A big priced winner amongst our two yesterday - We are marching on, if you want all subscription bets firstname.lastname@example.org ——LITIGOUS is worth taking on at short odds. While he’s got the right man on board, he didn’t perform well in his last race. Furthermore, he would probably be better with cut in the ground, and he might not settle. MAKAWEE never got into the race at York, but he’s better than that. I’m of the opinion he will prefer returning to this small field, especially since the others are more complicated types.
PREMIUM TENNIS - Why miss out? You can get circa 200 WTA picks by subscribing from now to the end of the season . At just €200 it’s a great saving, and costs less than €1 per tip from a service that is proven to be the best. Get started now email@example.com ——Let Christina McHale ride. Don’t forget how good she used to be when making Serena pull out all the stops. She’s a natural tennis player who has great footwork and she loves nothing better than a slug from the baseline. Veronika Kudermetova was improving at a rate of Knots upto the Bronx open, then she was beaten 6-0 6-2 by Pera. At the US open she had her colours lowered by Di Lorenzo, so maybe its not a good idea to get excited about the 6-4 6-2 in the first round against Lepchenko! We like McHale, great odds again!
Luxembourg is just a small country, and they used to be one of the football whipping boys of Europe. However, goal margins have decreased over the past decade, and Luc Holtz has improved this team out of all recognition. While the hosts lost two of their four games to date, both where to group leaders Ukraine. Furthermore, they where by single goal margins, and it’s not has though they where over powered. The Red Lions have beaten Lithuania, and they also drew the reverse match against the same team. Most recently the hosts lost a friendly in Northern Ireland, but again by just a one goal margin! A look through the Luxembourg squad shows they have players from the Bundesliga, Sweden Allsvenskan, Russia and Ukrainian top leagues. Serbia won just one of their four group games to date, and in the last round they where easily beaten by Portugal (2-4). A 5-0 defeat in Ukraine is another worrying aspect, albeit they beat Lithuania and drew the other match in Portugal. The first word which comes to mind for the visitors is ‘’inconsistent’’. And, while we don’t doubt they have the better players, the argument is Ukraine failed to beat Luxembourg by more than a single goal and they are stronger than Serbia!! The temptation of this bet is the +1.5 goals
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PREMIUM TENNIS BET - We had 7 for tuesday, 2 have already won (McHale -1.5 sets @ 2.42 + Flink 2.04) — Five to go, this is one of them. You can get all WTA pricks for just €100 per month if booked today, €150 if not ——— email@example.com ———— —We see this match has 50/50%, so why wouldn’t we want the good odds on Alison Riske. While Angelique Kerber leads head to heads 3-1, the American won this years meeting in Mallorca. Kerber might be a former number one, but the 31 year old isn’t at the same level anymore. To be frank , we always considered the German has an over rated player. At the same time, we respected her ‘’kampfgeist’’, albeit that doesn’t appear to be the same anymore. The only thing Alison ever missed was confidence, it’s a shame because the American is one of the most natural tennis players on tour. On a positive note, the 29 year old recently made it to a career high 36. She was a quarter finalist at Wimbledon, and she’s beaten top ten players Vekic, Barty and Bencic.
SYNDICATE FOOTBALL PICK - Want to try a full month for a TODAY SPECIAL price, ask for offer BA40 and get a full month for just €150 (save €100) ——— firstname.lastname@example.org ———— Group G is close, and five of the teams still have a chance of sorts. Slovenia come into this having won back to back, and one of those wins was in the last round against leaders Poland (2-0). What Matjaž Kek side did in that game was stop their opponents getting a clear view of goal, and to be fair they did it well! While Slovenia where winning in the last round, Israel where playing out a 1-1 draw at home with North Macedonia. If you watch a replay of that match you will see the Blue and Whites had several good chances to get maximum points, but maybe they where not suited by being the aggressor. Wins against Austria (4-2) and Latvia (0-3) are confirmation that the visitors are best when they can absorb pressure and use the counter attack to good effect! The reverse match in Israel ended 1-1, we expect this to be more cagey. With Eran Zahavi the visitors have a player who can score goals, and if Slovenia over commit they are likely to be hit. Take Israel with the draw, they are over the odds!
PREMIUM RACING TIP - Have this one on us - If you want the big wins and are willing to take betting serious subscribe to our racing service — email@example.com ———— Reading in-play at Perth is almost impossible, because they set the camera too low and all we get is the head-on. Just wanted to get that point in, because it makes the races here less spectacular than they should be! HOLY MOTIVATION makes no appeal, stable are out of sorts and odds are unrealistic. MIGHTY THUNDER doesn’t need much readying, and he’s a course winner. Conditions and race are ideal, he’s the bet!
The Broncos made two key changes in their organization during the offseason as they traded for QB Joe Flacco and fired their head coach Vance Joseph and hired Bears' DC Vic Fangio to take his place. While we love the hiring of Fangio, the same can't be said for Flacco who we view as more or less a below average quarterback. There are some positives for the big armed Flacco playing at elevation not to mention the site of one of his best throws of all time but as his first game will be played on the road, none of that will come into play! The Broncos of course had some turnover as well with LB Shaq Barrett, CB Tramaine Brock, G Max Garcia, TE Matt LaCosse, LB Brandon Marshall, C Matt Paradis, LB Shane Ray, CB Bradley Roby, SS Darian Stewart signing elsewhere and CB Bryce Callahan, CB Devontae Harris, CB Kareem Jackson, OT Ja'Wuan James, OL Corey Levin, LB Corey Nelson and others among the new arrivals. The Raiders' offseason was dominated by one headline from the moment they traded for superstar WR Antonio Brown. Brown is no longer with the team and recently signed with the Patriots after orchestrating his own release but the Raiders made a slew of moves through free agency and the draft that we believe meaningfully improved their roster. WR Tyrell Williams, OT Trent Brown, S Lamarcus Joyner, LB Vontaze Burfict, WR JJ Nelson and TE Luke Willson are among the new arrivals and the Raiders cut ties with OT Donald Penn, OG Kelechi Osemele, WR Seth Roberts and TE Jared Cook. While the Broncos have reason to be optimistic with the hiring of a very good coach, we're hardly sold on Joe Flacco leading this franchise in a meaningful way. Flacco still suffers from accuracy issues despite having a cannon for an arm and he frequently underperforms unless the conditions are perfect around him. The Broncos will be missing their starting FB Andy Janovich for this game in addition to LB Joseph Jones. LB Todd Davis is doubtful and CB Bryce Callahan is questionable. We don't expect Flacco to be at his best without a competent ground game complementing him and the lack of tight end depth is another issue as Flacco is highly reliant on big targets that can haul in his inaccurate passes. The Raiders' pass protection should be better with the acquisition of Trent Brown and we would say the team as a whole has a massive chip on their shoulder after the ridiculous Antonio Brown saga. Hosts to keep it close!
It was a tumultuous offseason for the defending AFC South Champions Texans. After losing one of their budding franchise players in Jadeveon Clowney, they fired their GM (who is yet to be replaced) and in a hurried effort to salvage something, traded away virtually all of their important draft picks for LT Laremy Tunsil and WR Kenny Stills. Further efforts were made to shore up their OL and secondary with OT Tytus Howard, CB Lonnie Johnson Jr., OT Max Scharping taken in the draft and CB Bradley Roby and FS Tashaun Gipson picked up in free agency. The Saints' major issue during the offseason was figuring out how to deal with the tremendous heartbreak of another painful playoff loss. While the major players return for another Super Bowl run, they lost a few key players with RB Mark Ingram moving on to Baltimore and offensive linemen Max Unger and Jermon Bushrod retiring. It's opening week Monday night so the Superdome will surely be rocking but we expect the Saints to go for a more balanced attack this season to reduce the wear and tear on an aging Drew Brees. The Texans' pass protection has been utterly dreadful in recent years but Tunsil's addition should help greatly in keeping DeShaun Watson upright which is instrumental for the Texans' chances. The Texans' WR Keke Coutee is questionable but they still have two of the top receiving threats in the league with DeAndre Hopkins and Will Fuller. New Orleans will miss DT Sheldon Rankins who is a vital part of their DL. We believe Watson can make enough plays to keep this within a touchdown.
FREE BETTING-ANALYST PICK - Get on board now for tomorrows WTA tournaments, subscribe firstname.lastname@example.org. Everything points to Rafael Nadal claiming his 19th grand slam title. The 33 year old won three here, and during his career the Spaniard collected a whopping $111 million in Prize money. The only time these two met was just a month ago in Montreal, and Rafa won 6-3 6-0. Nevertheless, Daniil Medvedev is having a fantastic fortnight, and his last round win over Grigor Dimitrov was his best yet. To make a long story short - we believe Medvedev can get at least one set, so that’s the bet!
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NFL PRO PICK - If you have ever subscribed to one of our paid services, you can have the other 4 opening round picks for FREE --- firstname.lastname@example.org ----------- The Bucs' major coup of the offseason is first and foremost getting Bruce Arians out of retirement to fill the void left by former head coach Dirk Koetter. As we had a very low opinion of Koetter, virtually anyone would have been an upgrade but Arians is a proven winner and one the players love to play for. The Bucs lost some key players on defense, namely Gerald McCoy but replacing him with Ndamukong Suh should soften the blow. WR DeSean Jackson departs back to his original team in Philadelphia but the Bucs still have one of the most talented group of pass catchers in Mike Evans, Chris Godwin and TE OJ Howard. The 49ers are in year 3 of Kyle Shanahan's tenure and are looking to improve upon their 4-12 record from a season ago that saw their starting QB Jimmy Garoppolo suffer a season ending injury in Week 3. Aside from the quarterback position, the biggest improvement should be on the defensive line with Dee Ford coming over from Kansas City and Nick Bosa drafted with the #2 overall pick. Both quarterbacks have much to prove and while Garoppolo has the higher potential, his preseason performance was inconsistent at best and we're still not certain how he will respond to high pressure situations. On the other hand, Jameis Winston has already made some strides under Arians who is known as an offensive guru and works well with quarterbacks. Both teams have some nice talent on their roster but we believe the Bucs' were massive underperformers under Koetter and the new direction with Arians should show immediate dividends. Shanahan is equally impressive managing offenses but it still remains to be seen how effective he is as a head coach. The 49ers haven't shown the best discipline under Shanahan and overall team chemistry appears to be off in our opinion. We'll take the better coached team in their home opener!