Who is the most-backed for the US Open?
England’s Tommy Fleetwood is the second most backed entrant at today’s US Open, with punters particularly keen on him this morning.
Since 6am, 5.8% of all bets on the 140+ field have backed Fleetwood to win his first major, before he tees off at Winged Foot.
That means only PGA Championship winner Collin Morikawa has attracted more money than Fleetwood, with the 23-year-old accounting for 6.3% of bets in the same time period.
Odds have been cut on Fleetwood, from 40/1 into 35/1 best price with three major bookies. Other firms are offering odds as short as 25/1 on the Englishman.
Xander Schauffele’s major-friendly style has resonated well with punters this morning, accruing 4.8% of all bets.
The 17/2 short price of FedEx Cup winner and world number one Dustin Johnson hasn’t put off punters, with DJ the fourth most backed with 4.5%.
Rounding off the top five most fancied by punters this morning is Spaniard Jon Rahm, with 4.4% of all bets.
Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson: “This year's US Open has a fascinating look to it, with many a quality Englishman vying for glory.
“The popular Tommy Fleetwood has seemingly caught punters' eyes on these shores, although Paul Casey (60/1) and Justin Rose (60/1), who both secured top 10 finishes in the last major, have also been well-backed - as has the exciting Matt Fitzpatrick (55/1).”
US Open most backed this morning:
Collin Morikawa – 6.3%
Tommy Fleetwood – 5.8%
Xander Schauffele – 4.8%
Dustin Johnson – 4.5%
Jon Rahm – 4.4%
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