Weekend GAA Match Betting & fixtures - Round 1 of the Leinster Football Championship kicks off on Saturday and it sees Westmeath priced at 4/5 to defeat Louth (5/4) in Cusack Park, with a draw priced at 15/2.
Sunday sees Longford play host to Offaly, with Jack Sheedy’s squad 2/5 to see past Offaly (5/2) and progress to the quarter-finals where they will meet Wexford. Despite having home advantage Wicklow are priced at 5/2 to see past Laois (2/5) with the winners set to meet Dublin in the quarter-finals.
In the Preliminary Round in Ulster, Tyrone are red hot at 2/7 to see past Down (7/2) with a draw priced at 9/1.
Tyrone who will be bidding to win a 14th Ulster title are currently 7/2 to do so whilst 4/1 is available that both Tyrone and Donegal will contest the Ulster Football Final.
Liam Glynn, PR Executive at Boylesports said “Dublin remain the red hot favourites at 1/6 to win a 53rd Leinster Football title and at present their nearest rivals in the betting are Meath at 10/1.”
He added “The Ulster Championship is wide open this year with Derry currently heading the betting at 3/1. We have laid some hefty bets on reigning champions Monaghan who are now priced at 5/1 having been installed at 7/1 to retain the Ulster Football Championship.”