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Both Teams To Score IV; Bobslay13
by bobslay13 on 05 Mar at 11:50
Both Teams To Score Part II which is Redhammer's blog can be found HERE Intro We focused on Germany and Italy last week and got burnt! We felt there were goals flying in within those leagues the last 2 weeks so we jumped on the bandwagon last week and fell off straight away. In Scotland, there was something in the water as we got the clean sweep but South of the Border could have done with that something in their water as out of 41 games on Saturday, just 10 saw both sides scoring, and it didn't get much better on Sunday either. This Week We were frustrated at the weekend as upsets occurred such as Fulham keeping a clean sheet against Derby and Benitez' Napoli drawing a blank. This week we have abolished the countries to concentrate on..
Old flames die hard: the Red Wings are enjoying their games against the Western Conference
by Epic on 01 Mar at 15:10
Before the start of last season we saw a realignment in the NHL, which, among other moves, saw the Detroit Red Wings moved from the Western Conference to the East. Judging by the fact that the Wings made it through to the playoffs as the last team in the East and with just a three point edge over the Washington Capitals, we can say the team had trouble adjusting with the change. It's often said the Western Conference teams play a much more physical style of hockey. To their credit, they did have a decent record against their new Conference foes going 26-18-10. The record against the West was 13-10-5. This season though, the Red Wings have proved that old flames die hard and they are enjoying matchups against the Western Conference. Yesterday the team finished off a road trip consisting..
Trainers to follow in March
by Scratville on 01 Mar at 02:34
We move into March on the back of two successful months and an overall LSP of +£98.11. With Cheltenham just around the corner we highlight 6 NH trainers and 9 AW trainers. March has been good to us in the last two years, hopefully it will be again this year and we can make it 5 profitable months on the trot. NH PHILIP HOBBS (CHASERS) Sitting second in the trainers championship so far it has been a fantastic season for the Hobbs team. He goes into Cheltenham with a nice bunch of Chasers and has a great record with his Chasers in March. 2011 5/27 19% +£ 4.75 2012 8/23 35% +£23 25 2013 1/17..
OLBG Mares Preview 2015
by drobgod on 02 Mar at 14:40
As the PR representative for OLBG.com I've been privileged to speak on quite a regular basis to the likes of Willie Mullins, Nicky Henderson and Alan King, to name just a few as they are regular supporters of our mares series. As well as that OLBG has over 50,000 members and many of them among the most knowledgeable punters around, so below with their help I hope I can give you some pointers to the real race of the Festival! Most of the build up to the 2015 OLBG.com Mares Hurdle has been surrounded by constant talk of whether the great mare Annie Power will, or even should, participate in what is the showcase event for ladies at Cheltenham. I strongly believe she'll take up her engagement in the mares contest, after all it is a Grade One event..
Davis Cup 2015
by undertherobe on 03 Mar at 20:45
The biggest team competition in tennis returns this weekend for the 104th edition and with commitments from players such as Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, this year’s competition promises to be another cracker. With eight World Group ties scheduled for the weekend, this blog takes a quick look through the matchups with the hope of trying to identify some value. Germany vs France These countries met in last year’s quarter finals with the French coming from 2-0 down for just the fourth time in their history and they eventually made it all the way to the Final where they were defeated by a Swiss team inspired by Roger Federer and Stan Wawrinka. This year’s German team looks stronger on paper than last year’s with Philipp Kohlschreiber and Benjamin Becker taking up the singles spots but despite home court advantage, they face an incredibly..
Cheltenham 2015 - A win and each way lucky 31 for 5 major races
by tbuckley on 01 Mar at 02:02
Cheltenham 2015 - A win and each way lucky 31 for 5 major races As I sit writing this, I excitedly tell myself "just 9 days to go now until it all starts again, brilliant, can't wait" - no I'm not talking about Christmas day, or my birthday, I'm talking about the start of the Cheltenham Festival and all of you reading this who are jump racing fans will share those thoughts, I just know you will. Now I've been a fan of horse racing as a whole sport since I was a kid, trips with my family to Doncaster for the St Leger aged 10, maybe slightly younger, so I've been a fan of horse racing for a very long time indeed, getting on for 30 years now. Flat turf racing was what I was brought upon, that's what my dad..
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