SYNDICATE FOOTBALL PICKS - We have three international bets for today. We didn’t plan of giving any away, because it’s subscribers first. If you would like to get all Euro 2020 picks upto and including 10 september — you can have them for a trial price of €40 ———— firstname.lastname@example.org ——— Ireland won’t be wanting for lack of motivation, because a 40,000+ crowd will get behind their team. As it stands, the hosts lead Group D with 10 points from 4 games, and a draw in Denmark was the best of those results. In that game the Irish stopped their opponent playing, and it’s probably fair to assume they will use a similar tactic against a flamboyant Switzerland. The Rossocrociati took 4 points from two games, and among them was that remarkable 3-3 against Denmark. From a Swiss perspective, that match was remarkable for the wrong reasons. Afterall, Vladamir Petkovic’s side where absolutely cruising with a 3-0 lead upto the 84th minute, and then they made the ultimate mistake of switching off. What followed was an embarrassing three goals in a 9 minute span, they blew it! Despite those 9 minutes of madness, we should take into consideration how team Switzerland had taken the Dane’s apart. Go through the list of players available to Petkovic and you will see Premier league, Serie A, German Bundesliga are well represented. Players such has Xhaka, Manual Akanji, Nico Elvedi and Haris Seferovic would get in most teams, class act! We doubt the Swiss will be complacent, and they have the players to open up a rugged opponent!
PREMIUM RACING TIP - We are cutting back on the number of free Racing premium bets we are giving. From now on expect just 1-2 per week, and for now you have the option to join PREMIUM like serious punters. We will be pulling racing tips altogether at some stage, so subscribe while you can — €150 per month or €720 for 6 months - We are not committing beyond that time frame! ————email@example.com INGLEBY HOLLOW won two of his three races under Richard Johnson, but i’m not convinced his last run stacks. SNOOKERED makes no real appeal, and NAYATI would be better on soft ground. CHIEFTAIN’S CHOICE tends to race freely, but it didn’t stop him winning last time out. He’s just 4 pounds higher here, and his jockey takes off 3 of those. This turning track should be ideal, and if nothing makes the running he could go from the front!
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The 2019 NFL Season begins tonight with one of the oldest rivalries in all of American football as the Chicago Bears will host the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field. Matt Nagy begins his 2nd season as the Bears' head coach as 2018 was a remarkable turnaround under him with the Bears going 12-4 and within a deflected field goal of possibly changing the NFC playoff picture in its entirety. The Packers' season wasn't so bright as they missed the playoffs for the 4th season in a row and fired their longtime head coach Mike McCarthy at seasons' end and replaced him with first time head coach Matt LaFleur. As is usually the case, there was a fair bit of turnover on both sides. Gone from the Packers are familiar faces OLB Clay Matthews, WR Randall Cobb, DE Mike Daniels, LB Nick Perry just to name a few as listing every single roster change would be tedious. Some key additions to Green Bay were S Adrian Amos, LB Preston Smith, LB Za'Darius Smith and TE Marcedes Lewis. On the other side, the Bears lost the aforementioned Amos, CB Bryce Callahan, WR Josh Bellamy, WR Kevin White and RB Jordan Howard in addition to their defensive coordinator Vic Fangio who took the head coaching position at Denver. Former Colts' head coach Chuck Pagano took Fangio's position and WR Cordarrelle Patterson, CB Buster Skrine, OL Ted Larsen and S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix were some of the key acquisitions for the Bears. The Packers had a few injury concerns but none too major as RB Aaron Jones, TE Jimmy Graham are both expected to play. LB Oren Burks and WR Darrius Shepherd have been ruled out. CB Ka'dar Hollman is listed as questionable. For the Bears, OG Rashaad Coward, TE Trey Burton and DT Bilal Nichols are questionable. To put it mildly, the Packers are quite the disappointment for several years running now as they continuously underachieve despite having the best player in the league. The hire of Matt LaFleur has to come as a bit of a shock as LaFleur has never proven much aside from knowing Sean McVay which is apparently all it takes to become an NFL head coach these days. But that aside, LaFleur was hardly impressive running the offense for Tennessee last season and his hiring wasn't all too well received by Rodgers either. While the two have downplayed the tension in the media, we have doubts this pairing is optimal not simply looking at offensive compatibility but from a team chemistry standpoint as well. Mike Pettine returns as the defensive coordinator and he's a downgrade from both Fangio and Pagano in our opinion! Pagano was much maligned in Indianapolis but we believe going back to what he does best- managing defenses, is where he should excel. Not to mention, the Packers had quite the turnover and while Rodgers will always be able to make plays, we question the Packers on the defensive side of the ball in addition to LaFleur's penchant for running the ball playing right into the Bears' strengths. Nagy has built this team into a winner in just one season with his brilliant offensive mind and done so despite having a QB in Mitch Trubisky who has a tenth of the talent of Rodgers. The Packers have typically owned this matchup but we expect the more organized team to come through in the end and that would be the hosts. Giving up just a field goal with home advantage is more than fair in our opinion!
FREE PICKS - Following a US open win against Veronika Kudermetova, it’s fair to say Francesca Di Lorenzo put herself on the tennis map. She also beat the likes of Jabeur and Petra Martic in Toronto, so she’s having a good run. However, like a lot of these challenger players she’s inconsistent, and she doesn’t have the hitting capability of todays opponent Veronica Cepede Royg. At about this time last year the Paraguayan won their only meeting, more of the same expected.
PREMIUM WTA PICK - Sign up today and get 2 months WTA picks for the price of one. We average 80/90 picks per month and our yield is 8.9% - Do the matches and get 2 months for just €150 email@example.com ————— In the last round we bet Belinda Bencic to beat Naomi Osaka at highly rewarding odds of 2.91. Everything is going to plan for the Swiss girl, and she’s playing the most aggressive tennis we have ever seen from her. Landing 10/10 net points shows improved confidence, and winning 82% first serves was mega. It was also great to see Bencic attack the Osaka serve, and that’s the plan she will need to adopt here! Donna Vekic is growing in confidence. She’s at a career high rank, and her form at this tournament is solid. However, while she beat Bencic in Paris, that match took place on clay. And, from dissecting the matches like we do, we have to say she will need to raise her level again! Two set win for Bencic!
Anna-Lena Friedsam took what’s becoming her traditional medical time out against Johanna Larsson. Whatever was bothering the German didn’t stop her going three sets, but even asking for that time out suggests both her body and mentality is fragile. Heather Watson never made the grade expected of her, but at least she won the previous week W100 in Toronto. On the back of that and a rushed preparation, the Brit couldn’t be expected to have got anything out of the US open. Now she’s had time to regroup, she should be ready for this interesting tournament. And, getting a first round bye suggests she’s still in a good place.
ATP TENNIS - We are often asked why we don’t offer a ATP premium service. The fact is we prefer the variables of WTA, because the extra inconsistency makes for bigger profits. Ask yourself this, how many Tipping services are proven with 8.88% ROI on 1376 WTA tips. All at Pinnacle or SBO odds (not highest odds) ———— The good news, you can get todays WTA picks and the rest of the season (12 weeks) for just €200 - firstname.lastname@example.org. We could list Stan Wawrinka under the ‘’old guard’’. Afterall, he’s 34 years old, and the past the winner of the French, Australian and US open. Winning over $33M in prize money puts him right up there, and he needs respecting. However, Wawrinka needed the extra set to get by Chardy and Sinner. Two of this three sets against Lorenzi where decided on tie breaks, and he played an injured Djokovic in the last round. His YTD is just an average 27/16, and while he saves his best for the ‘’slams’’ he’s certainly beatable. As it stands, Daniil Medvedev is ranked 19 places higher at number 5. The 23 year old Russian is 48/16 on the year. He recently won Cincinnati, and earlier in the year Sofia. In fact, he also made the final of another five tournaments, and victims include Djokovic (twice), Thiem and Nishkori. The argument is clear for Wawrinka that he’s been there and done it before, but this tournament is already a breakthrough for the hard working Medvedev and he’s almost certainly got the game to win this!
FREE TENNIS TIP - Two potential winners of this tournament go head to head in round one. What you have to understand about betting, it's all about the odds! That's the reason we want to get with the 31 year old Swede. Larsson might be a bit past her sell by date, and she trails Anna-Lena Friedsam on head to heads. Nevertheless, their was a lot to like about her effort in qualifying for the US open, because she did get past Kerkhove, Hibino and Flipkens. At an early stage of her career Friedsam was winning everything, but once she went on the bigger tour it all went wrong. Injuries bought a loss of confidence, and she missed most of 2017 and 18. To be analytical, this year the 25 year old returned in better shape, but she's still prone to losing matches she shouldn't. Lets go with the Larsson topspin!
FREE PICK - We don't give challengers has premium bets, limits are too low and subscribers complain! 20 year old Fanny Stellar has been on the tour for just over 4 years, and at one stage she worked herself up to rank 114. However, that has now slipped to 209, and her YTD is a moderate 8/19. While we can understand why the Hungarian is favourite, she's hardly bombproof and better on clay. Catherine Harrison is ranked 322, and that's just one place below her career high. Suffice to say a win here would take the American into new territory, and her YTD 22/13 on hard court gives her a chance. For those who don't know much about this player, the 5'5'' Harrison is a UCLA anthropology major. She earned All-America honors in singles and tennis doubles. And, she only turned pro in 2018! Harrison won the recent W25 in Fort!
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WTA PREMIUM PICK Ticking along nicely, and you can get the remaining 11 weeks of the season for a give-away price of €200 ———Want in? firstname.lastname@example.org —————— Donna Vekic has certainly improved her consistency, and her wins in week one where all easy enough. However, she does trail Julia Goerges 3-0 on head to heads, and she’s not renowned for making later stages of big tournaments. With that said she’s young and improving, so Goerges will need to be on her game. The 30 year old German girl appears to be returning to something like her best, and the way she handled last round opponent Kiki Bertens was impressive enough. In an earlier match against Vikhlyantseva she saved match points, which is further proof of her resilience. The Goerges serve is holding up well, and we believe these slower conditions suit her more than Vekic. We can imagine the older girl using her tennis brain and making her opponent play, that could do the trick!