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  1. four-leaf

    February 6 - February 12

    Dustin Brown to beat Marin Cilic at 4.33 with bet365 Dustin was just awsome in the match against GG-Lopez and he should give Marin a hard time in this match. He reached semi finals in Montpellier last year so he's got some points to defend and judging by the way he was playing against GG-Lopez he will most likely be able to take out the out of form croat who hasn't played since losing 3-1 to Dan Evans in Aussie open. Thomaz Bellucci to beat Janko Tipsarevic at 1.72 with bet365 Thomaz reached the final in Quito last year so he's got points to defend and he's given Janko some hard
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  2. Well done with Brown there, @four-leaf!
    2 points
  3. beaker1

    My Ante-post Diary

    Last year I decided to do a Ante-post diary which resulted in a 19 points profit overall thanks to victories for Thistlecrack (3/1), Don Cossack (7/1), On The Fringe (5/2) and Ballyandy (12/1) as well as healthy each-way returns on the likes of My Tent Or Yours (20/1), Buveur D’Air (12/1), Yanworth (9/1) and Bloody Mary (14/1). For those of you who may be new to my Ante-post Diary, I will run through the general format from week to week. In each update I plan to go through the four Championship races (Champion Hurdle, Champion Chase, World Hurdle & Cheltenham Gold Cup) initially before
    1 point
  4. Castleford are reportedly in pretty decent pre-season shape, having disposed of Saints comfortably in a friendly. They have a potent half-back combo in Luke Gale and Ben Roberts. Many pundits are expecting big things this season, especially at home, and suggest a top 4 finish. Newly promoted Leigh have had problems with the loss of James Clare and Gregg McNally. Could be a baptism of fire on Friday night. Castleford (-10) (10/11) v Leigh. Good luck for the season, Harry. May catch up with you elsewhere.
    1 point
  5. Pep004

    Midweek > Feb 7th & 8th

    Unfortunately I didn't as I decided that 3 picks will be enough. P.s. OM will win this.
    1 point
  6. You'll get the treble one day Mr G'
    1 point
  7. Lastbutnotleast 1st, WON £105 Profit to date £75. Bank now £675
    1 point
  8. J.Benneteau to beat F.Lopez @11/10 with Bet365/Betfair Sport Benny has the advantage of going through qualies here and that is usually huge in a 250 Event. He has the home support behind him and will be motivated to do well. He generally plays solid from both wings and possesses a reasonable serve and return. Most importantly Feliciano will have to play a good game to beat him which I don't see him doing. His form and fitness are questionable. He recently stated that he's dealing with muscular issues and playing with a lot of tapes on his back. His Davis Cup performance was very ordinary,
    1 point
  9. StevieDay1983

    2017 Six Nations

    I think the toughest game to call here without a shadow of a doubt is France vs Scotland. Both teams played well in their opening games but I think if Scotland can get in the faces of the French then there could be a huge upset in Paris. I think France are rightly the firm favourites but Scotland cannot be underestimated. If they produce a repeat of that first half display that they did against Ireland then it could be a thrilling game. Undoubtedly, Wales are a poor price at 2.75 to win. I can see England winning by 9-12 points at least. It's just not clicking for Wales and hasn't don
    1 point
  10. StevieDay1983

    2017 Six Nations

    Great to see your tips, @harry_rag. I'm not sure anyone saw Scotland coming out as winners so convincingly. I have been impressed with them over the past few years under Cotter but I always felt their talent pool might hold them back. I did think England might struggle. It seemed like the France that fancies it turned up and when England weren't playing well I thought they could be humbled but they did well. As a Welshman, I think Sunday's result papers over the cracks. I really hope Sam Davies is given a start this weekend. Dan Biggar was appalling. The root problem is Howle
    1 point
  11. Well, what a game that was last night. How did Atletico not progress? Disallowed goals, sendings off, and missed penalties. Cannot wait for the game tonight now. Really hope Alaves do it but I do hold a soft spot for Celta Vigo as well.
    1 point
  12. Boom on Ram!
    1 point
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  14. I've left it alone as I think the value is probably on Nantes although im not confident to back them after Nancy.
    1 point
  15. I think MK Dons should win tonight. My worry is, if an early goal doesn't come Oldham can really strangle the game and the home side can't rely on their support to motivate them in those situations. I think it'll be a close game.
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  16. I´m betting MK Dons today. Oldham for sure not that bad travllers for the position they have in Table. But they playing at Weekend important Game against Coventry, then again a Mid-Week Game and then important Game at Swindon. So maybe the main Focus and the rotation maybe will be focusing on both Weekend Games who are coming. Also i see MK Dons now in a good Form and with little bit luck they can grab themselve a Play Off Spot if they can start now a streak.
    1 point
  17. Mk Dons v Oldham - Under 2.5 goals. Both teams coming into the tie in decent form. Oldham with 3 wins in 5 and Mk Dons unbeaten in 3 scoring an impressive 10 goals along the way. Oldham under their new manager seem to have found some steely resistance and I have no doubt that their game plan here will be to work hard, sight tight and hope to pinch a goal on the counter. MK Dons recent results suggest a resurgence in their attacking prowess but I feel given their opponents defensive approach they might struggle for clear cut chances tonight. MK Dons are -for all their slowly improving
    1 point
  18. I´m on Cologne by AHC0. Hamburg with some important missings(Rumours talk about Ekdal, Mueller N., Papadopolus, Holtby) and there only main focus is to stay in League, so now they will play Leipzig at weekend - with have one more day less to rest players then Cologne have. So maybe Hamburg didn´t want to play here today by full motivation or want to play here Extra-Time. Cologne with some good results here in last H2H against Hamburg and with some rotation in Hamburg Defensive there throwing back himself to a disaster. Hamburg with Papadopolus and Mavraj very solid, but Papa are doubt and Mav
    1 point
  19. The board has just given him the vote of confidence so I guess he will be there till this weekend.
    1 point
  20. Morecambe look awfully good at 3.0, as they're one of the better away sides facing a really terrible team in Orient. Unless recent transfers suggest otherwise, I'd think Morecambe are extreme value. Adding: The only match this season where Morecambe were away to a side over 2.0 was Hartlepool, who beat them 3-2. But they are 5-4-4 overall, 5-4-3 when the home side were outright favorites.
    1 point
  21. harry_rag

    2017 Six Nations

    Just one bet in the later game, Joseph to score a try at 13/5 with PP. I'd have him closer to 2/1 than that, looks fair at the very worst.
    1 point
  22. harry_rag

    2017 Six Nations

    There are also 3 players that appeal for Ireland, Murray at an enhanced 9/2 with Lads, Ringrose at 11/2 with PP and a buy of Earl's try minutes at 10 with Spreadex, which easily beats the best anytime price of 3/1. Any 2 from those 6 should be enough for a profit.
    1 point
  23. harry_rag

    2017 Six Nations

    Scotland/Ireland: Having looked at the hosts from a tryscorer perspective, I wouldn't put anyone off a buy of their hotshots at 23 (25 points per Hogg, Seymour, Jones or Maitland try). As I wasn't entirely sold on Maitland's stats and was more impressed by the fixed odds prices on the other 3, I've effectively dutched the 3 of them at the best prices I could find, Seymour at 4.2 (3/1 readily available with the bookies), Jones at 7.2 (11/2 best available) and Hogg at 9/2 with Lads (one of their enhanced specials, 4/1 next best). A single winner would roughly return 100 points to 58 points stake
    1 point
  24. harry_rag

    2017 Six Nations

    Funnily enough I almost started a thread myself to see if there was any interest. Still betting on Rugby, following all the tips in the RP and showing a small profit so far. For my own bets, I focus on try scorer markets on fixed odds and spreads. I'm on no Grand Slam winner at 2.2 this year as I think it should be a shade of odds on rather than odds against. A few of the RP antepost tips are Wales to win at 9/1 and to finish in the top 2 at 5/2, France to finish in the bottom 2 at 11/4, Joseph top tournament tryscorer, Stander top Irish tryscorer and Campagnaro top Italian. They also adv
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  25. beaker1

    My Ante-post Diary

    MY ANTE-POST DIARY -2016/2017 PART 9 Champion Hurdle Willie Mullins teased racing fans earlier this week by suggesting that a clash between Faugheen and Annie Power in the Champion Hurdle was not totally off the cards. Both received entries when the race closed last week and Mullins told the Irish Independent: “I don’t know, if you had two Champion Hurdle horses what would you do? If you finished second in the Champion Hurdle, would we be thinking to ourselves, we might run the two of them? If you’re lucky enough to have one Champion Hurdle horse, but then you have two,
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  26. beaker1

    My Ante-post Diary

    MY ANTE-POST DIARY -2016/2017 PART 8 I start this week’s post by reporting that Paddy Power are now No Runner No Bet (NRNB) on the four Championship races (Champion Hurdle, Champion Chase, Stayers Hurdle and Gold Cup). Bet365 followed suit yesterday but also included the Ryanair Chase so we now have something of a safety net in these races. Champion Hurdle Willie Mullins issued an upbeat bulletin on the wellbeing of Faugheen yesterday confirming that Cheltenham was very much on his agenda. “I’m pleased with him and he’s definitely on course for Cheltenham,
    1 point
  27. Jimmy2shoes

    My Ante-post Diary

    Awesome write ups Many Thanks
    1 point
  28. beaker1

    My Ante-post Diary

    MY ANTE-POST DIARY -2016/2017 PART 7 As we are now into 2017, I thought it might be good to give a brief update on each of the bets that I have put up so far. Our first bet Jezki is still generally available at 14/1 for the Stayers’ Hurdle having not made it the racecourse yet this season. Having missed an engagement over Christmas, his trainer indicated that he would instead run in the Irish Champion Hurdle at the end of the month, but when the entries were released last week, he was not amongst them. I would be lying if I said that I wasn’t concerned about his well
    1 point
  29. beaker1

    My Ante-post Diary

    MY ANTE-POST DIARY -2016/2017 PART 6 Gold Cup The man who seems to be holding all of the cards in the Gold Cup picture is Colin Tizzard who has the top two in the betting in the shape of Thistlecrack and Native River. On Sunday, he confirmed the plan was to take the favourite back to Cheltenham for the Cotswold Chase at the end of the month, whilst the stable’s Welsh National hero may now head straight to the Gold Cup. However Tizzard also raised the possibility of having two more runners in the Gold Cup, with a decision on Cue Card’s participation likely to hinge on how he far
    1 point
  30. beaker1

    My Ante-post Diary

    MY ANTE-POST DIARY -2016/2017 PART 5 The Christmas period often has a big effect on the ante-post markets for the Cheltenham Festivals, with a number of top-class races on both sides of the Irish Sea. It tends to see a number of Festival races thinned out with plenty of dreams shattered as well as some dark horses emerging from out of the woodwork. Gold Cup The King George was billed as a match between the two stablemates Cue Card and Thistlecrack but despite the elder statesman challenging briefly down the back straight, it was more of a precession than a race. Despite his r
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  31. beaker1

    My Ante-post Diary

    MY ANTE-POST DIARY -2016/2017 PART 4 Gold Cup The staying chase division may have needed a lift this week as following the news on Sunday that Coneygree would miss the King George following a unsatisfactory piece of work, it looked as though Kempton’s Boxing Day showpiece would be something of a formality. However, news came on Monday that the owners of Thistlecrack had decided to step the eight-year-old out of novice company and take on stablemate Cue Card in the King George. This is clearly going to be the biggest test of Thistlecrack’s chasing career to date and the big ques
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  32. beaker1

    My Ante-post Diary

    MY ANTE-POST DIARY -2016/2017 PART 3 Champion Hurdle Nigel Twiston-Davies’ The New One put any talk of novice chasing on hold at the weekend as he landed a third renewal of the International Hurdle under Richard Johnson. In a switch of tactics from normal, the eight-year-old made the running before seeing off the challenge of My Tent Or Yours (to whom he was conceding 8lb) up the hill. It now seems that he will stick down the hurdling route and could go next to Kempton for the Christmas Hurdle before returning to Cheltenham in March for another go at the Champion Hurdle (for which he
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  33. beaker1

    My Ante-post Diary

    MY ANTE-POST DIARY -2016/2017 PART 2 Champion Hurdle Faugheen missed another potential return last week as the eight-year-old did not feature amongst the declarations for the Hatton’s Grace Hurdle at Fairyhouse on Sunday. However, having missed the Morgiana with a bruise, Patrick Mullins reported on Friday that the gelding was back in work but that they were keen to wait until he was really sparkling before sending him back to the racecourse. Christmas looks a likely target with both the Christmas Hurdle at Kempton, which he has won for the past two seasons or the Ryanair Hurdle a
    1 point
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