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  • Switzerland Best Bets for Euro 2016

    garethp1981 on 20 May at 22:00

    The Swiss national team, the “Nati” as it is often called in Switzerland should be reasonably familiar to anybody who watched England’s qualifying campaign for Euro 2016. The team finished second in that group behind England, who beat them 2-0 on both occasions that the two countries met. The Swiss still qualified reasonably easily, winning all of their other games except when being beaten 1-0 in Slovenia back in 2014. They won 21 points and finished with a reasonably healthy goal difference of +16. Managed by former Lazio manager Vladimir Petković and captained by Stephan Lichtsteiner of Juventus, the Swiss have a reputation for being solid defensively. In the 2006 World Cup they became the first team to be knocked out without conceding a single goal in normal time (they were knocked out on penalties) and they kept clean sheets…

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  • Dean & Deluca Invitational ( PGA Tour ) 2016 Preview

    The rabbit on 22 May at 11:34

    Ian Poulter is in Texas this week to compete in the Dean & Deluca Invitational ( known previously as the Crowne Plaza Invitational ) at the Colonial CC, Fort Worth, Texas. Ian has yet to win a stroke play golf tournament in the USA and has not been playing well this year with only one top 10 finish on the PGA Tour so far in 2016. The 2015 Masters champion Jordan Spieth is also competing along with Adam Scott who won here in 2014. The Dean & Deluca Invitational is the longest running event on the PGA tour still being held at the original site and was established in 1946. It is part of the FedExCup schedule and the winner will obtain 500 points. The past ten winners of this event with their final scores are - 2015 Chris Kirk - 12 2014…

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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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  • Belgium Best Bets and Analysis For Euro 2016

    RACHACE on 24 May at 14:40

    Euro 2016 Team Review Belgium Hello and welcome to my blog. This is a blog looking at the Belgian squad and reviewing their chances in the upcoming Euro 2016 championships in France with a view to hopefully being able to highlight a few profitable bets on them. Die Roten Teufel (The Red Devils, typical lol) have only competed in the European Championships 4 times in total. They qualified in 1970, 1980, 1984 & 2000 with their runners up place in Euro 1980 being their best finish to a European Championship. They qualified for this summers tournament having topped group B which had Wales, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Israel, Cyprus & Andorra in it. Their record was played 10, won 7, drawn 2 and with just the 1 defeat to Wales who also qualified from the group. Below…

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  • PBF EXPANDING THE CHESTER MAY MEETING.

    pompeybuster12 on 20 May at 19:06

    PBF MOVING CHESTER FORWARDS I thought it would be interesting to take a look at the ratings thrown up from CHESTERS MAY MEETING to see if we can take any pointers towards the bigger events ahead of us, The Dee Stakes is a timely reminder that the Derby is closing in and the season is well and truly underway, below are the top 100 ratings for the meeting , for the observant of you it is actually the top 103 ratings due to a stockpiling of figures in the mid-sixties. PBF CHESTER RATINGS Housesofparliament 84 Linguistic 84 Viren's Army 84 Cannock Chase 83 Wicklow Brave 83 Master Carpenter 82 Western Hymn 82 Gabrial 81 Platitude 81 Dartmouth 81 Justice Angel 80 Elidor 80 Reflektor 79 Cook Islands 79 Dark Red 78 Celebration 78 Cymro 78 American Artist 77 Father Christmas 77 Sir Maximilian 76 Battalion 76 Us Army Ranger 76 Big Amigo 76 Kachy 76 Red Verdon 75 Felix De Vega 75 Perfect Cracker 75 Kingston Kurrajong 75 Novelty Seeker 74 What About Carlo 74 Port Douglas 74 Alsaaden 74 El Astronaute 74 English Summer 73 Sennockian Star 73 Fire Fighting 73 Top Notch Tonto 73 Hillbilly Boy 73 Somehow 72 Kimberella 72 Roudee 72 Master Of Finance 72 Dance Of Fire 72 Moorside 71 Soldier In Action 71 Kingsley Klarion 71 Burano 71 Lord Franklin 71 Newera 71 Gabrial's Kaka 71 Powerallied 71 Indira 71 Diamonds Pour Moi 70 Maljaa 70 Ban Shoof 70 Repeater 70 Dessertoflife 69 Avon Breeze 69 Canny Kool 69 Energia Flavio 69 Golden Glimmer 69 Blithe Spirit 68 Growl 68 Ormito 68 Florencio 68 Arnold Lane 68 Mont Kiara 68 Captain…

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  • Royal Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot Key Race Trends - 15 June 2016

    Robmull on 24 May at 19:11

    The Royal Hunt Cup is a Class 2 Heritage Handicap for runners aged 3 years and older which is run over the full 1 mile of the straight course at Ascot on Wednesday, 15 June 2016 and is the biggest betting event on the second day of the Royal Ascot meeting. With an average field size of just over 28 runner hurtling down the straight course, the Royal Hunt Cup resembles an old fashioned cavalry charge and is always a fiendishly difficult event for punters to assess. During the past decade, just 1 market leader has obliged for a loss of 5.00 pts, with only a further 2 winners starting at single figure odds, whilst the exceptions were sent off at odds of 12/1, 14/1, 16/1, 20/1, 25/1, 28/1 and 33/1, which suggests that winners can come from just about…

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  • Bets and Betting on Sweden for Euro 2016

    Nicoista on 24 May at 13:54

    Bets and Betting on Sweden for Euro 2016 There were wild scenes after Sweden’s 4-3 aggregate success in the all Scandinavian play off against Denmark, that booked their place in France. Earlier they had looked like automatic qualification was on the cards, however, a poor September saw them lose against Russia to a single Dzyuba goal, then three days later getting turned over 4-1 at home against Austria. Austria were the surprise package in qualifying, topping the group with 28 points after starting the campaign at 8/1 for victory in Group G. Russia finished as runners up after their campaign took a turn for the better once they had parted company with Fabio Capello, finishing on 20 points 2 above Sweden. 1. AUSTRIA 28 +17 2. RUSSIA …

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