Waterford Have Slight Edge Over Clare Ahead Of Replay

Waterford Have Slight Edge Over Clare Ahead Of Replay

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Pictured at the 2016 Allianz hurling League Final preview in Croke Park is Waterford's Austin Gleeson, left, and Clare's Colm Galvin. Clare face Waterford in the Allianz Hurling League Division 1 Final on Sunday 1st May. Croke Park, Dublin. Picture credit: Ramsey Cardy / SPORTSFILE
Pictured at the 2016 Allianz hurling League Final preview in Croke Park is Waterford’s Austin Gleeson, left, and Clare’s Colm Galvin. Clare face Waterford in the Allianz Hurling League Division 1 Final on Sunday 1st May. Croke Park, Dublin. Picture credit: Ramsey Cardy / SPORTSFILE

Waterford and Clare will head back to Semple Stadium on Sunday for their Allianz Hurling league Division 1 final replay.

Following a 0-22 draw the two sides must prepare for battle once more, but it is Waterford who has the betting on their side. Both Waterford and Clare were initially installed at Evens, but as a result of a lack of interest form punters, Clare have been eased to 11/10 giving Waterford the edge as they remain Even money, according to Boylesports.

A replay of last Sunday’s draw result is undesirable, but can be backed at 17/2. The handicap for the reply is of one point as Waterford -1 are on offer at 13/10 and Clare + 1 are priced at 8/11.

BoyleSports will once again give money back as a free bet on all first, last and anytime goalscorers in the match if it is a draw at half time or full time. Punters have already availed of the offer last week as a result of the draw between the two sides after 70 minutes.

Aoife Heffron, PR Executive for BoyleSports commented “Having each opened at Evens, Waterford have held onto their stance at Evens as Clare are eased to 11/10 due to a lack of support. Despite the drift on Clare, the betting remains extremely close and we are sure to see both sides come out fighting strong on Sunday.”

She added “One thing punters may want to see again is money back as a free bet like last week, but no doubt this time they are hoping for a half time draw instead of a full time draw.”

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