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  1. Good that Super League is back this evening. Leigh have a daunting start on paper taking on Wigan at neutral Headingley. Wigan seriously depleted in the backs without French, Hastings, Marshall, Gildart , Manfredi etc. However Wigan look very powerful in the pack and could well strangle Leigh up front. At the prices I feel there is a bit of value in Wigan prop Brad Singleton to score a try (7/1 Spreadex). The obvious candidate to score is John Bateman returning from the NRL. However, prices too skinny for my liking (although have had the 50 pence allowed me by Betfair Sportsbook on
  2. Saw a couple of blatant bookable San Marino challenges in the 2nd half totally ignored by the ref - then he goes and books Mings as the last action of the game for a virtual non-challenge. Hey-ho🚽.
  3. How about San Marino bookings? Their last 8 competitive games have seen them collect 35, 50, 50, 20, 40, 30, 20 and 20 bookings points. Today's referee is Russian Kirill Levnikov. Frequently referees differ between their domestic and international duties (e.g. card-happy Spanish refs seem to ease up considerably on the international stage). However, Comrade Levnikov has dished out 30 yellows and 6 reds in his last 4 international games - admittedly 2 and U19 level and 1 at U21 level. My perception is that San Marino can be almost as agricultural as Andorra - especially late in games when
  4. Yes, small profit. Should have gone for the other game in Sydney as Bulldogs failed to score, which would have yielded a zero make up (could have sold X-points at 307).
  5. Terrible weather forecast for Sydney on Saturday where 2 games are set to take place. First is Bulldogs v Panthers at Bankwest Stadium (3pm kick off - Aussie time), and the second is Sea Eagles v Rabbitohs at Lottoland (5.30 pm kick off). Based on the reports of performances so far and previews from Down Under I prefer to bet on the 2nd game which should witness a heavy pitch and heavy rain throughout the entire game. Sea Eagles were very poor last week, and Rabbitohs are widely tipped. However, both tams made a losing start but Rabbitohs improved markedly in the second half after an open
  6. Brisbane Broncos v Parramatta Eels. Reading through various previews Broncos have changed their coach but not much else after their torrid time last year. It is generally felt that Eels could be a top 4 side again, although they ended last season poorly. Plenty of thundery showers forecast for Brisbane early in the day but set to be a clear dry evening (8.05 pm KO Aussie time). Tempting to go with Eels -6.5 on the handicap but have had a crack at a buy of Eels' multi-points at 156 with Spreadex.
  7. Good luck👍 . I'll stick with Sophia Popov again for outright at 70/1 and, more realistically, top 10 finish at 5/1. Also backed Angel Yin each way at 110/1. She is very inconsistent and will probably have at least one poor round to offset the birdie machine she can be. Finished 7th last week so in form.
  8. Popov finished tied 8th, unfortunately dropping a shot at the last hole. Tiny return and alright for anyone backing her for a top 10 finish.
  9. Last season Sophia Popov improved her profile considerably with 3 wins on the Cactus Tour in Arizona at a time when there was no other ladies' golf taking place due to the pandemic. She showed her improvement was far from a fluke by winning the Womens Open at Troon. Popov opened this season with a creditable top 10 at Diamond Resorts in Florida and could figure prominently again at this week's event in Orlando, Florida. Sophia Popov is 90/1 generally and can also be backed on Spreadex' leaderboard Index where she is 5 to buy (top 8 players to count).
  10. Easy peasy . Very heavy rain forecast for Worcester area tomorrow to coincide with Worcester v Wasps game. Neither side going great guns although no relegation should relax the home side more than usual. Nevertheless could be a scrappy, tight game worthy of selling match multis at 488 (SPIN).
  11. Brighton v Aston Villa A home side that doesn't score many v an away side that doesn't concede many yet always scores an away goal. Brighton's last 2 home games saw them gain 9 corners against Spurs and 10 corners against Fulham. In their last match at Burnley Brighton notched 7 corners. Have had a crack at over 6.5 Brighton corners at 19/10 (Unibet).
  12. You can get St Albans (-1 handicap) at 10/11 (skybet) or -2.5 with Sporting Index fixed odds at 21/10. I've seen worse bets considering Billericay are set to play their 5 non-contracted squad players plus lads from the U23 team. Hopefully St Albans will be sufficiently motivated in the light of the ongoing uncertainty about whether the season will be cancelled, as 3 points today will put them up to 2nd spot with 4 games in hand on Dartford. If St Albans do go for the jugular, there is also a range of spread bets with both Sporting Index and Spreadex. I couldn't resist a buy of St Albans
  13. They have been without Vestergaard since before Christmas. Value is subjective - 18/1 does it for me😉 . I'll also be looking out for team news to see who is right back for Southampton (perhaps a card awaits).
  14. It was in the 7-goal reverse fixture v Southampton virtually 3 months ago that Tyrone Mings last scored. He has only 2 goals all season but does get forward for most set pieces and is overdue another one. Sporting Index have Mings at 18/1 to score this evening. Worth a play in my book at that price.
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