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Get in the Betting Zone!

11th December 2012, 12:13pm

Sportinglife.com's new-look Betting Zone section has been launched.

It's the place on the web for sports betting tips, odds and information.

Our top team of tipsters has made huge profits over the years - with the betting record showing we are almost 3,000 points up since the start of 2003, while so far this year the profit stands at more than 300 to recommended stakes.

Make sure you read our in-depth betting previews, while our latest top tips can be found all in one place - namely the our best bets section.

The popular Market Moves Centre has had a makeover but will continue to bring you up-to-the-minute news from across the betting world.

The Betting Zone is also the place to compare all the latest odds - our link with sister site Oddschecker means you are sure to get the best price for your bet by using our comparison grids. You can even place your bets via the site, simply by clicking on the odds grid.

The odds section has several new features, including a look at the day's most popular bets and a full sport-on-TV calendar so you know when to watch the action and bet in-play.

Other new features on Betting Zone include the Twitter Zone, which pulls together tweets from all the leading bookmakers.

All in all, it's a betting package that's hard to beat, so make sure you bookmark the Betting Zone ASAP.

We're also welcoming your feedback about the site. Simply email us at bettingzone@bskyb.com with your thoughts.

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