Following their five point win over reigning All-Ireland champions, Clare on Sunday, Cork are now 1/3 from 2/1 to win a 51st Senior Munster Hurling title.
The Rebels odds of regaining the Liam McCarthy trophy have also hardened up and Jimmy Barry-Murphy’s squad are now 10/3 to win the All-Ireland having been 6/1 prior to the victory over Clare.
Cork will now face Limerick in a repeat of last year’s Munster Senior Hurling Final with Limerick on offer at 2/1 to retain the trophy.
As a result of their defeat, Clare have been eased out to 5/1 from 10/3 to retain the Liam McCarthy trophy with Kilkenny currently heading the betting at 2/1 to land a 35th All-Ireland Hurling title.
Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “Cork put up a cracking performance to get the better of Clare and are now odds on to win a 51st Munster Senior Hurling title.”
He added “In the All-Ireland Hurling outright betting punters continue to support Kilkenny at 2/1 to win a record 35th All-Ireland title but following Cork’s victory over Clare we are starting to see support for Jimmy Barry-Murphy’s side at their current price of 10/3.”