Diarmuid Connolly Shortens Further Not To Start Against Mayo
Dublin v Mayo
Dublin’s Diarmuid Connolly has been cut further not to start against Mayo in the All-Ireland Football Championship final on Sunday and is now priced at 1/10.
Having been priced at 4/9 on Monday, support picked up that evening for Connolly not to start seeing his odds shorten into 1/5.
Support has continued to snowball since Monday and he is now as short as 1/10.
The Dubs are however going into the clash as firm 3/10 outright favourites with Mayo priced at 12/5.
In the match betting Jim Gavin’s men are available at 2/5 while the Westerners are priced at 3/1. The draw is 9/1.
The match handicap sees Dublin (-3) at 5/6 and Mayo (+3) priced at 5/4 with the Draw (-3) at 10/1.
Forwards Con O’Callaghan and Ciaran Kilkenny are joint 9/1 favourites for RTE Sunday Game Man Of The Match.
All the money is coming in for Dublin to once again deny Mayo of Sam Maguire and continue their excruciating 66 year wait for the ‘curse’ to end. Punters are getting behind Dublin’s match betting price of 2/5 to clinch the title for a third year in a row.
*Prices correct at time of publication