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  • World Cup 2018 Qualifying - Europe Group B

    Robmull on 28 Aug at 15:49

    Along with a number of fellow OLBG bloggers, I have accepted the challenge of producing an article on one of the European qualification groups for the World Cup in 2018, which are to be hosted by Russia. I have been allocated Group B, which consists of 6 nations headed by the current Euro 2016 champions Portugal and I will initially post my thoughts on value bets in relation to the Group winner and Top 2 Finish betting markets, although this will be expanded over time, via regular blog updates to include other markets including value bets for each set of fixtures during the qualification period. Unlike many of my esteemed blogging colleagues, I will not provide detailed information regarding each of the Nation’s international squads and which players are likely to play an important role during the qualification period, neither…

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  • The Team I'm Backing For This Years Super Bowl Is...

    Gman84 on 27 Aug at 20:27

    After a seven month wait the 2016 NFL season is almost upon us. We have one more week of preseason games to go and then the time for talking will be done and the real games will begin in earnest. So it’s time to put my money where my mouth is. Last year in the OLBG American Football Discussion Forum I did make a post in preseason pointing out that the Denver Broncos were the team I felt were worth backing so let’s try and repeat that trick this season with my preseason Super Bowl prediction. There are many things to consider when making this kind of bet/prediction. Do I believe it offers value? Do I have valid reasons to believe it can be successful? Will it fall flat on its face early? The last statement…

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  • Premier League Relegation 2016/17. End of August update, predictions, and betting tips.

    davidg3907 on 28 Aug at 19:00

    Premier League Relegation 2016/17. This is the first of this season’s series of updates. It will analyse (as much as possible) how teams have fared to date, and their prospects before the next international break in early October. Early pre-season thoughts were posted on both the systems forum and main forum but now it is time to post the first in-season update. The next is planned to coincide with the next international break at the beginning of October. Relegation diary HULL Hull did nothing to impress me during the play-offs, and with only minor adjustments to their squad look certain to struggle. Time, and probably finances, are not on their side in an attempt to really take the team away from the relegation battle. The one saving grace is that with several teams potentially involved, they should be able to prevent themselves getting detached. Current mid-point…

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  • Winter Hill Stakes

    Micko70 on 23 Aug at 16:18

    The Winter Hill Stakes is one of those rare Group races that takes place at an evening meeting, it's a Group 3 run over 1m 2f at Windsor on the last Saturday of August. I have looked at the last 10 years and looked at the following trends, Age, Official Rating, Recent Runs, Last Run, Year Runs, Year Wins, Group Form & Distance. Any horse/s passing a trend will score the points for that trend, the horse/s with the most points will be the selection/s 5 day decs - 32612 Ayrad(29) 5 9-1 Roger Charlton 110 546205 Beach Bar(21) 5 9-1 Brendan Powell 98 1/8725 Berkshire(29) 5 9-1 Paul Cole 108 71401 First Sitting(21) 5 9-1 Chris Wall 106 6-2450 Maverick Wave(70) 5 9-1 John Gosden 107 90-404 Not So Sleepy(46) 4 9-1 Hughie Morrison 102 41-751 Chain Of Daisies(17) 4 8-12 Henry Candy 103 3-89P5 Persona Grata(15) 5 8-12 Ed Walker 101 6-2101 Ulysses(31) 3 8-11 Sir Michael Stoute 111 3-2305 Foundation(21) 3 8-7 John Gosden 110 1-6122 Gershwin(21) 3 8-7 David Lanigan 105 521465 Steel Of Madrid(12) 3 8-7 Richard Hannon 107 6-4454 Tony…

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  • UEFA Champions League; where’s the value now the draw is complete?

    bobslay13 on 26 Aug at 22:26

    Champions League; where’s the value after the draw? Group A PSG; 16/1 BetStars Paris St. Germain made the quarter finals last season. They only conceded one goal in Group A, a joint record in Champions League history. This was a very impressive feat considering they were grouped with Real Madrid and Shakhtar Donetsk, both teams who are capable of scoring heavily in Europe. They also arguably outplayed Real in Madrid despite losing 1-0. PSG have bought well again this summer in the shape of Jese Rodrigues, Thomas Meunier and Grzegorz Krychowiak whilst landing Hatem Ben Arfa on a free is also a great coup when considering how well he played for Nice last season. More exciting than all of this though is the rise up the ranks of Jean-Kevin Augustin and Presnel Kimpembe. The big question looming over PSG is how they…

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  • World Cup 2018 Qualifying - Europe Group A

    undertherobe on 27 Aug at 14:59

    Following on from the success of OLBG’s Euro 2016 blogging assignments, fellow blogger Micko70 came up with the idea of something similar for the European World Cup qualifying campaign which gets underway in the first week of September. I’ve been tasked with looking at Group A and as well as a look at the six teams involved, this blog will be updated before each matchday to identify any new long term bets and to briefly preview the matches ahead. So can France kick on from reaching the final of Euro 2016, was The Netherlands Euro 2016 qualifying campaign a blip and can the likes of Bulgaria or Belarus emulate Iceland and provide a surprise package during this qualifying campaign? Netherlands The Netherlands were seeded 1st in the qualifying draw, courtesy of being ranked 5th in the world and 3rd in Europe at the…

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  • NFL 2016: Who To Back In The Rushing Yardage Market

    Gman84 on 29 Aug at 01:39

    With the NFL season fast approaching I have been spending a great deal of time looking through the individual player markets to see who I believe can lead the way in leading the league in each individual stats category. Last time out I looked at the passing yardage market and in this blog I will now focus on which players are worth consideration for a bet in the rushing yardage market. In recent years the NFL has started to lean more heavily towards the pass but what has made a market like this harder to find value for is that so many teams now share the rushing load between players. This compresses the options and hence finding a good value price is harder but last season 100/1 shot Doug Martin nearly pulled it off so let’s see if…

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