- The team that wins the coin toss in Super Bowl LV is listed with -110 odds to win the game.
- The Over on the US National Anthem being over 1 minute 59 seconds has -120 odds.
- Tails has -105 odds to be the result of the Super Bowl LV coin toss.
TAMPA — The matchup for Super Bowl LV is set as the Kansas City Chiefs look to defend their championship against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers who are the first team to host a Super Bowl in their home stadium.
The quarterback matchup between Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady will be the biggest story of Super Bowl LV. This is the second consecutive Super Bowl Mahomes has made, while Brady has reached the title game in four of the last five years.
The 🐐 vs. the MVP.
Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes have put on a show every time they meet 😎 pic.twitter.com/z9p1mpRHyk
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) January 26, 2021
This marks the 10th Super Bowl that Bucs signal-caller Tom Brady has made in his career which is an NFL record.
The Chiefs opened up as -3.5 point favorites to win back to back Super Bowls but for those who don’t want to bet on who will win the game, Bovada has a plethora of Super Bowl props that could make bettors a winner before kickoff even happens.
The Super Bowl LV props below range from the coin toss results to the Super Bowl 55 national anthem betting odds.
Super Bowl LV Coin Toss Betting Odds
Coin Toss Result
- Heads -105
- Tails -105
Winner: Tails (-105). The coin toss in Super Bowl LIV was tails which snapped a two-year streak of the Super Bowl coin toss being heads. To add to this, tails has been the result in five of the last seven Super Bowl games. In Super Bowl History, the coin toss has been tails 29 times while heads has only been the result 25 times. Take the -105 odds on tails being the winning result of the coin toss for the second year in a row.
Will The Team That Wins The Coin Toss Win The Game?
- Yes -110
- No -130
Winner: No (-130). The team that has won the coin toss has not won the Super Bowl since the Seattle Seahawks did so against the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII. Betting on that trend to continue comes with -130 odds and is a solid play for the big game.
Super Bowl 55 National Anthem Betting Odds
The national anthem at Super Bowl 55 will be sung by artists Jazmine Sullivan and Eric Church. However, what most bettors and legal sports betting sites will be paying attention to is the run time of the anthem, rather than the patriotic tune itself.
How Long Will It Take Jazmine Sullivan Or Eric Church To Sing the US National Anthem
- Over 1 Minute 59 Seconds -120
- Under 1 Minute 59 Seconds -120
Winner: Under 1 Minute 59 Seconds (-120). The average time to complete the US National anthem at the Super Bowl is 1 minute 55 seconds. The last three singers of the national anthem have all gone under 1 minute 59 seconds and that trend could continue going in Super Bowl LV. Take the Under here at -120 odds but waiting for these odds to shift is the best bet especially once the Super Bowl is only one week away.
Will Jazmine Sullivan or Eric Church Forget Or Omit A Word From The National Anthem?
- Yes +400
- No -700
Winner: Yes (+400). With two people singing the national anthem this could be the perfect storm for a word to be forgotten on the biggest stage. The +400 odds on this are well worth the risk as the nerves and or duet of the national anthem could cause a mistake to happen. Place a small wager on the +400 odds and Super Bowl bettors could have a nice addition to their bankroll right before kickoff happens.
Super Bowl LV is scheduled to kickoff at 6:40 p.m. EST and will be broadcasted by CBS.
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