The Australian Open has already served up a number of exciting clashes and only the best players remain standing as we head into the second week. Betway will pay your bet out as a winner if the player you back wins the first set but goes on to lose the match. This promotion runs on certain matches, so you can check the Betway site to find out the clashes covered each day. Some fans might prefer to roll multiple selections together into a single accumulator, and Bet365 is offering a tennis accumulator bonus up to 50% when you choose two or more pre-match selections. You will receive a 5% bonus on two selections, 7.5% on trebles, 10% on four-folds and so on, all the way up to 50% for 12-folds and upwards.
10Bet also has a range of daily Australian Open bets to choose from. On Wednesday, you will receive a £5 free bet on the Leicester v Chelsea match if you wager £30 on a live or in-play market on the Australian Open. The following day you will receive a free £5 bet if you wager £25 on a semi-final match and a player wins in straight sets. There are different offers each day, so check the 10Bet site for details. 10Bet also has an acca boost offer up to 50%.
The Six Nations begins this week and it will be exciting to see if England can wrest the trophy back from the Welsh. Eddie Jones’ men went all the way to the World Cup final at the end of 2019, only to suffer an upset at the hands of South Africa. Now they will be keen to banish that painful memory by clinching some silverware, but Wales will provide formidable opposition, while Ireland, France, Scotland and Italy will all harbour hopes of glory. Betway will pay your bet out as a winner on any match if your team goes 10 points ahead but fails to win the match. It has a similar offer on the Super Bowl, which takes place on Sunday as the Kansas City Chiefs take on the 49ers. If the team you back goes 14 points up, your bet will be deemed a winner, even if they lose to a stirring comeback.
Prop bet mania really ramps up around the Super Bowl. They range from the sublime to the ridiculous. Guessing the colour of the Gatorade that will be dumped on the winning coach or the attire worn by the national anthem singer falls into the latter category, but there are plenty of sensible props on offer. One involves guessing who will score the first touchdown. If you back a player to score first at Betfred, you will be paid double the winnings if he pulls it off and then goes on to score a second touchdown in the game.