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Sports betting: Thursday’s best offers on Mise-o-jeu +


Here are three sports betting offers available on the Mise-o-jeu + site for the day of Thursday, September 7 that are worth the detour.

This Thursday marks the return of the NFL regular season with the presentation of a matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Detroit Lions. For the occasion, here are three betting offers related to the results of this duel:

Chiefs win by less than 4.5 points – 1.83

The defending Super Bowl champions are still serious contenders for the title in 2023. There’s no doubt they’ll start the year strong, but they’re dealing with adversity. We still don’t know if the move closer Travis Kelce will be there, he who recently injured his knee. The excellent defensive tackle Chris Jones will certainly not be there, he who strikes for more money. The Lions showed great things last year and should continue to progress. Expect a tight match, which should end with a win for Patrick Mahomes and his gang.


More than 60.5 points will be scored – 3.15

In 2022, the Chiefs and Lions finished first and third respectively in touchdowns scored in the NFL. The former experienced this pleasure 61 times, while the latter achieved 54 majors. The two clubs proved that they had the weapons for an offensive flavored war. The Chiefs averaged 29.2 points per game last year, a Goodell league high. The Lions meanwhile maintained a points-per-game average of 26.6. Both teams have also managed eight games of at least 30 points in 2022.

Sports betting: Thursday’s best offers on Mise-o-jeu +

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Jahmyr Gibbs will amass 35+ yards on catches – 2.00

The Lions used the 12e pick in the first round of the last draft to get his hands on running back Jahmyr Gibbs. There’s no way the organization wouldn’t want to showcase him in the first duel of the campaign.

During his three-year stint in the NCAA, the 21-year-old caught 78% of passes thrown his way and averaged 11.7 yards per reception. Additionally, the Chiefs averaged 47.4 yards per catch to opposing running backs per game last year.