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  • Haydock 28th May (3 Group Races)

    Micko70 on 25 May at 00:05

    Haydock Park host a very good card on Saturday 28th May with 3 Group races, 2 group 3 races over 1m 4f & 7f and a Group 2 for 3yo's over 6f. The 2 Group 3 races are the Pinnacle Stakes over 1m 4f & The Timeform Jury Stakes (Registered as The John Of Gaunt Stakes) over 7 furlongs. The Group 2 race is for 3yo's only and is The Sandy Lane Stakes. The Pinnacle Stakes The Pinncale Stakes is a Group 3 race open to horses aged 4 or older and is run over 1m 4f. I have looked at the last 10 runnings of this race and looked at the following trends, Age, Official Rating, Last Time Out, Last Run, Year Runs, Distance & Class. Any horse passing a trend will score the points for that trend. 5 day decs - 111-25 Bateel(7) 4 9-0 David Simcock…

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    pompeybuster12 on 24 May at 22:15

    PBF MOVING THE IRISH GUINEAS FORWARDS The Irish Guineas meeting features some of the best racing of the year and this year was no exception, the English equivalent represents a chance to plant a flag whereas here it gives the opportunity to raise that flag and rubberstamp one’s ability , this year was no exception with both of the Guineas winners in action and while both were beaten , from a ratings point of view the performances were worlds apart.It is a particulary interesting meeting for me to watch as my mother was from Newbridge and The Curragh was the first racecourse I ever set foot on. The top 50 numbers from the festival are listed below. PBF CURRAGH RATINGS Minding 87 Jet Setting 85 Fascinating Rock 84 Found 80 Creggs Pipes 78 Caravaggio 77 Maneen 77 Downforce 76 Champagne Or Water 76 Newsman 76 Success Days 76 Flight Risk 76 Mobsta 76 Dick Whittington 75 Don't Touch 74 Maarek 74 Penny Pepper 73 Mister Trader 73 Mega Fortune 73 Devonshire 73 Gordon Lord Byron 73 Beacon Rock 72 Santa Monica 72 Beau Satchel 72 Canary Row 72 Dodgybingo 72 Bocca Baciata 72 Now Or Never 72 Fort Del Oro 72 Irish…

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  • Monaco GP - Formula 1 - Stats / Preview / Form and Early 15/2 value bet

    Ralfie1982 on 23 May at 16:22

    Monaco Grand Prix Dear lord I struggle to get enthusiastic about the Monaco procession, I mean Grand Prix, I dont generally tend to like street circuits. The strange fact is that there are more wins from pole in the last race (Russia) than there are here in Monaco which I struggle to believe but the facts are out there. Star Performer : Max Verstappen How cool and calm was he in the race I said it on one of my blogs 12 months ago he was a World Champion in waiting and maybe he got a little lucky with the pit stratedgy of Ricciardo but he took no prisoners and was excellent and didnt put a foot wrong. Dunce(s) : Lewis and Nico : Not alot to say that has not already been said, they looked more like…

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  • Best bets for Anthony Martial

    Betfairalfie on 23 May at 09:40

    UPDATE - 29/6/16. Coral go 7.00. I am on. Recommended - Anthony Martial, Top France Goalscorer 3% @7.00 Coral Stats Born 5th Dec 1995 (aged 20) in Massey, France Height - 181 cm Weight - 76 kg Right footed Manchester United, 48 appearances, 17 goals, 4 bookings AS Monaco, 72 appearances, 18 goals, 2 bookings Olympique Lyonnais, 15 appearances, 5 goals, 2 bookings France, 8 appearances, 0 goals, 0 bookings Maturity beyond his years When he arrived at Old Trafford I, like Wayne Rooney, asked “Anthony who”? But he made an immediate impact scoring on his 12th Sept debut, at home to Liverpool. This spectacular goal was later awarded MUFC Goal of the Season. The path towards “Old Trafford Legend” commenced. Van Gaal spoke of bringing the youngsters in gradually but that was soon forgot as Martial became indispensable. The fame and glory did not go to his head and…

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  • American Football - More Than Just The Basics (Offense)

    Gman84 on 23 May at 17:21

    Welcome to the second in a series of blogs aimed with helping casual or new fans of American Football and the NFL to build their knowledge and have a better understanding of the game. As I’ve stated before, I believe most people understand the complete basics of the game - how teams move the ball, the need to gain 10 yards in four attempts (downs) and how the game scores. What I’m trying to do is to give potential fans of the game a bit more meat on the bones. As always, feedback and questions are encouraged either here on the blog or in the dedicated American Football Forum here at OLBG. In this blog I’m going to concentrate on the offensive side of the game. We’ll look at formations, some of the “additional” positions that have…

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  • Betting Strategy and Best Bets For Italy at Euro 2016

    ibfm23 on 26 May at 05:00

    Italy. Where football is religion. Can the incumbent runners up be written off to 17/1 winners? Are England (8/1) with their history of limited successes, at least on the international scene, twice as likely to win Euro 2016? Can Spain (11/2), Germany (7/2) and France (7/2) be put on such a different level ? History is the mother of all teachers The Azzurri rarely start as favorites but their four World Cup Titles (twice runners up) and one Euro title (twice runners up) suggest otherwise. In the recent past the Italian national side has alternated great to abysmal results. Unlikely winners in Germany 2006, runners up in Poland/Ukraine 2012 but eliminated in the group stage during the last two World Cups. Historically the Italians have done well when tagged as underdogs. In 1982, they were led to victory by an unlikely hero,…

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  • Group D Best Bets & Betting Preview for Euro 2016

    Micko70 on 25 May at 22:51

    In this blog i am looking at Group D, i will look at each nation and try to pick out the results for each game and who will win the group and which positions all of the other nations will fill. The 4 nations that are playing in Group D are Croatia, The Czech Republic, Spain & Turkey How They Qualified Croatia finished 2nd behind Italy with 20 points, they won 6, drew 3 and lost 1 of their 10 games, they scored 20 goals and conceded 5. The Czech Republic won their group with 22 points, they won 7, drew 1 and lost 2 of their 10 games, they scored 19 goals and conceded 14. Spain won their group with 27 points, they won 9 and lost 1 of their 10 games, they scored 23 goals and conceded 3. Turkey finished 3rd in the group…

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