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  1. Re: UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifiers > Sunday March 29th What about Romania vs Faroe Islands? Romania -2 is around evens. I expected the -3 would be at that price. Faroes are poor and I would have thought Romania would comfortably beat them.
  2. The Southern Hemisphere is coming! Australia visit twickenham to face the bar bar 's in what should be a very good game. There will me many Aussies trying to use this game to impress the new coach. The return of cooper at 10 should be a massive boost, this guy real has talent. Also if the machine Israel Folau gets his hands on the ball anywhere close to the line we should see a few Aussie tries. Their defence is usually good however I expect them to concede some points so I think they will have to score at least 30 points to win the handicap but they are more than capable of doing so. The barbarians should play a flowing game which I think will suit the Australians and could be there downfall. The black and whites don't have the strongest team out and will have to work hard to stay close. Barbarians: 15 Tim Nanai-Williams, 14 Frank Halai, 13 Juan de Jongh, 12 Francis Saili, 11 Nick Cummins, 10 Colin Slade, 9 Tomás Cubelli, 8 Steven Luatua, 7 Matt Todd, 6 Adam Thomson, 5 Al Kellock, 4 Dominic Bird, 3 Angus Ta'avao, 2 James Parsons, 1 Matt Stevens. Replacements: 16 Mahonri Schwalger, 17 Thomas du Toit, 18 Lourens Adriaanse, 19 Heinrich Brussow, 20 Matías Alemanno, 21 Sarel Pretorius, 22 Joaquín Tuculet, 23 Marnitz Boshoff. Australia: 15 Israel Folau, 14 Henry Speight, 13 Tevita Kuridrani, 12 Matt Toomua, 11 Rob Horne, 10 Quade Cooper, 9 Will Genia, 8 Ben McCalman, 7 Matt Hodgson ©, 6 Scott Higginbotham, 5 James Horwill, 4 Sam Carter, 3 Ben Alexander, 2 Saia Fainga'a, 1 Benn Robinson. Replacements (one to be omitted): 16 James Hanson, 17 James Slipper, 18 Sekope Kepu, 19 Will Skelton, 20 Sean McMahon, 21 Nic White, 22 Bernard Foley, 23 Christian Leali'ifano, 24 Joe Tomane. Australia -20 @ 1.91 ladbrokes The All Blacks visit Chicago to give the USA a spanking on their own shore tonight. However they are resting a few players, giving some new/different faces a chance. Richie McCaw, Jerome Kaino, Sam Whitelock, Malakai Fekitoa, Dane Coles, Tony Woodcock, Owen Franks, Aaron Smith, Beauden Barrett and Conrad and Ben Smith will all be watching from the stands. This can sometimes upset the usual flow and could lead to a few mistakes. Although NZ will still be putting out a side to beat anyone, the Americans are no mugs and I feel the handicap maybe a little too high. USA have some decent players and if they turn up could give the All Blacks a few problems. They will need to be close at halftime as I expect the power and fitness will take its toll towards the end. Also Dan Carter is on the bench and set to make a second half return. USA: 15 Chris Wyles, 14 Blaine Scully, 13 Seamus Kelly, 12 Andrew Suniula, 11 Brett Thompson, 10 Adam Siddall, 9 Mike Petri, 8 Danny Barrett, 7 Scott Lavalla, 6 Todd Clever ©, 5 Hayden Smith, 4 Samu Manoa, 3 Olive Kilifi, 2 Phil Thiel, 1 Eric Fry. Replacements: 16 Tom Coolican, 17 Nick Wallace, 18 Mate Moeakiola, 19 Tai Tuisamoa, 20 Louis Stanfill, 21 Benjamin Tarr, 22 Folau Niua, 23 Troy Hall. New Zealand: 15 Israel Dagg, 14 Cory Jane, 13 Ryan Crotty, 12 Sonny Bill Williams, 11 Charles Piutau, 10 Aaron Cruden, 9 TJ Perenara, 8 Kieran Read ©, 7 Sam Cane, 6 Victor Vito, 5 Patrick Tuipulotu, 4 Jeremy Thrush, 3 Charlie Faumuina, 2 Nathan Harris, 1 Joe Moody. Replacements: 16 Keven Mealamu, 17 Wyatt Crockett, 18 Ben Franks, 19 Brodie Retallick, 20 Liam Messam, 21 Augustine Pulu, 22 Daniel Carter, 23 Julian Savea. USA +54 @ 1.91 Ladbrokes Also a little flutter on the double also with Ladbrokes. then another larger stake double on Aus -14 @ 1.5 and USA +60 @ 1.5 Ladbrokes
  3. Re: Newcastle United v Chelsea > Saturday November 2nd It's never easy at St James' for us. Has been a bit of a boggy ground in past years. Would still except us to win and hopefully it will be quite comfortable but wouldn't be surprised for them to sit back and keep it tight. Maybe a 1-0 or 2-1 Chelsea. I will wait for confirmed team news but Chelsea win is the bet for me
  4. Re: See how long this lasts! Bet 1 is a winner ...... just! Returns £21.20 Bet 2 leeds vs spurs - spurs +1 @ 1.10 £21.20
  5. Re: Glory Hunters Consecutive Bets League Im gonna give it a go http://forum.punterslounge.com/threads/137257-See-how-long-this-lasts!?p=2269747#post2269747
  6. Right gonna give this a go and see if I can get myself on the leaderboard! Bet 1 Brentford vs Chelsea - Chelsea or draw 1.06 £20
  7. Re: PL Golf Competition Week 1 Will give this another go Sony Open 16/1 K.J Choi 60/1 Chad Campbell 66/1 Justin Leonard
  8. Tonight see's a top of the table clash in Pool 2 on Sky, with Jonny and Carl Heymans returning to Newcastle. Jamie Helleur, Luke Eves, Joe Graham, Mark Wilson and Richard Mayhew come into the Falcons team following the 26-25 victory over Gloucester last time out. And having recorded wins over Lyon and Petrarca in the competition so far, Newcastle are determined to take a giant step towards the qualification against the big-spending French outfit. However old boys Wilkinson and Hayman stand in their way after they were included in a star-studded Toulon squad - which is also unbeaten in this season's competition. World Cup-winner Wilkinson will start the match on the bench, but Hayman will lead a pack that includes fellow former Premiership stars Joe El Abd, Dean Schofield and Eifion Lewis-Roberts. France centre and Australian full-back Luke Rooney have also been named in starting XV for the clash. Newcastle: 15 Greg Goosen, 14 Luke Eves, 13 Jamie Helleur, 12 James Fitzpatrick, 11 Ryan Shortland, 10 Jimmy Gopperth, 9 Jordi Pasqualin, 8 Richard Mayhew 7 Will Welch, 6 Mark Wilson, 5 Andrew van der Heijden, 4 James Hudson, 3 Euan Murray, 2 Joe Graham, 1 Grant Shiells. Replacements: 16 Ashley Wells, 17 Darren Fearn, 18 Dan Frazier, 19 Taiasina Tu'ifua, 20 Ally Hogg, 21 Will Chudley, 22 Chris Pilgrim, 23 Tom Catterick Toulon: 15 Luke Rooney, 14 Jeremy Sinzelle, 13 Mathieu Bastareaud, 12 Geoffroy Messina, 11 Benjamin Lapeyre, 10 Julien Dumora, 9 Laurent Magnaval, 8 Seva Rokobaro, 7 Joe El Abd, 6 Pierrick Gunther, 5 Dean Schofield, 4 Konstantine Mikautadze, 3 Carl Hayman, 2 Jean-Charles Orioli, 1 Eifion Lewis-Roberts. Replacements: 16 Mickael Ivaldi, 17 Xavier Chiocci, 18 Levan Chilachava, 19 Alafoti Faosiliva, 20 Baptiste Bonnet, 21 Jonny Wilkinson, 22 Alexis Palisson, 23 Christophe Samson Fancy Toulon to take it in a tight game. From what I here they looked poor second half in their last game but they look to be taking the game seriously making quite a few changes. You can get them to win @ 1.9 with betfred. Any other opinions?
  9. Re: Rugby Union: 2011/12 Aviva Premiership Great start to the season yesterday, lets hope we have another good game today. All the write up is pinched from ESPN scrum Northampton v Gloucester Northampton and Gloucester will both be out to kick start their Premiership campaigns in a crucial early season clash at Franklin's gardens on Sunday. The Saints were edged out on two fronts last season with their quest for Heineken Cup glory ended in heart-breaking fashion by Leinster while Leicester sent them packing in the final four of the Premiership. The Cherry and Whites tasted glory in the Anglo-Welsh Cup last season but that will have done little to ease the disappointment of their Premiership semi-final defeat to Saracens. As a result both sides have something to prove heading into the new season but they find themselves in very different places on the eve of the campaign. The Saints have bolstered their ranks with the signings of proven Premiership quality in the guise of Noah Cato, Ryan Lamb, Tom May and Paul Doran-Jones. But they must struggle through the first few weeks of the season without many familiar key personnel with front-row tyros Dylan Hartley and Soane Tonga'uiha however among those on World Cup duty in New Zealand. Gloucester have lost a host of stellar names in more dramatic fashion with Doran-Jones, Dave Attwood and Nicky Robinson all heading for pastures new. In the past they have recruited international players in like-for-like deals but this time have opted for youngsters in a bid to cut the wage bill. However, they remain a talent-heavy squad and will hope to benefit from what was a gruelling campaign last time out. Northampton Saints - Player to Watch: With Soane Tonga'uiha on Rugby World Cup duty, Paul Doran Jones is tasked with filling his sizeable boots. Is the England international up to the task? Northampton Saints- Team News: Five of the Saints' new signings make their full club debut with Tom May, Noah Cato, Martin Roberts, Paul Doran Jones and Samu Manoa all set to start the match, with three more possible debutants, Mike Haywood, James Craig and Ryan Lamb, named on the replacements bench. Gloucester- Player to Watch: Winger Charlie Sharples was considered unlucky by many to miss out on England's World Cup squad but a series of eye-catching displays and an injury or two could see him yet grace the tournament in New Zealand. Gloucester- Team News: Peter Buxton will captain the Cherry and White with Jonny May lining up in the midfield alongside Lesley Vainikolo who gets an outing at inside centre. The back three is a familiar one in the shape of Olly Morgan, Sharples and James Simpson-Daniel while Tim Taylor gets the nod to start at fly-half outside Dave Lewis. Summer signing Dario Chistolini will make his first Premiership start at tight-head, packing down in a front row which also features Nick Wood and Darren Dawidiuk while there is plenty of experience in the back five. Of note amongst the replacements is hooker Nathan Charles who arrived in the country this week having signed a short term deal from the Western Force. Key Battle: Gloucester's back division is packed with talent and pace but will they see enough of the ball to wreak havoc? That depends on the Cherry and Whites' pack to stand toe-to-toe with a Saints forward unit that usually packs a punch but has a new-look for the new season. All above pretty much tells the story. Northampton added some good players to their already quality squad. Gloucester with 9 first teamers out will hurt them bad and have realied on youngsters in the squad. This may work with the youngsters stepping up their game and taking the chance but I think that Northampton will out power them. If the Saints pack get in control I can see them walking all over Gloucester. 2 handicap bets for me Northampton -5 1.91 (Stan James) Northampton -11 2.75 (Stan James)
  10. Re: Fantasy Premier League 2011/12 - PuntersLounge Free League Site is back up and running :ok
  11. Re: EPL Strikers Head to Head - Fun Competition Rooney (MU) Van Persie (ARS) Aguero (MC) Bent (VIL) Zamora (FUL) Carroll (LIV) Bothroyd (QPR) Odemwingie (WBA) Defoe (SPU) Rodallega (WIG) Rooney 22
  12. Game is live on BBC today so thought I would have a little flutter. All info off of BBC website Hull's bid to avenge last week's Super League 'nilling' by Leeds has been hit by the loss of Craig Fitzgibbon. The Black and Whites skipper has been ruled out with a calf tear, which is likely to pave the way for a recall for ex-Leeds forward Ewan Dowes. Leeds, who last won the trophy in 1999, have triumphed in both the Super League meetings between the clubs this term. They followed up a 32-18 win at the KC Stadium in February with last Friday night's 20-0 victory at Headingley. And the Rhinos, the 2010 Wembley runners-up, were victorious when the two sides met in last year's fourth round, winning 48-24 at the KC Stadium, again just a week after they had beaten Hull in the league Sunday's BBC-televised game is a repeat of three previous Challenge Cup finals. The first two were won by Leeds either side of the First World War, but the most recent one was the 2005 classic at the Millennium Stadium won by Hull when Danny Brough kept his nerve to convert Paul Cooke's try under the posts. From Sunday's likely Hull line-up, only Dowes, Richard Whiting, Richard Horne and Kirk Yeaman remain from six years ago. But Horne, Yeaman, Lee Radford, Danny Tickle, Willie Manu and Tom Briscoe, who went off with an ankle ligament injury 15 minutes after coming on, were all part of the Hull side who made it to Wembley for the 2008 final - the Black and Whites' 28-16 defeat by St Helens. The only player on the pitch on Sunday with experience of lifting the cup is Leeds skipper Jamie Peacock, who won it twice with Bradford. But Peacock also knows what it is like to lose and was a mere frustrated spectator when Leeds suffered their 30-6 Wembley hammering by Warrington last August, having suffered a serious knee injury two weeks before the final. As said above Leeds done Hull to nill last week, that with the loss of Fitzgibbon points to a win for Leeds for me. Dont think i will be as easy but still expect them to beat the -2 handicap with paddy power.
  13. Re: Rugby League handicap betting payout question! Online if you had that bet it would be a loser. Usualy you have a + score, a - score and then the draw. Some bookies offer 2 way handicaps but then you get 12.5 not 12 as the handicap. So as said, if your in england i think it might be a loser. Luckily I got my bet with sportingodds last night as they were offering -10 :) If you bet handicap a bit its worth having a few online accounts as there is often a big points difference between them, sometimes up to 4 or 5 points if you get on early
  14. Re: Rugby League: Super League Rd 8 & Co-Op Champs Have to agree I'm on Wigan too. Nothing more to add after the write ups you guys have done. If things click they could easily put 20 points on leeds
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