In what seems like the blink of an eye, we’ve arrived at a point where there are only five months left in 2022. Indeed, it felt like yesterday that the world was making New Year’s resolutions and now we’re all of sudden closer to Christmas than we are to the beginning of the year. Time certainly waits for no man but the good news is that we’re also one step closer to some of the biggest sporting events of the year, and indeed the conclusion to some of the most enthralling title showdowns of 2022.
The Galway Races
Late July always brings with it the running of the Galway Races, one of the world’s most sought-after horse racing events that attracts an international audience. As for the possible winners, according to the latest Galway Races betting odds Gallant Flame is tipped to win the 2m5f Mdn Hrd.
The experts’ opinion is always a useful read when it comes to horse racing, which is why the Galway Races betting tips will help shine a light on all the goings on in the West of Ireland during this iconic festival.
The Premier League
The wait is almost over for soccer fans who have had to endure an agonizing break of over two months during the off-season. Finally, the world’s most competitive league is almost here again and the task for 19 teams will be to stop Manchester City from winning an unprecedented third title in a row after total domination again during the 2021/2022 season. Concerningly however and at just 4/7 in the outright market, Pep Guardiola’s men are the favorites to win the 2022/2023 campaign.
Jurgen Klopp on this season:— Anfield Watch (@AnfieldWatch) July 24, 2022
“I have no idea who will make the race, it looks like City in the end will be the champion. If we hadn't have been champion I think they would've won it five or six times in a row which is really crazy in this country.” #lfc [sky] pic.twitter.com/KyMY1cdwlR
Realistically, the only team capable of stopping them are Liverpool at 11/5 with Chelsea the other nearest challenger at an astonishing price of 13/1. Will it be five titles in six years for the Cityzens? Only time will tell.
The 2022 Formula One season is now past the halfway mark and it seems a certainty that for the first time since 2014, the sport will have a new Constructors’ Champion. Indeed, Ferrari and Red Bull look set to fight it out amongst each other with Christian Horner’s team the outright favorites at 2/9. With that said, Ferrari may have longer odds of 16/5 but they also have the faster car and enough races to wipe out Red Bull’s lead. This is certainly one duel not to take your eyes off.
T20 Cricket World Cup
The middle of October will see the eighth edition of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup take place in Australia. These days, T20 cricket is the most watched of the three formats which essentially means that this is now the biggest tournament in the sport. Despite being the reigning T20 World Cup champions, Australia finds themselves matched at 3/1 with fellow tournament favorites England who are the team tipped to go all the day Down Under owing to the inspired leadership of Jos Buttler.
You should, of course, never write India off and at 7/2 they represent good value. It does, however, look for all money that Australia will have to witness their oldest foe win in their backyard with England far and away the most balanced team at this year’s World Cup.