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    Rocket Mortgage Classic

    I guess a 3 shot lead going into the final round wasn't enough for Wolff who kinda bottled it. Would have been a 125/1 winner but the 25/1 placing atleast covers the weeks bets 2020 golf bets +135.79pts.
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    Lee's USA Racing

    nice result Saturday shame mine were poor ill have another go 2moro night possibly with Thistledown
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    Naps - Monday July 6th

    21.00 Thirsk, Iolani @ 15/2 bet365
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    NAPS - Sunday July 5th

    Damn night shifts, half the time i really do not know the day of the week
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    L1 Predictions > Jul 3rd - 6th

    Wycombe vs Fleetwood The second League One play-off semi-final second leg coming up tonight is at 7:30pm BST when Wycombe play Fleetwood at Adams Park. It's not looking good for the away side here as they come into this game against their hosts suffering a 4-1 deficit. You could argue it'll take a miracle for this tie to be turned around but if there's one sport that can produce such a miracle it's football! Wycombe may well hold a three-goal lead and Gareth Ainsworth will certainly be saying all the right things to keep his players' heads on the ground but surely the players, staff, and fans will be feeling that they have one foot in the play-off final. Three goals in the opening 6 minutes saw the Chairboys take a 2-1 lead before Fleetwood were reduced to 10-men with Lewis Coyle's sending off. It was then plain sailing for Wycombe as they went on to score two more goals and put the tie seemingly beyond their hosts. They'll come into this game feeling they can not only see the tie off but win on the night having only lost 2 of their 18 home league games this season. Fleetwood will be bitterly disappointed that they gave such a poor account of themselves in the first leg. It may or may not be seen as a fair assessment that it was anticipated a Joey Barton-managed side would lose their discipline in a time of intense pressure. I'm not really sure how they can approach this game with an aim to pull this tie back without leaving themselves heavily exposed at the back. The defeat last week ended an unbeaten run in the league of 12 games. How can they fight back from that? Once again, I'm with @Neubs on his theory that it'll be an open game as Fleetwood adopt a "sh!t or bust" attitude. I think Wycombe will be happy to sit back and counter-attack their opponents picking them off. I reckon not only will Wycombe prevail as winners of this tie but I think they'll win the game on the night as well. This could be a hard lesson for Barton to learn early into his management career. Wycombe to Win @ 2.88 with Betway BTTS @ 1.95 with Bet365
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    L1 Predictions > Jul 3rd - 6th

    Oxford vs Portsmouth The first of the League One play-off semi-final second legs up this week is between Oxford and Portsmouth in a 5pm BST kick-off at the Kassam Stadium. These two sides come into this game with everything to play for after the first leg ended in a 1-1 draw at Fratton Park. Who will seal the aggregate win to progress to the play-off final with a chance of earning promotion to the Championship. Oxford will be pleased that they managed to hold their opponents to a draw in the first leg. It was a game that had seen the odds stacked against them due to Portsmouth's impressive unbeaten home record in the league. It was also looking quite grim when Ronan Curtis had given Pompey the lead on 32 minutes. Fortunately, the U's hit back quickly with Marcus Browne bagging the equaliser just before half-time. The draw extended Karl Robinson's men's unbeaten run to 6 matches. It is now United's tie to lose with home advantage. Portsmouth know they will need to lay to rest the ghost of their bang average away record this season to progress to the final. Kenny Jackett's side have only won 5 of their 17 league matches on the road this season. It's now also 3 games without a win for Pompey as their form is faltering at the wrong time. The one main hope for Portsmouth is that the lack of a home crowd at the Kassam Stadium will enable them to put their away day woes behind them. I have to agree with @Neubs here. I can't see a lot separating these two teams. Nothing could in the first leg and I think this second leg could be even tighter. I think it's worth backing on this game going all the way to penalties. I know that the stats suggest both teams scoring isn't realistic but I feel we could see a score draw on a nervy night in Oxfordshire. Draw @ 3.10 with Sportingbet BTTS @ 2.00 with Betfair
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    L1 Predictions > Jul 3rd - 6th

    I think first Game today will be very close - i choose here a Draw in Oxford-Portsmouth Game and everything can happen in Extra Time. Other Game i see a very open Game. Didn´t think that Fleetwood will take to the Final but they must be attack if they want a early goal. So i see Wycombe to become some counter Chances and for me Wycombe Over 1.5 Goals is a very good Bet.
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    Naps - Monday July 6th

    I think today is a bit of an outlier !...... I was so miffed that my runner on Sunday got done by a nose I wanted to get one back ! 😧
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    Avongirl (Helen)

    I visited Helen yesterday and she is happy and they are happy with her. She moved to a ‘normal’ ward yesterday and is likely to stay there all this week. I expect she will call in on PL sometime shortly, but she’s not doing the social media thing yet (for her, Facebook). Thank you for your get well messages and that is happening. Duncan.
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    Division 8 - Week 5 Selections

    Half Bank Max
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    Kayserispor vs Besiktas Our weekly Turkish Super Lig preview is coming up a bit earlier this week because I've managed to free up some time today to get it in early. The match at the centre of our preview focus is the Monday night clash between Kayserispor and Besiktas that is set to take place at 7pm BST from the Kadir Has Stadium. These two sides are battling at opposite ends of the table but both will want to take all 3 points. Kayserispor find themselves down in 16th place and 1 point from safety. The good news for Robert Prosinecki's men is that they have this game in hand at home to try and climb out of the bottom three. Time is running short though. Only 4 league games remain after this so a win is key. Back-to-back league wins and 3 wins from their last 4 league games has helped to lift them from almost certain relegation to give them some hope of survival. Considering where they are in the table, their home record isn't too shabby either. They have the 11th best home record having only lost 4 of their 14 home league games this season. Besiktas know the tough challenge that faces them. An in-form opponent that is fighting for their lives at the bottom of the table and experiencing some fine home form. Sergen Yalcin has led his team to 5th place and just 3 points off the pace of the Champions League qualification spots. That's a situation that has been helped by 2nd placed Trabzonspor being banned from European competition for two seasons due to breaches of UEFA financial fair play regulations. The team has lost just 1 of their last 8 league matches and that includes convincing back-to-back wins over Konyaspor and Denizlispor. One sticking point is the fact that Besiktas don't travel too well with just 6 wins from their 14 away league games so far. The odds on an away win are uncomfortably low and given Kayserispor's recent form I wouldn't blame anyone for taking them at the odds listed. I just feel as well as the home side are playing it's always worth backing Besiktas to get a win. It's not going to be pretty but I think the fact they are so close to the Champions League qualification spots will be all the motivation they need. Besiktas to Win @ 1.79 with VBet Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 1.60 with William Hill
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    Heidenheim vs Werder Bremen The second leg of the Bundesliga relegation play-off is scheduled to take place on Monday night at 7:30pm BST between second tier Heidenheim and top flight Werder Bremen at the Voith-Arena. The tie is finely balanced after a 0-0 draw in the first leg so which team will seize the initiative and secure the win to either earn promotion or achieve survival depending on who earns the victory? Heidenheim stand on the brink of earning promotion to the Bundesliga for the first time in their history. Head coach Frank Schmidt will be pleased with his side's efforts in the first leg but their inability to get that decisive goal will have left him frustrated. Even more so because it was against an opponent that has been vulnerable at home this season and was reduced to 10-men on 76 minutes after the sending off of Niklas Moisander. That draw now meant it's just 3 wins from their last 7 matches in all competitions. Still, they come into this match with home advantage and the opportunity is there for this set of players to create history for this small club from Baden-Wurttemburg. Werder Bremen know that they need a big performance in this game. Head coach Florian Kohfeldt will surely see his job under threat if the giants of German football suffer a humiliating relegation to Bundesliga II by failing to win this tie. The team were fortunate enough to get away with that 0-0 draw despite having a men sent off with 14 minutes remaining. The team has won 3 of their last 4 leagues matches on the road so they'll be quietly confident they can seal the win. The absence of Moisander for this game could be an issue but we'll see. I am torn for this game. There is so much pressure on the Werder Bremen players to deliver a result here. Relegation is almost unfathomable for a club the size of Werder but that's the grim reality facing them. Heidenheim had their opportunity to put this tie to bed last week but they failed. I think that could come back to haunt them. A narrow Werder Bremen win is on the cards here. Werder Bremen to Win @ 2.00 with 888Sport Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.75 with VBet
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    calva decoy

    Strikers Horses To Follow

    Mick Fitz was interviewing Dan Skelton on Sky Sports Racing at his stables & asked if he had 1 to follow over the Summer Jumps Season & he come up with DOG OF WAR , needs a fast surface 👍
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    NAPS - Sunday July 5th

    6:05 Doncaster My Dandy Doc, 34- Bet365
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    Sevilla vs Eibar La Liga enters its final few games of the league season this weekend and the focus of our weekly preview is the 9pm BST kick-off on Monday night between Sevilla and Eibar at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan. This is a clash between two sides experiencing contrasting fortunes right now. Can the home side consolidate their position in the Champions League qualification spots or will the away team defy their tags as underdogs and snatch a win? Sevilla come into this game in 4th place and 3 points inside the Champions League qualification places. Head coach Julen Lopetegui is set to lead his team to an improvement on their 6th placed finish last season. The club is currently on an unbeaten run of 10 league games but that has included 6 draws. The defensive side of their game has greatly improved this season with 7 of the last 8 wins for the team being with clean sheets. It's also 8 home league games undefeated for Sevilla. Eibar are enduring slightly more troubling times than their opponents for this game. Jose Luis Mendilibar's men are down in 17th place but they remain 6 points above the drop zone. Only 5 league games are left for Eibar before this game and they have a game in hand on their rivals below them so it will take a big surprise to see them go down. Still, they'll want to secure their place in the Spanish top flight for next season as soon as possible. Just 1 defeat in their last 5 league games has them in good form for this game but that defeat was their most recent outing when they lost 2-0 at home to Osasuna. OK, so even though Eibar have started to pick up points in recent weeks I find it very hard to see them getting anything from this game against a Sevilla team that look like they could really grow into something effective under Lopetegui. The home side know how to get the job done on their own turf and the visitors know they should be realistically safe now. I expect a convincing home win here. Sevilla to Win to Nil @ 2.20 with SpreadEx Sevilla HT/FT @ 2.30 with BetVictor
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    NAPS - Sunday July 5th

    5.35 Doncaster MANKAYAN EW 9/1 Bet365 BOG
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    Napoli vs Roma The race to qualify for the Europa League reaches a vital stage tonight when rivals Napoli and Roma go head-to-head in an 8:45pm BST kick-off at the Stadio San Paolo. Both of these teams are in the thick of the action to qualify for European competition. The home side secured their place in Europe's second tier competition by winning the Coppa Italia and but the away side will want a win here to strengthen their claims to qualify. Napoli will be bitterly disappointed that the Champions League qualification now looks unlikely. Gennaro Gattuso has done a decent job since replacing former boss Carlo Ancelotti back on 11th December by winning the domestic cup and leading the team to 7th in the league table. Qualification for the Europa League has been confirmed already but the team will be keen to finish as high as possible. The team has a decent recent record at home having secured 3 wins from their last 4 home league matches. It's also 6 wins from their last 7 league games but with that single defeat being a 2-0 loss away to Atalanta in their last game it'll be interesting to see how the team reacts here. Roma are another side that have become accustomed to Champions League football over recent years. The disappointment of currently being placed in 5th position and 12 points off the pace of the Champions League qualification places will be hard to stomach for the capital city side. Head coach Paulo Fonseca could find his position under threat if his team once again misses out on competing at UEFA's top table competition. Back-to-back defeats all but ended that dream and 3 defeats from their last 4 away league matches doesn't bode well ahead of this clash. It wasn't long ago that these two sides were dead certs to qualify for the Champions League. Those does are gone and it's a grim reality facing both sets of supporters. Napoli are really starting to click under Gattuso now where as it feels like Fonseca's Roma are running out of steam. I have to back the home win for this one and I'm worried for Fonseca's future come the end of the season. Napoli to Win @ 2.05 with VBet BTTS @ 1.63 with VBet
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    NAPS - Sunday July 5th

    Shobiz Haydock 12:00 22/1 EW @ Bet365
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    Nickname Change?

    Larkin was taken
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    NAPS - Sunday July 5th

    1230 Haydock 7. Love Powerful WIN 10/1 Bet 365
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    No team is at its best, despite the motivation of PAOK, it does not inspire confidence. I will bet on the many goals, since the home team OFI plays aggressively and without expediencies OFI CRETE vs PAOK THESSALONIKI @@ Both team to score, odds 1.87
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    Panathinaikos is the favorite for the match, the ace in the legal betting pages from 2.40 and now it has dropped to 1.80 The Greens have the quality to impose themselves on OAKA PANATHINAIKOS ATHENS vs ARIS THESSALONIKI @@ PANATHINAIKOS ATHENS, odds 1.80 There will be a very tough duel, with intense scoring interest, since it is not a little to play in the Champions League. I see them being neutralized and will be judged in detail, I will bet on a few goals PAOK THESSALONIKI vs AEK ATHENS @@ +2.50 Under, odds 1.75
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