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People living outside the UK may find this a little strange. Putting a bet on the name of the next Royal child? It’s a bit weird, isn’t it? Well yes, yes it is. However, that doesn’t stop online betting sites in the UK like Bet365 offering Royal baby name odds. They know this is a bit of a tradition now. One of the numerous little occasional flutters the British love so much. However whilst we bet on the name of the next Royal baby, the Royal family themselves have more somber duties.

The Cricket world cup takes place every 4 years similar to the football world cup. In the list of most-watched world cups, cricket ranks at number 3 just behind football and Tour de France. Interestingly, in the 2019 world cup, 2.6 billion viewers tuned in to watch the most popular cricket event of the year. This goes on to prove that cricket certainly is more popular than most people imagine it to be. The first-ever Cricket world cup dates back to 1975, which is less than 50 years ago. Since then there have been 12 cricket world cup winners.

The Suez Canal has been making headlines for the last two weeks. A giant container ship Ever Given has blocked one of the world’s most important trade routes but was finally set free. However, there are predictions that similar accidents can happen again, so you can bet on the future of the Suez Canal.

Augusta beckons but for first time in a long time it will lack one of the greatest ever golfers; Tiger Woods. Players will doubtless express their concern and well wishes, as would we all, but it means one less attractive bet on the Masters. Oh sure, online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada weren’t giving Tiger great chances, but now he doesn’t have any. That’s a real shame. Maybe in time he’ll come back again, but for now we need to look for another player to back.

They have run the Arctic Rally since the 1960s but this is the first time as part of the WRC season. Rovaniemi is next to the Arctic Circle, so the conditions are always as icy and snowy as the name suggests. So, whilst Sebastien Ogier is favorite at online betting sites in the UK like Bet365, it’s anyone’s race. Mostly because they’ll need to be very careful. One slip and they can bet on the Arctic Rally ending almost instantly, their car neatly wrapped around a pine tree.

We are now a matter of weeks away from the event, so we are offering you the ultimate 2021 Cheltenham betting guide. Anticipation continuously grows. In addition, betting portfolios also begin to grow. Moreover, discussions about who rides where and which horses are ‘well handicapped’ begin to grow feverishly. It really is the most wonderful time of the year. Especially for jumps racing fans. Below you can see a run through the key Championship races. Furthermore, we will also take a look at other key races across the four days of the Greatest Show on Turf.

You can bet on the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series to get the best start possible at Daytona. The circuit oozes history of US motorsports. They’ve run this race each year since 1959 and it’s still as big a draw as ever. Fans love the unique atmosphere and hugely exciting racing. This year all eyes are on Denny Hamlin and Joey Logano but it’s anyone’s race really. Never bet on NASCAR to be predictable. So, lets check out the other odds on the Daytona 500 at online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada.

They voted for Brexit and now they’ve got it. The British are now experiencing the ramifications of their historic decision to leave the European Union. So, whilst online sportsbook sites in the UK like Bet365 offer odds on who’ll take the leap next, it’s unlikely there will be many takers. Obviously, you can just bet on the EU to make it as painful as possible for the UK. They want to set an example, and to judge by the prices on offer at the bookies, it’s probably working.