Christian Pulisic gave his body for his country, scoring the goal that advanced the United States in the World Cup while crashing into the goalkeeper.
The United States is even money on the goal line (-½) at the Westgate SuperBook after opening at -110. Iran is -120 (+½). The total is 2 (o-145).
Upsets and the paucity of goals have cost World Cup bettors in a low-scoring tournament that has featured one of the largest upsets in tournament history.
From Rí Rá to Crown & Anchor to Circa’s massive sportsbook, here are six hot spots that will welcome World Cup fans of any nation’s side.
Review-Journal sports betting writer David Schoen has been given a $5,000 fantasy bankroll to bet during the World Cup on sides, totals or props.
With competition from the NFL and other sports during the fall, it’s unclear how much appetite bettors will have for the World Cup, which starts Sunday in Qatar.
With the World Cup set to begin Sunday, here is a quick primer on how to wager on soccer. Bettors can choose between the goal line and three-way line, for starters.
The American Gaming Association expects a mostly younger crowd will wager the most on the longshot U.S. team, which begins play Monday in the host country of Qatar.
Las Vegas businessman Maury Gallagher said he is pinching himself after landing seven-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson as a part-time driver and investor.
Major League Soccer hopes to announce its 30th team in 2023. Whether that’s Las Vegas or San Diego remains to be seen.
The Las Vegas Lights need to win Saturday and help from the teams ahead of them in the standings to qualify for the playoffs for the first time.
Bill Foley traveled to England this past weekend to see the English Premier League club in action.
Texas youth Rowan Sebek becomes a competitive swimmer after receiving the gift of life as an infant.
The Dragons are unbeaten, share the 4A Southern League lead and are learning lessons on and off the field.
Golden Knights owner Bill Foley is in talks to buy Premier League club AFC Bournemouth, according to multiple U.K.-based reports.