Aug 5: Jordan’s Sports Tips & Chat


THE Olympics get going in Rio today and Coral make Great Britain 7-1 to pick up more than the 29 gold medals they won in London four years ago.

The Brits landed 65 medals overall at the 2012 Games and they are 5-2 with Coral to better that tally in Brazil.

Mo Farah is odds-on at 2-5 to repeat his feat in London by winning gold in the men’s 5000m and the men’s 10,000m. In the women’s heptathlon, there is very little in the betting between Jessica Ennis-Hill and Katarina Johnson-Thompson who can be backed at 13-8 and 2-1 respectively while in the men’s 100m, Usain Bolt is 8-15 to come out on top again.

In cycling, Chris Froome is evens with Coral to add to his Tour de France success this year by winning gold in the men’s time trial, Lizzie Armistead is 9-2 to win the women’s road race, while Jason Kenny can be backed at 7-4 to land the gold medal in the men’s sprint inside the velodrome.

Coral Olympic specials

5-2 Great Britain to better their 65 medals tally of 2012 Olympics

7-1 Great Britain to better their 29 gold medals won in 2012 Olympics

Most gold medals won
1-5 USA, 7-2 China, 66-1 Russia, 80-1 Great Britain, 100-1 Australia, Germany, 150-1 France, 200-1 Bar

Most medals won
1-12 USA, 6-1 China, 50-1 Russia, 100-1 Great Britain, 125-1 Australia, 150-1 Germany, 20-1 Bar

Great Britain total gold medals won
8-11 Under 18.5, Ebs Over 18.5

Men’s 100m
8-15 Usain Bolt, 13-8 Justin Gatlin, 10-1 Yohan Blake, 16-1 Trayvon Bromwell, 22-1 Bar

Men’s 200m
2-5 Usain Bolt, 4-1 Justin Gatlin, 6-1 LaShawn Merritt, 20-1 Yohan Blake, 25-1 Bar

8-1 World record to be broken in men’s 100m

12-1 World record to be broken in men’s 200m

1-4 Mo Farah to win gold in men’s 5,000m

1-4 Mo Farah to win gold in men’s 10,000m

2-5 Mo Farah to win gold in the men’s 5000m and men’s 10000m

2-1 Greg Rutherford to win gold in men’s long jump

Women’s heptathlon
13-8 Jessica Ennis-Hill, 2-1 Katarina Johnson-Thompson, 3-1 Bar

Men’s sprint
7-4 Jason Kenny, 3-1 Matthew Glatzer, 5-1 Denis Dmitriev, Gregory Bauge, 10-1 Jeffrey Hoogland, 16-1 Damian Zielinski, Francois Pervis, 33-1 Bar.

Men’s team pursuit
4-7 Great Britain, 6-4 Australia, 14-1 New Zealand, 20-1 Switzerland, 33-1 Denamrk, 50-1 Bar

Women’s team pursuit
4-6 USA, Great Britain, 11-2 Australia, 16-1 Canada, 25-1 New Zealand, 100-1 Poland, 150-1 Bar

Women’s road race
4-1 Anna van der Breggan, 9-2 Lizzie Armitstead, 5-1 Marianne Vos, 11-2 Megan Guarnier, 10-1 Emma Johansson, Evelyn Stevens, 14-1 Elisa Longo Borghini, 16-1 Bar

Men’s time trial
Evs Chris Froome, 13-8 Tom Dumoulin, 6-1 Tony Martin, 8-1 Rohan Dennis, 14-1 Vasil Kiriyenka, 22-1 Fabian Cancellara, 25-1 Primoz Roglic, 33-1 Bar

Men’s 10m platform
11-10 Aisen Chen, 6-5 Bo Qiu, 9-1 Tom Daley, 16-1 David Boudia, 33-1 Bar

Men’s tournament
11-2 Henrik Stenson, 7 Sergio Garcia, 12 Rickie Fowler, Justin Rose, 14 Bubba Watson, 16 Patrick Reed, Matt Kuchar, 16 Martin Kaymer, 20 Danny Willett, 25 Bar

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    radu 3 months ago

    Zeballos – Kamke – Zeballos to win @ 1.78 *won* :)
    Combo @ 1.84 *won* :)
    – Zeballos – Kamke – Zeballos (+1.5 set) @ 1.33
    – Puig – Begu – Begu (+1.5 set) @ 1.38

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    happel 3 months ago

    Tomorrow is the mens road race. The road contains cobble stones and a steep climb which the climbers have to endure three times before going downhill and pedaling the last 12 km to the finish. A lot of strong riders are participating, with the likes of Froome, Valverde, Nibali and Rodriguez.

    These are all favourites for the win, but my chauvinistic side says none of them will. I’m rooting for Wout Poels, helper of Froome in the last tour. This race is perfect for him, he is excellent uphill and knows how to survive the cobblestones. Won Luik-Bastenaken-Luik this year and I believe gold will become his tomorrow.

    3 pts on Wout Poels @ 21.00 (Betfair)

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    radu 3 months ago

    Babos – Begu – over 21.5 @ 1.82
    Combo @ 1.96
    – Babos – Begu – over 19.5 @ 1.45
    – Isner – Fritz – 1st Set over 9.5 @ 1.35

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    gunner 3 months ago

    Super Rugby final tomorrow with the Hurricanes at home to the Lions. Canes at home and the bookies have them as massive favourites but the Lions have been playing great rugby and it’s a final so you never know. I’m torn between a few bets so will stick a couple of small bets on.

    I’m going to take over 4.5 penalties at 5/6 (All with bet365). Bookies seem to think this could be an open game but both sides should take the points when given and hopefully should be a tight one. More converted penalties than tries pays 13/10 and could be worth a punt too.

    Lions +8.5 at 17/20 does look good too. Canes did smash them a few weeks back but the Lions have beaten 2 Kiwi teams the last 2 weeks and finals pressure is something else.

    Otherwise 2 fun little bets: 1st stoppage to be a lineout at 4/5 and I’m taking Beauden Barrett anytime tryscorer at 23/10. Has a knack for getting over the whitewash & been scoring for fun lately.

    Should be a cracking game and would be a great story if the Lions can upset the odds!

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    the wiz 3 months ago

    Anybody fancy froome in the time trial, looks similar to the last tour tt,,,Mr orange and other cycling pundits, what you think

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    Jordan 3 months ago

    Monday – 11:00PM – Olympic Basketball

    USA Over 55 1st Half Points @ 17/20 @ William Hill – 2.5 points

    This is a decent total considering the likes of Bwin have 60.5 @ 3/4, Skybet 55.5 @ 8/11 and Sportingbet 56.5 @ 17/20.

    The USA are obvious favourites for the gold and should dominate. The spread is a ridiculous -50.5 which I won’t be touching but the USA will score at will and should hit this. They’ve played two friendlies recently totaling 52 and 55 points at HT but this is the first group game so the starters should get more minutes in the first half. Always think the USA are given it too easy though and sometimes play like the Harlem Globetrotters so don’t go too mad on stakes.

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    Johnb 3 months ago

    The biggest certainly in Olympic history has to be KATIE LEDECKEY in the Swimming 800m freestyle, just a pity she is 1/100

    Olympics Nap

    Women’s Long Jump 17th August 1:05am

    BRITTNEY REESE 13/8 NAP/NB bet365 (double stake)
    Stealing money this, absolutely stealing money

    Cycling Women’s Road Race 7th August 4:15pm

    MEGAN GAURNIER 5/1 eachway bet365
    1/4 odds 4 places

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