The Spread

If Tipperary-Galway ends up being a tight game, Galway look to have the edge.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
15th August, 2015
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The oddsmakers have had an awful summer setting handicaps for the championship. Dublin’s back-to-back failures to cover have put a gloss on otherwise awful summer for bookies where spreads have been far too generous to the favourites.

Today’s All-Ireland hurling semi-final is no exception, as Tipperary have been locked in as implausible -3.0 favourites. Tipp don’t win games that narrowly.

If this ends up being a tight one, Galway...

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