Roscommon & Galway Inseparable Ahead of Replay
There is a monster weekend of GAA ahead with three provincial finals on Sunday where Roscommon and Galway will once again lock horns in the Connacht SFC final after a 0-13 to 1-10 scoreboard sent it to a replay last week.
BoyleSports are unable to separate the two sides installing both the Tribesmen and the Rossies at 11/10 apiece to secure victory second time out. The match to mirror last week’s draw result is on offer at 13/2.
Kicking off proceedings on Sunday are Tyrone and Donegal in the Ulster SFC final which takes place in Clones. It is the sixth consecutive appearance in the Ulster SFC final for the Tír Conaill Men, who are currently 21/10 to see off Tyrone. Mickey Harte’s men hold favouritism in the betting at 1/2 to take home the Anglo-Celt Cup, having last won it in 2010.
Dublin and Westmeath will come to blows in Croke Park in the Leinster SFC Final, which sees the reigning champions heavy odds on favourites to continue their dominance within the province. The Dubs are 1/50 to bag the Delaney Cup for a staggering 55th time with Westmeath 20/1 to cause a major upset.
To add to the spectacular weekend of GAA, BoyleSports have their infamous GAA In-Play offer available across the finals. The offer sees all losing In-Play bets refunded as free bets if the last score of the match is a goal.
We are leaving it up to the punters to decide who is the stronger side ahead of Roscommon and Galway’s Connacht SFC final on Sunday with both on offer at 11/10.
Currently punters are siding with the 2014 runners up Galway as they hold the lability in the book.
According to punters it will be a straight forward final for both Tyrone and Dublin, with the bets flooding in for the two sides to win their respective finals this Sunday.