March 20th, 2017 Betting Tips: NHL Tips (20th March)

Welcome to the free sports betting tips for Monday March 20th, 2017.

I know I usually go on about football or something similar in my intro, but I wanted to mention the last week of the 2017 Six Nations championship. Rugby union for those that aren’t too familiar with it. Anyway, England had the chance to go into the history books with a 19th consecutive Test win, they just had to beat Ireland, with the Six Nations championship sewn up. Watching the last few minutes in a bar in Glasgow was great entertainment, as England lost to the Irish and missed out on history, although they did win the championship, which is, of course, the most important thing. We also saw another weird game, as France edged out Wales with a late try. How late? Well, it was into the 100th minute or so, in a game that tends to only last 80 minutes or thereabouts. If you get a chance, watch the last 25 minutes of the game for an intense spectable and an alleged bite.

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Now, let’s get onto the free sports betting tips for Monday March 20th, 2017.

NHL Betting Tips

It’s all about the NHL tonight, and I want to look at two games. First up, we have the Kings taking on the Oilers. The average goals per game ratio of the last ten meetings between the two teams is 6.5, which is a healthy statistic for goal backers. Both teams need the win here to boost their post-season standings, with the Oilers looking to get into the automatic playoff places and out of that wildcard spot and the Kings just trying to close the gap on the Predators. So take over 5.5 goals in Kings vs Oilers as both teams try and get an all-important win in the book.

Speaking of the Predators, they take on the Coyotes tonight on their return home. They’re coming off a hard defeat to the Hurricanes in Raleigh, but they should look to bounce back against the struggling Coyotes. The Predators would love a win to tighten their grip on, at the very least, a wildcard, if not a playoff spot. It’s one team with everything to play for and one with nothing, so take Predators in regulation.

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