Hurling Betting Picks Explained on OLBG
Here you will find today's free Hurling betting picks from OLBG's knowledgeable betting tipsters.
Hurling picks on this page include upcoming match predictions and ante-post selections for the season ahead. So expect to find, for example, Leinster Hurling Championship and the Munster Hurling Championship GAA picks here.
The most popular Hurling picks are listed for upcoming matches along with the date and kick-off times at the top of the page and the ante-post Hurling picks for seasonal championships are listed under the tournament section.
Along with the top Hurling predictions you will find the current odds, the number of picks received, and the total number of picks placed on the market outcome.
Also shown is the confidence percentage rating which is used to also identify potential 1 to 5-star value rating picks, 5 stars being the best.
To view all the match market picks before placing your Hurling bets, click on the most popular picks highlighted and you will now be able to view all the match picks.
Here you can also see the Best Tipster's Tip from the most profitable hurling tipster over the past 12 months and the profit performance stats over the past week, month, and year for all tipsters placing hurling selections on the match.
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Road to the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship
The All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship was established in 1887 and crowns the best Hurling team in Ireland.
Teams can qualify for the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship via three different tournaments and depending on finishing positions teams come in at different stages.
The winners of the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship come in at the semi-final stage, the runners-up come in at the quarter-finals whilst the team finishing third in the group stage comes in at the preliminary quarter-finals.
The same format is also used for the Munster Senior Hurling Championship with teams advancing based on their finishing positions.
The other two spaces in the playoffs come from the two teams who make the Joe McDonagh Cup final, they both advance to the preliminary quarter-finals.
This all means the better your season performance, the fewer games you need to win in the playoffs to be crowned champions.