Asian Cup: Our Best Bets | 9th-31st January | Eurosport

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ASIA’S premier international tournament is upon us. Mark O’Haire (@MarkOHaire) has done the hard work on your behalf to bring you the ultimate betting guide ahead of January’s event.

Outright Winner

Four teams stick out at the top of the betting and we’ve highlighted two teams that have the credentials to go the distance.

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Group A

With tournament hosts Australia alongside South Korea in Group A, it promises to be a fascinating pool. But where’s the value? Are the host nation a bomb-proof bet to finish top of the tree? Nope.

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Group B

The only group without an odds-on favourite, Group B is a punters dream with plenty of sexy odds about. We’ve outlined a couple of juicy bets at tasty prices and teams you might like to know more about.

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Group C

Arguably the most intriguing of the four groups with three West Asian rivals competing alongside the continent’s top-ranked side Iran. But wait, we’re not backing the Persians for top spot!

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Group D

Defending champions Japan take centre-stage in Group D. But it’s all about examining their three rivals to see who’ll join them in the knockout stages. You might fall off your seat when you see who we’ve selected!

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Asian Cup 2015

We’re planning on covering the tournament with tips to cover every day’s play in Australia so keep checking the site for our latest best bets.

Got a view? Let us know who you’re backing and why in the comments box below.

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After starting his career in newspaper journalism, Mark soon found his way into the online betting world, forging a career in content, social media and marketing production. With a huge passion for stats, the Football League and European football, Mark’s other interests include playing rugby, following his beloved QPR and travel.

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