BOOK A WHOLE MONTH OF PREMIUM RACING BETS FOR A SPECIAL PRICE OF JUST €50/£45 - CONTACT US BETTING.ANALYSTT@GMAIL.COM -- MARMONT is still on a competitive mark, but we really believe that his jockey out rode the others last time out. WALSINGHAM GRANGE was quite game when winning at Bangor, but that track suits sluggers were has this one doesn’t. FREE STONE HILL has bits of form which would be good enough, albeit he’s yet to back things up. We believe SIR EGBERT would have finished comfortably in front of SHINING ROMEO at Kempton if he hadn’t unseated rider. To be fair it wasn’t the horses fault, and their was enough in that run to suggest he’s going to do much better today under Tom Scudamore. It will be interesting to see what tactics the jockey uses has he could switch off at the back or go for it from the front. Either way, we have to trust he gets it right!
Betting is all about the odds, and 9/2 about TITAN appear decent value. While Oliver Greenall’s four year old wasn’t as good as BAL DE RIO on the flat, their was a lot to like about his recent second to Solo Saxaphhone. Afterall, he managed to get the Skelton horse off the bridal, and the third in that race Oxford Blue was only just touched off in a h’cap (125) next time out. Some commentators are suggesting the run might have been a fluke, but if anything we believe this lightly raced individual could improve. And, here’s the thing, favourite BULKOV has just one win and six seconds next to his name, and he’s penalised!
NOT MANY LEFT won well last time out, and the form could be worth around 137. However, we are not totally convinced the form will stand up, so we are happy to take him on at 2/1. It’s hard to split the Gordon Elliott pair ROARING BULL and GUN DIGGER, but that doesn’t matter has our bet will be on ARTICULUM. While Terence O’Brien’s 8 year old ran really poorly last time out, he had been super impressive before. Of course their are question marks about him now, but that’s built nicely in to a tasty 6/1
JENNYS MELODY has a 5 pound pull on her last time (0.5 Length) conqueror WEST BRIDGE, so she should certainly reverse. With regards to her first chase, we saw the the son of Gamut jump in particularly well. In fact, she might well have won had she held her place on the bend. Maybe she was slightly outpaced at that stage, so stepping up in trip should suit. Last but not least, this better ground won’t go amiss. Both KATE APPLEBY SHOES and MAGIC OF LIGHT need to give the selection 5 pounds, so it won’t be easy for the pair.
NOW ONLY - TENNIS BETS TO END OF SEASON (9 MONTHS) JUST €300/£270 - THAT’S LESS THAN A POUND PER DAY - PAYPAL ONLY - GET IN TOUCH NOW BETTING.ANALYSTT@GMAIL.COM - Elina Vesnina played a couple of wobbly types this week. By that we mean Ostapenko continues to shoot herself in the foot, while her first round opponent Shuai Peng is well off. The 31 year old Russian didn’t arrive at this tournament in the best of form, so in our opinion she’s still got something to prove. In yesterdays match Daria Kasatkina was very brave to come from a set down and beat Jo Konta. And, in the first round she took another decent scalp in Agnieszka Radwanska. The 20 year old has also beaten Aussie open winner Caroline Wozniacki, and potentially she’s very good.
NOW ONLY - TENNIS BETS TO END OF SEASON (9 MONTHS) JUST €300/£270 - THAT’S LESS THAN A POUND PER DAY - PAYPAL ONLY - GET IN TOUCH NOW BETTING.ANALYSTT@GMAIL.COM - Karolina Pliskova dug deep to come from a set behind and beat Carla Suarez Navarro. However, we very much doubt she wanted a three setter has she’s been ill and might need a bit of time. Angelique Kerber got the job done against a tricky Errani, and she leads Pliskova 6-3 on head to heads. The 30 year old German looks to be coming back to her best, and Pliskova’s pact game should suit her.
In our opinion these odds are a little weird. Afterall, while Elina Svitolina is the much higher ranked player, she’s a negative 1-2 against Naomi Osaka. Furthermore, Svitolina lost her focus against Qiang Wang and needed three sets, and losing to Elise Mertens at the Aussie open was less than expected. In yesterdays match Osaka had a wobble before closing out against Kontaveit, albeit she still saw it through. The 20 year old has a big game and with a bit more consistency she can reach a very high rank. We can understand why Svitolina is favourite, but she could have a real match on her hands here. We actually prefer betting Osaka when she’s the underdog, and has such we fancy her with the start here.
TENNIS BETS TO END OF SEASON (9 MONTHS) JUST €300/£270 - THAT’S LESS THAN A POUND PER DAY - PAYPAL ONLY - GET IN TOUCH NOW BETTING.ANALYSTT@GMAIL.COM - Jana Cepelova had a rough time of it since the middle of last year, but this week she’s looked to be improving. In fact, the 24 year old won two qualification rounds in good style, and then she slaughtered Carina Witthoeft in round one. Cepelova came good at about this time last year beating Coco Vandeweghe, and later in the year she won a clay tournament in this city. Shuai Zhang had a couple of good seasons, but she’s not at that level anymore. We can imagine Zhang being in for a tough season, and she’s beatable here.
TENNIS BETS TO END OF SEASON (9 MONTHS) JUST €300/£270 - THAT’S LESS THAN A POUND PER DAY - PAYPAL ONLY - GET IN TOUCH NOW BETTING.ANALYSTT@GMAIL.COM - If Donna Vekic played like she looked she would be top five. However, the Croatian just can’t get any consistence, and she hasn’t had a positive season since 2014. Ysaline Bonaventure has a very good record at ITF level, and she might be ready for the step up in competition. The 23 year old has already claimed the scalps of proven WTA players Richel Hogenkamp, Yulia Putintseva, Viktoria Kuzmova and Sara Sorribes Tormo this year, and the latter two were here. Bonaventure is playing the court well, and her main task here will be to stop Vekic’s first serve!
When these two last met Johanna Larsson was a very easy winner (6-2 6-4). However, that was over three years ago, and Aleksandra Krunic has improved a lot since. In fact, the Serbian recorded a fantastic 42-22 and that included winning Bol and making two other finals. The 24 year old started the season with solid wins against Carina Witthoeft and Garbine Muguruza, but lost out to Kontaveit and Strycova since. In the first round here, Krunic beat Garcia Perez and she should improve on that. We simply don’t like Johanna Larsson, she’s one paced and not particularly talented.
Arizona dusted off in-state rival Arizona St over the weekend and appear to be rounding into form with 2 consecutive wins by comfortable margin over the Sun Devils and the Trojans. The Beavers have had some nice moments this year but have struggled down the stretch with just 2 wins in their last 8 games. Still, the Beavers gave Arizona all they could handle earlier in the season at Arizona in a 62-53 loss that was close much of the way. Oregon St employed a tough physical style of play and employed the zone that frustrated the Wildcats for much of the game. Arizona has an important game at Oregon on deck and despite the troubles the Beavers gave them the first time around, we expect the Wildcats to be a bit unfocused here.
Along with Murray St, Belmont has proven to be the class of the Ohio Valley Conference but they face a Jacksonville St team that we still value highly and are still a force at home, sporting an 11-4 record. The Gamecocks won the reverse fixture so they should be anything but intimidated and their rebounding and defense should provide them with enough of an edge to keep this within a possession. Belmont hasn't done too well against the market lately, with just 1 cover in their last 5 and 3 of those games being on the road!