Sports Diary, Monday 15 July


Punters may be suffering something of a hangover on Monday after a thrilling Sunday which saw Roger Federer just get beaten by Novak Djokovic and England win the Cricket World Cup in the most dramatic of fashion over New Zealand.

We take a look at some of Monday’s betting options as well as what punters can look forward to later in the week.



The Netball World Cup continues on Monday and the South African Proteas have been going well and their upset win over Jamaica was particularly impressive.  We will have betting on all of the live fixtures and you can click here for all the Netball World Cup Markets

South Africa play Scotland at 18h25 this evening and they are firm favourites with the bookmakers at a handicap of -27.5 and a price of 1/500 to win the match. The Total Goals line has been set at 102.5.

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Local Horse Racing come from Flamingo Park in Kimberley on Monday and there is a 9 race card starting at 12.20 pm and ending at 16.40 pm.  We have had a quick look through the card and our fancy is Horse Number 3 in Race 6, Northern Storm currently priced at 33/10.

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Click here to bet on the Flamingo Park meeting




Stage 10 of the Tour de France takes place today and it looks a straight forward stage with the sprinters teams almost certain to bring things back together for a bunch finish.

Groenewegen the winner of stage 7 is the market leader at 22/10 ahead of Ewan at 5/2 and Viviani at 7/2. Green Jersey Sagan is the only other rider quoted in single figures and he is 11/2 at the time of writing.

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The latest outright betting has Geraint Thomas 1/1, Egan Bernal 9/2, Thibaut Pinot 7/1 and you can get 16/1 and better the balance.

There is still plenty of climbing to come in this year’s Tour de France and it won’t be an easy race for any one team to control.  There may well be value in backing some of the cyclists priced as high as 25/1 and 33/1 in Nairo Quintana and Richie Porte respectively.

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AFCON 2019

We are down to the final two teams in AFCON 2019 and the final will be between Senegal and Algeria.  Senegal beating Tunisia 1-0 and Algeria seeing off Nigeria 2-1.  The third place match will take place on Wednesday between Tunisia and Nigeria and the final between Senegal and Algeria on Friday.

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The year’s final major starts on Thursday and we will share a tip or two later in the week.  For now though let us take a look at the latest betting.

Rory Mcilroy 17/2, Brooks Koepka 10/1, Jon Rahm 16/1 with Dustin Johnson and Tiger Woods both 18/1 and you can get 22/1 and better the balance.

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Given this is such a quiet day it is a good time to look ahead at the English Premier League which gets going on the 6th of August.

Manchester City, the defending Champions, are 6/10 favourites ahead of Liverpool at 9/4 and you can get 14/1 and better the balance.

Sheffield United are favourites to be relegated at 4/6 with Norwich 9/10 and Burnley at 15/10 and Harry Kane is a 9/2 favourite to be the top goal scorer.

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Note, all odds quoted are subject to change.