There is plenty of sporting action taking place this weekend and in our Diary covering Saturday and Sunday’s live sporting events we take a look at some of the options available to punters.
The Absa Premiership gets going on the weekend and there are a couple of mouth-watering opening clashes to look forward to.
Sundowns are currently 15/20 at home to their neighbours SuperSport who are 4/1 and also on Saturday Orlando Pirates, who many fancy to win the title are 7/10 against Bloem Celtic who are 9/2.
Sundowns, by the way, are 15/10 favourites for the PSL, with Pirates 28/10, 7/10 Wits, 10/1 Kaizer Chiefs and you can get 12/1 and better the balance.
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RUGBY, CURRIE CUP
There are two Currie Cup matches taking place on Saturday with the Pumas at home to the Sharks and the Blue Bulls at home to Griquas.
The Pumas are (+8.5) points and they are still searching for their first victory of the season. In the late kick-off the Blue Bulls are 4/10 at home to Griquas who were thumped by the Free State last week although the Bulls did take a hammering at home to the Free State the week before. The Blue Bulls are (-6.5) points and for those who fancy a Griquas upset victory you can get 21/10 at the time of writing.
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The first Ashes test continues on Saturday and there is updated betting at the end of each day’s play as well as in-running betting so there is plenty of opportunities to get involved.
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In other cricket action the West Indies take on India in their first T20 and you can click here to access all of our cricket betting.
The start of the English Premier League is just around the corner and fans get an appetizer on Sunday when Liverpool take on Manchester City in the Community Shield.
The two dominant teams from last season should provide plenty of excitement and it is City who are the 19/20 favourites with Liverpool 28/10 and the draw 53/20. This is a fixture where you would expect goals and the bookmakers agree pricing over 2.5 goals at 7/10.
There are literally hundreds of markets to bet on including first goal scorer, correct score and half-time / full-time.
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Motorsport fans are in for a treat this weekend with the Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix and the Czech Republic MotoGP taking place on Sunday.
Lewis Hamilton is currently a 23/20 favourite to win in Hungary ahead of Max Verstappen at 53/20 and there are plenty of markets available including backing a driver to finish Top 6 or Top 10.
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Marc Marquez has been the dominant rider once again in MotoGP and this is reflected in his price to win the Czech Grand Prix where he is 15/20 ahead of Dovizioso at 9/2. Maverick Vinales is showing signs of returning to his best at 17/2 with the veteran Rossi and Fabio Quartararo both priced at just under 10/1.
There is also betting on MotoGP 2 and MotoGP 3 and you can click here for all of our MotoGP markets.
TENNIS, ATP WASHINGTON
The Washington semi-finals take place on Saturday with the final on Sunday.
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The Women’s British Open and the Wyndham Championship conclude over Saturday and Sunday this week and there will be updated betting after each round as well as in-running betting. You can get involved while you watch on TV.
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Saturday sees South African Race Meetings at Flamingo Park and Kenilworth Racecourse with Scottsville the venue for the Sunday horse race meeting.
Race 5 at Flamingo Park is the “WSB Bet with the Best” and here we fancy horse number 9 Ruby and Roses at a current price of 9/2.
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Note, all odds quoted are subject to change.