Update of the shifting fortunes across the sports spectrum interest sports bettors more than anything. Schedule, participant manifesto, player form, past performance and the odds listed by the bookmakers in their updates are carefully read and analysed by the sports bettors in order to successfully place their bets. Current updates on horse racing, rugby, football, golf, cycling and Formula One racing are out for the benefit of the bettors.
Update in horse racing was centred on the Qatar Sussex stakes, wherein, Solow has catapulted to the top of the chart with withdrawal of Gleneagles from the draw. Bookmakers have marked Belardo, Night of Thunder and Arod as the competitors who need to be watched out for. The mid-week’s race, however, is likely to feature Solow at the podium.
The European tour is turning out to be outstanding for Danny Willet, the man who lifted the Omega European Masters title at Crans Montana. An elated Willet who is soaking in happiness is now overall at the second place in the ratings as the players approach the race to Dubai. An ecstatic Danny Willet admitted that all his hard work and intense training have begun to pay rich dividends as he gears up to become the first from the continent to lift a major golf title.
With all eyes now on who would qualify for the World Cup 2018, naturally the bookmakers are concentrating on the qualification rounds featuring teams like England, Scotland, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ireland. The odds for topping the group as well as odds of qualifying for the different teams have been listed out by the bookies to assist the fans in sports betting.
Here the point of interest for the bookies is the upcoming Drivers’ Championship. Lewis Hamilton retains the tag of the firm favourite for the event, though the gap behind him has narrowed down now considerably with Sebastian Vettel, the recent Hungarian Grand Prix winner moving up the betting odds chart. Nico Rosberg-the Mercedes mate of Hamilton-after a poor finish in Hungary is among the drivers who have lost out in the standings and thereby, has not got favourable odds.
Fine achievement of Chris Froome in winning the second Tour de France championship has made him the front runner in bagging the BBC Sportsperson of the Year honour for 2015. The other contenders for the BBC award include Lewis Hamilton and McCoy. Bookies, however, feel that the dark horse for the prestigious award could turn out to be Katarina Johnson Thompson.
For sports bettors, Rugby Championship of the year seems to be very predictable as only New Zealand and Australia with their no loss record this season head the points table. The bettors are however, divided in their support for both the teams on the eve of their clash at Sydney.
Odds for the front running teams for the Super League Grand Final have been listed by the bookies.
Now that you’ve a clearer picture of what’s up in the world of sports betting, you can place your bets accordingly!