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  1. Have to agree about the referee. However, for a bit of interest I've backed Bolton's skipper and centre back, Ricardo Santos, to be carded at 4/1. He is always on the pitch for the full 90 minutes nowadays and has received 7 yellows in his last 15 games. Santos was also booked in the first tie at Bolton. I'll be watching with interest ex-Kidderminster favourites Ryan Croasdale and Ben Whitfield who are 10/1 and 5/1 respectively to score. Both very capable of finding the net, and Whitfield is on a mini-run at the moment.
  2. I was equally surprised about the Boston price. They are actually 8/13 with skybet and 13/8 (-1 handicap) with the same firm.
  3. Bachelors Hall, what a brilliant dissection and analysis of Sedgefield race. Knight Salute was beautifully ridden, and it could be seen at the start of the back straight that he was going to play a major part in the finish and then on the downward run in the home straight he looked all over the winner barring a last flight mishap. Lovely drift out to 18/1. Very many thanks once againπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€ .
  4. Superb analysis, Bachelors HallπŸ™Œ. Amazing drift on Impulsive One - won like a 1/3 shotπŸ˜€.
  5. Taking advantage of the 4 places available with the likes of Betfred and Unibet, a couple of each way L 15's on these at Longchamp. Have taken SP on all as the current prices available should in my view be higher: 3.27 Tour Odeon 4.32 Piriac 5.20 Whizz Kid 6.46 Kissing Light/ Speed Of Motivator
  6. Despite a number of second string players for both Denmark and Scotland I think there's enough on the game (plus the desire to impress and retain places) to warrant a bet on over 39 bookings points at 11/8 (Uni and skybet). Romanian ref Ovidiu Hategan has had 40 points or more in 9 of his last 12 Internationals, including 4 reds in last 3.
  7. Back down to the grade in which he won 2 starts ago at Compiegne on heavy ground, Ayguemorte may be worth an each way play on the reportedly soft ground in 2.17 Evreux. He is generally available at 12/1 with a couple of firms offering 4 places.
  8. Have had a look at the races where you can get 4 places with a couple of bookies on this side of the Channel. So a modest each way L15 on these. Decided to leave them all at industry SP: 13.07 Argentan Belladone Spirit 13.42 Argentan Zoe La Gribouille 14.17 Argentan Rise Hit 14.52 Moulins The Tickler
  9. In Deauville's 4.00 tomorrow (Group 2 over 2500 m) Glycon looks overpriced at 100/30 with Paddys and Sportsbook in this 5-runner field. Has recently won nicely over this course and distance (Gp 3) and is only 6/4 with Bet 365.
  10. At only 2 to buy has to be worth a dabble on Conor Hourihane free kick minutes (SPIN).
  11. It will be a bit of a culture shock even for Villa's second string to be venturing out at Holker Street, Barrow this evening. In games such as these it's always worth looking at the goalscorer prices for centre backs who get up for set pieces and notch the odd goal. I'm sure Mings and Konsa will be rested and expect Kortney Hause and Axel Tuanzebe to form Villa's centre back pairing. Hause is available at 9/1 to score and Tuanzebe at 12/1. Both worth a few quid in my book.
  12. If you can get on with Bet 365 their Alternative Asian handicap market has Needham Market -1.5 at 2.675 and -2 at 4.1. Was half-expecting Darren to put up Gloucester given York's depleted defence which was certainly quite evident in their surprise home defeat to Kidderminster last weekend. I thought 2/1 was pretty generous for the Tigers. I've actually backed Gloucester to score over 2.5 goals at 11/2 (skybet) and have sold the time of their 2nd goal at 77.5 (Sporting Index).
  13. Will England keep another clean sheet? I can see them getting ahead and then inevitably sitting back and letting Denmark have plenty of possession. Jan Vestergaard scored 3 times in 8 appearances for Southampton before last Christmas. He should get forward for any set pieces if Denmark have to chase the game. Worth a bit of interest for me at 22/1 generally available.
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