Boys In Blue Stick At 10/11 To Win Back Sam Maguire
Following their victory over Westmeath in the Leinster SFC Final to record a 54th Leinster title, Dublin remain odds on at 10/11 to win the All Ireland.
Their nearest rivals in the betting are reigning champions, Kerry at 4/1 who will replay Cork next Saturday in the Munster SFC Final.
It’s then 11/2 Donegal whilst Mayo are on offer at 8/1 to end their All Ireland drought.
Westmeath who will now go into the Qualifiers have been pushed back out to 200/1 to lift the Sam Maguire trophy in September.
Following their comeback against Roscommon in the Qualifiers, Fermanagh have been cut into 50/1 from 125/1 to win the All Ireland SFC whilst Galway who also progressed past Armagh in the Qualifiers are also priced at 50/1 having been available at 100/1 prior to their victory.
It took Dublin a while to edge past Westmeath with many punters hitting the cross bar with the -15 point handicap. Our traders have left Dublin unchanged at 10/11 as they will face stiffer opposition in the last eight.
Fermanagh caused a shock by coming back from six points down to defeat Roscommon by one point and as a result The Ernesiders are now 50/1 from 125/1 to go all the way.