Super Bowl LIII
For those who are unfamiliar with the Super Bowl, it is the championship game in the NFL season. At the start of the season, 32 teams from the NFC and the AFC compete over 17 weeks for a spot in the playoffs. In the post season, the top teams from the AFC division and the NFC division then go head to head for at the Super Bowl for the Championship title.
The 2018/19 NFL season is drawing to a close and four teams are left to compete in the Conference finals. Competing in the National Football Conference (NFC) finals are the New Orleans Saints who are going up against the Los Angeles Rams. The NFC conference finals will take place on Sunday the 20th of January to decide the first team in to the Super Bowl.
In the American Football Conference (AFC), the New England Patriots are back and ready to avenge their loss to the Eagles last year. They will be up against the feisty Kansas City Chiefs who are gaining momentum with every game. The AFC conference finals will take place on the 21st of February to determine the second team for the Super Bowl.
Dates and Details
After the Conference Finals, the Pro Bowl will divert action until the Super Bowl, which will be held on the 4th of February at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta Georgia. Last year the Philadelphia Eagles pulled off a spectacular win against the Mighty Patriots who have come to dominate the sport thanks to the impressive arm of Tom Brady. This year, the Patriots will be looking for yet another win, but predictions are moving towards the Saints who have racked up a season record of 13 wins with just 3 losses. If you want to be part of the betting action, you can find everything you need at Bodog, Sports Betting, 888 Sports, William Hill, Spin Palace Sports and Betway Sports.