Sports Diary, Tuesday 9 July


The Cricket World Cup, Wimbledon and The Tour de France are 3 of the events that punters can look forward to on Tuesday.  We take a look at those and other betting options in our daily diary.



India take on New Zealand at Old Trafford in Manchester in the first of the World Cup semi-finals and they are short-priced favourites at 4/11 to beat the Black Caps who are 9/4.  We have a full betting preview on this match in our blog and you can click here to read it.

Click here to bet on India v New Zealand.

At the time of writing India remain 18/10 favourites to win the Tournament with New Zealand the 9/1 underdogs and you can click here for Outright Betting.




Wimbledon continues on Tuesday and we are fast approaching the business end of the competition.  Novak Djokovic remains a firm favourite in the men’s draw at 13/20.

Click here to bet on the men’s Outright Winner

In the ladies draw Ashleigh Barty is a 5/2 favourite.

Click here to bet on the ladies winner.

The ladies quarter-finals will be taking place on Tuesday and once the matches have been finalised all betting odds will be available here.




The Tour de France continues on Tuesday with the 4th Stage which should end in a sprint finish.  It may not be that straight forward though as there is a short, but relatively steep climb topping out with around 15 kilometres to go.  This should enable the sprint trains to get back in, but if this stage is ridden hard it is not inconceivable that we could lose a couple of the fancied sprinters on this climb.

Men to look out for will be Dylan Groenewegen, who unfortunately crashed on Stage 1 where he was a warm favourite, but also the likes of Viviani, Sagan and Ewan.

Click here for Tour de France betting including daily updates on the major classifications.



AFCON 2019

AFCON takes a break on Tuesday, but here is an early heads up on the quarter-finals betting for Wednesday’s games featuring Senegal against Benin and Nigeria against South Africa.

Senegal are 9/20 favourites to beat Benin who are 29/4 to win in 90 minutes with the draw priced at 29/10.  Click here to bet on Senegal v Benin.

Bafana Bafana have another tough match ahead and they are once again underdogs at 71/20 to beat Nigeria who are 19/20 with the draw quoted at 41/20.  Click here to bet on Nigeria v South Africa.

More on the Afcon semi-finals and a betting update in our Wednesday diary.




Horse Racing takes place at Kenilworth in the Cape on Tuesday with the first race of an 8 race card starting at 12.50 pm and the final race at 17.05 pm.

Click here for local horse racing prices

There is of course daily racing from around the World and you can click here for all of our Horse Racing betting.


Note, all odds quoted are subject to change.

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