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  1. I have 5 single bets for tomorrow and a banker home treble in the National League South. Dagenham & Redbridge v Bromley (National League) What a start from Dagenham last week as they really impressively beat Stockport 3-1 last Saturday coming from a goal down. Obviously with them being one of the ante-post tips it was pleasing to see them do so well. They face a Bromley side who didn't get to play last week after Grimsby got Covid. As I mentioned with one of my tips last week I really do think that a team having already played a competitive game is a big advantage and that tips Dagenham into value territory for me. Bromley look to have a decent side again although I do think Dagenham will obviously finish above them come May. Hopefully we also see some home wins this week after last week in the National League every game was an away win apart from one which was a draw! Woking v Halifax (National League) Happy to back Woking again this week to make it 2/2. To be fair to Wealdstone they played pretty well and could have got a point, but it was a good start for Woking and proves they will be a much different proposition this season. Happy to oppose Halifax again as well as they looked lacking in defence against Maidenhead who came from a goal down to win 2-1. I think the home side should be shorter. Concord v Hampton & Richmond (National League South) Concord caused a huge shock on the opening day of the season when they beat Dorking 1-0 and they did well last week as well to get a 3-3 draw against Oxford City. Despite that though I still think Hampton are a good bet here. I put them up on the opening day when they bolted up against Eastbourne and then last week they just went down 2-1 to Havant. Interestingly last season they were very strong away from home and struggled for wins at home and given how good they were away on the opening day you just wonder if it could happen again this season. I think they have the much better side as well so I would have them shorter in the betting myself. Ebbsfleet v Hemel Hempstead (National League South) Hemel have let in 7 goals in their opening 2 games and as I mentioned last week they are suffering big time from injuries at the moment. Ebbsfleet didn't play last week, but on the opening day they beat Tonbridge 5-1 in a very impressive performance. I think they will fancy their chances of scoring more goals here and it isn't a big surprise the early 4/5 was taking and they are much shorter now. I still think they look attractively priced on the handicap though so will take them on the -1. Treble (all National League South) Ebbsfleet are obviously going to be the first leg of the treble. Their Kent rivals Maidstone are leg 2. They host Billericay who look set for a tough season based on their first two games and they lost 7-2 to Eastbourne last week. Maidstone have won both games and they really ought to make it 3/3. Another Kent side Welling have got off to a miserable start as well and like Billericay could be set for a relegation battle based on their opening two games. St Albans have lost both their games but then they have played Dartford and Dorking! This is clearly much easier and they should get their first points on the board. Bromsgrove v AFC Rushden & Diamonds (Southern Premier Central) I know Bromsgrove won last Saturday, but I am happy to take them on again as the bookies still seem to think they will do well based on the fact they are still pretty short for the title. Rushden are a solid side and I would make them favs for this game. Dagenham & Redbridge 1pt @ 5/4 with Bet365, BetVictor, Betfred, Skybet and Hills (take up to Evs) Woking 2pts @ 7/5 with Bet365 and Hills (take up to Evs) Hampton & Richmond 2pts @ 29/20 with BetVictor (take up to Evs) Ebbsfleet -1 2pts @ 6/4 with Betfair, Paddys and Betfred (take up to 11/10) Ebbsfleet/Maidstone/St Albans 2pts treble @ 2.24/1 with Betfair and Paddys (you can get 2.4/1 with Betway if you can get on and take up to 7/4) AFC Rushden & Diamonds 1pt @ 7/4 with Betfred and Bet365
  2. More Buck's and Go On Chez both run at Cartmel tomorrow in the 4.35 and 5.15. Clearly More Buck's isn't going to be the sort of price he was last time, but this does look the perfect chance for him to get his head in front. He was superb at Market Rasen when enjoying himself out in front compared to Stratford when he couldn't make the running. The only concern I have about the race is if Full Spes decides to go off at a fast pace as he has done the last twice. Hopefully connections will change his running style though because he has been beaten easily both times and he steps up in trip so if he goes off that quick he has no chance. Ardera Cross can front run, but he's also stepping up in trip so I can't see him wanting to go off that fast. As long as Full Spes doesn't go blasting off in front though I don't think they will see which way More Buck's goes. More Buck's @ 6/4 with Bet365 and William Hill Go On Chez only has Breaking The Ice to beat in my view. Go On Chez has been put up 11lbs after his Uttoxeter win, but I think that is deserved as he did it really well and the front two were well clear of the rest. He has had a win op since then as well. Breaking The Ice is a course and distance winner and he's on a hat-trick after winning at Perth after that. I wouldn't put you off having a small saver on him, but I certainly think there is more to come from Go On Chez. Go On Chez @ 4/1 with Bet365
  3. We reach the end of the Victorian jumping season tomorrow at Ballarat with an all jumps card which ends with the Grand National Steeplechase. Race 1 (4am) I think this is likely to go to one of the hurdling newcomers as although some of those with hurdling experience have placed form most of them are fairly exposed now and we have some useful flat horses making their hurdles debut here. The one excpetion would be So Able who I thought ran well enough last time in a decent enough race and I wouldn't rule him out here. I don't really understand why Tolemac is much bigger than Upswing in the betting given Tolemac looked a lot better when they trialled last time in the same race. Tolemac jumped well and won and Upswing looked very novicey and was only 4th. Both have been running well at a fair level on the fat although Tolemac has been in the higher quality races. Raise You Ten is the favourite and he impressed in his trial when beating Norway albeit both weren't over extended. He's been running well on the flat and was 2nd at Sandown when Upswing was 3rd last month. I couldn't put anyone off backing him, but Tolemac looks the value to me. Tolemac 1pt @ 6/1 with Betfred Race 2 (4.40am) You wouldn't think at the end of the season you would get two decent looking maidens but the two here look some of the better ones we have seen this season. Heberite and Sir Aglovale are respected on debut given their connections. Zedstar deserves to win, but he put in his worst performance of the season last time finishing a 20L 3rd after finishing 2nd on his first 4 hurdles starts. He was 9L behind Onset and that one bounced back after not running so well the previous week. He has e/w claims. The selection though is Mount Stewart who won a Newcastle bumper last November. That form has worked out pretty well as well with the 2nd winning 4 times over hurdles and is now rated 139 after finishing 3rd in the Scottish Champion Hurdle last time. He's done well in Australia winning two hurdle trials before beating Cracksman (the Australian version) in a BM78 earlier in the month. Although jumps horses have gone from here to Oz I have yet to come across one who is so unexposed and he could be an exciting horse under both codes. Mount Stewart 2pts @ 11/10 with Bet365 Race 3 (5.20am) I like Roland Garros here. He disappointed at Sale on hurdles debut, but was a different horse last time as he bolted up beating Onset by 11L. Front running tactics worked a treat and no doubt he will be going on with it again here. His winning time was 9 seconds quicker than Cernan's who won the same card albeit his final 600m was just over 4 seconds quicker. For me though plenty of that was Roland Garros not being extended to win his race and Cernan had to finish fast to win. Light Pillar was a big disappointment last time after bolting up at Pakenham in a maiden and if he bounces back he could be the main danger. Roland Garros 2pts @ 11/8 with Betfred Race 4 (6am) The big hurdles race on the card and my feeling is if Saunter Boy or Norway don't win then it is wide open, but I do think Norway can bounce back after disappointing in the Grand National Hurdle last time. I just don't think he stayed that day and dropping back to 3250m looks ideal for him. He was very impressive on his first two hurdles starts and that trial I mentioned above with Raise You Ten suggests he is still in good form. Saunter Boy failed to finish in the Grand National Hurdle, but it was clearly a forgive effort as he's better than that so he should run better. He was 2nd in this last year, but Pateman has chosen Norway and so am I. Tamarack has done it well to be 2/2 over hurdles and he would be the most likely winner if the stablemates do disappoint again. Norway 2pts @ 5/2 with Bet365 Race 5 (6.45am) I thought The Dominator would get away with the 3600m in a Heavy 10 on his last jumps start, but he didn't quite see it out as well as Historic that day. Here he drops back down in trip 200m and the ground will be better so although he has a big weight to carry I am going to side with him to win this. He was poor in this contest last year, but he's a better horse this time around having won the Thackeray and then finishing 2nd to Social Element at Pakenham. He's run well on the flat last week to keep him ticking over and he could be hard to catch out in front. Mawanny Machine has done well over hurdles this season and makes his chasing debut here. He put in a couple of poor jumps in his trial and although he could be good enough to win he looks much shorter in the betting than he should be. Zedman is the only other danger for me. He was 4th behind The Dominator two starts back, but he very nearly won on the 7 day back up in a decent race and if he is in that sort of form he could also be a possible winner. The Dominator 1pt @ 3/1 with Betfred Zedman 0.5pts @ 4/1 with Betfred Race 6 (7.25am) Social Element had been so impressive since going over fences winning 4/4 and he looked so good when landing the Crisp Chase at Sandown last time. This extra trip should hold no fears for him and he has looked the best horse over fences in Australia this year. I don't really see anything good enough to stop him making it 5/5. Flying Agent was 3rd in the Crisp and that was a better run, but its hard to see him reversing the form. Riding High was just behind in 4th that day and did win last time although again I can't see him reversing the form. Inayforhay makes his chasing debut after finishing 2nd in his 2 hurdle starts this season including the Grand National Hurdle at Sandown behind the best hurdler in Australia Wil John. If he takes to it he could be the main danger. San Remo looks like he needs this trip as does Mapping so either one of them could finish in the 3rd or 4th spots, but they are both running from a long way out of the handicap. Social Element 4pts @ 11/10 with Betfred
  4. You get the online version of the newspaper which I like to read as well. You get the access to the race replays which is handy. They do have a full list on their site of what is included.
  5. That's what I was talking about earlier in the thread though. The Spotlight writers get a few hours although 48 hour decs has probably allowed them more time in that regard. When I have the hunter chase meetings to go through it usually takes me 6-8 hours to do it all, but I do have the advantage that I will know a fair few of the horses which makes it quicker, but I also don't have a deadline to work to.
  6. Very odd not sure why they would do that. Usually more likely to go to 1/5 than a 1/3.
  7. I don’t think the pa so provide tips anymore as think Timeform took all their contracts but whoever did them isn’t going to get very long to look at a race on a busy days racing. I think the Timeform rating only tells you so much though and the comments on the Timeform race card which you pay for are there to help with regards to recent performances and you can see how they’ve been performing based on their ratings given in each race.
  8. People subscribe to Timeform for their ratings more than anything else I would imagine. I subscribe to the racing post because I am used to their racecards and like them. I sometimes might read what pricewise or Paul Kealy might say but I wouldn’t follow them at all. As for daily paper tipsters if you think spotlight writers struggle to find the time to write their pieces imagine how long they get to spend on putting a tip up for every race everyday. I’ve been told by one that on really busy days they get about 5 minutes per race.
  9. Totally agree with this. Some are good some shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near a tipping column, but ultimately I struggle to believe that anyone tips losers on purpose or wants to put anyone away.
  10. Because I cover the Aussie racing maybe?
  11. Basically PuntersLounge get paid in the same way Timeform and racing post get paid from bookies. Let’s face it any tipster whoever they wrote for isn’t going to have many followers of they didn’t put up winners. I live in the uk.
  12. There are numerous times when you think a horse would be suited by a step up in trip and then they do and they don’t seem to stay. That’s not misinformation that’s just someone having a view and it not working out. Horses aren’t machines and at the end of the day we are all guessing at what is going to happen in a horse race. I just think you are being very cynical and like I say think about how this website makes its money and I can assure you those of us who work for pl want you all to win.
  13. Timeform were purchased by betfair who were then taken over by paddy power but they would lose all credibility if they were told to give out duff advice. There are some incredibly smart people who work for Timeform and I believe it’s pretty tough to get a job there. The writers of the free Timeform comments and the racing post spotlights have to work to very tight deadlines. Now 48 hour decs might have helped in that regards but when it was 24 hours they wouldn’t get the decs through until 10.30 or maybe later and they would then have to write something about every horse at a meeting by mid afternoon. That’s pretty intensive if there are a lot of runners and you aren’t going to have the luxury of watching replays. Timeform would lose all credibility if they were told to put up false information. Also just think for a moment on how PuntersLounge makes its money because on your theory the tipsters here would also then be looking to put up losers.
  14. But two people can have different views on how a horse ran in a race. Look at Snowfall last week some were saying it was an amazing performance and some were saying she didn’t achieve much and not to get carried away with it. I don’t think it was a deliberate attempt to put people off at all. Timeform is a highly reputable institution that has been around for a very long time. They want people to buy their stuff they aren’t going to mislead anyone. Given how long they have to write their previews it is no surprise that most of their selections are near the head of the market or favourite.
  15. I think you are way over playing the influence they have on the betting market. Also two experts can have very differing views on a race. Jonathan Neesom is very knowledgeable when it comes to hunter chases but sometimes I completely disagree with the things he writes or says. I can remember him tipping on horse up in the racing post which I couldn’t have at all as I didn’t think it would stay and I was right although it wouldn’t have mattered if it was the other way round as I’m sure it has also been over the years. That example sticks out as it was in a big race. To suggest the Timeform writer hasn’t written an honest view is crazy talk. Consider the fact that they have to write an opinion on every horse at a meeting and that they will have only a few hours to do so. That’s tough and it’s not that well paid either. Some of those people will be better than others. There is nothing wrong with having an opinion but it end up being wrong. Horses have made fools of me over the years and will continue to do so.
  16. But people have different opinions on horses so not a massive surprise that they can have such varying opinions from time to time.
  17. My old friend Babytaggle is back out again in the 7.05 at stratford. I must admit I’m not sure he will beat the favourite who would still be well handicapped if he runs like he did at Market Rasen, but clearly he is an ew play again. Babytaggle ew at 13/2 with bet365
  18. We only have one striker and have players missing ourselves. Southport battered us in the 2nd half last week and should have won. One plus is it’s our first league game in the new ground with a crowd and 2/1 is probably on the big side but like I say we don’t have our strongest line up out either.
  19. Barnet v Notts County (National League) As we saw last week you can get some funny results on the opening day of the season and Notts County themselves were on the end of a poor loss on the opening day last season when losing to Dover. That was clearly a bit of a freak result given what the two teams ended up doing, but I have a feeling County could start their season off with a defeat again. County are clearly going to be going for promotion and I certainly think they will finish in the play-offs at the very least, but I think Barnet are way overpriced here so I am putting them up. Barnet should do much better this season than last and their squad looks pretty useful. As I mentioned in the ante-post preview I am not sure Harry Kewell is the right man for the job, but having Dean Brennan in the background is a big plus as he knows the non-league scene inside out. I think you will see Barnet be capable of beating the better sides in the league this season and I just can't make them as big as 15/4 so they are a value play for me. Halifax v Maidenhead (National League) Two sides who have very good managers, but also two sides who could be in for a season of struggle. On paper neither squad gets me that excited and I would have them both contenders to go down if it wasn't for their mangers who have done fantastically well. That does mean though that I don't think there is much between these two sides on paper, but the bookies have Halifax as clear favourites. That's not right in my view so I will take my chances on Maidenhead at a big price. Wealdstone v Woking (National League) Bookies have got this match very wrong in my view. Fairly obvious that I am going to be siding with Woking here given they are my outside bet as possible title winners. Granted that bet will probably lose, but we should be seeing a very different Woking from the team we saw coasting to the end of last season. Wealdstone were poor as well and they have lost their best player in Mendy to Boreham Wood. To me Wealdstone look destined to a relegation battle whereas Woking should be aiming for the play-offs in my view. I have Woking as clear favourites for this and hopefully they can get off to winning start. Hemel Hempstead v Braintree (National League South) The home side were a bit unlucky against Maidstone last week as they had the lead twice before going down 4-2. They are suffering big time with injuries though and have 12 players missing going into this match including half who would be in their strongest 11. That gives Braintree the edge for me and they are worth backing here. They did well against Oxford City on the opening day and might have held on for the victory if they hadn't had a man sent off with 25 minutes to go when they had a 1 goal advantage. That suggests to me they have enough about them to beat a weakened Hemel side. East Thurrock v Bognor Regis (Isthmian Premier) Not exactly ideal when your captain gets sent off after 25 minutes in the opening game of the season, but that is what happened to Bognor last week against Bishop's Stortford. To be fair they still had chances to win the game but it ended goalless. This should be a much easier task though as East Thurrock look set to be one of the worst teams in the league this season. Before the season got underway their manager spoke about how tough they would find it to stay up and that was their goal for this season. Bognor should be fighting it out at the other end of the table and should be able to pick up their first win of the season here. Needham Market v Bromsgrove (Southern Premier Central) It has been an awful start to the season so far for Bromsgrove having conceded 7 goals in two games and they look even worse than last season and even worse than I thought they might be. Needham Market did pretty well in the few games there was last season and I was pretty impressed with them when they played Gloucester in the FA Trophy. They should be capable of doing well again this season and really ought to be capable of beating a Bromsgrove side who look miles off the pace so far. Poole v Farnborough (Southern Premier South) I have to go with Farnborough again on Saturday. To go a goal down at Chesham and then run out 3-1 winners is pretty impressive and suggests to me that my ante-post tip on them could well go very close. As I said on Tuesday they should have won last Saturday and luckily for us they were able to turn shots into goals on Tuesday. Clearly this is another big test with Poole one of the title contenders, but there is no way they should be 16/5 to pick up another 3 points. Poole blew a 3-2 lead in injury time last weekend against Gosport although they did beat Tiverton on Tuesday night 2-1. The bookies are clearly still pricing the away side up as being awful, but as previously mentioned they look a pretty strong team this season and hopefully they can land the big odds once again here. Barnet 1pt @ 15/4 with Bet365 (take up to 5/2) Maidenhead 1pt @ 11/4 with Bet365 and William Hill (take up to 7/4) Woking 2pts @ 31/20 with BetVictor (take up to 11/10) Braintree 2pts @ 23/10 with Paddy Power and Betfair (take up to 7/4) Bognor 3pts @ 11/10 with Bet365, Betfred and Betfair (take up to 4/6) Needham Market 2.5pts @ 11/10 with Bet365 (take up to 4/5) Farnborough 1pt @ 16/5 with Betfair (take up to 7/4)
  20. Was pleasing to see More Buck's show a much improved performance on Saturday night and it was tough to see him headed on the run in especially by one of the dangers. He clearly needs to lead as he seemed to enjoy himself unlike Stratford where he sulked. He's clearly handicapped to win though. As for Babytaggle I just don't know how he didn't finish in the first 3. He deserves to get his head in front and I would imagine he will be back out again on Monday as he has 3 entries at Stratford. I have one in the opener at Worcester this afternoon. I don't think this is one to go overboard about, but I think there is value in having a small bet e/w on O'Faolains Lad. His pointing form suggest he could be up to running well off a mark of 89 and I suspect that the two hurdle runs were to get a handicap mark. As soon as he has got that handicap mark he has gone straight over fences which is no coincidence in my opinion. The favourite looks like he could still have improvement to come and is obviously pretty short so it might turn out O'Faolains Lad isn't up to beating him even if he does show he can win off this mark, but at 14/1 he is worth a small e/w bet in the expectation he will be capable of showing his pointing form now going handicapping over fences. O'Faolains Lad e/w @ 16/1 with Betfred 4 places 1/5 odds
  21. Stourbridge were awful on Monday night as well which even at this early stage is worrying. To be fair to Tamworth drawing against Coalville is a perfectly respectable result although Sports have obviously made a very good start to the season.
  22. Yeah I'm not surprised to hear you say that. Having said that Stourbridge have started the season terribly and even I'm a bit concerned something isn't quite working there despite all the cash spent.
  23. Back at Coleraine this Sunday with their actual meeting and 4 jumps races again to open the card. Race 1 (3.20am) I think this looks a bit of a match between hurdling newcomer Cernan and Not Usual Dream who was 2nd again last week. I'm going to side with Cernan to make a winning debut. He has looked good in his trials and he is the best of these on the flat. He's run a couple of solid races since his change of stables as well so he could be quite hard to beat. Not Usual Dream looked like he had a hard race last week and it could be tough for him to go again on the 7 day back up. Cernan 2pts @ 11/8 with Betfred Race 2 (4am) The 2nd of the maiden hurdles also looks a bit of a match between Roland Garros and Zedstar. Zedstar has finished 2nd in all 4 hurdling starts to date and I think he might end up doing so again here as I think Roland Garros will win. I fancied him at Sale after he impressed me in his hurdle trials, but he made a bad mistake and went from travelling well to struggling in an instant. He's better than that and he should enjoy this heavy track as he's won on it on the flat before. He's won a trial here since that run at Sale and hopefully things go better for him back in race conditions here. Roland Garros 2pts @ 6/5 with Bet365 Race 3 (4.40am) Marinated ran out an easy winner in the end last week, but it was a weak race and his jumping left a lot to be desired. What I will say though is that he looked to benefit from the long run in here as there was no jumping to do. If you are going on times then he did clock a winning time 4 seconds quicker than Eckhart, but in this case I am going to side with Eckhart to give the weight away. I thought he was a very cosy winner last week and I don't see Karakoram reversing the form. I am going to cover Sivar as well. He was 2nd to Norway on his hurdling debut and then followed that up with a good win at Sale. That's not bad form at this level and Pateman takes the ride on him again having given him a very good ride that day. Eckhart 1pt @ 5/2 with Betfred Sivar 0.5pts @ 9/2 with Betfred Race 4 (5.20am) Big Blue is the favourite for this and if he is at his best then he really ought to be winning this. I wasn't overly impressed with his debut win over fences, but to be fair to him it did come after a long layoff. I know the Crisp Steeplechase is much stronger than this, but I was a bit disappointed with his run that day as he faded very badly in the end. This is going to be a real slugfest in the conditions and I am not sure that will suit him either so as much as he has the talent to win, he looks no value at his current price. Riding High was one place in front of him at Sandown and took the Australian Chase earlier in the season. The issue for me with him is that I don't think he wants ground this testing. A few of this ran over course and distance last Sunday and the best of them was San Remo and he is my pick for this contest. He came from a long way to finish 3rd and looked full of running as well. Part of the that is certainly down to his jockey who is basically the Jamie Spencer of the Aussie jumping scene and I certianly think he often leaves it too late to make his move, but that run confirmed he is in good form and will handle the conditions. Also he is very well weighted with Big Blue. He finished a 2L 2nd to him at Pakenham off level weights and here he gets a huge 6.5kgs. All that means he looks the definite value in the race. Police Camp has the blinkers back on after jockey said he needed them last week after he ran flat so I can see why some people would give him another chance, but he has a huge weight to lug around in this desperate ground. San Remo 2pts @ 4/1 with Betfred
  24. Eastbourne v Hampton & Richmond (National League South) The prices in the NLN/NLS are pretty stingy on the whole this week. I guess I can't blame the bookies on that front and as a punter we are also feeling our way into the season. The one price that did standout was Hampton's who travel to Eastbourne tomorrow. Hampton looked pretty good last season and they certainly looked a play-off side. I think they will be strong again this season and certainly have a better chance than the 21/10 that is on offer. Eastbourne did well last season as well and were above Hampton in the table, but they look weaker this time around in my view so I am happy to take them on for their first game of the season. Ashton v Matlock (Northern Premier) The home side looked very poor last season in the few games they played and they face a very tough opening game in Matlock. They were basically the opposite to Ashton in that they looked a very good side and they look to be coming into the season with a side capable of mounting a play-off bid. I'm surprised Matlock aren't clear favourites and 6/4 looks very appealing. Kingstonian v Haringey (Isthmian Premier) I have to back the home side here given how well I think they will go this season. As I said in the ante-post preview they look a very strong squad on paper and really ought to be capable of pushing Worthing for the title. Haringey aren't terrible, but they aren't great either and in a couple of months I reckon the home side would be odds on to win this game. Therefore the odds against is well worth taking. Nuneaton v Biggleswade (Southern Premier Central Premier) Biggleswade look likely relegation candidates this season so happy to oppose them on the opening day of the season. They travel to a Nuneaton side who weren't great last season, but they look to be a stronger position this time around and I can easily see them mounting a play-off bid. At the very least this looks a nice game for them to get off to a winning start. Double In the Northern Premier I am putting in Radcliffe to beat Grantham. Grantham have made a very odd choice of Carlton Palmer as manager and he looks like he has a pretty awful squad at his disposal. They have been pretty bad in pre-season and Radcliffe shouldn't have too many worries in getting off to a winning start. The other team in the double is Farnborough in the Southern Premier South to overcome Walton Casuals. If I have got Farnborough right then they really should be beating a poor looking Walton Casuals side. Hampton & Richmond 1pt @ 21/10 with Paddy Power and Betfair (take up to 6/4) Matlock 1pt @ 31/20 with BetVictor (take up to 5/4) Kingstonian 2pts @ 11/10 with William Hill and BetVictor (take up to 4/5) Nuneaton 2pts @ Evs with William Hill and Bet365 (take up to 8/11) Radcliffe/Farnborough 1pt @ 2.34/1 with William Hill (Oddschecker doesn't have the Farnborough match up so have checked myself with Hills, 365, Betfred and Skybet and Hills were biggest. Take up to 15/8)
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