WGC Dell Technologies Round 3 Match Play

March 23, 2018 March 23, 2018 David Nugent
WGC Dell Technologies Round 3

I am aware that many people are going to be betting on the individual round 3 matches that make up the WGC Dell Technologies event, and if you are thinking of doing so you will of course need to know which matches are scheduled and the odds associated with each of them too.

The first match that is expected to be a close run thing is the Marc Leishman V Branden Grace match, and if you have your eye on Marc Leishman winning it, then now would be a good time to place a bet on him and he is 23/20 to win, the tie is on offer at 6 to 1 and the odds on Branden Grace winning at even money.

Next is the Bubba Watson V Julian Suri match, and Bubba Watson is expected to win this match as his odds of 1/2 suggest, the ties bet is on offer at odds of 6/1 but if you do fancy having a bet on Julian Suri then his odds of 12/5 must look appealing.

Regarding the Rory Mcilroy V Brian Harman match, it will not surprise you to learn that Rory McIlroy is the favorite to win that match and if you think he is going to then how about placing a bet on him at 4/7, much like the matches listed about the tie bet can be had at odds of 6/1 and the odds on his opponent that being Brian Harman are 21/10.

Will Jhonattan Vegas Win His Match?

Whilst many of the favorite players may win their respective matches today, I am not completely convinced that Jhonattan Vegas will win his match against Peter Uihlein, so it might be worth opposing him even though his odds are 5/4 and instead either have a bet on the draw at 6/1 or place your money on Peter Uihlein and take advantage of his odds of 19/20.

Another round three match that you may be interested in placing a bet on is the Phil Mickelson V Rafa Cabrera-Bello match, if you do so then you will find that Phil Mickelson is generally on offer at odds of 5/6, you can bet on the tie are 6/1 and the odds you can get on Rafa Cabrera-Bello are 7/5.

There is not much separating Satoshi Kodaira and Charles Howell regarding the odds on both of them in their match today, but as is proving to be fairly standard the odds on that match ending in a draw are 6 to 1 and the odds on Satoshi Kodaira winning are 19/10 and the odds on Charles Howell winning are 8/13

You may just want to also have a bet on the Jon Rahm V Kiradech Aphibarnrat match and if you do then the odds currently available on Jon Rahm to win are 5/6 the odds on the tie are once again 6 to 1 but the odds you will get offered right now on Kiradech Aphibarnrat are 7/5, so he does offer some value if you do fancy his chances it does have to be said.

Take a Chance on Keegan Bradley

Let me now move onto giving you a round up and overview of the odds available on some of the many other round 3 matches that you may also be interested in betting on, and the very first match is the Chez Reavie V Keegan Bradley match that sees Chez Reavie penciled in as the favorite at odds of even money, the draw is 6 to 1 and the odds available on Keegan Bradley, who I do like the look of to win this match are 23/20.

The match between Alex Noren and Tony Finau should be a fine display of golf and I am not sure which golfer is going to come out on top on that match, but the odds on Alex Noren doing so are currently 10/11 the draw and tie odds are once again 6 to 1 and the odds on Tony Finau winning are 13/10.

There is s till enough time, or there was at the time of me compiling this news story, to get a bet on the Thomas Pieters V Kevin Na match, and fi you plan on watching that match then you may as well have a bet on it and by doing so you will find the odds available on Thomas Pieters are 19/20 the tie odds are 11/2 and the odds that you can currently get on Kevin Na are 13/10

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