GAA Betting Tips
Let’s take a look at some GAA betting tips for this weekend’s schedule, which includes Round 2 matches in the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship and the eagerly anticipated Leinster Senior Football Final clash between Meath and Louth.
Leinster GAA Senior Football Championship Final
Louth (4/1), who have been in the wilderness for 50 years, travel to Dublin on Sunday to take on their bitter rivals, Meath (2/9), in the Leinster Senior Football Final at Croke Park.
Louth dominated possession in their semi-final match against Westmeath and although a little sporadic at times, the Wee County maintained their excellent morale and re-wrote the history books as they claimed victory which gives them their first appearance in the Leinster Final for 50 years.
Meath made themselves convincing contenders for the GAA All-Ireland Football title, after hammering Dublin at Croke park two week’s ago. The Dubs became very fustrated by the referee who give several dubious decisions in favour of the Royal County. In my opinion, Meath’s latest victory can be taken with a pinch of salt. They only managed a mere 9 points against a dreadful Dublin side and with Louth’s physical presence in midfield, combined with their resilience in attack, I expect the Wee County to rustle up their opponents who will be fearful of Louth’s domination in Leinster this season.
Verdict: To Lift the Cup – LOUTH 7/2 / Double Result: LOUTH/LOUTH 11/1
Elsewhere the GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship 2010 round 2 matches take place this weekend and the most interesting match-ups include Wexford’s (9/4) trip to Galway (4/9), Westmeath (9/4) taking on Derry (4/9) and Dublin’s (1/7) difficult clash against Tipperary (5/1).
Dublin are a crazy price at 1/7. They may well get over the line but it’s worth siding with Tipperary on the handicap of +6 at 5/6.