PREMIUM FOOTBALL BET - Swiss super league is back, and we are excited about the season ahead. This is your chance to join Football premium syndicate bets for an whole year (12 months) for a SPECIAL price of just €1500 ! ———— email@example.com ————— We are giving you the first bet in Switzerland for free use (sent to subscribers 3 hours ago) ———— It’s the opening round of the Swiss Super league, and FC Basel have a point to prove. Prior to the last two campaigns, the Bebi had a monopoly on this championship. In fact, they won it 8 years in succession, and always by big point margins! During the 2018/19 campaign, Basel could only finish 20 points runner-up. Nevertheless, they ended with 28 points more than todays opponent FC Sion. Furthermore, the visitors won both matches in this stadium (0-3 1-2), and the two home matches! Marcel Koller remains in charge of Basel, and we certainly believe he’s the right man for the job. It’s noticeable that he’s kept pretty much the same squad has last year, which is probably not a bad thing. Afterall, they came good in the second half of the campaign, and many of those players where having their first season at this level. As it stands, the squad age averages just 24.1 Just a quick side note, It’s the first time since the 2009/10 season we have seen the club go into a new season with a financial (€1m for Omar Alderete) deficit. Prior to the last two campaigns, the owners collected €14M + €22M from selling their top players. Basel won four of their five pre season friendlies. A look at score lines Lausanne (4-1), Nurnberg (4-0), Munich 1860 (1-5) and Kriens (4-2) suggests Koller plans on ‘’all out attack’’ this season! While Basel where entertaining the crowd in pre season, Sion where doing the opposite. Four of their five matches ended in 0-0 draws, and the other was 1-1. It’s worth noting 6 from 9 of their new signings are defensive players. And, with former Swiss international defender Stephane Henchoz taking the coaching role, chances are it’s going to be safety first! Contrasting styles here, but we can’t imagine Sion being good enough to put the proverbial brick wall.
TENNIS PICK - You can’t never be totally convinced with Irina Begu, but she appears to be in the type of form which won her this tournament in 2017. The local girl will almost certainly be driven on by the crowd, and in our opinion all she needs is to stay consistent. What the 28 year old did to Krunic and Juven would be enough to beat Laura Siegemund! With all due respect to the German girl, she didn’t need to be on her game to get the better of Lara Arruabarrena. In fact, we were left really disappointed by the Spaniards lack of effort, because she could never muster enough courage for a fight back. What we would like to point out, Siegemund had an amazing amount of luck with the net chord. Other than that we didn’t see anything spectacular from the 31 year old, and she could be out hit here!
PREMIUM FOOTBALL PICK - Summer football has proved very profitable for subscribers, and now the main season is approaching. In fact, Switzerland starts at the weekend, and a week later comes Belgium and English lower leagues. Join Premium football for an whole year (12 months) now for just €1500, once the season starts no pre season discount!! ————— firstname.lastname@example.org ————— Vaduz apply their trade in the Swiss second league, but they represent the tiny principality of Lichtenstein. That’s why they get to play this qualification round every season, and that of course helps us understand their exact level. The hosts disappointed last season, and if they have ambitions of getting back to the Super league they will need to do better this time around. On that note, the club let Andreas Hirzel go for €176K and they didn’t physically pay money for any of the 10 players coming in. With that said, Dominik Schwizer and a few others are talented, and their is no doubt who was the better team in the first leg! The Residenzier will be disappointed not to have won in Breidablik, because they had plenty of chances to score a goal. Last season they got past Levski sofia in the first round, and the club haven’t failed at this stage of the competition for a long time! Breidablik are nothing special, and why they won’t lack for effort they should be easy to expose!
PREMIUM WTA PICK - Sam Stosur would label clay has her most effective surface. However, in the opining round the ageing Aussie made heavy weather of beating Barbora Haas. Clearly the 35 year old will need to do better than that to get past Allie Kiick, and we are surprised to see her at such short odds to do so. Kiick is 11 years younger than Stosur, and she’s really useful on this type of surface. Two rounds of qualification where super easy for the American, and yesterdays first round match against Tatjana Maria was a non starter. We wouldn’t want to base our bet solely on yesterdays win for Kiick, but she does appear in the zone and a similar performance would make her hard to stop!
PREMIUM FOOTBALL BETTING TIP - Please don’t contact us today about new subscriptions, we don’t have time to respond ————— Reigning champions Atlanta United need to hit a winning streak. Afterall, they managed to take just one point from their last three league matches, and that has seen them drop down to fourth in the table. The good news for the hosts is they are just 6 points off leaders Philadelphia Union, and they have two games in hand. We could also point to the 6-2-1 at home, and over the last 9 competitive matches they are 8-1-0 at the Mercedes-Benz! Other reasons for optimism, it was about this time last year when they started winning. Coach Frank de Boer has got one of the hottest strikers in the league with Josef Martinez. And, we believe the depth of the squad covers for missing players Ezequiel Barco, George Bello, Kevin Kratz, Florentin Pogba and Tito Villalba. Houston Dynamo managed to take just 11 away points during the 2018 main season, that compared to 37 at home for Atlanta. With regards to the current campaign, the visitors are the worst travellers in the league with just 3 points (1-0-7). This looks a great opportunity for the Five Stripes to get back on track against a Dynamo which lost 6 of their last 7 games. We are taking the hosts to win by more than one!
PREMIUM RACING TIP - INSPIRED THOUGHT won 4 of his 6 races, but he was put in his place last time out. ATHOLBLAIR needs further than this, and JAMES WATT isn’t an easy ride for an inexperienced jockey. Hayley turner is the best female flat jockey in Europe, and she’s on the coming to form HART STOPPER. One thing is certain, she won’t get the 5 year old in a mess like Atzeni did at this track last time. Expect a last to first!!
PREMIUM WTA PICK - Two lefties going head to head here, and in our opinion plenty of bookmaker value to be had! Kristyna Pliskova leads head to heads 2-0, albeit those matches took place a while back. Furthermore, they where not on clay, and according to stats (44.6%) this is the Czechs worst surface. Ysaline Bonaventure is not far behind (114-92) on rankings, and she just peaked at that career high. The 24 year old is 61.3% on clay, and amongst her yearly highs was winning five matches in Rabat to make the quarter finals of that tournament. Pliskova is one of those players who quickly losers her nerve. The secret for her opponent is to keep the ball long, and let her make the mistakes. While execution is never guaranteed, these odds are more than fair.
PREMIUM FOOTBALL PICK - This is a one-off that you can have our main football bet for free use, hope it works out for those betting ————— Neither of these teams will have a future in the Champions league. However, after going out of this competition last year, Dudelange progressed all the way into the group stages of the Europa league. Getting to play teams such has Betis, AC Milan and Olympiakos meant a big payday for the Luxembourg club. It’s hard to know how good the visitors will be this season, because they bought in 21 new players. While that mind sound ambitious, the truth is 27 players went the other (left the club) way, albeit the squad remains at a whopping 34! Dudelange won a pre season friendly against Virton, but could only draw (2-2) the reverse match against todays opponent Valletta. What was disappointing about that effort is they allowed a two goal lead to slip, and they seemed to tire from the 60th minute onwards. If we go back to last season the visitors won in Cluj and Legia, and they forced a draw in the group stage with Betis!! Maltese football is known for ‘’match-fixing’’, albeit most serious bookmakers no longer take bets on the Malta Premier league. Valletta won last seasons league on goal difference,. At this time last year they progressed past Albanian club Kukesi to make the 2nd qualification round of the Europa league. In fact, over the past three seasons they made the second stage, and on two occasions progress was down to away goals counting double. With regards to the reverse match, Dudelange could have been 4 up by half time. To his credit, Valletta goalkeeper Bonello pulled off a good save to stop the hosts building on their lead. In the second half, Garos bought down an opponent just outside the box, and Packer scored from the pursuing free kick. A badly defended corner was headed home to make it 2-2. On that note, Valletta have the upper hand by scoring 2 in the away leg. That means a low score draw would be enough to make the next stage, so it will be interesting to see how they set-up! Valletta will be without suspended Rowen Muscat, while Kaljevic, Caruana and Malano remain injured. PREDICTION That free-kick Packer scored was out of the Messi book, we don’t believe he could do that again from 20 efforts. While Dudelange were guilty of giving away a lead, they where by far the better side. It’s really hard for us to envisage anything other than an away win, so with ‘’draw no bet’’ to cover that’s the route we shall take!
PREMIUM TENNIS PICK - Please note, we won’t be answering e-mails today, and nor do we answer e-mails we consider to be stupid. By that we mean e-mails such has ‘’i want winner’’, ‘’explain your site’’, ‘’what is double chance’’, ‘’can i have free days’’, ‘’ can you help with my countries football lottery’’ , can you guarantee this will win’’ ———— some not so clever people! ——————— Interesting Mihaela Buzarnescu chose to come here in preference to a local tournament in Bucharest. Maybe she didn’t want to feel the pressure of expectancy when playing at home, and their is a glut of Romanians at that tournament. Buzarnescu was a late developer, and she’s not had the best (8/20) year to date. However, if we dissect her recent form, we can certainly suggest she’s been unlucky with the draw. And, the 31 year old did get past Ostapenko, Goerges and Tomljanovic in recent clay tournaments. Stefanie Voegele does have home advantage, but she’s been very hit and miss in the past when playing in Switzerland. Recent defeats to Pieri (rank 340), Zavatska (133) and Shillin Xu (190) are other negative factors to consider.
PREMIUM TENNIS PICK - Please note, we don’t have time to accept new subscribers today ———— Martina Di Giuseppe plays 80% of her matches on clay, and her overall win record on this surface is 59.1%. However, the 28 year old has never been ranked higher than 166, and most of her wins came in qualification or low grade ITF tournaments (W25 - W160). Suffice to say, she’s making a living but not much more! Di Giuseppe won three rounds of qualification, but now she’s playing someone who was ranked number 19 in the world. 33 year old Varvara Lepchenko is the winner of close to $4.5M in prize money, and she’s currently ranked 117. Her YTD 22/17 is what we would expect from the American, and during 2019 she’s enjoyed season wins over Mchale, Kozlova, Sorribes Tormo, Bara and Zhuk amongst others. While Lepchenko is no longer at the level she once was, their is a class divide between WTA and ITF. This is enough to convince us she’s got this match on her racket!
PREMIUM RACING TIP - Course and distance winner HATS OFF TO HARRY is two pounds lower than when finishing a close fifth at Sandown, it’s fair form and he should make the places. ISOMER often suggests he needs this type of trip, but once he’s upped he tends to under perform. SHOWROOM needs to put two poor runs behind him. It’s got to be MANDARIN who would have gone a lot close at sundown but for badly missing the break. No surprise to see a jockey change, the challenge will be to find the gaps for this strong finisher!
PREMIUM TENNIS TIP - We have five for the opening day, and after taking a nibble (price drop) at this one we are adding for free. You can get the whole week of WTA tips from Lausanne + Bucharest for €40 - email@example.com . Despite winning their only meeting, Tamara Zidansek can’t be bet to repeat that performance when she takes on Kaja Juvan in todays first round. Back in June, the 21 year old came from a set down to win that semi final match in Bol. She went on to win that tournament, and she was also a finalist in Nurnberg. However, her 18 year old opponent has since won 6 of her 8 matches on grass, that augers well for her return to a surface where she’s 79.4%. The young Slovenian lost just one of her first round matches this season, and she’s the winner of six ITF clay tournaments over the past 18 months!