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New Years Specials 2024 with bet365

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We can’t predict next week, never mind 2024, but bet365 have tried with Sam Matterface and Steve Freeth discussing everything from Jude Bellingham to Harry Kane, the Premier League and all those “what ifs” for 2024.

So what does the New Year have in store for us?


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The trading team at bet365 have compiled a series of Specials dedicated to the 2024 and all the possibilities that it brings. From football to formula, cricket to cycling and even a bit of Eurovision for good measure, bet365 have you covered when it comes to those special “what if” bets.

The only place we can possibly start is the Premier League.

2023 saw Manchester City lift the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League, securing a historic treble on an unforgettable night in Istanbul. bet365 are 8/11 about City claiming a fourth consecutive league title, and 12/1 that they can achieve back-to-back trebles.

We have a number of other Specials available from a goalkeeper to score a Premier League goal in 2024, currently 10/1, to any team to score 10+ goals in a Premier League match, which at 20/1, wouldn’t have been deemed unthinkable at Bramall Lane when Newcastle were eight goals to the good against Sheffield United.

bet365 have any Premier League player to score 5+ goals during a match in 2025 priced at 20/1, while there are also manager Specials focused on Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp, as well as a 12/1 special on Harry Kane re-joining a Premier League team in 2024.

Jude Bellingham, a player who has enjoyed a stellar 2023, could confirm his superstar status in 2024. The Birmingham born star is 11/10 to start an England game as captain, 14/1 to join a Premier League club, and could be the favourite for the Ballon D’Or, where we make an English player 11/8 to win it.

All Premier League 2024 Specials can be found here

All Premier League Outright betting can be found here

The gloves are off in 2024!

The boxing calendar has multiple dates already marked in early 2024, with Quebec the host city for what it could be a big-hitting `bout on July 13th. Artur Beterbiev will defend his WBC, WBO and IBF light heavyweight belts against former champion Callum Smith, in a rescheduled title match.

Beterbiev is the 1/5 favourite as things stand, with the travelling Smith a 33/10 outsider.

A week later and Smith’s fellow Scouser Natasha Jonas entertains Mikaela Mayer at the M&S Bank Arena. Jonas, the two-weight world champion, will be making a first defence of the IBF crown against the former unified world champion Mayer, in a huge night for women’s boxing.

Jonas is the narrow favourite at 8/11 in the To Win Fight market, with her US opponent priced at 11/10.

In another rescheduled matchup, Joshua Buatsi is the 2/7 favourite to see-off domestic rival and former sparring partner Dan Azeez, when the two clash on February 3rd. Azeez, 11/4, was forced to withdraw from a scheduled light-heavyweight dust up with Buatsi in October due to a back injury

And finally, something a little bit more heavyweight.

Saturday 17th February. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk.

For the first time in almost twenty five years, the boxing heavyweight division will crown an undisputed champion. Tyson Fury will put his WBC belt on the line, with Oleksandr Usyk’s WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO belts the prize if the ‘Gypsy King’ can prevail.

Likewise, Ukraine’s Usyk will be aiming to seize Fury’s title, just as he did when outclassing Anthony Joshua to become heavyweight champion.

Heading into the New Year and it is Tyson Fury who is the current favourite, having been installed at 8/11, with his Ukrainian opponent, who has yet to be beaten himself, priced at 11/10.

2024 Boxing Specials

Adam Azim to win any WBA/WBC/WBO/IBF belt in 2024 – Yes 7/2

Anthony Joshua to win any WBA/WBC/WBO/IBF belt in 2024 – Yes 8/11

Bakhodir Jalolov to win any WBA/WBC/WBO/IBF belt in 2024 – Yes 7/4

Ben Whittaker to win any WBA/WBC/WBO/IBF belt in 2024 – Yes 14/1

Connor Benn to win any WBA/WBC/WBO/IBF belt in 2024 – Yes 3/1

Jake Paul to win any WBA/WBC/WBO/IBF belt in 2024 – Yes 80/1

Keyshawn Davis to win any WBA/WBC/WBO/IBF belt in 2024 – Yes 9/4

Martin Bakole to win any WBA/WBC/WBO/IBF belt in 2024 – Yes 2/1

All Boxing 2024 Specials can be found here

All Boxing Outright betting can be found here

Engines ready in the New Year!

The countdown to the 2024 F1 season is already underway and bet365 have provided the specials markets for the renewal of what could be Red Bull superstar Max Verstappen’s fourth title win in a row.

The traders at bet365 have Max Verstappen down as the 1/4 favourite to retain his world title with Lando Norris at 13/2 and Sir Lewis Hamilton at 11/1 the closest rivals in the betting. By the end of the 2023, his fellow drivers were but specs in Verstappen’s rear view mirror, and Red Bull are heavy 2/7 favourites to land the Constructors Championship in 2024.

But how many F1 race wins will Max achieve in 2024? We’ve priced up the Dutch star at 5/6 to win 15 or more F1 Grand Prix’s in 2024 (excluding sprints) and you can get the same 5/6 on him recording 20 or more F1 Grand Prix Podium finishes (excluding sprints).

His Red Bull team can be backed at 12/1 to win every single F1 Grand Prix in the 2024 season.

Sir Lewis Hamilton on the other hand is 6/1 to win 4 or more Grand Prix’s in 2024 and just 6/4 to record no race wins (excluding sprints).

All Formula 1 2024 Specials can be found here

All Formula 1 Outright betting can be found here

bet365 has a multitude of different specials markets available across different sports.

All Rugby League 2024 Specials can be found here

All Euro 2024 Specials can be found here

All Cycling Specials can be found here

All Marathon and Olympics 2024 Specials can be found here

All UFC 2024 Specials can be found here

All Cricket 2024 Specials can be found here

All NBA Basketball 2024 Specials can be found here

All Darts 2024 Specials can be found here

Will Jackson

Will Jackson

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