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  1. Fantastic call on Broadhurst Striker. Would have give you a great run on the outright market EW. Did you consider?
  2. I see that it's approaching the anniversary of your mega tip on Esteban Toledo, Striker. I'll be interested to see you take this year.
  3. Totally agree with your take on Liverpool at present, Neil. A couple of months ago Liverpool were joy to watch and a threat to any team. In the past month they have been awful, their only win in seven games coming against Plymouth. The results are not the problem here, it's the way they are performing. Felippe Coutinho has not come back great from injury. Sturridge appears to be a player not prepared to get stuck in at crisis time. I could go on. They look disjointed on the field, lacking leadership. The slick, crisp passing game is gone at present and Jurgen Clopp's persona has gone from the jolly. bubbly joker to a man becoming increasingly agitated at the criticism level at him and the team. The teams confidence looks severely dented. Had Brendan Rodgers found himself in this position during his tenure at Anfield, the axe would have fallen by now. Regarding tonight's fixture. The very fact that Klopp is considering Sado Mane to play in this game is the act of an increasingly desperate man. The African nations cup will certainly have taken its toll and the player should be given a rest. Based on what I have witnessed in recent times Chelsea are a standout bet at 2/1 to win this game. Antonio Conte goes to Anfield with a fully fit squad and he knows that four points or better from their next two games will go a long way towards securing the league title for Chelsea. I think you would have to be an ardent Liverpool fan to accept the 8/5 on offer about the home win. For me it's Chelsea at 2/1
  4. Hope this is of some use to you Pulsar. As far as the game goes, it looks like an avoidable bet. Inter will field a weakened side, but are Sparta good enough to beat them. Iwouldn't be sure about that. GL with your bet Sparta Praha: Predicted Starting Line-up Without a win in four, it’s been inauspicious few weeks for Sparta Prague, and their 0-3 loss at Southampton in their previous Europa League outing is indicative of their lack of quality ‘at the top table’. Inter could take advantage….if they select a strong enough side to do so that is. Sparta Prague likely XI: Goalkeeper:-Tomas Koubek Defenders:-Michal Kadlec, Costa Nhamoinesu, Mario Holek Midfielders:-Vyacheslav Karavaev, Josef Ural, Lukas Vacha, Michal Sacek, Martin Frydek Forwards:-Vaclav Kadlec, Luka Juli
  5. What exactly is great about these tips? Certainly not the odds. I for one would only describe a tip as being "Great" if it had won...at a decent price of course.
  6. Outright; Boo Weekley EW Stan James 90/1 1)2)3)4)5)6. Boo Weekley has hardly set the world alight with his performances this season. Therefore his price for this tournament would seem fairly fitting. However things have began to look a little brighter for the big Floridian in recent weeks. After five missed cuts from six tournaments till mid March,Weekly has turned it around, making the last three cuts in the tournaments he has played. With a weeks rest he should be ready to go on a course that he obviously takes to. Two top six places and a third in the past four years says that Boo is likely to be in the mix. So, here's hoping there's plenty of cries of Booooooooo! from the crowd, up the stretch come Sunday.
  7. Top Debutant. Jim Herman (EW) 22/1 B 365. Place 1,2,3,4. First timers number twenty in a total field of eighty nine for this years masters. A glance at the debutant field does not throw up a bunch of world class golfers. The Augustan cherries have all qualified in their own right for the first major of the year and nerves will jangling for sure for the majority. Jim Herman was coolness personified up the 18th on Sunday to win the Huston Open amidst a host of top players. Those taking on Augusta for the first time will post an assortment of scores. Some will take to it, others will not. It really is a bit of a lottery betting in this market, but one thing Herman has in his favour is recent form. Very recent and on a tough course for that matter. So I am siding with the guy in form to head the new boys. If I have to choose a danger to the selection, I believe it may well be Andy Sullivan. GL
  8. Kilmarnock are 8/1 to beat Rangers. What is the coup here? That price would be fitting of Stranraer or Montrose or the likes. This is a premiership side, a league that is supposed to be quite a difference in class. So why are they such a big price. Have they conceded before kick off to concentrate on their relegation plight? Anyone got a view on this?
  9. Stroll in the park...... Well called Jackie.....glad someone noticed.
  10. SV Hamburg-Bayern Munich. Over 2.5 Hamburg yellow cards @15/8 PP This is likely to be a win to Bayern. If Hamburg are going to get anything from this game they will have to put it in and thus put it about. The Hamburg head coach says that his team will be aggressive. The Bavarians are a team that demands possession of the ball and Hamburg are likely to get frustrated at some point. I cannot envisage Hamburg seeing this game through without a card and the price seems modestly generous for three.
  11. Anyone got any views on todays Osmanlispor-Besiktas game?
  12. Hi Striker, nice to see someone highlight the LPGA. As a betting medium I think it is very attractive and arguably easier (sometimes) to unravel than some of the mens tournaments. As for Stacy Lewis, a real class player and certainly capable of holding her own in any field. A very dangerous player when she gets on a roll. GL
  13. What would be your reasoning for that Owen?