Latest Betting on the Moto GP Championship without Marquez

As far as this year’s Moto GP Championship goes, there is only going to be one winner, and that is of course Marquez. He really is at the top of his game and is a rider that can always be relied on to deliver the goods whenever he is on the track.

Many betting sites have had a betting market on this championship for quite some time now, however as the money is only going on Marquez to win that has resulted in his odds dropping so low nobody in their right mind is going to back him now to win at his current odds of 50/1!

So one betting site, that being William Hill have chosen to remove him from their betting without Marquez betting market, so it doesn’t matter if he wins as long as you chosen rider comes first or second to him then you will have placed a winning get on that betting market.

In fact, William Hill will also let you place an each-way bet too, so if your chosen rider comes first or second, or even in third place as long as Marquez does win or come second if your chosen rider comes third, then you will still be paid out and the terms of their each -way betting market are one third of the win odds for first or second place, or third place too if Marquez comes first or second!

Value to be Had Backing Andrea Dovizioso

Latest Betting on the Moto GP Championship without Marquez 1

By taking Marquez out of the betting, there are plenty of chances for you from a betting point of view, but one stand out bet on this betting without market is Andrea Dovizioso who is on offer at real value being as his odds at William Hill are 11/8.

Obvious from an each-way betting point of view it isn’t going to be financially beneficial to back him each-way, nor will it be when backing the second or third favourite that being Jorge Lorenzo and Valentino Rossi whose win odds are 6/4 and 9/4 respectively, so a win only bet will be the order of the day if you fancy backing any of those riders.

Odds of up to 4000/1 on the Other Riders!

There are some massive odds of up to 4000/1 on offer on some of the other riders, and they include Takaaki Nakagami, Karel Abraham, Thomas Luthi, Xavier Simeon, however at those high odds it is going to take something of a miracle for any of them to win or even get placed!

Some much more realistic bets if you are seeking a few each-way betting propositions, include the likes of Maverick Vinales who is 20/1, and also it could be worth taking a look at riders such as Cal Crutchlow at 50/1 and Danilo Petrucci at 60/1.

For with Marquez being out of this betting market for betting purposes any of them may just bag first or second spot, but any other rider including those 4000/1 shots are highly unlikely to!

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