The early betting markets surrounding the Snooker World Cup this year are not what you could ever call a hive of activity currently, however that does mean that bookies are offering some reasonable odds on all nations that are taking part in that major snooker tournament.
To help you get some idea of just which teams may be worth backing to win that tournament, I will now give you quick insight into the current odds attached to some of the most fancied teams to do well in that tournament.
There have been plenty of support for the England team to win this years Snooker World Cup, and whilst that support has not bee huge, it has resulted in their win odds for this tournament being reduced down to odds of just 3/1 making them the favourite to win it.
That early support may or may not lead you to back them, however there are no shortages of other teams that could quite easily win this tournament, and a couple of other teams that are high up the early betting markets are Wales at 4/1 and Scotland also at odds of 4/1.
Value Each-Way Betting
As the odds on those teams heading the betting market are quite high, and as you will find out below the odds on the other teams are even higher, you could end up being tempted to back any team each-way on this tournament.
If you do then there are several bookies and one that does spring to mind is BetFred, that are going to be giving you one half the win odds on the Place part of an each-way bet on this snooker tournament and are paying out to two places too.
Other Possible Betting Opportunities
Be aware that as part of this tournament there are two Chinese teams taking part in it, those two teams aptly being named China A who are current being touted at win odds of 5/1, and the China B team who are much easier to back at much bigger odds of 10/1.
Another team that has a reasonable but not great chance of success in the Snooker World Cup this year is the Thailand team and they too are available at many different betting sites at odds of 10/1, and the you have the likes of Northern Ireland who are 16/1 and the Republic Of Ireland who are trading at or around the 20/1 mark.
You may fancy the chances of the Belgium team and whilst they do need a little bit of luck during the tournament they may just go on to get placed or could even win the tournament outright, but that isn’t something the odds compilers currently think they are going to do as they are on offer at odds of 22/1.
One other team that is in double digit odds is the Iran and if you are quick you should still be easily able to bag odds on them winning this tournament of 25/1.