Why history suggests the Pats can claim the Super Bowl by this margin

Oddschecker
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Sat, 2 Feb, 12:00 AM

 

Eyes will be glued to TV screens around the world on Monday morning (AEST) as Tom Brady looks to further his claims as the best quarterback of all-time by securing his sixth Super Bowl title with the New England Patriots.

 

However, very few pundits are expecting this to be a walk in the park for Brady and the Pats, and it's easy to see why; the Los Angeles Rams have been impressive this season.

 

Incredibly, all of Tom Brady’s five Super Bowl wins with the Patriots have come by a margin of 6 points or fewer. Further to this, the Patriots and Rams both have to overcome tight OT victory in the Conference Finals. There's no question that this game has all the makings to go right down to the final whistle!

 

However, Tom Brady has already led the Patriots to a narrow Super Bowl win over the Rams before – a stunning 20-17 triumph in 2002. We’re expecting a similar margin of victory for the Pats should they bury their demons from last year’s final on Monday morning – which would mean that Brady will make it six career Super Bowl wins by 6 or fewer points!

 

Despite the reasons above punters are still able to snap up $4* for the New England Patriots to claim Super Bowl 53 by a margin of 1 - 6 points.

 

If you’re eligible for the offers below you could collect handsomely. For example, a winning $53 stake on New England Patriots Win By 1 - 6 points at $4* could see you collecting $159.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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