Sports Diary, Tuesday 13 August


Tennis once again tops the bill when it comes to live sports betting on Tuesday with the Cincinnati Masters continuing.  There is also local Horse Racing to hold punters attention as we look ahead to what is going to be a thrilling weekend.



The ATP Cincinnati continues on Tuesday and Stan Wawrinka is one of the big guns in action and he is 4/10 to see off Grigor Dimitrov who is 2/1.

If the outright match betting seems a bit one sided for you then take a look at some of the Exotic Markets such as first set total games over or under 9.5, whether or not the tie will go to 3 sets and total games which is currently quoted at over or under 23.5.

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Local Horse Racing comes from Kenilworth in Cape Town on Tuesday with the first of 8 races off at 13h10 and the final run race off 16h50.  The 7th race is run over 1400 metres and certainly has an open look to it with the betting currently at 9/2 the field. It certainly looks the sort of race you would want to catch a Trifecta or Quartet and we fancy horse No. 3, Man About Town to be thereabout at the end, currently priced at 10/1 a win and 15/10 a top 4.

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The handicap is fairly stable in the Bledisloe game between New Zealand and Australia at New Zealand (-14.5) and WSB have now also priced up on South Africa v Argentina where South Africa are (-20.5) after their comprehensive beating of the Pumas in Salta on the weekend.  We will cover these matches in more detail in later editions of our Diary and you can click here for all Rugby Betting including Week 2’s Mitre 10 Cup matches which have been priced up and all eyes will be on Tasman away at Canterbury to see if they can follow up on their impressive Week 1 performance.

The second Ashes Test starts on Wednesday and England are 26/10, the draw 11/10 and Australia 12/5.  It is very surprising to see the draw so short in Test Match Cricket and without checking the weather forecasts we have to assume that there is inclement weather about.

Looking at the Top Australian Batsman it is no surprise to see Steve Smith as short as 15/10 and while he surely warrants that price on current form we do feel that there could be some value in Warner at 4/1.

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Also starting on Wednesday is the first Test between Sri Lanka and New Zealand with Sri Lanka 18/10, the draw at 51/20 and New Zealand currently priced at 14/10.

We are certainly enjoying the fact that there is plenty of Test Cricket on at the moment and in coming weeks and you can click here to bet on Sri Lanka v New Zealand.

There is still more cricket on Wednesday with the 3rd ODI between the West Indies and India and we will have more on this in tomorrow’s edition of the Diary, but an early look at the betting sees the West Indies 28/10 and India 2/7.

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An early look ahead to the PGA Golf where the BMW Golf Championship takes place this week and Rory Mcilroy and Brooks Koepka are disputing favouritism in the early betting at 8/1, you can get 10/1 Jon Rahm and 14/1 and better the balance.

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Note, all odds quoted are subject to change.                                  

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