The PGA and La Liga are back, and there may be nobody happier about it than the West Virginia sports betting crowd. WV sportsbooks are, of course, ready to accommodate.
Spain’s top-flight men’s club soccer league and the world’s top men’s golf fixture just add to a schedule that already features:
- Korean Baseball
- Table Tennis
La Liga boosts and promos at WV sportsbooks
La Liga fans will see their favorite clubs on the pitch for the first time in months, starting Thursday. Matches continue Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
BetMGM WV Sportsbook and FanDuel Sportsbook have bettors who are considering markets on these matches covered. BetMGM offers an odds boost on FC Barcelona in its match against RCD Mallorca on Saturday.
If you take Barcelona to win the match, BetMGM will shorten those odds from -330 to -200. FanDuel, on the other hand, has two soccer promos which bettors can apply more liberally.
FanDuel offers Correct Score insurance for soccer. If you place a correct score wager before the match starts and your prediction misses on the final tally but you accurately select the winning team, the sportsbook will refund your wager in site credit up to $50.
The Same Game Parlay Insurance for soccer works much the same way. If you place a parlay wager of at least three legs for the same match and one of your legs loses, FanDuel will give you the same site credit refund worth as much as $50.
There are also promos for this weekend’s other premier event, the Charles Schwab Challenge.
Charles Schwab boosts and promos on WV sports betting apps
DraftKings WV Sportsbook hits the links hard this weekend with promos on the Charles Schwab Challenge at the Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas. For bettors who enjoy in-game wagering, golf is a great sport.
A great option for golf bettors as the challenge goes on is DraftKings’ “Bet $20, Get $20” promotion. Just place a minimum of $20 in live bets during the event and DraftKings will give you a free in-game wager worth up to $20.
Making that promo even better is that you can take advantage of the offer once per round. The only qualifiers are that your free bets have to include odds of -250 or longer and are only good for the duration of the tournament.
DraftKings also has an odds/evens promo going from the beginning to the end of the tournament. All you have to do is decide whether you think the winner’s total score from all rounds will be an even or odd number.
That bet features a maximum odds boost of $20, potentially taking your winnings up to $100. The odds on both sides of that market are +500 right now.
These aren’t the only events ongoing this weekend, however. Bundesliga, the KBO, and the UFC are still available for your betting pleasure.
Scouting out the best odds for this weekend
One of the biggest matches in Bundesliga this weekend pits VfL Wolfsburg against Sport-Club Freiburg. Only four points separate the clubs in the table and Wolfsburg wants to stay in position to earn a Europa League berth.
One of the best markets at BetMGM on that match asks bettors to predict the result of both halves. For example, the odds on Freiburg leading at halftime, then Wolfsburg ultimately prevailing, currently sit at +2000.
The Nexen Heroes have had one of the strongest offenses in the KBO this season, currently sitting third in the league with 185 runs scored. They face a Samsung Lions team in their next game with a run differential of -9 so far this year.
DraftKings currently offers +225 to take the Heroes +2.5 in the game. Given the fact that opponents have stifled Nexen’s bats the past two contests, the Heroes are due for a breakout.
If MMA odds are more your style, there are nine UFC fights Saturday. FanDuel has an appealing parlay for WV bettors selected from those events.
The three-leg parlay has Merab Dvalishvili, Andre Fili, and Marvin Vettori winning their bouts. FanDuel is boosting the odds on that wager to +200 right now.
WV sportsbooks are able to offer bettors an even wider array of events this weekend. There are some opportunities which could make this weekend a lucrative one.
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