Early Betting on the All Ireland Hurling Championship

It can be quite a task trying to work out which teams are going to be crowned the champions of any leagues well before the season starts, however if you are a fan of Hurling then one betting market that is bound to be right up your street right now is the futures betting market on the All Ireland Hurling Championship.

Obviously there are plenty of teams that are going to be in with a chance of being crowned the champions of that event this season, but if you do manage to predict the one that will be at this stage in the betting the odds you can secure are never going to be higher.

For those of you wondering just where the early money is going on that betting market, well it is Galway that are attracting the most support, and that has resulted in their win odds being slashed down to just 11/4, but there is still value in those odds for sure.

You are not only going to be able to back the outright winner of this event right now for you can also bet each way and Quinnbet for example are paying out to two places on each-way bets placed with them and are paying out on third of the win odds too.

Other Teams to Consider

Limerick and Tipperary are both teams that could quite easily be crowned the champions this season and win the title and that is a view shared by many punters too for they have both been backed down to the second favourites and their odds of 9/2 suggest either team could do well this season.

I would also advise you to consider backing Cork for by doing so you will be able to get odds of 5/1 and as such they are certainly worth an each-way punt at those odds, and the same could also be said for Kilkenny who are backable at odds of 6/1 too.

Teams with Very Little Chance of Winning

There isn’t much money coming in for any of the other teams, but that doesn’t mean they are not in with a chance of winning the title for teams such as Clare at 8/1 and also Waterford who are currently trading at odds of 12/1 could have a great season.

Wexford look something of a risky bet at their current odds of 20/1 and there may be a little bit of value and a chance to be had by Dublin who are available at even higher odds of 25/1, but just be aware of the risks associated with betting on either of those two teams!

As for which teams have virtually no chance what so ever of either winning the title or finishing in the second spot this season, well they include the likes of Antrim, Laois, Westmeath, Offaly and Carlow at 500/1 and also Kerry who look like they have no chance at all of winning or getting placed at their huge odds of 1000/1!

Be aware that Quinnbet will also be offering you odds throughout the season on each individual match that is being played, so do keep that in mind.

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