10. Baltimore Ravens face San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday evening, with neither side having won American football’s biggest prize for over a decade. A touchdown return direct from kick-off is priced at 30.00.
9. Baltimore hold a 3-1 win-loss record over their Super Bowl opponents and beat them 16-6 in their most recent clash in 2011. The Ravens are 2.55 to win.
8. Alex Smith suffered eight sacks from nine drives that day as the Niners lost by ten points. The Ravens are 2.10 to reach ten points first.
7. This season San Francisco have scored one more touchdown that the Ravens (40-39) and are 1.72 to score first on Sunday.
6. Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has thrown 22 touchdowns this season and ten interceptions. The 28-year-old is 1.62 to throw another interception and 4.25 to score a touchdown himself.
5. Running back Frank Gore scored two touchdowns during the Niners’ 28-24 win over Atlanta in the NFC Championship game – raising his TD tally this season to eight. Gore is 1.88 to score a touchdown again.
4. Baltimore last won the Super Bowl in February 2001, when linebacker Ray Lewis was named MVP as the Ravens beat New York Giants 34-7. Lewis will retire from football after Sunday’s game and is 10.00 to be MVP again.
3. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick plays his first Super Bowl after just 16 appearances for the 49ers. He’s thrown ten touchdowns in 13 games this season and is 2.40 to score himself on Sunday.
2. The 49ers last won the Super Bowl in 1995, QB Steve Young overseeing all seven San Francisco touchdowns as they beat San Diego 49-26 in Miami. Sunday’s game is 1.92 to again exceed 47 points.
1. The NFC has won four of the last five Super Bowls over the AFC, with only Pittsburgh Steelers (2009) breaking that recent dominance. San Francisco (NFC) are 1.55 to win.
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