The 2021 Grand National is due to take place on the 10th of April and we are delighted to bring you our Grand National 2021 betting tips. Below we will take a closer look at who will be the Grand National 2021 winner and the latest Grand National 2021 ante post odds. At the time of writing, the odds for the 2021 Grand National winner are 5.50 in favour of Cloth Cap.
Before we move on to the Grand National 2021 tips and predictions, in addition to where to bet on Grand National 2021 and where to watch Grand National 2021, let us take a look at some information about the race itself. The Grand National will be contested at Aintree Racecourse near Liverpool and this will be the 173rd annual running of the race. The 2021 Grand National is set to take place behind closed doors for the first time in its history and it will be sponsored by Randox Health.
We will now move on with the Grand National 2021 betting predictions, beginning with the Grand National 2021 favourites.
The Grand National 2021 odds have one horse as the clear favourite at the time of writing. Cloth Cap was quickly installed as the favourite to win the 2021 Grand National following the withdrawal of Tiger Roll, who had won the previous two editions of the race. In terms of form, it is easy to see why there is plenty of momentum behind Cloth Cap in the betting. He tasted success in the Ladbrokes Trophy at Newbury in November, in what was a superb performance and was tremendous when landing the Premier Chase from the front at Kelso.
Cloth Cap was an ordinary horse throughout his early career but he's now gone from 134 to 148 and that makes him a National horse. Whether he's good enough for that we still don't know, but he jumps and he stays, which are two of the things you need for the job, and Aintree is the plan barring accidents. - Jonjo O'Neill about Cloth Cap, the Racing Post
Running off a mark of only 148, which is 14lbs lower than he should, there can be no doubt Cloth Cap is very well handicapped and the favourite to win the 2021 Grand National. The betting odds for Grand National 2021 have Cloth Cap at interesting price with Unibet. We continue our ante post tips for Grand National 2021 with a look at some of the other contenders to win the race.
2. 2021 Grand National Contenders
Next in our Grand National 2021 preview we come to some of the leading contenders behind Cloth Cap in the Grand National 2021 winner odds. Available in the betting with Bet365 is Any Second Now and much like the favourite, he will be making his first appearance in this race. At 9 years old, he is just the right age for the Grand National and has plenty of experience having completed 18 chase runs. However, many of the victories achieved by Any Second Now have come in shorter races and he prefers smaller fields, something which is not going to happen at the Grand National.
Next in our Grand National 2021 betting predictions we take a look at Burrows Saint, who is on offer with William Hill. Trained by Willie Mullins, Burrows Saint may not in the best form of his life ahead of the Grand National but he won the Irish Grand National over 3m5f against 29 rivals in 2019 and that shows he has what it takes to win this event.
Minella Times is next in the betting with Unibet. Despite never having won a race further than 2¾ miles, Minella Times is showing plenty of improvement and knows how to cope with big fields. Trainer, Henry De Bromhead, enjoyed plenty of success at the Cheltenham Festival, which is a good sign. Some of the other contenders to win the 2021 Grand National include Kimberlite Candy and Secret Reprieve.
3. Grand National 2021 Underdogs
In terms of Grand National 2021 outsiders, looking for horses with plenty of stamina can often pay dividends. Some Neck fits into that bracket nicely and he has had two Cross Country runs at Cheltenham in 2021 plus won in December before finishing third behind Tiger Roll in March. When looking at form, stamina, age, and weight there is plenty to like about Some Neck and he makes a good bet with Bet365.
Potters Corner is another horse among the main underdogs. Having won the Welsh Grand National in December 2019, Potters Corner followed that with victory at the Midlands Grand National in March. If there is rain and soft ground, Potters Corner could be a serious outsider to win the 2021 Grand National.
4. Grand National 2021 Online Transmission
If you choose to have a bet on the race at any of our recommended online bookmakers, including Bet365, 1XBET, William Hill, and Unibet, you will have access to Grand National 2021 live streaming. You can watch all action unfold live and cheer your horse on to victory while placing bets with the help of our Grand National 2021 betting tips.
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