Rugby Spread Betting: Tommy Bowe ruled out for up to six weeks after wrist injury

Tommy BoweRugby spread betting fans found out that Tommy Bowe, Ulster wing, was ruled out for up to six weeks after receiving surgery on a wrist injury.

The Irish international who is very famous with rugby spread betting fans around the world damaged his wrist when he was playing for the British and Irish Lions against Queensland Reds, but was able to make a quick recovery and started against Australia in the second and third Tests.

But price per head sportsbooks saw that the 29-years-old’s quick return came at a price and he will not feature in the start of Ulster’s RaboDirect PRO12 campaign, and rugby spread betting fans believe that maybe even the Heineken Cup matches against Leicester Tigers and Montpellier.

“Ulster winger, Tommy Bowe, had minor surgery on his wrist on Wednesday afternoon to treat an injury he sustained playing for the British and Irish Lions in Australia during the summer,” read a statement from Ulster.

“The surgery went well and it is expected that Tommy will return to play in four to six weeks’ time.”

Rugby spread betting fans were very concerned when they saw that Rugby Bowe also didn’t feature in the start of last season following surgery for a hernia, and rugby betting UK services learned that last October he required an additional operation when he ruptured his lateral ligament during a Heineken Cup match against Northampton Saints.

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And price per head sportsbooks know that even though the loss of Bowe could prove to be a very big blow to Ulster, fellow Ireland wing Craig Gilroy and rugby betting UK services believe that the player is getting close to achieving full fitness after not playing the end of last season with a groin problem.

Pay per head services all over the world that follow the squad are anticipating a very good recovery of all of these players, and hopefully this will happen as quickly as possible.