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    Wimbledon 2018

    No need to publicly berate any player who lets us down. If I did that, they'd be pages and pages of content for people to read through Kyrgios is ridiculously tough on grass. He's an ace and TB machine. He's no pushover in rallies either. You get the feeling that he bides his time until the TB when he strikes. I also backed Istomin but Istomin was pretty powerless to be honest in those key moments. Kyrgios is operating at top 5 on grass in my opinion, or at worst top 10. He doesn't look like he cares at all, but I think that's deceptive and a bit of a trap!
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    Yeah, I'd have to agree with that. I'm not convinced that Manchester United or Chelsea will do as well as they did last season. Arsenal should improve under a new manager but it might take time. I think the title should be Manchester City's to lose but Liverpool are not far off. I think Keita is a hell of a signing and exactly what they need. Just need to sort the keeper issue out and they have a quality squad. Still lacking a bit in terms of depth but if I was them I'd keep the likes of Harry Wilson and Ben Woodburn and start to introduce them more.
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    As Fan since I was kid , all the way I support England , hard to win this world cup for sure but I pray we beat Sweden and make it to last four at least , so no bet for me because all my emotions and nervous on England here But I had small bet On Russia 0.5 Only this Round
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    Wimbledon 2018

    A. Qureshi/J. Rojer vs D. Ferrer/M. Lopez @3.34 Pinnacle stake: 4/10 Ferrer only played one doubles match in 2018 but he won vs Kubot/Melo partnering Bautista Agut so we can see he is experienced enough to play on a high level. I wasn't impressed by Qureshi/Rojer recently. A. Bolt/L. Hewitt vs R. Klaasen/M. Venus @2.95 Pinnacle stake: 4/10 They met a couple of weeks ago in s'Hertogenbosch and Klaasen/Venus won 75 75 but it was a weak level match and i am wasn't impressed by both teams. I think it's far more equal than bookies suggest. We should not forget that Wimbledon doubles will be played best of five sets so winning three sets is a lot.
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    Naps - Wednesday July 4th

    Kempton 20:20 Epic Challenge 13/2 Bet365 BOG
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    Wimbledon 2018

    Philipp Kohlschreiber vs Gilles Muller @2.80 Pinnacle stake: 4/10 I doubt there is any big favorite in that kind of matchup. Kohli looked better vs Donskoy than recently in Halle and Stuttgart BUT Donskoy was awful most of the time. No kind of match i would take too seriously into account for the following rounds. Muller had some problems with Mmoh but we all know Muller is having some issues in the early rounds and Mmoh was playing his heart out. Nevertheless his serve was working well. I do not trust Kohli here, especially in a Best of Five match. Have to take Muller at those odds without a doubt. Sam Querrey vs Sergiy Stakhovsky over 37 games @1.90 Pinnacle stake: 4/10 Expect a tougher match for Querrey here than vs out of form Thompson. Stakhovsky can be a beast on grass, beat Federer a couple of years ago in Wimbledon and he looked great so far on grass in 2018. I think if this goes to four sets it will be a W and the odds for over 3.5 sets are ~1.75.
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    Wow thanks all didn't realise I had managed to sneak into 3rd place, looking forward to the next one tonight.
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    It's time to call up Stan Collymore for Saturday.... There's nobody better at knocking out Swedes!!
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    Unfortunately not! Well done, great spot. Had gone up a few points by the time I looked though could've still bought his headed goal minutes at 3. Forgot all about it during the match, right up until he banged the goal in!
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    Latest Tables - July

    July 3 6 players still have a 100% record this month
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    happy with that hope you did it @harry_rag
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    Wimbledon 2018

    Mikhail Kukushkin (+2.5 sets) to beat Rafael Nadal at 2.74 with Pinnacle M.Ebden/S.Robert - Over 3.5 sets at 2.00 with Paddy Power Adding these two for Thursday, quite like the odds. Kukushkin is definitely a threat to Nadal on grass with his good form and big hitting game + he's troubled plenty of big names in the past. Sela wasn't a test, Kukushkin should be. Meanwhile, I don't fancy Ebden/Robert to be over all that quickly. Ebden is likely to be a bit tired mentally after crushing Goffin and I think that it's going to be quite tough to be fully focused against a name like Robert. The Frenchman has a decent enough game, so I'd have the overs at 1.72 at most.
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    Wimbledon 2018

    Katerina Siniakova to beat Ons Jabeur at 1.66 with Bet365 Mihaela Buzarnescu (-4.5) to beat Katie Swan at 1.88 with Pinnacle Taking these two for tomorrow, Siniakova has an excellent record against Jabeur and is still the better player of the two, while Buzarnescu should just dominate against Swan unless the home crowd gets under her skin. I saw her match against Kvitova in Prague and she was largely able to resist the pressure even against a much better opponent than Swan, so I fancy her to do it.
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    I presume you already know, but there's nothing to stop you taking a little profit along the way on a good run and it won't affect the numbers in your run. I find it lessens the blow when you do eventually find a losing bet. When you are under 100 it doesn't feel too bad, but once you get into three figures it hurts a bit, and a bit more for 200 and 300 and 400...........It is a very long road that you are on but there is no rush.
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    83 isn't bad for a practice run.
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    Valiant Thor

    Anthony Gibson

    These 2 aren't a bad read if the value stuff interests you, especially the Mark Coton book as he was the original Pricewise of the racing post. If memory serves me right picked these 2 up at a charity shop for a couple of quid each and both unread just the dust covers a bit tatty
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    Soi Bongkot

    World Cup Competition - Banter thread

    The last time England did better than Germany at a World Cup was 1966 These things also happened: Man City won a league Burnley qualified for Europe Chelsea finished 5th Real Madrid won European Cup Get where we're going with this? (It's coming home!)
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    A bit more consistency from Liverpool, which I think they will have now Van Dyke has signed, and they could be the ones to watch
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