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  5. Congratulations to the finalists! Well done and well deserved. @The Equaliser Thank you for the fair confrontation and count on my sincere wishes for your success in the decision.
  6. 2.15 Naas JOE MASSERIA 1pt win 20/1 Bet365 BOG
  7. Juventus vs Roma After a terrible start of the season, Juventus managed to consolidate and get closer to the top four. The home side was searching for a victory in the first four rounds, but they bounced back with three straight wins. Massimiliano Allegri’s side was struggling in the front, but they scored seven times in the last three Serie A rounds. On the other hand, Giorgio Chiellini and the lads have allowed too many goals so far, but they managed to keep the clean sheet twice in a row. Bianconeri sit in seventh place, and they are four points behind their upcoming rivals. Although they spilled too many points, it’s still not too late for Juventus to get back to the title race. Roma has a good start into the new campaign, and they are currently fourth, with a chance to advance on the standings and skip Inter if they win in Torino. However, Jose Mourinho’s side has been pretty inconsistent lately, as they lost twice and booked three wins in the previous five rounds. Giallorossi have been solid in defense, while Lorenzo Pellegrini and the lads are doing a good job in the front. Roma played three times on the road, but they suffered two straight losses with an identical result – 3:2. The away side wants to fight for a top-four spot this season, and they are doing fine so far. Roma can also get closer to the top spot if they beat Juventus, but they’ll have a tough task. Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction Roma has been playing well so far in the season, but Juventus’s form is on a steep rise. The hosts missed the chance to win just once in the previous six games in all competitions, and they want to keep up where they left off. We believe Bianconeri will continue their streak and book another victory. Goals Market Prediction Head-to-head matches between these two sides have been pretty efficient lately, and their four of the last five encounters went over a 2.5 margin. Roma has been involved in many high-scoring matches so far this season, and we expect to see at least three goals in this one. Juventus to Win @ 1.95 Over 2.5 FT @ 1.80 Correct score 2:1 @ 8.50
  8. Bayer Leverkusen vs Bayern Munich The home side started the season very well, and they entered an excellent run. Bayer Leverkusen celebrated four times on the previous five occasions, and they have three wins in a row. Gerardo Seoane’s side is joint-second along with its upcoming rival, and they are two points behind Borussia Dortmund, having one game in hand. Luas Hradecky and the lads are among the best defensive teams in Bundesliga, conceding seven goals so far in the season. On the other hand, Bayer Leverkusen has been pretty productive, as they netted 20 times. However, the hosts will have the toughest task so far in the campaign since the defending champions come to town. After opening the season with a draw in Monchengladbach, Bayern Munich tied five victories and stabilized its form. However, they go to this match after losing against Eintracht Frankfurt at home, and they currently sit in second place. Robert Lewandowski and the lads have been lethal for the oppositions’ goalkeepers so far, as they scored 24 goals in Bundesliga. They packed seven goals in Bochum’s net, while Bayern netted three times against Barcelona and five against Dynamo Kyiv in the Champions League. Julian Nagelsmann’s side wants to get back on the winning track, but they won’t have an easy task. Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction Although it is never easy to play at BayArena as a visitor, Bayern is a favorite in this clash. We believe they will meet the expectations and get back home with all three points in their bag. Goals Market Prediction Both teams have been involved in high-scoring matches so far in the season, and this one shouldn’t be much different. Nine of their last ten encounters went over a 2.5 margin, but since the odds are too slim on this market, we hope to see at least two goals in the first half. Bayern Munich to Win @ 1.65 Over 1.5 HT @ 1.95 Correct score 1:3 @ 11.50
  9. Vika to beat (-1.5 sets) Paula Badosa at 2.80 with Unibet Here's what I've found written elsewhere: Badosa has played brilliantly in this tournament, defeating two Grand Slam champions en route to the final - Angelique Kerber and Barbora Krejcikova. She will look to produce another upset and take down another Slam winner in Vika on Sunday. The Belarusian is the more experienced of the two players and has triumphed at Indian Wells twice before. That may just give her the edge in this contest and help her emerge victorious for the third time in the California desert. And well I'm going for this bet big time as I saw how bad Badosa and Jabeur played against eachother while there where literally no mistakes from Vika when she beat Ostapenko in the third set to reach the final.
  10. sorry i didnt read enough to realise was tipster service u follow lol. id keep subscribed if its that good long term. cheers for sharing had few winners with u so far adds up.
  11. Bet 175 Columbus Crew vs Inter Miami Lay 0-3 @ 100
  12. 10pts staked. 12pts returned. +2pt profit for the evening. New P/L = +90.2pts
  13. Wow that sounds both good and bad.. I have been spreadbetting since 2007 when I started betting on NFL and kept going on NCAA american college football and NHL and NBA. That's where my experience lies.
  14. Bet 896 Trofense vs Benfica (1-1 93 ET) Over 0.5 ET goals Los Angeles vs San Jose (2-1 67) Over 3.5 goals £3.00 returns £6.00
  15. Juvenile hurdling returns to Sedgefield in what is a standard looking affair for a course with typically modest contests. Average winners of this event achieve a seasonal best RPR of 111 although l'Aigle Royal and Gold Desert (winners in 2014 and 2020 respectively) would reach the frame in Doncaster's Summit Hurdle while 2018 winner Chica Buena would follow up in the Listed Fillies' race at Aintree. The latest edition looks moderate as apart from the sole participant with hurdling experience, the field is comprised of flat maidens without any carrying an official rating exceeding 60. Although left handed and undulating with an uphill finish, Sedgefield's winning DIs of 1.40 median, 1.52 mean, are higher than average and these figures are not significantly lower than those of the average participant. However, the clear round rate of 95.32% still makes it a tricky circuit and its completion rate of 79.10% is one of the lowest in the country. Though newcomers are not aversely affected by the jumping test, their strike rate at the venue of 8.7% is lower than the 11.54% of experienced runners. The going is currently described as good with light showers expected through the evening and morning. Ben Asker bg Paul Robson f5-0-2 (59) 65 Rock Of Gibraltar (Grand Lodge){2-f}(2.38) 2/2 Pour Vous Et Nous 1st 3400m 3yo Conditions Hurdle, Dieppe 2019 Former jockey and current funeral director, Paul Robson, has recently joined the training ranks and enjoyed his first winner last month when Flamboyant Joyaux took a Kelso handicap chase last month. While the fighting career of word class wrestler come unabashed meme Ben Askren is very dead, the birth of Paul Robson's career as a trainer of juvenile hurdlers is born with the similarly named Ben Asker, who reached the frame on his two most recent flat outings for Willie McCreery. These outings each came over seven furlongs at Dundalk with a placing off 60 was followed by a seven-and-a-quarter length third in a claimer back in March in which he was advertised for €10,000. His best flat form is within a few pounds of anything else brought to this race by the other newcomers and while his propensity to hang his head under pressure may be a concern, there is every chance that his seven month break will have given him time to mature. By the same token, the seven month absence means he has fitness to prove and those formerly trained by Willie McCreery count just one winner from fourteen in the sphere. Sire Rock Of Gibraltar has a solid 24.66% winner to runner rate and cousin Pour Vous Et Nous was a winning juvenile in France. Yet to be tested beyond a mile on the flat, Ben Asker shapes as though he can get the trip although there is a chance he might be a bit too fresh first time after his break. Drumfire chg Susan Corbett Unraced Night Of Thunder (Pivotal){13-c}(1.24) 3/1 La Mandragola 1st 2m Maiden Hurdle, Clonmel 2004 Tiger Roll and Cubomania are a notable pair of Darley dispersal horses who made their debuts in juvenile hurdles with the latter costing just £4,500 in 2016. Drumfire cost 4,000 guineas at the Tattersalls Guineas Sale and joins a Susan Corbett yard with one winning juvenile from eight, but with three from five improving for a switch in codes. He is set to be the first British runner over jumps for 2000 Guineas and Lockinge winner Night Of Thunder. Though failing on his sole outing beyond a mile, Night Of Thunder has produced winners at a trip. Furthermore, Night Of Thunder stands at an acceptable 1.64m and sons of Dubawi are capable of producing winning juveniles. The damline is fairly threadbare although the granddam is a sibling of a winning hurdler and Rite Of Passage also appears at 4/3. Notwithstanding, racecourse debutants have a first time strike rate of just 2.33% and Drumfire would appear to be the stable's second string on jockey bookings. Genuflex bg Milton Harris f11-1-5 (74) 79 J1-0-1 (-) 97 98 Holy Roman Emperor (Galileo){1-i}(1.13) 0.5 Gendarme 1st 2m Handicap Hurdle (88), Limerick 2021 The only participant with hurdling experience, Genuflex is also the only flat winner set to face the starter. This victory came at the third time of asking in a Windsor nursery while under the care of Richard Hannon. Though he failed to supplement this success in eight further attempts, Genuflex did run to form over ten furlongs during the spring and summer including on his latest outing in that sphere when showing good tenacity but failing to make all in a Nottingham classified stakes. He subsequently joined the capable Milton Harris for 20,000 guineas at the Tattersalls July Sale and by a Holy Roman Emperor who wins his fair share, and being a half-brother to a winning handicap hurdler, there was every chance he could build his profile over hurdles. He was well backed to do so on his stable/hurdling debut at Ludlow eleven days ago and only one horse prevented his landing the 20/1 into 5/1 plunge. Though occasionally tight at his hurdles, Genuflex posted an efficient round of jumping overall and travelled well in midfield for much of the contest. In contention turning for home, he found himself outpaced between the last two and was slow getting away from the final flight. Nevertheless, he plugged on along the run-in to snatch second in the final strides. That contest was taken by a surprise winner and the third and fourth ran below expectations, but the form is still respectable. The best of these on the flat to the tune of a good ten pounds, Genuflex showed more than enough on his hurdling debut to suggest he sets a very tough target for his opposition. Great Commission bg Ben Haslam f2-0-1 (-) 61 Nathaniel (Halling){A16}(0.74) 0.5 Duke Of Condicote 2nd Juvenile Hurdle, Warwick 2020 Following a lacklustre debut outing at Hamilton in mid-August, Great Commission left his debut performance well behind a month later when finishing a neck third in a Beverley novice stakes at 100/1. Leading from the outset, he would only forfeit his lead at the half-furlong marker and would run on gamely in defeat. The runner-up, who was beaten at 1/7, won by over eight lengths at Kempton next time and the trio finished over four lengths clear of the remainder. Though possibly flattered by the beaten favourite's underperformance, this was still a most encouraging effort in the context of this race. Furthermore, there is plenty to like about the pedigree as Nathaniel's strong winner to runner rate of 38.46% is bolstered by the likes of Zanahiyr, Burning Victory and Navajo Pass, while Great Commission's half-brother Duke Of Condicote finished second to Adagio on his hurdling debut at Warwick last season. Ben Haslam's winner to runner rate of 23.08% is a respectable one and his record with first time juveniles is solid enough. While his lack of experience will count against him on his hurdles debut, there is more than enough potential in his profile to suggest he could give Genuflex something to ponder. Lucy Rules bf Mike Sowersby f9-0-1 (47) 55 Vadamos (Kodiac){1-k}(0.68) 2/1 Zaftil 8th 2m1f Novices' Hurdle, Exeter 2011 Formerly with Ollie Pears, whose former inmates have yet to win from sixteen outings in the sphere, Lucy Rules ran her best race on her penultimate outing when second off 50 in a Thirsk selling handicap over a mile back in July. She has since been withdrawn for refusing to enter the stalls at the same venue before missing the break and finishing down the field at Carlisle last time. New trainer Mike Sowersby has had just one winning juvenile from thirty-five since 2004/05 and although sire Vadamos has already had a winner over hurdles from his first crop, there is no jumping form on the damline. Shamrock Wine bf Brian Ellison f9-0-0 (44) 47 Epaulette (Tobougg){4-h}(0.60) 0.5 Star Ascending 6th 2m Handicap Hurdle (99), Uttoxeter 2016 Brian Ellison is the winningmost trainer of juvenile hurdlers represented in this contest and 31.82% winner to runner rate is supplemented by a strike rate at Sedgefield of 19.23%. His first-time rate with flat recruits is also a healthy 16%, although this drops to just 4.35% when accounting for those rated 61 and below. Shamrock Wine, following a nine race flat career, brings an official mark of 44 and the two instances where she finished closer to first than last came in moderate mile handicaps during the summer. Epaulette has had a winning juvenile from five, but there is little promise on the damline or from the damsire. Sisu bf Susan Corbett f6-0-0 (56) 60 Lawman (Manduro){16-c}(0.82) 3/1 Salontyre 1st 2m1f 4YO Handicap Hurdle (126), Exeter 2010 Susan Corbett has had one winning juvenile from eight, although three from five qualifiers have improved for the switch in codes and though rated just 56, Sisu is set to be her highest rated recruit from the flat. Initially trained by Sir Mark Prescott, Sisu finished fourth of twelve on her debut at Kempton last November before finishing nearer last than first on five subsequent outings including two during the summer. Sisu has been fairly consistent in her modesty and she moved to Northumberland after a 7,000 guineas sale at Tattersall's August sale. Lawman wins his fair share with juvenile hurdlers, Manduro has a winner to runner rate of 37.5% as a damsire, and along with being a cousin of winning pointer Sleepysaurus, the fairly useful Salontyre (3/1), winning German hurdler Saitensohn (4/2) and the classy Salden Licht (4/3) also appear on the damline. Sisu's apparent troubles with handling Epsom could be a concern on this undulating circuit, and her bare form is modest in the grand scheme of things. Nevertheless, the yard was a short head from leaving the cold list earlier this week and in the context of this line up, a respectable effort would not be out of the question. Strong prospects 1. Genuflex Reasonable prospects 2. Great Commission Feasible prospects 3. Sisu Moderate prospects 4. Ben Asker Negligible prospects 5. Shamrock Wine 6. Drumfire 7. Lucy Rules
  16. Seriously in doubt. Just like against Sparta before the international break, PSV couldn't convert their total dominance and superiority into goals until nearly the end of the match. Before they took the lead, as annoyed as I was about the prospect of losing, there was some comfort to be had in feeling like it was just one of those ridiculous days you sometimes see where a team has all the possession and all the chances but just cannot score - the kind of game where you think they could play until next week and draw a blank. There was also comfort to be had in knowing that it was going to be a losing bet no matter which way I went - I'd have layed Zwolle after they scored if I hadn't already backed PSV and as I mentioned earlier I was thinking of backing a couple of goals and both of those bets were set to be a losers until PSV's late flurry. Anyway, after that massive slice of luck this attempt lives to fight another day. After laying out, I effectively backed PSV to win at 1.07 and so profit on the bet was half of what it would have been had I let it run. Next stake £158.28
  17. Not willing to share the tipping service mate. But as you can see, the P/L is very impressive. I've been passing on for free whilst I'm paying the sub fee since the 1st October but not sure how much longer I will be doing that.
  18. Bet 174 Los Angeles vs San Jose (2-0 48) Los Angeles +1 £42.39 @ 1.01
  19. Bet 895 Union Espanola vs Curico (1-0 24) Over 1.5 First half goals £3.00 returns £5.72
  20. Soon after I got out, PSV score a third. I couldn't care less though. Before they equalised they'd gone out to about 10 to 1 to win so having got so lucky I wasn't about to take another chance on them holding on to a 2-1 lead.
  21. Bet 894 PSV vs PEC Zwolle (0-1 71) Over 1.5 goals Trofense vs Benfica (0-1 56) Over 1.5 goals £3.00 returns £5.16
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