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Manchester United V LEICESTER. Title Decider?

 By davidg3907 in Premier League

29 April 2016 21:11

Manchester United v LEICESTER CITY Surreal as it would have sounded at the beginning of the season, a win for Leicester would see them crowned champions while virtually extinguishing United’s hopes of a top four finish. With so much at stake, it should prove an entertaining competitive game; if the stakes don’t turn it into a stalemate. LEICESTER’S APPROACH Leicester would normally be more than happy to take a point home; indeed that may also be sufficient for them here.... more

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Betway Chester Cup Key Race Trends - 4 May 2016

 By Robmull in Horse Racing

29 April 2016 15:29

The Betway Chester Cup is a Class 2 Heritage Handicap flat race which is run over 2 miles, 2 furlongs and 147 yards at Chester on Wednesday, 4 May 2016. With a maximum field size of 17 runners racing around this historic track which is less than 1 mile in circumference and includes notoriously tight bends and a relatively short finishing straight, the Betway Chester Cup is often a fiendishly difficult race for punters to assess.... more

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OLBG Community Round Up - Friday 29th April

 By OLBG NEWS in Miscellaneous

29 April 2016 14:00

Shrews started a forum debate on the The worth of RPR and Topspeed Ratings. We are all looking for an edge when it comes to horse racing betting and opinion is mixed on the ratings. Why not have your say? Cast your vote on which outsiders in Euro 2016 will make it out of the Group Stages. The tournament has a new format with more teams able to qualify from the groups this time around.... more

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Weekend Accumulator: Will Braintree Relegate Altrincham This Weekend?

 By undertherobe in Other Football

28 April 2016 21:57

After two straight winning weeks, it was back down to earth last week as Liverpool blew a 2-0 lead at home and Forest Green’s struggles continued. Nevertheless, this blog will end the season in profit and with the National League ending this weekend, this will be the last blog of the 15/16 season. Let’s hope it goes off on a high note. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Running Totals Singles: 88/152 (57.... more

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The Flat 2016 Diary And Review: Horses To Note For Royal Ascot And The Season Ahead - Part 1

 By The Market Man in Horse Racing

28 April 2016 14:05

The Flat 2016 Diary And Review: Horses To Note For Royal Ascot And The Season Ahead - Part 1 As we bring the curtain down on the first month of flat racing in 2016, i thought it might be interesting for a performance review of sorts, making note of any eye catchers which could be worthing following as the flat season progresses through the early Classics and into the summer festival period with Royal Ascot and Glorious Goodwood.... more

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Boxing World Champions By Country And What It Means For Betting

 By bitmoretechnical in Boxing and MMA

28 April 2016 13:33

There are a lot of champions in boxing, 60 to be exact. To be precise, if we only consider the top champions in the four main organisations (WBC, WBA, WBO, IBF) and the 17 weight classes (Heavyweight down to Minimumwieght), there are total of 68 titles available. At the moment there are four vacant titles and four 'unified' champions, where a champion holds more than one title, and, therefore, 60 current champions.... more

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England's Euro 2016 Striker Situation; How Do We Solve It?

 By bobslay13 in Euro 2016

27 April 2016 22:01

England's Striker Situation; how do we solve it? Roy Hodgson faces a number of difficult decisions this coming month. Thankfully for once they are good problems rather than bad, but problems nonetheless; which forwards make the final 23-man squad for Euro 2016 in France? The 2015/16 season has been a new chapter in the rise of the English forward. We now have at least 8 strikers with genuine claims to a squad place.... more

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Stanley Cup Playoffs Second Round Betting Tips

 By Epic in Ice Hockey

27 April 2016 17:48

After a couple of predictable years, the Stanley Cup playoffs started with many surprises this Spring. For the first time in 10 years, none of the Original Six teams made it into the 2nd round. Also for the first time since 2011, we'll have a Cup winner that isn't the Chicago Blackhawks or the LA Kings.... more

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Athasi Stakes At The Curragh Key Race Trends - 2 May 2016

 By Robmull in Horse Racing

27 April 2016 17:00

The Canford Cliffs EBF Athasi Stakes is a Group 3 race for Fillies and Mares aged 3 years and older, which is run over 7 furlongs at the Curragh on Monday, 2 May 2016. With an average field size of 8 runners during the past decade, the Athasi Stakes often provides an interesting puzzle for punters to assess, with many of the participants making their seasonal debut.... more

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A Blue Point Of View (Bets On Man City)

 By RACHACE in Premier League

27 April 2016 10:27

Southampton v Manchester City, Sunday 1st May (16:30 ko) Firstly welcome to the blog. This is a Premier League blog on my club Manchester City. Our 36th game of the season see's us travel to the South Coast to take on Ronald Koeman's Southampton team at St Mary's Stadium.... more

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Web Tour: United Leasing Championship

 By The Admiral in Golf

27 April 2016 00:07

Web tour: United Leasing Championship, Victoria National GC Par: 72 Yards: approx 7,200 yards Course Designer: Tom Fazio Greens: Bentgrass Field Size: 144 Previous Champions: 2015: Smylie Kaufman -10 2014: Greg Owen -9 2013: Ben Martin -11 2012: Peter Tomasulo -11 Course style: One of the tougher tests on the schedule with -11 the lowest winning score in the 4 year history of the event. Despite being a par 7200 yard, 72 this isn't a course for big hitters off the tee.... more

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Should You Avoid Betting Against Relegated Football Teams?

 By LustForLeith in Other Football

26 April 2016 22:59

Should You Avoid Betting Against Relegated Teams? It’s that time of the season when things can go a bit wrong. Nerves get to players and managers, mistakes get made and results don’t quite go to plan. One thing I’ve often wondered about is if a team is already relegated from a league, are they more likely to cause an upset? The team in question have nothing to play for but pride.... more

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