November 16th, 2015 Betting Tips: Monday Night Football, Bosnia, Wawrinka

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I love doing Monday’s free sports betting tips, because I get to recap the weekend’s sport, which I love. But where to begin? Well, the highlight was probably Peyton Manning getting the most career passing yards… and then getting benched. Panthers are still undefeated, Patriots are still undefeated. Cowboys are still losing, and there might just be panic in Green Bay as they slip to another defeat, this time to the Lions.

What else? Well, you know we love darts at the Sports Betting Tips offices, and Michael van Gerwen won the Grand Slam of Darts on Sunday, beating the legend that is Phil Taylor in the final. Neil Robertson won the Champion of Champions snooker tournament. Nico Rosberg beat Lewis Hamilton into second at the Brazilian Grand Prix. Hungary qualified for Euro 2016 last night, beating Norway. Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer won their first matches at the World Tour Finals. There’s honestly just so much, including the usual NHL and NBA action.

Today, we’re looking at Monday Night Football, Euro 2016 qualifiers and some tennis, so let’s get to the free sports betting tips for November 16th, 2015.

Monday Night Football Betting Tip:

Nothing says Monday Night Football like Houston at Cincinnati, does it? I’m sure we’ve all been waiting all season long for this one. But you know what, to be fair, since the Bengals are 8-0, there is a bit of interest here. Are they going to be 8-1 by the end of the night? No. They’ll win. But the question, really, is by how many points? The line is 10.5, which seems tight enough, and it’ll be a close one. The safe play would be taking the Texans with the points, but then I don’t trust them on the road. Instead, we’ll look at the total points, and with the line at 47, we’re going under 47 points as the play here. As I say, I don’t trust the Texans, and with the Bengals’ D not giving too much away, we’ll look for a low-scoring one here.

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Republic of Ireland vs Bosnia

The first leg of this Euro 2016 play-off finished 1-1, so Bosnia need to score here to have a chance of getting to the Euros next year. Ireland are decent enough, but Bosnia are the better side, they have the great Dzeko up front who equalised for them on Saturday, and they are huge value to nick a win here. A 0-0 will be enough for Ireland, but I don’t think they’re good enough at the back to hold on to a clean sheet. Bosnia to beat Ireland is the huge value play.

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ATP World Tour Final Betting Tip

Andy Murray and David Ferrer play the first game of the day, it should be a comfortable win for Murray. However, the second match sees Stanislas Wawrinka taking on Rafael Nadal. Once upon a time, the Spaniard would be a short price to win this. However, things have changed, and although Nadal is still favourite, it’s only just. For me, Warwrinka to beat Nadal is another good value bet. It should be close, but with the Swiss odds-on, he looks great value against an inconsistent Nadal whose best days look behind him.

So much tennis to bet on at Bet365.