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Super Bowl LV - Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Kansas City Chiefs (Monday 10:30am AEDT)

Twelve months after breaking a 50-year championship drought, the Kansas City Chiefs are favoured to win Super Bowl LV against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.

The headline aspect is the Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes aiming to win consecutive championships against the Buccaneers' Tom Brady, who was a six-time champion in his 20 seasons with the New England Patriots.

After winning their last eight games by single digits, the Chiefs flexed their muscle winning 38-24 at home in the AFC Championship Game against the Buffalo Bills (they led 38-15 in the fourth quarter).

A week after suffering concussion, Mahomes went 29-of-38 for 325 passing yards and three touchdown throws. Tyreek Hill caught nine passes for 172 receiving yards and Travis Kelce had 13 receptions for 118 receiving yards and two touchdown catches.

The Buccaneers won their third-straight road playoff game when they accounted for the Green Bay Packers 31-26 in the NFC Championship Game.

Brady - terrific in the first half - went 20-of-36 for 280 passing yards with three touchdown passes and three second-half interceptions. Tampa Bay scored 14 of their 31 points off Green Bay turnovers.

The Buccaneers have not lost since Week 12 when they suffered a 27-24 home defeat to the Kansas City Chiefs. Mahomes threw for 462 passing yards, Hill had three touchdown catches and 269 receiving yards, and Brady was intercepted twice.

Tampa Bay enters Super Bowl LV on a seven-game winning streak, but Kansas City has too many offensive weapons and just like Week 12, they will prove too strong.

Tip: The Kansas City Chiefs to win Super Bowl LV at $1.55

First Touchdown Scorer

Due to the odds on offer, it is possible to back Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce to score the first touchdown and if one of them is successful, a profit can be made.

Hill had 15 touchdown catches and two touchdown runs this season with his highlight game in Week 12 against the Buccaneers. On that occasion, Hill had 13 receptions for 269 yards and three touchdown catches.

Kelce had another tremendous season catching 105 passes for 1416 yards.

Kelce (145) was targeted more than Hill (135) in the regular season and he was terrific in the AFC Championship Game with 13 catches for 118 yards and two touchdown receptions.

Tip: Tyreek Hill ($7.50) or Travis Kelce ($7.50) to score the first touchdown in Super Bowl LV

Other Bets of Interest

In the AFC Championship Game against the Buffalo Bills, Mahomes threw for 325 yards and had three touchdown passes. On four occasions in the regular season, Mahomes threw for over 300 yards and had at least three touchdown passes.

Despite the Buccaneers' impressive defence in the NFC Championship Game, they allowed Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers to throw for 346 passing yards and three touchdowns.

Tip: Patrick Mahomes to throw for at least 300 yards and three touchdown passes at $2.35

In his last 13 games, Travis Kelce has had at least 100 receiving yards and scored a touchdown seven times. In another game, Kelce had 98 receiving yards and caught a touchdown pass.

In the divisional round, Kelce had 109 receiving yards and one touchdown while one week later in the AFC Championship Game, Kelce had 118 receiving yards and two touchdown receptions.

Tip: Travis Kelce to have at least 100 receiving yards and score a touchdown at $3

Super Bowl LV Same Game Multi

Kansas City's Tyreek Hill to score a touchdown
Kansas City's Travis Kelce to score a touchdown
Tampa Bay's
Leonard Fournette to have Over 50.5 rushing yards
Kansas City to win Super Bowl LV

Same Game Multi price is $8.50