Dublin Hurlers Price Shortens For Liam MacCarthy Cup After Galway Win
It’s eighty-one years since the Dublin hurlers lifted the Liam MacCarthy Cup and fifty-eight years since they contested an All-Ireland final.
Saturday’s 3-19 to 0-24 victory over Galway has boosted the chances for the boys in blue and we’ve cut their price into 14/1 from 25/1 for their seventh win in the competition with their initial price being a massive 100/1.
The Dubs ended Galway’s dreams of contesting in this year’s All-Ireland with a crucial goal from captain Chris Crummey sealing their remarkable win over the Connacht men.
The Tribesmen last won the Liam MacCarthy Cup as recent as 2017 so it’s no surprise to see Dublin shorten in the outright with Galway shortening at one point into 9/2 from 7/1 after they beat Kilkenny by one point earlier this month.
With the Dublin Footballers dominating the Sam Maguire Cup for the last four year’s they are 8/11 to win the history breaking 5-in-a-row this September at Croke Park.
The Dublin footballers and the hurlers to win the ‘All-Ireland Double’ is 50/1, cut from 66/1.
Wexford hurlers have been slashed into 14/1 from 25/1 and share sixth place in the All-Ireland Senior Hurling outright betting with Dublin. The Yellowbellies face Kilkenny in the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship with the Cats ante post All-Ireland price taking a slight cut into 5/1 from 6/1 and are a short 4/11 to win the Leinster final at the end of month against Wexford despite the two sides finishing in a draw on Saturday at Wexford Park.
*Prices correct at time of publication