Sports Diary, Monday 9 September

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Euro 2020 Qualifiers and Stage 16 of the Vuelta a Espana are two of the live betting highlights available to punters on Monday.  We take a look a closer look at them in our Betting Diary.

 

FOOTBALL

Northern Ireland face Germany in a Group C clash and they will be wary of a backlash after Germany lost 4-2 away at the Netherlands last week.  Northern Ireland are coming off a 1-0 win over Luxembourg and they are 33/4 underdogs here with the draw 17/4 and Germany as short at 3/10.  We are expecting Germany to bounce back strongly and like the handicap Germany (-1) at 17/20.

Click here to bet on Northern Ireland v Germany

Click here for more Euro 2020 Qualifiers

 

CYCLING

Stage 16 of the Vuelta a Espana promises to be critical in terms of who wins the race as in somewhat surprising fashion the final week of the Vuelta looks a little bit easier than usual and that means that Monday’s stage is one where anybody hoping to unseat Primoz Roglic simply has to go hard.  All of the Outright markets as well as Stage Winner and Stage match betting is priced up before each stage and you can click here to access all Vuelta betting markets.

 

 

HORSE RACING

Local Horse Racing takes place in Flamingo Park in Kimberley on Monday, with the first race due off at 12h15 and the 9th and final race scheduled for 16h38.

The 5th race is an open looking affair over 1800 metres and we are currently betting 5/1 the field.  The 4 year old Time Master catches the eye at a current price of 11/2 a win and 15/20 a place.

Click here to bet on the Flamingo Park Meeting

Click here for Horse Racing Markets from around the Globe

 

RUGBY WORLD CUP 2019 UPDATE

With under 2 weeks to go until the Rugby World Cup starts in Japan let’s look at the latest outright betting where New Zealand are trading at 14/10 ahead of England 4/1 second favourites and South Africa 9/2 third favourites.  Wales are 19/2 and you can get 10/1 and better the balance of the teams.

There are plenty of long term markets currently priced up including who will win respective pools and top try scorer per country where Mapimpi has shortened from 6/1 to 9/2 after an impressive performance against Japan.

Click here for all World Cup 2019 long term markets and click here for all of our Rugby betting including prices on the opening round of Rugby World Cup Matches.

 

Note, all odds quoted are subject to change.                                  

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