Best Bets and Tips for 2010

This entry was posted on Tuesday, January 5th, 2010

BEST BETS 2010… but first a funny video

Right, forget the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, here are some of the best tips for this year, and not from Alan (!)

What are the best bets in 2010? You need look no further than the world of sport this year. Plenty of good online casino reviews etc on Oggs main site, but let’s look at the sporting tips in certainly a busy year to come.

Let’s start with the World Cup football in South Africa this summer, Ladbrokes and other bookies have these odds 11/2 for England to heal 44 years of hurt and win. Sky Bet offer 150/1 on David Beckham clinching the trophy by hitting the winning penalty in a shoot-out. Whilst Brazil and Spain are joint favourites the best bet looks to be the current champions Italy at a very good 12-1 across the board.

At home in the UK, Chelsea were anti-post favourites to win the Premiership title and still available at 6/5 with Blue Square, 888sport.com, Sky Bet and Paddy Power. And the Golden Boot award? Well the preseason outsider at 50/1 Darren Bent is on scintillating form and now priced at 7/1.

Of course England’s cricketers are bouyed by their 2009 Ashes win and are 11/8 with Totesport to retain those Ashes in Australia at the end of 2010. Rugby Union’s Six Nations’ title is up for grabs with England at 5/1 but still only second favourite behind the impressive Irish.

Boxing was wild in in 2009. David Haye is 2/1 with William Hill to defend his WBA heavyweight crown by beating John Ruiz and then beating either of the Klitschko brothers all in 2010.

Golf is normally the best sport to bet on and the amazing news story involving Tiger Woods at the end of 2009 has seen him withdraw from playing, but the cracking bet of Totesport’s 5/2 shot that he is lured back to play in The Masters as his first golf competition in 2010 is one not to pass lightly.

USA is not doing well at Wimbledon in the Mens’ Championship and so the Brits have Andy Murray at 11/8 with Sky Bet, Totesport and Victor Chandler to win a major grand slam in 2010.

Now I love Formula One motor racing and the return of Michael Schumacher will certainly spice the races up, Sportingbet have him at at one time would have been an outrageously good price of 3/1 to win the drivers’ championship, but perhaps the best bet is with William Hill and that the champion will be British, a fair 5/4.

Now I can’t miss out horseracing, and my wasn’t 2009 probably the best year ever, one exceptional horse race after another. The magnificent Kauto Star is 6/4 to lift win the Cheltenham Gold Cup in the Spring and other festival tips are Big Bucks at 6/4 with most bookies to take the World Hurdle and Master Minded at 7/4 to win the Queen Mother Champion Chase.

I miss my local dog track that shut down, but will be keeping my eye on the fine Irish dog Tyrur Quinn to spring a surprise and race off with the Greyhound Derby, well at a cheeky 50/1 each-way price why not. I’d love Ireland to win something this year if they are not going to be represented at the football World Cup.

Well enjoy your year, bet safe and may the luck of the Irish be with you in 2010!

Cheers! JC

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  4. hi Italy will win the world cup!

  5. Evita Jaquay says:

    Hello there,I like your site and it looks very interesting and easy to read,really!. I came from holland. I love the Soccer and cannot wait till 11th June, can you?.But there is a problem camming from FIFA. It is that doesn´t choose the best teams in this planet for the World Cup which it should otherwise don´t call the World Cup a final, if you want to play soccer for the soul of competition then go to the olympics games. this is basically what the World Cup is turning to, and it su…, ire needed to beat argentina to be in and is not, jap beat lowly teams as bahrain, qatar, kuwait, to be in, is this justice I dont think so, just because you are in the World Cup it doesn´t mean that you have the quality to be in like jap can attes. Any way, I expect to see a great final on 11th July and my favorite winner team is Chile,and my favorite player is David Beckham.Good blog and keep going.Cu!

  6. nice perspective. Who do you fancy in Wimbledon 2010? I like Nadal and Venus Williams must be favorites for sports fans betting on ATP Wimbledon.

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  10. Today I saw Mr. Woods’s discussion with the press right now and I have to say that he did look rather sorry that he and Elin were now officially divorced. This was really one of the most that I’ve ever heard him talk about his marriage to his now ex-wife Elin Nordegren and even though he did not go into particular details, he made it really obvious that he was the 1 that royally messed everything up and seriously regrets what he has done to his family. Since things are now finished with his separation and divorce, I am curious when or if Tiger Woods will regain the form that us golf fans have come accustomed to watching. Right after observing him play so poorly this calendar year, I seriously have worries that we may perhaps in no way see that dominant golf figure again. I actually believe that this will, by far, be the toughest challenge that he will have had faced in his expert golfing profession. Just believe, this might be the point in Mr. Woods’s career where he has arrived at his peak and it’s only down hill from here. He’s thirty-five now, and athlete’s abilities usually start off to decline as soon as they hit their mid-thirties. It’s a wonder that he still has the number one world ranking still, one might have figured that “Lefty” would’ve taken it by now but he now surprisingly has some condition that is impacting his golf game.

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