Published 30/08/2010 | 05:00
The ever wily bookies have their prices fixed so as to make finding any value in Sunday's All-Ireland final extremely difficult, meaning you'll have to dig a little deeper this week.
Recent championship match-ups between Kilkenny and Tipperary have failed to produce goal-fests. In their last four championship meetings going back to 1991, they have managed eight goals, an average of just two per game.
With Henry Shefflin a major doubt for Kilkenny, the Cats could be without one of their game-breakers, while Tipperary have hit nine goals in five championship games so far. Under 3.5 goals at 4/6, doubled with Kilkenny opening the scoring with a point from play -- considering their lightning start against Cork -- at 13/8 looks sensible.