Allianz National League Odds: Dublin Relegation Odds Cut
In this post we bring you the latest Allianz National League odds after the second round of action in the football league.
Allianz National Football League Odds
|National Football League Division 1 Odds
Dublin Relegation Odds
The odds on Dublin going back down to the second tier of the National League are in freefall as BoyleSports cut them into 5/2 from 13/2 for the drop.
Dessie Farrell’s side have started their league campaign with two straight defeats to Monaghan and Mayo, meaning they are the only side of the eight in Division 1 yet to bag a point from their opening two fixtures.
A last-gasp score by Fergal Boland was the difference as Mayo edged out the All-Ireland champions by the minimum margin in Castlebar, securing their second straight victory. Kevin McStay’s men top the early standings and have been backed down to 10/3 from 15/2 for a successful defence of their league title.
Derry Now Allianz League Favourites
But Derry are now out on their own as favourites after Mickey Harte oversaw a 1-12 to 0-09 victory over his native Tyrone at Celtic Park. With an opening week victory over Kerry also under their belts, the Ulster champions have been clipped into 5/2 from 5/1 to go all the way in Division 1 for the first time since 2013.
The Clifford brothers reappeared as Kerry bounced back with a comfortable victory over Monaghan and the Kingdom are rated second favourites in the top division at 9/4.
Lawrence Lyons, spokesperson for BoyleSports, said:
“Punters are turning to Derry as likely league champions with two wins already in the bag for Mickey Harte, but it’s been a slow start to the season for Dublin and a growing number think they’re in danger of the drop.”
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