The All-Ireland U21 Football semi-finals take place in Portlaoise on Saturday and currently both Dublin and Cork are proving all the rage to progress to the All-Ireland final.
Dublin who are currently are the 11/8 favourites to lift the trophy are 4/9 to defeat Cavan (9/4) on Saturday, with Dublin priced at 6/5 in the -3 handicap, whilst Cavan +3 can be backed at 5/6.
In the other semi-final, Cork who will be bidding to win a 12th title this year are 10/11 to see past Roscommon (11/10) and have been supported into 5/2 from 11/4 to lift the Clarke Cup.
Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “The U21 All-Ireland Football Championship is certainly coming down to the wire and punters are starting to get stuck into Cork, who have been cut into 5/2 from 11/4 following support to win a record 12th All-Ireland U21 Football title.”
He added “ The Handicap in both semi-finals suggest that both games on Saturday will be tight but so far punters are favouring a Dublin -3 and Cork -1 Double which currently pays just under 4/1.”