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  • The Weekend Football Betting Challenge 2016/17 - Week 11

    tbuckley on 18 Oct at 17:02

    The Weekend Football Betting Challenge 2016/17 - Week 11 Hello there, we are now already into week 11 of the Weekend Football Betting Challenge, for those of you who have not come across this yet this is where I'm going to focus a lot of my efforts on OLBG this season and I'm fascinated to seeing how it works out. This season I'm going to give it my best shot at a very similar approach to last year with a blog every weekend when possible but this time it's not just going to be fixed to a treble, it's simply called The Weekend Football Betting Challenge and basically each weekend I'm going to put the bets that interest me the most whether that be a first goalscorer Lucky 15, a correct score patent, anytime goalscorer win singles, a bookie bashing…

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  • Who's The Daddy?

    garethp1981 on 16 Oct at 16:54

    When we look at potential bets on horse races there are many angles from which we approach the question. There are many good blogs on OLBG previewing individual races and also general previews of the new national hunt season. Micko70 for example approaches the big races by looking at trends for which types of horses have won the same race in the past. Scratville approaches the sport from the point of view of in-form trainers. Those who want an overview of the trends in racing and the way that they might apply to the cards over the coming days could do worse that read Robmull’s very popular blog, Racing Trends. This blog has taken a bit of hiatus recently but previously when it was appearing regularly it had a bit of a scattergun approach to racing, sometimes discussing issues in the…

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  • How to Make Money Trading Bookmakers Short Priced Football Favourites

    nors on 20 Oct at 10:05

    When you start looking at a list of matches you can easily see there is a favourite and an outsider. In some matches the favourite is a clear fav and in others the difference between the fav and the outsider is narrow. The draw in many cases will also be a short price. These narrow matches the bookies find hard to separate the teams. The bookmakers set odds based on statistics and which teams they expect bettors to support. As we know bookmakers make a profit on whatever the result by building in an over round, you can read more about this at the OLBG Betting School. So when we see a match where the odds are close we know that the bookies are in a bit of a quandary unsure on which team should be favourite. They have a…

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  • CIMB Classic Golf - PGA Tour - Preview & Tips

    Ralfie1982 on 17 Oct at 10:41

    CIMB Classic Hi Welcome along, this is one of two weekly golf blogs that I do, one for the European Tour and one for the US PGA Tour. So last week, ended as one of ultimate frustration, we saw Thomas and Kirk both finish in the Top 10, but not get into the paying places from a betting perspective. We head to the CIMB Classic this week which is a co-sanctioned event with the Asian Tour and well take a look at some stats and figures. If you like what I do blog about why not check out my others for the football, golf and F1 here There is plenty of discussions on all of these topic over on the OLBG Forum pages (where you can win cash prizes so head over to the Forum for your chance to have a say. If you…

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  • The Southampton Perspective - Inter vs Saints Betting Preview and Tips

    danbradley on 20 Oct at 11:03

    Inter vs Southampton The Saints were already in good spirits going into the international break, but there was some concern that, after a couple of 0-0 draws, there could be a possibility of the momentum having been lost with that rest period. That doesn't seem to have been the case, though, with Saints picking up where they left off, with perhaps the best half of football produced this season when demolishing Burnley in the second half at St Mary's. The (rather soft) penalty conceded by Dusan Tadic is a bit of a blow, though, as it ended Fraser Forster's clean sheet run as he approached another record. Next up is the most prestigious game in many years for the Saints, as they travel to the San Siro to face Inter Milan. The Nerazurri have been unable to field a full-strength team…

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  • Horse Racing Trends - Issue 8 - 18 to 24 October 2016

    Robmull on 17 Oct at 16:28

    The purpose of this blog is to provide trends based information that will hopefully assist readers to identify value and profitable wagers throughout the week. The content of this blog should not be considered as a source of free horse racing tips, however in my opinion, the data can be used to produce a list of potential candidates that can then be assessed further through the use of form study, race and ground conditions, plus any draw/pace bias, etc, to identify likely winners and hopefully profitable bets. Although it is highly unlikely that all of the trends detailed below will prove profitable to follow immediately, many of the statistics should be worth noting for consideration in the future. My intention is to update this blog on a daily basis, with information that will generally relate to the following day’s race meetings,…

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  • Swansea betting preview and tips for Bradley's first home match against Watford

    Epic on 20 Oct at 20:50

    There are some old habits which even a new manager can't fix. Bob Bradley had a decent debut as Swansea manager last weekend with the team suffering a narrow 3-2 loss at Arsenal, but the loss could have been avoided if the team hadn't given up yet another goal from a corner. If you could find a bookie offering odds on a corner scored against the Swans, you'd be rich before the turn of the year! With only 4 points on the board, the team now sits second from bottom. There's been 4 losses in a row and 6 losses in last 7 Premier League outings. The situation looks quite bleak, though the performance at the Emirates offers a bit of hope. Arsenal played the last 20 minutes with ten men, but it's still promising to see that the team actually…

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