Super Bowl LIII is just around the corner and things are slowly heating up ahead of one of the biggest sports events in the world check out our superbowl betting preview.
Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots are ready to go head to head in the battle for the coveted Lombardi Trophy after going through proper thrillers in their respective conference champions to earn their place in the grand final.
Super Bowl LIII will take place at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta which will be jam-packed with both sets of supporters. Viewers from around the globe will join in the action both as the spectators and punters.
Arguably being the biggest game of the year, Super Bowl will traditionally cause a proper betting frenzy as well. With a newly-regulated online betting market in New Jersey, bettors from the States are expected to hurl into the game as well.
What Do the Bookies Say about Super Bowl?
The New England Patriots head into the Super Bowl searching for their sixth title of the Bill Beilichick era. The experience of the game’s veteran Tom Brady is one their side and it comes as a little surprise to see Patriots installed as the game favorites at about -140.
The Los Angeles Rams are looking to grab their first title and signal the generation shift in the NFL which will be easier said than done, however. The Rams are currently available at a +120 moneyline.
Game lines on winning margin are an interesting alternative most bettors look highly appreciative of and with New England Patriots at +350 and Los Angeles Rams on +375 for a 1-6 winning margin, it’s definitely a good selection to illustrate just how close both clubs are lined up ahead of the big game.
The Patriots finished off the NFL Conference Championship with a 37-31 victory over the Chiefs in a margin that perfectly fits the bill here, whereas the Los Angeles Rams edged past the Saints with an even narrowed 26-23 win in the Championships match.
Those willing to spice things up on the individual props can get -188 on Patriots’ Sony Michel to score the touchdown any time in the match, while Rams’ Todd Gurley and CJ Anderson follow with -150 and -1125, respectively.
Most of the picks are expected to go to the over/under where margin has dropped significantly, however, going down from a historically high 58 to as low as 56.5. It’s unsurprising when you think about it as Patriots and Rams are expected to hold it out heavily and muscle their way through to the end zone.
Who boasts the biggest muscles is up to you to decide. Bet on the superbowl from New Jersey.