sonny Michel: 3/1
Tom Brady: 13/10
Jared Goff: 5/2
Brady retirement odds
Tom Brady to announce official retirement during or before the post Super Bowl press conference: 6/1
Redzone have already received a whopping £40,000 wager on Rams to win and another £10,000 laid down on there to be over 56 points in the game.
This year’s showdown is on course to become the biggest betting event in the sport’s history with over £250 million to ride on the outcome.
Stephen Baumohl of Redzone said: “With five rings for both Brady and Belichick, there’s a reason the Patriots are favourites but you can’t forget how dominant in attack the Rams have been this season.
“It is one of the tightest ever Super Bowls to call with that man, the greatest of all time Brady, guaranteed to play a starring role, looking for his sixth ring.
“We expect a number of big bets to come in over the weekend right up to the start of the game.
“One thing is for certain though, when it comes to the Patriots and the Rams serving up a classic for Super Bowl LII, all bets are off.”
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