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Popular Bets, Most Bet on Sides Thursday PM: Bills See 67 Percent Action at Game Time

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Nov/02/2017

Here we have your most popular bet on matches and wagered on sides as of Wednesday late November 2 (8 pm EST) Find live odds here

HEAVY UPCOMING BOOKIE EXPOSURE

Bills -3 67%

Warriors -7.5 78%

Eagles -8.5 86% (this had come down around 8 percentage points from yesterday but will likely be over 75% still by game time Sunday)

Barcelona 62%

*While the Bills came down to 67% of the action, this was still substantially lopsided for a Thursday Night Football game and was leaving the bookmakers exposed.

*Navy had balanced out to around 57% of the action by game time Thursday. 

MOST BET ON MATCHES

Bills vs. Jets

Warriors vs. Spurs

Broncos vs. Eagles

Rams vs. Giants

Penn State vs. Michigan State

Barcelona v Sevilla

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- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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