We’re tracking the Commonwealth Games odds for the best bets at Birmingham 2022 and are providing a daily look at the major events.
Despite the summer’s hectic sporting schedule, 72 nations will compete during just under two weeks of action, including some modern-day greats.
Here are our top tips on Sunday, August 7:
The men’s and women’s 4x100m and 4x400m relays always throw up plenty of thrills and spills.
Scotland’s Laura Muir bids to improve on her 800m bronze in the 1500m final and 10,000m queen Eilish McColgan seeks to double up over 5,000m.
In-form local runner Matthew Hudson-Smith will look to challenge in the men’s 400m and Barbadian Sada Williams is rated a class apart in the women’s equivalent.
Wyclife Kinyamal of Kenya is the one to beat in the men’s 800m, while Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan will look to follow up her recent World Championships win in the women’s 100m hurdles.
Indian duo Abdulla Aboobacker Narangolintevid and Praveen Chithravel could make an impression in the men’s triple jump.
Ese Brume of Nigeria and Australia’s Brooke Buschkuehl are expected to battle it out for gold in the women’s long jump.
Kelsey-Lee Barber of Australia is the one to beat in the women’s javelin and Grenadian Anderson Peters appeals in the men’s event.
Mark Cavendish of the Isle of Man heads the betting in the men’s road race, followed by English duo Fred Wright and Ethan Vernon.
Australia are hot favourites to beat India in the final after England and New Zealand fight it out for bronze.
England are slight underdogs to beat Australia in the women’s decider to secure a first Commonwealth Games triumph.
Australia will be eyeing revenge for a group-stage loss to Jamaica in the final and England face New Zealand for bronze.
Canada will be trying to upset Australia in both finals. In the women’s event, Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes have been well backed to rediscover the sparkle which saw them crowned 2019 world champions.
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