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Sports Betting: What’s Hot September 2011 Week 1

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Sep/06/2011

When it comes to sports betting for Week 1 of September 2011, it’s all about the NFL in the United States.  This past weekend, College Football took center stage but nothing comes close to the volume of betting action the National Football League brings in, especially the first week of any regular season.  Open your online sports betting account today at Bookmaker and receive FREE CASH up to $2500 depending on how much you fund your account to get started.  Mobile betting now makes up more than 20 percent of Bookmaker’s overall business and you can actually place bets at the games to the very end with live in-progress wagering.  Check out Bookmaker here.

Sports betting isn’t just about football.  There is some wagering on the US Open Tennis Tournament and, of course, all the international soccer leagues including the Premier League.

Let’s look at some of the games that will receive the most betting action this week:

Arizona U vs. Oklahoma State – This is a lone Thursday night game so, by default, it will attract plenty of attention.

Missouri vs. Arizona State – A lone Friday night College Football game.  Plenty of action to be had here for sure.

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Alabama vs. Penn State – The first game to be broadcast on Saturday will get some good action.

South Carolina vs. Georgia – Expect tons of action on this game following Georgia’s rough start.

New Orleans Saints vs. Green Bay Packers – Thursday’s game kicks off the NFL and will get plenty of action.

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens – Always a great game guaranteed.

Indianapolis Colts vs. Houston Texans – Will he or won’t he play?

Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Jets – Great Sunday night game.

The two Monday Night Football games will attract plenty of viewers and lots of sports betting action but the games themselves aren’t exactly tailor made for a Monday night nationally televised affair.

Patriots vs. Dolphins is the first game followed by the Raiders vs. Broncos.

In the Premier League, Stoke v Liverpool promises to be one of the better matchups of the weekend.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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