Victoria’s richest race for two year olds is on this Saturday the 28th of February, 2015 at 5:50PM. The Blue Diamond Stakes is held at Caulfield Racecourse and has a prize purse of $1,000,000 AUD.
In this post I compare the odds from Australia’s top online bookmakers for all the runners in this years race so you can get the best fixed odds online.
The current favourite Fontiton who remains unbeaten has drawn barrier 1, making the filly shorten even further in the betting.
The 2015 AFL Premership season is just around the corner, now is the perfect time to get a look at the players you’re considering having a punt on to win this years Brownlow Medal.
As usual, I’ve compared the odds for the favourites to win the 2015 Brownlow Medal and I’ll keep these odds the same for the rest of the season, it can often be very interesting looking back at the odds that were available for certain players before the season proper begins. If not for anything other than disappointment that we didn’t think to bet on certain players earlier in the year when their odds were so good.
As well as listing the best odds from the top Aussie bookmakers, I list my top 3 Up and Coming Brownlow Medal chances, as well as briefly touch on players from a few clubs which in any other year would certainly be in with a good chance of winning this years Charlie, however certain circumstances may make it too hard for them to win in 2015.
2015 is the year of the 103rd annual Australian Open tennis tournament, known around the world as the Grand Slam of Asia/Pacific. It’s the first Grand Slam of the calendar year, this year the Australian Open begins on January 19th and runs through the 1st of February. It comes as no suprise that the current favourites to take out the Men’s and Women’s Singles titles are Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams, both are currently ranked world number 1, however there are plenty of other chances to take home the trophy. After winning the Brisbane International recently, Maria Sharapova and four-time […]
Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou is holding the final training session on Thursday evening, the day before his team takes on Kuwait in the 2015 AFC Asian Cup opening match. Australia and Japan are favoured to go deep into the tournament and with a friendly draw for the home side, a lot of Aussies are hopeful that we can win the Asian Cup outright. After showing some good signs in the World Cup in Brazil, the Australian team and public deserve to be quietly confident that they can shake up some of the best teams in Asia. Here are the best odds and my tips for the 2015 Asian Cup.