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PackersIT’S all about the National Football League with the season in full swing.

As the hard hitting men of American football prepare to go toe to toe, the Major League Baseball season is coming into the business end.

And it’s all quiet on the western front in both the National Basketball Association and National Hockey Association.

Here’s a look at how the title hopefuls are shaping up in our United States sports watch.

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Plenty of love for Packers as Superbowl champions

Green Bay heads a list of nine teams to go 2-0 to start the 2016 National Football League season. And the Packers are the hot favourite to win Superbowl 50 with our friends at Bovada.lv after they banished the demons of last year’s NFC final to knock over Seattle 27-17.

The Packers blew a 16-0 lead against the Seahawks last season and almost did it again when they led 13-3 before Seattle came back with two touch downs in the third term to take a 14-13 lead. But that was all she wrote as Green Bay came home with a wet sail to take out the win and exact a little revenge.

The Seahawks were second favourites before the loss and now sit third on the line of betting.

New England, too, is flying, second favourite for this year’s Super Bowl after accounting for the Buffalo Bills, 40-32, despite a late scare.

Superstar Tom Brady threw for a lazy 466 yards with three touch downs, but they needed every bit of it as a 37-13 lead almost evaporated as the Bills scored 19 in the last quarter to get within eight.

The Denver Broncos, Indianapolis Colts, Arizona Cardinals and Pittsburgh Steelers are the only other teams under $22 to win it all.

NFL Superbowl markets:

Green Bay Packers +400

New England Patriots +500

Seattle Seahawks +1000

Denver Broncos +1200

Indianapolis Colts +1600

Arizona Cardinals +1600

Pittsburgh Steelers +1600

Cincinnati Bengals +2200

Philadelphia Eagles +2200

Dallas Cowboys +2200

Atlanta Falcons +2800

Kansas City Chiefs +2800

Baltimore Ravens +3300

Miami Dolphins +3300

Buffalo Bills +3300

Minnesota Vikings +3300

Carolina Panthers +3300

New York Jets +3300

San Diego Chargers +4000

San Francisco 49ers +5000

St. Louis Rams +5000

New Orleans Saints +6600

New York Giants +6600

Detroit Lions +10000

Houston Texans +10000

Tennessee Titans +10000

Oakland Raiders +10000

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +10000

Washington Redskins +10000

Chicago Bears +15000

Cleveland Browns +15000

Jacksonville Jaguars+20000

Royals the only team they want in MLB World Series Race

The Kansas City Royals have a 1.5 game lead over the Toronto Blue Jays in the tough American League and they’re the hot favourites to win Major League Baseball’s 2015 World Series.

The Jays are on the second line of betting, sharing that mark with the New York Mets, who have lost four of their last five games and seen their lead in the NL East cut to 6.5 games after they shot out of the blocks.

They’re actually nine games back from National League leaders the St Louis Cardinals, who are fifth on the line of betting, behind the inevitably good Los Angeles Dodgers.

The Cards are the only team to clinch a playoff berth at this point in the season, doing so three days ago, strangely with a 5-4 loss to the Chicago Cubs, who are at double figure odds. San Francisco’s loss to Arizona gifted the playoff slot to the Cardinals, who have the best record in the majors at 92-56.

They’re in the post season for the fifth straight year and must be considered a danger, despite injuries to key players.

MLB World Series Market:

Kansas City Royals 9/2

New York Mets 5/1

Toronto Blue Jays 5/1

Los Angeles Dodgers 6/1

St. Louis Cardinals 7/1

Texas Rangers 8/1

Pittsburgh Pirates 10/1

Chicago Cubs 12/1

New York Yankees 15/1

Houston Astros 20/1

Los Angeles Angels 50/1

Minnesota Twins 50/1

Cleveland Indians 100/1

San Francisco Giants 300/1

Baltimore Orioles 350/1

Washington Nationals 350/1

Boston Red Sox 500/1

Seattle Mariners 500/1

Tampa Bay Rays 500/1

Chicago White Sox 1000/1

Lebron’s Cavs still the fancy for NBA title

Cleveland is the favourite to win the upcoming NBA title after Lebron James and company fell at the final hurdle against the Golden State Warriors last season.

The Warriors, with reigning NBA Most Valuable Player Steph Curry in tow and a full championship squad to pick from, aren’t the second favourites behind Cleveland.

That honour falls to the now stacked San Antonio Spurs, after they nabbed Portland superstar LaMarcus Aldridge in an off season coup that also netted veteran big man David West.

The Oklahoma City Thunder, which will welcome back a healthy Kevin Durant to a line up that features the explosive Russell Westbrook and re-signed big man Enes Kanter are the only other team in single figures.

The season kicks off on October 27, with the Cavs travelling to the United Centre to take on Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls.

2016 NBA championship odds:

Cleveland Cavaliers +275

San Antonio Spurs +300

Golden State Warriors +500

Oklahoma City Thunder +850

Los Angeles Clippers +1000

Houston Rockets +1600

Chicago Bulls +2000

Miami Heat +2000

Memphis Grizzlies +3300

Atlanta Hawks +5000

Dallas Mavericks +5000

Indiana Pacers +5000

Milwaukee Bucks +5000

Toronto Raptors +5000

Washington Wizards +5000

Los Angeles Lakers +10000

Boston Celtics +7500

Detroit Pistons +10000

Phoenix Suns +10000

Portland Trail Blazers +10000

Utah Jazz +10000

Brooklyn Nets +15000

Minnesota Timberwolves +15000

New Orleans Pelicans +5000

New York Knicks +15000

Sacramento Kings +25000

Denver Nuggets +25000

Charlotte Hornets +25000

Orlando Magic +25000

Philadelphia 76ers +25000

Blackhawks to go back to back in 2016 Stanley Cup?

Online bookmaker Bovada.lv has kept the status quo from the beginning of last season, with the Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks favoured to go back-to-back.

Chicago defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning in six games to hoist this year’s Cup. The team has won three Stanley Cup championships since 2010.

The Blackhawks are the only team in single figures, with a glut of four teams – the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Anaheim Ducks, Los Angeles Kings and New York Rangers – fighting it out to be outright second in betting.

The woeful Arizona Coyotes are the biggest long shots.

2016 NHL Stanley Cup markets:

Chicago Blackhawks +650

Tampa Bay Lightning +1000

Anaheim Ducks +1000

Los Angeles Kings +1000

New York Rangers +1000

Pittsburgh Penguins +1400

St. Louis Blues +1400

Minnesota Wild +1600

Nashville Predators +1800

Washington Capitals +1800

Montreal Canadiens +1800

Boston Bruins +2000

New York Islanders +2200

Columbus Blue Jackets +2500

Dallas Stars +2800

Detroit Red Wings +2800

Winnipeg Jets +2800

Calgary Flames +2800

Edmonton Oilers +2800

Ottawa Senators +4000

San Jose Sharks +4000

Vancouver Canucks +6600

Colorado Avalanche +6600

Florida Panthers +6600

New Jersey Devils +10000

Philadelphia Flyers +7500

Buffalo Sabres +10000

Carolina Hurricanes +15000

Toronto Maple Leafs +7500

Arizona Coyotes +15000

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