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  1. Going back to the dog at the start of the thread tonight. 8.29 Sheff - Tp 2 Lostrigg Freddy .. 5/4 general. Has been dropped in class to A3. He is drawn in Tp2 and the dog in Tp1 is coming back from a spell off so hopefully his race fitness should give him the edge. Some of the other dogs are going up in grade, whilst some struggle to win A3 anyway. For me he is a fairly strong selection.
  2. Major disappointment last week, dog ran no where near its form. There is a lot of kennel sickness going around the greyhound world and it could be that it has a bug as there are no reports of lameness.. 8.24 Sheff - Tp 6 Deadly Expert. (11/10) ... was 6/4 late last night ... likely to go off odds on. ... WON 4-5 s.p. This looks a real solid selection. It has its favoured trap 6, with the bonus that trap 5 has been withdrawn lame so it has a vacant trap next to it giving it plenty of room to work. For me it is the best dog in the race with a bonus vacant box next to it. It should lead or be up the front from the start. Can be watched on Sky 175 .. or Freesat 176 .. or online.
  3. Looking at reviving this thread with the occasional selection. Selections will not be every day, and as before will mainly be Sheffield or open races. 9.18 Sheff - Tp 4 - Make no Apologie (15/8 Ladbrokes, 7/4 general) The Steel City cup starts tonight and my fancy who I have backed ante-post is Make no Apologie (3rd fav ante-post - 7/1 ..E.W. 1/4 odds 4 places in final). This is a big step down from last week where he finished 4th to Ice on Fire who is the ante-post fav for the Greyhound Derby. He has the pace to lead up although it is no 'gimme' and hopefully he can win and progress to the semi-finals (1st 3 go through). Can be watched live on the new SKY channel 175 (360 live), or online at ... greyhoundbet.racingpost.com ... click on the RPGTV button
  4. Wimbledon 2.00 Plymouth 1.53 B.Munich 1.12 10pt treble
  5. LOI The 2 I like are St. Pats at home to Cork, and Bohemians at home to newly promoted Shelbourne, the double pays around 11/8. N.Ireland As the odds suggest, Crusaders should win at home to Institute. Institute's last 12 games have been 3 x draws and 9 x defeats with a -25 goal diff. Welsh Prem Becoming a big fan of C.Quay. Bala have had a decent season but C.Q. have won both previous meetings this season (both by the odd goal). T.N.S. need to win at home to Barry to keep the pressure on C.Q. at the top of the table. I think they will although Barry are fairly solid, there weakness for me is having scored only 12 goals in 11 away games. The relegation battle between Carmarthen and Airbus should be close but I think Carmarthen can edge it. They have battled well recently(won last 2) and their last 6 games have been 3 x wins, 2 x draws, and 1 defeat. Airbus on the other hand haven't won in their last 14 fixtures. My bets St Patricks Won 1-0 / Bohemians Won 2-0 in a double at around 11/8 Crusaders/ T.N.S/ Connah's Quay(+draw)/ Carmarthen(+draw) ... a 4 timer at just over 2/1
  6. West Brom 1.45 Oxford Utd 1.28 B.Dortmund 1.20 25pts treble
  7. I will be leaving these alone this week. I will wait for the League of Ireland to establish and leave the cup games alone.
  8. Pricewise in Racing Post has tipped this up.
  9. Wolves 1.50 Crewe 1.40 Plymouth 1.80 30pt treble
  10. The League of Ireland I will leave alone for now. Northern Ireland.. I need to kick myself as I didn't look earlier and Linfield, who I keep saying are the best team in the league WON 4-0 at home last night.. at Odds against ! Welsh Premier - looking at a double on Cardiff MU and Bala(+ the draw) which pays around Evens. Bala are not a top team so adding the draw on our side. They are away at Newtown who have only scored 10 goals at home in 11 games so are far from prolific.
  11. I'm going for a treble this week at just under 11/10. Ballymena (lost last 6 games) v LINFIELD (WON 4-1)(Top of league and best team in league) @1.20 GLENTORAN (0-0 draw) @1.22 Solid home form of 10-2-2 (+23 GD) which is excellent home form considering that they lost at home last time to 2nd in league Coleraine. Carrick shouldn't prove too much of an obsticle to getting back to winning ways. CONNAH'S QUAY (WON 4-0)@1.40 - Home form 8-3-0 (GD+14). They have won 9 of their last 10 home games with the other being a draw against T.N.S so look solid. Caernarfon have lost 5 of their last 6. --------------- Of the other games, Warrenpoint v Institute is a bottom of the table clash, both teams have only scored 20 goals in 28 games, so perhaps a low scoring game but I could not back either team to win. (2-2) Larne (Won 2-0)(won 5 of last 6) look best away to Dungannon but the skinny odds are no value at all. Bala are having a good season but T.N.S could prove too strong. (1-1) Newtown v Barry is a potential draw for me at 3.40. Newtown are inconsistent, and Barry had a great start to the season but are becoming inconsistent themselves.