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  • Friday Racing Review - Newmarket and York on 9 October 2015

    Robmull on 07 Oct at 14:43

    Regular readers of my blog will be aware that I provide weekly articles in which I preview the races that are to be televised by Channel 4 each Saturday, with the aim of drawing together in one place some useful and hopefully potentially profitable pointers in respect of these races. In addition to my usual Saturday Racing Preview, I thought that it would be beneficial to produce a separate companion article for the 7 top quality events from Newmarket and York that the Channel 4 cameras will be covering this Friday. Each race will be previewed in time order, during which I will in the main attempt to highlight useful data in relation to the following criteria: • Trainers with profitable records at the racecourses and in the specific races • Historically profitable trainer/jockey combinations • Historically profitable trends in respect of specific races • Any additional…

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  • The New Boxing Champion Of The World

    bitmoretechnical on 08 Oct at 16:50

    In boxing it can sometimes be hard to figure out who the champion actually is. You may have seen a boxer you've never heard of wearing about 10 belts around his shoulders, neck and arms and then be told that he isn't even a world champion. In fact, the situation has gone so far that there is a phrase for it: Alphabet soup or alphabet titles, referring to the abbreviations of the various sanctioning bodies that award world titles. The issue is that anybody can offer a title and most boxers, or at least their promoters, ensure that they are seen with anything resembling a belt whenever they are in camera shot. But this also means that genuine champions and their achievements can be belittled. This weekend, in Manchester, Terry Flanagan defends his WBO lightweight title for the first time and…

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  • In Form Trainers - 5 to 11 October 2015 - Updated With Full Data For The Week

    Robmull on 04 Oct at 21:28

    The purpose of this blog is to highlight trainers in Britain that are currently in good form based on a minimum of 5 winners at a strike rate of 20% or more during the last 14 days up to the close of racing on Saturday. In addition, I will endeavour to list where these trainers have horses entered at racecourses over the forthcoming week where the trainer has been profitable to follow since the start of 2011 and will also highlight any jockeys that have been profitable to follow when teaming up with our in form trainers, during 2015. There is an old saying that states that success breeds further success and whilst most training stables come in and out of form during the year, it often pays to keep a close eye on a trainer’s runners when the stable…

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  • West Ham United-8 Game Review.

    redhammer on 07 Oct at 19:26

    West Ham United So Far 8 games into the Slaven Bilic regime, the new look West Ham United but most importantly, the last year at The Boleyn before we say farewell and move into the Olympic stadium with an extra 20,000 seats as well as a growing waiting list for the season tickets. The reviews from athletic and rugby fans that have attended this summer have been glowing as the ones who experienced London 2012. But is the 8 game review full of praise also? Lets crack on. Results So Far The Hammers got off to the perfect start when they won 2-0 on the road to Arsenal on opening day but got shocked at home with a 2-1 defeat to Leicester and a 4-3 loss against Bournemouth. They turned the fortunes round with a win at Anfield, a 3-0 win to be…

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  • Euro Champs Final qualifying double header

    Micko70 on 06 Oct at 22:12

    October see's the final 2 rounds of matches being played between Thursday 8th October & Tuesday October 13th There are just 2 games left for every nation to try and earn their spots in France 2016. Here is how each Group currently stands and who plays who in this double header set of fixtures GROUP A POS NATION PL W D L GF GA PTS 1 Iceland 8 6 1 1 15 3 19 2 Czech Republic 8 6 1 1 16 10 19 3 Turkey 8 3 3 2 11 9 12 4 Netherlands 8 3 1 4 13 10 10 5 Latvia 8 0 4 4 4 16 4 6 Kazakhstan 8 0 2 6 5 16 2 FIXTURES Saturday October 10 5:00 - Iceland v Latvia 5:00 - Kazakhstan v Netherlands 7:45 - Czech Republic v Turkey Tuesday October 13 7:45 - Latvia v Kazakhstan 7:45 - Netherlands v Czech Republic 7:45 - Turkey v Iceland Iceland & the Czech Republic have both already qualified for France 2016, the 3rd placed position is a straight fight between Turkey & The Netherlands Turkey are 2 points clear and know that 2 wins will guarantee them 3rd placed, their last 2 games are against the top 2 who have both already qualified, the have to travel…

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  • British Masters Golf - Woburn

    Ralfie1982 on 05 Oct at 14:21

    British Masters - Woburn Okay so I am absolutely sick of missing out by 1 shot every week!!!! This week Soren Kjeldsen has missed out on place money by 1 shot (He did this last week too!). We have to land one soon and I am convinced we can get this one about right. We have a ridiculously strong field here which i will allude to below. The event has not been on the calendar since last held in 2008, and the four years before that were held at the Belfrey so show some caution when looking at form. The Courses & Stats £3m prize pot PAR 72 Woburn Marquess Course plays 7217yrds Technical course with most holes surrounded by lots of trees and bunkers designed to catch those golfers being to brave Holes 1 & 10 were designed to…

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  • NHL season preview 2015/16

    Epic on 07 Oct at 15:03

    After a long summer break the pucks will start to fly in the NHL again. The best hockey league in the world starts its 99th season of operation (98th season of play). The Chicago Blackhawks will look to defend the Stanley Cup, but it won't be easy. The competition gets tougher with each year and there will be a number of teams aiming for glory. Here's my preview of the new season with betting advice regarding each team. I've also looked out eight ante-post bets, which will add excitement to another season of action. EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION BOSTON BRUINS Last season was the first since 2006 that the Boston Bruins missed the Stanley Cup playoffs. This after a year in which they dominated the regular season and looked set for glory. Or at least a place in the Eastern Conference final. They got…

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