It is now time for you to consider placing a bet on the All Ireland Hurling Championship, and trying to make sense of just which teams have the very best chance of winning the title this season or finishing in one of the top two positions.
There are some huge odds available at betting sites like Quinnbet if you are prepared to take a few chances on the team or teams you do end up backing being crowned the champion this season and today I will enlighten you on the odds available at that betting site on their futures betting market.
Just be aware that if you want to increase your chances of getting a winning payout an each-way bet may be called for and Quinnbet for reference are offering one third of the win odds and are paying out to two places on the place part of an each-way bet.
Looking at the futures betting market on the All Ireland Hurling Championship there is one team that does appear to currently have the best chance of winning the title this year and that team are Galway. The odds you can bag on them right now are certainly high being as they are 11/4!
Next in the Betting
Moving onto the next few teams in the betting, if you are of the mind that Galway are not going to do very well this season, both Limerick and Tipperary appear to have been backed on the futures betting markets as their odds are just 9/2 to be crowned champions this season.
You may be hunting for some teams that could win the title but are on offer at some even higher odds, and if that is the case then two teams worth considering are Cork who are easy to back at odds of 5/1 right now and also Kilkenny who look a value bet at 6/1!
The Remainder of the Field
You may be of the mind that this season one of the rank outsiders are going to have an improvement in their form and win the title and as you would expect each of the rest of the teams do have some even higher and juicer odds attached to them!
Take for example Clare, they do have a good chance of having a great season and it would only take a small improvement in their form for them to win or get placed and as such they may just be worth a punt at their current odds of 8/1.
The same may also be said for a few of the other teams such as Waterford who look an interesting bet at odds of 12/1 and then there is always Wexford at 20/1 and another team that is bound to get punters backing them at their current odds of 25/1 are Dublin.
The teams that nobody or very few punters appear to be backing include Antrim, Laois, Westmeath, Offaly and Carlow and if for whatever reason that I cannot think of you do think any of them are going to win or get placed this season then now is the time to back them as each of those teams are available at odds of 500/1, and Kerry are the outsider at gigantic odds of 1000/1!