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The Premier League is back and at Spreadex we are continuing to offer an unrivalled in-play service throughout the season.
We’ll be trading every game live, whether televised or not, with more markets added regularly such as Corners Squared (total Match Corners, “squared”).
As for the opening day, new Manchester United boss David Moyes has a tough assignment as the Red Devils travel to Swansea, already up and running in the Europa League preliminaries.
We have the Supremacy for this one priced up as Man Utd/Swansea(h) 0.55-0.75.
Other opening day matches see Liverpool/Stoke Supremacy 1.3-1.5, Arsenal v Aston Villa (Ars/Villa 1.45-1.65), Norwich v Everton (Eve/Nor 0.1-0.3), Sunderland v Fulham (Sun/Ful 0.15-0.35), West Brom/Southampton (WBA/Sou 0.2-0.4), West Ham v Cardiff (WHU/Car 0.4-0.6), Crystal Palace v Tottenham (Tot/Cry 0.7-0.9 ), Chelsea v Hull (Che/Hull 2.25-2.45) and Man City v Newcastle (Man/New 1.6-1.8).
Don’t forget that we are also live with our long term markets including Season Points, League Index, Relegation Index, Season Specials and Trophy Trail as well as Championship and lower league season points.
We will also be covering the, Championship, League One, League Two, Conference, Scottish, Russian Premier League, German, French and Spanish Leagues.
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Alastair Cook’s side have already won the series, but the action is far from over. The fifth Test gets underway at the Oval on Wednesday next week and we have England at 14-15.5 on our 25:10 index to end the series with a 4-0 scoreline.
We’re also industry best price on Pietersen, Cook, Bell, Root, Trott and Prior to be top England batsman for the final Test.
As far as the series markets are concerned Joe Root will be looking to add to the 344 runs he has racked up so far. We’re quoting his series runs at 406-414, with Cook 292-300 on 218/4 so far and Kevin Pietersen 352-360 on 276-34 as it stands.
Elsewhere we have coverage of the Twenty20 Cup and the Caribbean Twenty20 Cup.
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The ATP Cincinnati continues as Andy Murray opened his bid for a second title with victory over Mikhail Youzhny. He takes on Julien Benneteau today and we have him at 1/11 to proceed in the tournament. In the ladies competition the pick of the round sees Serena Williams tackle Mona Barthel. Our Supremacy quote here is Williams/Barthel 16-18.
With the US Open on the horizon we have fixed odds prices available now with Novak Djokovic leading the way at 7/4 and Andy Murray 2/1 to defend his title. In the ladies competition Serena Williams leads the way at 8/11, with Victoria Azarenka 11/2 and Maria Sharapova 10/1.
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The US Tour this week is at Sedgefield CC for the Wyndham Championship. Webb Simpson, who won this competition back in 2011 leads the way in the betting, but will have to deal with the challenges of Brandt Snedeker, Bill Haas and Zach Johnson to name a few.
There is no European Tour tournament this week, but we will have prices on the action in the Solheim Cup and the Dicks Sporting Goods Open.
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The Super League action this week gets underway tonight (Thursday) as Warrington host Widnes. We have the Wolves as big favourites with a Supremacy quote of Warrington/Widnes 30-33.
The Rugby Championship also takes place this weekend as Australia meet New Zealand (N.Z./Aus 4-7) and South Africa take on Argentina (S.A./Arg 17-20).
We will also be covering the other matches in the Super League along with the Currie Cup, ITM Cup and NRL.
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Or click here to find out more about rugby spread betting.Motor Racing
There may be no racing this week, but now the season is developing what better time to look at our long term markets.
Vettel leads the way in the Driver’s Championship with a quote of 2/9. We also have Alonso at 8/1, Hamilton at 11/1 and Raikkonen at 16/1.
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