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US Open ATP Draw Analysis
by botev1921 on 27 Aug at 21:00
The last Grand Slam of the season is upon us and the tradition of me offering a complete quarter by quarter preview in the form of a blog must continue. Last season US Open proved to be one of the most unpredictable when it comes to ATP tennis and while again there are obvious favourites who would fancy their chances, some of the lower seeds surely impressed during the hard court season and all year in general. As the season nears to a close, some of the less physical favourites often have problems and point out fatigue as one of the reasons why they are on a decline after the summer. At the same time, those who have been a bit less prominent at the big stage get a better shot at something big if they managed to keep enough..
2015/16 Fifty National Hunt Horses To Follow ( Part One ) Numbers 1 to 25
by The Executioner on 28 Aug at 15:29
We've not got long to wait before the National Hunt Season really kicks in to action. We're just around six weeks away from when the leading stables will be starting to get their string prepared for some of the better early season contests. Over the last two months or so I have spent many hours delving through the form and watching many replays of some of last season's races , in the hope of creating a list of horses to follow over the course of the winter months. Some names will be familiar to some of you and other won't be. I've tried to include a good mixture of potential novice hurdlers , potential novice chasers , handicap prospects over both hurdles and fences , and also a few horses yet to race under National Hunt rules but have the..
2015/16 Fifty National Hunt Horses To Follow ( Part Two ) Numbers 26 to 50
by The Executioner on 28 Aug at 16:14
Is home advantage disappearing in the Premier League?
by garethp1981 on 30 Aug at 15:28
I am starting this blog with a question, imagine I ask you to take a coin out of your pocket and tell you to toss the coin five times. Each time I the coin lands on heads, I then ask you to toss the same coin a sixth time but before you toss the coin you have to tell me what you think the result will be. What should you say? I will come back to the answer later on. At the time of writing, there have been 38 games played in the Premier League, obviously this is not a huge number, but a surprising trend may be starting to unfold this season and that is the lack of home wins. Usually the home win is the most likely outcome of a game; during the last ten seasons of Premier..
MLB: Four teams close to breaking long postseason droughts
by undertherobe on 30 Aug at 12:57
As we head into the final full month of the regular season, the playoff race continues to gather pace. Only one Division, the AL Central, is all but settled with Kansas City holding a 14 game lead and with September full of divisional matchups, there are going to be plenty of twists and turns over the final five weeks of the season. This week’s blog looks at four teams who are close to breaking long postseason droughts and I find another three pitchers to watch this week..... Picks Review Once again, the Los Angeles Dodgers bullpen ruined a solid start from one of their starters as they lost 3-2 to the Houston Astros on Sunday after a stellar performance from Clayton Kershaw. Kershaw was lights out as he went 8 IP, 7 H, 1 ER, 10 SO. On Monday night it was all..
Trainers to follow in September
by Scratville on 01 Sep at 02:01
A fantastic August means we are close to +£100 LSP for the year and with September historically being a profitable month, (+£12 and +£55) in the last two years it's an exciting month in prospect. Ten trainers to follow this month with five returning from last year, the NH trainers look particularly strong this month. FLAT TURF JOHN GOSDEN (ALL) A returnee from last month and last September where he gave us some nice profits. 2010 18/81 22% +£12.77 2011 14/74 19% (£ 1.48) 2012 13/59 22% +£ 6.94 2013 7/49 14% (£ 1.05) 2014 15/60 25% +£40.17 Although we are including all his horse, he does particular well with his two years olds in September. JOHN QUINN (3YO+) North Yorkshire trainer who has appeared on the blog in both guises in the past, just his older horses this month. 2011 1/28 4% ..
Premier League 2015/16 weekend 4 Statistical Review + Updated Overall figures
by tbuckley on 30 Aug at 21:15
Premier League 2015/16 weekend 4 Statistical Review + Updated Overall figures It has been truly fantastic to have domestic football back, the first few weeks have just been absolutely brilliant with the Premier League proving great goals and entertainment. In this blog I'm going to look at some facts and figures from last weekend in the Premier League, indeed I'll endeavour to do my best to do this as often as possible :- Total Goals Scored The 10 Premier League matches played produced a total of 21 goals, at an average of 2.1 goals per Premier League game with the highest scoring game seeing 4 goals scored as Villa vs Sunderland finished 2-2 in an early season relegation clash. Overall that's now 98 goals which have been scored in the first 40 Premier League games at an average of..
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MOST POPULARby botev1921
28 Aug 14:09
US Open 2015 Prediction Blog
The last Grand Slam of the season is near and our record-breaking prediction blog is back again. We had mixed success at Wimbledon but still managed to hit a winner and added valuable insights into some of the potential surprise...
MOST DISCUSSEDby undertherobe
28 Aug 22:56
Can a bet of the week from each English League make a winning accumulator?
In the past I've rarely dabbled with accumulators as my approach to betting has been the softly softly approach to building up a bank. A quick look through the forum and you'll find a wide range of reasons amongst OLBG...
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