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IT'S Champions Day at Ascot today as the flat season signs off in style. There are 5 group 1 races plus the captivating Balmoral Handicap with 20 runners over the straight mile. I also have a horse that I fancy over fences at Ffos Las at a nice price.
Stradivarius might drift to a backable price before the off – something like 6/4 would be acceptable I think – but he has had a tough season and probably doesn’t want this soft ground. I think Thomas Hobson was the each way choice during the week when there were still more than 8 runners.
There are now only 6 runners so the each way option isn’t appealing. This one is no bet for me unless there is a drift with Stradivarius.
This is a really tough race to work out. The Tin Man is probably the most solid proposition but his price is short enough for a competitive race like this with 14 runners. Harry Angel is undoubtedly the best horse in the race on all known form but he has had issues this season including a bad experience in the stalls last time here and he is probably too risky.
The one that I like is BRANDO who has the benefit of Jamie Spencer on board. Spencer is a bit of a Marmite character but even his critics couldn’t argue that he has an excellent record at Ascot. Brando is consistent and enjoys the softer ground he will encounter today and with the extra place terms on offer I think he is a solid each way proposition.
In this one I think Lah Ti Dar is the one to side with but the price is a bit short for me to recommend a bet.
Roaring Lion is a really solid prospect here over a mile provided that he enjoys the softer ground. The one that I think is totally overpriced though is LAURENS. She has hardly put a foot wrong all season, winning 4 Group 1s. If she takes to the soft ground she will be the one to give Roaring Lion most to think about. With additional place terms available she looks a sensible each way bet to me.
Cracksman just hasn’t been the same horse this season and I wouldn’t back him wtih Mr Fix It’s money at the current odds-on price. The clear and obvious alternative is CRYSTAL OCEAN who is top class and is actually rated higher than Cracksman on official ratings after a really good season. 11-4 is a really good price considering that the others aren’t quite up to the same standard.
There are 20 runners in this one and I can make a case for almost all of them to one extent or another. That tells me that the favourites are probably not great value despite obvious attractions. Raising Sand is a horse I tipped at 40-1 a few weeks back and we sneaked in a place return with the extra place terms. He has subsequently won his next race and although an obvious choice on soft ground he is now a bit short in the market at 11-2.
Via Via is another who is attractive on this ground but he isn’t weighted particularly well. I have also been banging on about Escobar for a couple of months now and I am convinced that he is still well handicapped. A mile in soft ground will probably stretch his stamina but at 66-1 if anyone is keen on a small each way please don’t let me put you off.
I have settled on two though that I am going to recommend. The first is HATHAL with Jamie Spencer in the plate. I mentioned Spencer earlier and his record over a mile at Ascot really is excellent. He rides the track so well and will be a real benefit to this horse who is very classy and enjoys soft ground. I can see him being timed to perfection by Spencer arriving late to nab the race on the line.
My second choice is WAARIF who I have been following all season with great success – he already has 4 wins and several good placed efforts at nice prices. This demands another personal best today in probably the toughest race he has had so far. He keeps improving though and is a really competitive animal. Soft ground is no problem at all and the straight mile will also be ideal. Once again I think he is overpriced and can sign off for the season with another cracking run.
COOLE CODY was excellent over hurdles last season and goes chasing now in a really competitive novice chase. He is a former point to point horse and to look at him you would think he is a natural chaser. I am slightly concerned that his price is so big but I’m hoping that we are getting value as a result of some horses from higher profile yards at the top of the betting. I’m chancing an each way bet on him and we’ll also follow his fortunes over the course of the jumps season.
Enjoy the racing today and good luck!
TWO teams at the top of their respective divisions come head to head here and I suspect goals may be on the menu.
It may not be a repeat of Billericay's 9-1 cup demolition of Whitehawk two weeks ago but I think both sides will contribute to the tally.
Taunton may play in the third tier of non-league football but this will be a tough test for Billericay after destroying St Albans 5-2 in the previous round – this is a big game for both sides with the victors sealing a place in the FA Cup first-round proper so passions will be high and Taunton will be looking for a repeat of their 2017 run which saw them reach that magical first round!
Twenty-three goals in 11 league matches show Taunton’s attacking threat and the fitness levels of the squad were described as “phenomenal” by outgoing manager Leigh Robinson. With a strong midfield unit, the travelling side should provide plenty of challenge to a tired-looking Billericay who may still be without star striker Ricky Modeste.
One selection I like the look of and it’s a calculated gamble so stakes need to reflect that.
The Chicago Blackhawks, formerly the class of the Western Conference, have been finding it difficult to find that same stroke. The Blackhawks won two Stanley Cups behind Jonathan Toews and Pat Kane in 2010 and 2015. Toews and Kane is still here, but their supporting cast has been severely diminished. Corey Crawford is in net as well, along with Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook on the blueline. However, Keith and Seabrook have missed a major step as they get older.
And for Crawford, he’s struggled to stay healthy and saving the day behind an old defence. Keith and Seabrook were a powerful duo in their prime, but they’re well past that time in their career. Keith at 35 years old and Seabrook, 33, are getting passed by younger players on the ice. Figuratively and literally, as their legs are failing to keep pace with younger talent in the league.
Corey Crawford made his return to the ice and was immediately greeted with a 4-1 loss against the Arizona Coyotes. Cam Ward has previously been starting in net for the Blackhawks, but the results were not too attractive. Ward has a horrific 4.06 GAA and 0.879 save percentage. Crawford is the better netminder, but whoever is in net has to deal with a team who isn’t going to give them much support. The Blue Jackets’ offence rolled against the Flyers and has been playing well to start the year, so the Hawks may have their hands full. Head below for our free Blackhawks vs. Blue Jackets pick.
It was the first start for Crawford in net this season. He got a layup to start the season against one of the worst teams in the NHL, but the Coyotes didn’t have many issues against this Chicago defence. That was the first time all season that the Yotes have scored more than 3 goals in a game. The Blackhawks have allowed 4.17 goals per game through their first six games of the year.
They’re likely to continue to struggle as the season progresses, especially a team who is led by two defenceman who are north of 30 years old. Don’t expect Crawford to have much help like he did in the past. But he will be better than Ward who was getting throttled between the pipes.
The Blue Jackets are tied with the Hurricanes and Jets for the youngest team at the league, with an average age of 25 years old. On the other side, the Blackhawks are tied for third oldest team in the NHL with an average age of 28. The tandem of Keith and Seabrook skews that number up. The Blackhawks have gone to a league-high five overtimes, three wins and two losses. The Coyotes matchup was their first game that finished in regulation.
Columbus are going to give the Blackhawks a lot to handle offensively. Cam Atkinson led the Jackets with 2 goals the other night against the Flyers. Artemi Panarin added a couple more points to his total, as he’s already up to 9 on the year with 3 goals and 6 assists. As a team, the offence has scored 5 or more goals in three of their last four outings. Overall, an average of 3.67 goals per game for the Jackets. I’d take a look at the younger Blue Jackets to get it done against the Hawks on Saturday in Columbus.
BAYER LEVERKUSEN have made a stuttering start to the season but can finally kick into gear at home to Hannover today.
Leverkusen's seven-point haul from seven games is a poor return for such a talented squad and they have the perfect chance to start climbing up from their current spot of 14th.
Hannover have lost four of their last five Bundesliga games and their away form is abysmal with no wins in 16. Bayer and over 1.5 match goals appeals at 4-5 with Ladbrokes.
In Italy, Juventus are chasing down their own record of 13 consecutive wins at the start of a season. They should rack up No.11 at home to Genoa who have Ivan Juric in charge for the first game of his third stint following the sacking of Davide Ballardini.
Genoa boast Serie A's nine-goal top scorer Krzysztof Piatek but Juve's class will be too much to handle and the hosts plus under 4.5 goals – which has landed in seven of their eight league games – is 4-7 at Ladbrokes.
Final call is the Eredivisie where Ajax head to a happy hunting ground in Heerenveen. Ajax have won the last nine meetings and a 10th with at least a couple of goals is 1-2 at Ladbrokes.
THIERRY HENRY has a big job on his hands in his first crack at management with Monaco languishing in Ligue 1's bottom three.
The France and Arsenal legend makes his dugout debut today and it's a tough start at Strasbourg who sit ninth after just one defeat in six.
Strasbourg's games have featured plenty of goals with five of six seeing both teams score and they've netted 2+ in their last three at home.
Monaco misfired as Leo Jardim's reign fizzled out but they've scored in three of four away days and the new manager boost of Henry can help them hit the target, with btts paying 13-19 at Unibet.
In Belgium, it looks a mismatch between Antwerp and struggling Lokeren but the visitors are in the habit of scoring on their travels with all six of their away games landing btts this season.
Only one of Antwerp's last six hasn't had goals at both ends and all four meetings last season also brought up btts, which looks decent value at 11-10 with Boylesports.
Complete the treble in Switzerland with two sides who've been right in among the goals in recent weeks, Luzern and Thun. Thun have landed the bet in 11 of 12 games this season and it's also trapped in seven of nine for Zurich. Same again pays 1-2 at bet365.
The Colorado Avalanche arrive in Carolina for third game of their four-game road trip against the Hurricanes. Following Saturday, the Avalanche move on to Philadelphia on Monday, and then back home to welcome the Lightning next Wednesday. The Avalanche have split their road trip thus far, with a shootout loss against the Rangers and a 5-3 win over the Devils. They handed the Devils their first loss of the season Thursday.
Armed with their deadly first-line, the Avalanche aren’t going to be a team that goes away quietly in 2018-19. Dealing Matt Duchene to Ottawa has appeared to be addition by subtraction. Duchene didn’t want to be in Denver any longer and his demeanour appeared to pull the rest of the team down with him. Also, Patrick Roy retiring out of the blue, just before the start of a new season didn’t help.
Now that Jared Bednar has had more time to get acclimated and instill his system, the Avs have been much more fluid and comfortable. The Landeskog-MacKinnon-Rantanen line can go toe-to-toe with a lot of other top lines in the league. The question becomes whether the other lines can provide some pop for the Avalanche.
Landeskog netted a hat trick against the Devils, and Rantanen had a goal as well, so they dominated. Sven Andrighetto chipped in for his first goal of the season to help out. The Hurricanes enter with a record of 2-0-1. We’ll see if the Avs can bump them off on Saturday afternoon. Get our free Avalanche vs. Hurricanes pick below.
The Hurricanes opened the season with a loss at home against the Islanders in overtime. They were able to pick up a point, though, and have earned a point in each of their three home games thus far. They beat the Rangers, 8-5, and the Canucks by a score of 5-3. So, the Avs will certainly be the best team that they have had to play in Carolina.
The Hurricanes are returning from a three-game road trip, which they came out of stumbling with a loss to the Jets and Lightning. Despite the two losses, their offence hit the net 43 and 40 times. Their last win came on the 13th against the Wild in overtime by a score of 5-4.
Carolina have gotten off to a nice start with 3.57 goals per game. Their goaltending situation leaves something to be desired, though. Petr Mrazek was acquired to be the starter after he spent 5 ½ seasons in Detroit, and half a season in Philadelphia. He’s been inconsistent throughout his career and that’s been the story of his start in Carolina.
Mrazek owns a 3.07 GAA and 0.874 save percentage. The Hurricanes were fortunate to nab McElhinney off waivers from the Maple Leafs, but he isn’t a true starter than can give consistent outings. McElhinney holds a 2.64 GAA and 0.90 save percentage. Carolina have allowed 3.14 goals per game, compared to the 2.43 goals per the Avs have surrendered.
Colorado are scoring 3.71 goals per game thus far this season. With Grubauer in net for the Avalanche, the odds are heavily in the Hurricanes’ favour here. However, things are getting a little bit too pricey. The top-talent for the visitors certainly outweighs the Hurricanes’ roster and I don’t see them as this big of underdogs Saturday. That’s okay with me as it provides much better value on the Avalanche to win in Carolina. Give me the trio of Landeskog, MacKinnon, and Rantanen at +130 this afternoon.
After a five-game homestand, the New Jersey Devils finally hit the road for a meeting with the Philadelphia Flyers. It’s a pretty good deal for the Devils, though, as they have four days off before their next game. That will be back at home against the Predators next Thursday and then another home game against the Panthers on Saturday. In other words, the Devils have nothing to complain about with their scheduling in October.
A lot of teams have it rough right now, with long road trips and back-to-back outings. At the end of the month, the Devils will have played on two games on the road, this being one of them and then the Lightning on the 30th. Don’t worry, the Devils will pay for it in November, as they’ll be on the road often.
This is an early afternoon puck drop in Philadelphia. The Flyers are coming off a 6-3 loss to the Blue Jackets in Columbus. Calvin Pickard looked off in net and clearly doesn’t do anything to fix the Flyers’ defensive issues. Brian Elliott has been complaining about the smaller goalie equipment, because he has been getting bruised often with the smaller chest protector on.
I don’t know if it’s that, or he’s just giving a subtle excuse as to why he is struggling. Neither Pickard or Elliott have looked like a solid option for the Flyers in net. Nevertheless, the Flyers’ problems keeping the puck out of their net go beyond the goaltending. The blueline has played awful hockey, which was on full display with the lack of discipline and turnovers they surrendered against the Blue Jackets on Thursday. The Flyers enter Saturday afternoon with a record of 3-4-0, while the Devils are coming off their first loss of the season to put them at 4-1-0. The Avs took care of that as they delivered a 5-3 loss to the Devils. Head below for our free Devils vs. Flyers pick on Saturday afternoon.
Despite the loss to the Avalanche, the Devils have gotten off to a nice start. Statistically, they’ve been one of the most rounded teams in the league. However, like I stated, the Devils have had the privilege of hanging around at home without having to travel out of town. November will be a pretty good test to see where they’re at. If the Flyers continue their lazy effort on defence, it’s not going to matter that the Devils are on the road.
There were 2 or 3 goals against the Blue Jackets that was solely based on their defence playing in quicksand. Pickard had to be better, but the poor goaltending covers up their other issues. Elliott enters Saturday with a 4.04 GAA and 0.874 save percentage. Overall, the team is allowing 4.43 goal per game. The offence has been trying to make up for the awful defence, but 3.43 goals per game isn’t enough.
On the other side, the Devils have been playing hard to help out Keith Kinkaid. Cory Schneider is making a rehab stint in the AHL today, while Kinkaid hopes to hold it down in the meantime. In his first appearance on the road, Kinkaid was shaky with 4 goals allowed on 33 shots. That’s been a theme throughout his career. He’s been good at home with a 2.39 GAA, but that dips to 2.90 on the road. The New Jersey offence led by Taylor Hall has been performing at an elite level thus far. Kyle Palmieri has been on a tear with 7 goals already. The Devils have averaged 4 goals per game through their first five games. We likely see a better effort from the Flyers back at home, but they aren’t going to find defence between then and now. Any total that doesn’t hit 6.5 in Flyers’ games is going to be a bargain on the OVER.
THERE hasn't been too much to shout about recently for Dundee United fans but there will be renewed belief that they can now start to mount a serious title challenge.
Dundee United v Inverness CT (3pm)
It was a winning start for new Dundee United boss Robbie Nielson as Dundee United put in a good performance to earn a 2-1 win away at Partick last time out. It was a much needed win for the Arab's which now brings them on level points with today's visitors Inverness
When you look through the United side, there's no doubt it's the most talented in the league and with a new manager at the helm, fans will be hoping he can get the best out of this team.
Inverness have become draw specialists this season having drawn 5 of their league games and whilst they have made a decent enough start, I don't see them taking anything from this game. United will have gained confidence from last week’s win and with the bounce clubs usually get when a new manager takes over, United look good value to give Neilson a win in his first home game in charge.
Been another few weeks since our last post – the internationals are never a time for good value, with most the games odds on, and goals come at a premium…certainly not a spell that I like to bet during!
For this weekend, the value seems to be in the handicaps – I have a 6-Fold Acca that pays in the 58/1 region.
Games are split across Saturday and Sunday:
Huddersfield vs Liverpool: Liverpool -1 Goal Handicap @ 5/6 (Saturday, 1730)
Hamilton vs Rangers: Rangers -1 Goal Handicap @ 5/6 (Sunday, 1330)
Istra vs D Zagreb: Zagreb -1 Goal Handicap @ 4/5 (Saturday, 1630)
HJK vs SJK: HJK -1 Goal Handicap @ 11/10 (Sunday, 1230)
Molde vs Sarpsborg: Molde -1 Goal Handicap @ 11/8 (Saturday, 1430)
Anderlecht vs Cercle Brugge: Anderlecht -1 Goal Handicap @ 1/1 (Sunday, 1330)
A good mix! The top three are all away, and in form. I fancy Liverpool to put 4/5 on Huddersfield, whilst Rangers are scoring for fun and Hamilton have conceded plenty. Zagreb are a very useful team, playing a side who regularly concede a lot – their last 4 games vs Zagreb have been 3-0, 4-0, 5-1 and 4-2.
The latter three are better odds, with all of them at home – and whom have fabulous records – HJK rarely conceding a goal and scoring 2-3 per home game. Anderlecht had a small patch of bad form, but given that Cercle have only scored once in 5 away games, I think the home side should prevail. Molde are in great form – winning the majority of their last 10 home games, whilst Sarpsborg have suffered as it seems a lot do by being in the Europa League, losing 8 of their last 10 away games.
Best of luck!
PREMIERSHIP action resumes today and our game needs a lift after the kicking Scotland took on the international break.
And it could get it with two potential crackers – Celtic v Hibs and Hearts v Aberdeen.
The capital clubs fill the top two slots but if they both lose Celtic will take over at the top.
It's tight and tense with seven points separating the top seven but I'm backing the Jambos to stay in front although they may need to settle for a draw in what has the feel of a low scorer.
Craig Levein's men lost their 100 per cent record at Rangers last time out and have been hit by a double blow with centre-half John Souttar and centre-forward Uche Ikpeazu both out for five months.
Hearts are 29-20 with Ladbrokes but I'm taking them draw no bet at 4-5 with Marathonbet.
Celtic and Hibs both won 6-0 last time out so will be confident ahead of their meeting at Parkhead.
Neil Lennon's men have given the champs some tough tests recently but are winless in Glasgow's east end – three defeats and two 2-2 draws. The obvious call is to go for goals but both have been keeping plenty of clean sheets. Both to score though is a nice price at 19-20 with bet365.
Brendan Rodgers's side needed a big win to get them going and I can see them following up with victory at 4-11 with Betfred.
Hibs have lost just once in eight and can't be written off and I'm sure there fans will grab 15-2 at Unibet while a draw pays 4-1 at betfair.
James Forrest fired four against St Johnstone and is 7-1 at bet365 to bag the opener and 23-10 at Unibet to net.
Dundee finally caved into pressure and sacked Neil McCann last week with the more experienced Jim McIntyre taking over.
He has a tough baptism at Livingston who have conceded just one goal at home and picked up three wins and a draw in four outings. Livi look decent to me at 19-20 with Coral.
Rangers are in action in the live game on Sunday at Hamilton and will expect to run up a big win against a side hammered 6-0 at Hibs last time out.
Alfredo Morelos is worth a look at 7-2 with bet365 to score first and fellow striker Kyle Lafferty is out after Northern Ireland invoked FIFA's five-day rule after he withdrew from their squad to play in Bosnia last week.
Rangers are no bigger than 4-11 at Ladbrokes so goals could be the way to go with the Ibrox men netting 11 on their last three visits to New Douglas. They conceded in all three and Gers and both to score pays 21-10 at McBookie.
Every Championship game looks tough to call but match of the day is second v first as Ross County welcome Ayr.
I can see County edging this at 10-11 with Betfred and leapfrogging their rivals.
East Fife have won four in a row to nil, including last week's Irn-Bru Cup success against Queen of the South, and are surprisingly big at 23-20 with Sky Bet at home to Brechin in League One.
There are no League Two games due to Scottish Cup ties and there are some interesting match-ups such as Beith v Linlithgow, Cove v Auchinleck and Albion Rovers v Formartine.
Last season Beith v Rose would have been a Scottish Junior Cup tie and I'd have backed the Ayrshiremen. I don't think much has changed despite Linlithgow moving to the senior set-up. Cove should be too strong for Talbot but it won't be easy while Formartine look a big price at 5-2 at Albion Rovers.
Edinburgh City have been a favourite of mine in recent weeks and should see off Civil Service Strollers with plenty to spare. Civil Service have conceded four to East Stirling and Kelty in their past two games and I like City -3 at 12-5 with Coral.
Kelty suffered a blow when boss Thomas Courts quit and Peterhead should beat them by at least two at 4-6 with bet365. Former Rangers skipper Barry Ferguson is the new Kelty boss but won't take over until next week.
The Cherries are unbeaten at home but odds against as they welcome a Saints side who have lost three on the road out of four and sit 16th with five points.
Wolves and Bournemouth will be on loads of coupons and I wouldn't put anyone off backing the double at 14-5 with William Hill.
Before that we have the big lunchtime game between Chelsea and Man United and while I'd favour the Blues many players could be fatigued after being away for internationals.
Mourinho has lost on his last three visits to his old club, failing to score, and that probably explains why Chelsea are no bigger than 19-25 with Marathonbet – and that's a little short for me.
I'd rather back the exceptional Eden Hazard to score at 7-5 with Marathonbet. The Belgian takes penalties and has netted seven already this season.
Liverpool are aiming to get back on track after four without a win and should do so at Huddersfield. They are no bigger than 1-3 so try the Reds -1 at 19-20 with BetStars. The Terriers are yet to score at home so Liverpool to win to nil is another option at evens with McBookie.
Finding value in the Man City v Burnley game is even tougher with the champions no bigger than 1-10. City -2 at 4-5 with Paddy Power should land or what about Raheem Sterling to score at 9-2 with bet365 after his double for England in Spain.
In the Championship there are series of games that look tough to call as usual. Goals could be the way to go ahead of WDW but I like the look of Preston at 17-10 with bet365.
They have netted 13 goals in five games although only two have been victories. Hull have scored once in four games so will struggle to live with their opponents' firepower. West Brom have hit nine in three and are 11-8 at Betway to win at off-form Wigan.
In League One three of the top four – Peterborough, Portsmouth and Doncaster – are at home and while all should win best bets are Donny at 3-4 at Marathonbet.
Barnsley have beaten Peterborough and Fleetwood in recent weeks and should win at a Charlton side whose games have been goal-laden. Back Barnsley and over 2.5 match goals at 12-5 with Coral.
In League Two best bets are leaders Lincoln at home to Cambridge. They hit six at Port Vale last week and look good for accas at 4-7 with Ladbrokes. Lincoln -1 looks big at 13-8 with bet365.
EINTRACHT were the stars of the show last night with a 7-1 trouncing of Fortuna and I reckon they'd have been on most accas at a decent price.
They were on my Top Treble but sadly that was beaten by Middlesbrough winning at Sheffield Wednesday.
Results weren't great elsewhere with French Ligue 2 being a bit short of goals for Greg but well done to anyone who picked a winner.
I've posted VIP tip which are mainly long shots and here are the top tips which are mostly reasoned in the Scottish and English previews.
From Frankfurt I go to Fife with East Fife the Super Single at home to Brechin in League One. The Fifers have been in great form and the most impressive thing about their victory against Championship side Queen of the South last week was shutting out the prolific Stephen Dobbie.
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NBA is back and after watching the opening games from a far I’m banking on a prop tonight with the Pels hosting the Kings.
AD balled out which was no surprise to anyone and his line is worth a gamble early on while numbers adjust. 32/16/8 was his PRA line and @ 43.5 tonight looks like value.
ROARING LION (3.15) can prove king of the betting jungle on a glittering Champions Day at Ascot.
John Gosden has plumped for the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes as his chosen target and although the prevailing soft ground poses a question, Roaring Lion can polish off the season in style after landing the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown, Juddmonte International Stakes at York and the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown.
If the deep surface does blunt his speed, the door would be open for either French raider Recoletos or the admirable Laurens to step forward.
Recoletos is a son of mudlark Whipper and found the 1m 2f trip just beyond him here 12 months ago when fading into fourth behind Cracksman in the Qipco Champion Stakes. He ran well behind Alpha Centauri at Deauville and edged out Wind Chimes in the Prix Moulin.
French Oaks winner Laurens got the better of Happily in the Sun Chariot Stakes at Newmarket and looks sure to be involved. Lord Glitters, another son of Whipper, also enters the equation given his penchant for soft ground.
CRACKSMAN (3.50) missed the Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe due to the ground but the rain has come in time for Gosden to give him the green light to defend his Qipco Champions Stakes crown.
The son of Frankel was at his imperious best 12 months ago as he pulverised his rivals but things haven’t gone quite so smoothly in 2018. Cracksman made a perfect reintroduction in the Prix Ganay but after a workmanlike victory in the Coronation Stakes at Epsom his wonderful unbeaten sequence was ended comprehensively by Poets Word at Royal Ascot.
Gallop reports suggest Cracksman is back in good order and Gosden reaches for first-time blinkers – a ploy he has used successfully in the past to aid the concentration level of some older horses.
LAH TI DAR (2.40) surrendered her unbeaten record in the William Hill St Leger but still emerged with huge credit. Kew Gardens stole a vital couple of lengths down the straight and the still inexperienced Lah Ti Dar was just unable to bridge the gap.
She has oozed class and although Aidan O’Brien, who saddled last year’s winner Hydrangea, goes into battle with a sizzling sextet headed by Magical, classy Lah Ti Dar should be the darling of her fan club by landing this fillies and mares contest.
STRADIVARIUS (1.25) is an obvious starting point in the Long Distance Cup. The four-year-old remains unbeaten this season following victories at York (twice), Ascot and Goodwood. Testing terrain could put off a few punters but it is worth recalling his close third last year behind Order of St George and Torcedor when the track was riding soft.
The Sprint is a more open affair with Harry Angel bidding to restore his reputation. He could finish only fourth last year behind LIBRISA BREEZE (2.00) and Dean Ivory’s mud-lover also holds Brando (sixth) on that run.
Librisa Breeze hasn’t hit those heights this summer but this will be the first time he finds conditions in his favour. The Tin Man, winner in 2016, ran fifth last year but struck the target at Haydock last time when landing the Sprint Cup.
The Balmoral handicap, a 23-runner one-mile contest, is a tough finale with Raising Sand, Zwayyan, Humbert and Kynren topping the shortlist along with ARGENTELLO (4.30).
Gosden’s three-year-old hacked up at Kempton on Tuesday, when admittedly enjoying the run of the race, and is clearly in great heart. Stall 23 up the stands’ side may prove a good place to be berthed and Frankie Dettori is in the saddle.
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MrFixitsTips.co.uk started in 2010 and has grown to become a really huge and active betting community on the web. Provide daily tips and previews from English, Scottish and international football, racing tips, NBA basketball tips and NFL American football tips. With more than 20 years of experience writing tips for the Daily Record, Scotland’s biggest newspaper, Mr Fixit brings you tips and betting news every day.
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Thesportsgeek.com was founded in 2008 and provide betting picks and different kinds of betting strategies. With a team of five expert tipsters they offer picks from NBA, NFL, College Basketball, NHL and Golf.
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Footyaccumulators.com began in 2010 and provide betting news, match previews and recommended bets. FootyAccumulators write betting previews on over nine football leagues as well as internationals. They do not just focus on the Premier League, they also provide betting tips and previews for clubs in the Championship, League One and League Two.
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Sportsbettingtips.org is a website with the ultimate aim to cover as many sports as possible. Each day they will provide at least one post with sports betting tips but they aim to provide at least 3 separate betting tips every day. All betting tips are free, and always will be so they say. Sports Betting Tips also provide other topics such as sports trivia, betting challenges and they have a “sports betting for dummies” section to help people new to sports betting.
Oddschanger.com started in 2012 and provide betting tips and previews on over 10 different sports. They don’t just focus on the most popular Football and Horse Racing events, they provide tips from a wide variety of sports including; Golf, Tennis, Cricket, NFL, Boxing, MMA, Darts, Snooker, Rugby League and Rugby Union. Oddschanger´s daily bets (including trebles, long shots and challenge bets) brings you the best value for every sport, every day.
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Established in 2004 Betting-directory.com has grown in to a team of 10 expert writers, covering all major sport events. And with weekly celebrity guest columnists Betting Directory provide daily free betting tips and previews.
Accutipster.com is an informative betting website with writers that cover a variety of sports looking to find the best value possible in markets spread across Europe, and in terms of International football or NFL – the world. On a day-to-day basis, Accutipster pick out a selection of bets – with the aim of winning more than they lose.
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