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  • Crystal Palace V Watford - Premier League - Stats, Tips, Form and Historical Trends

    Ralfie1982 on 10 Feb at 11:42

    Crystal Palace V Watford Hi everyone and welcome to my blog, here I will give you a bit of an overview of the match, some stats that might prove a bit useful when the two teams meet, some team news and so on. If there is anything you'd like to see in the blog that is not here, please leave me a comment and I will try to include it below. Some History / Match Stats Saturday 13th February Kickoff 3pm, Selhurst Park Ref R Madley (Who? - not the bloke off This Morning) 1 point and 2 places in league separate clubs A win for either side takes them to within striking distance of European places CPFC only 1 clean sheet in 7 Watford only conceded 1 goal or less in last 5 games. CPFC only 1 win in 5 games Watford 2 wins in 5…

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  • It’s Never Too Early To Look At The Super Bowl Market

    Gman84 on 09 Feb at 18:00

    It’s less than two days since the Denver Broncos were crowned Super Bowl 50 champions but already the bookmakers have next season’s showpiece priced up so whilst it’s hard to recommend throwing on a bet a year in advance, it’s interesting to see what the early market tells us. No Surprises The usual suspects are at the top of the betting. Leading the way are the New England Patriots who are a best priced 8/1 with Betway and BetVictor and given their history of only failing to make the playoffs once since 2003 (a season where Tom Brady was lost for the season in Week 1) it’s not hard to understand why. They also enter this off-season with no significant free agents of note and will be glad to get the likes of Dion Lewis and Nate Solder back from…

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  • Guide to Asian Handicap Betting - Asian Handicap Lines Explained

    garethp1981 on 09 Feb at 18:15

    Readers will already be familiar with the concept of value and will recognise that there are some football games that are best left alone from a betting point of view. However, readers that are not familiar with the Asian Handicap (AH), may be ignoring certain games, where there are value bets on offer. The Asian Handicap is a way to “even up” football matches so that there are two outcomes to bet on. The OLBG betting school has great articles on the basics of Asian Handicap Betting Asian Handicap Summary It may help to imagine a tug of war between two teams, ten feet apart with a handkerchief tied around the rope; every time a team scores, the handkerchief is pulled a foot closer to them. The team with the handkerchief nearest to them at the end of the game is the…

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  • Tshwane Open Blog :- Stats, form and Tips

    Ralfie1982 on 08 Feb at 20:45

    Tschwane Open Had a mixed bag last week, getting 3 places (and all 4 in the top 10) in the Dubai and just missing out on JB Holmes stealing a place in the Phoenix. This is back in South Africa, a country I have really struggled to get my head around. Just two outrights and 1 FRL for me. The stats Pretoria CC, Waterkloof, South Africa Prize money 18.5m ZAR 70 PAR 7063 yards 2x PAR 5 Holes 4x PAR 3 holes 12x PAR 4 holes Shortest hole = 8 at 124 yards Longest hole = 12 at 621 yards Water features on what appears to be 5 holes Two tours meet (European Tour & Sunshine Tour - South African) Just 3rd time the event has taken place For those watching the Pretoria is 2hrs ahead of the UK Weather Forecast…

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  • Euro 2016 - Name The Finalists Market

    botev1921 on 09 Feb at 20:42

    The coverage of the potential for profits involving the various Euro 2016 markets continues with a combo market, which is considered by many to be one of the most difficult to get right. It is difficult enough to predict a champion at a big tournament, which has just gotten even bigger, but how about trying to figure which team the champion will beat in the final? Name the finalists is intriguing enough from value perspective as the odds start as high as 9/1 and I figure there must be some way to try and create a reasonable enough strategy and determine who those two best teams will be. Once again feel free to comment either here, on facebook or twitter if you feel you can expand the knowledge on this combo market. THE COMPLEX EURO 2016 STRUCTURE Normally at big tournaments there…

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  • Swansea vs Southampton - Saints Aim to Carry on Marching In

    danbradley on 10 Feb at 13:53

    Swansea vs Southampton The Saints' good form continued last week with a resolute performance and 1-0 win against West Ham despite playing the whole of the second half with 10 men. The Saints backed themselves to defend their lead with some deep, backs to the wall stuff, but they, in all truth, never looked like conceding and Saints now have 5 clean sheets in a row, which will give them huge confidence in going to a Swansea side that have improved under their new boss, but still are finding goals hard to come by. vs Swansea - The Team The Saints continue to have good luck with injuries, but the loss of Wanyama to suspension is going to hurt, especially with the tackle unlikely to be considered worthy of a red by most referees. Unfortunately it was deemed so by this one, however,…

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  • Gameweek 25 Serie A Betting Tips - Juventus v Napoli special coverage

    ibfm23 on 10 Feb at 05:07

    After years of one sided affairs we've finally got an interesting battle for the Serie A title. Juventus started the season losing 4 and drawing 3 in their first 10 matches, a bit like Chelsea if you wish, but as opposed to the Blues, Allegri's side was able to pick up and are now on an impressive 14-match winning streak. Napoli have had a strong team for years but Benitez, as always, toned down expectations and never mounted a series title challenge. The arrival of the relatively unknown Sarri was a breath of fresh air and without any radical changes the side which missed Champions League qualification last year, is now leading the pack. The Parternopei have been consistent throughout and are themselves on an 8-match winning streak. Saturday's clash at the Juventus Stadium won't be decisive but will definitely make a…

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