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US Presidential Election Odds for 2020

The American public is still reeling to an extent from the shock of the 2016 election and it can be hard to look ahead, three years into the future. However, anyone with more than a passing interest in political betting will already be sizing up the options for 2020. Will Donald Trump be returned for […]

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New Royal Baby Name 2019 Odds

Another year, another Royal Baby: This time it’s the turn of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to continue the tradition of providing a royal birth on an almost annual basis – let’s see the odds for the name.

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Celebrity Big Brother Winner Betting Odds

The circus that is Celebrity Big Brother has returned to our screens with a number of well known (and less well known names), battling it out for supremacy in the house. It’s one of the oldest reality TV shows still on the schedules and remains popular despite having been dropped in the UK by its former channel.

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World Cup 2018: Predictions for Groups E to H

Following the draw for the group stages of the 2018 World Cup, the bottom half contains the two teams who are locked together as favourites for the outright win. Holders Germany start in Group F while Group E contains a Brazilian side who are looking for their first World Cup title since 2002.

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World Cup 2018: Predictions for Groups A to D

With squads having been confirmed, the 32 teams involved are now carrying out their final preparations for Russia 2018 and the latest edition of football’s World Cup. We know all about the outright betting where, in a very tight market, many bookmakers list both Germany and Brazil as the joint favourites but what about the challenges that they face along the way?

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Royal Wedding Betting 2018

Over the months that followed the announcement of the engagement, we’ve looked at a number of pre-wedding markets including date, venue and the identity of the best man but while all of those have been settled, there is still plenty for us to punt on.

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Eurovision 2018 Odds

We’ve less than a month to go now until the 2018 edition of Eurovision and this is the time when the betting markets really start to intensify. Those markets have been open for some time now but as the individual countries involved have started to confirm their entries, we’ve seen a lot of movement at the top of the leaderboard.

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Greyhound Racing Odds: April 2018

This month offers plenty of action on the dog tracks with some high class races available right across the UK and beyond. There are daily events to enjoy as always but April also sees some of the more prestigious races on the greyhound calendar.

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RBC Heritage: Dustin Johnson Heads Weakened Field

With many golfers taking a break after the physical and mental challenge of the US Masters, the traditional follow up event can often be a subdued affair. This year however, the RBC Heritage has a little more to shout about as it celebrates its fiftieth year and for this notable anniversary, the World Number One is in town.

 

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Houston Open: Tight Market for Final Masters Warm Up

With such a close proximity to the 2018 Masters, it’s perhaps surprising that we don’t have a stronger field for the Houston Open this week. There’s no Dustin Johnson, no Justin Thomas and no Rory McIlroy but that does leave a competitive declaration which should give us some value in the markets.

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Arnold Palmer Invitational: Time to Get Behind the Tiger?

We called Tiger for a Top Ten finish last week and ahead of the Arnold Palmer Invitational which starts on Thursday, he now shoots straight to the top of the outright markets. He will be a little short for some but when you look at his previous record here, his position at the head of the betting is certainly justified.

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Snooker World Championship 2018 Odds

Early 2018 exchanges on the green baize have featured an eclectic mix of tournaments with high prestige events such as the Masters, with its restricted field, combined with the ‘hit and giggle’ format of the shootout which invites players from around the world and descends right through the rankings.

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British Breakthrough Act 2018 Odds

We’re firmly into awards season in the various entertainment industries and across the world, artists are being honoured for outstanding work in their specific genres. Over in the UK, the great and the good of British music are about to be recognised by the Brits, an event that was first held here way back in 1977.

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Anthony Joshua v Joseph Parker

First up for Anthony Joshua this year is a defence of his heavyweight world titles against New Zealand’s Joseph Parker with the fight taking place in Cardiff on March 31st. As the multiple title holder, Joshua is an obvious favourite but there is no doubt that he is coming up against an opponent with a formidable record.

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Razzies 2018 Odds

The Golden Raspberry Awards, or the Razzies as they are more commonly known, were incepted in 1981 to recognise the worst performances in the film industry over the course of the previous 12 months. Over the years they have gained a cult following and now have a regular, annual place on the award calendar.

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Bayeux Tapestry Betting

Recent news has told us that the French President Emmanuel Macron has agreed to loan Britain the tapestry and that it will leave the shores of France for the first time in 950 years. It’s likely to go on display here in 2020 but the question for many is where and that’s exactly what the bookmakers are speculating on.

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Eurovision Song Contest Betting

Eurovision divides many TV viewers with some seeing the annual ‘sing off’ across the continent as little more than a joke. For others it’s great fun and some even hold Eurovision parties to help while away the many hours in which the programme is on our screens.

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The Voice UK: 2018 Betting

Reality shows are to the fore in TV scheduling at the start of the year and The Voice came back to our screens in the very first week of 2018. It’s early days for the latest renewal but already, viewers have identified some favourites and the competition will get very intense from this point onwards.

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