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  2. 3.00 Utt Two e/w for me KILDISART 15/2 & STREETS OF DOYEN 14/1 3.10 Curr win bet on English raider ALLIGATOR ALLEY 6/1 & e/w LAUGH A MINUTE 20/1 4..10 Curr Two e/w MASSAMAN 11/1 & GOLDEN TWILIGHT 16/1 All bog all small bets for an interest on a boring Sunday! Happy Punting All
  3. 1510 Cur - Only Spoofing and Urban Beat (6p) 1440 Cur - Blairmayne and Head Mistress (6p) £1 ew cross double (£8) and £1.50 ew singles. Both with skybet @ sp
  4. Curragh 15:10 Only Spoofing 22/1 Win BetVictor
  5. Vancouver Whitecaps vs New England Revolution The final game in our previews of this mammoth weekend of MLS action is the 1am BST kick-off on Monday morning between Vancouver Whitecaps and New England Revolution at the BC Place in Vancouver. Both teams are locked in their respective conference play-off battles so the difference between a win and a loss here could be the thin line that decides whether they reach the play-offs or not. Vancouver Whitecaps are putting their poor start to the season firmly behind them with Vanni Sartini's men now having lost just 2 of their last 8 regular season games. This decent run of results had moved the team up to 9th in the Western Conference and just 3 points outside the play-offs. The Whitecaps also come into this game knowing they have turned this stadium into a bit of a fortress this season having won 4, drawn 2, and lost just 1 of their 7 league games played here. The 2-0 win away to high-flying FC Dallas was also a statement of intent in their last league outing. The Blue and White will also be buzzing after reaching the Canadian Championship Final in midweek thanks to a 2-1 win over York United which sets up a grand stage versus Toronto FC next month. New England Revolution may have won the Supporters' Shield last season but it's not been a walk in the park this time around. Head coach Bruce Arena is continuing to turn the club's fortunes around after a dour start. It's now 8 regular season games unbeaten for the Revs which has seen them move up to 7th place in the Eastern Conference table with a chance to go even higher with a victory here. The team are relying on their attack to score more than their opposition with the team failing to keep a clean sheet in their last 7 league games. The Revs are also unbeaten in their last three road games in the league including winning their last two away matches. Adam Buksa and Matt Turner have now both departed the club so we'll have to wait and see what the long-term affects of their exits will be but the team seems to be coping OK for now. The home team has prevailed victorious in 5 of the last 9 meetings between Vancouver Whitecaps and New England Revolution. Both teams are in solid form coming into this one but I'd say the away team edge it slightly. Still, they are going through their own period of transition with big name outgoings. The Revs never make it easy and I do think the Whitecaps have shown enough that they can hold their visitors to a draw. Draw @ 3.70 with Bet365 BTTS @ 1.70 with William Hill
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  7. Philadelphia Union vs New York City FC The penultimate game from this weekend of matches in the MLS is heading our way at 10pm BST on Sunday evening when Philadelphia Union take on New York City FC at Subaru Park in Chester in what is set to be a top-end of the table clash. Both teams will feel they can get the win here to boost their Supporters' Shield hopes but you can help but feel neither team would exactly begrudge a draw. Philadelphia Union are enjoying a positive season so far with the team currently sat in 4th position in the Eastern Conference and only 1 point off the pace of top spot. Head coach Jim Curtin has led his team on an impressive unbeaten run of 8 games in the regular season but the fans will certainly feel it's a case of what could have been with the team drawing 7 of those games. Even turning three of those draws into wins would see the team clear at the summit of the conference table. The team have only conceded 2 goals in the last 4 league games showing how resolute the back-line has become but with 9 goals scored in the last 8 games you would hope their attacking line would be upping the clinical finishing. The Union may well be unbeaten at home this season in the league but it's also 4 draws in their last 4 home encounters so they're struggling to see off visiting teams. New York City FC come into this game with an opportunity to extend their lead at the top of the Eastern Conference table. The Pigeons could move 4 points clear at the peak with a victory. The fans have seen their team go unbeaten for the last 9 regular season matches including earning 7 victories during that run. It was a 1-1 draw at home to Colorado Rapids last time out which will feel like a missed chance for City. 7 clean sheets in the previous 9 league games is a testament to the resilient defensive line that the team built under former head coach Ronny Deila and it'll be interesting to see if interim head coach Nick Cushing can bring out better performances than the one we saw last time out. I do wonder if Deila's departure will hurt City's aspirations over a longer period of time. These two played out the Eastern Conference Final last season with New York City FC prevailing as 2-1 winners. The two franchises are in different positions now but you have to feel the departure of Deila has come at a bad time for City with Philadelphia Union still looking dangerous as we enter the midway point of the season. I think the combination of home advantage, stability, and a quest for revenge will be enough to spur the Union on to get the win. Philadelphia Union Draw No Bet @ 1.97 with SBK Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.91 with SBK
  8. 12 points on France to win at 6/1 with Uni Had a look at the teams in terms of odds, form, Fifa rankings, draw etc. and arrived at the conclusion that France were a reasonable bet at the price. Not an earth-shattering conclusion to say that I think the winner will come from the front 6 in the betting. There are only 16 teams in in it and those 6 are all at single figure odds with Norway 20/1 next. England at 9/2 not the worst bet given current form and the fact that they're hosts but they're looking at Spain or Germany in the QF and I think the price is fair at best. Spain and Germany are in the obligatory "Group of Death" and I think the former are false favourites at less than 4/1. Good as they are, and as strong as the domestic game is now, I think the market has overrated them slightly. Germany not the force of old but still to be respected. I wouldn't back them at 8/1 though given the draw. Holland and Sweden should get out of group C easily enough but don't appeal at the prices. France have the easiest looking group to me (in with the 8th, 10th and 11th ranked teams in the competition). Recent form comparable to England. Just stood out enough to me at a price that was clear best and may well be trimmed. (Still 6 for now on the exchange.)
  9. 4.20 Curragh Miss Myers ( win only ) 25/1 Bet 365
  10. Cartmel: 2.20 Alqamar 5/1 @ Bet365 please Thanks
  11. 230 pounding poet 455 win Lucia joy win or ew
  12. Curragh 1.40 Proud And Regal @ 20/1 Bet365
  13. 2.40 Curragh Heavenly Power 9/2 b365 All the best.
  14. Curragh : Night of Romance 1st @ 5\1, Emphatic Answer 3rd @ 7\1, Shartash 1st @ 9\1, Chicago Bear 4th @ 5\1 Curragh 13.40 Sea legend @ 7\1 1/5 1-3 14.10 Zarinsk @ 11\2 1/4 1-2 14.40 Gordan Bennett @ 7\1 1/5 1-5 15.10 Alligator Alley @ 6\1 1/5 1-5 15.45 Dreamloper @ 11\2 1/5 1-3 16.20 Dame Rapide @ 7\1 1/5 1-4 16.50 Lecale's destiny @ 7\1 1/5 1-3
  15. 2.50 Cart Deestar 5/2 3.15 Win True Courage 5/1 3.35 Uttx Bathiva 5/2 5.00 Cart Catchmeifyoucan 9/2 6 x 0.2 win doubles = 4 x 0.2 win trebles + 1 x 0.2 fourfold = Dbls 25.15, Trble 74.37 & 4 fold 80.85 = 2.20 staked Singles: 2.00 Uttx Miss Wachit 1 pt win at 9/1 (PL Nap but I am doing badly with these this month) 3.00 Uttx Kildisart 1 pt win at 9.8 = 4.2 staked so far. Had a few bob on @richard-westwood's race (4 pts) and trying to get 1 pt matched for 4 places on Blairmayne at 5.2 (may not happen as it's on 4.4 but who knows)
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    1st @ 13\8 & 3rd yesterday Kirilenko 16.55 Windsor 1 Pt Win @ 13\8 (bog) Thrice-raced maiden. Possibly needed the run when fourth of 14 in maiden (5/2) at Nottingham (8.3f, good) 51 days ago. Type to do better for leading connections as she makes handicap debut. Cougar 17.25 Curragh 1 Pt Win @ 7\4 (bog) Lightly-raced colt. Creditable second of 7 in handicap at Down Royal (12.8f, good to soft, 6/4) 8 days ago. Back down in trip. Leading form claims.
  17. 14.30 Uttoxeter - Dorrells Pierji - 1 Pt Win @ 3\1 Bet365
  18. 3.10 curragh Make A Challenge 40/1 Bet365 EW
  19. 2.00 Uttx Miss Wachit 1 pt win at 9/1 with Bet365
  20. As always, good luck to everyone getting involved! Mai Hontama to beat Clara Tauson at 2.60 with Unibet Tauson didn't play any preparatory tournaments on grass, while Hontama had a good run in the qualifiers and is generally a tricky player to play against. A good friend of mine from the Czech Republic also saw her play in the qualifiers and said she was moving really well etc., so I suppose she's worth a shot at odds against. On ranking alone, Tauson would be an even bigger fav, so chances are that the bookies are sensing an upset here as well. Jan-Lennard Struff (+2.5 sets) to beat Carlos Alcaraz at 1.64 with Unibet Alcaraz is a big unknown on grass, and his performances in the exhibition events suggest that he might not even be fully fit. Struff has been pretty poor lately, too, but he tends to be decent against big names and his serve can do the job here on its own, too. I think he'll raise his game for the occasion, and I think that he'll be able to steal a set off Alcaraza way more often than not. Martina Trevisan to beat Elisabetta Cocciaretto at 1.62 with Unibet Both players feel much better on clay, of course, but Trevisan had a great run in the French Open and she also actually played on grass, unlike Cocciaretto. Considering that I also rate her as the better player of the two overall, it all combines for a bet for me here. Yanina Wickmayer to beat Lin Zhu 1.67 with Unibet Zhu has been absolutely tragic recently, while Wickmayer seems energized after her comeback. Dominik Koepfer to beat Daniel Elahi Galan at 1.68 with Pinnacle Not confident at all about Galan's chances of grass, he didn't bother to prepare much by the looks of things. Koepfer isn't too impressive, either, but at least he's more proficient on hard courts etc. Lorenzo Sonego to beat Denis Kudla at 1.86 with Pinnacle Over the longer format, I much prefer Sonego's composure, even despite his recent loss against Kudla.
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