Sports Diary, Thursday 25 July


There is plenty of live sport to bet on this Thursday and we take a look at some of the highlights in our Betting Diary.



The FINA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP continues and the Water Polo is fast coming to a conclusion with the men’s semi-finals taking place on Thursday.  South Africa also play in their final match in the early hours of Thursday morning and they are (+11.5) goals against Japan with the total goals line set at 21.5.

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The golfing highlight this week is the Fedex St Jude Invitational taking place in Memphis, Tennessee and Dustin Johnson and Rory Mcilroy currently head the betting at 9/1 with Brooks Koepka 12/1 and 16/1 and better the balance.

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We also have Fedex St Jude Special Markets for example you can get 12/1 that Dustin Johnson, Rose, Kuchar, Oosthuizen are all in the Top 20 or 50/1 that Mcilroy, Day and Oosthuizen are all in the Top 10.

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The regular tour continues with the Barracuda Championship and here Collin Morikawa is the 12/1 favourite ahead of Martin Kaymer at 18/1, Martin Laird and Daniel Berger are also 18/1.

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The Tour de France heads into its final leg in the Alps and the next three stages should be massive.  Thursday’s stage is an absolute brute and is set to be played out in significant heat and you can click here for all of our Tour de France Markets including Stage Betting, Stage Match Betting as well as updated betting on all of the General Classification Jerseys.

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The England v Ireland test match resumes on Thursday with England in all sorts of trouble having been bowled out for 85 in the first innings.  Ireland have a lead of 122 runs with England 0/0 in their 2nd innings. England remain favourites at 3/10 with Ireland 33/10 and the draw an unlikely 18/1.

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The Hamburg Open continues on Thursday and Dominic Thiem is 1/6 to see off his opponent Andrey Rublev.  The betting suggests the most competitive game of the day should be Pablo Carreno-Busta against Jan-Lennard Struff with Carreno-Busta 5/4 and Struff 6/10 for the win.

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Local Horse Racing is at the Vaal on Thursday with the first race due off at 12h20 and the 9th and final race at 17h05.

The Pick 6 Banker looks likely to come in the first leg, Race 4 where horse number 10, Musaytara is a 7/10 favourite to win the race for trainer Tarry and jockey Hewitson.

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There are 4 Varsity Cup matches taking place on Thursday and you can click here to bet on all of the games.

One of the highlights of the evening should be UP Tuks Football against TUT Football where bookies are struggling to separate the pair with Tuks 15/10, TUTS 17/10 and the draw at 2/1.


Note, all odds quoted are subject to change.

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