Sports in season: What to bet on
November is always a magical time of the year for sports betting, the NBA and NFL are just beginning, the Melbourne Cup is run, and of course there is plenty of cricket from all over the globe. Welcome to BettingPlanet.com’s guide to in-season sports betting, or how to bet and guides on the various sports and events that are on the horizon or underway.
NBA start date: October 23
NBA finish date: June 13 2020
The 2019-20 NBA season kicked off on October 23 2019, and is due to finish on June 13 2020. The Los Angeles Clippers are paying around the 4.00 mark to win the NBA Championship, with same-city rival Los Angeles Lakers narrowly behind them in the betting. BettingPlanet.com regularly previews the NBA with predictions articles, with many members of our team fanatical about basketball betting.
A-League start date: October 11 2019
A-League finish date: May 16-17 2020
Australia’s no.1 football competition, is the A-League, with it due to begin on October 11 2019 and conclude, with the grand final on the weekend of May 16. Sydney FC is paying around the 4.00 mark to win the Championship, while arch rival Melbourne City is paying 4.00 in betting. Our Australian focussed-team has its finger on the pulse when it comes to A-League betting, with regular match previews and tips articles.
English Premier League 2019-20
English Premier League start date: August 10, 2019
EPL finish date: May 18, 2020
The EPL is England’s top-flight football competition, and one of the most popular globally, with several of the biggest clubs in the world playing in this competition. The EPL has huge betting interest in the United Kingdom, while globally it is also a huge breadwinner for online bookmakers. Liverpool is the favourite to win the Premier League for the second consecutive year, but teams like Manchester City and Chelsea are also in contention.
Australian Open Tennis 2020
Australian Open start date: Jan 14, 2019
Australian Open finish date: Jan 27, 2019
The first tennis grand slam of the year, is also one of the first major sporting events for 2020. Played in Melbourne, the Australian Open draws massive betting interest right around the world. US champion Serena Williams is the favourite to win the women’s crown, while the big three, Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are all among the top chances for the men’s crown. You would be hard pressed to find a tennis betting site that doesn’t feature Australian Open odds.