2020 All-Ireland Senior Championship is fast approaching with another round of action-packed Gaelic football. Currently, you can bet on Gaelic football 2020 top contenders such as Limerick, Tipperary and Galway. However, will you risk it all and take a chance current longshots Dublin and Laois?
This year, the Gaelic Football All-Ireland Senior Championship will run from 31 October to 19 December 2020. Currently, Limerick, Tipperary and Laois are top contenders to bet on Gaelic Football All-Ireland Senior Championship 2020. Furthermore, defending champions Dublin and Laois are longshots for the 2020 title. Here’s how the featured contenders’ winning chances stand on Unibet Sportsbook:
Top contenders to bet on Gaelic Football All-Ireland Senior Championship 2020
According to Unibet Sportsbook, Limerick have the best chance of winning the gaelic football All-Ireland Senior Championship 2020. Limerick have won the Championship twice. However, they were last champions in 1896 and will therefore be under pressure to end their trophy-less streak.
Fortunately, with Unibet Sportsbook odds at 4.00, they still pose as a safe bet on Gaelic Football All-Ireland Senior Championship. Similarly to Limerick, Tipperary (4.00) also find themselves with leading odds of winning on the online sportsbooks in Ireland.
Furthermore, the four-time Gaelic All-Ireland Senior Championship winners (1889, 1895, 1900, 1920) also stand a good chance to end their winless streak. Additionally, Galway will be one of the club’s expected to cause an upset to defending champions Dublin.
The club have a respectable nine All-Ireland Senior Championship title wins to their name. Fortunately, with odds at 7.00, you can bet on Gaelic Football hopefuls Galway to make it 10 this year.
High-risk contenders, Dublin and Laois look to claim unlikely Gaelic football Championship win
According to the online sportsbook news in Ireland, Dublin are one of the most successful Gaelic Football All-Ireland Senior Championship teams. They won the Championship 29 wins and were runners-up 13 times. Additionally, they were a dominant force in the Championship in the previous decade thanks to consecutive wins from 2015-2019.
However, it’s unlikely that they’ll continue their reign according to Unibet Sportsbook. Consequently, the defending champions will be one the longshots to bet on Gaelic Football All-Senior Championship with odds at 41.00. Another longshot looking to defy their bad odds of winning the 2020 Gaelic All-Ireland Senior Championship is Laois.
They’ll also be among the 2020 contenders looking to claim their first Championship win. However, with odds stacked against them at 501.00, a bet on Gaelic Football 2020 hopefuls Laois will be risky.
Be sure to read our latest review about Unibet Sportsbook to learn more about the featured bookmaker. Additionally, for more Gaelic sports betting opportunities, you can read our 2020 Hurling All-Ireland Senior Championship preview.