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PointsBet’s 4x$200 Second-Chance Bets: GR8 Sports Betting Weekend

PointsBet's 4x$200 Second-Chance Bets is World Cup wonderful

The knockout round of the World Cup. The conference championship games in college football. The final month of the regular season in the NFL. It’s getting serious out there, folks – for sports fans and sports bettors alike. So it’s time for PointsBet’s 4x$200 Second-Chance Bets to lead the way.

It all starts with a blockbuster Saturday that kicks off with the United States taking on the Netherlands in the World Cup Round of 16, followed by eight conference title clashes. Sunday brings an NFL slate featuring two games pitting divisional leaders, and several other contests between teams trying to solidify playoff position.

Like we said – serious stuff. And as always, the top legal and licensed sportsbooks have rolled out a wealth of weekend specials and other unique wagers to help bettors get in on the action.

PointsBet’s 4x$200 second-chance bets are sure to come in handy.

Here’s a roundup of what’s available this weekend, beginning with the red, white and blue.

PointsBet’s 4x$200 Second-Chance Bets: Team USA

The Americans are a +340 regular-time wager Saturday in Qatar to advance to the World Cup quarterfinals against -105 Netherlands, according to PointsBet. The odds change to +175 and -215, respectively, for those wagering on the event of overtime or a penalty kick shootout. But sportsbooks have rolled out hundreds of other wagers for the United States’ first appearance in the knockout round since 2014.

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Bet365, for instance, has ready-made single-game parlays with boosted odds that include +1600 on Dutch star Cody Gakpo scoring at any point in the match, the Netherlands to win, and both teams to score. The book is also offering +1100 odds on Christian Pulisic – who is questionable with a pelvic contusion – scoring at any point for Team USA, the regular-time result being a tie or U.S. victory, and both teams to score.

BetMGM (risk-free bet up to $1,000) is offering its own slate of ready-to-order parlays on the match, including +525 on the U.S. being the first team to score, Netherlands being the last team to score, and someone hitting the post or crossbar with a shot (all in regulation).

The book is also offering +1200 odds on Pulisic scoring anytime, Memphis Depay of Netherlands scoring anytime, and a shot hitting the woodwork in the first 90 minutes. Feeling bullish on the U.S.? There’s also +750 on the Americans winning, going over 3.5 corners and over 1.5 goals, all in regulation.

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And of course there are lots of goal-scoring options. FanDuel, for instance, has Depay at +460 to score the game’s first goal. That list that includes Gakpo at +650 and Timothy Weah of the U.S. at +1200. As for the first American to score, FanDuel has Josh Sargent and Haji Wright at +500. Pulisic and Weah are at +650.

More World Cup

Of course, the Americans aren’t the only team in the knockout draw. The weekend World Cup schedule also includes other elimination games.

  • 500 Argentina against +1400 Australia.
  • -350 France against +1100 Poland.
  • -190 England against +650 Senegal (all odds in regulation from DraftKings).

For the Argentines, Lionel Messi is +210 at DraftKings to be the first or last scorer in Saturday’s match. He is -165 to score anytime. He’s also +110 to have at least one assist, and -250 to have at least two shots on target.

Single-game parlays on the match at BetMGM include +340 on Messi scoring at least two goals, Argentina winning, and Argentina being the last team to score (all in regulation). The book is also offering +1150 on Messi scoring anytime, and Mathew Leckie scoring anytime for Australia (both in regulation). On Sunday’s France-Poland match, bet365 is offering +1600 on a single-game parlay that includes Robert Lewandowski scoring anytime for the Poles, and the match seeing more than two goals and nine corners, all in regulation.

What about the Three Lions? Unibet has Harry Kane at +163 to score anytime in the match. He is followed by Marcus Rashford at +175. Behind him are Phil Foden at +285 and Raheem Sterling at +290. As for single-game parlays, bet365 is offering +1200 on England to win, Jude Bellingham to score at any time, and the match to go over two goals, all in regulation. And if you like Senegal to pull the upset, you can get them at +1400 to win 1-0 at bet365.

College football

Conference championships and potential playoff berths are on the line Saturday in college football. The slate begins with the Big 12 matchup featuring -135 TCU and +115 Kansas State in Arlington, Texas. Wildcats running back Deuce Vaughn has +350 odds of being the game’s first scorer, according to DraftKings, while TCU quarterback Max Duggan is +210 to go over .5 rushing touchdowns. If you like K-State to pull the upset, they have +550 odds at DraftKings of winning by between seven and 12 points.

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The SEC title game is in Atlanta. It matches -1000 Georgia and +640 LSU. FanDuel is offering +160 on mobile LSU quarterback Jayden Daniels to score at any time. It also has+320 on Georgia tight end Brock Bowers to score at least two touchdowns.

The Conference USA title game in New Orleans is between -180 Tulane and +145 UCF. BetRivers is offering +205 odds on the Green Wave winning and the game going over the total of 57, including overtime.

The Big 10 championship is in Indianapolis. Michigan, -850, is a heavy favorite over +575 Purdue. Bet365 is offering a +300 single-game promo that involves Michigan QB J.J. McCarthy passing for over 212.5 yards, wideout Ronnie Bell amassing over 51.5 receiving yards, and the Wolverines being the first team to score 30 points. The ACC title game is between +235 North Carolina and -315 Clemson. BetRivers is offering +500 on the Tar Heels pulling the upset and the game going over the total of 63.5 points.

PointsBet’s 4x$200 Second-Chance Bets: NFL

Last but not least is the NFL. DraftKings has rolled out its usual raft of specials. That includes +700 odds on Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts and running back Miles Sanders each rushing for 100 or more yards when Philadelphia hosts Tennessee is a battle of divisional leaders. Sunday’s other big game involves the Dolphins traveling to San Francisco. DraftKings is offering +300 odds on Deebo Samuel to hit 60 or more receiving yards for the 49ers, and Tyreek Hill to record 100 or more receiving yards for Miami.

In another matchup of note, DraftKings is offering +850 odds on Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes to pass for 300 or more yards and tight end Travis Kelce to catch two or more touchdowns when the Chiefs travel to Cincinnati. The sportsbook is also offering +600 odds on Jets quarterback Mike White passing for 300 or more yards, and Vikings receiver Justin Jefferson catching at least one touchdown pass when New York visits Minnesota.

Sunday night, DK is offering +500 odds on Cowboys running back Troy Pollard to rush for at least one touchdown, and Colts back Jonathan Taylor to rush for 100 or more yards when Indianapolis visits Dallas. And on Monday night, DraftKings is offering +650 odds on Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady to pass for 250 or more yards, and Saints wideout Chris Olave to amass 100 or more receiving yards when New Orleans visits Tampa Bay.

With so many exciting NFL options, it would be easy to want to get in the action on more than one. And PointsBet’s 4x$200 Second-Chance Bets is a great way to do that.

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