Series Correct Score View all odds View all odds. British and Irish Lions 2-1 7/4; South Africa 2-1 9/4; British and Irish Lions 3-0 4/1; South Africa 3-0 11/2
Current Odds Preseason Odds; Lions odds to win Super Bowl LVI +250000 +25000: Lions odds to win NFC +100000 +10000: Lions odds to win NFC North +60000 +2800: Lions odds to make playoffs +1000 +750: Detroit Lions win total: 3.5 (-120) 4.5 (-140)
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Here are all the English players in contention for a place on their 2020 British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa. Players in bold would make the current squad with italics meaning they’d be in the current starting XV, according to the latest odds from Paddy Power. Back-three. Jonny May (Gloucester) – 1/16; Anthony Watson (Bath) – 1/5
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The Lions entered this year with their worst Super Bowl odds in team history, at +25000 . One would expect after losing to a Super Bowl contender by only one score; those odds would at worst stay the same. Oddsmakers disagree. The Lions now sit last in the NFL with + 42000 odds.
The Lions are 0-9 as underdogs in their last 9 games The Lions are 0-6 at home in their last 6 games The Bengals are 7-2 ATS as away favorites in their last 9 games
Check out who makes their 36-man squad alongside Danny Care based on the current odds. Correct of 2nd May, 2021. BACK-THREE: Stuart Hogg (Scotland) – 1/20; Josh Adams (Wales) – 1/10; Jonny May (England) – 1/10; Anthony Watson (England) – 1/5; Liam Williams (Wales) – 2/9; Louis Rees-Zammit (Wales) – 1/3