HERE IS A GAME TO GET YOU STARTED! - If Las Palmas still have ambitions of staying in the top league, then they will need to win this match against fourth bottom Levante. Afterall, they trail the Valencia club by seven points, and that gap clearly needs to be reduced. The visitors haven’t won any of their last eight league matches, and last week they lost at home to Real Madrid. Nevertheless, draws in Deportivo, Leganes, and Athletic Bilbao show they are capable, and lets not forget the recent 0-0 with runaway league leaders Barcelona. To be fair Levante have been over-performing, and they come into this having won two and drawing two from their last four. With that said those victories were by tight margins, and in our opinion they are being over rated here. In Fact, Les Gronotes also have a big missing list, because Jason, Boeteng, Fernandez, Luna, Tono, Doukoure, Alegria and Lukic are all out!
WAR SOUND is consistent, but he hasn’t been winning. TOWN PARKS won back to back and one of them was over CD. Nevertheless, he fell last time out and he’s got a bit to prove from a mark of 134. BALLYARTHUR isn’t bad odds, and if he was with another trainer we might be interested. All the same, the one we like is ALLYSSON MONTERG. Despite being pulled up last time, Richard Hobson’s eight year old should have more to give and a mark of 139 should be within his compass!
We wouldn’t recommend taking cross country form literally, but CHIC FORM appears to have a real shout here. Richard Hobson’s six year old ran a cracker in the Glenfarclas at Cheltenham, and some of his past form stands him out at these weights. Bare in mind that the 6 year old ran in some of the best races at Auteuil and he’s a strong stayer who likes this type of ground. BAYWING will find this tougher under his new mark, so YALA ENKI would be best for a cover bet!
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With seven matches remaining in France ligue one things are tight. In fact, it’s the bottom half of the table which interests us most has places 10 to 19 are separated by just ten points. As it stands, Angers are thirteenth in the table, but just two points above sixteenth placed Strasbourg. Angers come into this match on the back of three wins from their last five matches, two of them were at home to Caen (3-0) and Guingamp (3-0). Stephane Moulin’s side have only succumbed to runaway league leaders PSG in their last five games, and even then they were hardly disgraced in losing 2-1. Strasbourg play some fanciful football, albeit they can be very naive. In last weeks 2-2 draw with Metz their defence was easily taken apart by the bottom of the league, and has such they didn’t deserve more than a point. We also need to point out they were playing a team which were missing ten regular players, and they were the host! Angers look stable and it’s that which should bring max points here.
TAKE THIS RACING TIP FOR FREE - FOR THE OTHER FOUR SIGN UP FOR A FULL MONTH AT JUST €50 INSTEAD OF €100!!—————Based on his bumper form SECRET LEGACY should be doing better than his 119 hurdles rating. For one reason or the other SECRET LEGACY appears to have become a bit soft, so at odds of 9/4 he’s worth taking on. With the future in mind, ALWAYS ON THE BALL will be one to keep an eye on. However, for the winner we have to take HURRICANE DYLAN. Kevin Frost’s son of Brian Boru should be at home on this testing ground, and his third at Market Rasen tells us he’s the form horse. Afterall, he was only beaten 1.25L by a a horse rated 125, and the second had an even loftier rating of 132. Whichever way you look at it, he’s worth 123+
SERIOUS ABOUT WINNING - SIGN UP FOR OUR PREMIUM BETS - With just five matches of the Eredivisie remaining, PSV have seven points in hand on Ajax. However, Philip Cocu’s side must play that team next week, so they won’t want to drop points in this match against AZ Alkmaar. We say that because that would give their main rivals some hope, and any extra pressure at this stage would be unwelcome. The Boeren have had the odd lapse of concentration this season, and three games back they were thrashed 5-0 by Willem II. Since then Cocu’s players bounced back to beat both Venlo (3-0) and Breda (5-1), so their is clearly no lasting affect! Earlier on in the season the reverse match ended 3-2 to PSV, and this fixture last season finished 2-4 to the visitors. In fact, PSV have won their last 8 meetings with AZ, and by an aggregate of 23-8 goals. The Cheeseheads are clear of the pack in third place, which in turn means they are likely to be awarded a place in next seasons Europa league. However, the one observation which stands out with the host is they are actually better on the road, and they are just the fifth best home team! Great chance for PSV to put a rubber seal on the title!
After losing the cup final to St Liege, hosts Genk must feel they are owed a bit of luck. Afterall, the winner came during injury time, and if anything Genk had more opportunities to score. One thing that stands out here is Genk have a particularly bad record against St Liege. In fact, Racing won just one of their last 18 meetings with todays opponent, while Les Rouge won eleven of those games. Traditionally speaking Genk are to be reckoned with when playing at the Crystal arena, albeit this season things haven’t been that great. For the record, the hosts were just 4-6-5 at home during the normal season, that’s the third worst in the league. Despite already securing a place in next seasons Europa league (cup win) St Liege are ending the season strongly. In the last round Ricardo Sa Pinto’s side beat Charleroi (1-0), and they only lost one of their last eleven competitive matches. A win today for the visitors would put them in touching distance of Champions league football, so why not!
Following five defeats and a draw, Zwolle were finally able to get a win against Sparta Rotterdam (2-0). Nevertheless, it’s easy to see how the visitors have let their level slip since the winter break. And, the fact is John Van’t Schip’s team haven’t won away in 2018. The reverse match ended with Zwolle winning 4-2, and overall their record against the Miners is a good one. With that said the hosts won this fixture last season, and they come into this after winning back to back in Breda (0-1) and Vitesse (0-3). For the recordd, we thought they delivered their best performance of the season against the Vitas, and 9-3 shots on goal support that theory. Take the hosts!
With just five matches of the Eredivisie remaining, PSV have seven points in hand on Ajax. However, Philip Cocu’s side must play that team next week, so they won’t want to drop points in this match against AZ Alkmaar. We say that because that would give their main rivals some hope, and any extra pressure at this stage would be unwelcome. The Boeren have had the odd lapse of concentration this season, and three games back they were thrashed 5-0 by Willem II. Since then Cocu’s players bounced back to beat both Venlo (3-0) and Breda (5-1), so their is clearly no lasting affect! Earlier on in the season the reverse match ended 3-2 to PSV, and this fixture last season finished 2-4 to the visitors. In fact, PSV have won their last 8 meetings with AZ, and by an aggregate of 23-8 goals. The Cheeseheads are clear of the pack in third place, which in turn means they are likely to be awarded a place in next seasons Europa league. However, the one observation which stands out with the host is they are actually better on the road, and they are just the fifth best home team! Great chance for PSV to put a rubber seal on the title!
Eight matches remaining and both of these teams are hovering close to the relegation zone. As it stands, Freiburg have four more points on the board than opponents Wolfsburg, but that won’t count for much if they lose today. The thing with Freiburg is they rely on taking the majority of points at home. In fact, despite back to back defeats at the Schwarzwald stadium, 21 of their 30 points have been taken at home. And, prior to those defeats against Bayern (0-4) and Stuttgart (1-2) Christian Streich’s side had only lost one of twelve has host. Wolfsburg have taken equal amount of points at home and away (13). However, they haven’t won a league match in eight, and they clearly have big issues with missing players. For todays match Martin Schmidt is expecting to be without newly suspended Blaszczykowski, Brooks, Bruma, Gerhardt, Tisserand, Uduokhai, Mehmedi and Jung. While top scorer Origi is also doubtful, and so is Brekalo. That could be three more missing players. Great opportunity for the host!
SECOND FREE PREMIUM BET - Sheffield Wednesday won their last three matches and are playing much better under new coach Jos Luhukay. As it stands, the Owls have moved 13 points clear of the relegation zone and are 16 outside the play-off places. Suffice to say, the hosts just have prestige to play for now, and that won’t be easy with a growing injury list. On that note, the hosts won’t have Joost Van Aken or Morgan Fox available for the rest of the season. Gary Hooper, Sam Hutchinson and Keiren Westwood are also sidelined. Players who could get a start are Fernando Forestieri and Daniel Pudil, although they too lack full fitness. Fulham probably got going to late to make an impact on the automatic promotion places. Nevertheless, we long believe them to be the best side in this division, and they come into this on the back of 18 league matches unbeaten. Furthermore, 14 of those were wins and six were on the road. Cottager’s boss Slavisa Jakonovic has a full squad available, so his only dilemma will be picking his best eleven.