We are giving you a free tip for Brazil Serie A. this is not something we want to make an habit of, so enjoy while you can. A look at the Serie-A table suggests Sao Paulo are going much better than todays opponent Atletico-Pr. However, another spin shows the host have the upper hand in recent meetings. In fact, Atletico are 4-1-1 over the last six, and the stats since 2006 favour the hosts 9-10-6 . We could also point out the Hurricane have won their last six matches against Sao Paulo at the Baixada. The other thing that makes us believe new manager Fernando Diniz’s side have the upper hand is home teams have a strong advantage in Brazil Serie A. Furthermore, Sao Paulo have lost a handful of players to international duty, and their bubble burst over the past couple of matches. By that we mean the visitors went eleven matches unbeaten upto losing in Palmeiras and following with a boring 0-0 draw at home to Internacional. Take the hosts with the draw no bet option!
Take this one for free - We will add another premium bet for free if this doesn’t win. Alternatively, sign up for all our racing bets by joint our paid subscription service. We rarely bet in UK claiming races. However, we really like the look of 74 rated BE PERFECT. Ruth Carr’s nine year old receives weight from last years winner COLLODI, and on official rating’s he’s five pounds well-in with that runner. The selection is a serial winner and he clearly likes the track and good ground. While he ran disappointing last time out, other form suggests he’s got a leading chance here. What they are not telling you is COLLODI had 20 pounds in hand of the field when winning this last season, this is more competitive. SELLINGALLTHETIME has the best recent form, but at these weights he’s got 16 pounds to find. Furthermore, he doesn’t win often!
Subscribers should have also received a good bet for Nottingham qualification. Those who want to get on board for the up and coming grass tournaments in Nottingham and Hertogenbosch should sign up today, because we will be sending out first round matches nice and early. Newbies can get a trial week for €25, and anyone else can sign up for €100 per month or €300 upto the end of november (5.5 months) - email@example.com ——— Being the main advisors to one of the worlds biggest bookmakers tells us our Sports modelling and algorithms are doing something right. However, we have to admit they were way out of sync for this match. We do not see Simona Halep has such a big favourite, and their are numerous reasons making us believe Sloane Stephens is massively over priced. Lets start by congratulating Halep for reaching the final for the third time. To be fair, the Romanian has dug deep and she’s done a really impressive job. Beating Muguruza so easily in thursdays semi final was an impeccable effort, and she’s only dropped a couple of sets over the past fortnight. With no apparent injuries or extreme fatigue Halep is in a good place. Now comes the however! Halep might have won 16 tournaments and made it to number one, but the 26 year old is yet to win a slam. In fact, she’s made the final four times and lost all! Their is a good argument to suggest Halep is better suited by the surface, and she leads head to heads 5-2. Furthermore, she won both meetings last season, and is 2-0 on clay. Nevertheless, Sloane won last years US open, and she’s certainly the more confident of the pair. We should also say she’s been playing some excellent tennis and her game on clay is getting better and better. Lets take a bit of cover and Sloane with an head start!
Ireland is not on our list of syndicate bets, because liquidity is too low for our level of betting. however, today we want to share this opportunity ———To be fair, Limerick have been doing a bit better since they last played Dundalk. In fact, Tommy Barrett’s side only lost one of their last four games, and they landed big odds against Waterford (3-6) on the road. We could also point to the fact that the visitors have taken double the amount of points on the road (12) compared to at home (6). However, in Dundalk they are meeting a team they have failed to beat in the last twelve meetings, and eleven of those matches ended in a win for the Lilywhites. Add to that Stephen Kenny’s team won their last meeting in Oriel Park by 8-0, and the visitors are without five players. It’s hard to imagine second placed Town not getting anything other than a comfortable win, so lets take the host -2.5 goals.
Please note we don’t give ATP bets has part of our professional betting service. However, we do bet these matches, and we make a decent profit! —————It’s hard to imagine Juan Martin del Potro being a serious challenger to Rafa Nadal at a tournament like the French open. From a betting stance the only question to ask is can Rafa get the job done in three straight sets, or will he drop one or more. Back in 2007, the now 32 year old Spaniard beat his Del Potro 7-5, 6-3, 6-2 on the way to claiming the trophy. It should also be noted that he’s won the French open on ten occasions, so like with Real Madrid and the Champions league he literally owns the tournament. Juan Martin is clearly a top player and he deserves accolades for maintaining a top level. However, we can’t imagine him getting a foot in the door here, and Nadal will want to keep it short!
We don’t have any WTA French open today, so we thought it a good idea to give something in Bol for free. We have been having a good week with our bets in Croatia, and you can get all our WTA Tennis bets by joining our profitable subscription service. Get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a good deal — It’s easy to understand why the bookmakers made these two players similar odds. Afterall, they have similar results before and during the current tournament. We could also point out the close proximity in rankings, with Golubic at 115 and Linette 72. And, then it’s 1-1 on head to heads. However, we believe Linette has achieved more by beating Kovinic and Kalinina, while her Swiss opponent failed to cover the spread against Honcova and Stefcova. Take Linette is the message.
We sent out five bets today including this one, plus runners in the Clonmel 7.30, Curragh 7.45, Stratford 6.40 and Carlisle 4.30. To get the others subscribe, and to get them earlier subscribe to our paid service. email@example.com ———— HAVANNA STAR is 9 pounds lower than when finishing second at Hamilton last august. Kevin Ryan’s runner will also have 7 pound less in the saddle has Ben Sanderson is taking the ride. While he didn’t run that well last time out, his Newcastle effort was decent and something similar could suffice. ME BEFORE YOU is clearly in good heart, but he didn’t win last time and he’s up another 2 pounds. STEWARDESS was unlucky in running at Chester, so it’s best we forget that. However, we wonder whether the sixth furlong is a good idea, and that’s especially the case on this uphill track. Add to that she’s failed to win in 13 races and the 11/4 starts to look short.
We have a busy schedule today and five bets - Want to take betting serious, then join our PREMIUM SUBSCRIPTION service. Get started now firstname.lastname@example.org ——Their is an argument to suggest front runners suit this track better than Beverley, thus it’s easy to understand why QUANTATMENTAL has been installed as favourite. However, we thought he was given a soft lead that day and the jockeys behind allowed him the run of the race. Despite good stable form EYECATCHER isn’t appealing and AIRMAX didn’t improve like expected at Windsor. It’s got to be GROVEMAN for us, with the reasoning being he ran better than his placing at Goodwood and their should be a fair bit more to come.
If you want our four bets in Bol - Subscribe at our special price - last day for this WTA offer! ———Sloane Stephen’s hasn’t been the most consistent this year, but she’s looked fantastic here. In fact, the 25 year old is known to raise her game at the big tournaments, and that’s exactly what she did on her way to outclassing Daria Kasatkina and Anett Kontaveit. With all due respect, that form stands out has being much stronger than that of her good friend Madison Keys. While Key’s hasn’t dropped a set over the past fortnight, the players she beat were never going to be big dangers. Sloane is in the zone and we expect her to bring this one home in straight sets!
LAST CHANCE for two months tennis for price of one (€100 for 2 months), or the rest of the week and next week for €25. From tomorrow prices return to normal . To get started email@example.com Yesterday we witnessed what we already knew about Angelique Kerber, in that she’s not as talented as her ranking suggests. The German made hard work of closing out the first set against Simona Halep, and then she failed dismally in the next two. To be fair, Halep did dig deep and showed plenty of resolution, albeit she should never been allowed a foot back in the door. No such worries for Garbine Muguruza has she claimed her first win over Maria Sharapova. In fact, from what we witnessed the Spaniard was ruthless, and it was a total mismatch. Muguruza leads head to heads 3-1 and she appears to be heading towards another grand slam title.
Today only - Full cover of todays French open for free! - Simona Halep made the final of this tournament twice. However, the world number one is yet to win a grand slam. The 26 year old Romanian is clearly one of the best WTA tennis players around, albeit she can be a nervous type when the pressure starts to build. The last thing Halep will want is to get into a dogfight with Angelique Kerber, since what the German lacks in talent she makes up for with kampfgeist. Head to heads have it at 5-5, with Kerber surprisingly winning the two on clay. Mental issues, Angies never say die attitude and head to heads point us to taking the 30 year old with a h’cap start!
Check back at 11.00 for our betting suggestion on Halep vs Kerber. If you would like to get our WTA bets at BOL, plus next weeks HERTOGENBOSCH and NOTTINGHAM you can have a test drive for just €25 - do it now ADMIN@BETTING-ANALYST.COM - It’s only fair to point out that Garbine Muguruza is yet to beat Maria Sharapova in three attempts. One of those matches was here in the QF of Roland Garros (2014), when the Russian came through in three sets. We should also add that the last time they met was back in 2014, meaning a lot of water has passed under the bridge since then. From what we have seen Maria is slowly returning to her best, and the twice winner of this tournament will want this bad. With that said, so will 2016 winner Garbine Muguruza, and the Spaniard is really at her best in these grand slams. As it stands, we fancy Garbi to win the whole thing, so that’s the bet.