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  1. To add to the Robbo pick, I have 3 more. Hawkins I fancy to beat Hang and K.Wilson and then Williams would be the test, but Williams has shown no form. Semi-final vs Robbo, I would fancy Robbo, but for 25/1 a nice alternative. Allen, in the other half, i would fancy against Yuelong and then he would face my 3rd tip Carter. Winner of that beats Selby in my eyes, which puts them up against Trump or Ronnie for a place in the final. Carter is huge, and fears nobody. 2pts E/W B.Hawkins to win the World Championship 25/1 bet365 2pts E/W M.Allen to win the World Championship 20/1 bet365 1pt E/W A.Carter to win the World Championship 125/1 boylesports
  2. Difficult one to call for me today. I can see the value in Delhi but I would probably go the other way. I'm going to take De Kock top batsman. He's looked solid in his last couple of matches, top scoring for his 2 out of the last 3. I'll take Rabada as top bowler for Delhi. The guy is on fire at the moment. I like Iyer for top batsman for Delhi, but that price is just too short. I can't be having Ke Kock at 3s and Iyer at 3 and a half when Shaw, Dhawan & Pant need to perish before hand. 2pts De Kock top batsman (Mumbai) 3/1 bet365 2pts Rabada top bowler (Delhi) 3/1 bet365 0.5pts K.Pollard MOTM 14/1 bet365
  3. I will add Patrick Cantlay to my list for the RBC. This guy looks the real deal. A potential future major champion perhaps. 2pts P.Cantlay E/W 20/1 coral (coral paying 7 places)
  4. * Dhoni is not playing today so money will be refunded on anybody following him as top batsman *
  5. Wells covers the handicap atleast. Haotian loses, but Georgiou wins. More important James Cahill hits a 25/1 winner as he beats Judge and wins group 13.
  6. So after the drama of the Masters and Tiger's win, we look to the Heritage event. Last year won by Kodaira after a play-off with Kim. This event seems to be more about the outsiders than the favourites and when you look back at winners, most didn't perform to a great standard at Augusta, prior to it. That puts me off of any of the top guys. Also, this course seems to favour the kind of players who have good course knowledge by all accounts. Looking down the field, I'm going to take the following : Poulter. 7th here last year and was leading after round 3 but fell away. Already a few top 10s this year. Kokrak is my second pick. 4 top 10s in his last 5 tournaments and he has performed well here in the past, getting 3 top 20 places. Harding is my third pick, bang in form, won Quater and performed brilliantly at the match-play and at the Masters last week. 12th on his debut. If he isn't burnt out here, every chance. Finally, a small punt on Stuard, who knows this course very well and course knowledge could be especially important. 2pts E/W I.Poulter 35/1 betfred 1pt E/W Kokrak 50/1 Ladbrokes 1pt E/W Harding 80/1 bet365 0.5pts E/W Stuard 150/1 bet365 1st round leader - 1pt Woo Kim 50/1 bet365
  7. A good week last week in which again, one leg away from the Accy coming in. Daryl Gurney faces Mensur Suljovic in the first game of the night and I'm siding with Gurney in this. Gurney has a good record against Mensur and is in a rich vein of form, whilst Mensur continues to flatter to deceive. Gurney has already beaten Mensur 7-3 in Rotterdam. Mensur started the first 6 matches this season well with an average average score of 98.62 but in the last 4 matches his average average score is 90.69. Gurney's average average in the past 4 is 97.03. In the last match we have James Wade against Peter Wright. THese two got a tie when they played in Berlin a couple of weeks ago, but then Peter Wright does love a draw here. Wade has won the previous 2 and i think he can do so tomorrow too. Wright hasn't won since that draw in 4 and although he performed better in the last match against Cross, his average is still only 91.54 over the last 4 matches, whilst Wade has 95.43. Because Wright loves draws so much, we'll take the "Draw no bet" on this one. 5pts D.Gurney to beat M.Suljovic 13/10 betfred 6pts J.Wade (DNB) to beat P.Wright 5/6 Ladbrokes 0.5pt Accy - Gurney/MVG/Price/Wade - 21/1 betfred
  8. Hyderabad Vs Chennai today then. Hyderabad after a good start to the season at home beating Rajasthan with their biggest chase and then beating Royal Challengers, have lost 2 in a row with poultry scores of 96 all out and 116 all out. On the other side, Chennai are enjoying good form this season away from home where they have won 3 of the 4 they have played. It's no suprise I'll be taking Chennai here. The price is pretty good considering the two teams form. I'll stick with Du Ples with an outside bet on Dhoni for Chennai. Hyderabad very much a 2 man show in the batting line-up and it's just not worth picking one in this. I'm also quite tempted by the unders in this match but I'll stick with these three. 5pts Chennai Super Kings to beat Hyderabad Sunrisers 4/5 bet365 2pts Du Ples top Chennai batsman 7/2 bet365 1pt Dhoni top Chennai batsman 7/1 paddypower
  9. 2 tips for me for the outright on this. First I'll go with Kent. Last seasons runner up. One thing I like about Kent is the fact that the World Cup preparations will not trouble any of their players really. This means they can get more consistency and a better flow and we already know that they are capable. Next bet is Worcestershire. They flourised with the Twenty20 format and although abit of a gamble, I would rather have a chance on them stepping up then some of the prices at the top. 2pts E/W Kent to win 14/1 boylesports 2pts E/W Worcestershire to win 12/1 bet365
  10. Good match yesterday. If it wasn't for AB though, RCB may aswell not turn up. Kings Punjab take on Rajasthan today. Played the reverse fixture already and Kings won that tie by 14 runs after Kings posted a 184/4. As expected really Gayle and Butler were the men that shined bright that day and it wouldn't be a big suprise if that were the case again today. I've thought about this too much really and I can't come up with anything I like enough. I prefer Kings, but Raja are probably the value so it's a no bet for me.
  11. I'm going to add Wells to be the highest break on that tie. As mentioned, he's hitting the ball so well right now. Gould without a century in his last and Wells with 3 centuries in against Vafaei. Big price. 4pts D.Wells (Highest break in match) 11/8 bet365
  12. Outsiders day tomorrow : Daniel Wells is in the form of his life at present. Despite Vafaei being 4-2 up and 5-4 up, at 6-6 Wells put his foot down and won the last 4 frames. In that match, he scored 3 centuries and 6 50+. So 9 50+ breaks. He looked very good in the previous round too when he beat capable fellow Welshman Clarke. He got 2 centuries there too. I can't see Gould beating him by a big margin so I'll certainly be on the handicap, but I think he can win the match. I worry alittle about the nerves late on, but that's why I'll take both in this one. Mark Davis takes on Haotian and I'll be taking Haotian. Lyu beat Davis in March 4-2 and although this is a completely different match and one that will probably be close, I just fancy Haotian on the scoring. The gritty close frames may go to Davis, but on the whole, you'd have to fancy the young Haotian. I have to take on Bingtao. I just can't see the love for him. He is a decent player, but Georgiou looked good against Ebdon and I think he can beat Bingtao. I just can't ignore the odds on this one. 6pts D.Wells (+3.5 frames) to beat M.Gould 4/6 Betfred 2.5pts D.Wells to beat M.Gould 11/5 Betfred 5pts L.Haotian to beat M.Davis 11/10 Betfred 2.5pts M.Georgiou to beat Y. Bingtao 11/5 bet365
  13. Mumbai Indians take on Royal Challengers. Mumbai have won 2 and lost 2 at home this season, where as RCB have lost all 3 of their away matches. These two have already met at Bengalaru and MI won that by 6 runs. That was despite their two "big hitters" performing well, (ABDV 70 and Kohli 46). I'm on Mumbai Indians here. RCB will be buoyed by their first win (despite being urged to lay them every game above) I'll take ABDV to perform here for the RCB. He hit 70 on home turf in this fixture and of the two most likely here, I would side with him over Kohli. I also expect a decent game from HHPandya. Before the Rajastian match, he had taken 6 wickets in 3 matches. He only bowled 1.3 overs in that match to be fair. if he's given the ball, he'll strike. 5.5pts Mumbai Indians to beat RCB 8/11 paddypower 2pts HHPandya (Top Mumbai Bowler) 9/2 bet365 2pts ABDV (Top RCB batsman) 3/1 Marathon
  14. Thanks El. McManus only winning 10-6 is probably the shock result of the year for me. Maybe he couldn't handle playing a woman. Thanks again.