The NFL season comes to a climax on Sunday February 3 when Super Bowl LIII takes place at the Mercedes Benz stadium in Atalanta. The New England Patriots face the Los Angeles Rams and there are plenty of special betting offers available for this match. Here’s two of the very best that we’ve seen online.

10/1 Rams v 8/1 Patriots at 888sport

There are plenty of jobs to do before the game starts. An important one is to get the food in as this could be a long night. Also, sign-up with 888sport. UK and Ireland residents who sign-up before the Super Bowl begins can get a great offer. Deposit a minimum £10 and use the promo code ‘888ODDS.’ Then you just need to place a £5 bet on the match result at the regular odds. If your tip is successful, any extra winnings from the enhanced odds are paid in the form of free bets valid for seven days.

It’s NFL 14 Up – You Win at Paddy Power

It’s always irritating when your team takes an early lead and then blows it. Just ask anyone who backed the Philadelphia Eagles to beat the New England Patriots in the divisional play-offs. They led 14-0 only to lose 20-14. However, if you’d placed a bet on the game with Paddy Power, thanks to the 14 Up promotion you would have been a winner. This applies to pre-match bets only and the maximum win possible is £2500.

Predictions

The New England Patriots have plenty of experience in recent years when it comes to the Super Bowl. Since 2015, they have only missed out on one with wins in 2015 and 2017. They lost to Philadelphia Eagles last year and the last team to lose two straight Super Bowls was Buffalo Bills who managed four straight losses between 1991 and 1994. New England are 4/5 (1.8) at Betfred to win on Sunday.

The last time the Rams reached the Super Bowl was 2000 when based in St. Louis. They have lost their last five games against the Patriots but remember, New England were favourites last year and lost. You can get 6/5 (2.2) at William Hill on the Rams winning the Super Bowl.

Published by Steve Ashfield

Steve is a self-employed freelance writer with years of experience writing about everything from sport to politics. He loves his statistics and quotes them at every opportunity.

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