With domestic football seasons coming to an end, we take a look at some of the major sports betting events taking place this summer.
We are coming to that time of the year when all the major European leagues are coming to an end. Yes, there is the delayed Euro 2020 to look ahead to, and that will fill a gap for a month, but on the whole, we will be looking for something else to bet on throughout the summer months.
As well as having the Euros, some other major sports betting events coming up this summer include French Open and Wimbledon tennis, The Hundred cricket competition, and the delayed Tokyo Olympics.
The tennis tournaments will take up 4 weeks combined, although Wimbledon will clash with the Euros in part. Wimbledon takes place from 28th June until 11th July, with the Euros starting on 11th June, and running to the same day as the Wimbledon final.
The Tokyo Olympics then runs from 23rd July, until 8th August. The Olympics will finish the weekend before the 2021/22 Premier League season starts.
So there is pretty much something going on across the summer right up until the resumption of top flight football.
The delayed Euros looks set be the top Sports Betting event of the Summer
Ultimately, when it comes to the crunch, I believe the Euros will be the major betting event of this summer. This is the event the best online betting sites will be giving us the best offers on.
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With the delayed Euro 2020 also having (some) fans at matches, it's going to be a must watch event. It will also be a further sign of normality returning to Europe after the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Currently Gareth Southgate's England side are one of the tournament favourites. They are 11/2 with most of the best betting sites. While England's Harry Kane is favourite to be the competition's top goal scorer, he can be backed at 6/1.
If you believe either of the other home nations can cause a shock, Wales are 125/1 to win the competition. With Steve Clarke's Scotland at 250/1.
Expect some Eye Catching offers from the Bookmakers
With England, Scotland and Wales all in the competition, the attention on the event will be huge. This means even more attention on the matches, so even more eye catching offers.
Online betting sites these days do have to be careful not to fall foul of the UK Gambling Commission. This means they have to be careful with the type of offers they make available, and how they market them.
Even so, it shouldn't mean we can't look forward to a summer of top class sporting action, accompanied by some great sports betting offers.