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  2. Bet 4 Asane vs Odd II Over 1.5 goals £12.61 @ 1.07
  3. New Pick non runner 3.30 Thirsk. Thirsk 5:00 Red Seeker - 25/1 betfair - pp e/w thanks Red Seeker - from Tim Easterby yard the 4yo has won three times at 7f on ground varying from good to firm to soft, He was going for four wins in a row 16 days ago at Beverley 7.5f good was well beat 7.25 lengths in 8th place but the step up in class and 6lbs rise didn't help , The yard had time to work on his stamina after that increase and goes off same mark and same jockey Danny Redmond and same 5lb allowance also drops to class 5 where he got two of those wins other class 6
  4. Another frustrating day on Saturday when a late Eastleigh goal stopped a profit being made with York ending up being the only winner. Obviously annoying that the Nap's Alfreton were 2 down after 3 minutes. There isn't much action this mid-week, but a couple of bets catch my eye in the two BetVictor Southern Leagues. Nuneaton v Stourbridge The home side were one of the favourites for the league, but they look a long way off being champions at the moment. They had seemed to spend a bit of cash on the squad over the summer despite the fact they nearly went bust last season, but I did wonder if they might still struggle given how bad they were last year. They have won just 2 of their opening 7 games with wins over Needham Market and Lowestoft (who are below them in the league) and arguably this is their toughest test yet this season. Stourbridge have been knocking on the door of promotion for a few seasons now and finished 2nd to Kettering last year. Their long-term manager left after the play-off loss to Alvechurch, but the new manager has some in and started very strongly winning 5 of their first 7 league games. They have had a reasonably kind fixture list to be fair and the one time they did face a top half side they lost 3-0 to Hednesford, but then obviously Nuneaton are far from being a top half side at the moment. They have score 17 goals already and Nuneaton have only kept one clean-sheet so far this season. Marathon's 31/25 makes plenty of appeal. Dorchester v Taunton Taunton look a good bet to beat Dorchester here. Like Stourbridge they finished 2nd in the league last season although they got off to a very slow start losing their first 2 games 3-0 and 4-0. Since then they are unbeaten though winning 3 and then drawing their last two. They should be more than capable of getting back to winning ways against a struggling Dorchester side. Granted they did win 3-1 on Saturday, but Hendon have only won one game all season and Dorchester's other win came against Beaconsfield on the opening day of the season and they have lost every single game so far. Taunton are much the better side and hopefully they will prove it on the pitch and they look a big price at 131/100 with Marathon. Stourbridge 2pts @ 31/25 with Marathon Taunton 3pts @ 131/100 with Marathon
  5. 16.55 Kempton Grace Plunkett 28/1 ew b365 All the best.
  6. Backing each way is a cover bet. Backing 8/9 runners gives 1/4 normally. Plus handicap now improved to 4 places or more.
  7. EPONINA---4.30---THIRSK 14/1---SKYBET---EACH WAY
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  9. 3.20 Worcester AUNTIE NEILA 0.5pts EW 150/1 Bet365 BOG
  10. 3:20 Worcester, Make Haste Slowly @18/1 bet365
  11. Marina Bay Only 11 races have taken place at the Marina Bay Circuit 8 out of the 11 winners have started on pole The Safety Car has appeared in every single race Mercedes have won for the past three seasons Only 1 retirement last year, (crash at the first bend), the lowest ever The average number of retirements per race is 5 Stats
  12. Well done PercyP. Abraham saved u this time !👏👏🍻
  13. 15:50 Worcester, Jimmy Rabbitte, 4/1 Bet365.
  14. I like Jannik's odds much more than Kukushkin's so as for me, betting on Kukushin is not reasonable. I would skip it. IMHO.
  15. I think Jannik Sinner is a reincarnation of Ted Gärdestad who reached the Swedish junior tennis championship in 1970 facing Bjorn Borg and lost in a tight 3 set battle. Ted was a promising tennis player but chosed to chase his dream of becoming a musical artist which he became very quickly and competed in Eurovision 1979 with the song Sattelit. He died by suicide in 1997 by jumping infront of a train 41 years old. Jannik looks very similar to Ted when he was 18 so I think we have a potential genious in Jannik.
  16. Kempton 6:00 Broughtons Compass 28/1 ew Skybet, Betfair, PaddyPower, Coral.
  17. @MCLARKE Interesting that you do it with no form study at all. Still might be worthwhile taking account of market movements on Oddschecker particularly the night before racing, in the morning and in the run up to the race itself. I know it is difficult to predict which may the betting market might turn but I rather feel that if my selection is being shunned by the market, especially, the ones at shorter odds e.g. 3/1 - 5/1 then someone in the know has the knowledge that the horse will run very poorly despite all the hype in the racing press.
  18. Lol @StevieDay1983 blatantly nicking his tips from this site - he did the same thing last week or week before as well for another game: https://www.bettinggods.com/aston-villa-vs-west-ham-16th-sep/
  19. Alanyaspor vs Fenerbahce The Turkish Super Lig has an intriguing game for its Monday Night Football when the top two teams in the league meet. It's league leaders Alanyaspor versus second placed Fenerbahce in a 6pm BST kick-off at the Bahcesehir Okullari Stadium in Alanya. The winning side will be sending a huge statement to the rest of the league with victory here in a game where both sides have everything to gain. Alanyaspor are the surprise pace setters in the Super Lig this season. Manager Erol Bulut has seen his team win all three of their league games so far against Kasimpasa, Kayserispor, and Yeni Malatyaspor. The results have been far from convincing and the opposition hasn't exactly been the big guns of the league but a 100% record after three matches isn't a run of form to be sniffed at. Fans of European football will recognise the names of Steven Caulker, Juanfran, and Papiss Cisse in the Alanyaspor ranks so they're a side that has the talent in the squad. Fenerbahce have bounced back after last season's atrocious effort. Ersun Yanal fixed the awful work put in place by Phillip Cocu and Erwin Koeman last season. He's continued his positive work here beginning the season with 2 wins and 1 draw. Goals are coming from all areas of the pitch so far and the signs are very positive. Fenerbahce have won their last three league games away from home on the bounce so they have every right to feel confident coming into this match. I don't mean to play down Alanyaspor's achievements so far but I'm not expecting them to remain in the title hunt this season. They've had favourable fixtures and despite deservedly winning all three games this is their first real test. They are up against a Fenerbahce side that do look like the potential real deal and I think a solid away win is the bet to follow here. Fenerbahce to Win @ 2.65 with Bet365 BTTS @ 1.62 with William Hill @black_baar, what do you think for this game?
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