Red hot NFL and boxing trebles can heat up your betting weekend

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As well as the usual football and horse racing action on offer this weekend, Ladbrokes have once again got you covered when it comes to other sports too.

Three NFL giants and three boxing superstars feature in our Red Hot trebles, offers which can build up your winnings by betting on action from across the globe.

In the ring, Wladimir Klitschko puts his seven-year heavyweight dominance on the line once again when he faces what he calls “a dream fight” against the unbeaten 2004 Olympic champion Alexander Povetkin in Moscow.

Klitschko goes into the fight having recently become the second-longest reigning heavyweight champion of all-time, trailing only the great Joe Louis.

‘Dr Steelhammer’ is expected to see off the Russian on Saturday night, with his win forming part of our treble which includes action from Florida and the O2 Arena.

In Orlando, Miguel Cotto bids to get back in the win column when he faces Delvin Rodriguez off the back of losses to Floyd Mayweather and Austin Trout.

A year older than his opponent, Rodriguez isn’t in the class of ‘Money’ and nor does he have the youthful power and energy of Trout, and so Cotto should get back on track to bring up the final leg of our treble, with British fighter Scott Quigg seeing off Yoandris Salinas at the O2 earlier in the night.

Unbeaten super-bantamweight Quigg (26-0-1) is inspired by the desire to become “a real world champion” following his previous interim status, and the 24-year-old should have enough to see off Cuban Salinas in front of a British crowd to complete the 7/10 treble.

Heading back stateside, our 2/1 three-fold on the Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers and Denver Broncos to all win this weekend should also warrant attention.

The Dolphins have started the season with three wins from four matches, and are welcoming a Baltimore Ravens side who’ve lost their last two.

The same poor record is true of the Houston Texans ahead of their trip to the 49ers, whilst the Broncos head to the Dallas Cowboys holding a 100 per cent record of four wins out of four this season.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publication

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