Most Bet on Sides November 20: Monday Night Football Won’t Help Books

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Nov/20/2017

Gambling911.com has your top exposures for Monday and beyond, noting that the Monday Night Football between the Falcons and Seahawks was balanced.  As such the books don’t have a savior or slayer in this one following a complete bloodbath brought about by the Eagles, Patriots and Jaguars covering this past weekend.  LIVE ODDS HERE

Monday’s Top Exposures

Boston Celtics -8 88%

Creighton -2.5 95% (VERY EARLY)

Monday’s Top Matchups

Atlanta Falcons vs. Seattle Seahawks

Eibar v Betis

Dynamo Dresden v Kaiserslautern

Hellas Verona v Bologna

Brighton v Stoke

Upcoming Top Exposures

***Minnesota Vikings -1.5 72% (November 23)

***The Vikings one-sided action as heavy very early on.

Upcoming Top Matchups

Minnesota Vikings vs. Detroit Lions (November 23)

Sydney FC v Adelaide United (November 21)

Besiktas v Porto (November 21)

Spartak Moscow v Maribor (November 21)

Napoli v Shakhtar Donetsk (November 21)

Borussia Dortmund v Tottenham (November 21)

Monaco v RB Leipzig (November 21)

Sevilla v Liverpool (November 21)

Apoel Nicosia v Real Madrid (November 21)

Man City v Feyenoord (November 21)

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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