June 2016 - Latest Sports Betting News
Euro 2016 - France
With the domestic action over, June brings one main attraction for all
football fans as Euro 2016 kicks off on 10th June in France. This will
bring massive betting opportunities and sees England fans hopeful of a
decent showing with arguably a better strike force than in many previous
The outright odds for Euro 2016 are interesting, with France as favourites at 3/1
. The host nation usually does very well with the crowds on their side but this is not a classic France side and the tournament could be won by any number of sides.
Current outright odds for Euro 2016 are as follows:
Rep. of Ireland 150/1
Northern Ireland 500/1
Germany probably look the better bet at 5/1
and we preview their chances along with some of the other main contenders in our Euro 2016 Winner Betting Tips
Of the outsiders, Croatia could be interesting at 28/1
as they are a tidy outfit throughout the team. Wales at 80/1
might do well if they can keep things tight at the back and rely on moments of genius from Gareth Bale, who is a genuinely world class player.
England at 9/1
seem a decent price and could give value for money if they can tighten up at the back.Euro 2016 Top Goalscorer
The top goalscorer market is always an extremely popular market for betting punters at big tournaments and Euro 2016 will be no different. We have a full Euro 2016 Top Goalscorer Betting Tips
article for you to check out and see who you might pick from the list.Horse Racing - Epsom Derby and Royal Ascot
In the midst of all the football which will inevitably dominate all the headlines, there are two very high profile and key horse racing meetings in June. The Epsom Derby takes place on Saturday 4th June and as usual will feature a host of top class flat horses.
The Royal Ascot Festival takes place over five days from 14th to the 18th June and will again feature a host of top class horses trying to take the high value races at this prestigious event.Boxing - Anthony Joshua v Dominic Breazeale
On Saturday 25th June Anthony Joshua makes the first defence of his IBF World heavyweight title at the O2 Arena in London. The action will be live on Sky Sports Box Office and is sure to attract a lot of attention. His opponent is 17-fight unbeaten American Dominic Breazeale who is a big puncher with 15 KOs.
Joshua is the massive betting favourite and is expected to not have too much trouble knocking out the less heralded Breazeale, with the outright odds as follows:
Anthony Joshua 1/16
Dominic Breazeale 14/1
As can be seen, this is barely worth betting on, but Anthony Joshua in Rounds 1-3 in the round group bettng market can be got at 1/3
at Bet365 and should be worth a punt as Joshua is again expected to blow away his rival in quick time.