Their is an argument to suggest both of these 23 year olds would be more comfortable on clay. In some ways it's surprising that they have never played against each other, because they tend to play in the same tournaments. What we can say is Putintseva has her moments, and on a good day she's a very tough player. However, we prefer the Swede, with our main reasoning being she has more talent. Also, her win record this season is a solid one, and she's usually well prepared.
This is not a PREMIUM BET - Simona Halep won her last five meetings with Sloane Stephens, and four of them were in straight sets. Furthermore, she's covered this h'cap mark on all five occasions, so head to heads are clearly on the Romanian's side. We should also mention that Simona came from a set down to win this years French open from the same opponent, and she's been in fantastic form all week!
Starting pitchers are Joey Lucchesi for the hosts and Jake Arrieta for the visitors. Despite a below average fastball and a limited repertoire, Joey Lucchesi has managed to put up a sub 4.00 ERA and xFIP on the year over 17 starts on the strength of his tricky delivery. Nevertheless, Lucchesi has fared noticeably worse at home and his ability to induce groundballs is somewhat nullified by what's been a relatively poor defense behind him. Against southpaws, the Phillies have the highest walk rate in the NL at 10.5% which is something that Lucchesi has struggled against and the Phillies willingness to put the ball into the ground (45.7%) should be to their advantage here for reasons stated above. On the other side, Jake Arrieta has an even higher groundball rate than Lucchesi and we believe that will be to his detriment as well with an even worse Phillies defense behind him. Bullpens are excellent for both sides but we believe this total should not be in the 7's given the pitching matchups. If anything, we believe it's based more on name recognition and Arrieta is far removed from his Cy Young days!
Starting pitchers are Marcus Stroman for the hosts and Tyler Glasnow for the visitors. Since coming over from the Pirates, Tyler Glasnow has loggged 7 innings for the Rays over 2 abbreviated starts by design with 2 runs allowed both on 2 solo home runs and a fantastic 14/1 K/BB ratio. While it's obviously premature to say Glasnow has completely turned it around, what is evident based on recent comments is that he is much more comfortable with the Rays and their coaches and believes they are on the same page regarding pitching game plans and how to attack the hitters. Glasnow should have a longer leash this time around and facing a Blue Jays team that's been hit hard with injuries shouldn't be too much of a challenge in our opinion! On the other side, Marcus Stroman fared extremely well last time out against Boston, allowing just 1 unearned run over 7 ininngs of work albeit in a no-decision as the bullpen would go on to lose the game, and the sinkerballer has allowed 3 runs or lwess in 5 of his last 6 starts. However, there is a reason Stroman has struggled with his ERA as he's been victimized by a high BABIP largely due to a poor defense behind him. While Stroman has been able to keep things under control at home, we believe the defensive liability is magnified on turf with a groundball pitcher and furthermore, the Rays are a team that relies on putting the ball into play and using their speed to create scoring chances and runs. The Blue Jays bullpen has been in shambles of late and trading away Seung-Hwan Oh hasn't helped as no one has stepped up to fill the closer role or performed well in high leverage situations. The Rays sold off many of their assets as well but their bullpen has been much more reliable so with all things considered, we like the visitors to get the sweep on the strength of their pitching!
Have this one on us - If you want todays 7 racing bets and a full month, we are charging just €100 for a full 30 days ——firstname.lastname@example.org ———KOSHARI is way too short in the betting, while JAMIE SOMMERS is a noon at every cost. BOOT CAMP appears to be his stables second string, albeit we don’t see much between him and COUNT SIMON. The one to be on is WOODLAND OPERA. Jessica Harrington’s 8 year old has a much higher rating over fences and their is no reason to believe he won’t like the hurdles today - For me this is my BANKER!
PREMIUM PAID FOOTBALL SERVICE monthly (€250) or to the end of 2018 (€900) - email@example.com ------------ Wolves won last years Championship by nine points, and to be fair the owners have been splashing the cash on new players. From what we see the Wanderers made some really interesting signings, and we like how they have a youthful (24.8) squad. Nuno Santo is clearly a good man to have in charge, and last weeks friendly win over Villarreal suggests the hosts are good to go. Ever since Everton lost David Moyes to Manchester United, they have been getting through managers at an alarming rate. It will be interesting to see how ex Hull and Watford boss does with his new charge. To be fair the Toffee’s try to buy like a big club, and their owners have again gone €68K into the Red. Mina and Digne came from Barca, while Richarlison was a big purchase from Watford. However, it didn’t really work last season, and maybe it won’t again. With that said, the Toffee’s are a big price here and draw no bet at 2.37 is massive!
Quick explanation of what these basic Asian h’caps mean : -0.5 = win, +0.5 double chance, +/-0 (draw no bet) - Easy to understand and the way pro’s bet! ------------ Watford cashed in on Richarlison (€40 M) during the summer, but we don’t see that has a bad move. In fact, we believe capturing Gerald Deulofou from Barcelona was a better move, because he’s only 24 and great value for €14 Million. The fact is the Hornets have done a bit of team building, and they have an experienced squad. Coach Javi Garcia fits in nicely, and they played well enough in pre season friendlies. Brighton are owned by a profession gambler called Tony ‘’the Lizard’’ Bloom. To be fair him and Chris hughton found the magic to get the Seagulls promoted and stay in the league last season Furthermore, the owner went over €60 million in the red for summer signings that were no doubt picked by Blooms betting syndicate! However, most newbies don’t have experience of the Premier, and we believe the Seagulls are going down this year. This match ended 0-0 last season, but that was after a early sending off for the host. Lets get stuck in to Watford, because for us they are the best bet in saturdays Premier league matches.
David Wagner should be given a medal for getting Huddersfield promoted, and then keeping his team in the top league. However, this is not a rich club, and they clearly needed to strengthen their squad during the summer. To be fair, the board went €35 million into the red and they have bought in experience. Chelsea are sweating on whether Eden Hazard will leave the club to join Real Madrid, but we rate that very doubtful. Selling Tibaut Courtois to the same club was a fantastic move in our opinion, because in coming GK Kepa (Athletic) is much better in our opinion. The last time Chelsea missed out on the CL they went on to claim the league title - and we expect the Blues to go close again under new coach Sarri.
DO IT today & we give all football bets to end of 2018 for just €750 (After - will return to €990 ) ADMIN@BETTING-ANALYST.COM————————London derby and just a few miles separating these two clubs. Home advantage will clearly be less, thus it’s no surprise to see the pair squeezed together in the betting market. Fulham have been buying players for the challenge ahead, and they are -€110 million player trades during the summer. However, the club clearly needs to invest for the higher level, and whether Aleksandar Mitrovic was worth €20 million is an issue we have. In fact, €30 million acquisitions Anguissa (Marseille) and Jean Michel Seri (Nice) look expensive. 71 year old Roy Hodgson remains in charge of the Eagles - Nice to see the club are supporting his pension plan. Palace had a lot of injury issues last season, so Roy will be hoping for better this time around. On a positive note we like the shape of the square, and Kouyate coming in from West Ham is a solid move. Going for the Eagles in the draw no bet market - should be favs in our opinion.
For those wanting free bets daily, visit our free section https://betting-analyst.com/free-tips for football, US Sports, Tennis and Racing ————— Bournemouth had a moderate last season. With that in mind, no surprise seeing Eddie Howe offloading some of his mis-performers. To be fair to the board they have got behind their coach to bring in Jefferson Larma for €28 million, plus Diego Rico and David Brooks for sums in excess of €10 million. Cardiff didn’t appeal to us when they were in the championship. And, while they finished second at the end of last seasons campaign, they didn’t give the impression that they would be finding this level easy. We would also question the Bluebirds holding on to manager Neil Warnock. Afterall, the 69 year old has often struggled when managing teams in the premier. We can only imagine an home win, maybe 2-0.
We hope you find this Premier league preview both helpful and profitable. Follow the proven winners…. https://betting-analyst.com ——— Newcastle made a trading profit during the off season. However, we believe they have done well, because they sold Mitrovic (€20 M) , and Mbemba for decent money. Furthermore, Rondon is a great ‘’paid’’ loan acquisition’’, and what about buying Merino for €7 million from Dortmund and then selling him a few days later to Real Sociedad for €5 million profit! Club also acquired Muto from Mainz for 10.7M. Tottenham haven’t bought a single player, and Pochettino must be disappointed with club owner Daniel Levi. Anyway, despite having some top players , the club have failed to show any ambition. Take the magpies to get a share of the points, maybe 1-1.
Starting pitchers are Danny Duffy for the hosts and Jack Flaherty for the visitors. After pitching brilliantly for much of June and July, Danny Duffy appears to be regressing with 2 poor outings in his last 3 starts. Duffy was touched up for 7 runs in 5.2 innings against the Tigers then after tossing 5.2 scoreless innings against the White Sox, Duffy was again hit hard for 6 runs on 8 hits in 6 innings against the Twins last time out. In the Cardinals, the southpaw draws a tough assignment against a right handed heavy lineup that can hit for some power and if we look at Duffy's splits, they are quite extreme as he walks nearly 3 batters more per 9 innings and allows twice as many home runs against right handers, all adding up to an xFIP of 5.21 compared to 3.50 against left handers. On the other side, Jack Flaherty brings a sparkling 3.27 ERA and an xFIP not much worse at 3.47 to this game but some issues are creeping up as his walk rate (3.08 BB/9) and home run rate (1.31 HR/9) have steadily increased as the season's progressed. Flaherty is still a strikeout machine with 11.02 punch outs per 9 innings but one of the few things the Royals do well is make contact as they strike out just 20.0% of the time against right handers, 6th lowest rate in the league. Make no mistake, the Royals are a dreadful hitting team but they have shown some life lately, at least in scoring runs and perhaps they can take advantage of Flaherty's extreme L/R splits that sees his xFIP against left handers over a full run higher than against left handers. It also bears mentioning that Flaherty hasn't been too durable as he hasn't thrown more than 6 innings in any of his last 8 starts and only twice has he thrown exactly 6 innings during that span. This is rather important as the Cardinals bullpen is a liability with the 7th worst SIERA in the league at 4.07. On that note, the Royals' relievers have the worst SIERA in baseball at 4.47 and despite Duffy showing that he can be an innings eater, we see both sides having their chances against the starters early and the poor bullpens late as well!