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College Basketball Tournament Preview
by undertherobe on 05 Mar at 22:31
With less than 48 hours between Selection Sunday and the start of the end of season College Basketball tournament there doesn’t leave much time for a full analysis of the bracket. So instead I’ve picked a handful of the strongest contenders and will look at their chances of cutting down the nets in Arlington, Texas on April 7th. The make-up of the bracket is a little less muddied than that of College Football. The 31 Conference Tournament winners earn a spot as does the winner of the regular season in the Ivy League (they don’t hold a conference tournament). The selection committee then chooses the remaining 36 teams to give us a total of 68. The committee then seeds each team in groups of 4 from 1-17 to give us 4 different brackets. The winner of each bracket then goes onto..
Anytime Goalscorers (The Lower League's)
by mercer on 06 Mar at 14:26
I have done quite a couple of anytime goalscorer blogs, which have gone down well so far. I will include the League One, League Two & the Skrill Conference in this one, I tend to look for in form players & players who have good head to head stats against the side they are facing. SKY BET LEAGUE ONE David Mooney (Leyton Orient) Is having a very good season so far, with 16 goals in the league to date . Mooney is in fine form with, 7 goals in his last 13 league matches . Mooney has scored 4 goals in his last 5 away league starts & will be a threat against Notts County & scored against them last season Matt Tubbs (Crawley) Is in hot form since his loan move to Crawley from Bournemouth since middle of January . Tubbs has scored 6 goals in his last..
Weekly Euro Football Predictor - Week 15
by botev1921 on 06 Mar at 21:32
A collective of opinions on the weekends top European league matches. The idea behind the blog is to get differing opinions on the best bets for the best matches in Europe over the weekend from a panel of experts. Each tipster provides their perception of the way the game will pan out and where the value bet in the mass football markets might be. These opinions can be used in any way you wish. You may wish to take one bet where the panel agrees and add that to existing bets you have or mix and match the various European Leagues and make a weekend European accumulators. Or very simply play a point per tip. Because each contributor has a different approach and area they may like to concentrate on, from time to time there may be a conflict of interest with..
Imperial Cup (Updated 7th March)
by Micko70 on 04 Mar at 21:33
The Imperial Cup takes place the Saturday before the start of the Cheltenham Festival, the race is a Handicap Hurdle run over 2 miles & 110 yards. The race is currently sponsored by William Hill who offer a bonus for any horse that wins the Imperial Cup that manages to win a race at the Festival. Sandown Racecourse host the Imperial Cup, the race was first run in 1907 and as of 2014 it will be classed as a Grade 3 race, previous high class winners of the race include Sprowston Boy (1988), Moody Man (1990), King Credo (1992), Collier Bay (1995) and Carlito Brigante (1997) Tony McCoy has won this race 5 times in the past, he won on board Blowing Wind (1998), Polar Red (2002), Korelo (2003), Gaspara (2007) & Qaspal (2010) LAST 10 WINNERS In the table below are the last 10..
Cheltenham Day One Briefings Tuesday 11th March
by The Executioner on 07 Mar at 15:48
1.30 Supreme Novices Hurdle: It looks a tremendous renewal this year with three high class novices in particular in the shape of Irving , Vautour and Wicklow Brave. The former , a useful performer in France has made excellent progress since arriving at Ditcheat under the care of Paul Nicholls and created a favourable impression last time out when easily collecting the Grade two Dovecote Hurdle at Kempton. Prior to that the son of Singspiel took another Grade two event this time at Ascot beating the highly touted Nicky Henderson trained novice Volnay De Thaix by six lengths after showing a nice turn of foot after jumping the last flight. His jumping wasn’t always foot perfect at Kempton but he never looked like falling and he’s clearly a very decent prospect. Irving acts well of soft going but is considered a..
Dubai World Cup Carnival 2014 - race by race preview and selections for Saturday 8th March
by tbuckley on 06 Mar at 01:24
Dubai World Cup Carnival 2014 - race by race preview and selections for Saturday 8th March There are only two more Dubai World Cup Carnival meetings left for 2014 with an amazing, high quality card lined up for this forthcoming Saturday (8th March) and then it all culminates on Saturday 29th March with the Dubai World Cup night. This year on Dubai World Cup night, all the horses, trainers and jockeys from virtually every continent of the world will be competing for a total prize fund of nearly $28 US million dollars with the Group 1 Dubai World Cup itself worth $10 US million dollars, the $5 US million dollar Group 1 Sheema Classic and the $5 US million dollar Group 1 Duty Free the key focal points of the meeting. While the other races on the Dubai World Cup..
UFC Fight Night Gustafsson vs. Manuwa Sat. Mar. 8
by chimaira on 03 Mar at 18:46
UFC Fight Night, Gustaffson v Manuwa Once again, the UK welcomes the UFC to our shores and to the London 02 arena, where we are having increasingly stronger cards being fielded in the UK thanks to more sponsorship and interest, which is great and hopefully a great advert for MMA and potentially a forecast of much more stronger events as the months roll on through 2014. So we head into the Headliner fight between two inform fighters in: Alexander Gustaffson v Jimi Manuwa Alexander “The Mauler” Gustaffson takes on Jimi “Poster Boy” Manuwa in this Headline fight. Two very inform fighters go head to head in this fight to prove and possibly earn a chance to become the number one contender for the Light Heavy weight bout against Jon Jones. Gustaffson is coming of the back of a loss against the champion Jon Jones and arguably..
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