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Betting odds: New York Jets at Cleveland Browns >> All odds as of 1 p.m. ET on Thursday. Download The Action Network App to get real-time NFL odds and track your bets Betting market: Not only are the Browns favored for the first time in the Hue Jackson era , but bettors are willingly laying the points. Sixty-one percent of spread tickets and 78% of dollars wagered have come in on Cleveland as of this writing ( see live data here ). The line remains where it opened at -3, but the -115 vig at BookMaker suggests that books are, in fact, heavier on the Browns.
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A push to give punters the ability to place instant online bets during live sport is emerging as the next battleground in the wagering industry after a report found a ban on the practice is attracting Australians to unregulated offshore websites. Federal Sports Minister Bridget McKenzie is considering the findings of a wide-ranging sports-integrity review, released last month, which recommended consideration be given to allowing online in-play wagering in Australia to prevent Australians betting through illegal offshore sites instead. A new report has reignited a push to allow online 'in-play' sports betting in Australia Offering instant online bets while a sporting event is in-play is banned in Australia over the internet, but is allowed via telephone calls and in TABs. Online-only corporate bookmakers have long argued the online ban protects TAB operator Tabcorps monopoly over in-play betting, while increasing the attraction for Australians to place bets through offshore wagering websites where the service is allowed. The government-commissioned sports-integrity review, led by James Wood QC, found legalising online in-play bets would reduce the appeal of unregulated offshore sites that do not share intelligence with Australian authorities, and therefore would strengthen the capacity to identify potential match-fixing in Australia and generate greater tax revenue. The recommendation is set to reignite debate in racing and political circles about the LIVE BETTING merits of an in-play betting ban, which was tightened last year after wagering companies, including a provider led by Tom Waterhouse, were found to be offering so-called click-to-call functions on their apps, allowing them to circumvent the rules by automatically placing a simultaneous voice call. Industry sources say Senator McKenzie has privately expressed support for the reviews recommendation to rescind the online in-play betting ban, while other members of the Coalition front bench appear to be firmly opposed. Tabcorp is expected to make a formal submission to the review, urging against the in-play betting proposal. Representatives from the pubs industry and state racing codes are also expected to voice their objections.
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