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GAA Super Bonus Acca: Kerry, Kilkenny, Tyrone and Galway @ 11/2

| 05.07.2013

The advent of the weekend can only mean one thing for fans of all things GAA – that’s right, it’s the latest edition of our weekly Super Bonus Acca.

And this week’s is shaping up to be a real corker, with odds of 11/2 available for those backing Tyrone, Galway, Kerry and Kilkenny.

Let’s get a breakdown of all the bets and odds available.

Tyrone to beat Rosecommon @ 1/8

Arguably the biggest banker of the bunch, Roscommon may have home advantage, but in Tyrone they face a team with a formidable record against them.

Tyrone have knocked Roscommon in each of the last two Championships and they come into this encounter bang in confidence after dispatching Offaly 1-27 in their first qualifier. All signs point to an away win at 1/8.

Kilkenny to beat Tipperary @ 10/11

Both of these sides have suffered their fair share of heartache this term, with neither making their respective Provincial Finals this year.

Defeats to Dublin and Limerick respectively may have ended dented confidence for both sides, but with the home crowd behind them, a solid Kilkenny team should have enough in the tank to see off Tipperary and at odds of 10/11 are well priced.

Kerry to beat Cork @ 8/11

These old rivals meet in the Munster Final after cruising through their quarter final and semi final ties with little worry. Kerry will be without full back Aidan O’Mahony for this match-up, following a dislocated elbow but Cork have plenty of injury concerns of their own.

Key man Aidan Walsh, meanwhile, could also be absent for the visitors who are looking to end a long barren run away to Kerry. Cork have failed to win in their back yard for 18 years and with 8/11 on that run being extended, it could pay off to back the hosts.

Galway to beat Dublin @ 1/2

This first ever Leinster Final between these sides is shaping up to be a mouth-watering prospect, but after claiming the title last season, Galway remain favourites to claim back-to-back honours.

Last year, they destroyed Kilkenny in the final and with Dublin coming into this match of the back of a draining route to the finals, in Joe Canning they have a player capable for firing them to another title.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.



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