"This is a mid table clash between two sides with nothing to play for, and credit especially has to go with this being the penultimate game to Rayo, who have punched above their weight with the squad they have.
Getafe have struggled of late, but on paper they have a decent squad, and have won five of their last eight at home, which is solid form.
Rayo have been conceding a lot of goals on the road of late, they could find it hard here, and I do worry about their defence. "
"Nothing on this game for either side, but the champions are ending the season strongly, and should win at a Lorient side, who have looked to be on their holidays already of late.
PSG have not lost in the league since the 2nd of March, and have won four of their last five matches, and have had a couple of good wins of late, going to Lyon and winning 1-0, and last week they put relegated basement boys Brest to the sword 3-1.
Lorient have lost four of their last five, which included a devastating 4-0 loss in the French Cup semi finals against Evian, which has really killed off their season. "
"This is a bet that stands out to me, simply because Ian Poulter is really struggling at the minute, and everything seemed to come to a head last week in Bulgaria, where his performance in the Matchplay was very poor.
Poulter has played well at Wentworth recently, but Francesco Molinari was T7 here last year, and looked very comfortable on the course.
Francesco showed some good signs in the Matchplay last week, and I do think he's striking the ball better than his opponent in this bet. "
"Stuart Broad tore through the New Zealand batting lineup on day four of the first test at Lord's, and England will now feel they could really punish them in this second test in Leeds.
Looking at the first three days of that first test however, there was very little between the two teams, it was an exceptionally close matchup, and New Zealand might still be confident after doing so well in their home series.
Southee definitely impressed for New Zealand in the first test, and they have fast bowling attack to get some wickets on this pitch.
Showers are forecasted on Friday, and looking at how Yorkshire have got on in the county season, this pitch has got plenty of runs in it, so it could be tough for the bowlers.
England have not won any of their last three tests at Headingley, and I feel the value is backing the draw here, especially as it's a Bank Holiday. "
"O'Sullivan is the name on everyone's lips pre World Championships, insiders are saying he's in the form of his life, despite not playing any tournaments. since winning in Sheffield last year.
I don't want to be backing him on just hear say, so I've looked at the guys who have played well on tour this year, and the majority are in the bottom half of the draw, avoiding the Rocket.
Selby, Allen, Ding and my pick Robertson are all on the same half of the draw, but the Aussie won't play any of those names until at least the semi finals, if they win their matches, plus there's some in form guys like Barry Hawkins and Jack Lisowski in that quarter.
I think Ding could be very dangerous, but I like Robertson's draw, he's proven at the Crucible having won two years ago, and there's not as much pressure this year.
He's hit 44 centuries this year, fourth highest in the world, and was in very good form in winning the traditional pre Worlds ranking event, the China Open, hitting five centuries along the way. "
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