Monaghan Tipped To Mirror National League Dominance Over Down
Monaghan v Down
The Bank Holiday weekend will be jam-packed of GAA action with Provincial Senior Football and Hurling Championships quarter and semi-finals taking place.
Reigning All-Ireland champions, Dublin, will battle it out with Laois in Nowlan Park in their Leinster SFC quarter-final clash. The Dubs are expected to win with ease at 1/66 with the draw priced at 25/1 and The O’Moore County 20/1 to cause an upset.
The Ulster SFC quarter-final clash sees Monaghan host Down in Clones. The Mourne men will be out to seek redemption having suffered a two point defeat to Monaghan in Division One of the National League this season, but at 4/1 may struggle. Malachy O’Rourke’s side are 1/4 to see off Down with a draw available at 10/1.
In hurling Waterford will face Clare in the Munster SHC semi-finals. The odds suggest it will be close affair at Semple Stadium with The Dèise on offer at 6/5 and Davy Fitzgerald’s side shading favouritism at 10/11.
BoyleSports’ GAA In-Play offer is available across the three fixtures which will see all In-Play losing bets refunded as a free bet if the last score of the match is a goal.
The support for Dublin spills over into the Leinster SFC Outright as the reigning All-Ireland champs dominate at 1/14 and pose a large liability in the market.
Clare and Waterford are tied in the Munster SHC Outright at 16/5, but Clare hold the slight advantage over Waterford at 10/11 to win their semi-final clash on Sunday.
*Prices correct at time of publication