TENNIS BET NUMBER 4 of 7 - It’s interesting to note that Timea Babos came here rather than the clay tournament in Charleston. Afterall, the 24 year old Hungarian is best on a slow surface. With that said, she did come to Monterrey last season were she made the QF. Despite already winning Taipei City we can’t say Babos has overly impressed this week. In fact, she needed three long sets to get past Naomi Broady, a player she beat 6-2 6-3 at this tournament last year. An interesting stat from that match was her opponent making 20 aces and that’s the thing with Babos, she’s slow! At last weeks tournament in Miami, Olympic gold medalist Monica Puig showed she was getting her act together. While she was beaten by Danielle Collins, she had already claimed the scalps of Stosur, Wozniacki and Sam Stosur. In our opinion beating Nicole Gibbs and the in-form Stefanie Voegle in straight sets here is stronger form than what her opponent has shown!
THIS IS A THIRD FREE PREMIUM TENNIS BET FROM OUR SEVEN - ADDING MORE WILL DEPEND ON THE NUMBER OF UNIQUE VISITORS WE GET TO THE SITE. FOR NOW AT LEAST YOU HAVE THREE!! ———— Like we anticipated, Anastasija Sevastova had it easier against Ashleigh Barty compared to her previous round rival Caroline Dolehide. With that said, both of those played into the hands of the Latvian and we can imagine this match against Kristyna Pliskova being more difficult. Kristyna might not have the confidence of her twin sister Karolina, but in some ways she’s more resilient than her sibling. This week the 26 year old has defied the odds to beat Siniakova, Kvitova and Vesnina. What we have seen from the Czech girl is some excellent serving and an ability to use opponents pace to good affect. And, while she’s wobbled during some phase of each match, we like the way she regrouped to ride the storm. Take Kristyna with a start!
PREMIUM BET FOR FREE - LETS MAKE MONEY!! Despite their still being nine matches to play it looks like Club Brugge will be crowned champions. Afterall, the runaway league leaders are nine points clear of the pack, whereas the other five teams are separated by just 6 points. With that in mind, their is still plenty left to play for and the competition should be interesting. Both of these teams lost their first Championship group match, but boy were Anderlecht poor at home to Gent. Maybe Hein Vanhaezebrouck will cite missing many players has the reason for their poor effort, but that won’t change here. Afterall. the Purple/Whites won’t have suspended Trebel, or Appiah, Bruno, Kara, Deschacht or Onyekuru available. Boeckx, Najar, Sowah and Dauda bring the absent list to ten players! An 85th minute goal was rough justice when Charleroi lost their opening match in St Liege. And, their is also a worry that the Zebra’s haven’t won any of their last nine competitive matches. With that said, the hosts lost just one of their fifteen league fixture at the Stade du Pays, and during the main season they beat Anderlecht 2-0 at home. We could also add that Felice Mazzu’s side won the reverse fixture 1-3, and their only missing player is GK Penneteau. On that note he had already been replaced by Mandanda before last weeks match! All in on Charleroi against an unbalanced opponent!
IF WE SEE ENOUGH CLICKS WE WILL ADD ALL TENNIS TODAY. FOR NOW HERE IS A SECOND TENNIS BET FOR FREE! —— Lack of financial support made it difficult for Bernarda Pera to get her tennis career started. With that in mind, we should at least give the 23 year old great credit for what she’s achieved since moving to the US. Pera toughed it out to win her last two round matches against Yastemska and Errani, with the latter being particularly impressive. From what we have seen the leftie is a mentally tough player, and she’s capable of reaching a much higher rank. Madison Keys got the better of Camila Giorgi in straight sets, albeit the match lacked any real rhythm. We can imagine that playing Pera will be similar to the three setter against Lara Arruabarena, in that Pera is more resilient than Giorgi. Whether Pera is mentally tough enough is open to question, but we fancy her to at least get within the h’cap start!
QUARTER FINAL DAY IN BOTH CHARLESTON AND MONTERREY AND WE HAVE SEVEN PREMIUM BETS - WE ARE TEMPTED TO PUT THEM ALL ON LINE FOR FREE TODAY, SO WATCH THIS SPACE! We fancied Julia Goerges to beat Naomi Osaka in yesterdays match, but we didn’t have the balls to call the bet. To be factual, we were worried that her form in the previous round wasn’t resounding enough, and to be more forthright our thoughts were based on Osaka not impressing in the previous round. We believe Goerges will have her work cut out to stop reigning champion Daria Kasatkina. While the 29 year old German leads 3-2 on head to heads and won their last two meetings, Kasatkina has improved again during the interim. Making the finals of Dubai and Indian Wells are proof that the 20 year old is a player to reckon with, and she was at her best when winning this last year!
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WE ARE GIVING YOU THREE PREMIUM RACING BETS FOR FREE TODAY - WHILE NONE ARE BIG ODDS WE EXPECT PROFITS AND TOMORROW WE HAVE SOMETHING VERY SPECIAL FOR SUBSCRIBERS ———LEO LUNAR is proven over CD, but his jumping can be indifferent and he will need things to go right. BEAR RAILS looks a bit soft and CRANK EM UP wouldn’t be good enough on what we have seen. WIZARDS BRIDGE knows how to win, but in receipt of twelve pounds we readily prefer MORNEY WING. Charlie Mann’s was very fortunate to win last time. Nevertheless, he gets in here from a 4 pound lower mark and he comes from a stable in solid form.
WANT A WHOLE MONTH OF OUR LUCRATIVE RACING TIPS - WE ARE DOING A HALF PRICE DEAL OF JUST €50 FOR A WHOLE MONTH IF YOU GET ON BOARD NOW. TO GET STARTED BETTING.ANALYSTT@GMAIL.COM - Although he’s still a maiden, we expect BE DARING to deliver today. The seven year old has run well on similar tracks and surfaces, and being reunited with 5 pound claimer Harry Reed should help his cause. GOLDSLINGER with 4 wins from 30 runs is almost prolific compared to the others, but he will need to bounce back from a few poor runs. DRAGON KHAN and KASTANI BEACH are easy to take on, and none of the others really appeal.
JOIN OUR PREMIUM BET FOOTBALL SERVICE BEFORE THE WEEKEND AND SAVE 50% ON YOUR SUBSCRIPTION. FOR CIRCA 150 TIPS/PREVIEWS YOU PAY JUST €100 FOR AN WHOLE MONTH OF TOP INFORMATION FROM A LEADING BETTING SYNDICATE. TO GET STARTED BETTING.ANALYSTT@GMAIL.COM —————Interesting that Lazio have actually taken more league points on the road this year than when playing at the Olimpico. Furthermore, Simone Inzaghi’s side also got through the last round by beating Dynamo Kiev (0-2) away after only drawing at home. With that said the Eagles did beat FSCB (5-1), Nice and Waregem at home in earlier Europa league matches, albeit they were short odds on each occasion and expected to win. Salzburg shocked Bundesliga team Dortmund by winning the away leg (1-2), and prior to that they sent Real Sociedad packing. Red Bull won their group easily enough, and they are the clear league leaders in the Austrian Bundesliga. The last time these two teams met in this competition was in 2009, and both occasions Salzburg won by identical 2-1 score lines. With regards to team news. The hosts are just without Lukaku, although their are slight question marks regarding Radu and Lulic. Salzburg won’t have the services of suspended striker Hee-Chan, or Yabo because of an illness! We believe it’s worth taking a small punt on Salzburg getting at least a point today! BET: SALZBURG +0.5 (double chance) Odds: 2.08
YOU GUYS FOLLOWING OUR FREE TENNIS BETS MUST HAVE BEEN RAKING IT IN - TIME TO GET ON BOARD WITH THE BIG STUFF BY JOING OUR PAID PREMIUM SERVICE? —————— HERE IS ONE OF SEVEN BETS TODAY ———— Battle for French pride taking place here. Head to head counts show Caroline Garcia leads Alize Cornet (3-1), albeit it was the latter who won their last meeting at Brisbane this year. With that said, it was actually one set each when Garcia was forced to retire because of injury. Prior to that the four year younger Garcia had won their previous two meetings in straight sets. We should also add she’s 2-0 on clay, and last year she made the QF’s of both Bastad and Strasbourg. Furthermore, she made the QF of the French open, and she’s currently on a career high rank of number 7. The highest rank Alize Cornet was back in February 2009 when she reached number 11. Prior to this match starting the 28 year old is 37, and comes into this on the back of a 9-8 YTD. Cornet beat the unreliable Bondarenko in round one and followed with a 6-2 6-3 over Polona Hercog in the next. Interestingly, Alize has usually avoided this tournament suggesting she’s not a fan of playing on such a surface. We can only imagine one winner, and that is the younger French girl. BET: CAROLINE GARCIA -3.5 Odds: 1.99 Pinnacle
4 BETS TONIGHT IN NBA. WE'RE GOING TO GIVE OUT THE OTHER 3 TO ANYONE THAT WANTS IT. JUST FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @BETTINGANALYSTT/@BETTINGANALYSTU AND SEND US A DM AND WE'LL GIVE YOU THE REST OF OUR PREMIUM NBA BETS. IT'S THAT EASY! We were hesitant to back the Warriors as outsiders at Oklahoma City but we won't hold back this time. The Pacers are never a team we've rated highly despite their lofty seeding in the Eastern Conference and the Warriors with 3 of their 4 All Stars back shouldn't be just a small favorite here in our opinion. Stephen Curry is the lone All-Star that remains out for the visitors and Andre Igoudala and Patrick McCaw will be sidelined as well with Kevin Looney probable. The Warriors' bench hasn't been as strong as in previous years and Indiana should be able to wreak some havoc with Victor Oladipo and Myles Turner but the visitors have more than enough talent here and motivation shouldn't lag either as they want to maintain a better record than the teams in the East for home court advantage should they make the Finals. We make the visitors the clear favorites here.
The Pelicans picked a bad time to run cold as they are hanging on to the 8 seed in the Western Conference with the Nuggets and Clippers hot on their heels. The Pelicans have lost 4 straight and face a Grizzlies team that's been a thorn in their side this year. The visitors will be without JaMychal Green, Tyreke Evans, Chandler Parsons, Andrew Harrison and Wayne Selden. Nevertheless, the Grizzlies have won 2 out of 3 against the Pelicans this year and generally know how to match up well against them. 13 points should be a manageable number.