Mayo Harden To End All-Ireland Drought
The 2014 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship is coming down to the wire and in the past 24 hours we can report support for Mayo to lift the Sam Maguire trophy.
The Westerners have been knocking on the door for the past few years and following their victory over Cork on Sunday, punters have started to have faith in James Horan’s squad.
The Green and Red squad have been supported into 11/2 from 13/2 and are now second in the betting to lift the Sam Maguire trophy.
Dublin remain solid at 4/9 to retain the title whilst Kerry, who will face mayo on August 24th in the semi-finals, are priced at 6/1 to win a record 37th title.
2012 champions, Donegal, are currently 9/1 to win back the trophy whilst they are all the rage at 1/3 to see past Armagh (3/1) on Saturday evening and progress to the semi-finals.
Monaghan, who will play Dublin on Saturday evening, are currently the 40/1 outsiders alongside Armagh whilst the Farney County are 8/1 to see past Dublin (1/16) on Saturday.
Dublin are by far our worst result in the antepost book and continue to attract support at 4/9 to retain the Sam Maguire trophy.