ELF: European League of Football Best Bets – Week 4

The European League of Football is quickly approaching its fourth week of play in the 2023 season. While the league sports betting side still has some developing to do, fans may wonder what are the best betting odds for ELF Football. One site that does have ELF football on tap for sports better is Interwetten.

With that being said, let’s take a look at the three bets for Saturday’s game that look juicy for this ELF die-hard.

Musketeers To Cover:

The Paris Musketeers looked an outclassed last week as they lost to the Rhein Fire 58-28 on the road. After a less-than-ideal 1-2 start to the season, the Musketeers stacked roster will look to find the chemistry needed to become a playoff contender. All-stars such as Zach Edwards, Kyle Sweet, Meril Zero, Keanu Ebanks, and others hope to right the ship this Saturday as they visit Frankfurt as 5.5 point underdogs.

Frankfurt, is likely only favored because they are at home. The 1-1 Galaxy lost 33-9 to the Rhein Fire in week one and beat a lacklustre Enthroners team in week 2. They are also using a new quarterback this week signing former William & Mary and Frankfurt Universe passer Steve Cluley while starter Jakeb Sullivan nurses a lower-body injury for the next few weeks.

Despite, being blown out last week, one has to think the Musketeers will respond in Frankfurt as they need to start collecting division wins if they want to be in playoff position come August.

With that I’m taking Paris to Cover +5.5 and maybe sprinkle a little on the money line (+275).

Points, Points, Points, Points, Points -Lock of the Week 🔒

Last week there were 518 points  (64.75 total points per game) scored in the ELF making it the highest scoring weekend in the league history.

While I like a lot of the overs in this weeks slate the one that is calling my name is Leipzig vs Vienna at O/U 56.5. Yes that’s a high number, but this isn’t the NFL. The fact is the Kings can put up points scoring 47 last week, as impact players like Devan Burrell, and Kenyatte Allen can create explosive plays.

Obviously, Vienna can score as well, putting up a college basketball score line of 69 points last weekend with weapons galore on offense, against a Prague Lions team that looked like it couldn’t stop a nosebleed.

Let’s keep the touchdown rolling in – Over 56.5 Leipzig @ Vienna +110

Underdog of the week 🐶 

In the words of the great poet Edgar Allan Poe ’Tis some visitor,” I muttered, “tapping at my chamber door—Only this and nothing more.” – Except this time the Ravens aren’t tapping, they are swarming the Barcelona Dragons den looking to send a message to the ELF that they are indeed on the leagues teams to be reckoned with and nevermore a expansion afterthought.
The 1-1 Ravens have a explosive offense featuring Tomiwa Oyewo, Markell Castle, and quarterback Chad Jeffries that can certainly match the Dragons offensive power. However their defense needs to step up win this game as the Dragons and quarterback Connor Miller have been playing great football in the early part of the season.

On defense, Munich just got better this week with the signing of two-time ELF All-Star and XFL defensive back Justin Rogers. The Dragons on the other hand just took a tough loss the Raiders, after wins against Milan and Helvetic. While I do think Barcelona is a true playoff contender, this new Ravens team could be a force if their defense can step up to match a scary aerial-attack.

Munich Ravens Moneyline +220

Alex is a former NCAA and semi-pro American football player who is now located in London, where he works in digital marketing. His goal in writing for AFI is to stay involved with the game that has given him so much. Alex enjoys covering leagues and