Sports Diary, Tuesday 30 July


Tennis and Horse Racing are two of the live highlights for those looking to have a bet on Tuesday and we also cast an eye ahead to some action later in the week.



The ATP Washington continues on Tuesday with the first matches scheduled off at 19h00 South Africa time.

The temperamental Nick Kyrgios is a strong 1/4 favourite against Thai-Son Kwiatkowski, but the bet we fancy is in the game between Jack Sock and Jordan Thompson which we think will be evenly matched as the betting suggests and are going over 22.5 games at 7/10.

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Local horse racing takes place at Kenilworth on Tuesday with race 1 due off at 13h15 and the 8th and final race at 17h20.  The 6th race looks an open affair and we fancy the Justin Snaith trained Bishop’s Bounty at a current price of 5/1 a win and 1/1 a place.

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There has been no change to the Ashes betting with the series getting going on Thursday and England are still 9/10 favourites with Australia 15/10 and the draw 7/1.

Our focus in the long term markets today is the England Player of the Series, where we fancy, Ben Stokes, to keep his World Cup momentum going at 5/1.

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There is no Rugby Championship this weekend but we are certainly heading for a thrilling conclusion in a fortnights time and South Africa are now the 4/10 favourites ahead of New Zealand 2/1, Australia 18/1.

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The early handicaps are also out for the final round of matches with Australia (+10.5) against New Zealand at home and Argentina (+7.5) at home to South Africa.

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Formula 1

F1 fans were treated to a real spectacle in Germany with Max Verstappen eventually beating Sebastian Vettel in wet conditions.  There was no joy for the Mercedes pairing of Hamilton and Bottas with Hamilton finishing 9th and Bottas not completing the race.

This week F1 moves to Hungary and bookmakers are not over reacting to the Mercedes failure and have priced Lewis Hamilton as the 23/20 favourite with Verstappen 59/20, Bottas 6/1 and you can get 33/4 and better the balance.

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There are also loads of other markets priced up such as the number of classified runners to finish where over 17.5 is trading at 15/20.

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A reminder that the PSL starts this weekend and you can click here for the latest outright betting.

The clash of the opening weekend is surely Sundowns against SuperSport and Sundowns are currently priced at 8/10 to win this Derby with SuperSport 4/1 and the draw at 47/20.

Will we get goals in the game? If you think we will get 3 or more, over 2.5 goals is trading at 14/10.

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Note, all odds quoted are subject to change.

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