Woffinden and Zmarzlik Joint Favourites for Speedway Grand Prix

It is the speedway event of the year, and there is still plenty of time to get your bets placed on who you think is going to be crowned champion of the Grand Prix 2019. However, there are two riders that the majority of punters are backing on the futures betting markets and they are Tai Woffinden and Bartosz Zmarzlik.

Having spend some time today checking around each of our featured betting sites, it is BetHard that are offering the best odds on those two joint favourites, and if you get a move on you are going to still be able to take the 9/4 on them.

However, when it comes to speedway there can be and occasionally is plenty of drama and the usual thrill and sadly spills around the track, and that does of course mean that any of the other riders taking part in the Speedway Grand Prix in 2019 could come out on top.

But having said that there is something of a huge jump regarding the value of the odds on offer at BetHard on all other riders taking part in that event, with the second favourite being on offer at much higher odds of 8/1 and for reference that rider is Jason Doyle.

Fredrik Lindgren a Solid 10/1 Bet

You may have your own ideas as to who is going to be crowned the champion of the Grand Prix this year, and I bet there are a number of you out there that do fancy the chances of Fredrik Lindgren and if so he is a solid bet right now at win odds of 10/1.

In fact, there are a few other riders that are also on offer at the exact same odds currently and they are Artem Laguta, Maciej Janowski and Leon Madsen10/1m but do be aware that as this betting market is live there is always the chance that the odds could move in one direction or another due to betting volumes.

The Rest of the Grand Prix Field

With not that many riders taking part in the Speedway Grand Prix this year, there could be a chance that one of the outsider may have caught your eye and attention, and if so then below you will find the current set of odds attached to allow other riders.

A couple of them that could be appealing to a handful of punters are Patryk Dudek and Martin Vaculik and with some luck in riding either of them could take the spills, and with odds of 18/1 about both of them there is value to be had by backing them early on the futures betting markets for sure.

The likes of Emil Sajfutdinov, Greg Hancock and Niels K. Iversen do not look instantly like champions, however who am I to put you off backing any of them if you do fancy their chances and they can be backed right now at 20/1.

As for the final three riders, well they are all available at odds of 40/1 and they are Matej Zagar, Janusz Kolodziej, Antonio Lindback but it is hard to envisage any of them winning.

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