Surrey are the visitors to Hove on Friday for the opener and we can’t split the sides at 10/11.
Luke Wright has no IPL commitments and is our 14/1 favourite to score the most runs in the competition .
We have a number of markets on the event including, outright winner -Hamps 5/1, Notts 13/2, Somerset 7/1, Lancs 10/1.
12s Bar including Sussex 14s.
Top tournament batsman include, Luke Wright 14/1, Alex Hales 16/1, Glenn Maxwell 16/1, Kevin Pietersen 16/1, Aaron Finch 16/1, Michael Lumb 20/1,25/1 bar.
South Division winner, Hamps 5/2, Somerset 4/1, Surrey 11/2, Essex 7/1, Sussex 7/1, Middlesex 9/1, 12s bar.
Tim Sherwood remains the ½ favourite at BetVictor to be the next manager of Brighton & Hove Albion after the resignation of Oscar Garcia was accepted by the board at the Amex, and the sacking of the former Spurs boss at White Hart Lane earlier in the week.
Malky Mackay and Paul Clement are 6/1 joint second favourites with Glenn Hoddle a potential dark horse at 12/1.
The Championship play-off will see QPR and Derby County going head-to-head at Wembley on Saturday week with the Rams 29/20 to win in 90 minutes, with the R’s 2/1 and the draw 11/5. County are 4/5 to be promoted with Rangers Even money and it promises to be a cracking game.
The FA Cup final is the big game of the weekend with Arsenal desperate to end their long drought for a major honour.
Opponents Hull City have finished the season with a whimper and it is hard to see beyond a win for the winners who are ½ to win in 90 minutes, with the Tigers 7s and the draw 17/5.
We are refunding certain markets if either side comes from behind to win but I expect to see an emphatic Arsenal success and are 5/4 to win to nil.
For correct score betting, I fancy 2-0 for the Gunners at 6/1 and 3-0 at 10/1.
For all your weekend odds check out BetVictor.com