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Champions League Midweek Multiple and predictions - week 2
by tbuckley on 28 Sep at 01:35
Champions League Midweek Multiple and predictions - week 2 This coming week sees the 2nd phase of group matches in this years Champions League group stage campaign with 8 groups of 4 teams set for what will hopefully be a Champions League to the incredible standard we've seen in the competition, it seems to get better every year and hopefully that will continue. Olympiastadion in Berlin on Saturday 6 June 2015 is the ultimate target for the 32 teams that line up this season to take their chance in the Champions League, the chance to be competing in the Champions League final for the biggest prize in european club football is what all those that enter dream of. My ante-post thoughts for the Group stage process of the Champions League are available at http://www.olbg.com/blogs/post.php?id=407634 The Champions League group stage matches will be played..
NFL: Ten Things We Learned From Week 4
by ebookconverter on 30 Sep at 02:57
1) The 49ers are struggling. Yes they beat the Eagles who were 3-0 beforehand, but at one point in the second half they had almost twice the plays and twice the possession yet only led by a couple of points. The Eagles also blew it on what could have been a winning drive. Their running game is so bad they couldn't take the chance to go a yard and a half to secure a 1st down almost on the goal-line, instead trying to throw the TD. The Niners of last year would have walked all over them, but this team and the games this season so far, show that San Francisco are going to remain vulnerable unless they can turn possession to points. 2) This is already a season of strange events. The Bengals and Cardinals are the only teams unbeaten, at 3-0...
Trainers to follow in October
by Scratville on 01 Oct at 02:52
September was a fantastic month with 7 of our 12 trainers showing a profit for a £53.00 LSP. We are still down for the year after a terrible summer but still well up since the start of the blog. Plenty to go at this month but I don't think they'll be the volume of runners of last month. FLAT TURF ROGER CHARLTON (2YO'S) Wiltshire trainer who has had a quiet year, usually sends out his stronger 2yo's late on in the season. 2010 1/3 8% (£ 7.00) 2011 6/23 26% +£31.50 2012 3/12 25% +£19.00 2013 3/12 25% +£..
Does Kelly have the answer?
by garethp1981 on 28 Sep at 16:28
In my last two blogs I have asked the question what is the right amount to bet on any given bet. In my first blog in the series I posed the question and discussed in more detail exactly what I meant by the title, “Do you lose too often?”. I came to the conclusion that it was only possible to answer this question if the average odds of winning bets was known. If these were sufficient to cover losing bets and then to make a profit in the long run, then a bettor is making value bets. Once we know that this is the case, then we need to find a staking level which will mean that the long term winning strategy of value betting, is not undone by a short term spell of bad luck. As part of..
Top Cup Tokai Classic Preview
by jimmywomble on 30 Sep at 22:13
Katayama to Top his Cup Again at the Tokai Classic The Japan Tour is back on its own this week with the Top Cup Tokai Classic from the Miyoshi CC in. Picking up his first win in five years, and surprisingly his first win here, Shingo Katayama was the winner last year. As ever in Japan this will get underway around 11pm UK time on Wednesday evening the 1st October. The Course & Past Winners There are two courses at the Miyoshi CC and it is the longer West Course that is used for this event. It now stretches to 7,315 yards and is a par 72. It’s a tight tree lined course with lakes on a couple of holes, particularly the 470 yard par 4 last. The town of Miyoshi is a suburb to the east of the..
Premier League statistics - Goals based figures after 6 League matches
by tbuckley on 30 Sep at 22:58
Premier League statistics - Goals based figures after 6 League matches It's been absolutely brilliant watching all the action with seemingly lots of high tempo matches and lots of goals and so I thought that last week with 5 League games gone, was a good time to look at the goals statistics look in relation to the important betting markets such as Both Teams to Score, Average goals per game as well as Over 2.5 and 3.5 goals. I did that and hopefully those of you who read last weeks blog benefitted in some way and found it useful towards your weekends bets on the Premier League, the figures did actually work out quite well in the sense of highlighting several early season trends and did help highlight a selection of winning opportunities. I enjoyed doing it last week and with an..
Euro Football Predictor 2014 - WEEK 4 - Champions league (WE ARE BACK)
by botev1921 on 28 Sep at 21:44
After the great season we had last year and the tons of positive messages regarding our Weekly Euro Football Blog, we are back with a bigger team and even more determined to help you out with well-developed selections on the biggest European leagues and the Champions league. 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 (signalled out as CONSENSUS PICK) and add that to existing bets you have or mix and match the various European..
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