Richard Ferguson

Weekend Sports Betting Preview


Written by Richard Ferguson (Richard Ferguson)

Posted in :Original Content on 5 Nov 2010 at 11:15
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Let’s have a look at the sporting weekend ahead and what betting options are available:

 

End of Year Tours:

Wales – 28/10

Australia – 3/10

Wales +8,5 points – 1/1

Australia -9,5 points – 1/1

England – 11/2

New Zealand – 2/10

England +12,5 points – 1/1

New Zealand – 13,5 points – 1/1

Ireland – 8/10

South Africa – 12/10

South Africa to win Grand Slam – 5/2

New Zealand to win Grand Slam – 8/10

Cricket:

South Africa play Pakistan today in the fourth ODI and will be hoping to wrap up the series with a victory.

South Africa – 4/10

Pakistan – 18/10

Soccer:

Everton to beat Blackpool – 8/10

Chelsea to beat Liverpool – 1/1

Barcelona to beat Getafe – 4/10

Real Madrid to beat Atletico Madrid – 3/10

Formula One – Brazil:

The teams head down to Brazil for the second last race of the season. The odds to win this race are as follows:

Sebastian Vettel – 2/1

Mark Webber – 3/1

Fernando Alonso – 4/1

Lewis Hamilton 11/2

Felipe Massa – 16/1

Take note that this is Felipe Massa’s home track, and I muself have already taken a small bet with a large return that he will win this race.

Rugby World Cup:

Here are the odds for the various teams as it stands presently (I will leave this information on and update it as it changes during the end of year tour):

New Zealand – 1/1

Australia – 4/1

South Africa – 4/1

France – 13/1

England – 14/1

Ireland – 40/1

Wales – 40/1

Argentina – 66/1

Cricket World Cup:

Australia – 4/1

India – 4/1

South Africa – 5/1

Sri Lanka – 6/1

England – 6/1

Pakistan – 7/1 (That depends on who you talk to)

New Zealand – 17/1

West Indies – 18/1

Please scroll over to MARSHALLS to have a flutter on the games, or any other sport you might fancy.

If you would like to see any other sporting events covered, just drop me an email – [email protected]

Yours in Punting

Rich and HH



2 Comments

  • SA 157-3

    31 overs

  • Comment 1, posted at 05.11.10 15:01:55 by McLovin Reply
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  • Chelsea to beat Liverpool – 1/1

    :evil: :???:

  • Comment 2, posted at 05.11.10 15:04:38 by wpw Reply
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