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2020 Grand National - Tiger Roll tipped to win consecutive Grand National titles
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One for Arthur jumps the last fence before going on to win the Grand National. (Photo credit: PAUL ELLIS/AFP/Getty Images)
2020 Grand National Preview, Predictions & Betting Tips
|Date||Saturday April 4, 2020|
|Prize Money||£1 million|
The Grand National is one of those must-see races and if you haven't watched it before, now is a better time than any.
It's also a great race for punters as the big field means big odds. Only Tiger Roll is quoted at single-figure odds and that means great value for punters looking to make money betting this great English race.
2020 Grand National Best Bet - Tiger Roll @ 4.50
Tiger Roll scored a quality win in the 2018 Grand National and he's back for another shot at the title. The Gordon Elliott-trained nine-year-old has been in good form since, winning two of his three starts.
His most win came in the Glenfarclas Chase at Cheltenham where he scored by 22 lengths and that one-sided display holds him in good stead for this. He ran as the 2.20 favourite on that occasion and given his odds of 4.50 here, punters are getting good value.
We would be surprised to see him out of the placings.
2020 Grand National Best Each Way - Rathvinden @ 11.00
Rathvinden is trained by Willie Mullins and punters should always respect the Mullins' stable. The 11-year-old is in good form having won at Fairyhouse by 3.5 lengths last start and that came against a quality field.
Despite being an elder statesman at 11 years old, this will be his first attempt at the Grand National. He has taken on mostly smaller fields throughout his career but he did beat a field of 24 to break maiden status.
This is harder but expect a solid performance.
2020 Grand National Best Roughie - One For Arthur @ 26.00
One For Arthur is always a popular punters' elect and punters are getting good odds here. The 10-year-old hasn't performed well at his last two starts but he was a brilliant winner of the Grand National in 2017.
He defeated a field of 40 runners when scoring by 4.5 lengths and if he can find form similar to two years back, he's a real chance at turning back the clock and scoring what would be an incredible win.