Whilst it is very true to say that speedway racing is not the most popular sport, there are several tournaments and events spread throughout the year that do tend to attract plenty of sports bettors, and one of those events is the Grand Prix.
It won’t be very long before the winner of the 2019 Grand Prix is known, and if you are interested in placing a bet on any of the riders that are in with a chance of winning, then BetHard are offering some extremely generous odds on their futures betting market on that event right now.
For those of you that may not have been following the early betting markets on that event, I will now give you a few pointers as to which riders are in with a chance of winning it, starting with the two joint favourites, those being Tai Woffinden and Bartosz Zmarzlik who are on offer at BetHard at odds of 9/4.
There is a huge jump in the odds on offer on the next rider in the betting, and that is Jason Doylem if you think he does have a chance of beating all of the other entrants in the Speedway Grand Prix of 2019 then now is the best time to back him as his outright winner odds are generous at 8/1.
Anyone that does follow speedway racing will tell you that anything can and often does happen as a race or tournament is in full flow, and with that thought at the forefront of your mind you may fancy backing one of the other riders at slightly higher odds.
If that is the case then there are currently four 10/1 shots, any of which could win this event and for reference they are Fredrik Lindgren, Artem Laguta, Maciej Janowski and Leon Madsen, but do bet on any of them if you so desire sooner rather than later as those odds could change at any time of course.
You can also back any of the other eight riders that will be taking their chances in this year’s Speedway Grand Prix and as for just what odds you will be rewarded with on any of those outsiders, well both Patryk Dudek and Martin Vaculik are fairly easy to back right now for sure as their win odds are 18/1.
Three riders are currently being offered at odds of 20.1 and they are Emil Sajfutdinov, Greg Hancock and also Niels K. Iversen, but to be perfectly honest unless they up their game I cannot see any of them winning this event.
The final three riders are Matej Zagar, Janusz Kolodziej and also Antonio Lindback and being the rank outsiders you are going to be offered some fairly high odds on any of them if you do fancy backing them that is, and those odds are 40/1.
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