TIP OF THE WEEK
Will Hill are offering 9/4 that Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray win all four Grand Slams between them in 2012.
The BMW Championship is already underway at Cog Hill in Chicago. Betting after the first day of a tournament is a good option as you have an idea of who will be in the mix on day four yet you can still find value for money - every punters aim.
Below are some tips that could be worth following:
Y.E Yang- E/W @ 66/1
The 2009 USPGA champion enters round two seven shots aback following a 70 on the first day. With five top-ten finishes from just 16 tournaments the consistent Yang is a gift at 66/1.
Rickie Fowler- E/W @ 28/1
Fowler opened with a very respectable 69 on the first day to find himself tied for 8th and six off the leader Justin Rose. The Ryder Cup sensation is still seeking his first win on the professional circuit and at 28/1 he offers great value to be up there at the end of the weekend.
Chez Reavie- E/W @40/1
Reavie also carded a 69 on day one of the championship and at 40/1 he offers superb value. Reavie was an unknown quantity until his superb 2nd place at the Deutsche Bank Championship two weekend's ago. He was pipped by Webb Simpson in a play-off but based on today's play this has made him an even stronger contender.
With the Rugby World Cup ongoing in New Zealand some upsets could be in the offing this weekend in the RaboDirect Pro 12...
Ulster to beat Cardiff Blues - 4/9
The Ulster men host Cardiff on Friday night having opened their new campaign with two wins on the bounce. Highly rated New Zealander Jared Payne makes his Ulster debut and the home side are a good bet to upset League leaders Cardiff and mantain their impressive home record.
Connacht v Edinburgh - 7/4
Irish outfit Connacht enter this contest as slight underdogs but have named a noticeably strong starting 15 for this weekend's trip to Scotland. Irish internationals Gavin Duffy, John Muldoon and Johnny O'Connor all start for the Gaelic province and will pose a serious threat to an Edinburgh side still seeking their first win of the season.
Osprey's to beat Treviso - 4/9
The Osprey's travel to Treviso on Saturday hoping to extend their unbeaten record against the Italian's. Welsh international Dan Biggar was in sterling form against Edinburgh last weekend and with fellow international Andrew Bishop alongside him the Swansea based club should make it 5/5 against their Italian counterparts.
A Treble yields just over 9/2.
Odds are based on Paddypower's and are correct at the time of writing.