Here at SportsBetListings.com we provide daily sports betting predictions articles on a variety of sports.
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- Boxing – A busy category here at Sports Bet Listings thanks to our boxing handicapper Ian.
- Golf – Nick is our resident golf betting writer and he will be providing his top picks for every tournament throughout the season.
- MLB (Baseball) – Evan, our MLB guy, is consistently having winning weeks betting on baseball.
- MMA (UFC) – Brandon provides picks for every UFC event as well as some others.
- NFL Football – We’ve got a few different NFL writers adding their predictions to the site this year.
Or keep reading to look at the 10 most recent predictions articles posted here at Sports Bet Listings.
For the first time in 36 years, team golf makes a return to the PGA Tour. The format of the Zurich Classic has changed and there will be two winners
Kubrat Pulev vs Kevin Johnson Preview April 28th Veteran Kevin Johnson of America will be challenging Kubrat Pulev of Bulgaria for his WBA Intercontinental Heavyweight Championship this Friday, April 28th
Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko Preview April 29th There will be 90,000 fans packed into the famous Wembley Stadium in London, England this Saturday, April 29th when England’s unbeaten Anthony
Five days ago I previewed the Diamondbacks and Padres from Petco Park and I recommended backing Zack Greinke against Jhoulys Chacin. Greinke pitched better than I figured he would but
I’m adding a second play to the card tonight in addition to the Royals and Rangers, which you can also find on Twitter as a play. This one is a little more
The Boston Celtics played harder than any team in the entire NBA for five and a half months. They earned the one-seed for their effort and set the standard that
I was stuck between the Diamondbacks and the over in Wednesday’s write-up. Turns out Jhoulys Chacin throws a gem and beats Greinke, 1-0. Padres and the under. These things happen.
Errors tipped the total over in our last play, last week in the Rays and Yankees game. That drops the write-ups to 1-2-1 midway through April and I’ve got some
It was a weekend away from televisions, computers and what 99 percent of humanity may refer to as “life” for me this weekend. Consequently, I only have box scores and
The Valero Texas Open always proves to be a great week on a course that gives away absolutely nothing. TPC San Antonio measures 7, 435 yards and plays as a