IF Leicester win the Premier League at Old Trafford on Sunday it will be the biggest betting shock in history.
Some bookies marked up the Foxes at 5000-1 at the start of the season and as we know dozens of people backed them at that prices – and many have cashed out.
To put in perspective Northern Ireland are 5000-1 to win the 2018 World Cup with Coral and Justin Bieber is 5000-1 to one day be President of the USA. To be fair to Bieber he’d do a better job than Donald Trump as long as he promised not to sing.
Here are Coral‘s top 10 sporting betting shock – let’s hear about yours.
5000-1: Leicester to win the Premier League. If it doesn’t happen on Sunday it will be Monday or next weekend.
300-1: American unknown Ben Curtis winning The Open in 2003.
250-1: Equinoctial winning at Kelso on the November 21, 1990 – biggest-priced winner in horse racing history.
250-1: Goran Ivanisevic winning Wimbledon 2001.
150-1: Greece winning Euro 2004.
150-1: Joe Johnson winning the 1986 Snooker World Championship.
100-1: Foinavon winning the 1967 Grand National
100-1: Jeremy Corbyn winning the Labour 2015 Leader Election.
66-1: Japan beating South Africa in the Rugby World Cup 2015.
42-1: Buster Douglas beating Mike Tyson in 1990.