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Free Bet of the Month - December 2018

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December 2018 - Latest Sports Betting News

As Christmas approaches, December sees a lot of sports betting action with the Champions League and Europa League Group stages coming to a close, loads of Premier League action and some big boxing bouts.

Champions League Group Stages
The Champions League group stages enter their 6th matchday in December, with some teams already qualified but plenty of others needing a result to claim their place in the knockout stages.

Of the English teams, Man City and Man Utd both qualified for the knockout stages on matchday 5, whereas Liverpool and Tottenham will have to pull out big results on matchday 6 to get through.

Liverpool face a home tie against Napoli needing a win to ensure qualification and Tottenham face a daunting away trip to Barcelona knowing they have to match Inter Milan's result at PSV.

The outright Champions League odds are as follows:

Man City 7/2 (Betfred)
Barcelona 11/2 (Unibet)
Juventus 6/1 (Paddy Power)
PSG 17/2 (Unibet)
Bayern Munich 10/1 (Bet365)
Real Madrid 12/1 (Paddy Power)
Atletico Madrid 14/1 (Betfred)
Liverpool 16/1 (Coral)
Borussia Dortmund 33/1 (Bet365)
Napoli 33/1 (Bet365)
Man Utd 40/1 (Bet365)
Tottenham 80/1 (Unibet)
Ajax 80/1 (William Hill)
Inter Milan 100/1 (Bet365)
Lyon 200/1 (Sportingbet)

Please note all odds are correct at time of article publishing.

Man City have come back in to favouritism at 7/2 after their recent games and look very likely to win their group, following a shock opening defeat at home to Lyon.  Man City have now struggled twice against Lyon and we feel there is better value than them left in the competition.

Barcelona are second favourites at 11/2 and they do look seriously impressive, who can really argue with their striking options?  Juventus also look very strong at 6/1 , apart from their late defeat to Man Utd.

Bayern, PSG and Real madrid don't quite look at their very best this season, so overall it is looking quite wide open and a lot will depend on who finishes where in the groups and what that means for the knockout round draw.

Boxing - Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder
Tyson Fury returns in a world heavyweight title fight against Deontay Wilder in America.  This is a massive fight in the boxing world and is on PPV on BT Sport in the UK.

The big debate for this fight is which version of Tyson Fury will turn up?  He's fought two low level fights on his comeback from two years out with mental health issues in which he gained a lot of weight and was not living a good lifestyle.

If Fury can come back to his best then we believe he has the skills and style to beat Wilder, but he will have to be back to his best.  Wilder for his part, is a pure knockout artist, he is crude and is often lazy in fights, this will give Fury the chance to outbox him and pick up rounds.  However the power when Wilder does connect is immense, so it all hinges on whether Fury can keep dancing for 12 rounds or whether his fitness will become a problem later on.

The outright odds for the Fury vs Wilder match are as follows:

Wilder 8/11 (William Hill)
Fury 11/8 (Paddy Power)
Draw 28/1 (Paddy power)

Wilder is the outright betting favourite and we can see why, with 40 fights unbeaten, 39 wins by KO, this guy is a knockout machine, but he's never fought anyone as high level as Fury, so it'll be really interesting.  Read our Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder Betting preview for more details.

Please note all odds are correct at time of article publishing.