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  1. 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.
  2. Not surprised by the line up but have to feel sorry for Foden and Grealish. Is there a spread on the number of completed passes by England players in their own half? Hope I'm wrong but I think this game will be a big comedown on what we have witnessed over the last couple of days.
  3. A brave shout and very well playedπŸ† .
  4. 😁😁😁😁😁 With Rangi Chase having aleady quit West Wales Raiders (what a surprise!) I'm looking at the handicap when they entertain (sic) Hunslet tomorrow at 3 pm. The visitors might be able to cover a 48 points handicap but I'm not sure I can trust them sufficiently to put any cash down. Chase has reportedly gone to Rochdale Hornets who host North Wales Crusaders on Sunday. Hoping for a decent play on Rochdale when handicaps emerge, since I'm sure Rangi will be outstanding for them for a couple of games at least until something "goes wrong" for him.
  5. Yes, I feel fixed odds the way to go this time with a small extra bet on the red card possibility. Also fancy a penalty to be awarded. Have taken 5/2, although no doubt better elsewhere where I can't bet. A Uruguay penalty at 11/4 was the best I could take, so i felt the lower 5/2 worth taking just in case Bolivia are awarded one. Senor Herrera has awarded pens in both his recent WC qualifiers.
  6. In the light of Stevie's excellent write up, I'm looking for a bit of value for a Bolivian player to be booked. Step forward Adrian Jusino who has kept himself out of trouble in Bolivia's last 3 games, but as centre-back in a vital game against Suarez & Co, he may revert to type. He was the first player booked in Bolivia's World Cup qualifiers back in November against Paraguay and Ecuador. Significantly (perhaps) the ref who booked him in the Paraguay game was today's official, Alexis Herrera. I've backed Jusino to be carded at 2/1 (better available at 9/4 elsewhere), to receive 1st c
  7. I've only included these in multis but in the first at Longchamp (4.14) for unraced fillies, Jean-Claude Rouget's Silver Lining, out of the excellent first season sire, Caravaggio, should cope with underfoot (very soft) conditions. In the colts' equivalent next race (4.49) Edouard Monfort's colt, Forchester, is out of another first season sire, Ribchester, who excelled on soft and heavy.
  8. Might be worth a dabble on a reverse forecast. Crisford has Soumillon on the other one so must mean business with both. They could both improve for the step up in trip.
  9. At the start of this month Czech amateur, Sara Kouskova, won the Czech Challenge on the LET Access Series Tour by 8 shots at 14 under par over a 3-round tournament. Tomorrow sees the main tour resume with the Czech Ladies Open. It's the usual rather ordinary field with no big guns participating. Kouskova should be full of confidence and may be worth an each way play at 40/1 (skybet). Also on my radar are Pia Babnik, Christine Wolf, Sandra Gal and Anne-Lise Caudal. At the prices available have had a small each way on Anne-Lise Caudal at 150/1 (Bet 365).
  10. Have to agree about bookings with the desperate and fired up Scots urged on by a home crowd, the sometimes cynical Croats and an Argentinian referee. Fernandes Rapallini has little international experience with only 6 matches over the last couple of years and 50% of those being Under 20's matches. In this calendar year he had make ups of 120, 150 and 130 in January and February. In case things do get tasty I've decided to go with the spreads with a simple buy of bookings at 44 (Spreadex). Senor Rapallini never seems to show less than 3 yellows per game so I think it's worth chancing that
  11. Leigh hammered but at least score 22 points for a 5 points profitπŸ™‚ . [No try for Hellewell].
  12. Leigh are starting to show plenty of spirit and maybe their first win is not that far away. I don't really expect it will come this afternoon against Hull FC but maybe they can continue their recent trend of notching up a few points with nothing to lose. Leigh scored 30 points last time out against leaders Catalan Dragons and previously 20 against Wakefield. Conditions should be good for an open, high-scoring game (albeit against the trend of this round of fixtures which has been a godsend for sellers of multi-points). I've had a buy of Leigh points at 17 (Sporting Index) and all that Bet
  13. I thought Kane looked lethargic during the first game. He is either not fully fit or his mind is fixated on his multi-million pound move from Spurs. Sterling was decent against Croatia with an instinctive finish before typically fluffing an easier chance when he had time to think. Agree totally with Alley Cat that Sterling should have been substituted early last night along with Kane. Could not believe Southgate took Foden off instead of Phillips. In some defence of Kane and Sterling they had little service from an unadventurous midfield. Why was Kalvin Phillips not making any forward run
  14. Jerome Reynier takes Rumbles Of Thunder from his Marseille base up to Dusseldorf for the German Oaks trial (3.00). She won her sole start 15 days ago on heavy ground at Compiegne by 2.5 lengths. That was a far more valuable race than any of her German-based rivals have contested, although some have the advantage of track and race experience. Her sire is Night Of Thunder who acts well on good and good to firm ground. It is set to be good ground or a touch firmer by race time, and I wonder if Rumbles Of Thunder will show much progress this afternoon with the initial experience under her bel
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