Sports Diary, Tuesday 3 September


We take a look at some of Tuesday’s sports betting highlights in our Daily Diary.



The second of three T20’s between Sri Lanka and New Zealand takes place in Kandy on Tuesday.  The opening T20 turned out to be a very entertaining affair with Sri Lanka posting 174 for 4, only for New Zealand to chase the target down in the 20th over with five wickets in hand.

Sri Lanka are 13/10 to level the series with New Zealand 6/10 to put the series to bed.  Other markets include the most match sixes where New Zealand are 8/10, Sri Lanka 14/10 and the tie at 13/2 and there are also markets such as batsman total match fours where Munro is over or under 2.5 and batsman total match sixes where you can get 4/7 that Guptill hits at least 1 6.

Click here to bet on Sri Lanka v New Zealand Second T20



Stage 10 of the Vuelta a Espana takes place on Tuesday.  At 5/10 favourite to win the race, Primoz Roglic is a short priced 7/20 to win the stage.  If like me you can’t see him being beaten then Stage 10 Match Ups may offer some value and we think Marc Soler could topple Ion Izagirre at a current price of 14/10.

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Click here for Stage 10 Match Ups




The US Open continues on Tuesday and in the men’s draw we have Stan Wawrinka up against Daniil Medvedev with Wawrinka 8/10 favourite and Medvedev on offer at 1/1.

In the early hours of Wednesday morning Roger Federer is 1/14 to see off Grigor Dimitrov and there are Exotic Markets on each game including Total games and Total Sets.

Click here for all Men’s US Open Betting

The Ladies action also continues with Elina Svitolina and Serena Williams in action and you can click here for all Ladies US Open Betting



Local Horse Racing on Tuesday takes place at the Turffontein Standside Track and Race number 1 is set to get underway at 13h35 and the 9th and final race off at 17h20.

The 8th race looks a very open affair over 1600 metres and we have a small fancy for the current joint favourite, horse No. 4, Lemon Drop Shot from the Woodruff stable.  Lemon Drop Shot is currently trading at 9/2 a win and 17/20 for a Top 3 finish.

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We haven’t done an updated Rugby World Cup outright check for some time and can report that New Zealand are still firm favourites at 13/10, South Africa and England joint second favourites at 9/2, Wales are out to 9/1 and Ireland can be backed at double figures at 10/1.  The Aussies are 14/1 and you can get 35/1 about France and 45/1 and better the balance.

Click here for our Rugby World Cup long term markets including Pool Winners, Top Tournament Try Scorers, Top Tournament Point Scorers and also which Teams will make the Final with New Zealand v South Africa Final currently the favourite at 61/20

Note, all odds quoted are subject to change.                                  

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