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Rochdale v Fleetwood Betting Tips & Odds – 20/03/18

Rochdale v Fleetwood Betting Tips & Odds – 20/03/18

In our Rochdale v Fleetwood betting preview we look at the best possible bets between the two sides.


Rochdale welcome Fleetwood to Spotland Stadium for a League One bottom of the table clash. With the run in to the end of the season fast approaching both teams will be looking for three points to assure their safety. Rochdale have lost just once in their last nine home League games. They’re currently in the relegation zone but have three games in hand on the majority of the teams around them, three points here will be a big boost for their survival hopes. Fleetwood are unbeaten since the appoint of John Sheridan as manager in late February. The Cod Army will be hoping the lower League specialist can keep them up.

Rochdale welcome Fleetwood for this League One bottom of the table clash

Rochdale have draw thirteen games this season

Rochdale have been within touching distance of the relegation zone all season. They are currently second bottom in the League, five points from safety. However, because of the teams FA Cup run, that saw them reach the last sixteen, and problems with their pitch they have played three games less than the majority of the teams around them. The faint of their season in is their own hands, winning all their games in hand will see them rise to seventeenth, four places above the relegation zone. If Rochdale can get a win here against a struggling Fleetwood side they will be well on their way for survival.

Rochdale have made themselves very hard to beat at home only losing three games at Spotland all season. However, they have only won four of the other games, drawing all they rest. They’re one of the League’s draw specialists, they’ve had a total of thirteen draws so far this season. If Rochdale had managed to win a couple of those draws they would be looking at a comfortable mid-table finish. With a relatively poor away record they will need to make the most out of their games at home and convert draws into a win. With one of the best home defensive records in the League it is their home form that will drag them out of the relegation zone if they can score some goals.

Rochdale have draw eight of their fifteen home games

Fleetwood are desperate for a win

Fleetwood were one of the teams tipped to finish inside the top six at the start of the season. They finished forth in the League last season, losing in the playoff semi-final. After a promising start to the season, that looked like they would have another chance at the playoffs, they have fallen away and are winless in nine League games. A six game losing run that saw Fleetwood drop from eleventh, seven points off the playoffs, to twentieth and five points off the relegation zone. That run cost Uwe Rosler his job, they now have survival specialist John Sheridan in-charge and have drawn their last three games.

The Cod Army have struggled for goals since the departure of highly rated Devante Cole to Wigan. They’ve only managed to score six goals in their last seven games. With John Sheridan’s appointment Fleetwood will be a lot more organised as a team and defend a lot better. The new manager has already got some good results with draws against playoff chasing Plymouth Argyle and Charlton. If Sheridan can get his team going forward and keep their defensive shape they should get back to the form that saw them finish forth last season. It will be a big shock if Fleetwood get relegated at the end of the season a couple of wins should see them safe.

Fleetwood are in desperate need of a win to avoid a relegation fight

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Classy Ronnie OSullivan Tipped To Win Players Championship Crown In Llandudno

A star-studded field will head to wales for the 2018 Players Championship, as the world's top-16 do battle in the showpiece ranking event, and it's Judd Trump that will line up as the reigning champion, but the Bristolian will face a whole host of rivals for this year's crown, which should be an entralling renewal of the event.

  • Ryan Day won Gibraltar Open at the weekend
  • Judd Trump won this event 12 months ago
  • Ronnie O'Sullivan heads the betting for Llandudno crown
19th March - 25th March Odds Won/Lost Bet
Players Championship      
Tips Ronnie O'Sullivan to win    Best Bet @ 9 / 4  

O'Sullivan The Clear Favourite

With only a month until the World Championships at the Crucible, the elite players will all be looking to find their best form, and if they are all playing at their best then there's one man that rises above the rest, and that is Ronnie O'Sullivan, who has been installed as the 9/4 favourite with William Hill to win this crown.

A dominant winner of the World Grand Prix earlier in the year, the Rocket has shown this season some of his best performances on the table, and with a fairly straight-forward opening clash with Graeme Dott the fans' favourite can go deep in this event, and it's hard to not see him claim his first Players Championship crown before shortening in the World Championships betting.

Fancied Contenders

All 15 players taking on O'Sullivan in Llandudno will fancy their chances of lifting the title, and reigning champion Trump will want to retain his crown, but he faces a tough opening clash against Stephen Maguire, and the man who has been struggling for any sort of consistency on the baize is an 8/1 shot with BetVictor, and it's hard to see him feature.

Mark Selby is another that has been blowing hot and cold of late, and despite the Jester from Leicester hovering around the 7/1 with Betfred, he may struggle to lift the trophy, and may focus this event on trying to get some things in place for the World Championships next month.

John Higgins is always a man to write off at your peril, but at 11/2 with BetVictor he is one of the key players that can challenge an in-form O'Sullivan, and he should cruise past Anthony McGill in their first round clash, and if he can find himself in the balls with frequency is a tough nut to crack, so he can go deep in the competition.

Best Of The Rest

Mark Wlliams lost to Joe Perry in the 2016 Players Championship final, and the Welshman will be aiming to go one better here, and having recaptured some of his best form of late, he could be a lively outsider at 18/1 with William Hill, along with Mark Allen (20/1) and Neil Robertson (14/1), but that pair have struggled for their best form of late, and along with Shaun Murphy (22/1) will find it tough to win this crown,

The most intriguing outsider is Ryan Day, who has been in terrific form of late, and was a winner of the Gilbraltar Open last week, which was only his second ranking title win this season, so if he can continue that good form then at 33/1 with Ladbrokes he is over-priced, and he could well shock the abovementioned Selby in their first-round clash, but yet again it's hard to look away from O'Sullivan bagging glory on the big stage once again.

2018 Players Championship Odds

*Odds correct as of 19th Mar, 09:55. Odds are subject to change.

Posted: Monday, 19th March 2018

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Jordan’s Football Tips: Here’s an Israeli good bet

ON a card like today I’d usually not bet but my research has flagged up a team who have been leaky of late and are essentially playing for nothing.

With only three games left in the Israel Leumit Liga, Bnei Lod host Herzliya with the home team still in with a chance of finishing in the promotion group.

Herzliya have already sealed a relegation play-off and conceded 2+ in five of their last six contests. Bnei Lod aren’t big scorers but not many teams are in this league.

They’ve only scored 10 goals at home this season, but five of those have come in three of their last four. The reverse tie saw a 4-2 win for Bnei Lod so you’d hope they at least half that effort still with something to play for.

The only pre-match odds available are with , with over 1.5 team goals a tasty looking 113-100.

I know zilch about the Israeli top flight let alone this one but stats speak and this looks worth a gamble. Expect odds to come in-play around 4,50pm with bet showing a few markets at the moment.

Jordan’s Tip

  • Bnei Lod to score 2+
  • (113-100, – 2.5pts

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Kings vs. Wild NHL Pick – March 19th

As we enter a new week in the NHL, the playoff race is starting to heat up with teams vying for a spot in the grandest tournament in hockey. It’s tight and may continue to be tight down to the last day of the regular season. The Kings are currently in a three-way tie with the Stars and Ducks with 84 points. Not far behind are the Blues with 83 points, and then you have the Avalanche with 86 points. If the playoffs were to begin today, the Stars would be the odd team out, as the Kings and Ducks barely get in.

With a few weeks left in the regular season, the standings right now may look a lot different then. The Wild are 5 points up on that group, which seems like a sizable cushion considering the bottleneck behind them. Nevertheless, it doesn’t take long to slide down the standings. Just ask the Carolina Hurricanes who were here yesterday and gone tomorrow.

The Wild are coming off a couple of wins in the desert, defeating the Golden Knights and Coyotes. It can be tricky heading down there, as many teams have learnt, but the Wild handled it well. They didn’t fall into the trap game after beating Vegas by a score of 4-2. There’s the Vegas flu and then there is the Vegas hangover. The wild managed to avoid both and come out of the desert with 4 important points. The Kings are on the road for the next four games, a critical stretch for them as they hope to stay in the mix as well. Head below for our free Kings vs. Wild pick on Monday in the NHL.

L.A. Kings vs. Minnesota Wild Pick

We’ve found out before, all it can take is a ticket to the playoffs for the Kings to go far. The Kings went 40-27-15 in 2011-12 to take the final seed of the playoffs. In fact, they had to win their final game of the regular season to squeeze in. The ensuing result was a Stanley Cup for the Kings, and the first 8th seed to win since the new playoff format was introduced in 1994. In other words, the Kings don’t need to be reminded of what they can do with a lower seed. They enter Monday with a record of 39-27-5, so nearly in line with 2011-12. The Kings are coming off a 3-0 loss to the Devils. It’s been since March 8th that we’ve seen them beat a quality opponent. The Wings and Canucks don’t count, but a 3-1 win over the Capitals is a nice win.

Elite play on defence has been difficult to find in this offensive heavy year, but the Kings are going to be the 2nd best team you will find. They are allowing 2.5 goals per game, trailing only the Nashville Predators. They catch a Wild team who have averaged 3.6 goals per game across their last ten. While guaranteeing a place in the playoffs is priority number 1, it’s going to be dangerous if they get home ice advantage for one of two rounds. The Wild have been tough to match at home, with an impressive mark of 24-6-5. L.A. haven’t won in Minnesota since November of 2014, as the Wild have topped them in four straight. It’s hard to pick against the Wild in this one.

PICK: WILD (-140)

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Snooker Players Championship Betting 2018 Winner Odds & Predictions

The eighth edition of the Snooker Players Championship starts on Monday, March 19th in Llandudno, Wales and this is the eighteenth ranking tournament of the current season. Heading back to the tournament as the reigning champion is Judd Trump after his success over Marco Fu last season. This is a 16-man tournament which will run for a week, the final being held on March 25th.

Reigning Champion

Judd Trump got his hands on the title last season and his big challenge really was getting past Ronnie O’Sullivan in the quarter finals. He met up with Marco Fu in the final and it was a tense struggle between the two of them as well. Fu didn’t manage to get a century break in the match, while Trump landed four of them and finished with the tournament’s highest break of 136 in the eighth frame.

Snooker Players Championship winner odds*

Ronnie O’Sullivan 9/4, John Higgins 5/1, Mark Selby 7/1, Judd Trump 8/1, Neil Robertson 12/1, Mark Williams 12/1, Ding Junhui 14/1, Shaun Murphy 18/1, Mark Allen 18/1, Ryan Day 20/1, Kyren Wilson 25/1, bar 28/1* (betting odds taken on March 18th, 2018 at 11:07 p.m.)


It is a pretty straightforward affair for qualification requirements. The top sixteen on the one-year ranking list (up to and including the Gibraltar Open) for the season gets their places.

The Draw

The draw will be split out over the seeds, so the top seed plays the bottom seed, the second seed plays the second from bottom seeds and so on.

1 Ronnie O’Sullivan
2 Mark Williams
3 John Higgins
4 Judd Trump
5 Luca Brecel
6 Shaun Murphy
7 Mark Selby
8 Ding Junhui
9 Mark Allen
10 Ryan Day
11 Kyren Wilson
12 Neil Robertson
13 Stephen Maguire
14 Anthony McGill
15 Yan Bingtao
16 Graeme Dott

So that means that the draw for the round of sixteen is

Top Half
Ronnie O’Sullivan v Graeme Dott
Ding Junhui v Mark Allen
Luca Brecel v Neil Robertson
Judd Trump v Stephen Maguire

Bottom Half
John Higgins v Anthony McGill
Shaun Murphy v Kyren Wilson
Mark Selby v Ryan Day
Mark Williams v Yan Bingtao

Ronnie O’Sullivan

Last season O’Sullivan lost out to Judd Trump in the quarter finals and the two would be on a for a mouth-watering collision course in this season’s semi-final. So there is a tricky road ahead for both of them. The opposition there in O’Sullivan’s quarter isn’t all that tough for him to get through if he is on song. He’ll be looking to add to his World Grand Prix title won back at the end of February. You would get the feeling that he gets past Trump the title is his.

John Higgins

John Higgins bombed last season in the first round, losing a decider in his opener against Ding Junhui. He is short in the odds because of his win at the Welsh Open recently. That was his second title this season. He has a pretty shocking record though at the Players Championship and is worth skipping over.

Mark Selby

Mark Selby’s form really isn’t going to be instilling too much confidence into any punter at the moment. A semi-final at the World Grand Prix is really all that he has to speak of in his current form and hasn’t been on top of his game and looks vulnerable. He exited with a heavy loss against Marco Fu in last season’s quarter finals of the Players Championship.

Judd Trump

After his back to back semi finals at the Scottish Open and the German Masters, Trump hasn’t quite been at his best. However, there was a bit better from him at the non-ranking Romanian Masters last week where he made the quarter finals. He should definitely be in the mix in this one as he has a comfortable draw. Would he be able to take down O’Sullivan again if it came to it?

Each Way Options

Ryan Day at 20/1 odds with *** heads up * (betting odds taken on March 18th, 2018 at 11:07 p.m.) the each way options. He just busted out a win at the Romanian Open in early March for the second ranking tournament of the season. He followed that up with a win at the Romanian Masters too last weekend, a non-ranking event. He hasn’t been past the second stage of the Players Championship from his four previous visits though.

Kyren Wilson is the other each-way option at 25/1 with **** (betting odds taken on March 18th, 2018 at 11:07 p.m.) and he is carrying good form into the tournament. He made the quarter finals of the Gibraltar Open and then made the semi-finals at the Romanian Open last week so hasn’t been in bad form at all. This will only be his second crack at the Players Championship though.

O’Sullivan should handle things in the top half of the draw and a potential showdown with Trump should be a great thing to see. Of them, it is probably worth riding O’Sullivan to edge the battle because when he is on his game he’s unstoppable. From the bottom half of the table, there are a lot of good players there without any of them really being in any kind of form. So it is worth having an each way punt on either Wilson or Day.

Punter lands €100k but misses the million at Cheltenham Festival

There was a double success for punter Gary Brennan, who not only won a trip to the Cheltenham Gold Cup recently courtesy of Paddy Power but on the day before, smashed the very same bookmaker for a whopping €100,000 win on the horses.

On Thursday at the Cheltenham Festival, Brennan had stuck down a 50 cent each-way Lucky 63, which cost €63 on six of the seven winners at the Festival on the day. With the first five of his selections all coming home successfully it left a lot riding on his selection for the final race, which was Squouateur 11/2.

Brennan’s five winners out of seven races were with Shattered Love (6/1), Delta Work (10/1), Balko Des Flos (14/1), Penhill (12/1) and The Storyteller 7/1 left everything on a tense finish.

Had Squouateur landed the win, the punter would have struck a million Euro win, however, the horse only finished third for that sixth and final leg of the bet.

The potential returns for the Lucky 63 at Paddy Power were €908,623.55 which includes a 25% bonus that would have applied.

Shattered Love – 6/1, 13:30 Cheltenham
Delta Work – 10/1, 14:10 Cheltenham
Balko Des Flos – 14/1, 14:50 Cheltenham
Penhill – 12/1, 15:30 Cheltenham
The Storyteller – 7/1, 16:10 Cheltenham
Squouateur – 11/2, 17:30 Cheltenham

Still, with an added €13,473.56 in bonuses from the winning selections, Brennan’s total winnings came to €108,076.19

Premier League Relegation Odds – March 2018 Updates

Heading into the March international break it is a good time to take stock of the state of play in the Premier League relegation betting at ***. Teams will get a break now, a good chance for some of their players to get a rest ahead of the final run-in. There are going to be some tense times ahead for those in the relegation mix, which still number plenty. Just four points separate 18th placed Southampton and 13th placed Newcastle going into the international break. There should be plenty of tension and drama down the line.

Premier League relegation odds*

West Brom 1/125, Stoke 4/11, Huddersfield 11/8, Southampton 15/8, West Ham 5/2, Swansea 5/1, Crystal Palace 13/2, bar 16/1* (betting odds taken on March 18th, 2018 at 9:42 p.m.)

West Brom

The Baggies are ten points adrift of safety now and looking pretty much down and out. They have created a seven-match losing streak for themselves and with just three wins all season, it’s hard to see them putting together a remarkable run of wins to see themselves safe. It’s not going to happen and they just fell apart again last weekend in a loss at Bournemouth. With games against Man Utd, Liverpool and Spurs still to come, there are few opportunities left for them to get safe.
Burnley (h), Swansea’s (h), Man Utd (a), Liverpool (h), Newcastle (a), Spurs (h), Crystal Palace (a)


After back to back wins in the league, the Potters are on a seven-match winless streak of form in the Premier League now and just can’t seem to do enough to get themselves out of the drop zone. There has been a lack of output from them, having failed to score in six of their last eleven league outings. They have looked tougher since Paul Lambert took over, but still, the wins are happening for them, and their lack of away form is a massive concern. The most troubling thing for them really is that they didn’t take advantage of a good run of easier fixtures from mid-January through to the beginning of March. What situation are they going to be in ahead of their last two fixtures against Palace and Swansea?
Arsenal (a), Spurs (h), West Ham (a), Burnley (h), Liverpool (a), Crystal Palace (h), Swansea (a)


With Mark Hughes coming in and landing the Saints a win at the first time of asking, taking out Wigan in the FA Cup, there will be a renewed belief that the Saints can get themselves out of their mess. They go into the break third from bottom and with just the one win since the end of November. They have only lost two since early January though so they have battled pretty well, and Hughes can get them fired up enough to potentially see them safe. You will probably see a lot more effort coming from them. They probably have the best chance of the bottom three of actually surviving and are 2/5 odds at *** to stay up* (betting odds taken on March 18th, 2018 at 9:42 p.m.).
West Ham (arsenal (vs), Chelsea (h), Leister (a), Bournemouth (h), Everton (a), Man City (h)

West Ham

The Hammers are tanking pretty badly having lost four of their last five and each of their last three. Their defence has been an absolute shambles as well, shipping eleven goals in their last three games. While the four goals they shipped against Liverpool is excusable, the fact that they have conceded three against Brighton and Burnley, as well as four against Swansea in their last five games, should have alarm bells ringing very loudly indeed. The Irons are slumping badly and their first game back after the break against Southampton is going to be massive for them. if they don’t get anything out of that and their game against Stoke, they could be in huge trouble.
Southampton (h), Chelsea (a), Stoke (h), Arsenal (a), Man City (h), Leicester (a), Everton (h)

Crystal Palace

The Eagles got themselves a huge three points with an away win at Huddersfield before the international break. That was the boost they need after a tough run of games. The Eagles were on a seven-match winless streak of form (D2 L5) before that win and that should give them tremendous confidence coming down the final straight as well. Aside from a game against Liverpool when they get back after their break, it isn’t a bad fixture list ahead of them to the end of the season. They could have enough to stay up and their last two games against Stoke and West Brom could see them facing already relegated sides by then.
Liverpool (h), Bournemouth (a), Brighton (h), Watford (a), leicester (h), Stoke (a), West Brom (a)


Following their loss against Crystal Palace just before the international break, the Terriers received plenty of backing to be one of the sides to tumbling to relegation this season. They are winless in three with just the one point picked up in that sequence and when they come back from the break, they have to hit the ground running because they have a really tough run in. There is going to be little chance for them inside their last four games of the season to pick up salvation points, so earning as much as they can over their next three games is going to crucial for them. They could be in big danger going forward.
Newcastle (a), Brighton (a), Watford (h), Chelsea (a), Everton (h), Man City (a), Arsenal (h)

Premier League Predictions

West Brom are obviously going to be playing in the Championship next season, but who is likely to go down with them? Huddersfield would get our nod because they have pretty much just run out of easy games and the two important ones as soon as they get back are both on the road (at Newcastle and Brighton). Stoke just don’t look as if they have the output at the end of the day to get themselves safe and it could be a tight tussle between them and West Ham to stay up.

Of the two we would lean towards Stoke going down. Their two tough games back against Spurs and Arsenal could just knock the wind out of them. A relegation treble of Stoke/West Brom/Huddersfield is at 5/2 odds with **** (betting odds taken on March 18th, 2018 at 9:42 p.m.).

FA Cup Semi Final Draw, Winner Odds & Predictions

After an exciting weekend of FA Cup quarter-final action and with no waiting around for any replays, the final four are set for this season’s competition. Chelsea, Spurs, Southampton and Manchester United are the last four teams left standing and the heavyweight showdown of the Wembley semi-final matches is Man Utd v Tottenham.

Tottenham made light work of Swansea on the weekend, beating the Welsh club 3-0 at the Liberty Stadium in what could have been a tricky game for the Lilywhites. But they sailed through without the injured Harry Kane and will join Manchester United, who were once again largely uninspiring as they took a 2-0 home win over Brighton.

Sunday saw Mark Hughes win at the first time of asking as the new Southampton boss as they avoided a banana skin out at the DW Stadium against Wigan, who had eliminated Manchester City there in the last round. So that was a job pretty well done by the Saints who will go to Wembley to face Chelsea. The Blues put in a spirited effort on the road at the King Power against Leicester, with Pedro netting an extra time winner for them.

FA Cup Winner Odds*

Tottenham 2/1, Man Utd 9/4, Chelsea 13/8, Southampton 14/1* (betting odds taken at 9:17 p.m. on March 18th, 2018)

Semi Final Odds*

Chelsea 3/9, Draw 7/2, Southampton 11/2
Tottenham 6/4, Man Utd 9/4, Draw 9/4* (betting odds taken at 9:17 p.m. on March 18th, 2018)


Tottenham will have something of an advantage in their tie because of them playing their home games at Wembley this season and knowing the stadium and conditions well there. Manchester United are really struggling to get out of second gear in matches and Spurs should be able to make the most of this opportunity. As for the other semi final, the open spaces that Chelsea should enjoy on the Wembley pitch should see them through which should set up a thrilling London derby for the Final.

Jordan’s US Sports Tips: Pelicans fit the bill

HOPEFULLY no nuggets laid tonight. The Pelicans spread has been all over the shop but seems to have settled now with them being shaded.

Like Mar I think it will be a low scorer, and if Boston win it won’t be by many.

Earlier in the season I would have fancied the Wolves over Houston but 27 wins in your last 30 games isn’t to be sniffed at.

NBA Double

  • Pelicans +5.5 (10pm)
  • Rockets -2.5 (11pm)
  • (42-50, – 5 points

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Alan Thomson’s Tips: A write good chance

SPORTSWRITER (3.55) could well continue Charlie Appleby’s amazing recent run by landing the novice stakes at Lingfield.

Appleby has sent out five winners from his last six runners and Sportswriter almost added to that tally at Newcastle when beaten a nose by a well-touted Hugo Palmer newcomer, Morning Skye. He has another Godolphin youngster to beat in hat-trick seeking Beautiful Memory, but looks the pick in receipt of weight.

RELEVANT (5.25) has the assistance of Serena Brotherton in the amateur riders’ handicap and Stuart Williams’s filly will be very hard to knock out of the frame if repeating her course and distance second to Ed Dunlop’s Colourful Career at the end of December. Stall four is a good draw and there is a lot of dead wood in the line-up.

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Mr Fixit’s Top Tips: Griez lightning but Atletico a letdown

THE Super Single’s back in profit after I followed St Mirren’s success with Antoine Griezmann to score for Atletico Madrid.

Griezmann gave me a 3,7pts profit but there was no joy on the two trebles.

Atletico’s late collapse at Villarreal beat the Top Treble and it was two out of three on the both to score treble with Crotone letting me down.

Seemed to be a pretty tough day all round so well done to any winners.

Not much to look at on Monday night as we build up to a meaningless round of international friendlies. Will see if I can dig anything out in the morning.

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March Advised Accas Total: +12.85pts

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Darts Tips: @Lockuptipster’s Premier League Darts Outrights

WITH three fixtures to go, there will be a race to avoid the drop before Judgement Night, which was scheduled to be on Maundy Thursday in less than two weeks, but has been pushed back a week to allow for the cancelled event back in week five.

There is in my view a four horse race battling to avoid the bottom two as Judgement Night approaches on April 5th 2018.

Contenders for the drop

Gerwyn Price – 2/13 for the drop with Sportingbet

Poor Gerwyn has been on the wrong side of 7-5 in a game he should have taken atleast a point from and lost against Barney. Gerwyn has learnt a lot from this process and has three games left (Cross, Smith and Whitlock) and his opponents will all be throwing first.

Price has the worse leg difference and least legs won against the throw although when he is at the double, is more than respectably mid table on his checkout success. It was only a few years ago where 40% checkout success was considered match winning. In the premier league appears to be standard.

Purely on stats the chances of survival is not great especially on legs won against the throw. I think at 2/13 layers are willing to take this on in the slim chance Gerwyn causes an upset.

Gezzy’s ultimate goal is six points from the last three, although realistically if he were to get three points this may not be enough. I do think Gerwyn has nothing to lose now and all the pressure should be taken off, so he can perform in the majestic style we have been accustomed to.

Betfair and Paddy Power are taking 4/7 the Welsh Ace finishes bottom of the table and in fairness I cannot argue with this price with support of the stats and he is against the throw in all of the last three games.


Peter Wright – 7/2 for the drop with Sportingbet

A credit to Glenn Woodage, odds compiler at Sportingbet for putting out the best price for Wright for the drop. I have generally found Glenn to be one of the elite judges in Darts, and have had the privilege of great off air conversations.

Peter Wright can be viewed as having a sluggish start. Albeit a pro tour final last weekend, form has been patchy, and to Wright’s detriment continually changing his set up has not paid dividends. I cannot recall seeing it anywhere else, but his illness just before Christmas has affected Wright in what I may call controversial but Wright had noticeably lost timber and ever since his performances have not been at the grand heights of what we have been led to expect.

However, Wright is a player that plays in nearly every event and I see him pulling out of his current spot at second bottom in the Premier League.

Daryl Gurney – 6/4 for the drop with Paddy Power

Superchin entered the Premier League with a major title under his belt from last October and his performances have been under par with some lucky results going his way. He managed to capture a draw against Whitlock with several match darts and this has been where his fall has been.

His 6/4 price for relegation is partially based on the showdown with Suljovic next week where Gurney has the advantage of throwing first.

The strengths of Gurney is his ability to power score especially netting the most maximums thus far with 23.His checkout conversion is the lowest of the participants, whereas Mensur’s is the best conversion. Superchin’s overall average is just shy of 97, and Mensur’s is in excess of 3.5 points ahead of the Irishman.

Next week the pair face off, and feel Mensur will continue to play the style he is accustomed to, which will not help the rhythm based Gurney. I think Gurney with Cross and Wright will have no easier opportunities, although he wll throw first in all of the next three, but will in our eyes not be enough to see through to phase two.


Mensur Suljovic – 11/10 for the drop with ***

As mentioned above, we think Gurney out of the pair will be the one to go and has a favourable leg difference to Daryl, where we think the layers at Paddy Power are favouring their Irishman Gurney over the Austrian Ace.

On stats, Suljovic should not end in the bottom two. however Mensur should consider getting the job done and not leaving it to the final night where he faces MVG.

Mensur’s stats have the class, although he will need the results and do see Suljovic getting out of this one.

Other markets

The nine dart finish is a market which has held some price, and 5/6 with *** for no nine darter appeals

The perfect leg has been accomplished eight times since the inception of the competition in 2005. Barney (2) Taylor (3) Whitlock (1) and Lewis (2) are the only players to have achieved this.

The last one was in 2017 when Lewis achieved this. However just Barney and Whitlock are in this competition and the likes of MVG and Anderson have not sealed this outcome in the years of their involvement and endeavour come the conclusion at the o2 we will not have seen one.


  • No 9 dart finish – 5/6 *** 2pts


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Auburn vs Clemson – NCAA March Madness Pick for March 18th

Clemson Tigers (24-9) at Auburn Tigers (26-7)

The betting line information used for this article was taken from sportsbetting.ag at 10:00 AM PST on 3-18-18. Some odds may have changed.

The Madness continued to roll yesterday as teams punched their tickets to the Sweet 16. The headliner on the day was Loyola Chicago upsetting number three ranked Tennessee 63-62 on a last-second bucket and free throw.

Speaking of a last-second bucket, none were better than the one Michigan Wolverines freshman Jordan Poole delivered. Poole pulled up from thirty feet as time expired and nailed the deep three to give the Wolverines the win at the buzzer over Houston, 64-63.

We picked up a betting win as we backed the Gonzaga Bulldogs -3-points against the Ohio State Buckeyes. If you watched just the first couple of minutes of this game and turned it off, you missed out on a great second half of action. It looked like Gonzaga was going to give a repeat performance of the 27-point beating they put on the Buckeyes earlier this season as the Zags jumped out to a 15-0 lead.

The Buckeyes battled all the way back and had the lead and the momentum at 67-62, with just over six minutes to play. Mark Few was able to rally his troops and this battle-tested Zags team regained their composure and dominated the final five minutes of action, eventually taking the game 90-84.

The last two minutes of this game were marred by bad calls and poor officiating and saw a combined twenty-eight points scored between the two teams in the games final two minutes. Poor officiating aside, it was a hard-fought game and the Zags win, cover, and advance to their fourth straight Sweet 16.

Today I will look at two more teams looking to keep their national championship dreams alive as the Auburn Tigers face the Clemson Tigers.

The SEC regular-season champion Auburn Tigers will look to advance to the next weekend of action tonight as they play the Clemson Tigers. This is a four seed-five seed matchup featuring two teams that spent the entire season ranked in the top twenty-five nationally.

The Auburn Tigers are -2-point favorites. The game total over-under is set at 146 points. Tipoff is scheduled for 4:10 PM PST from Viejas Arena in San Diego, California.

This game is about as close as they come. It is a four-five matchup. Entering the tournament, the Auburn Tigers were ranked #19 in the AP Poll, the Clemson Tigers? They were #20. On kenpom.com, the industries most accurate power ranking? Auburn came in at #18, Clemson at #19. These teams are so close they even share the same nickname, the Tigers! So, what will we look at tonight to separate these two in a must-win game? Coaching.

Clemson head coach Brad Brownell has been on the job at Clemson since 2010 and hadn’t advanced past the round of 64 in the NCAA tournament before their first-round victory over New Mexico State this year.

The Tigers hadn’t even made the tournament since his first year as head coach in 2010. Brownell was on the hot seat heading into this year, and it appears the team’s success this season has bought him at least one more season at the helm.

For the Auburn Tigers, they don’t at all have doubts in their head coach Bruce Pearl. Pearl is a coaching veteran that has now taken three teams to the NCAA tournament. Pearl took the Milwaukee Panthers to two NCAA tournaments in his four years as head coach, including a trip to the Sweet 16 in 2004. Pearl then moved on to the University of Tennessee and took the Vols to the NCAA tournament all six years he was head coach.

That run included three trips to the Sweet 16 and a trip to the Elite 8. It has taken Pearl a couple of years to get Auburn up to speed, but now that he has established the program as an elite one, he enjoyed great success this season.

Auburn has never been known as a basketball school. The football crazy school hadn’t made the NCAA basketball tournament since 2003. Pearl has them back into the tournament in his fourth season as head coach. Taking three different programs to the tournament is a special accomplishment that not many coaches can brag about. Pearl knows how to get to the tournament, and how to win games when he gets there.

This line opened at Auburn -1.5-points and has now shifted to Auburn -2-points. And I can see why. While these teams are very closely rated, Auburn did win the regular season title in the SEC this season, while Clemson finished third in the ACC.

Yeah, the ACC was likely a little bit better of a league as they got nine teams into the tournament, but don’t discount the SEC this year. The SEC got a league record eight teams into the big dance, and the league has had a very successful start to the tourney with a 6-2 record after the first couple of days of play.

The ACC? They are just 6-4 and suffered the loss of their league champion, Virginia, in the first round. The true measure of how good a league was, is the NCAA tournament. And right now, the SEC looks like it might have been the best league in the country this year.

I am going to take the slightly more accomplished team, with the much more experienced coach and lay the -2-points in this one. Bruce Pearl seems to always find a way to win in the tournament, and I expect more of that tonight. Give me the Auburn Tigers -2-points tonight!

The Bet: Auburn Tigers -2 points

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Championship Promotion and Play Off Odds & Predictions

The race for a place in the Premier League next season will resume after the international break, which gives teams a nice chance to catch themselves a breather. The race for the automatic promotion spots has really opened up now with Wolves and Cardiff both looking locked in to gain an automatic spot in the top flight next season. But there is a tight scrap beneath them though for the play off spots and between fifth place and 10th, there are the just the four points separating things. There could be a dramatic finish now for the teams who (mostly) have eight games left to play.


Wolves seem to have recovered themselves after a bit of a dip in form. They have won three of their last four games now and have managed to hold a six-point lead over second placed Cardiff. They have been the quality side of the entire league all season and should have enough to get over the line. The only real question is whether or not they will be able to hold on to top spot ahead of Cardiff who have been surging and who do have a game in hand to make up still. Regardless, Wolves will be going up as they have a thirteen point lead over third-placed Fulham.


Pretty much in the same boat as Wolves really. Their form has been stunning since a four-match losing streak over the Christmas period. They have put together a seven-match winning streak and are unbeaten in eleven (W9 D2). They get an extra rest because their game against Derby last weekend was called off because of the weather. The hard thing though will be coming back and keeping that momentum going because they were on such a hot streak and a break can often throw a spanner in those works. Still, for a squad whose lack of depth has been questioned, they are doing pretty well.


Arguably the Cottagers are the best side in the league. Throw away standings and look at quality and Fulham would fully deserve a place in the top flight. They are a positive side, full of goals and the have big form behind them as well, not having lost a single league game since a 1-0 loss out at Sunderland back in the middle of last December. They are one of the best home sides around and only Wolves have managed to score more goals than the Cottagers have done. Their best hope of automatic promotion is if Cardiff can’t pick up where they left off after the international break. They will be in the top six and right now they are the best side in the play-off positions and are worth a look at BetVictor to win the play offs.

Aston Villa

Just when Villa was coming on strongly, their momentum was thwarted by back to back defeats against side from the bottom half of the table (QPR and Bolton). So that will have left them scratching their heads and wondering where things have gone wrong. Really with that dip in form, their chances of getting into the top two have slipped away and are likely just going to have to hold down the play off spot. Which they should still do with no troubles at all, especially on the back of just how good they are at home.


The last time that Derby won a league game was back at the start of February and that is their only victory since mid-January as well. They are just struggling with form and maybe the break will do them good because they need to shake things up. They have almost gone from one of the stronger contenders for a play off spot to almost falling out of the top six because of their slump in form. The thing about this is that there are good enough teams behind them in form to knock them out of the play offs. They may be worth backing to miss out on a top six


Boro have started to find some consistency, really for the first time this season and they are looking as if they can make a run at the play offs. They get a tough game back though from the international break as they face leaders Wolves, but Boro are in fine fettle at home and will be up for that. Just on the basis of current form and how well they are playing with confidence, Boro looks a stronger certainly at a top six finish than Derby does.

Bristol City, Preston, Sheffield United and Millwall

These are all in the chasing pack, although Millwall are the ones with the most work do to from this point, being four points out of the play off places. However, they are in fantastic form at the moment, more so than the likes of Derby and Bristol City above them. Bristol City’s season really came undone with their epic EFL Cup run and they haven’t looked the same since. They aren’t winning consistently enough to look strong, but if Derby keeps slipping the Robins can get in there.

Sheffield United’s season has come unravelled and like Bristol City, they don’t look as if they have the consistency left to get a good run together. Preston could be the surprise package of the lot. They have been so quietly consistent all season long that they have a good chance of making this a play off season. They look the best out of the chasing pack to hold their nerve and are 7/2 at BetVictor to make the play offs* (betting odds taken on March 18th, 2018 at 10:33 p.m.).

Championship Promotion Odds*

Wolves 1/100, Cardiff 1/8, Fulham 6/5, Aston Villa 2/1, Middlesbrough 5/1, Derby 5/1, Bristol City 12/1, Preston 14/1, bar 16/1* (betting odds taken on March 18th, 2018 at 10:33 p.m.).

Championship To Six Finish Odds*

Derby 9/20, Middlesbrough 4/6, Bristol City 15/8, Sheffield United 7/2, Preston 16/5, Millwall 14/1, bar 25/1* (betting odds taken on March 18th, 2018 at 10:33 p.m.).

To Win Play Offs Odds*

Fulham 2/1, Aston Villa 10/3, Middlesbrough 9/2, Derby 6/1, Bristol City 12/1, Cardiff 16/1, Preston 16/1, bar 20/1* (betting odds taken on March 18th, 2018 at 10:33 p.m.).


Wolves should go on to win the league from here, with Cardiff joining them in the top flight. It’s hard to see either of them slipping now from this position. Fulham and Aston Villa will continue to do enough to lock down play off places and then it’s the tough stuff of who fills the other two play off spots. Middlesbrough are the ones who are looking most assured really of them and Preston, who are a lower scoring side than anyone above, could win their place through consistency alone.

March 18th, 2018 NHL Betting Tips

Written by Scott on Sunday, March 18th, 2018

We had two over tips yesterday but both stayed under.

We had over 6 in the Lightning vs Bruins game  but only one team showed up as the Bruins won 3-0.  With the win the Bruins moved to within 2 points of the Lightning for first place in the East with a game in hand.  This was the first time this season that the Lightning were shutout.  David Backes left the game in the first period after getting cut above his knee which needed 18 stitches to be fixed.

We also had over 6 in the Canadiens vs Maple Leafs game.  No Andersen, No Matthews No problem for the Leafs who won 4-0.  This was the 12th straight home win for the Leafs.  Andreas Johnsson scored his first NHL goal.  It’s always nice to see someone get their first career goal but to see the excitement of his teammates for the rookie scoring his first is also a cool thing.

The playoffs are fast approaching.  We have one team already clinched and 3 teams eliminated.  Both of these numbers are going to increase with each passing day.

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Stars vs Jets Betting Tips:

 The Stars haven’t been able to get a win in their last 4 games and this losing skid is coming at a bad time.  They are in the final wildcard spot but the 9th place Ducks are tied with them at 84 points.

The Jets are cruising along.  They are in 2nd in the Central and it looks like they will be getting some key players back.  Scheifele and Lowry are expected back as well as Enstrom.

This is the 4th meeting of these teams this season with the Jets winning the first 3 by a combined score of 14-6.  I see that trend continuing.

Jets in regulation – 1u

Canada: 1.97 Odds at Sports Interaction
USA: -105 Odds at Bovada
Everyone Else: 1.95 Odds at ***

(Odds correct as of 2018/03/18 9:52:32 AM EST but are subject to change.)

Blues vs Blackhawks Betting Tips:

The Blues are seeing their playoff picture fade away and things aren’t going to be easier with news that Tarasenko is going to miss some time with an upper body injury.  They’re in 10th in the West and 3 points behind the final wild card spot.

The Hawks have been garbage this year.  But this is a huge rivalry game for them and they will show up for this one.  They are all but eliminated from the playoffs and are now playing for pride and employment next year.

The last 4 games between these two teams have had high totals of 7, 6, 5 and 10.

Over 5.5 incl OT – 0.5u 

Canada: 1.95 Odds at ***
USA: -108 Odds at BetOnline
Everyone Else: 1.95 Odds at ***

(Odds correct as of 2018/03/18 9:52:32 AM EST but are subject to change.)

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