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Betway World Cup 2018 odds

Betway have Brazil as the 9/2 favourites* (betting odds were taken on June 5th, 2018 at 6:19 p.m.) to walk off with World Cup at Russia 2018 this summer. The chances of the Selecao getting their sixth World Cup title were boosted as their star striker Neymar returned from a broken foot to participate in some pre-World Cup friendlies in early June. His inclusion is just going to lift the entire squad and it is a squad that looks strong and dare we say it, confident enough to have managed without Neymar.

Betway World Cup 2018 odds*

Brazil 9/2 Germany 5/1 Spain 6/1 France 13/2 Argentina night/1 Belgium 11/1 England 16/1 Portugal 25/1 Uruguay 28/1 Croatia 33/1 Columbia 440/1 Russia 40/1 Poland 66/1 Denmark 100/1 Mexico 100/1 Switzerland 100/1 Bar 150/1 * (betting odds were taken on June 5th, 2018 at 6:19 p.m.)

Brazilians boosted by Neymar return

But with Neymar in there, who has an astonishing strike record for his country, Brazil are going to only be more difficult to handle for anyone who goes up against them. There should not be any scare for Brazil who are the odds-on favourites to win Group E where they will compete against Switzerland, Costa Rica and Serbia. You would imagine the Selecao will be able comfortably to get through that challenge and then get down to business in the knockout phase of the tournament. They just don’t look to have any weaknesses other than perhaps some ageing legs across their back line. But tactically they are very sound under new head coach Tite and will be a force to be reckoned with. Brazil generally always are in World Cup betting, and the same can be said of Germany who are the current reigning world champions. The Germans got their hands on the World Cup for the fourth time as they beat Argentina in the 2014 final and they are the only ones that the bookmakers have the closest to Brazil in the outright winner market. In Betway World Cup 2018 odds, Germany are trading at 5/1 second favourites* (betting odds were taken on June 5th, 2018 at 6:19 p.m.). You just know with the Germans that they will show up and put together another supremely efficient tournament display.

Spain and France in contention

Much has been made of the looming challenges of Spain and France at the 2018 World Cup and both of them are hovering around the 6/1 mark* (betting odds were taken on June 5th, 2018 at 6:19 p.m.) in Betway World Cup 2018 odds. Spain really look as if they have gathered themselves and gone up through a few levels of quality since their dismal World Cup 2014 exit in the group stage. While perhaps they don’t have quite the outright scoring power of the other main contenders, the quality that they have in terms of ball possession and creativity should carry them far. France have pace, power and quite the enviable squad that they will be taking to Russia 2018. The French have shown up well in recent major tournaments having reached the quarter-finals of the 2014 World Cup and then having finished as runners-up in the Euro 2016 final. It is perhaps that lapse against Portugal in the Euro 2016 final that will maybe raise questions about them and whether or not they have the tactical strength and mental fortitude to handle the pressure of the big occasions at the latter end of the tournament. Then comes the threat of Argentina which is largely going to come from Lionel Messi. It wasn’t an overly convincing qualification campaign from the Albiceleste, but they got the job done in the end and they have such individuals who can create moments of brilliance that we may once again, just as they did four years ago, see them scraping and edging their way through the rounds. They do have a tricky group stage to manage first off though as they will face Iceland, Croatia and Nigeria.

Will Messi beat Neymar to the Golden Boot?

A lot of the main contenders in the World Cup top goalscorer market can be found playing across those teams who are dubbed as the front runners for the tournament. That’s only natural because the best teams generally have the best players with a few exceptions here and there. For example Lionel Messi is the 9/1 odds* (betting odds were taken on June 5th, 2018 at 6:19 p.m.) favourite in Betway World Cup 2018 top goalscorer odds and he is closely followed by Neymar at 10/1 odds* (betting odds were taken on June 5th, 2018 at 6:19 p.m.). So just the sheer presence of those two alone for their respective countries of Argentina and Brazil are going to lift the chances of either of those getting their hands on the title. French hopes will be resting on Antoine Griezmann to carry the can for them and then you have Germany with Thomas Muller who has scored more World Cup goals than any other player heading to Russia 2018 during his career, and his young compatriot Timo Werner as big scoring threats for them. Manchester city’s Gabriel Jesus could well play a huge supporting role to Neymar in Brazil’s title challenge and be among the goals. There are some countries that may not be quite as fancied to go all the way and win the title, but who can boast a top goalscorer such as Cristiano Ronaldo with Portugal. Naturally with these types of players you would be hoping that they can run up a few goals rapidly in the group stage fixtures. For example England’s Harry Kane is a relatively short price in the top goalscorer market considering that England are not really fancied to win the World Cup. But Kane will be up against relatively weak defences of Tunisia and Panama in the group stage so he could well get a chance to be amongst the goals. Likewise Poland’s prolific Robert Lewandowski who is in a team not backed well to win the tournament, but he was the top goalscorer in UEFA qualification for the World Cup.

Betway World Cup 2018 Top Goalscorer odds

Lionel Messi 9/1 Neymar 10/1 Antoine Griezmann 12/1 Cristiano Ronaldo 12/1 Harry Kane 16/1 Gabriel Jesus 14/1 Romelu Lukaku 16/1 Timo Werner 16/1 Edinson Cavani 20/1 Luis Suarez 25/1 Thomas Muller 25/1 Diego Costa 20/1 Robert Lewandowski 33/1 Eden hazard 33/1 Olivier Giroud 33/1 Radamel Falcao 40/1 Mo Salah 40/1 Bar 50/1 * (betting odds were taken on June 5th, 2018 at 6:19 p.m.)

Royal Ascot 2018 Top Trainer and Jockey Betting – Horse Racing Odds June 19-23

Horse Racing Betting
There are a number of specials surrounding next week's Royal Ascot. The most popular are traditionally the markets surrounding Top Trainer and Top Jockey, though there are odds-on favourites in both. Aidan O'Brien has been Top Trainer at the Royal meeting for the past four years and a powerful team has been assembled to ensure the master of Ballydoyle takes the lion's share of the prize money again. O'Brien amassed a record tally of 28 Group or Grade 1 winners in 2017 and has already sent out two UK classic winners this season in Saxon Warrior and Forever Together. Rhododendron, U S Navy Flag, Hydrangea and Order Of St George are just a few of the stars that the Irish trainer will be sending over. Coral are among those layers offering 1/2 that O'Brien is top dog again this year but the Cashel-based team is not the only one expecting the winners to flow at Royal Ascot next week. John Gosden will run Cracksman and also has high hopes for the likes of Without Parole, Stream Of Stars, Lah Ti Dar and Stradivarius. The yard has been in cracking form so the general 7/2 will make plenty of appeal. Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin team won the Epsom Derby a couple of weeks ago but the operation's leading trainer, Charlie Appleby, is as big as 14/1 to be Top Trainer at Royal Ascot and Sir Michael Stoute is 16/1 in places.

Royal Ascot 2018 Top Trainer Betting

Aidan O'Brien 8/11 John Gosden 7/2 Charlie Appleby 14/1 Sir Michael Stoute 16/1 Mark Johnston 25/1 William Haggas 25/1 Roger Varian 33/1 Wesley Ward 33/1 Clive Cox 50/1 Saeed bin Suroor 50/1 The Top Jockey betting is shaping up to be a match between Ryan Moore and Frankie Dettori. Moore holds the record for most number of wins at a single Royal Ascot meeting, riding nine in 2015. He's been Top Jockey at the meeting for the past four seasons but Dettori has won 50 races down the years at Royal Ascot, including that famous 'Magnificent Seven' in 1996. The pair are backed by the two stables that are likely to dominate proceedings so will have plenty of ammunition and are 8/11 (William Hill) and 7/2 (Betway) respectively to top the charts in 2018. Godolphin's retained jockeys, James Doyle and William Buick, are respectively a best 10/1 and 12/1 but you can get 20/1 about Hamdam Al Maktoum's retained jockey Jim Crowley, even though he has a possible plum ride on Battaash in the King's Stand Stakes. Champion jockey Silvestre De Sousa is 33/1 with several bookmakers.

Royal Ascot 2018 Top Jockey Current Best Odds

Ryan Moore 8/11 Frankie Dettori 7/2 James Doyle 10/1 William Buick 12/1 Oisin Murphy 16/1 Jim Crowley 20/1 Adam Kirby 25/1 Andrea Atzeni 33/1 Silvester De Sousa 33/1 Jamie Spencer 40/1 Paul Hanagan 66/1

Eurovision 2018 Latest Odds and Preview

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A record 43 countries will be taking part in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest from Armenia to the Ukraine. All of the contestants are from countries who are members of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU). If the weight of money is an indicator then ISRAEL (15/8 with BetVictor) is already well on the way to a fourth victory in the Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon this weekend. That would make it the joint sixth most successful country ever in the competition - not bad for a country that isn't even in Europe! Australia is also prominent in the betting (a best 12/1) and you can't get much further away from Europe than Sydney! Israel's last winner was Dana International in 1998 but there are very high hopes for Netta and her song 'Toy' this year and bookmakers have been on the retreat since the turn of the year. While it's unfair to say that the versatile 25-year-old has been backed to the exclusion of all others, it would be a shock of seismic proportions if Israel didn't qualify comfortably from the first semi-final and wow the audience in the final itself at the Altice Arena. Following their maiden success last year, PORTUGAL is staging the Eurovision Song Contest for the first time this year but it's not beyond the realms of possibility that home fans will be celebrating another strong showing from Claudia Pascoal. The 100/1 available with Betfred is quite an enticement as we've heard a lot worse than Claudia's song 'O Jardim' and she'll be backed on stage by the vocals of creator and producer Isaura - the hosts are one of only six countries guaranteed a final spot. France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom are the others but none of that quintet currently feature among the top half-dozen in the betting. French duo Madame Monsieur have been the most popular with punters but are still available at 20/1 with Betfred and their entry 'Mercy' only reached number three in the French charts. It does sound a little dated but could give FRANCE their best result for many years. Eurovision is the musical version of Marmite - you either love it of you hate it! Voting is often political or geographical and the best song doesn't always get the votes it deserves. That said, Portugal's entry last year was head and shoulders above the majority and there have been other deserving winners in recent years, including Norway in 2009 and Sweden in 2015. IRELAND have not won Eurovision since 1996 but are still the country with most victories. Ryan O'Shaughnessy's 'Together' is a hark back to the days of Johnny Logan but is not expected to figure among the front-runners at 300/1 with Sportingbet. If the Irish entry has a retro theme, similar accusations can be levelled against the UK entry 'Storm'. Is SuRie trying to resurrect the ghost of Katrina and The Waves? It was a clear-cut winner of the UK heat but I find it repetitive and boring and I suspect many of the European juries will think the same. It's available at a general 125/1 and, to be honest, should be at least double those odds to win Eurovision 2018. RUSSIA is being shunned by most of Europe at present but is back in the Eurovision fold after they were refused permission to compete in Ukraine last year. However, it is unlikely that disabled artiste Julie Samoylova will elicit much sympathy and ' I Won't Break' is available at 150/1. If there is a dark horse in this year's competition it could be AUSTRIA as Cesar Sampson has a solid Eurovision pedigree and 'Nobody But You' is the product of a team of writers who have worked with Lady Gaga, Kelly Clarkson and John Legend so they know how to put a son together.  Austria can be backed at a general 66/1 while manufactured band Equinox have been backed in recent days to give BULGARIA their first-ever win (now a best 7/1).

Eurovision Song Contest 2018 Current Best Odds

Israel 15/8, Bulgaria 7/1, Czech Republic 8/1, Australia 12/1, Estonia 13/1, France 20/1, Norway and Sweden 25/1, Belgium 33/1, Greece and Spain 40/1, Italy and Finland 50/1, Austria and Netherlands 66/1, Belarus 80/1, Cyprus, Denmark, Portugal, Germany, Lithuania, Armenia and Ukraine 100/1, Russia, Moldova, Latvia, Azerbaijan and United Kingdom 150/1, Macedonia, Hungary, Serbia, Georgia and Malta 250/1, 300/1 and Upwards Others (Odds correct at 10.30am on April 23)

2018 Stobart Flat Jockeys Championship Odds – Horse Racing

Horse Racing Betting
The 2018 Stobart Flat Jockeys Championship runs this year from May 5 to October 20. I must say, I'm not a fan of partitioning off sections of any bona fide full season for purposes of awarding titles. It's like saying we're not going to count the August of a Premier League season, or matches played in May. I can see the sense in having separate championships for the All-Weather and Turf seasons in the UK but the Flat season proper started with the Lincoln in March and ends with the November Handicap at Doncaster in, funnily enough, November. Why jockeys', and trainers' for that matter, hard work for 10 weeks of the year should count for nought in statistical terms seems grossly unfair, especially for those not tied to big stables or backed by wealthy owners. However, that didn't prevent Silvestre De Sousa from being crowned champion jockey again in 2017, two years after he first won the title. The Brazilian is a freelance nowadays but has refuted claims that he may not have the hunger for a third title bid. Hunger is a phenomenon not uncommon to jockeys in general but it doesn't reapply to De Sousa. His natural weight is around 8st, the minimum for riding on the Flat, and fasting has never been a major part of his regime. The 37-year-old was briefly retained jockey for Godolphin but that proved an unfruitful alliance. He's rediscovered his desire for race-riding since severing connections and will again get plenty of rides this season from old mentor Mark Johnston so it is understandable why bookmakers have installed him as their odds-on favourite to retain his title (1/2 with Betway). To be honest, his only serious rival looks to be Andrea Atzeni (a best 7/1). Born in Sardinia, Atzeni has become the man for the big occasion. Now attached to the Newmarket stables of Roger Varian, he also gets plenty of outside rides. He's 10 years younger than De Sousa and 2018 probably represents his best chance yet to become champion jockey, though only if he applies himself to finding rides up and down the country. There are other more well-known names in the betting to become 2018 Stobart Flat Jockey Champion but Jim Crowley is going to be claimed by his retainer Hamdan al-Maktoum on most occasions and the 2016 champion is 10/1 with Betway to regain his crown. Ryan Moore (a general 14/1) will again divide his time between Ireland and the UK riding for Ballydoyle while William Buick (20/1 with William Hill) is rarely seen riding in the colours of any owner apart from Godolphin, who pick and choose carefully where they send their horses and also employ James Doyle (40/1 with Betway) on a full-time basis.

2018 Stobart Flat Jockeys Championship Best Odds

Silvestre De Sousa 1/2, Andrea Atzeni 7/1, Jim Crowley 11/1, Ryan Moore, William Buick and Danny Tudhope 20/1, Oisin Murphy 25/1, Adam Kirby 33/1, James Doyle and Luke Morris 50/1, Paul Hanagan, Joe Fanning and Pat Cosgrave 66/1, Fran Berry, Josephine Gordon, David Egan, Frankie Dettori, PJ McDonald, Jamie Spencer and Kieran Shoemark 100/1


Aintree Festival and Grand National Special Offers – Horse Racing Bets

Horse Racing Betting
If your bookmaker is not offering non runner-no bet on Saturday's Randox Health Grand National, my advice would be to go elsewhere. The going for the start of the Aintree meeting has reverted to soft, good to soft in places after further rain on Merseyside. That could lead to a fresh raft of withdrawals from Saturday's big race and give fresh hope to connections of those horses formerly thought likely to miss out via the ballot system, which only has room for the top 40 in the handicap at the final 48-hour declaration stage. There has been a call this week to bring forward the final declarations to five days for the Grand National and thus increase the excitement and give the public more time to study the final field and place their bets. However, with non runner-no bet, there is no danger of losing stakes so the argument from a betting angle doesn't really hold water. Betway are offering a free bet the same as your stake if your selection loses on the first race of ITV coverage on any day at Aintree, though only on singles as long as you stake between £2 and £10. Unibet are guaranteeing best odds if you take a price about your selection after 10.00am on the day of the race but that applies in general and not just to Aintree this week. Elsewhere, 888sport probably have the most attractive offer for new customers. As long as at least £10 is staked and the customer applies 'Profit Boost Ticket' to his single or accumulator, the bookmaker will pay treble the odds on the Grand National winner and pay the extra in cash into the account. No doubt we'll be getting a multitude of special bets on the big race when the final field is announced on Thursday morning but wagering on winning distances, number of finishers or the fate of lady jockeys Bryony Frost, Katie Walsh and Rachael Blackmore are very much niche markets which are generally undeserving of big stakes.

Betway 4 To Score Prediction Competition

Testing your powers of prediction can be an exciting thing to look forward to every week, especially when you are standing with a chance of winning a share of a big prize pot each week and free entry as well. That is exactly what is on offer at Betway through their 4 To Score promotion which simply asks you to predict which team will score first in each of the top four leagues in England. The competition focuses on a Saturday’s action every week (3 pm kick offs) and the total prize pot for each round is £25,000. Each customer at Betway will get one free entry each week to make their predictions with and the four eligible leagues are the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two. There is a caveat to that, as sometimes the leagues in question will change, for example on FA Cup weekends where there are no Premier League and Championship fixtures.

The Prediction

You will be picking four teams, one from each of the four divisions for the given round of the Betway 4 To Score Prediction Competition. You will then need each of those four teams to score the first goal in their respective division for that round of action to win.

Terms and Conditions.

There is just one entry per account holder per week and the entries must be confirmed before the kick off in the first eligible match each Saturday. An entry cannot be cancelled or edited once it has been submitted. The first scoring team is based on the minute of the match and if there is an occasion where two or more teams from the same league score in the same minute then both teams will be deemed as winners. An example of a minute for the promotion is 03:00 to 03:59. You are looking at the time of a goal being scored, not the time of day to count for the promotion. So a team scoring after five minutes in a 5.30 pm kick off beats a team scoring after 10 minutes in a 3.00 pm kick off. Betway uses the BBC for goal timings. If there are two or more players correctly predicting the first team to score in all divisions, then the prize is split equally between them and if there happens to be no correct predictions for a week, then the prize won’t roll over for the next round.

15 minutes for a £25,000 win for Betway punter

A punter at Betway had a blinder of weekend recently, after some random selections in the operator‚Äôs ‚Äė4 to Score‚Äô game landed them a ¬£25,000 win. The punter, John Bolton, 32, from Llanharan, South Wales ended up with the picks of Plymouth, Morecambe, Eastlight and Brackley in the competition. With all four of them scoring within 15 minutes of kick off in their games, it landed the huge prize¬†for the punter who said: ‚ÄúI‚Äôve played 4 to Score a few times this season and the closest I‚Äôve been is two correct selections, but I really enjoy playing the game. ‚ÄúFor me it‚Äôs life-changing.‚ÄĚ Betway 4 to Score competition is where players predict which side will be the first one to score in the 3pm kick offs in England‚Äôs top four leagues The Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two. There is a ¬£25k prize up for grabs for anyone who can correctly predict it. But last weekend was FA Cup action and that meant a chance in the leagues on offer in the Betway 4 to Score promotion, namely League One, League Two, National League and National League North. Betway Alan Alger, said: ‚ÄúWhat a fantastic start to 2018 for John. Just 15 minutes into Saturday afternoon‚Äôs football and he has scooped an incredible ¬£25,000. ‚ÄúWe wish him all the best for his upcoming holiday and his house hunting when he comes back from America.‚ÄĚ

All-Weather Championships Day Preview – Horse Racing Betting March 30

Horse Racing Betting
There was a time, not long ago, when betting shop staff and many associated with the betting and horse race industries could count on three days off in the year. Christmas Eve and Christmas Day remain sacrosanct in the UK, for the time being at least, but Good Friday was just too much of an opportunity for bookmakers to resist for long. They won their battle with the Christian faith and now Finals Day of the All-Weather Championships has become a permanent fixture. Staged at Lingfield, the spiritual home of all-weather racing in England, there are six championship races worth in excess of £1 million. The six races have attracted 62 top-class entries, including runners from Ireland and France, and 14 line up for the apprentice handicap which gets everything under way. The best is saved to last, however, with the Betway Easter Classic All-Weather Middle Distance Championship, worth £124,5000 to the winner, ending proceedings. Run over 1m2f, this year's feature surprisingly includes only one who contested the race 12 months ago. Battalion finished sixth but it's difficult to envisage Jamie Osborne's eight-year-old faring any better this time and bookmakers agree with 10Bet pricing him up at 33/1.

Betway Easter Classic All-Weather Middle Distance Championship Best Odds

Master The World 7/2, Victory Bond and Mr Owen 4/1, Utmost 13/2, Star Archer 9/1, Abe Lincoln and Petite Jack 14/1, Battle Of Marathon and Pactolus 20/1, Battalion 33/1 The form of several leading contenders is closely intertwined. Master The World beat Utmost, Petite Jack and Battalion in the Listed Churchill Stakes over the course and distance back in November. Utmost then beat Victory Bond, Battle Of Marathon and Petite Jack in the Winter Derby Trial last month. Master The World was beaten narrowly by MR OWEN in the Winter Derby itself but awarded the race in the stewards' room after the first-past-the-post veered under pressure in the closing stages and caused interference. Now that he's proved he stays 1m2f, David Simcock's six-year-old can finally come of age and land the big prize and has to be the value at 4/1 with 10Bet given he's old rival, who isn't as well drawn, is half a point shorter. The Betway All-Weather Marathon Championships Conditions Stakes is, as you would expect by its name, the longest race on the card. It features smart stayers like Mark Johnston's grey Watersmeet, who is seeking a four-timer, and Ralph Beckett's mare Mountain Bell while Maxime Guyon has travelled over to ride French raider Funny Kid. But it might be worth siding with the classy RED VERDON, who steps up from a 1m4f but would not be running in this if Ed Dunlop didn't believe he'd stay - the 10/3 with 10Bet is too big to resist. 

Manchester City Trophy Multiples Betting Odds

Football Betting
After their tense battle in midweek against Leicester in the quarter finals of the EFL Cup, Manchester City continues to fire on all fronts this season. Some bookmakers have already paid out on them winning the Premier League title and they are around the 1/33 across the board at other bookmakers to capture the title. But just how much further than that could they go? A double? A treble? A quadruple? They look in pretty good shape to go and make an assault on all of the competitions that they are going for. They are the 3/1 outright favourite to win the UEFA Champions League this season, the 5/1 outright favourites in the FA Cup despite being drawn against Premier League opponents Burnley in the third round, plus after receiving a semi final draw in the EFL Cup against Bristol City, they are not too surprisingly the odds on favourites to win the League Cup as well. Betway have great markets open for Manchester City Trophy Multiples who you can make a wager on what you think that the Citizens will get in their hands this season. For example, they are an 8/11 price to get the Premier League and the EFL Cup titles this season and given their strong position in the domestic top flight, that really has to be the banker of any bet on Manchester City winning multiple pieces of silverware. The Citizens are 5/1 to get the Premier League and the FA Cup double this season, but really the one that they want more than anything, besides the Premier League title, is going to be the UEFA Champions League. The Citizens are 14/5 to win the Premier League and the Champions League this season while they are a 19/2 price to just land the domestic treble.

Man City Trophy Multiples betting odds

Premier League/EFL Cup 8/11 Premier League/Champions League 14/5 Premier League/FA Cup 5/1 Champions League/EFL Cup 6/1 FA Cup/EFL Cup 9/1 Premier League/EFL Cup/FA Cup 19/2 Champions League/FA Cup 20/1 Premier League/Champions League, FA Cup 22/1 Premier League/Champions League/FA Cup/EFL Cup 33/1 Manchester City have suffered just the one defeat all season across all competitions and that was a dead rubber on match day six of the UEFA Champions league out at Shakhtar Donetsk. City’s David Silva has been backed into 13/2 in the PFA Player of the Year award, with Kevin De Bruyne 8/13 odds on favourite at Betway.

Betway agree new three year deal for UK Championship snooker

The current sponsor of the UK Snooker Championship, Betway have dedicated themselves to producing further support of the sport. They will be keeping the prestigious tournament in its sponsorship portfolio as the operator has agreed on a new three-year deal and that continues their huge support of the sport. Forming part of the sports Triple Crown, alongside the Masters and World Championship, this latest partnership continues the initial two year ¬£850,000 deal agreed two years ago. Barry Hearn, World Snooker Chairman, said: ‚ÄúWe are delighted to welcome Betway on board for at least another three years, especially as they are such a fantastic team to work with. ‚ÄúThis year we celebrate 40 years of the UK Championship and remember the iconic moments that this marvellous tournament has produced. Last year we saw an incredible final between Mark Selby and Ronnie O‚ÄôSullivan which proved the remarkable skill of the players at the top level. Betway CEO Anthony Werkman, added: ‚ÄúThe Betway UK Championship is a fantastic event to be involved with and we‚Äôre really happy to be extending our partnership for a further three years. ‚ÄúContinuing our sponsorship in snooker, and particularly with a top level event like the Betway UK Championship, is really important as we look to build on the strong growth we have achieved in recent years.‚ÄĚ Betway are also current¬†sponsor of the Grand national Festival at Aintree and they are the principal sponsors of Premier League side West Ham as well.