Sports Betting Weekly Updates

Anderson to Repeat Blackpool Heroics

A stellar field will assemble at the wonderful Winter Gardens in Blackpool for the 2019 edition of the World Matchplay. World Champion Michael van Gerwen will, as always, be the man to beat. The Dutchman is struggling for form though and we fancy Gary Anderson to retain the trophy. Get the best odds on PDC World Matchplay Darts with our selected bookmakers below: Best Betting Sites for Betting on Darts August 2019 1 $1000 BonusT&Cs Apply Accepts Large Bets ...

Cricket World Cup Final Betting Odds: England v New Zealand

England and New Zealand face off in the Cricket World Cup final at Lord’s on Sunday, with both teams aiming to win the 50-over crown for the first time. Eoin Morgan’s men overcame a sputter in the middle of the competition to charge their way through to the final, justifying their claim as favourites in the betting odds. The Three Lions had to beat the Black Caps and India to keep their hopes alive in their final group games. They performed well under pressure to secure their semi-final berth, where they were pitted against Australia. The Aussies had got the better of England in the group game, but the host nation were ruthless, putting their rivals to the sword with ease to reach...

Vamos España in Pool World Cup

Pool fans are in for a treat this month. It’s time for the 13th edition of the World Cup of Pool, coming to us from Leicester in England. We analyse the chances of all the top teams. As always, it’s a wide-open event but we fancy Spain to spring a surprise. World Cup of Pool Format 32 two-player teams take part in a knockout format. Games in the first two rounds are a race to seven racks (frames) with match length increasing for the later rounds. Matches are played as scotch doubles, with each player on the team taking alternate shots.  The pool balls numbered 1-9 are used, the object ball is always the lowest numbered remaining ball. Whoever pots the Nine-Ball wins the rack, regardless...

Five Outside Contenders For US Open

The US Open begins in earnest at Pebble Beach on Thursday with Brooks Koepka aiming to clinch the crown for the third year on the bounce. Koepka won the last major, triumphing at the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black in May. The 29-year-old has dominated the big events of late, although Tiger Woods did make a return to form to clinch The Masters at Augusta. It has become difficult for outsiders to make breakthroughs on the major scene given the quality of the players at the top of the sport. However, there are golfers in the field that have enjoyed past success and could spring a surprise to go against the form book at the tournament. We’ll now break down the leading outside candidates for...

Top Five US Open Contenders

Brooks Koepka will aim to become only the second man in the history of the US Open to win three consecutive crowns when the tournament begins at Pebble Beach on Thursday. Koepka secured the fourth major of his career with a brilliant performance to win the PGA Championship. The American was dominant for the opening three days of the competition, and although he had a slight wobble on the final round, the 29-year-old closed out the victory two strokes ahead of Dustin Johnson. He will now aim to clinch his second major of the season and take a stride towards the calendar slam by retaining the US Open. Last year, Koepka was involved in a showdown with Johnson for the crown, but had enough to see...

Price and Clayton to Claim PDC Doubles Crown

Gerwyn Price and Jonny Clayton are our pick to win the PDC World Cup for Wales in early June. The Welsh duo have both shown solid form in the first half of this year and could claim darts’ greatest team prize.  Team bonding won’t be an issue for these two friends, and a kind draw gives them a chance of going all the way to glory. The Welsh team will face very stiff competition throughout the tournament, most notably from a strong English side featuring the talented Michael Smith and Rob Cross and current champions the Netherlands. Keep reading the rest of our preview to find out our other top tips for the 2019...

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