Have this one on the house! - We don’t like taking shortish odds, but KODITIME stands out has a good thing. Clive Cox does particularly well with sprinters, and this fella was good enough to win on his return. From were we are sitting it’s easy to imagine the son of Kodiac progressing into a group horse, and too achieve that he needs to win a race like this. LAKE VOLTA should again be placed, while LOOKS A MILLION is the other we would expect to fill in a top three spot.
Coventry have seen much better days, albeit that’s not been for a while now. In fact, the Sky Blues were relegated from the first division last season, so this is their one and only chance to make it back. Here is an interesting fact that not many would know, Exeter’s biggest win (8-1) ever was against todays opponent Coventry. Oh, and that all happened back in 1926! Moving on to the betting for this match. You have to ask yourself why Coventry are big favourites to win this one off game at neutral Wembley stadium. Afterall, The Grecian’s ended the main season with five points more on the table. And, while it was one each in head to heads, it was Exeter who finished ahead on aggregate scores. A look at team news shows that the Sky Blues are without suspended defender Tom Davies, while Peter Vincenti, Tony Andreu and Jodi Jones are injured. Exeter have confirmed that Lee Holmes will be absent, and Troy Brown is doubtful. With all due respect these odds appear very biased. Our recommendation Exeter to be promoted at odds 2.36 with 188bet!
Genk are traditionally very difficult to beat at home, albeit during the main season they were the third worst team in the division. With that said, the hosts have won both games this season against Waregem. On a more positive note for the visitors they have been in incredible for during the second part of the season. In fact, the Essevee won nine on the spin before drawing with Lokeren, and during injury time they went on to win that match with ten men. Neither coach can complain about missing players, so their should be no excuse on that score. At these odds we have to take a chance on the visitors defying their twelve league matches without defeat.
We have three high value bets tennis bets today, and this is one of them. Everyone who asks before 13.00 (European time) can have the other two for free, just write to us ‘’tennis’’ at firstname.lastname@example.org and we send by return mail. This was our best grand slam last year with high profits and we expect the same again! ———— (Preview) Their is no doubting who is the more stable player of the two. Nevertheless, Venus has let her standards slip this year, and age/lack of motivation might be catching up with the 37 year old. And, while their is an argument to suggest the American will get herself up for this, we are remembering back to last year when Wang Qiang made her fight very hard for the victory. In fact, the match went to a second set tie breaker and their only other meeting needed three sets. In our opinion Wang has the tools to beat her opponent, so her biggest challenge could be having a strong enough mentality.
Want the other racing bets for free including 7/1 shot - you can get them free today by mailing us ''racing'' email@example.com - Offer open until 12.30 UK time (13.30 European)------ Followers should know that we have an extreme high strike rate in novice chasers and Hunters. We believe one of the reasons for that is we choose our races carefully. QUALANDO had an extremely high hurdles rating for a horse who has won just two of his twenty three races. Last time out he ran a cracker at Cheltenham, but now he’s switching back to fences. Whichever way you look at it he’s struggled over the larger obstacles, and Alan Jone’s seven year old appears to be at his best in a big field. KK LEXION wasn’t fluent over hurdles, so we have to worry for him over fences. And, MISTER MIYAGI is a hold-up horse who will need to jump better than he did in two point to points. the one to be on is 16 times raced DASHING OSCAR. Harry Fry’s 8 year old is the winner of five races and their is no reason why he shouldn’t jump a fence. Another thing we like about the selection is he’s a front-runner, which in turn should help him keep out of an trouble.
Don't miss your chance to get all our WTA bets for the 2 week French open for just €50 - We won't be giving much away for free and it starts tomorrow. firstname.lastname@example.org - Two players ranked in the 30's go head to head in this final. To be fair both have probably seen better days, and that's especially the case with Dominika Cibulkova. Afterall, the Slovakian was ranked number four in 2017 (march), so her current 36 is quite a drop. Cibulkova looked like she was going out of the competition when a set down and 5-3 down (tie breaker) in yesterdays semi final. However, the tenacious 29 year old dug deep and came back to beat her opponent. What we can say about Dominika is that she's usually very hard to beat in finals, and she leads Pav's 7-3 on head to heads.
We will be extremely disappointed if Fulham can't win this final and make it into the Premiership. Afterall, we have maintained that the Cottagers are the best side in this division for a while, and they would have been automatically promoted had they started the campaign better. If the Londoners did slip up on the run-in it was losing their last match in Birmingham (3-1), and that's especially the case when we consider they had a whopping 72% possession. Aston Villa are trying to return to the league they were relegated from last season. Like their opponents they too started the season rather slowly, and at times they have appeared very average indeed. Nevertheless, the Villains should be commended for cutting out the draws (4 in last 25 league matches), because it's those 15 wins against 6 defeats that helped them get into the play-offs. With regards to team news, it certainly favours the local team. In fact, Slavisa Jokanovic is expecting to have a full squad available, while Steve Bruce is without Neil Taylor and Ahmed Al Mohamady is doubtful!
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Johanna Larsson is having a good week, and she certainly showed her endurance when beating Kristyna Pliskova in yesterdays QF. However, todays opponent Katerina Siniakova is going to be a bigger challenge yet, and we believe it´s going to be the Slovakian advancing. While the 22 year old hasn´t had to beat much this week, she´s the type of player who grows into tournaments. We can also point out that she leads Larsson 2-1 on head to heads, and one of them was in the Swede´s own back yard (Bastad) on clay. Siniakova has a strong mentality and she´s unlikely to blow a big opportunity like this!
It might be just one of those things, but Gordon Elliott was 0/23 over the past fortnight. His FALAK is certainly a contender, albeit he´s rated a few pounds inferior to ROSERIVER HAS on the flat. Since the latter didn´t start his career in that sphere it´s fair to say he should be better than his 122 rating over the sticks. We believe their is more to come from the good looking five year old and he should win this. Despite receiving a fair bit of weight STATE OF NIRVANA has something to prove!
Steph Hollinshead´s mare BELLEDESERT is best when coming through horses. That of course means we will need a bit of luck in running from box six. Nevertheless, Robert Winston knows how to ride her best and she´s certainly capable of a big performance from such a low mark. The favourite LEO MINOR is running well, but odds of around 2/1 are way too short. If we wanted a wild forecast bet then CD winner EDGED OUT would be the one!