Whitby Town are 100/1 for the Evo-Stik NPL title ahead of Wednesday night’s game with Workington at the Turnbull Ground.
Whitby were 6/4 for the game with Workington 7/5 and the draw 5/2 and betting on the division is wide open with FC United of Manchester 7/2 favs from leaders Buxton 7/2 and Skelmersdale United 5/1.
England are only 14/1 to beat San Marino 10-0 at Wembley tonight as Euro 2016 qualification grips the nation. Seriously has there ever been a competitive England international with so little interest?
Wayne Rooney is 5/2 to open the scoring with Danny Welbeck 3s and Raheem Sterling 9/2.
The second half is the highest scoring half at 8/11 and that looks an attractive price given the opposition look sure to tire despite the fact that the Three Lions could take their foot off the gas with Sunday’s trip to Estonia in mind.
There are some more eagerly-anticipated clashes this weekend involving the home nations, however, and Wales are 9/4 with BetVictor to see off the challenge of Bosnia-Herzegovina (5/4) with the draw 23/10.
With injuries to Liverpool’s Joe Allen and Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey Joe Ledley needs to step up to the plate and the Palace midfielder will have to be at the top of his game if Wales are to get a vital three points.
Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale is 5/1 to open the scoring with Manchester City’s Bosnian striker Edin Dzeko 17/4 market leader. Ledley is 14/1 to open the scoring and 11/2 to score at any time during the ninety minutes.
Wales are 16/1 at BetVictor to top Group B behind Belgium (2/9) and Bosnia (5/1) and with Cyprus visiting Cardiff on Monday manager Chris Coleman knows nothing less than four points from those two games would put a big dent in their qualification hopes.
No domestic action this weekend but just an update on our market to be top Yorkshire Club in the Championship after the 1-1 draw between Leeds and Wednesday last weekend and we bet:
Sheffield Wednesday 4/7
The Whites are 8/1 to finish in the top six and thus be guaranteed a play-off spot at worse yet only 6/1 to be relegated.
Darko Milanic is still looking for a first win since taking over the reins at Elland Road but the 11/4 does look a shade too big although the Owls showed once again at the weekend that they are a decent Championship side.
The Rugby League Grand Final is an all-Lancashire affair and for all rugby fans we have opened a market on whether Sam Burgess, who was Man-of-the-Match in Sunday’s NRL Grand Final despite playing with a fractured cheekbone and eye socket, will play for England in the 2015 Rugby Union World Cup.
He is joining Bath when he has recovered from his injuries but will he make Stuart Lancaster’s WC squad?
Sam Burgess to play for England in 2015 Rugby Union WC?
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