Challenge Cup Betting Tips: How To Back Star Try Scorers At Boosted Odds This Weekend– PAYS IN CASH!

Dave Kuzio:
Blake Austin - Warrington Wolves Challenge Cup

The Challenge Cup reaches the semi-final stage this weekend with Leeds Rhinos taking on Leeds Rhinos and Salford Red Devils taking on Warrington Wolves, online bookmaker Sky Bet is now offering all new and existing customers the chance to back three big name try scorers at boosted odds to score at any time, with winnings to be paid in cash! Back Blake Austin, Bevan French and Jackson Hastings all to score in their relevant matches.

There are two Challenge Cup semi-finals taking place in St Helens this Saturday, with Leeds Rhinos and Wigan Warriors going up against each other and Salford Red Devils taking on Warrington Wolves. I am expecting plenty of tries this Saturday, so take advantage of Sky Bet’s first try scorer price boost. Get odds of 10/1 that Blake Austin, Bevan French and Jackson Hastings all score a try during the 80 minutes.

Read on for our three reasons to claim this Super League try scorer price boost…

Challenge Cup Semi-Finals Price Boost Tips: 3 Reasons To Claim Challenge Cup Price Boost

  1. Blake Austin came in for a lot of criticism before the lockdown break for not being as influential in matches as he should be. Since the season restarted, Austin has started to run at defences more and leave the organising side of the game to others. This has made him a better player, he also seems to be enjoying this role which makes him even more dangerous.
  2. In recent weeks, it has been just like printing your own money by backing Bevan French to score a try. The former Parramatta Eels star is one of the most exciting players in Super League and he makes it look effortless the way he dances through defences. If Wigan are allowed to attack, then expect French to be one of the try scorers.
  3. The reigning Man of Steel Jackson Hastings is still a joy to watch. He is another player who plays with a smile on his face. Coming over to England – first with Salford before joining Wigan – has reinvented his career and he is hard to stop close to the line, plus he will always be on hand for a walkover try as he backs up the likes of Liam Farrell and Zak Hardaker when they make line breaks.

All of these selected players are matchwinners in their own right, and you could have a strong case for backing them all to score the opening try. Why take that risk, at 10/1 it is better to back them all together to score at any time during the 80 minutes.