BettingDiaryWolves at home to Manchester United in the English Premier League is the highlight for punters on Monday and we take a close look at that match and also touch on some of what we have to look forward to later in the week.






Wolves opened their campaign with a goalless draw away at Leicester last weekend while Manchester United got their fans dreaming of greater glories with a 4-0 home win over Chelsea.

These sides met three times last season with Wolves winning 2-1 at home in the League and also beating Manchester United 2-1 in the FA Cup while the EPL match at Old Trafford finished 1-1.

The visitors have been priced as favourites at 14/10 with the draw 9/4 and Wolves currently on offer at 22/10. Other popular markets include over and under 2.5 goals where overs is trading at 11/10 and both teams to score, Yes or No, where you can get 17/20 the pair.

Wolves, once again, look to have a sound squad and this looks like a tricky encounter for United and we feel the draw is a big runner at 9/4.

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Click here to bet on all EPL fixtures as we have a full house of them coming up on the weekend including the big clash between Liverpool and Arsenal.




Local Horse Racing takes place at Flamingo Park in Kimberley on Monday and, who knows, Kimberley could also be the venue for a Currie Cup playoff in a couple of weeks time with Griquas going very well.

Back to the racing though and the action gets going at 12h10 with the 9th and final race scheduled to go off at 16h35. We like the chances of the favourite, Calabash, in the 6th race with the current win price of 11/10.

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There are two PSL fixtures taking place on Tuesday night with Sundowns hosting Cape Town City and AmaZulu against Pirates.

Pirates will be feeling the heat after the exit from the MTN Cup at the hands of Highlands and their current price of 21/20 may well drift closer to kick-off.

Click here to bet on all PSL matches including those coming up at the weekend.

Cycling fans will be delighted that the Vuelta a Espana starts later this week and as always this race should provide plenty of entertainment.

Primoz Roglic is currently the ruling favourite at 7/4 with Miguel Angel Lopez 3/1 and Giro winner, Richard Carapaz priced at 7/2, you can get 9/1 about Steven Kruijswijk and 16/1 and better the balance. There will be betting on each stage including match bets and you can click here to bet on the Vuelta.

Other sporting highlights to look forward to this week are the Tour Championships Golf and the third Ashes Test.


Note, all odds quoted are subject to change.                                   

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