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    Tennis Tips - 2019 Off-Season

    Alright guys, the 2019 tennis season is more or less officially over, so it's time for a fairly long review of what happened. On the sporting side of things, I think that we had a fairly intriguing season. I am, of course, hugely disappointed that we don't have any new Grand Slam winners, with Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal splitting all four titles evenly, but Daniil Medvedev came agonizingly close in the US Open and I think that the final there was actually the match of the year for me. I reckon that some of you will claim that the Wimbledon finals were the real thing, but I unfortunately didn't actually get to see that one, so I have no idea about what actually happened apart from the scoreboard changes. I did get to watch Nadal-Medvedev in the middle of the night while a storm was raging outside, however, so yeah, that was an interesting experience :D. The second ATP story of the year that I'd like to highlight here was Murray's comeback, as I was genuinely convinced that he wouldn't be able to do much after his loss think it was Viola. He did grab a title afterwards in style, however, and I think that he might do even more in 2020. It's hard to say how much he can do in the physically-more-demanding Grand Slams, but he should be very dangerous everywhere else. As far as the WTA is concerned, well, it's still a mess, isn't it? And I think that we have Clijsters or someone coming back next year as well, which is honestly just crazy - if she's going to make it, it really is going to speak volumes about the difference between ATP and WTA, I really can't imagine that we'd have Radek Stepanek or someone making a singles comeback in the same vein :D. The Grand Slams were obviously quite exciting with the Williams story and with seven different players occupying those eight final places, which is just really good for the game imo. It's great to have Bianca coming up, but I'm really sad that Marketa Vondrousova is yet another of those great talents trapped in awfully frail bodies. I'm getting Djokovic vibes whenever I see her play for some reason, but, well, she's currently after a surgery and we haven't see her since Wimbledon, so I'm not sure what the state of affairs is going to be next year. On the forum side of things, the activity has picked up quite a bit in comparison with the previous season and we now have a nice mix of regulars and newcomers, so I'm really hoping that we are going to continue in the same fashion once the Australian Open starts. The passion always goes down a bit after the US Open and that is understandable, but I'd like to see all the guys here again in January. I'm not even going to name anyone, as I'm sure that I'd miss someone! In any case, I didn't even have to ban all that many people in 2019, which is just excellent! And, finally, the betting side of things. While I was hoping to get to the lower levels of the competition, I didn't get to that for all sorts of reasons, so there were no easy pickings to be found anywhere. I'm hoping to get to exploring that area next year, especially if everything is still going to be so difficult on the main tours, but that's not for now, that's for later - and January is going to be all about the main tour anyway. Results-wise, I'm happy to say that 2019 was another profitable year, although I must admit that it wasn't as great as I was hoping it to be. Overall, it appears that I managed to place a grand total of 292 bets and that I ended with a decent ROI of 103%. I know that many people are still actively debating what ROI is achievable long term, but it's really hard for me to contribute to that, as it really depends on a great many of factors. I'm certainly guilty of being a bit overactive, which leads to some bad bets here and there, and I'm also guilty of not trying to exploit ITFs and Challengers as often as possible. I am going to try to change that if given a chance - and should lead to at least somewhat better results. So, on that note, I hope that you are all going to have a great off-season, Christmas, etc., and I hope that we are all going to meet here either at the end of December or at least for the start of the Australian Open (January 20). I thank you all for being here and contributing!
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    Stayers' Hurdle Key trends: 12/12 were rated 132+ 12/12 had run in a class 3+ LTO 11/11 returned 12/1 or less 10/10 had run 4-11 times over hurdles 10/10 had won 0-1 handicap hurdles These 5 trends produce a shortlist of 3 (subject to likely SPs): ASK BEN (12/1) DIOMEDE DES MOTTES (14/1) STONEY MOUNTAIN (16/1)
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    West Ham vs Arsenal The Monday Night Football game in the Premier League this week comes from the London Stadium where West Ham host Arsenal in an 8pm GMT kick-off. Both of these teams are really struggling for form lately. Another defeat for either side here would certainly set the alarm bells ringing but could a victory be the spark needed to get their season back on track? West Ham started this season quite positively and it appeared at one stage that they might gatecrash the fight for the top four. Unfortunately, Manuel Pellegrini's men have really dropped off the pace over recent weeks only managing to earn 4 points from their last 8 league matches. The fact they have conceded 18 goals in their last 9 league games shows you exactly where the problem lies. The Hammers have also lost 3 of their last 4 home games. No other team in the top flight has lost more games on a Monday than West Ham. Arsenal are probably one of the only teams West Ham will fancy their chances against right now. The sacking of Unai Emery has seen Freddie Ljungberg appointed as interim manager but his reign has started woefully with a draw against Norwich and a defeat to Brighton. The Gunners are without a win in 9 matches across all competitions. It is their worst run of results since 1977. That was the year Jimmy Carter was sworn in as US President. No win in their last 6 away league games makes for grim reading. They have also conceded two or more goals in their last 5 matches. Be wary about backing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as an anytime or first scorer bet as well. He might have bagged 8 goals in his last 10 matches for Arsenal but he's failed to score in his last three appearances against West Ham. Head-to-head meetings show a favour towards Arsenal. West Ham might have won the last meeting but that ended a 7 game unbeaten run for the Gunners in this fixture. Arsenal haven't done too well at the London Stadium though only winning 1 of their last 4 visits and they have failed to score on their last two visits. I really feel Arsenal are in a stinking situation right now. If they were at home I'd just about back them but I really think West Ham will fancy themselves here. I am still cautious of the draw so I won't back West Ham to win outright but their odds are tempting. West Ham Draw No Bet @ 2.50 with Bet365 Total Goals Scored Under 3.5 @ 1.80 with Betfair
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    Millwall vs Nottingham Forest The Championship action kicks off on Friday night this weekend when Millwall host Nottingham Forest in a 7:45pm GMT kick-off at the Den. Can a resurgent home side continue to build momentum heading into the festive season against a travelling team that have their eyes firmly on an unexpected promotion push this season? It's one of the more absorbing matches this weekend in this division. Millwall started the season with Neil Harris at the helm but his resignation 10 games into the campaign left the club with a tough decision to make as a next appointment. The Lions board took a punt on Gary Rowett and so far it appears to be paying off. The Docklanders have lost just 1 of their 7 league games with the former Birmingham boss in charge. It's a run of results that has pushed them up to 13th in the table and 10 points clear of relegation. Only 1 loss in their 10 home league matches so far is also reason for them to believe they can get something in this game. Nottingham Forest appear to be tipped quite often but it's easy to see why. The Tricky Trees are in 4th place and 8 points off the automatic promotion spots with a game in hand. Sabri Lamouchi is working miracles up in the East Midlands. The 1-0 loss to Cardiff at home last weekend (ooh, yeah! Apologies to Forest fans but I'm openly not neutral in my previews! ) was a first defeat in four league games so it'll be interesting to see how they react. They're unbeaten in three away games in the league so they have a chance to extend that undefeated run here. In the head-to-head meetings, Millwall are unbeaten against Forest in their last three encounters. Millwall also haven't tasted defeat against Forest at home in the league since 27th April, 2013. I feel this will be a very tight game between two teams that are brimming with self belief right now. Millwall are always resilient opponents in their own back yard and Forest will be keen to get back to winning ways. We could see the two sides cancel each other out so I'm back a score draw. Draw @ 3.30 with Sportingbet BTTS @ 1.95 with RedZone @waynecoyne, @sajtion, @arvee, @canaries91, @Mindfulness, @betcatalog, @Magic0024, @malabgd, @CloughandTaylor, @Tiffy, @Gidds, @chris50, @PokerWolf1, @teddybear3011, @skyblues88, @allyhibs, @Icongene, @KikoCy, @willie82, @Neubs, @Papa Lazarou, @kulikTS, @Valkovets, @Pipoca, @padman, @Marek76, @silver fox, @neilovan, @HastGill1, @jazzman02, @andypaps28, @Kenton Schweppes, @rangers234, @newjack, @Kane91, @yossa6133, @The Sexless Innkeeper, @Xcout, @branskie, @Wanderer89, @Hitch, @four-leaf, @trevor8, @OppoArchitizerLady, @Power90, @THEODORE-007, @KeyserSoze1, @Ulrik, @Rey86, @freddie01, @gruja, and @the bastardian.
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    Valencia vs Chelsea The Champions League action continues tonight with La Liga side Valencia hosting Premier League club Chelsea in a 5:55pm GMT kick-off at the Mestalla. Group H remains in the balance and the results tonight could have a huge bearing on who qualifies for the last 16 and who will have to console themselves with a venture into the Europa League after finishing third. Valencia are the team currently in third place but they are there on goal difference. Head coach Albert Celades has done a solid job since coming in for the outgoing Marcelino and he'll be hoping his team can all but seal their spot in the knockout phase with victory here having beaten Chelsea at Stamford Bridge by a 1-0 score-line earlier in the campaign. Valencia have played 9 English sides in European competition at home and have defeated 7 of them. Chelsea and West Brom are the two teams they are yet to beat on their own patch. The Spanish side have won 3 of their last 4 home games in Europe. Chelsea come into this game knowing a win or draw will put them in a great position to qualify for the next phase with a trip to bottom-placed Lille awaiting them in their final fixture as Valencia must face a clash with group leaders Ajax. The Blues have only lost 1 of their last 11 away games in Spain and could record three consecutive away wins in the Champions League for the first time since 2003/04. In terms of the head-to-head record, it heavily favours Chelsea. The Blues have won 3, drawn 3, and lost just 1 of their games against Valencia in the Champions League. However, that single win was in their last meeting. Frank Lampard's side come into this game knowing they are undefeated at the Mestalla in the Champions League. The absence of Antonio Rudiger could be an influencing factor but I think a draw is a fair shout here. Not confident enough to back them for the win at the price being offered. Draw @ 3.85 with Unibet BTTS @ 1.68 with Marathonbet
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    Tennis Tips - November 11 - November 17

    It might be just a false speculation but 1) the fact that Medvedev and Zverev are both Russians, 2) Medvedev has the chance to stop his “best friend” Nadal, to whom he lost at least twice this year 3) Medvedev is not very stable currently, I think there is a big chance that Medvedev will not “try his best” to win tonight. Zverev at 1.78 Unibet
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    Craig H - Surefire Bets

    All profits based on £25 bet per match TOTAL P/L + £181.50 02/12/19 + £43.00 Jong Utrecht FC 3 v 1 Almere City - Over 2.5 - WON - PROFIT + £10.00 FSV Mainz 2 v 1 Eintracht Frankfurt- Over 2.5 - WON - PROFIT + £15.00 Solihull Motors 3 v 4 Rotherham- Over 2.5 - WON - PROFIT + £18.00 03/12/19 + 33.50 Portsmouth v Northampton - Over 2.5 - WON - PROFIT + £17.50 Stenhousemuir v Elgin City - Over 2.5 - WON - PROFIT + £16.00 04/12/19 + £91.25 Sassuolo v Perugia - Over 2.5 @ 1.80 - WON - PROFIT + £20.00 Udinese v Bologna - Over 2.5 @ 2.05 -WON - PROFIT + £26.25 Dijon v Montepllier - Over 1.5 @ 1.50 - WON - PROFIT + £12.50 Toulouse v AS Monaco - Over 2.5 @ 1.60 - WON - PROFIT + £15.00 Ross County v Hibernian - Over 2.5 @ 1.70 - WON - PROFIT + £17.50 05/12/19 + £13.75 Arsenal v Brighton - Over 2.5 @ 1.55 - WON - PROFIT + £13.75 06/12/19 Eintracht Frankfurt v Hertha BSC - Over 2.5 @ 1.60 Inter v Roma - BTTS @ 1.60 07/12/19 Borussia Dortmund v Fortuna Dusseldorf - Over 2.5 @ 1.44 Real Madrid v Espanyol - Oger 2.5 @ 1.44 Watford v Crystal Palace - Crystal Palace to Win Draw No Bet @ 2.25
  9. 2 points
    The Punters Lounge £150 added Poker League continues on this week with our December League. All games are played in the PokerStars Home Games PL Poker Club. For added interest we will again feature a PLO leg in week 3 with the other 3 legs NLHE. Starting time is 8.10pm to hopefully assist those players who are rushing home from work to register, but without too much impact on finish time. (There will still be a 10 minute late registration period on top of this.) Due to Christmas Day falling on a Wednesday we'll take a one week break and resume on 1st January to complete this month's league. > Leg 1 : Wednesday 4th December at 20.10 GMT in the PL Poker Club Home Game. > Leg 2 : 11th December > Leg 3 : 18th December - PLO Leg > Christmas Break > Leg 4 : 1st January 2020 - double entrants in formula * Buy in is $5.50 per leg. To help boost numbers overall and in particular in the final leg we are continuing the system of doubling the number of entries used in the calculation in leg 4 ( * so if 12 entries the formula will use 24 entrants). This will increase the number of points available in the final leg to make it more competitive. Your top 3 scores of the 4 legs will count towards your league total. We will be using the usual PL league format, which will be updated in this thread. (The PokerStars own league scores will not be used.) Formula is -Log(position/Entrants)x100 All members are welcome, however you must post in this thread if asked to let us know your forum username, otherwise your placings and scores cannot be included in the league. Please spread the word and invite your friends so we can get the weekly numbers to keep this league viable. New players always welcome to join in. To join the PokerStars PL Home Games Club: club id = 744199 password = PLPokerClub We also have a PL Poker Club Facebook group where regular reminders are also posted. Please request to join. £150 Added Value The £150 added will be split between the top 3 players of the league end, with £75 to the league champion, £45 to 2nd and £30 to 3rd. This will be payable via PayPal at the end of the league. Big thank you to SirPuntalot and Punters Lounge for the added funds. Winners will also get Punters Lounge merchandise. See below. Punters Lounge Merchandise You can now win unlimited Punters Lounge merchandise, even if you have won them before. It consists of the mug with a wraparound logo, updated to our new 3D logo recently. You'll also win a pack of 10 pens, which have also been upgraded to a much better quality. Good luck! League Table
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    The defeat by Krasnodar in the last match has put Basel in the position of needing a win today to take the lead in the group. Trabzonspor is just 1 point behind in 5 games and has long regarded the Europa League as a bargain. The coach gives her players opportunities to emerge from the academy, and defensively she does not inspire confidence. The Swiss want the match and will get it easily FC BASEL 1893 vs TRABZONSPOR @@ -1.50 Ah FC BASEL 1893, odds 1.70 Both teams typically need the points to win to keep their hopes of qualifying alive. I believe that the Standar coach will ask players to play aggressively in order to have hope. But Arsenal have good players and they will have plenty of free space. I'm looking forward to an exciting and effective match in Liege, with many goals STANDARD LIEGE vs ARSENAL FC @@ +2.50 Over, odds 1.60 Indifferent scoring game, but everyone is motivated to take the trio for personal reasons. Sevilla will not be shut down as she has no reason to do so. It will have a lot of changes to the defense and this may cost it, as the Cypriots want to get results for psychological reasons. Both teams have a point to score APOEL NICOSIA vs FC SEVILLA @@ Both team to score, odds 1.70
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    Stoke v Luton BTTS let down my whole accumulator. Which was frustrating. Studied hard the other champ games especially forest v boro but didn't back my unders hunch ( forest stronger away from home + low scorers at city ground. Maybe lamouchi style of play forest fans?) Anyway onwards to tommorrow. Will give my views tommorrow.
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    on a roll ! ...... returns 45.00, profit 25.00 bank 1404.32
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    Manchester City vs Manchester United The Premier League festive season schedule begins to gain some traction this weekend. It's the Manchester derby between Manchester City and Manchester United in a 5:30pm GMT kick-off this Saturday evening. Both teams desperately want to win this and with the visitors beginning to show signs of positive results again this might not be as straight forward as it might have seemed for the hosts. Manchester City find themselves in the precarious position of 3rd place. The gap between Pep Guardiola's men and league leaders Liverpool is now 11 points. Have their chances of retaining the league title all but died already? Just 2 wins in their last 4 league games might not raise an eyebrow for most teams but the two games suffered by City where points were dropped must be seen as borderline catastrophic. A 3-1 loss away to title rivals Liverpool and a 2-2 draw away against an average Newcastle side. The 4-1 destruction of Burnley in midweek was a perfect response. City's home form is also still impressive this season with 5 wins and 1 draw from their 7 league games at home. Manchester United seemed to be set to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and replace him with the former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino only a couple of weeks ago. However, it's now 4 league games undefeated for the Red Devils including a quality 2-1 win at home against Tottenham in midweek. The club is now in 6th place but they have drifted 8 points off the pace of the top four so might need a miracle to get back into the Champions League this season. The real issue is United's awful away form. Just 1 win in their 7 away matches in the league this season. I think we all expect City to dominate this game. You all know my thoughts on Solskjaer as a manager. It's only a matter of time before he goes on another poor run and then the inevitable will happen. United haven't kept a clean sheet in league action since their 1-0 win over Leicester back on 14th September. That vulnerable defence could be in for a hiding here. City to win and their fight back to make the title race interesting to continue. Manchester City HT/FT @ 1.95 with Coral Manchester City -1 @ 1.87 with SportNation @Mindfulness, @Pep004, @MaliMisko12, @betcatalog, @sajtion, @godofhorses, @Tiffy, @waynecoyne, @The Sexless Innkeeper, @Magic0024, @malabgd, @Duke_Tm, @dogmeister, @Arkadi Manucharov, @derbent, @fat, @allyhibs, @6avin24, @discipline, @the bastardian, @Bronxie, @Bett, @KikoCy, @teddybear3011, @markus808, @allthethings, @Kenton Schweppes, @vasilli07, @Dylan Lynch, @neilovan, @JKos, @zemo91, @kulikTS, @mrclubbie, @Judeksi, @Henind666, @Teodore, @kilkenny1, @newjack, @PokerWolf1, @Dave1X2, @real55555, @jazzman02, @Ameer13, @Gedkip, @mcsilks, @MangoTheThird, @Roy The Boy, @DonPaulo, @Duckets, @yossa6133, @sjuesju, @dylanphan, @thfc, @Dboston, @Dr. Florida192, @money44, @1moregoal, @ggm31v, @EuroDream, @ndanmak, @cummins91, @vicsuna, @abigail, @Carovie, @thfc, @Hitch, @Ameer, @LimMouse, @freddie01, @Ulrik, @i1_principe, @BobEire, @doverwhite, @jimbo584, @Kingdom for, @AussieDex, @shrewd., @SgtTr, @michalciesla, @Duckets, @Apeyours, @Tyson Reyes, @NoFear, @Rey86, @delfino, @craigh, and @AndreBR.
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    @Sterphyle offering of Frankfurt Win & BTTS @ 3.10 is a tempting one and one that I think should come to fruition. However as I am not quite as bold I am going to stick my trusty over 2.5 goals in the match.@ 1.60.
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    Cardiff vs Barnsley This Saturday is a momentous day for myself. It's the first time I take my son to see a Cardiff game and I've unfortunately been forced to choose our underwhelming home game against Barnsley that's set to kick-off at 3pm. These are two clubs that have just undergone a change of manager and it'll be interesting to see how they fare against each other in this match-up. Cardiff are undefeated under Neil Harris. The 1-0 win away to Nottingham Forest was a pleasant surprise for all Bluebirds fans. I'm not really sure what Harris is doing apart from perhaps injecting a bit more life and enthusiasm into our squad. He's brought Gary Madine back into the fold and he's been a great focal point so far... which I never thought I'd say! The club is up to 10th in the table and just 3 points off the play-offs so there is a bit of a cautious feelgood factor building around the place. Back-to-back clean sheets has also been a huge buzz to see. Barnsley were looking down and out this season after the controversial sacking of Daniel Stendel. Gerhard Struber (no, not the bad guy from Die Hard but it does sound similar!) has taken the reigns and after a negative start he finally notched up a 3-1 win against mid-table Hull. It ended a winless streak of 17 league games. The Tykes remain bottom of the league table and 5 points adrift of safety but that first league win since the opening day of the season cannot be under-estimated. Failure to pick up a single win on the road in the league this season is cause for concern for Barnsley. Especially against a Cardiff side that have only lost 1 of their 9 home league games this season. I'm quietly confident that if we play as we have been then we can seal a win here. Barnsley don't have a great record against Cardiff having only won 1 of the last 10 meetings and 3 of the last 20 encounters. I expect that record to get even worse after this weekend. Cardiff HT/FT @ 2.80 with BetVictor BTTS @ 1.62 with Betfred
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    Naps - Thursday Dec 5th

    Samille 6.45 Kempton E.Way 16/1 BetVictor
  17. 2 points
    big stake on spurs win. Jose knows the manu setup, players inside out. Its like having the manager of the opposition be an insider. Spurs win = 10pts 1:3 correct score = 1 pts
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    I expect both teams to score in Bentegondi. The main reason for my choice is the fact that both teams are in good shape. Verona have won three of their last four Serie A matches, while Roma have four in the last five, plus one in the Europa League. The confidence of the players is high in both teams, so I expect to find a goal HELLAS VERONA vs AS ROMA @@ Both team to score, odds 1.75
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    Kingdom for

    Naps - Friday Nov 29th

    Newbury 15:35 Champers On Ice 16/1 Win
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    NHL Picks for Wednesday November 27 RECORD: Bets won = 33 Bets lost = 32 Profit = +$9.17 (from RISKING 1$ on every play) Today's picks are: 5 STARS = Blues (at +138 or 2.38) at Lightning 2 STARS = Panthers (at +138 or 2.38) at Capitals 2 STARS = Golden Knights (at +117 or 2.17) at Predators 2 STARS = Jets (at +125 or 2.25) at Sharks 1 STAR = Ducks (at +127 or 2.27) at Coyotes The Blues pick is based on three betting systems at a time, including "The Cold Team vs Hot Team Matchup", which goes like this: "Bet a road team coming off 2+ straight LOSSES when facing a home team coming off 2+ straight WINS. Bet only if the road team's money line is greater than 2.25 in decimal format." Over a nine-year period, this strategy yielded a profit of 42.69 units via 428 bets. In this case, St. Louis is undergoing a two-game losing skid, while Tampa is riding a three-game winning streak. Since the odds on the Blues are indeed larger than 2.25, we are betting them tonight! Have a nice day all! Professor MJ
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    Racing Chat - Sat Nov 23rd

    Wins ...33pts returned
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    Crystal Palace v Liverpool Betting suggestion: Crystal Palace to score @1,71 Pinnacle Both teams to score & over 2,5 @2,26 Pinnacle Short preview: Crystal Palace again. Current league leaders are coming on to Selhurst Park in London, where they will surely look for the win, and put more pressure on Manchester City who will play against Chelsea later. International break brought plenty of worries for Klopp, as Henderson was ill, Gomez picked up an injury on the training,… While Robertson and Salah had problems with ankle and even though they are close to being fully fit, I wouldn’t expect Klopp to send both in the action. In any case, Liverpool have an amazing squad, and even if they rotate with the squad, we will still see a very decent squad on the pitch. As I mentioned last time, I think Crystal Palace is a team, who is made to make surprises. They are a team, who is easily fired-up against big teams. With the names, they have in the squad, especially offensively, I think that things will soon turn around, as they scored only once in the last four matches. Well, the truth is they faced Manchester City, Arsenal, Leicester, and Chelsea, and with Liverpool coming, their schedule was far from easy, but as mentioned, international breaks aren’t helpful at all for big teams and every season we can see, that some of them have big problems on first matches… Will that be the case for Liverpool?
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    Valiant Thor

    NFL 2019/20

    WEEK 11 Update Week 11 total Selections 8/14 or 57% coinflip Both Nap & NB bets won which is a change
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    Berrettini +1.5 sets against Thiem at 1.83 Unibet. Thiem is very good recently, no doubt. However, after a exhausting game against Djokovic, I think he will take this game easier. He will take it easier because he has already qualified for the semis and because he might want to rest a little bit. They have already played twice this year (1:1) and Berrettini took at least 1 set in both games. Italian has nothing to lose so he will play relaxed and I expect him to take 1 set.
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    Myth And Fallacy of EW Betting

    hi @Rolemat, you keep saying the place side of the bet is guaranteeing a loss if odds are not atleast 4/1 for 1/4 odds etc which is not true, the place side makes profit whatever the odds albeit small
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    Naps - Thursday 12th Dec

    1540 Taunton Layerthorpe 5/1 paddypower
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    Just to clarify the date is not set yet, so could possibly still be on the 1st of feb but with it just 6weeks away I would doubt it will be, but defo not VGC
  29. 1 point

    Naps - Wednesday December 11th

    Hexham 12.20 Baby Ticker 17-2 WilliamHill
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    Division 8 - Week 8 Selections

    You edited twice yet still couldn't be bothered to put the odds on @johnnybravvo
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    Fantasy Fun League Week 14

    Happens to us all at some point Xscout
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    Sheffield United vs Newcastle The Amazon Prime era has started with a lot more positive comments than negative ones. It's been an interesting set of results so far. This final day of midweek games throws up arguably the toughest match to call when Sheffield United host Newcastle in a 7:30pm GMT kick-off at Bramall Lane. The home side are the favourites but you just can't write the away team off at the moment. Sheffield United are exceeding all expectations this season. Chris Wilder's men are 9th in the table and victory here would move them up to 6th in the league above the likes of Manchester United and Tottenham. Incredibly, only United and Manchester City are undefeated on the road this season but their home form isn't quite as flawless with 3 wins, 1 draw, and 3 defeats on home turf. The Blades have a fully fit squad to choose from so they'll hope they can get the win here. I'm also hoping John Lundstram keeps a clean sheet for my fantasy team. It's now 7 league games without a loss for United. If you want a cheeky anytime scorer bet than Lys Mousset has bagged 5 goals in his last 11 games for United. Newcastle continue to surprise under the much maligned Steve Bruce. Criticism that followed his appointment still bizarrely exists even though the Magpies could potentially, albeit unrealistically, move inside the top 10 if they win this game. It's clear to see that their away form has held them back so far with just 2 wins and 5 losses from their 7 games on the road in the league. Yorkshire is a happy place for the Toon Army to visit with the club experiencing just 2 losses in their last 21 matches played there. 4 goals conceded in their last 2 league games shows the defence needs tightening. I'm not overly keen on the odds being offered on a United win but I'll reluctantly take them. I was hoping for something pushing closer to Evens but there we go. I think we'll see a low-scoring affair between two sides that are fairly evenly matched. The difference could well be the support of the home crowd. I wouldn't be surprised if we see a narrow 1-0 victory for the Blades. Sheffield United to Win @ 1.84 with Marathonbet Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.73 with Betdaq
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    Sun of Macedon

    NBA Roller Coaster

    02.12.2019 30. Philadelphia -5.5 @ 1.962 (Pinnacle) 25 units 31. Chicago +5 @ 1.980 (Pinnacle) 20 units
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    205 fairy Ah littleluck 224 Wrong direction 223 Out sam 223 Another tricky race so I'll just try 2pt ew all 3 at 13/2 8/1 and 14/1 bet365
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    Alex Bird

    Naps - Saturday 30th Nov

    1.50--Newbury--Soul Emotion--11/1 @ Bet 365 Thanks for running these comp's Cheers Roy
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    Naps - Saturday 30th Nov

    Newbury. 3.00 Beware The Bear - 50/1 bet365 e/w thanks Beware The Bear - from Nicky Henderson yard the 9yo has been a winner of two hurdle races and five chases from 2m 7f to 3m 2f on ground varying from good to heavy, He ran in this race last year when he finished 4th beaten 32 lengths by Sizing Tennessee and followed that race with two wins at Cheltenham in January and the festival meeting then his last race a PU at Sandown in April , By looks of things the yard going the same route this season after a summer break of 217 days he comes out today and blinkers are on and regular jockey Jeremiah McGrath keeping the ride
  37. 1 point
    Bugger. Villa a different animal with Grealish about, although I did think Newcastle warranted a shot given recent results and must admit went against the crowd not fancying either Arsenal or Everton as I just had a sneaking suspicion one of them might screw up (not both of them!) and thought I might plump for the wrong one. Good luck remaining players.
  38. 1 point

    Racing Chat - Monday Nov 25th

    4 nice meetings on Monday Nap: 130 K: Thomas Darby 10/11 betvic Nb: 215 L: Hatcher 9/4 betvic Other: 1245 M: Timetochill 10/11 bet365 300 M: Remember The Days 3/1 bet365
  39. 1 point
    You may well be right yossa but I view the Cyrname form as a cynic,certainly not worthy of the rating yet.Good luck whatever the outcome.
  40. 1 point

    Naps - Thursday Nov 21st

    Wincanton 3.20 Baddesley Knight Ken
  41. 1 point

    ELO Ratings Based Football Picks

    Ok we are back in action, Friday's selections below, the weekend to arrive by Friday night.
  42. 1 point
    Yes, strange decision by the Canadian captain as Canada already had won the tie. Perhaps FAA will take one of the singles slots?
  43. 1 point

    Naps - Monday Nov 18th

    Wolverhampton - 3.20 Storm Ahead - 26 - Bet365
  44. 1 point
    It's back to the reality of club football this coming weekend and we have a full schedule in this week's section with the lower Scottish divisions swapping their league focus to the Scottish FA Cup. Check out the odds and ratings above then tell us what bets you're looking at placing!
  45. 1 point

    Naps - Thursday Nov 14th

    14:45 Sedgefield, Brydon Boy, 2/1 Bet365.
  46. 1 point

    Mayakoba Golf Classic

    Brice Garnett ..... top ten in three of five Mayokoba visits. 60\1 8 places
  47. 1 point
    Edinburgh v Elgin. With Edinburgh landing last weeks max bet, I think it could pay to side with them again this week. Elgin are on a decent run of form against sides lower down the table but Edinburgh usually take care of any team outside the top 3. Even money at home looks a cracking bet to me. Edinburgh @ 2.00 (Hills) - 2 pts. St Johnstone v Hibs. After the long overdue sacking of manager Paul Heckingbottom during the week, the odds on the away win could now be quite generous here. A couple of the backroom staff are taking the team today and if they set up the same as Heckingbottom did then I won't be touching it. If there's changes to the formation and line up then I'll assess it and get back on here with my thoughts after the teams have been announced, around 2pm. Montrose v Forfar. A look at the form book tells you all you need to know about this game. Montrose have won 5 in a row, Forfar have lost 5 in a row. Has to be a home win. It can't be so straightforward, can it? Montrose @ 1.88 (Hills) - 1 pt.
  48. 1 point
    Cash Out Kev

    Naps - Friday November 8th

    235f paseo 12/1 paddy power
  49. 1 point
    Sun of Macedon

    NBA Roller Coaster

    Bets: 3 W-L-V: 2-1-0 S/R: 66.7% Profit: +14.5 units Yield: +41.5%
  50. 1 point
    Like A Roughie

    Naps - Monday Nov 4th

    14.00 Kempton Delicate Kiss 11/1 b365 All the best.
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