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  1. 4 points
    Krejcikova/Siniakova (2-0) to beat Buyukakcay/Siegemund at 1.83 with Marahtonbet Too much difference between these 2 pairs. This is the first time that Buyukakcay and Siegemund play together and none of them are good double players. Krejcikova/Siniakova have won in straight sets (6-1, 6-3) against a better pair in their first round here. Rublev (vs. Krajinovic) + Struff (vs Basilashvili) at 2.00 with 888 Rublev lost against Krajinovic the last week in Rotterdam but I can't imagine this happening again. Krajinovic has suffered in his first round here against Joao Sousa (4-6, 6-3, 6-3) and Rublev has won in 2 sets against the young italian promise Musetti (6-4, 6-4). Struff has impressed me in his first round here against Bautista (7-6, 7-5). He has played really really well and Basilashvili could have lost against Berankis (5-7, 7-6, 6-3) so Struff looks the right favorite to me. Kiki Bertens (2-0) to beat Saisai Zheng at 1.70 with 888 Bertens is in a very good form. She played really well in her previous tournament in St Petersburg, winning there against Kudermetova (6-1, 6-2), Potapova (6-4, 7-6), Alexandrova (6-1, 4-6, 6-1) and Rybakina (6-1, 6-3). In her first match here she has won against Muchova (6-2, 6-4). Saisai has won against Vondrousova and Zvonariova. I'm not impressed with her victory against Vondrousova because the Czech is still so far from her best form. In Dubai, Saisai lost in 2 sets against Siniakova (who was in a very bad form) so considering the difference between Bertens and Saisai and the good form of Bertens I can see her winning this without too much problems.
  2. 3 points
    FrenchPunter

    Tennis Tips - February 24 - March 1

    Yulia Putintseva to beat Belinda Bencic at 2.05 with Parions Sport The h2h is 3-1 in favor of Putintseva. Bencic is miraculously here after a match far from being at the level of a top10 player against Kudermetova. Her frustration seems to have contaminated the Russian who was however very comfortable with her service, even succeeding a few aces on her 2nd. But as often (hence my hesitation to bet on her) the young Russian made too many enforced errors by wanting to play too much with the lines instead of keep it simple and on top of that she missed many easy points ( some REALLY easy lol). On her side, Putintseva took revenge for her Fed Cup defeat against Mertens by eliminating the defending champion (yet in good shape) in 3 sets after losing the 1st set (4-6/6-3/6-2). The mental and especially the service of the Kazakh are clearly above the Swiss right now and I see her eliminated this one in straight sets like last year in Miami. I still chose a simple victory because the odd is high enough for me to take more unnecessary risks.
  3. 3 points
    Cardiff vs Nottingham Forest OK, so due to the midweek Championship games and a bit of value here I'm using one of my previews from this section for this week on this game between Cardiff and Nottingham Forest which kicks off at 7:45pm GMT from the Cardiff City Stadium later tonight. Why am I keen to cover it? Well, unfortunately, I think the away side are too generously priced to ignore. Cardiff suffered a demoralising yet unsurprising defeat away to Stoke on the weekend. I say unsurprising but I probably was a bit surprised. I thought we could get a point but the injury to Lee Tomlin, our best player this season by a country mile, has really changed expectations. Neil Harris will be without his star performer for the next month or so at least and it's got everyone's mood downbeat in the Welsh capital. We have won 9 of our last 10 matches against Forest but that feels irrelevant given our decreasing form and the absence of Tomlin. We have also drawn 5 of our last 6 home games so we're not exactly accustomed to winning at home right now. Nottingham Forest aren't without their own injuries worries coming into this match. The trio of Lewis Grabban, Samba Sow, and Sammy Ameobi are all doubts with Nuna Da Costa still out injured. Sabri Lamouchi will also be aware that he takes his team to Cardiff knowing they've only won 1 of their last 11 league trips to the city. All that being said, this is a new Forest side that are still in 5th place and only 6 points off the automatic promotion spots. I just have a really dour feeling about this game. We looked exactly as you'd expect us to be without Tomlin against Stoke. Flat. Lacking creativity. Impotent. I am worried it'll be the same here unless Harris does something drastic. He'll know that something needs to change but how does he address it exactly? It could take weeks before any changes have an impact so I'm pessimistic at best ahead of the next few games. Nottingham Forest to Win @ 3.25 with Sportingbet Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.78 with Marathonbet
  4. 2 points
    Jan-Lennard Struff to beat Stefanos Tsitsipas at 3.2 with betfair I repeat with Struff. I have not watched him against Basilashvili (6-1, 6-0) but as I said in my last post he impressed me with his match against Bautista (7-6, 7-5). Tsitsipas has suffered a lot against Bublik in his last match here (7-6, 6-4). The h2h is 2-2 but the last 2 times they have played Struff has won. I think Struff is underrated for this one. Jan-Lennard Struff vs Stefanos Tsitsipas Over 22.5 Games at 1.9 with betfair
  5. 2 points
    richard-westwood

    Racing Chat - Wed Feb 26th

    Aljari took to the surface and duly wins .....
  6. 2 points
    Grimthorpe Captain chaos cls 260 290 total 550 Chidswell cls 250 270 total 520 Some chaos cls 255 273 total 528 Captain chaos is the ew form horse and looks very good value around 10/1 but there's not a lot between top 3 so I'll try wins all 3 Captain chaos 5pts win 10/1 betv Chidswell 5pts win 11/1 bet365 Some chaos 5pts win 25/1 bet365
  7. 2 points
    Fader

    Players Championship

    Well both Dott and Higgins looked rubbish until the final couple of frames where Higgins took control. Late last night we had the first match i've seen of any quality as Bingtao impressed by beating Kyren Wilson pretty easily really. He looks a decent dark horse this week with Joe Perry up next. I'll take a couple today and the first is Un-Nooh to see off Mark Allen. Allen is back on a down patch recently and when he gets like this he tends to play like he doesn't want to be anywhere near a snooker table. We haven't seen Allen perform since the Scottish Open last year and since then we've seen defeats to the likes of Gilbert 6-1. Lu Ning 5-0, Gerard Greene 5-4, Wenbo and Dale have also beaten him. Head-2-head also points in Un-Noohs favour as he has won the last 3. The other bet I like is Trump on a handicap to beat John Higgins. Judd has won the last 5 head-2-head matches between the two and has beaten him 4 times in the last year. Judd hit 5 50+ breaks in his 6-3 win over Holt and a century in there, whilst Higgins didn't even make a 50+ break until 6 frames in. 4pts T Un-Nooh to beat M.Allen 6/4 bet365 6pts J.Trump (-1.5 frames) to beat J.Higgins 4/6 boylesports Players bets -4.25pts 2020 snooker bets +19.75pts
  8. 2 points
    Kyrgios retired and that means I'm still 1-1 for the week 😂. Cedrik-Marcel Stebe to beat Matija Pecotic at 1.41 with Pinnacle Short odds, but I watched Stebe a couple of times in recent weeks and he's slowly getting back to ATP-level form and this is a great opportunity for him to get some wins at a reasonably strong Challenger. He was playing very decently against Raonic in Delray Beach and even somewhat less than that performance should be more than enough against Pecotic imo.
  9. 2 points
    Let's start up in Scotland where a horse that is local to Wincanton is the hot favourite. Virak of course was very impressive at Wincanton although was helped by the fact that Earth Leader didn't stay. Even though the two of them were both going toe to toe up until the point Earth Leader's stamina ran out and to do that suggests he still has plenty of ability. I said at the time that aiming at the lesser hunter chases would be wise and going to Cheltenham would be pointless and this is what connections have done. This race is a qualifier for a final at Kelso in May and I just wonder if that is why he is running here as that would seem a very winnable target. In my view he only has one real opponent as the betting also suggests. Lord Scoundrel won the Galway Plate in 2016 and was picked up for just £9k by his current connections. He didn't run too badly in the Galway Plate in 2018 either when 7th and that was the last time he was seen until Cottenham earlier in the month when he won a Ladies Open. He did it well considering he had been off the track for 556 days. It wasn't the strongest of races though and Virak will prove a much tougher opponent. I'm pretty certain Graeme McPherson wasn't expecting to bump into a horse of his quality when entering this. He does get 8lbs from Virak which will obviously help as well. I think the best thing here is to play the forecast as they should fill the first two spots home. Virak to beat Lord Scoundrel 1pt forecast At Wincanton we have a very interesting 5 runner race. Art Mauresque is the odds on favourite and it is easy to see why. He gets weight from every other runner in the race and a couple of them have to give him 11lbs which could well be a tough task. He looked good when winning at Cotenham when winning on his pointing debut although the form hasn't worked out all that well since. He then went to Milborne St Andrew where the task would have been to qualify him for Cheltenham and also see if he was going to be able to stay the trip. He did neither and the fact the winning times of the races were just over a minute apart tells you what a much tougher test of stamina the Milborne race was. He travelled and jumped well until his stamina ran out and this drop back in trip should be ideal for him. The ground could be a concern, but I don't think the ground got him beat at Milborne, indeed the only way it might have got him beat was because his jockey stuck to the inside which looked very cut up given it was race 8 on the card. It was noticeable that the winner travelled much wider for most of the race. I'm sure if connections were that concerned about soft ground they wouldn't be running him again on it. He needs to finish in the first 3 to qualify for Aintree which looks the aim. Asockastar won us plenty of cash last year. Not just when he won his two hunter chases, but also when he went and won a handicap off 125 at Worcester in July at a massive 12/1. He was really impressive that day as well, so much so the handicapper put him up 12lbs. He then finished 2nd at Cartmel and Uttoxeter running well both times. He ran in all the big 3 hunter chases last season and he ran with credit at Cheltenham and Aintree, but his 3rd at Stratford was a really good effort. I think he handles ground like this, but he probably wants it better and I just wonder if it might catch him out first time up especially with such a big weight. He always seems to run his race though. Chef D'Equipe is the latest Maxwell runner to go hunter chasing and unusually for him it isn't favourite. The Newbury 2nd off 130 was a good effort, but his other two handicap runs this season weren't anywhere near as good. He has won on testing ground though so that shouldn't be a problem. That Sandown race he was 6th in last time he won in 2018 and he just has a very in and out profile. He could pick up the pieces if he is the only one that thrives in the ground, but I think others are more likely to run their races. Swift Crusador was a massive gamble against Bob And Co at Bangor last time and amazingly he went off at just 2/1 to beat him. He departed at the 8th though and it was way too early to know how he would have got on. The gamble also means they must think 2m4f in soft ground isn't a concern given on form you couldn't be certain it is what he wants. On previous rules form he has a bit too find, but the money was very interesting at Bangor and he could easily go well here. Art Mauresque is drifting this morning as Chef D'Equipe is being backed, but I'm not overly concerned about the ground for the favourite and it is easy to excuse the defeat last time. So for me sticking him in a double with Virak looks the way to go. Given Asockastar usually runs his race and Chef D'Equipe has a very in and out profile I am also going to have a small play on the forecast. Art Mauresque to beat Asockastar 0.5pts f/c Virak/Art Mauresque 1pt double at 1.9/1 with Bet365
  10. 2 points
    WTA Doha Amanda Anisimova - Svetlana Kuznetsova 1@1.69 pinnacle /flat 10u/ I took a bet against Anisimova in the first round, as she had a stomach problems lat week and played really bad with Strycova. But the way she won that first round with in form Alexandrova, and the way she pushed out Svitolina in 2nd round made quite big impression to me. Anisimova was playing really well, like she did in first half of last season and for me she is back in good form with higher confidence. I saw Kuznetsova in almost all matches this year and I see big diffrence between both players. Svetlana won with Vondrousova in AO, but Marketa is still not ready after injury. Otherwise her results and play are about average. Here she won Buyukakcay and Swiatek, but espacially Swiatek played really badly today. Kuznetsova is playing little better than expected at the end of her career, but it wont be enough against back in form Anisimova. Amanda will punsih her weaker serv and will push her back from all positions, as she did against Svita. This odds are best value from round 16 to me and I have to take young american at current odds. GL
  11. 2 points
    Ebbsfleet 4.31 Somehow getting crushed by the top side has led to these odds, I guess, and I can't say I understand it These two sides are not as far apart as the odds would suggest, and Fleet's h2h with Maidenhead is dead even, home or away.
  12. 2 points
    BillyHills

    Naps - Tues Feb 25th

    Hope you take full advantage of your KO Cup place now🤣
  13. 2 points
    Chelsea vs Bayern Munich The rather elongated Champions League last 16 phase enters the second half of the first legs this week with our focus today on the 8pm GMT kick-off on Tuesday night between Premier League club Chelsea and Bundesliga side Bayern Munich at Stamford Bridge. The German club possess fond memories of their last trip to London when they dismantled Tottenham by a 7-2 score-line back in April. Chelsea squeaked through Group H ahead of last season's semi-finalists Ajax but behind surprise package Valencia. It was far from convincing but Frank Lampard's team got the job done. It was the 14th time in 17 seasons that the Blues reached this stage of the competition. However, the stats don't make for kind reading for Chelsea at home in the Champions League over recent years. They have been eliminated in each of their last four Champions League knock-out matches and have only won 1 of their last 6 home Champions League games. The biggest blow for me is the fact that N'Golo Kante has been ruled out. Bayern Munich come into this game as one of the competition's favourites. It's easy to see why. Hansi Flick's side finished top of their group with a 100% record against Tottenham, Olympiakos, and Red Star Belgrade. The German club have been the English club killers in this competition in recent years having eliminated English opponents in 4 of their last 5 meetings with teams from England. You might want to be wary about an anytime scorer bet. Robert Lewandowski might have scored 10 goals in this competition this year already but he's not scored in the knockout stages for more than 597 minutes. I know I've under-estimated Chelsea before but I've also over-estimated them. Bayern Munich look a steal for this away win price given their form in this competition this season. I think Chelsea will struggle to contain this Bayern attack and aren't quite doing enough in terms of their performances in the final third to make me think they'll be a threat to Bayern's back-line. Bayern Munich to Win @ 2.00 with SportNation Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 1.66 with Marathonbet @vasilli07, @Xcout, @Icongene, @KikoCy, @DrBetter, @Duuc, @DrO, @immortal--, @Notorious, @betcatalog, @KingSoccertips, @discipline, @Pep004, @HastGill1, @ElPrincipito007, @salmonman, @DW_United, @allthethings, @MightyWell, @liamcorrigan86, @mijOsim, @dorleywilliams, @soccerprediction123, @TOTTI3, @LePapo, @seifer365, @MPLouis, @Jack A, @JJG, @Pipoca, @neilovan, @wcz, @newjack, @matt-e-matticle, @EBTA, @cluelessG, @mtom, @Marek76, @allyhibs, @alani42, @jazzman02, @hristofor, @fhuefdsa @Gedkip, @Carovie, @money44, @Donvitz, @Dzontra85, @swasya, @vicsuna, @Neubs, @kevlevrone, @Jammycnut, @Hitch, @GreatCaco, @Ulrik, @Octane_81, @tomcody, @shrewd., @fizrukas, @craigh, @AussieDex, @ivanhoe, and @WinningAdvice.
  14. 1 point
    WTA Acapulco Tamara Zidansek - Kaja Juvan 2@1.6 pinnacle /flat 10u/ Zidansek is best on clay. She really do not play well on hardcourt with 5-13 record past 52 weeks and there are not counted three losses in fed cup week ago to Stojanovic, Linette and Ozgen. She is playing soft tennis and doing quite a lot mistakes lately. Yesterday she surprisingly won over Kalinskaya, but Kalinskaya is very unstable player, she had many chances on return games, but she converted almost nothing and gifted Zidansek the win with easy mistakes. Juvan is big slovenian talent, who ended her junior campaing as 16yo and 5th junior of the world. Last year she crushed ITF events and slowly entering to top100. She is player on all surfaces, but her flat game is much more suitable on hards. Yesterday she denied matchpoints against Williams in a match of high quality. Before she went easily through qualies. For me Juvan is the better player on faster surface and she will be boosted after the big win yesterday. I expect her to push Zidansek also on return games and control the whole match. GL
  15. 1 point
    Cheers mate! Mixed emotions about it. Pleased to be spot on with my prediction but it's looking like Neil Harris doesn't have a clue about a plan B. Not that fussed about Leandro Bacuna and Callum Paterson going toe-to-toe. Would have preferred to do it behind the scenes but they're both passionate players and it was after the whistle so crack on. Shows a bit of care for our performance that was utter dog poop. Yeah, all good. Go on then, hit us with your tip. Ease it in gently though! I'm confused by Charlton this season so really not sure how to call this one. If I was pushed I'd say a draw but think you could sneak it if you put in a similar performance to the weekend.
  16. 1 point
    Sun of Macedon

    NBA Roller Coaster

    26.02.2020 106. Philadelphia -7.5 @ 1.952 (Pinnacle) 25 units
  17. 1 point
    Sun of Macedon

    NBA Roller Coaster

    Bets: 105 W-L-V: 54-51-0 S/R: 51.4% Profit: -18.4 units Yield: -0.8% L10: L L W W W L W W W W
  18. 1 point
    BillyHills

    Racing Chat - Wed Feb 26th

    5 meetings Nap: 156 MR: Lady Master 11/8 bet365 Nb: 240 M: First Account 6/4 bet365 EW: 326 MR: Star Academy 7/1 betvic AW: 700 K: Family Fortunes 4/1 bet365 Richest race of the day Ratings 1pt Asdaa 9/2 bet365
  19. 1 point
    richard-westwood

    Cheltenham 2020 Previews

    Really looking forward to the big hcaps....got all the top races programmed in .just gonna have 10pt running doubles on the big races and go for a mega win ...just need final entries!!!....
  20. 1 point
    i'll wait for team news first on the wednesday v charlton game wednesday played better on saturday at birmingham and should have won. They actually played some football for a change but a front 3 of murphy harris and forestieri dictates that hoofing it is not going to work. One bit of injury news that may not be widespread is that bannan has been playing with an injury. As for Fletcher i thought Wickham look better on saturday when they both came on late. Fox is important if he starts as he gives a stability to the left back position.
  21. 1 point
    waggy

    2020 Finish

    87 result: Evans won 2-1. Won £32 Profit to date £3515.53
  22. 1 point
    BillyHills

    Cheltenham 2020 Previews

    Interesting stats for the handicaps, taken from the media pack
  23. 1 point
    ralphie7

    Quick System

    Wednesday 26 /02/2020 Southwell 02:35 BROOKLYN BOY f/c. 4/5 Stake = 10 pts. WIN
  24. 1 point
    Real Madrid vs Manchester City The Champions League last 16 first legs keep on coming this week with tonight's 8pm GMT kick-off between La Liga side Real Madrid and reigning Premier League champions Manchester City. The odds cannot separate these two sides but will the prospect of two seasons without European competition spur the travelling team on to earn success in this competition? Real Madrid cruised through to this stage of the competition from Group A. Zinedine Zidane's men might have finished 2nd behind group winners PSG but they ended up 8 points ahead of 3rd placed Club Brugge. The 2nd place side in La Liga will be without key attacking player Eden Hazard for the rest of the season after he picked up a fractured ankle in their 1-0 loss against Levante in the league. The club from the Spanish capital come into this game knowing they've progressed from all four of their most recent knockout ties against English opposition. They have also scored in each of their last 22 home games in the knockout stage of this competition. Zidane also has a 100% win record in knockout games in this competition for Real Madrid. Manchester City know everything rests on their success or failure in this competition. Liverpool have all but sealed the Premier League title. The FA Cup and EFL Cup are still on but will those trophies really matter if the league and Champions League have escaped Pep Guardiola's men? City are unbeaten in this competition so far having qualified as winners from Group C that saw them finish above Atalanta, Shakhtar Donetsk, and Dinamo Zagreb. Raheem Sterling is welcomed back into the fold after a few weeks on the sidelines. It might well be worth backing Sterling as an anytime scorer because he's bagged 10 goals in his last 13 Champions League matches. Unfortunately, City have been knocked out in each of the last three knockout ties with Spanish clubs. My initial feeling for this one is a draw but I'm even swaying with the idea of backing a City win. I think they can afford to concentrate all their energy on this competition now and after the recent UEFA punishment they'll have a determination to win it for the first time in their history before the ban kicks in. Real Madrid, Zidane, and the Champions League are a special triad though and I'm just not sure they'll have enough stability at the back to keep Real at bay. I'm expecting an exciting game. Draw @ 3.65 with Unibet Total Goals Scored Over 3.5 @ 2.95 with SportNation
  25. 1 point
    Old codger

    Racing Chat - Wed Feb 26th

    Hi everyone Here is my next selection. 218 Wincanton Blue Monday 1pt win 11/10 bog Improving 7 year old chaser expected to resume winning ways today. Results so far Start bank 100 W2 L0 Bank 102.35 Excellent jumping performance nice sp at 6/5 So far W3 L0 Bank 103.55
  26. 1 point
    Hope it went OK ! I've almost been living at the Dentist's for the last few months ...... eek!
  27. 1 point
    K. Pliskova vs O. Jabeur Since winning Brisbane at the beginning of the year Pliskova’s form has been a bit sketchy but not as bad as to say that she has not been playing well. In fact, I feel she is just about ready to commence another upward phase in form perhaps beginning here. She faces Ons Jabeur, one of the most improved WTA players of the year. Ons posses a very big and robust game and can be extra dangerous when she plays in confident mode. I really think she has the belief that she is way up there with the elite of the game and I will be the first to agree with her. I feel her chances here of taking Pliskova out are certainly over 40%. Knowing fully well that this is going to be a serve oriented clash, I will play extra safe and go for the alternative totals market (Paddy Power) over 20.5 games 8/10.
  28. 1 point
    Great call yesterday Stevie, i am sad i didnt logged in since weekend, completely missed out on this round. Odds on Charlton really poked my eye. After i read some team news, i still dont understand and i expect as people start to bet more on Charlton odds will probably shift. https://footballleagueworld.co.uk/key-sheffield-wednesday-team-news-emerges/ So basically, important players are playing through pain and list of injuries is even bigger actually. FFS, they didnt even scored at home this year LOL I mean, i like number games, that will probably change obviously, but Sheffield being dreadful host and Charlton being in okayish form (win against Forrest was kinda impressive especially as Forest beat Leeds three days before that) i really dont see why we shouldnt see upset on Hilsborough tonight. Sheff is allowing too much goals, not so much CS and i think they will try to be offensive from first minute as their fans are kinda annoyed by their form/football they are playing etc etc. I expect open game and Charlton able to win it and with odds this big, i think it is worth a punt. What is really interesting also about Charlton is that they pick their game when they are underdogs, i guess its some Lee Bowyer type of motivation that probably fire them up for those games (they won at Forrest, draw with Fulam and WBA in last 8 games). Charlton to win, odds 5.00. For those that like less hazardous bets, double chance around 2.2 is really juice IMHO. BTTS, odds 2.00 on pinnacle are gift in my eyes. Good luck to all who follows.
  29. 1 point
    Both the hosts and the guests are very much looking forward to this year's Champions League success. I think both teams will be very careful about their defenses, as no one will want to go out except for the first match. I expect no more than 3 goals REAL MADRID vs MANCHESTER CITY @@ +3.50 Under, odds 1.55 I'm looking forward to an exciting race in France. Lyon plays at home thw and will try to beat the favorite. But coach Garcia missed the main Depais player because of an injury. Instead, Juventus will come to France with Cristiano Ronaldo. The 35-year-old is motivated to win another Champions League trophy with a third different club. CR7 plays in great form and I think he's a player that can make a difference in this game. I'll go with the favorite OLYMPIQUE LYONNAIS vs JUVENTUS TURIN @@ JUVENTUS TURIN, odds 2.10
  30. 1 point
    Darran

    Non-League Predictions > February 25th

    Yeah it is 2 legs in the semis. I also think though if you want to back a 4/5 shot you could find one of those at the weekend and get paid out straight away. I guess it depends what price you would make it and then if tying up that money for just over 2 months is worth it.
  31. 1 point
    Yes, I tend to bet the same total stake whether I back to win or each way. Some would argue that for good bank management you should bet proportional to the odds, so you would have twice as much on a 2/1 shot compared to a 4/1 shot.
  32. 1 point
    waggy

    2020 Finish

    86 result: WBA won 2-0, Pompey won 3-1. Won £283.33 84 result: Bayern Munich won 3-0. Won £142.50 Profit to date £3483.53
  33. 1 point
    CzechPunter

    Tennis Tips - February 24 - March 1

    Still within limits, but on the watch list 😉.
  34. 1 point
    skylark2009

    Scattergun for horses

    Yes, Its a system based approach using 5 systems, so a 5pt bet would be picked by all those 5 systems, a 4pt bet could be picked by any 4 of the 5 systems, 3pt bets by any 3 from 5 and 2pt bets by any 2 from 5, singles would only be picked once.
  35. 1 point
    For me today i´m take Goals in Chelsea-Munich Game... Stamford Bridge is not a good Visitor for German Teams, where Chelsea are unbeaten in his own Ground. Also i think Chelsea like the Way Munich plays Football - not too defensive and so Chelsea will also come to some Chances. So for me the best Bet are here the Both2Score with Over 2.5 Goals. Also i have take Napoli +0.25 - at San paolo are hard to crack. And even Barca have won easy 5-0 against Eibar at the Weekend - they are not so good in Form in last Weeks. Napoli also in CL-Games this Season are total different to his League Games. Better Motivation or anything of this. Now with Gattuso they won 6 of last 7 and have at the Moment a really good Form. So i would not surprised if Napoli can grab a Win today.
  36. 1 point
    Data

    Correct Scores (second shift)

    There's 20 midweek games to go with, for a total stake of £200. This might well be the first reversal of this current series because more than half of the fixtures are Championship which seems to have a long history of a poor conversion rate for correct scores using this particular method. Ah well, even if we draw a complete wipe out from these 20 the series still leaves us with with healthy winnings. 25.2.20 19:45 Cardiff Nottingham 1~1 25.2.20 19:45 Huddersfield Bristol City 1~1 25.2.20 19:45 Luton Brentford 1~1 25.2.20 19:45 Q.P.R. Derby 2~2 25.2.20 20:00 West Bromwich Preston 1~0 26.2.20 19:45 Blackburn Stoke 1~0 26.2.20 19:45 Fulham Swansea 2~2 26.2.20 19:45 Hull Barnsley 2~2 26.2.20 19:45 Middlesbrough Leeds 1~1 26.2.20 19:45 Millwall Birmingham 2~1 26.2.20 19:45 Sheffield Wednesday Charlton 1~0 26.2.20 20:00 Reading Wigan 2~1 25.2.20 19:45 Sunderland Fleetwood Town 2~1 25.2.20 19:45 Blackpool Bolton 2~1 25.2.20 19:45 Coventry Rotherham 2~1 25.2.20 19:45 Oxford Accrington Stanley 2~0 25.2.20 19:45 Shrewsbury Tranmere 2~1 25.2.20 19:45 Portsmouth Milton Keynes 2~0 25.2.20 19:45 Grimsby Newport 0~1 25.2.20 19:45 Cheltenham Northampton 1~0 . . . and the no-bet National Leage fixtures and score predictions for reference are; 25.2.20 19:45 Fylde Notts County 1~0 25.2.20 19:45 Barnet Dagenham & Redbridge 1~1 25.2.20 19:45 Maidenhead United Ebbsfleet United 1~1 25.2.20 19:45 Aldershot Boreham Wood 1~2
  37. 1 point
    Data

    Correct Scores (second shift)

    The weekend £450 stake returned a juicy £780 for a £330.00 profit, this fairy tale cannot continue . . . can it? Since the start of this second shift the balance sheet shows £1,610.00 staked yielding a nice £2,205.00 in returns for a £595.00 profit, representing a 37% ROI Full results as shown; 22.2.20 12:30 Chelsea Tottenham 2 1 2~1 9.50 22.2.20 15:00 Burnley Bournemouth 3 0 1~0 22.2.20 15:00 Crystal Palace Newcastle 1 0 1~0 7.50 22.2.20 15:00 Liverpool West Ham 3 2 3~0 22.2.20 15:00 Sheffield United Brighton 1 1 1~0 22.2.20 15:00 Southampton Aston Villa 2 0 1~2 22.2.20 17:30 Leicester Manchester City 0 1 1~2 23.2.20 14:00 Manchester United Watford 3 0 2~1 23.2.20 14:00 Wolverhampton Wanderers Norwich 3 0 2~0 23.2.20 16:30 Arsenal Everton 3 2 2~1 21.2.20 19:45 Derby Fulham 1 1 0~1 22.2.20 12:30 Brentford Blackburn 2 2 1~2 22.2.20 15:00 Barnsley Middlesbrough 1 0 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Birmingham Sheffield Wednesday 3 3 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Bristol City West Bromwich 0 3 1~2 22.2.20 15:00 Charlton Luton 3 1 2~1 22.2.20 15:00 Leeds Reading 1 0 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Nottingham Q.P.R. 0 0 2~1 22.2.20 15:00 Preston Hull 2 1 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Stoke Cardiff 2 0 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Swansea Huddersfield 3 1 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Wigan Millwall 1 0 1~2 22.2.20 15:00 Accrington Stanley Rotherham 1 2 1~2 9.00 22.2.20 15:00 AFC Wimbledon Blackpool 0 0 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Fleetwood Town Portsmouth 1 0 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Ipswich Oxford 0 1 0~1 9.50 22.2.20 15:00 Lincoln Gillingham 0 0 0~0 6.50 22.2.20 15:00 Milton Keynes Bolton 1 0 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Rochdale Coventry 1 2 0~1 22.2.20 15:00 Shrewsbury Doncaster 1 0 0~1 22.2.20 15:00 Southend Burton 2 3 2~3 21.00 22.2.20 15:00 Sunderland Bristol Rovers 3 0 2~0 22.2.20 15:00 Wycombe Tranmere 3 1 2~1 22.2.20 15:00 Carlisle Morecambe 2 2 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Cheltenham Mansfield 1 0 1~0 7.50 22.2.20 15:00 Crawley Town Stevenage 2 0 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Crewe Macclesfield 2 0 2~0 7.50 22.2.20 15:00 Leyton Oldham 2 2 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Newport Bradford 2 1 0~0 22.2.20 15:00 Northampton Exeter 2 0 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Plymouth Cambridge 0 0 2~1 22.2.20 15:00 Salford City Colchester 1 2 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Scnuthorpe Forest Green 1 0 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Swindon Grimsby 3 1 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Walsall Port Vale 2 2 1~1 The "only looking" National League continued to disappoint, much as expected; 22.2.20 15:00 Boreham Wood Yeovil 1 0 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Bromley Wrexham 0 2 3~1 22.2.20 15:00 Chesterfield Ebbsfleet United 4 0 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Chorley Barnet 0 1 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Dagenham & Redbridge Solihull 2 0 1~0 22.2.20 15:00 Dover Athletic Fylde 5 1 1~2 22.2.20 15:00 Harrogate Town Eastleigh 3 0 2~0 22.2.20 15:00 Hartlepool Notts County 2 0 2~1 22.2.20 15:00 Maidenhead United Aldershot 1 2 1~1 22.2.20 15:00 Torquay Halifax 1 0 1~2 22.2.20 15:00 Woking Stockport 1 1 1~1 6.50 22.2.20 17:20 Sutton UTD Barrow 2 2 1~2 Since the start, £240.00 staked have returned a meagre £130 to collect. ROI minus 46%
  38. 1 point
    Is that a daily tournament? Looks like you might have found a game finally we could put back in the added value diary!
  39. 1 point
    nice little earner for 2 mins work...$95.16
  40. 1 point
    Can't play the last game. Best of luck to everyone in the final game which should be renamed "Get Barry !"
  41. 1 point
    Well done Barry, and Demios too, seems like both of you had all of the run good. Barry now appears to have a bit of a lead at the top of the table, but the main chasers only have 2 scores on the board therefore no score to drop next week and so are hot on his heels. (back) to the league to Craggwood and The Quiet Man, hope you enjoyed the PLO. Next week we are back to NLHE for the final leg. Game is set up and registering now for the early birds to get in.
  42. 1 point
    Well played Barry, but it's fair to say that even if you live to be 120, you'll never run that well again... I've heard that Mo Farah will be ringing you tomorrow for some tips
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