PREMIUM PICK - This could be the last FREE racing tip we give, just needs to win ———— No hesitation here, KILFILUM CROSS is a must bet. The lightly raced 8 year old went into our notebook after returning with a solid third place. The h’capper left him on a mark of 142, and that’s more than fair. Afterall, he’s back up to the right trip today, and this testing ground won’t be an issue. 10-12 is a nice weight, and trainer is now in decent form!
FREE FOOTBALL PICK (not premium) - Köln are still without long term absentee’s Mere, Clemens and Koziello, other than that new coach Markus Gisdol has all his best players available. The hosts lost their first game for the new boss, but that was in Leipzig whereas this is at home against poor traveller Augsburg! The visitors won back to back in the league, and one of them was in Paderborn. However, the last doesn’t count for much, and overall they don’t travel. Finnbogason, Gruezo, Suchy and Gotze are missing for Augsburg, and Richter is a doubt! Good chance for the hosts to bag three vital points!
PREMIUM PICK - Join paid service for all the best bets (firstname.lastname@example.org) ———Wayne Rooney takes his place on Derby's bench for the first time today as part of Phillip Cocu's coaching team. Rooney is still not eligible to play for the club, but he’s likely to take a place in the dugout. Cocu said of his new sidekick, He will be important for us, because he is a natural leader and this is something we still struggle with. The Rams lost Graeme Shinnie and Mason Bennett to injury this week, but on a positive they are at least looking for a sixth straight win at Pride Park. We could also mention the hosts haven’t conceded in 380 minutes at home, whereas QPR haven’t kept a clean sheet all season. Mark Warburton’s side have been in free fall of late, and he was livid after his teams poor performance against Nottm Forest. Commenting to the press, the coach said "From 81 to 91 minutes, that’s unacceptable. "Poor back-pass, missed header, not block the cross, childish goals, schoolboy goals. "That's unacceptable. That's the first time this season I think as a group of players and staff, we're in it together, you have to put your hands up and say no, that's not good enough for QPR. The Hoops are without Lee Wallace following his red card in Wednesday's 4-0 defeat by Nottingham Forest. Yoann Barbet remains an injury doubt for the visitors! The Rams should be fully coiled for this!
The Kings enter this matchup at 7-10 on the year but are in the midst of an incredible streak ATS as they've covered in 11 of their last 12 games. On the other side, the Nuggets sit at 13-3 overall and have proven to again be one of the top teams in the West. The issue for the Kings is that De'Aaron Fox and Marvin Bagley both remain out and Trevor Ariza is also unavailable. Bogdan Bogdanovic is probable. While the Kings have clearly managed well without Fox, they still lack a main driving force on offense. Bogdanovic filled in for the first several games without Fox but has fallen off since and is battling an injury. The Nuggets are an excellent defensive team and should make everything difficult for a team lacking a true effective point guard. Visitors to win and cover!
California and UCLA wrap up their regular season tonight after both teams faced their biggest rival the week prior. The Bears picked up a huge win over Stanford last week, breaking a long losing streak in the series and became bowl eligible at 6-5. UCLA battled hard against USC but in the end, ran out of firepower, losing 52-35 and lost out on bowl eligibility by falling to 4-7. UCLA QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson is expected to suit up and we believe his presence will be key as the Bears' defense has regressed this season and doesn't look equipped to handle Thompson-Robinson's dual threat ability. The Bears excel in pass coverage and limiting explosive plays but the Bruins have a dynamic ground game with Joshua Kelley and Demetric Felton that should prove difficult to contain. California accomplished what it needed to last week and we believe keeping QB Chase Garbers healthy is the bigger priority here. We expect a condensed game plan that doesn't take too many risks and while the Bruins bowl aspirations are gone, head coach Chip Kelly knows that his 2nd year is being judged critically and every win is important to show progress. The Bruins have made improvements throughout the year and while the Trojans were too much to handle last week, they should have enough offense against a Bears team that lacks the firepower to match.
Stanford will start their backup QB Davis Mills with KJ Costello sidelined. It's been a trying season for the Cardinal as they've been ravaged with injuries but we believe they have one more all out effort in the final game of the year. The Cardinal should look to their rushing attack which isn't explosive by any means but will keep the clock running and shorten the game. The Irish aren't interested in running up the score in this matchup and should be more than happy with a two touchdown win.
The stakes are always high when Alabama and Auburn meet in the Iron Bowl and one of college football's top rivalries once again has a lot on the line. The Crimson Tide rank fifth in the latest CFB Playoff Poll and are in desperate need of a convincing win after losing their star QB Tua Tagovailoa to a season ending hip injury last week. The Tigers aren't in the playoff mix at 8-3 but a win would certainly ease some of the pressure on coach Gus Malzahn. Auburn has faced one of the most difficult schedules in the nation this year and they've played every opponent tough in large part due to their solid defense. However, freshman QB Bo Nix has failed to deliver at times against the stiffest of competition and will face an Alabama defense that's fast and experienced and looking to prove they are still among the elite. For Alabama, all eyes will be on Mac Jones, Tagovailoa's replacement, who has aced his two starts for Alabama though Auburn will certainly be his toughest test to date. We expect the Tide to rely on their ground game to keep the pressure off Jones who will be under heavy fire from Auburn's defensive line that's generated 26 sacks on the season. Looking for the home run play will be dangerous as the Tide's offensive line is not likely to hold up in our opinion! This game will be fought and won in the trenches and we don't expect either team to play it aggressively despite Alabama needing a statement win.
There isn't much at stake for Syracuse as they have no realistic chance for a bowl game after last week's loss to Louisville. The issues are the same with an offensive line that struggles to keep QB Tommy DeVito upright and we believe the Orange will limit the passing offense to prevent any unnecessary injuries. At the same time, the Orange's ground game has made some strides over the last several weeks and we believe a heavy dose runs will be in the gameplan as a result. The return of a key defensive tackle has shored up a the defense a bit as well and Wake Forest doesn't quite have the same speed on the outside with their top two receivers injured. Demon Deacons QB Jamie Newman should have success with his dual threat ability but all things considered, this number is a touch too high.
Ohio State travels to Ann Arbor on Saturday to renew its storied rivalry with Michigan. As expected, there's a lot on the line as the No. 1 ranked Buckeyes are looking to entrench their position atop the rankings next week. Michigan is out of the playoff picture but Jim Harbaugh has his team playing well down the stretch with four consecutive wins after a narrow defeat to Penn State. The Buckeyes have trashed nearly all of their opponents thus far but the Wolverines bring a physical brand of football that won't be so easily bullied in the trenches. In the midst of the Wolverines' improvement, it's their offense that's really gotten on track as OC Justin Gattis has finally gotten his schemes implemented and QB Shea Patterson has really come into his own since the loss to Penn State. Harbaugh has struggled to win "the big one" in the past and while there isn't too much at stake for Michigan this time around, we would argue that this actually plays to the Wolverines' benefit as the pressure is off. The Wolverines don't have a conference championship to look forward to, nor a marquee bowl matchup so in essence, this is their Super Bowl in a manner of speaking and underdogs typically do well in this role where they aren't expected to win. The Buckeyes showed the smallest of cracks in the armor last week, showing some issues with ball security and the hard hitting Wolverines defense should look to create these opportunities with every tackle and hit. We like the way the hosts are trending and believe they have a legitimate chance to win this one outright and possibly ruin the Buckeyes' season, a favour they've been looking to repay for years!
FREE PREMIUM - Take advantage of our black friday deals, email@example.com ————If you have been betting Lyngby this season you have been doing very well. Christian Nielsen’s team are exceeding expectation by far, and they have often defied big odds. Back in Kongen the hosts are a brilliant 6-0-3, and they have beaten the likes of Odense, Randers, Aarhus and Aalborg. For the record, three of those teams where odds-on. And, in the last round they again defied the odds to force a draw in Sonderjyske! Back at the begging of october these teams met in the reverse game and it ended 1-1. To put things into some type of perspective, Nordsjaelland where the overwhelming favourites at 1.30. How about this for a stat, they haven’t delivered a back-to-back win all season. While it’s true to say the visitors won in the last round against Randers, it doesn’t mean this inconsistent team will follow up! Over the past month, FCN failed to beat Hobro, plus they lost at home to Aarhus (0-1) and away in Odense. While it’s true to say expectancy is with the visitors, they can’t b relied on!
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