Boylesports have reported that punters continue to get behind Dublin to retain their All-Ireland crown and following their NFL demolishing of Derry at Croke Park on Sunday, punters have supported Jim Gavin’s squad further into Evens from 13/8.
Their nearest rivals in the betting are last year’s beaten finalists, Mayo, and seven-time All-Ireland Football Champions, Cork, at 6/1.
Kerry, who hold the record for 36 All-Ireland Football titles, are 12/1 to win back the Sam Maguire trophy whilst 2012 winners, Donegal, can be backed at 20/1.
Boylesports has amazingly started to offer a “Betting Without Dublin” market with Both Mayo and Cork priced at 15/8. Kerry are next in the betting at 5/1 with 2008 All-Ireland Champions, Tyrone, priced at 14/1 in the outright market and 8/1 in the “Betting Without Dublin” market.
Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “Following their demolishing over Derry in the NFL, punters can’t get enough of Dublin and have supported them into Evens from 13/8 in the past 24 hours.”
He added “The money continues to come in for the Dubs and it is looking very likely that they will go odds on in the coming days. Mayo, who were beaten finalists in the last two years, are likely to prove a popular alternative at 15/8 in the “Betting Without Dublin”market.”
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