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Western Kentucky vs Oklahoma State – NCAAM Basketball Pick for the NIT Tournament

Western Kentucky Hilltoppers (26-10) at Oklahoma State Cowboys (21-14)

The betting line information used for this article was taken from sportsbetting.ag at 7:45 AM PST on 3-21-18. Some odds may have changed.

With the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament stealing most of the limelight in March it is rare that we get an opportunity to take a look at the other big tournament, the National Invitational Tournament. The NIT, as it is generally referred to, used to be the tournament used to select our national champion.

They no longer hold that distinction, but the NIT is still an event that is loaded with basketball talent. Several of the teams still playing in the NIT felt they should have been playing in the NCAA tournament and are using the NIT to prove to the Selection Committee that they got it wrong on Selection Sunday.

They have made a couple of interesting rules changes to this tournament as well. They have switched from two halves to four quarters. To the shot clock resetting to just twenty seconds after an offensive rebound instead of the full thirty seconds. They have stretched out the three-point line to match the international arc. And they have widened the lane by four feet to match FIBA as well.

To be honest, I am not a big fan of any of these changes, and I hope this is a one-year pilot that goes away. I love that college basketball has a better flow to it, and I like the NCAA game much more than the NBA or international game, so I don’t like any moves that try and emulate those brands of basketball. The NCAA has basketball right, leave it alone!

Today I will look at a quarterfinals matchup in the NIT where the Cowboys of Oklahoma State host the Hilltoppers of Western Kentucky.

The Western Kentucky Hilltoppers will travel to Stillwater to play the Cowboys of Oklahoma State Wednesday night. The Hilltoppers missed out on the NCAA tournament by just one point as they fell to Marshall in the finals of the Conference USA league tournament. Western Kentucky has wins over Boston College and USC to get to face the Cowboys in the NIT quarterfinals.

For OK State, many people, myself included, thought they should be playing in the NCAA tournament this year and not the NIT. The selection snub hasn’t slowed them down though as the Cowboys have rolled so far in the NIT, beating Florida Gulf Coast and Stanford.

The Cowboys are -4.5-point home favorites. The game total over-under is set at 149.5 points. Tipoff is scheduled for 5:00 PM PST from Gallagher-Iba Arena.

The Oklahoma State Cowboys did plenty to get into the NCAA tournament this year. This team has a group of wins that rivals many of the top seeds. They have wins over four of the current Sweet 16 teams. They could absolutely play on that level, and they deserved to get in. I am happy to see that the Cowboys haven’t let that snub ruin their post season. The Cowboys have looked energized and engaged and are my pick to win the NIT.

Some teams think that winning the NIT is kind of like kissing your sister. You get to win the tournament that nobody wanted to play in. But for a program like Oklahoma State that has been down recently, this is an opportunity to get your brand out there on national television. There won’t be many teams playing basketball next weekend and Oklahoma State wants to be one of them. Even if a national title isn’t up for grabs.

Conference USA was nowhere near as good as they have been in recent years, but that being said, they were likely a little better than people gave them credit for. The conference ended up with four teams that had twenty-five wins or more, and I think you could have absolutely made a case for Middle Tennessee State getting an at-large bid.

We saw that this league shouldn’t be overlooked in the first round of the NCAA tournament when the Marshall Thundering Heard upset a Wichita State Shockers team that many saw going deep into the tournament.

The Hilltoppers were not the best team in Conference USA this year. They did, however, acquit themselves well in the tougher than most people think league. They had a marquee win in November over Purdue that still looks like a great one. But when you are comparing how battle-tested these teams were in conference play, it is not even close. The Big 12 was an elite league this year and OK State beat just about everyone in it at some point.

Oklahoma State is really good on their home floor this year. They beat Stanford, Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas Tech, and Texas in Stillwater this year. The Cowboys have shown that at home, they are as good as any team in the nation.

I expect the Cowboys to handle the Hilltoppers tonight. I don’t expect Western Kentucky to just lay down, I think winning the NIT would be huge for their program, so I expect a full effort from them. But winning in Stillwater has been something that much better teams than Western Kentucky couldn’t do this year.

I expect a close game where OK State pulls away late for an eight or nine-point win. In the end, the Cowboys are just too battle-tested and will be too good on their home floor.

Give me the Oklahoma State Cowboys -4.5-points tonight!

The Bet: Oklahoma State Cowboys -4.5 Points

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FanDuel NBA Picks – March 21st

After a brief hiatus I’m back in the saddle on Wednesday to help you win in daily fantasy basketball contests. I still played a single entry game last night and dropped in a sweet score of 355, so I’m feeling in a groove heading into tonight’s action.

That can often be a dangerous feeling, but Wednesday night has an absolutely stacked player pool and also could showcase a decent amount of value. Let’s see where that gets me as I try to piece together a GPP-winning lineup for FanDuel:

PG: Rajon Rondo – New Orleans Pelicans ($5.4k)

Point guard is not the position to spend on tonight at FanDuel. Kemba Walker is very much in play against the Brooklyn Nets and Kyle Lowry is an option against the Cleveland Cavaliers, but this is overall a fairly weak position. On top of that, this is a spot where a lot of value can be had.

One such value play is Rondo, who crushed last night (55 fantasy points) and will be at home in a fast-paced battle with the Indiana Pacers. His matchup isn’t easy in terms of isolation defense, but there should be a lot of stats to go around in this one.

Barring a random rest day, Rondo should be busy in this one and if he sees 30+ minutes I like him to crush this price tag.

PG: Antonio Blakeney – Chicago Bulls ($4k)

Kris Dunn is out and Zach LaVine may not play tonight, so you can safely target Bulls spares on this slate. Personally, I’d stick to the guards and instead of paying $5.5k for Cameron Payne, I’ll drop down even further and grab Blakeney.

Blakeney is slated to get solid run to close out the year no matter what, but is already there with 20+ minutes in each of his last four games. He’s shown well as a scorer (10+ actual points in four of his last five contests) and could thrive tonight against a spotty Nuggets defense that struggles to contain guards.

The beauty here is Blakeney will be coming off the bench in what Bovada and other top NBA betting sites are predicting to be a blowout (Bulls are +9 underdogs). I don’t need Blakeney to crush here, but the role, matchup and game flow all work to his advantage. That makes him an elite value play on this eight-game slate.

SG: Wayne Ellington – Miami Heat ($4.2k)

Dwyane Wade remains out again for Wednesday, so Miami should call upon Ellington for at least 30+ minutes. He’s been responding as a scorer lately, pouring in 22 and 23 points in two of his last three games. I’m not sure I’ll demand that tonight against the Knicks at home.

Ellington is a risky play but he has upside as a scorer and should see plenty of minutes. He’s a fine GPP try and isn’t a bad price.

SG: Bradley Beal – Washington Wizards ($7.6k)

Taking some dives on this slate feels necessary, but I also want to nab some intermediate value. Beal is just too difficult for me to pass up. I know he’s on the road against a tough Spurs defense, but he’s not even $8k.

Beal has actually been all over the place despite an enhanced role with John Wall sidelined, but he still boasts massive upside and at this price anything close to 40 fantasy points would be a big win. I’ll take my chances, especially with Beal possibly acting as a fun hammer to close the night out in San Antonio.

SF: E’Twaun Moore – New Orleans Pelicans ($4.4k)

Jrue Holiday (illness) could be out again tonight and if so, Moore is an absolutely elite value play. I like him anyways just because he can blow up as a scorer and is cheap exposure to a very explosive game.

Moore doesn’t have to do all that much to exceed his perceived value here, either, so this feels like a mild risk.

SF: Giannis Antetokounmpo – Milwaukee Bucks ($12k)

The Greek Freak is my choice between him and King James. He’s $800 cheaper and has just as much upside. Both of these guys are wrecking right now and there is a steep drop-off at SF after the top two options, so you’ll need to pick a side here.

I’m riding Giannis, who is really dialed in as he tries to will the Bucks into the playoffs. A date with a bad Clippers defense gives him a superior matchup when compared to LeBron, so I see this as an easy pivot. If it can somehow be mildly contrarian, all the better.

PF: Anthony Davis – New Orleans Pelicans ($12.1k)

I think this is a slate where you pick one stud and stand by them. From there, hopefully you can piece together a balanced team that doesn’t burn you.

If there is one guy to roll with, I believe it’s The Brow. LeBron James is almost $13k on FanDuel and Davis has actually seen his price tag drop. He’ll be facing a shaky Pacers defense that he dropped 37 points and 14 rebounds on earlier this year. With DeMarcus Cousins down for the count (32 and 13 in that same game), I think this is a clear spot for Davis to feast.

Adding to the allure is Indy’s fast pace of play and the potential absence of Jrue Holiday (illness). Either way, Davis feels like the best value amongst elite plays tonight and there’s little logic to suggest he’s a bad play.

PF: Markieff Morris – Washington Wizards ($5.6k)

I’m paying up for two high level studs tonight, so I need to take some risks elsewhere. One of those is Kieff, who I actually like at this price. His matchup on the road with the Spurs is far from ideal, but considering he’s a perimeter-based player, I don’t think it really matters.

Morris is either going to hit or he’s not. I think he’s a safer play than someone like Serge Ibaka due to his run, while he has explosive upside if he can get hot. He and Beal serve as a two-man hammer to end this slate and I like the upside that could provide.

C: Bam Adebayo – Miami Heat ($4.3k)

Center is loaded tonight, so it will be very interesting to see how ownership plays out. I don’t think you can get two of Giannis/LeBron/Brow comfortably while also paying up here, so I’m picking my spots wisely tonight. That has me punting center, where Bam Bam feels like an elite value.

Much like Wade, Heat star Hassan Whiteside is again out on Wednesday, so that opens up a potentially big game for Adebayo. He’s been seeing 24+ minutes lately and versus a Knicks team that uses two key big men, I wouldn’t be shocked if he logs 30 minutes in this one.

Adebayo is another guy that could have you assuming some risk, but there is a lot of logic behind him and he makes for a great GPP play.

Overall, I think one of the elite SF options is necessary and I don’t feel like fading The Brow. Instead, hopefully people will feel dropping down to LaMarcus Aldridge and/or Ben Simmons is the right call and those moves backfire.

Ultimately, if Giannis and The Brow pan out and some of these value picks can deliver, I could have a really nice GPP squad on my hands. Whether you like my NBA DFS picks for Wednesday or not, I wish you luck tonight!

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Darts Tips: @Lockuptipster’s Premier League – Glasgow Tips

WITH the final three fixtures, the business end of the relegation could be nearer certain after this match day.

Schedule of play (Player named on the left will throw first)

Daryl Gurney Vs Mensur Suljovic

With Suljovic the slight favourite from this, but with Mensur the shorter price Had favourite of the two for the drop suggests the bearing of the gentle having to play MVG in what could be an event changer.

The worse checkout converter faces the best on event stats and Gurney was very lucky to have not lost against Whitock having more than one visit of match darts to seal a draw. Had Gurney won the game, he would be longer than the 6/4 offered by Irish firm Paddy Power for the drop after phase one.

On the 180 markets, Gurney is BIG at 1/2 agaist Mensur at 27/10 and 19/4 for the tie (Thanks Glenn) with Bwin. Super Chin’s 180 average in the PL is 0.3382 180’s per leg versus Gentle’s 0.15 180s per leg. At 1/2 implies a 66.67% chance of winning the tally. In defence the pace may hamper Gurney, but the price to land one more may just land irrespective.

Michael van Gerwen Vs Michael Smith

  • Gerwen 4/11 (Betfair); Smith 6/1 (888Sport) – Tie 11/2 ***
  • Gerwen leads 19-5 (2018 H2H 1-1 MVG won 8 of last 9)

The price suggests a home banker for odds on backers and I do not blame them. For us I try and avoid the shorter price home favourites to try and capture the value where possible. The bookies got it spot on with the price on total legs with MVG against Price set at 9.5 at 4/5 and 10/11 respectively and as Steve Davies stated in his Racing Post preview he took the 4/5 on 10 or more legs based on Price’s guts and resilience in his games.

Michael Smith saw off Peter Wright in what I can say was an easy win for Smith despite his 95 average, Smith did not need to do anymore than this. Bulking up Smith’s leg average to +18 which effectively gives him the away goal albeit a couple of thrashings moving forward, which I do no endeavour puts Smith in with a good shout of making the play offs if he can maintain his performances, which bookmakers firmly place Bullyboy as a 4/9 poke to make the top four and 17/10 with Bwin to place 5th or less come the end of phase two.

I was hoping for evens on a stalemate first leg maximum count but is just 5/6 so in bookies eyes a coin toss.

Gary Anderson Vs Simon Whitlock

The pair have not met for a little while now and odds compilers firmly have the Scotsman their firm favourite to take the two points on the night. Whitlock is potentially big at 9/2 to upset the double world champion. However missed opportunities at beating Gurney may influence the price in the Aussie’s ability to close down a game. I saw shades of the Whitlock that every shrewd backer should be beware of, and am sure he let down backers last week by falling to an unlikely draw when having three match darts on tops missed.

Anderson let us down although his undefeated streak remains alive after a tie with Barney last Thursday although credibility goes to Gary from rescuing a draw from 6-4 down. Barney has begun to train again to build an increasing positive mental attitude and it has shown for the last two weeks. Anderson will realise his position and know he needs to start recapturing the gap, which is two points between himself and his opponent and see the flying Scotsman bagging all the points here.

I can see the evens and better prices for Gerwen and Anderson being a popular double for the evening and at best priced 2.12 with Sport Pesa and 2.08 with Betfair Sportsbook and entertaining better than even money chance at seeing a return here against the implied odds marketed.

Peter Wright Vs Raymond van Barneveld

  • Wright 13/8 (Boylesports); Barney 7/5 (Betfair) – Tie 7/2 ***
  • Barney leads 9-8 (with 4 PL draws – Wright not lost in PL since 2014 PL campaign)

With a seemingly more positive Barney am I surprised the odds compilers see him as the favourite despite faced against the World number 2? Peter Wright has not had the best of form in recent times and requires some major turnaround to avoid being a realistic risk to relegation at judgement night. at 7/2 this may appeal to some backers but not us, as his pedigree and determination counts for slightly more to us.

Barney has certainly U-turned on his form going into the beginning of the month and think exercise is his game changer and this has been evident at least since the last two weeks.

Rob Cross Vs Gerwyn Price

It would be a tad unfair to completely rule out Gezzy Price at 11/2, but without a win on the scoreboard do 11/2 odds tempt? Now 11/2 in percentage terms converts roughly to a 15% chance of winning the game. Now you may ask the question of how can this percentage be measured by us or the odds compiler? Well applying a basis of statistics and algorithm calculations formulates a percentage and with some manual adjustment concludes here. Price does not have a win on the board albeit two hard earned draws and faces a Rob Cross, whose start to the campaign was relatively unsettling for some after two straight defeats. Rob has defied the critics by winning four on the bounce and an inform player.

Cross has said himself that adjusting to his new life has not been easy being used to routine practice. at least initially the commitments as World Champion.

Voltage will be seen as a good addition to the earlier shorter price double boosting to a tempting 2/1 with Betfair for MVG/Anderson and Cross treble!


  • Van Gerwen/Anderson double – 2.04 Betfair 5pts

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March 21st, 2018 NHL Betting Tips

Written by Graeme on Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

Our thoughts and condolences go out to Erik Karlsson and his wife Melinda today.

They were expecting their first child in April, however it was revealed yesterday that their son had passed. I remember watching their Instagram video with the gender reveal. Erik had used an exploding hockey puck to reveal it and then was just jumping with absolute joy.

Not much else to say but man – life really fucking sucks sometimes.

Let’s move onto tonight. Wednesday, March 21st and 4 games on the board. Pens look to bounce back after a pitiful performance against the Habs. Coyotes and Sabres match up in a battle of the tank, and the Blues and Flames are both at home as they look to fight for the wild card spots. Blues have a good chance but for the Flames they’re crashing hard and a loss tonight will be the final nail in the coffin.

Coyotes vs Sabres Betting Tips:

The price is enough for me to throw a small play on the over.

Sabres concede a lot, Coyotes concede a lot. Both teams with being so crap in recent times have had a couple of good matchups like the 9 goal thriller back in November.

They were both in this same spot this time last year and had another 9 goal thriller as Buffalo won 6-3.

Buffalo should be up for it being at home. Coyotes will probably be up for it wanting to get a W for Tocchet whose mother passed away recently and he actually missed Mondays game. Ekman-Larsson has a reason to score.

The offenses can both disappear so I’m not going full hog but Over 5.5 goals for 0.5u sounds okay to me.

Canada: 2.10 Odds at ***.
USA: +110 Odds at Bovada.
Everyone Else: 2.05 Odds at ***.

(Odds correct as of 2018/03/21 9:19:24 AM EST but are subject to change.)

Penguins vs Canadiens:

I wrote this all up without clarifying the odds so not an actual tip although I was leaning Pens in regulation.

It was a brutal loss last night for the Pens and they’re not exactly a bounce back team – however I have to like them in this spot.

Whatever the Habs can do at home they’ve been abysmal on the road and are one of the worst road teams in the league.

Carey Price is in net tonight after being out for awhile. Now Price in net really isn’t a big deal these days unfortunately, however his return might inspire the Habs. Plus they might be up for it anyway based on it being the Penguins. DeSmith is in net as well and he’s not exactly inspiring confidence for the Pens.

I actually wrote this up thinking I’d see at least 1.70 odds at some places however the best I am seeing is 1.66. The more I think about it there are enough red flags on it that I just can’t advise it although I’ll personally bet it. I just don’t know if there’s enough value here.

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Premier League Darts – Cross a good thing to continue his run

Darts guru Ben Levene (@benlevene96) looks ahead to week seven of the Premier League of Darts.

Rob Cross v Gerwyn Price| Thursday 22nd March 2018, 22:00 | Sky Sports

World Champion Rob Cross made a slow start to life in the Premier League but has shown moments of quality in the last month, and that’s reflected in the fact he’s won four games on the bounce. Voltage averaged over 96 in each of those, including a 106 average in his 7-2 defeat of Mensur Suljovic last Thursday. He’s checked out at over 50% in each of his last three which also indicates he’s playing well.

Across six Players Championship floor events so far this year, Cross has produced an overall average of 99.1, which is only bettered by Michael Van Gerwen’s 99.9. 7.8% of his turns resulted in a 180, more than any other player on the tour. At the UK open earlier this month Cross averaged 99 across the tournament, which was the highest tournament average of any player, with 7.4% of his turns seeing a 180.

In his four Premier League wins he’s hit an impressive 16 maximum’s in 41 legs, giving a rate of 0.39 maximums per leg, while Price’s 11 maximum’s in 66 legs give a rate of 0.17 180’s per leg.

Price has an average of 94.5 across the six Players Championship events, with just 5.9% of his turns producing a maximum. He was eliminated in the opening round of both of the weekend’s tournaments and subsequently hinted on twitter that he may need a break.

The Iceman sits bottom of the Premier League table and has averaged under 94 in all six of matches, posting averages of 93, 89 and 91 in his last three.

As we can see, Cross is playing better than Price at the moment. Not only is that reflected in the results, but the numbers too. We can get 11/10 for Cross to win and hit the most maximum’s. This looks a selection worth keeping onside.

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Rob Cross v Gerwyn Price – Rob Cross to Win and Hit the Most 180’s (11/10 Sky Bet)

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The Voice of Value: Grand National Antepost Preview

AS some of you will know the Grand National is my favourite race of the year, thanks in no small part to Mon Mome, Auroras Encore and Pineau De Re, all of whom I have backed in recent years (along with more than a few losers I should add!!)

Many who know me, and quite a few others who don’t, are also sick and tired of hearing me bang on about my trifecta in 2013 with Auroras Encore, Cappa Bleu and Teaforthree but you can see why I love the race.

This year looks just as fascinating as ever and I think it’s time I found the winner again after three barren years in a row although Cause of Causes came agonisingly close last year.

At this early stage it is encouraging to see some bookmakers who have gone non-runner no bet which is helpful if we can find some good value.

I’ll do my full runner-by-runner guide with recommended bets 3 or 4 days before the race once we have the 5 day declarations on 9th April but in the meantime I think we can start to whittle the field down and pick out one or two early value bets.

Grand National Betting Tips and Hints

I should say at this point that there are a few betting tips I would recommend to anyone putting a bet on the Grand National, especially newcomers who frankly can end up being ripped off a bit:

1. Bet early. Unlike many other races it rarely helps to leave your bets until the opening show on the afternoon of the race.  Bookies may offer bigger prices the morning of the race or the night before but the prices are always trimmed in time for the once-a-year mob to come into the shops or log into their betting app. The general public get crappy prices and there is a bit of a scandal with the over-round on prices for the National when it comes to SP. It’s a bit of an embarrassment and something that needs to be addressed.

2. Always take the price. Never take SP. Many only firms will now offer best odds guaranteed to the casual punter anyway and as I mentioned SPs are often manipulated before the off to shorten most of the favourites.

3. Don’t be afraid to back more than one horse. I usually whittle it down to 4 or 5. I will usually have higher stakes on one or two that I fancy strongly (Cause of Causes last year for example) and perhaps a smaller interest in one or two at a bigger price.

4. Don’t settle for 4 places as each way terms. There are usually 40 runners in the race so each way terms of 1/4 odds for 4 places is pretty miserly and is another good way for bookies to clean up at the expense of the once-a-year brigade. I use bookies that offer at least 5 places and usually I am looking for 6 places once the final declarations are made, particularly with outsiders at big prices. The big high street bookies have been slow to offer extra places but I have noticed an improvement in recent years as online competition has been ramped up. Shop around and you’ll get some great offers.

So let’s see where we stand with this year’s field.

Minella Rocco looks likely to be top weight and he is far too short a price at 16/1. He is a classy horse but top weight hasn’t been carried to victory since Red Rum did it and it won’t be starting now. Likewise, Blaklion is only just behind him in the weights and is a ridiculously short price. For the brave types who like to lay horses on the exchanges I would recommend laying these two and possibly Total Recall too.

Cause of Causes, Tiger Roll and The Last Samurai are currently where I would expect them to be in the market although I was surprised to see Cause of Causes shorten in price after being pulled up at Cheltenham and reported to be sore. You would expect his price to drift. I would recommend that we wait for more news on him before thinking about a bet. We also have to give serious consideration to Tiger Roll who dealt with the unique rigours of the Cross Country course (including Grand National-style fences) really well and stayed 4 miles at Cheltenham last year.

There is one that I like at a bonkers price though and whilst we need to take a leap of faith to some extent it is worth doing so at treble figure odds.

The horse in question is HOUBLON DES OBEAUX.  He was tenth in the race last year but I honestly had to watch it three times to spot him. He started way out the back, never moved towards the front ranks at all and ran on into tenth place near the end. Now he was beaten a mile, don’t get me wrong, but he isn’t a hold up horse. He wants to be up near the front of the action in a normal chase, ideally just tucked in behind the leaders.

In the National I would like to see him on the inside a little bit further back because they do go bananas up front at the start and very few can stay at that pace the whole way.  So aside from a more prominent ride, how else can I see him magically improving 9 places this year? Well the horse is 5lb lower in the handicap this year which will be very useful and there is also a chance that the ground will be a bit softer which would be a big bonus for Houblon. He has tons of class in his old form – winning a Denman Chase by 28 lengths for example – and crucially Venetia Williams has managed to win the race with a similar type in the past.

Mon Mome was also 100/1 when he shocked most of the country and by coincidence he also finished 10th in the previous year’s National.

All we need for a successful each way tip at 100/1 is for Houblon to make the top 5. That’s a 25/1 winner on your place bet. With a bit of rain, a more prominent ride and that 5lb of weight up his sleeve I wouldn’t be shocked to see him going past tired horses on the run in. With non runner no bet available from some bookies at the moment it would be mad not to get involved.

My second early choice is slightly more obvious. RATHVINDEN won the JT McNamara National Hunt Chase (aka ‘the four miler’) in great style, holding off Ms Parfois in a great finish. He cruised through the race, albeit with one or two ropey jumps, and with a good ride at Aintree I can see him doing something similar.

Although he is still in his novice season he is a second season novice and has had 11 runs over fences so experience isn’t a problem. His mistake two starts ago was due to tiredness having tried to match some grade 1 horses for pace. This guy wants a steady pace over a marathon trip and if he takes to the fences at Aintree he should go really close. I’m recommending that we take the non runner no bet price of 25/1 to guard against any issues between now and the big day.

We are only getting 4 places at the moment but I think his price will be much shorter on the day so it’s worth taking that hit just now.


  • Houblon Des Obeaux – 1 point e/w at 100/1 with *** (NRNB)
  • Rathvinden – 2 point e/w at 25/1 with Betfred (NRNB)
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Back Mighty Mike Van Gerwen To Beat Michael Smith At The Premier League Darts In Glasgow

The Premier League Darts campaign rolls into Glasgow for Week Seven of action on Thursday night and there are some cracking matches to look forward to in Scotland...

Thursday 22nd March, 7.15pm - Daryl Gurney v Mensur Suljovic

Daryl Gurney has won his past two head-to-head meetings with Mensur Suljovic but he has been something of a draw specialist this season, with Gurney drawing four of his matches already. A poor checkout percentage continues to hold the Northern Irishman back and a draw looks like the best bet again (7/2 with Betway).

Thursday 22nd March - 7.15pm Odds Won/Lost Bet
Daryl Gurney v Mensur Suljovic      
Tips The Draw    Best Bet @ 7 / 2  

Thursday 22nd March, 8.00pm - Michael van Gerwen v Michael Smith

The match of the night is undoubtedly the clash between the in-form Michael van Gerwen and Michael Smith, with the latter very much the surprise package after winning five of his six outings. Smith will be full of confidence after beating Peter Wright 7-1 last time out but he has won only two of his past ten meetings with Van Gerwen, who is 15/8 to win, throw most 180s and the highest checkout (Betfred) when searching for a fifth Premier League victory on the bounce.

Thursday 22nd March - 8.00pm Odds Won/Lost Bet
Michael van Gerwen v Michael Smith      
Tips Van Gerwen Win, Throw Most 180s and Highest Checkout    Best Bet @ 15 / 8  

Thursday 22nd March, 8.40pm - Gary Anderson v Simon Whitlock

Gary Anderson has only won once in the Premier League so far but a return to his homeland of Scotland will be very much in his favour against Simon Whitlock, who has lost each of his past two meetings against Anderson.

Thursday 22nd March - 8.40pm Odds Won/Lost Bet
Gary Anderson v Simon Whitlock      
Tips Anderson Win, Throw Most 180s and Highest Checkout    Best Bet @ 9 / 4  

Thursday 22nd March, 9.20pm - Peter Wright v Raymond van Barneveld

Peter Wright's form has been up-and-down this season but he will raise his game in front of a home crowd and he will relish a clash with Raymond van Barneveld. Wright has never lost in seven previous Premier League meetings with the Dutchman, although four of those have ended in a draw.

Thursday 22nd March - 9.20pm Odds Won/Lost Bet
Peter Wright v Raymond van Barneveld      
Tips The Draw    Best Bet @ 7 / 2  

Thursday 22nd March, 10.00pm - Rob Cross v Gerwyn Price

Gerwyn Price is still searching for his first win of the tournament but we can' see it coming against Rob Cross, who has won four Premier League matches in a row. Cross to win with a -2.5 leg handicap is the bet here at 8/13 with Betfair.

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World Cup Tips: Countdown to Russia 2018

THE Road to Russia is complete and qualifiers begin their finals preparations in earnest tomorrow as a series of friendlies kick off.

Games to look at include Denmark v Panama and China v Wales on Thursday while on Friday the highlights are Russia v Brazil, Germany v Spain, Holland v England, Italy v Argentina and France v Colombia.

Any of those games would whet the appetite if played competitively but friendlies are rarely exciting and usually difficult from a punters’ perspective.

It’s just over two months to the real thing and it doesn’t seem like four years since the last staging of the World Cup finals.

For most fans the abiding memory isn’t Germany’s extra-time defeat of Argentina to lift the trophy but their extraordinary 7-1 pounding of hosts Brazil in the semi-finals.

The gulf between the nations that day was bigger than the Amazon – now bookies can’t separate them.

Everyone connected with Brazil was shellshocked that day but instead of crying in their Brahmas they acted immediately with boss Dunga binned and the call sent to Tite to
save the Titanic.

The Samba stars haven’t looked back – they’ve got Tite in the dugout, they’re tight at the back and bright going forward.

Brazil breezed to seven wins in a row in qualifying and were the first side to book their place in Russia.

Germany may live to regret that 7-1 humiliation because it forced Brazil to take drastic action and they’re desperate for revenge.

If bookies are correct it will be a Brazil v Germany final in Moscow on July 15.

The giants are 5-1 joint favourites with bookies such as Betway and to meet in the Final you can have 12-1 with McBookie and ***.

In the outright betting three of the top four are European but most of Brazil’s top stars play here.

Brazil’s plan of attack could be hatched 1700 miles west of Moscow in Paris. Neymar will be their key man while team-mates Dani Alves, Thiago Silva and Marquinhos mean PSG will provide one third of the starting line-up.

If Neymar is at his best I’d back Brazil to go all the way and his support acts include Barcelona star Philippe Coutinho, Chelsea’s Willian, Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino and Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus.

Their forward array of talent is exceptional and Germany can’t match it – but with
Dani Alves organising a settled backline they’ll probably not concede seven in the tournament never mind one game.

Neymar is 12-1 second favourite behind Lionel Messi (10-1, McBookie) to win the Golden Boot and he’s likely to play more matches. Cristiano Ronaldo (14-1, ***) will hope to have a say but Portugal will struggle to repeat their Euro 2016 heroics.

If France go well Antoine Griezmann could be a good outsider at 16-1 with 188Bet while Germany’s big goals hope Timo Werner is 20-1 at Unibet. Joachim Low’s side usually share the goals.

Both outright favourites have cushy groups with Brazil in with Switzerland, Serbia and Costa Rica while Germany have been drawn against Mexico, Sweden and South Korea. A double on them to table their tables pays 9-10 at SportPesa.

There’s not been much support for Argentina at 9-1 with McBookie as they rely too much on Messi and struggled even to qualify. They’re 7-10 with Marathonbet to win Group D but face tough contests against Croatia, Nigeria and new boys Iceland.

Apart from Brazil and Germany in my opinion only two other sides can triumph – France and Spain.

France are third favourites at 6-1 with *** and it’s easy to say why when you look at their squad. Antoine Griezmann will lead the line but has the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Thomas Lemar, Alexandre Lacazette, Kingsley Coman and Dmitri Payet for company.

Such is Griezmann’s importance he is 2-1 with BetVictor to be the French side’s top scorer compared to 7-1 for £160m Mbappe and Lacazette.

Spain, a biggest 8-1 at Betway, can’t be ruled out and are unbeaten since exiting Euro 2016. New coach Julen Lopetegui has vibrancy in the shape of Isco, Vitolo, Koke and experience with the likes of Sergio Ramos, Andres Iniesta, Gerard Pique, Sergio Busquets and David Silva.

It’s a good balance and their opener against Portugal could be the game of the group stage – unless both sides agree a draw would be fine ahead of games against outsiders Morocco and Iran.

Spain are hot favourites at 1-2 with *** to top Group D with the Portuguese 2-1 – Morocco and Iran are bigger outsiders than Scotland and we’re not even there.

That opener takes place on day two and a draw at 5-2 with Marathonbet could be the sensible play.

So what about England? Gareth Southgate’s men are seventh favourites at 18-1 and 5-6 with *** to make the quarters.

They qualified unbeaten from Scotland’s group despite a scare at Hampden and Southgate’s men are second favourites to win Group G at 6-5 with William Hill.

Belgium are 10-11 and it’s likely to come down the meeting of the big two as Tunisia and Panama will have as much of a say as Nicola Sturgeon in Brexit talks.

England are still haunted by their Euro 2016 exit and the team lacks flair but have one big weapon in Harry Kane.

He’s enjoyed a spectacular season at Spurs and is massive favourite at 11-10 with Betfred to be his country’s leading marksmen ahead of Spurs team-mate Dele Alli at 9-1.

There isn’t a price yet on Alli to be booked for diving but when there is we’ll dive in quicker than Tom Daley can make a splash.


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Constructors’ Championship Preview – F1 Betting

Mercedes are only a best 1/2 with Boylesports to win a fifth successive F1 Constructors’ Championship in 2018. That would trump the four-year winning run of Red Bull around the end of the last decade but still leave the Silver Arrows one short of the six consecutive Constructors’ Championships that Ferrari achieved between 1999 and 2004.

It is, of course , a major plus to have Lewis Hamilton in their stable. Finland’s Valtteri Bottas is his team-mate again at Mercedes this year but he will probably have to surpass last year’s three victories to earn an extension to his contract, which ends at the end of the season. Bottas eventually finished 58 points behind Hamilton in the Drivers’ Championship last year, falling away in the second half of the campaign after a promising start.

F1 Teams, Engines and Drivers 2018

Engines: Mercedes44. Lewis Hamilton
77. Valtteri BottasTest/reserve/third drivers
TBCRed BullEngines: TAG-Heuer (Renault)3. Daniel Ricciardo
33. Max Verstappen

Test/reserve/third drivers


Engines: Ferrari

5. Sebastian Vettel
7. Kimi Raikkonen

Test/reserve/third drivers
Daniil Kvyat
Antonio Giovinazzi

Force India

Engines: Mercedes

11. Sergio Perez
31. Esteban Ocon

Test/reserve/third drivers
Nicholas Latifi
Nikita Mazepin


Engines: Mercedes

18. Lance Stroll
35. Sergey Sirotkin

Test/reserve/third drivers
Robert Kubica
Oliver Rowland


Engines: Renault

14. Fernando Alonso
2. Stoffel Vandoorne

Test/reserve/third drivers
Lando Norris

Toro Rosso

Engines: Honda

10. Pierre Gasly
28. Brendon Hartley

Test/reserve/third drivers


Engines: Ferrari

8. Romain Grosjean
20. Kevin Magnussen

Test/reserve/third drivers


Engines: Renault

27. Nico Hulkenberg
55. Carlos Sainz Jnr

Test/reserve/third drivers
Jack Aitken
Artem Markelov


Engines: Alfa Romeo

9. Marcus Ericsson
16. Charles Leclerc

Test/reserve/third drivers

The halo is the most striking addition to cars in 2018 but not the only talking point. It will be interesting to see how Toro Rosso fare this season as they are now the only team powered by Honda engines. The Italian minnows have won only one Grand Prix since evolving from Minardi at the end of 2005 and that was 10 years ago when Sebastian Vettel was behind the wheel. They have no chance of winning the Constructors’ Championship (2000/1 in places) but there are signs that Honda are beginning to find some reliability and that begs the question – did McLaren jump ship too soon in switching to Renault for their power units? Winter testing suggests it may be the car and not the engines that are the problem.

What was ominous at the Catalunya circuit, for the other teams in F1, was that Mercedes have probably improved again on last year’s championship-winning design. The new W09 completed more laps than any of its rivals in Barcelona and wasn’t found wanting. That said, it wasn’t as quick as either Red Bull or Ferrari but was rarely pushed to its limit.

It could be that Red Bull will prove the biggest threat to Mercedes in the Constructors’ Championship this year. Priced up at 19/5 by Marathonbet, the Milton Keynes-based team undoubtedly have a quicker car than last year – but will it last the pace of a 21-race campaign? Ferrari are available at a general 4/1 ahead of the first Grand Prix of the year in Melbourne.

F1 Constructors’ Championship 2018 Latest Odds

Mercedes 1/2, Red Bull 19/5, Ferrari 4/1, McLaren 33/1, Renault 300/1, Force India 500/1, Williams 1000/1, Toro Rosso 2000/1, Haas 3000/1, Sauber 5000/1

19 March 2018 Betting Tips

Event date: Various
Event(s): Football, Darts, AFL, Snooker, Tennis
Selection: Various
Bookmaker: WillHill, Betway, Coral, BoylesportsSkybet,
Rating:  2*, 3*, 4*

Morning all, apologies for lack of tips over the weekend, I was fairly busy with some personal issues but am back on it today!  The Aussie Rules season starts shortly and UK bookmakers have a tendency to be slow to react to prices changes as news naturally comes out of Australia first.  I have previously tipped Melbourne to beat Geelong (if you missed that then BetVictor still have Melbourne at 5/4 (2.25) whilst Australian bookies price them at 9/10 (1.9)) and now look at the Sydney v West Coast game.  Boylesports have the handicap at Sydney -12.5, which is a full 5 points better than Australian bookmakers, who have the line at 17.5. They will surely adjust the line closer to the game so the time to take advantage is now. BetVictor have the same line but at slightly worst odds, 5/6 (1.83).

19 March Tennis ATP Qualifying Basic to beat Novikov 4/5 (1.8) Betway 4*
21 March Snooker Players Championship McGill +2.5 v Higgins 10/11 Handicap (1.91) Skybet 2*
22 March Darts Premier League Van Gerwen v Smith Total Legs over 10.5 11/10 (2.10) Coral 3*
25 March Aussie Rules Sydney -12.5 v West Coast Handicap 20/23 (1.87) Boylesports 4*
31 March Football Serie A Juventus v AC Milan Both Teams to Score YES 11/8 (2.38) William Hill 3*

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Ace’s Golf Tips: Grillo talk in Dominican Republic

WHILE all the big guys are either taking a rest or playing in the Dell Technologies the others are in the Dominican Republic for the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship.

Although this is its third year this is the first time it has been sanctioned as a PGA Tour event. Lying beside the coast it is a 7600-yard, par 72, and although it’s long the ball flies quite a bit.

Scoring will probably be made on the front nine, while the back nine runs along the coast.

Emiliano Grillo

One man stands out for the this tournament and it’s Emiliano Grillo. I’ve followed the Argentine since I tipped him when he won his first tournament (Frys.com) on the PGA Tour.

He’s had a couple of top 10s this season, one at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, which is not unlike the Corales Puntacana course.

Earlier this month Grillo was leading at the Indian Open going into the third round. Unfortunately two double bogeys and four bogeys in his six-over 78 put paid to his chances.

However, it looks like his game is quite solid apart from that blip and this week could be his chance to get back up the rankings.

Rafael Campos

I’m going out on a limb for my second selection Rafael Campos. The Puerto Rican came to the fore last year after playing the Latinoamerica Tour for a few years.

He finish 10th in his local Puerto Rico Open which gave him a start on the PGA Tour at the Houston Open. He was again in contention for a while before finishing in seventh position. That was followed by a 32nd at the Heritage before returning to the Web.com Tour for a second time.

His first event was at the Corales Golf Club where he led for a while before finishing tied for third. This year he has full web.com playing privileges which is going well.

He was third in the Bahamas and second at the Panama Championship. Might be worth a small wager.

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It’s the first day of the Dell Technologies Match Play and Ace backs Kevin Chappell


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Ace’s Golf Tips: Match play made in heaven for Reed

THEY say the cream always comes to the top and it did last week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational which was won by Rory McIlroy.

My selection Justin Rose along with Henrik Stenson and Tiger Woods were all contesting on the Sunday – as was Rickie Fowler until he unexplicably double bogeyed the 71st and 72nd holes. Looks like all the top guys are finding their A game coming into the Masters.

The Pete Dye-designed Austin Country Club Course is the setting for this week’s Dell Technologies Match Play, where four of the world’s top 15 have decided to give it a miss.

Brooks Koepka (wrist injury), Rose, Fowler and Stenson will miss out but it’s still a strong field. Good match play credentials and form going into this week are going to be important.

The course is laid out with the front nine on higher ground in the Texas hills followed by a lowlands nine along the Lake Austin shoreline. The Pete Dye-designed track isn’t long at just over 7000 yards and has four reachable par fives and a drivable par four.

The format is 16 groups of four to be played over the first three days. The winners of each group move on to the knockout stage with two rounds being played on the Saturday and semi-finals and finals on the Sunday.

  • Course; Austin Country Club, Austin, Texas: 7108 yards: Par 71.

One man who really stands out for me this week is Patrick Reed. When you see his stats in the Ryder Cup match play golf looks like a format he enjoys. He was Team USA’s top points scorer in the last two Ryder Cups.

In his section he has Haotong Li and Charl Schwartzel who haven’t been setting the heather alight this year, in fact Schwartzel hasn’t managed a top 10 globally since the middle of last year.

Reed already has a WGC title in his locker (Doral 2014) and looks to have returned to form with a second at the Valspar followed up with a seventh at Bay Hill last week. You can never say Reed is short of confidence and with his last two outings showing an improvement he is looking good for Austin.

The one man who could put him under pressure is Jordan Spieth. But Spieth hasn’t got into the rhythm with his putting and that could be a problem for him. If Reed gets through his section he faces the winner of the group involving Alex Noren, Tony Finau and Thomas Pieters. Can see him going all the way this week.

Last year’s losing finalist Jon Rahm is my second selection. Against Dustin Johnson last year he quickly found himself five down but slowly clawed his way back with birdie after birdie to take the final to the last hole.

In the earlier rounds Rahm hadn’t put a foot wrong and it was only at the beginning of the final he looked vulnerable. To come back from that early setback and play the golf he played shows the guy’s character.

I like the way he attacks holes, he’s very like DJ in that respect, and that could be beneficial this week. Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Chez Reavie and Keegan Bradley are in his section with the Thai probably being his main obstacle.

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Ducks vs. Flames NHL Pick – March 21st

The Calgary Flames have long been a punching bag for the Anaheim Ducks. It’s a little hard to explain why the Flames have had such an awful time against the Ducks. Even when pressed on the issue, the Ducks didn’t have any explanation for it, either. Notably, the Flames have gone up in smoke in Anaheim. They ended a 25-game losing streak earlier this season. How a team loses 25 games like that is tough to explain.

It isn’t like the Flames were horrible during that stretch, as they met in the playoffs as well. A roulette ball can land on black or red 25 straight times, and the Flames landed on black in Anaheim 25 straight times. The Flames must find a hot table if they want some playing chips in the spring. They’re currently 6 games back of the final wild card spot.

It’s unlikely they come back but it’s not an impossible mountain to climb. There isn’t much for error, though. All it will take is a couple more losses and they could be down by ten games instead of six. The Ducks are barely hanging on, but they’re hanging on. They enter tonight with a record of 37-24-5 and 2 points up on the Stars for the final wild card.

That isn’t exactly the most ideal slot, as the team awaiting will likely be the Nashville Predators. I’d much rather take my chances against the Golden Knights or Jets. Who knows if they’re going to hold up in the playoffs. It’s been a year for them, that’s an understatement, but things can change fast in the playoff rounds. Vegas did a good job drafting guys who have already led teams in the playoffs, so there is some experience in that sense. The Flames and Ducks would love to just have a seat at the table. Head below for our free Flames vs. Ducks pick.

Anaheim Ducks vs. Calgary Flames Pick

In their last clash, the Flames got a rare win over the Ducks, 3-2 back in January. The Flames haven’t been at their best of late, though, tossing away games at a critical juncture in the season. They’ve lost three in a row and winners in just three of ten games. That’s not what you want right now. All they really had to do was go .500 in their last ten outings, and they’d probably be only 2 points behind. The defence has not been playing well, allowing 3.5 goals per game in their last ten. Nor have they been at their peak on offence, with 2.2 goals per during that ten-game stretch. They should probably consider turning on the engines right about now.

It couldn’t be more of an opposite story for the Ducks. They’ve won three in a row and have scored 3.5 goals per game while allowing 2.4 goals, so nearly completely opposite of the Flames. Anaheim is coming off a four-game winning streak, as they took three of the four. So, they head on the road playing good hockey, but how much is it going to take out of them? The Ducks are only 15-14-2 on the road, compared to 22-10-3 at home. I can just envision them going into Calgary taking the Flames lightly and losing a game they probably should win. The Flames aren’t dead yet and I think they show a pulse tonight. After playing perfect hockey in three straight games, the Ducks hit a snide against the Flames in Calgary.


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Will there be a McGregor v Mayweather UFC fight in 2018?

Following reports that Floyd Mayweather has gone and applied for an MMA licence, it has thrown more fuel on the fire of there being a shodown between the boxing legend and UFC star Conor McGregor this year.

That of course would be after their much-hyped duel in the boxing ring in Las Vegas last year, which Mayweather won to take his career record to 50-0. The American though likes a good circus of attention and a big fat paycheck and has already admitted that he has been training MMA.

41 year old Mayweather has been training with UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley to get ready for his debut in the sport. But would that debut come against former world champion McGregor? Maybe not and you can already shop around to find odds on Mayweather to have an official MMC fight in the UFC during 2018.

You will find a much longer price on there being a showdown in the octagon between McGregor and Mayweather during the 2018 calendar year. While Mayweather has been in training it is going to take most of the year to really get ready for a debut so if that happens later in the year a more likely scenario is that the two rivals would meet next year.

It will be a totally different kettle of fish for Mayweather, who was majestic in controlling his boxing bouts. Naturally if Mayweather was to step onto McGregor’s turf in the octagon then it would be the Irish star going as heavy-odds on favourites to get the win, probably to the point where it would be better keeping your money in your wallet.


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