Donegal are being offered at 20/1 to win the All Ireland title next September while Dublin are at 6/5 to retain Sam Maguire and Kerry are 3/1 to win a record 38th title.
Following their victory over Kerry in the National League Football final, Dublin have hardened into 6/5 from 5/4 to retain the Sam Maguire.
Kerry have been eased out to 3/1 from 5/2 to win a record 38th title whilst Mayo are next in the betting at 11/2.
Newly crowned Division 2 champions, Tyrone are priced at 12/1 to lift the trophy for a fourth time having last lifted it back in 2008.
Cork are next on offer at 16/1 with 2012 champions, Donegal are available at 20/1 whilst Roscommon, who had a tremendous campaign in Division 1, are priced at 33/1.
Liam Glynn, BoyleSports’ spokesperson said: “Dublin won a fourth consecutive National Football League title on Sunday after a comfortable eleven point victory over Kerry and already punters are latching onto Jim Gavin’s side to retain the Sam Maguire trophy in September.”
He added “Kerry have been eased out to 3/1 to win a record 38th title and since their defeat on Sunday punters are hesitant to get behind The Kingdom with all the money coming for Dublin in the past 24 hours.”