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  1. #1
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    2013 British Open

    Phil Mickelson’s odds of winning the 2013 British Open have tumbled from $26 into $19.

    “Mickelson’s price has plummeted since his Scottish Open victory and he has been the best backed contender to beat Tiger Woods,” Sportingbet Australia spokesman Andrew Brown said.

    Woods’ odds have eased from $10 to $11 on the back of the support for Mickelson, while Australia’s Adam Scott remains a firm $17 second favourite.

    “Scott is Australia’s best hope at victory and he will certainly be looking to make up for the disappointment of losing last year’s Championship in the final few holes,” Brown said.

    Justin Rose is a $21 fourth favourite ahead of Graeme McDowell at $23, Rory McIlroy at $26 and Ernie Els and Jason Day, both at $29.

    Scott is $2.25 at Sportingbet.com.au to be top Australian, ahead of Jason Day at $3.50, Geoff Ogilvy at $11, Marc Leishman at $12 and John Senden at $15.

    Sportingbet.com.au is betting to 6th place on all each-way bets at this year’s Open Championship.

    2013 British Open Championship
    Tiger Woods $11.00
    Adam Scott $17.00
    Phil Mickelson $19.00
    Justin Rose $21.00
    Graeme McDowell $23.00
    Rory McIlroy $26.00
    Ernie Els $29.00
    Jason Day $29.00
    Lee Westwood $31.00
    Luke Donald $31.00
    Sergio Garcia $31.00
    Henrik Stenson $34.00
    Others $41.00+

    Top Aussie
    Adam Scott $2.25
    Jason Day $3.50
    Geoff Ogilvy $11.00
    Marc Leishman $12.00
    John Senden $15.00
    Brett Rumford $15.00
    Marcus Fraser $21.00
    Others $23+

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    Tiger Woods has firmed from $11 into $10 at Sportingbet Australia to win the 2013 British Open, commencing at Muirfield this evening, but punters are starting to look outside the favourites.

    Sportingbet Australia has taken multiple four-figure bets for players at $26 or more.

    “We’ve a number of $1,000 bets on Rory McIlroy at $26, Luke Donald at $31 and Ian Poulter at $51,” Sportingbet Australia spokesman Andrew Brown said.

    “One punter has also had $1,000 on Nicolas Colsaerts at $61,” Brown said.

    Adam Scott remains a solid $17 second favourite at Sportingbet, ahead of Phil Mickelson at $19 and Justin Rose at $21.00.

    Scott is $2.50 at Sportingbet.com.au to be top Australian, ahead of Jason Day at $3.50, Geoff Ogilvy at $11, Marc Leishman at $11 and John Senden at $15.

    Sportingbet.com.au is betting to 6th place on all each-way bets at this year’s Open Championship.


    2013 British Open Championship
    Sportingbet Australia market
    Tiger Woods $11.00
    Adam Scott $17.00
    Phil Mickelson $19.00
    Justin Rose $21.00
    Graeme McDowell $23.00
    Rory McIlroy $26.00
    Ernie Els $29.00
    Jason Day $29.00
    Lee Westwood $31.00
    Luke Donald $31.00
    Sergio Garcia $31.00
    Henrik Stenson $34.00
    Others $41.00+

    Top Aussie
    Adam Scott $2.50
    Jason Day $3.50
    Geoff Ogilvy $11.00
    Marc Leishman $11.00
    John Senden $15.00
    Brett Rumford $15.00
    Marcus Fraser $21.00
    Others $23+

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    “Scott is Australia’s best hope at victory and he will certainly be looking to make up for the disappointment of losing last year’s Championship in the final few holes,” truely said agreed it... @admin

 

 

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