Rebels Now Odds On To Prevail Against Tipperary
In the past 24 hours, we can report a surge of support for Jimmy Barry Murphy’s Cork side to progress past Tipperary in Sunday’s All-Ireland Hurling semi-final.
Both sides were hard to split when betting was first opened but in the past 24 hours, Cork have been supported into 10/11 from Evens and as a result, Tipperary have been eased out to 11/10 from Evens with a draw also drifting out to 10/1 from 9/1.
In the First Goalscorer market, Seamus Callahan heads the betting at 11/2 with Paddy Horgan next in the betting at 6/1. No Goalscorer is currently priced at 18/1.
Certainly, punters believe that Cork will prevail as initially both teams were hard to separate in the betting but now we can’t seem to give Tipperary away at 11/10.