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Bruce Mouat (left) led his Team GB side to victory against the United States


Free tips, best bets and analysis for the Men’s Winter Olympics
Beijing 2022 curling final.

where to watch

Live coverage of Beijing 2022 on BBC and Eurosport

When to bet

Men’s Curling Gold Medal Game
Starts 6am on Saturday

Four-man bobsleigh
Round 1 starts at 1:30 a.m. Saturday

Men’s Mass Start Biathlon
Starts Friday 9am

Best bets

Quentin Fillon Maillet winner of the men’s biathlon mass start
1point 11-4 Ladbrokes

Already recommended

Sweden to win men’s curling gold
1pt 4-1 February 9

Overview of bets

They left it late but Team GB finally secured a medal at the 2022 Winter Olympics.

Bruce Mouat and his team edged out 2018 Olympic champions United States in the men’s curling semi-finals to face Sweden, whom they beat in the group stage only on Wednesday.

It was the first game the Swedes had lost in the group stage, and it could be significant as they didn’t need to win it with their place in the semi-finals already guaranteed.

They also lost their last group game to Switzerland but bounced back in the semi-finals to beat Canada in a game which, like GB v USA, went all the way.

Great Britain are the favorites for the gold medal game, but those who took Racing Post Sport’s pre-tournament advice to support the Swedes can be happy with their bet.

The four-man sprint gets underway at 1.30am on Friday evening and British team driver Brad Hall will be looking to make amends for being knocked out of the two-man competition.

Francesco Friedrich went home with a clean sweep of medals for Germany in the two-man, and should probably be even shorter than the 1-3 on offer after claiming victory in seven of eight World Cup races four this season.

The Beijing biathlon action wraps up with the men’s and women’s mass starts and France’s Quentin Fillon Maillet is worth the bet to add another Olympic gold medal to his collection.

The overall World Cup leader has two golds and a silver in the individual races, as well as two silvers in the two relays, and his shot looked much safer under pressure than his main expected rival, Johannes Thingnes Boe.

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Ruth J. Leeds