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With just over a month until the showdown in Rome, the bookies have released odds to show who they think is most likely to be on the plane.

The betting figures for players to make the Ryder Cup teams make for interesting reading, as captains face a selection headache.

Arguably, Zach Johnson has the tougher of the tasks, being forced to delve into an enormous pool of talent for just six spaces.

The American has already called upon world number one Scottie Scheffler, while US Open champ Wyndham Clark and Patrick Cantlay are safe.

Therefore, three automatic spaces are still up for grabs and Open winner Brian Harman has been left off the bookies’ prices.

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The traders clearly have faith in LIV Golf’s Brooks Koepka making the team after more major success, as well as 32-year-old Max Homa.

Justin Thomas continues to steal the headlines regarding his participation after a tumultuous season, and bookmakers are sitting on the fence at 2/5.

Despite back-to-back wins on the PGA Tour, 43-year-old Lucas Glover is nowhere to be seen in the market.

On the other side of the battle, qualification runs until September 3, so Team European hopefuls have three events left to prove their worth.

The return of the DP World Tour will leave Luke Donald with a conundrum to solve, although Jon Rahm, Rory McIlroy, and Viktor Hovland have already qualified.

Tyrrell Hatton, and Tommy Fleetwood currently hold two automatic spots on the World point list and look nailed on for a spot either way.

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Matt Fitzpatrick also appears certain to be picked, but things get interesting with one place left on the European points list.

Scotsman Robert MacIntyre occupies that space and is 1/5 to make a Ryder Cup debut in September.

Only Justin Rose and Shane Lowry are trading at higher odds, marked at 1/20 and 1/16, respectively.

Sepp Straka can be found at 1/4 after his T2 at the Open championship, but you’d be brave to take a punt on players after the Austrian.

Swedish prodigy Ludvig Aberg has been made a 1/2 shot to find his way into Donald’s side, after showing consistency on the PGA Tour since making his debut.

That is the slimmest price on offer for players without a win, while the shortest price for some LIV Golf representation falls to Thomas Pieters at 9/1.

Full betting odds to make the Ryder Cup – Odds courtesy of Bet 365

Team Europe

Justin Rose – 1/20

Shane Lowry – 1/16

Robert MacIntyre – 1/5

Sepp Straka – 1/4

Adrian Meronk – 4/9

Ludvig Aberg – 1/2

Rasmus Hojgaard – 11/10

Alex Noren – 5/4

Viktor Perez – 2/1

Nicolai Hojgaard – 2/1

Yannik Paul – 2/1

Adrien Dumont De Chassart – 5/2

Seamus Power – 5/1

Aaron Rai – 7/1

Pablo Larrazabal – 7/1

Jordan Smith – 7/1

Thorbjorn Olesen – 8/1

Thomas Pieters – 9/1

Adrien Otaegui – 9/1

Jorge Campillo – 20/1

Alex Bjork – 20/1

Alex Fitzpatrick – 40/1

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Team USA

Brooks Koepka – 1/20

Max Homa – 1/12

Rickie Fowler – 1/8

Collin Morikawa – 1/4

Justin Thomas – 2/5

Cameron Young – 4/9

Tony Finau – 6/4

Sam Burns – 7/4

Keegan Bradley – 2/1

Denny McCarthy – 8/1

Dustin Johnson – 8/1

Russell Henley – 8/1

Bryson DeChambeau – 10/1

Sahith Theegala – 14/1

Talor Gooch – 20/1

Patrick Reed – 20/1

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