May 29th, 2014

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Muirfield Village welcomes a very strong field for The Memorial Tournament this weekend with last week’s winners leading the way. Rory McIlroy put his turbulent private life aside to win the European Tour’s flagship event, the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, whilst Adam Scott triumphed at the PGA Tour’s Crowne Plaza Invitational. Both players go head to head on Thursday, but will they be in contention come Sunday?

May 24th, 2014

With LeBron James and Dwyane Wade leading the way, defending NBA champion Miami put in a sparkling fourth-quarter performance on Tuesday to wrestle away home-court advantage from Indiana. Saturday sees Game 3 take center stage at the AmericanAirlines Arena, where the Heat will be hoping to move ahead. Would you wager against the superstars coming up trumps again?

May 24th, 2014

It’s all eyes on Lisbon on Saturday as Real Madrid and city-rival Atletico battle it out in the UEFA Champions League final. Intertops adds to the excitement with an attractive offer on the showdown: If the game is tied after regular time (90 minutes), you can claim back up to $100 in losing stake on each of our ‘First Goalscorer’ and ‘Last Goalscorer’ bet offers for this game as Free Bets

May 23rd, 2014

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The UEFA Champions League final may be top of the bill on Saturday, but the Championship playoff final between Derby County and Queens Park Rangers at Wembley will be just as passionate. Both teams have a pedigree of life in the top flight and will be desperate to make it a lucrative return next season – who is your tip to grab glory?

May 18th, 2014

The climax of the hoops and hockey season may be taking center stage at this time of the year, but football fans are already thinking of the fall. The NFL draft is over and the schedule is known, so how about taking a look at our odds on your favorites to make a big splash later in the year!

May 17th, 2014

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The big football leagues may be drawing to a close but the offers at Intertops continue. If the ‘goal getters’ score at least twice in the Barcelona vs. Atletico Madrid or Borussia Dortmund vs. Bayern Munich games on Saturday, we will double your net payout up to USD50.00 per game. Good luck!

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May 14th, 2014

Big games are the perfect stage for the best players and when it comes to the crunch it’s the goalgetters who need to make their mark. If the experts score at least twice on Saturday, we will double your net payout!

Barcelona vs. Atletico Madrid on May 17th: If Lionel Messi or Diego Costa scores twice in this game, we will double your net winnings up to $50 on our “Match Result” offer for this game.

Borussia Dortmund vs. Bayern Munich (German DFB Cup final) on May 17th: If Robert Lewandowski or Mario Mandzukic scores twice in this game, we will double your net winnings up to $50 on our “Match Result” offer for this game.

The net winnings from one wager per customer and game will be doubled. The additional winnings will be credited on May 19th.

Small Print: Net winnings will be doubled if at least one of the above-mentioned players scores at least two goals in the relevant game (ie. Messi scores two goals against Atletico). Live wagers do not count for this promotion. The minimum stake for this promotion is $10, the maximum additional net winnings are $50. The additional net winnings must be claimed within one week of the games by email to bet@intertops.eu giving details of the bet and stake placed. Intertops rules 1.2.6 and 2.6 apply.

May 14th, 2014

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Portuguese Europa League finalists, Benfica, have featured in seven European Cup finals since their last triumph in 1962 – but have the unenviable record of losing them all. Only Sevilla now stand in their way, who boast a much better record in big games – winning three Europa League championships in eight years. Nevertheless Benfica are favourites to beat the Spanish side in the final in Turin – Will this game stay true to the odds and see Benfica finally fulfill their European dream?

May 10th, 2014

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Manchester City have one hand on the Premiership trophy – all they need is a result at home. If they lose and Liverpool win, then the Premiership crown will rest in Merseyside. Will it be a walk in the park for the Citizens or will there be a repeat of the dramatic final day the last time the title went to City? Follow all the action with us.

May 7th, 2014

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The destination of the English Premier League title will go to the wire, but after Liverpool’s disappointing draw at Crystal Palace, it’s now Manchester City in the driving seat. They have made hard work of it but if the Citizens win their game in hand at home to Aston Villa on Wednesday, they will open up a two-point lead over the Reds. Can they dare to start cooling the champagne?