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The road to Super Bowl LII gets underway on September 7 and Bettingpro.com will be there every step of the way, right through to the Super Bowl on February 4, as our proven NFL experts offer exclusive NFL tips and give the lowdown on the latest bookmaker promotions!

Each week Bettingpro.com will have all the NFL tips you could possibly need with our weekly NFL Best Bets column as well as our player prop previews, while we will also look ahead to the best betting opportunities for the four games set to take place in London this season.

We will also have the betting tips you need for the Traditional Thanksgiving Day triple-header, and there is even a Christmas present for you too in the form of NFL tips for Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

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ROAD TO SUPER BOWL LII

The Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots served up a Super Bowl to remember back in February, but which two teams will be heading to Minnesota for the NFL's showpiece game in February 2018?

The race to reach the Super Bowl gets underway on September 7 when the defending champion Patriots kick off the new season at home to the Kansas City Chiefs, while a busy Sunday features some intriguing matchups as the Dallas Cowboys host the New York Giants and the Green Bay Packers entertain the Seattle Seahawks.

Week 1 then concludes with a special Monday Night Football double-header that season the New Orleans Saints visit the Minnesota Vikings and the Los Angeles Chargers head to the Denver Broncos, and Bettingpro.com will have all the betting tips you need for Week 1 of the 2017 NFL season.

WEEK 1 (all times BST)

DATEKICK-OFFGAMEBETTING
Friday, September 801:30 BSTKansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots
Sunday, September 1018:00 BSTNew York Jets at Buffalo Bills
Sunday, September 1018:00 BSTPhiladelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins
Sunday, September 1018:00 BSTOakland Raiders at Tennessee Titans
Sunday, September 1018:00 BSTTampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins
Sunday, September 1018:00 BSTJacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans
Sunday, September 1018:00 BSTArizona Cardinals at Detroit Lions
Sunday, September 1018:00 BSTAtlanta Falcons at Chicago Bears
Sunday, September 1018:00 BSTBaltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals
Sunday, September 1018:00 BSTPittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns
Sunday, September 1021:05 BSTIndianapolis Colts at Los Angeles Rams
Sunday, September 1021:35 BSTSeattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers
Sunday, September 1021:35 BSTCarolina Panthers at San Francisco 49ers
Monday, September 1101:30 BSTNew York Giants at Dallas Cowboys
Tuesday, September 1200:10 BSTNew Orleans Saints at Minnesota Vikings
Tuesday, September 1203:20 BSTLos Angeles Chargers at Denver Broncos

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SUPER BOWL LII

U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)

Football fans in Minnesota have waited for over 25 years to play host to a Super Bowl, but that wait will come to an end on February 4, 2018 when the U.S. Bank Stadium is home to the biggest game in the National Football League.

League officials will be hoping for a much more competitive match-up than the last time the Super Bowl took place in Minneapolis. On that occasion the Washington Redskins stormed to a 24-0 lead early in the third quarter, and although the Buffalo Bills were able to put some points on the board in the final 27 minutes they could not deny Joe Gibbs' team the Vince Lombardi Trophy, with Washington running out 34-27 winners.

But while the city is hosting the Super Bowl for the second time, there will be a change in venue because the old Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome is no more. Last July the Minnesota Vikings moved to their new U.S. Bank Stadium home and that will be the site for Super Bowl LII - the question is who will contest the most important game to be played at this stadium in its' brief history?

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SUPER BOWL HISTORY

ScoreVenueMost Valuable Player
IKansas City Chiefs 10
Green Bay Packers 35
Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CABart Starr
Quarterback
IIGreen Bay Packers 33
Oakland Raiders 14
Orange Bowl, Miami, FLBart Starr
Quarterback
IIINew York Jets 16
Baltimore Colts 7
Orange Bowl, Miami, FLJoe Namath
Quarterback
IVMinnesota Vikings 7
Kansas City Chiefs 23
Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, LALen Dawson
Quarterback
V
Baltimore Colts 16
Dallas Cowboys 13
Orange Bowl, Miami, FLChuck Howley
Linebacker
VIDallas Cowboys 24
Miami Dolphins 3
Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, LARoger Staubach
Quarterback
VIIMiami Dolphins 14
Washington Redskins 7
Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles, CAJake Scott
Safety
VIIIMinnesota Vikings 7
Miami Dolphins 24
Rice Stadium, Houston, TXLarry Csonka
Running Back
 IXPittsburgh Steelers 16
Minnesota Vikings 6
Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, LAFranco Harris
Running Back
XDallas Cowboys 17
Pittsburgh Steelers 21
Orange Bowl, Miami, FLLynn Swann
Wide Receiver
XI
Oakland Raiders 32
Minnesota Vikings 14
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CAFred Biletnikoff
Wide Receiver
XII
Dallas Cowboys 27
Denver Broncos 10
Superdome, New Orleans, LARandy White (DT)
Harvey Martin (DE)
XIIIPittsburgh Steelers 35
Dallas Cowboys 31
Orange Bowl, Miami, FLTerry Bradshaw
Quarterback
XIVLos Angeles Rams 19
Pittsburgh Steelers 31
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CATerry Bradshaw
Quarterback
XVOakland Raiders 27
Philadelphia Eagles 10
Superdome, New Orleans, LAJim Plunkett
Quarterback
XVISan Francisco 49ers 26
Cincinnati Bengals 21
Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, MIJoe Montana
Quarterback
XVIIMiami Dolphins 17
Washington Redskins 27
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CAJohn Riggins
Running Back
XVIIIWashington Redskins 9
Los Angeles Raiders 38
Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FLMarcus Allen
Running Back
XIXMiami Dolphins 16
San Francisco 49ers 38
Stanford Stadium, Palo Alto, CAJoe Montana
Quarterback
XXChicago Bears 46
New England Patriots 10
Superdome, New Orleans, LARichard Dent
Defensive End
XXIDenver Broncos 20
New York Giants 39
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CAPhil Simms
Quarterback
XXIIWashington Redskins 42
Denver Broncos 10
Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, CADoug Williams
Quarterback
XXIIICincinnati Bengals 16
San Francisco 49ers 20
Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, FLJerry Rice
Wide Receiver
XXIVSan Francisco 49ers 55
Denver Broncos 10
Superdome, New Orleans, LAJoe Montana
Quarterback
XXVBuffalo Bills 19
New York Giants 20
Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FLOttis Anderson
Running Back
XXVIWashington Redskins 37
Buffalo Bills 24
Metrodome, Minneapolis, MNMark Rypien
Quarterback
XXVIIBuffalo Bills 17
Dallas Cowboys 52
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CATroy Aikman
Quarterback
XXVIIIDallas Cowboys 30
Buffalo Bills 13
Georgia Dome, Atlanta, GAEmmitt Smith
Running Back
XXIXSan Diego Chargers 26
San Francisco 49ers 49
Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, FLSteve Young
Quarterback
XXXDallas Cowboys 27
Pittsburgh Steelers 17
Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, AZLarry Brown
Cornerback
XXXI
New England Patriots 21
Green Bay Packers 35
Superdome, New Orleans, LADesmond Howard
Kick-off/Punt Returner
XXXIIGreen Bay Packers 24
Denver Broncos 31
Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CATerrell Davis
Running Back
XXXIIIDenver Broncos 34
Atlanta Falcons 19
Pro Player Stadium, Miami, FLJohn Elway
XXXIVSt Louis Rams 23
Tennessee Titans 16
Georgia Dome, Atlanta, GAKurt Warner
Quarterback
XXXVBaltimore Ravens 34
New York Giants 7
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FLRay Lewis
Linebacker
XXXVISt Louis Rams 17
New England Patriots 20
Superdome, New Orleans, LATom Brady
Quarterback
XXXVIIOakland Raiders 21
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48
Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CADexter Jackson
Free Safety
XXXVIIICarolina Panthers 29
New England Patriots 32
Reliant Stadium, Houston, TXTom Brady
Quarterback
XXXIXNew England Patriots 24
Philadelphia Eagles 21
Alltel Stadium, Jacksonville, FLDeion Branch
Wide Receiver
XLSeattle Seahawks 10
Pittsburgh Steelers 21
Ford Field, Detroit, MIHines Ward
Wide Receiver
XLIIndianapolis Colts 29
Chicago Bears 17
Dolphin Stadium, Miami, FLPeyton Manning
Quarterback
XLIINew York Giants 17
New England Patriots 14
Uni. of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZEli Manning
Quarterback
XLIIIPittsburgh Steelers 27
Arizona Cardinals 23
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FLSantonio Holmes
Wide Receiver
XLIVNew Orleans Saints 31
Indianapolis Colts 17
Miami Gardens, Miami, FLDrew Brees
Quarterback
XLVGreen Bay Packers 31
Pittsburgh Steelers 25
Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TXAaron Rodgers
Quarterback
XLVINew York Giants 21
New England Patriots 17
Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, INEli Manning
Quarterback
XLVIIBaltimore Ravens 34
San Francisco 49ers 31
Superdome, New Orleans, LAJoe Flacco
Quarterback
XLVIIISeattle Seahawks 48
Denver Broncos 8
Metlife Stadium, East Rutherford NJMalcolm Smith
Linebacker
XLIXNew England Patriots 28
Seattle Seahawks 24
Uni. of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZTom Brady
Quarterback
50Carolina Panthers 10
Denver Broncos 24
Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CAVon Miller
Linebacker
LINew England Patriots 34
Atlanta Falcons 28
Reliant Stadium, Houston, TXTom Brady
Quarterback
LIIUS Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN
LIIIMercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA
LIVNew Miami Stadium, Miami, FL
LVCity of Champions St., Inglewood, CA

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