Badminton – Thomas Cup Odds

The Thomas Cup is an international badminton competition in which nations that are part of the Badminton World Federation contest for the Thomas Cup title which is one of the highest prizes in the world of international badminton.

This year’s event will be the 30th edition of the Thomas Cup and it will take place in Bangkok, Thailand from 20th to 27th May 2018. All matches will be contested at the popular IMPACT Arena and Thailand will try to present itself as a good host as this will be the first time that the country will host the tournament.

16 nations which are divided in four groups will compete for the Thomas Cup title. The first two of each group will progress to the quarter finals from where the competition will go into an elimination format, culminating with a final which will provide the winner of the 2018 Thomas Cup.

In this article we will look at the outright winner market for the 2018 edition of the Thomas Cup and we will compare the betting offers of five very reputable betting providers not just in terms of the odds they offer, but also their bonuses, promotions and other important factors for a punter.

Fun88

Fun88 is powered and operated by TGP Europe Ltd and is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. Fun88 has established itself as a very reputable betting platform as it always prioritizes the security of clients’ deposits and winnings.

In addition to this, they also are one of the most generous betting establishments out there and have some very enticing bonuses and promotions such as their Welcome Bonus of £28 for all new customers.

When it comes to betting on the Thomas Cup 2018 winner, Fun88 offer some very competitive odds. They make China their main favourite and assign them odds of 20/49 to win the tournament. The Chinese are followed by Indonesia (15/4) and Denmark (17/4) which could both prove to be serious contenders to the most populated nation in the world.

Other candidates for the 2018 Thomas Cup title include Japan (21/4), South Korea (27/4), Malaysia (15/1), and India (32/1). All of these nations have a decent enough chance to at least get to the elimination stages of the tournament.

That cannot be said about nations such as Taiwan (97/1), Hong Kong (97/1), France (975/1), Germany (975/1), and Russia (975/1) as they are all huge underdogs.

SportPesa

TGP Europe Ltd is also behind SportPesa, which is another very reliable betting operator. They are regulated by the UK Gambling Commission and are always dedicated to providing a risk free betting experience.

Their Welcome Bonus for all first time clients is another reason why you should start betting with them. It stipulates that all first time deposits (of minimum £10) which are placed on the 2018 Thomas Cup are eligible for an extra £10.

Their odds for the outright winner of the competition are enticing as well and backing China to win the 2018 Thomas Cup can be very profitable for you as SportPesa have assigned odds of 20/49 for China to win the illustrious trophy.

Indonesia (15/4) closely follow the Chinese and they have a decent chance to take home yet another Thomas Cup trophy. Denmark (17/4) is SportPesa’s third favourite for the title and this is no surprise if you look at their recent performances.

SportPesa also considers nations such as Japan (21/4), South Korea (27/4), Malaysia (15/1), and India (32/1) to be in with a good chance of winning the tournament.

Betser

Betser is a betting operator which is operated by Hero Gaming Limited, which is regulated by the MGA (Malta Gaming Authority). This is a guarantee for all prospective punters that betting on the 2018 Thomas Cup will both be safe and satisfactory.

If this is your first betting endeavor with Betser, you stand eligible to make full use of their generous Welcome Bonus which gives you a chance to win an additional €10 when placing your first bet of €20 or more.

In terms of the odds that Betser assigns to all of the candidates for the victory at the Thomas Cup, it can be noticed that they are slightly higher than the competition. This is evident if you compare China’s or Indonesia odds of 11/25 and 4/1 respectively with those of other bookmakers.

The same goes for other countries such as Denmark (9/2), Japan (11/2), South Korea (7/1), Malaysia (16/1) which are all given slightly more generous odds than what other betting providers offer.

RedZoneSports

RedZoneSports is a betting platform which is operated by Argyll Entertainment. They are often the first choice of sports punters who are into big bonuses and promotions and badminton punters of their ilk should follow their example. One of the biggest reasons why so many punters are taking their business to RedZoneSports is the Welcome Bonus which guarantees 40% extra on new customers’ deposits and can take their initial deposit up to £200.

China is RedZoneSports’ main favourite to win the 2018 Thomas Cup trophy and they give them odds of 20/49. Indonesia (15/4) is hot on the heels of the biggest favourite and Denmark (17/4) is a close third favourite.

This leading trio is followed by Japan (21/4), South Korea (27/4), Malaysia (15/1), India (32/1), and to some extent Taiwan (97/1) and Hong Kong (97/1) which are somewhat further down the pecking order than the three main favourites.

France (975/1), Germany (975/1), and Russia (975/1) come to the 2018 Thomas Cup only to make up the numbers and extraordinary things shouldn’t be expected from them.

BetEast

BetEast is powered by TGP Europe Ltd and is licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. They offer their punters some enticing odds and price boosts, various accumulator bonuses, daily promotions and much more.

When it comes to their 2018 Thomas Cup betting offer it can be safely said that is on par with the best in the betting industry. They give favourites China enticing odds of 20/49 to win in Bangkok. Their second favourite is Indonesia (15/4) and the Asian badminton heavyweight is followed by the highest ranking European nation, Denmark (17/4).

Japan (21/4), South Korea (27/4), Malaysia (15/1), and India (32/1) will all be trying to spring a surprise or two, but they will have to be at the top of their game if they want to have any chance of competing for the gold.

Taiwan (97/1), Hong Kong (97/1), France (975/1), Germany (975/1), and Russia (975/1) on the other hand, are likely to follow the elimination stages of the tournament at home if BetEast were to be asked.