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  • College Football Week Thirteen: It's Bedlam in Oklahoma

    undertherobe on 26 Nov at 22:34

    Are you keeping up? Connor Cook was a game time scratch for Michigan State but the Spartans still pulled off a superb win with their backups. But that still wasn’t good enough to get a place in this week’s top four. Over in Oklahoma, Trevone Boykin was out for TCU but they were just a successful two-point conversion away from upsetting the Sooners on the road and creating even more chaos for the Big 12. As it was, the Sooners escaped with the win and were bumped up to number three in the rankings. This weekend figures to have even more drama with just Rivalry week and the Conference championships to come. MICHIGAN WOLVERINES (10) vs OHIO STATE BUCKEYES (8) If Michigan State win against Penn State then neither of these teams will be going to the Big Ten Championship game.…

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  • NFL Week 12 Previews

    Gibbard2002 on 28 Nov at 10:24

    Thanksgiving is out of the way and we now go to the Sunday games. I will preview the live games here this week so people can bet in the game they can watch. New York Giants @ Washington Redskins A big divisional game here with the NFC East being so wide open. The Giants can confirm their #1 status right now and could go 2 games clear of everyone else. The Redskins need to win this as they have already lost to the Giants so 2 defeats would be a killer in the tie-breakers. New York Giants The 5-5 Giants are the favourites for the division right now as nobody else wants to win it. Philadelphia & Dallas both lost on Thursday, which left a massive opportunity for the winner her. They are 2-3 on the road with wins in Buffalo and Tampa. They…

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  • Gameweek 14 - Liverpool vs Swansea betting tips

    ibfm23 on 27 Nov at 06:55

    Liverpool went through to the Europa League knockout stage without breaking too much sweat and despite one of those ‘Mignolet moments’, Klopp’s side did enough to beat Bordeaux and at the same time give a rest to some key players. The Reds host Swansea on Sunday afternoon and given that no traveling was involved, the midweek match should not have a material effect. Klopp appears to have revived the side which looked so fuzzy at the beginning of the season. Under the German’s guide we’ve seen improvement across the board; even Ibe and Firmino are looking decent at times!!! Coutinho is doubtful for the Swansea match, whilst Sturrdige has apparently had another setback and his injury status has been set to ‘No return date’. Sigh. Swansea have a clean bill of health. Wow!!! Monks side, however, are far from problem free.…

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  • I've Never Seen Such A Thing?! Talked Into Account Being Closed??

    Gibbard2002 on 24 Nov at 16:43

    Bookies Are Getting Ridiculous Now Aren't They?! Now I'm just your average 26 year old guy who likes a bet. I have two twin daughters who obviously come first, but I like to dabble on a bet or 2 with my spare money once the family is sorted. I'm no dodgy punter by all means yet I'm getting account after account closed. I've worked in this industry and I know the bookies are a big hater of 'arbing' so if they think you are an arber then your account will be limited / closed. I've had this happen a couple of times, but the argument is (there is no argument really, bookies always win) why would I take 8/11 on a selection at bookie A when bookie B is even money? They 'assume' I am arbing so instantly limit my account. Now…

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  • Emirates Australian Open

    Ralfie1982 on 23 Nov at 15:55

    Emirates Australian Open It was another good weekend for us on the blog, we saw Andy Sullivan at 80/1 just get pipped into place money (which was still a nice return but could have been a monster). We also got another winner, Kevin Kisner at the RSM won by 6 shots at 20/1 and should never have been at that price. So well done if you got on. With the European and Challenge Tour now on their winter end of season break, I expect to see a couple of the key players appear on other events such as this and the US Tour. We find ourselves in Sydney Australia, and I can’t think of many nice places to be. The Courses & Stats We find ourselves at one of the oldest courses in Australia started back in the late 1900’s and…

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  • Liverpool vs Swansea - Swans start a tough stretch at Anfield

    Epic on 27 Nov at 19:38

    Another match and sadly another bad result. The Swans desperately needed a win against Bournemouth, but the game ended with a 2-2 draw. That result leaves Swansea sitting 14th in the table with just 14 points. The worst part of it all? It will be hard to add to that tally before Christmas. A tough fixture list starts on Sunday at Anfield. It will be the first of four against TOP 10 teams. It could turn out to be a really sad festive period for the Jack Army. At least there were some goals last weekend, though. Andre Ayew scored his 6th of the season with a great back heel flick and Jonjo Shelvey got his first from the penalty spot. Hopefully the scoring will continue on Sunday and maybe Jürgen Klopp will still have to wait for his first Premier…

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  • Wile E Coyote Catches The Anytime Scorer Bet Week 2

    LustForLeith on 26 Nov at 19:30

    Wile E Coyote Catches The Anytime Scorer Bet Week 2 Last week wasn't the best of starts, but did offer some promise. Of the eight players selected, five scored during the game. Two of them (Vardy and Gray) were first goal scorer. So, sticking with my plan of picking the top scorer from each of the four main leagues to score at any time I'm only on five selections. It's cup weekend in Scotland this weekend and I'm against picking players in the cup. Their form might not move from one to another and in certain circumstances players might not get picked in cups that do well in the leagues. There's only five selections and between them they've amassed 62 goals. Between them 32 of them have been the first goal scored in their matches. Player Goals Penalty 1st Scorer Vardy 13 …

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