This Week’s In-Play Menu: Saturday’s Action Steals the Show

Of this week’s nine football games offered by William Hill for In-Play wagering, Saturday’s trio of college options might steal the show.

The week’s In-Play slate begins on Thursday night in the NFL, with a key early-season showdown in the NFC West. The Arizona Cardinals (4-0) are out to continue their improbable run out of the gates, and will try to do so against the St. Louis Rams (2-2), who have been a dogged home team this season, winning both contests in their dome.

Saturday, however, offers enough marquee In-Play action to keep bettors glued to the TV all day long. First, No. 4 LSU (5-0) makes a visit to The Swamp to face No. 10 Florida (4-0) at 12:30 p.m. PT. That is followed by two key primetime contests – No. 5 Georgia (5-0) at No. 6 South Carolina (5-0) at 4 p.m. PT, then a Big Ten clash between No. 21 Nebraska (4-1) and No. 12 Ohio State (5-0) in Columbus, Ohio.

Mid-way through each week during the football season, William Hill will release its schedule of games available for In-Play wagering for the upcoming football week. In-Play odds are available at all William Hill locations throughout Nevada (both full-service and kiosks) or through the new William Hill Mobile Sports wagering application, which can be utilized on your iPhone, iPad, Android smartphone, Android tablet or Blackberry device.

Available for In-Play betting this week will be the following games:

Thursday, October 4th
Arizona Cardinals at St. Louis Rams – 5:25 p.m. PT, NFL Network

Friday, October 5th
Pitt at Syracuse – 4 p.m. PT, ESPN

Saturday, October 6th
No. 4 LSU at No. 10 Florida – 12:30 p.m. PT, CBS
No. 5 Georgia at No. 6 South Carolina – 4 p.m. PT, ESPN
No. 21 Nebraska at No. 12 Ohio State – 5 p.m. PT, ABC

Sunday, October 7th
Philadelphia Eagles at Pittsburgh Steelers – 10 a.m. PT, FOX
Denver Broncos at New England Patriots – 1:25 p.m. PT, CBS
San Diego Chargers at New Orleans Saints – 5:20 p.m. PT, NBC

Monday, October 8th
Houston Texans at New York Jets – 5:30 p.m. PT, ESPN