Open Singles Bowls Tournament 2019

I have just noticed that the early betting markets on the Just Retirement Open Singles Bowls Tournament 2019 have just gone live over at the William Hill sportsbook, and that may just be a sporting event that you fancy placing a few speculative bets on right now.

Obviously, as there is plenty of time for you to place such bets, then please do weigh up the odds on offer on each of the competitors having first studied the form of each entrant in that Bowls tournament too.

There are currently two types of bets that William Hill are going to be offering you on this event and that is a simple outright winner bet, and they are also offering each-way betting opportunities too, on which half the win odds will be awarded to you on each-way bets in regards to the place part of the bet on bowlers who finish first or second in that tournament.

Also be aware that for everybody who signs up to the William Hill sportsbook, you will also have access to their sign up welcome betting bonus, when you have signed up, deposited and make your initial bet, full details can be found on their website so do click through our links to visit their website and take a look!

Tournament Favourites

William Hill does have six players listed right at the top of their betting market on this bowls tournament that most punters will be of the mind that one of them will win it.

Those odds and the bowlers include odds of 6/1 on Alex Marshall and Paul Foster, you can also get odds of 7/1 on Greg Harlow and Nick Brett and one bowler than could be worth backing either to win or via an each-way bet is Robert Paxton whose odds do currently look overly generous at 9/1, the one other entrant that is in which an excellent chance of winning at some high odds of 10/1 is Jamie Chestney!

Outsiders and Speculative Punts

With the favourites not being what you could call red-hot ones to win this tournament that does off course mean that any of the outsiders that are chalked up at some much higher pay-out odds could some out on top.

Therefore if you do fancy placing a few speculative punts on some of the so called outsiders then all me to give you an insight in just what odds you can currently secure on some to those Bowlers.

There is some value for sure to be had at William Hill when you take the 12/1 odds on offer on the licks of  Darren Burnett, David Gourlay, Mark Dawes and Stewart Anderson  and I am more than convinced some punters will be taking the 14/1 odds and betting on Mervyn King each-way too!

Bigger odds of 20/1 are available on Jason Greenslade and Michael Stepney and you can also get 25/1 on entrants in this tournament such as Andy Thompson, Les Gillett and Mark Royal.