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  • Exact Goal Betting System - Week 2

    danbradley on 08 Feb at 22:41

    Last week I came up with an idea for a system involving a goals market which the bookies don't seem to have taken seriously yet, but for which the stats suggest there should as much variation in prices as the more commonly used over/under 2.5 goals which gets plenty of attention from punters and bookmakers alike. This system uses exact goals. However, rather than going one way or another, over or under, I'm looking at sides who regularly have 2/3 goals in a game and sides that regularly either have very low-scoring or very high-scoring games. We can back there to be exactly 2/3 goals in a game at 2.05 in pretty much every Premier League game, while laying at that price usually gives us effective odds after fees of about 1.85. With these odds staying the same in every game,…

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  • 2016 Scottish League Cup Final Betting Preview

    LustForLeith on 06 Feb at 14:58

    ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ ‎ 2016 Scottish League Cup Final Betting  Preview ‎ ‎ Hampden Park hosts the first chance for silverwear of the Scottish season when Hibs face Ross County in the League Cup final on March 13. ‎ Here's what happened in the ‎semi finals. ‎ Hibs 2 St Johnstone 1 ‎ ‎ There was a danger that the game would be called off with horrible weather conditions gripping Edinburgh on the run up to the match. It did go ahead to a packed stadium where the majority of fans were wearing green and white.‎ ‎ Hibs started brightly and got a penalty when Laim Henderson was deemed to have been tripped by Chris Millar in the box. Replays show that if there was contact it was minimal. Saint players protested but Jason Cummings kept his cool to slot home the penalty. Despite not really having any chances it was St Johnstone who scored next when a…

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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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  • GW26 - Aston Villa vs Liverpool betting tips - What's next for out of focus Reds?

    ibfm23 on 10 Feb at 07:38

    It is sad that a big win for the Liverpool blog had to coincide with a negative result. The reality though is that tunnel is getting darker and darker and too add to the League woes, the Reds are out of, or better, have snobbed the FA Cup. February's final League match will be away at Aston Villa - a double clash in the Europa League v Augsburg and the League Cup final will follow. The Villans have lost only 1 of their last 5 and although they are still 8 points behind 16th placed Newcastle they have given themselves a fighting chance. With 13 matches to go though they need a miracle but hey, we've seen stranger things happen this season so I wouldn't be hasty in writing them off. With Ayew still suspended, and Gestede and Kozak out injured,…

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  • RSA Chase Key Race Trends - 16 March 2016

    Robmull on 05 Feb at 15:08

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  • Grand National Trends

    Micko70 on 07 Feb at 11:17

    The 2016 running of the Grand National takes place on Saturday 9th April and this year, the race will be run much later than it used to be, with the race scheduled to go off at 5.15pm The race used to be run over 4m 4f, but is now run over 1/2 f less, so the new distance is 4m & 770yds Previously, any horse could enter the National and if they made into the final field of 40 they could run, but times have changed and we now have a qualifying system Now, only horses aged 7yo and upwards can run in the race, these horses must have an official BHA rating of 120 or higher and they must have placed in a recognized chase of 3m, if any horse fails to pass all 3 of these, then they are not eligible…

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  • Betfair Hurdle Trends

    Micko70 on 08 Feb at 19:19

    The Betfair Hurdle is run at Newbury Racecourse in February The race is a handicap and also at Grade 3 level and is run over 2 miles I have looked at the last 10 runnings of the race, but have had to go back to 2004 as the race was not run in 2006 & 2009 I have looked at the following trends for the race - Age, Weight, Official Rating, Last Time Out, Last Run, Season Runs, Season Wins & Grade 5 day decs - 81-652 Cheltenian(14) 10 11-12 Philip Hobbs 153 1184-1 Dicosimo(47) 5 11-9 W P Mullins 150 1519-1 War Sound(280) 7 11-7 Philip Hobbs 148 122P-2 Kalkir(27) 5 11-6 W P Mullins 147 1401/0 Ivan Grozny(27) 6 11-4 W P Mullins 145 2-1927 Petite Parisienne(42) 5 11-3 W P Mullins 144 53-322 Qewy(63) 6 11-3 John Ferguson 144 22-846 Fou Et Sage(21) 5 11-2 Dan Skelton 143 01-250…

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