Have this one on us - You won’t get a free racing tip everyday. If you are serious about betting we can offer two more places at 100 per month — email@example.com ————Trainers are clearly not happy with the road like ground at Yarmouth, so hopefully their will be no withdrawals here. CAPTAIN SEDGEWICK won such a poor race that he can’t be taken seriously. KING OSWALD is running consistently well, but he really is limited in ability. Despite not being anything special, it’s got to be lightly raced OAKLEY MIMOSA. It really comes down to this being a crap race, and she’s got a bit of scope.
Starting pitchers are Andrew Suarez for the hosts and Ivan Nova for the visitors. Andrew Suarez is going through a rough stretch as he's allowed 19 ER in his last 4 starts over 21.2 innings of work. Nevertheless, Suarez's 3.55 xFIP belies his 4.60 ERA as he's been victimized by a high .324 BABIP and 17.0% HR/FB ratio. It's no surprise that Suarez's home numbers are better than his road numbers given AT&T Park being one of the more pitcher-friendly venues in baseball and his HR/FB ratio is significantly lower as well at 7.1% compared to 18.9% on the road. Consequently, his HR/9 is a more reasonable 1.16 HR/9 and he faces a Pirates team that doesn't really hit for much power anyway and field a worse lineup against southpaws as more than a few key players such as Corey Dickerson and Colin Moran hit from the left side. Ivan Nova hasn't been in the best of form either with 10 runs allowed over his last 3 starts in 15.2 innings of work but he too should benefit from the pitcher-friendly venue given his ugly looking 1.52 HR/9 mark on the year. Nova still has shown good control, allowing just 1.90 BB/9 and he faces a Giants lineup that's mired in a slump with just 11 runs scored over their last 5 games. Bullpens are more than adequate for both sides and we believe both starters should put in quality efforts as well. We believe 8 is a tick too high!
Starting pitchers are Corey Kluber for the hosts and Jose Berrios for the visitors. Jose Berrios is having a fine season for the Twins as he enters this game with an 11-8 record and 3.51 ERA. Berrios' xFIP isn't much worse at 3.74 but one area he has struggled is pitching away from home where his xFIP balloons to 4.66 and if we look at his xFIP against left handed batters on the road, it's an even worse 5.26. This is rather significant against the Indians who should be able to have at least 6 left handed or switch hitters in the lineup and in a ballpark that favours them as well. On the other side, Corey Kluber is having another Cy Young calibre season but we believe the humid weather conditions aren't ideal for him and he too will have to face a left handed heavy Twins lineup though his platoon splits aren't nearly as bad as Berrios'. The Twins bullpen is still one of the best in the AL but that hasn't been the case in recent weeks and the Indians' relievers despite getting some reinforcements in Brad Hand and Adam Cimber, still haven't found consistency in high leverage situations. We believe the ballpark and conditions are enough of a factor here to warrant a slightly higher total!
We seem to get more interest in tennis from Twitter, thus we prefer to add another rather than give away our valuable football info ————We have a lot of respect for Shuai Zhang, because she must have clocked up more air miles than most other players over the past few years. Nevertheless, she’s not at the same level that she was, and now she’s up against the super consistent Elise Mertens. The 22 year old is at a career high rank of 15, and you have to believe she’s ready for the top ten. While Mertens is not what you would call spectacular, the fact is she’s on the ball and her intelligent play makes her a formidable opponent. Straight sets!
FREE TENNIS PREMIUM BET ——— Even when she was the world number one we often said Karolina Pliskova was there by default. While we have to respect the Czech girl, the fact is she’s a bit of a one trick pony, And, we don’t believe that will work against a very resistant Kiki Bertens. On that note, head to heads have it at 2-2, meaning betting Bertens has paid off in the past. With that said, it’s somewhat ironic Bertens won their last meeting on grass, and Pliskova on clay. Afterall, it should have been the other way around. Take Bertens to defy the odds.
Starting pitchers are Mike Fiers for the hosts and Clayton Kershaw for the visitors. Mike Fiers makes his first start for his new club since coming over from Detroit and the veteran right hander enters this game at 7-6 with a 3.48 ERA. We've been quite hard on Fiers as we believe he's a blatant overachiever and we simply do not believe in his abilities as evidenced by his 4.81 xFIP which is nearly 1.5 runs higher than his ERA. Fiers has decent command but simply doesn't have the live fastball or the offspeed pitches to trouble good hitters and he has largely benefited from a low BABIP and high strand rate this season. Furthermore, Fiers' biggest weakness in our opinion is his propensity to give up the long ball which currently is at 1.51 HR/9 despite a reasonable HR/FB ratio of 11.8%. Oakland Coliseum favours fly ball pitchers such as Fiers with is spacious foul territory but we don't believe that will matter facing the best hitting team in the NL in the Dodgers that's loaded with hitters 1-9 and have clubbed 117 home runs against right handers this year, 5th highest in baseball. On the other side, there isn't too much to say about Clayton Kershaw as he's almost indisputably the greatest pitcher of this generation and hasn't shown any signs of slowing down, at least from a quality perspective. However, Kershaw has shown some durability issues and his recurring back injury has prevented him from logging 200 innings in 3 of his last 4 seasons. Kershaw has again spent time on the DL this season and whether from a health perspective or not, he is averaging fewer innings per start this year and has pitched into the 7th just twice in his last 11 starts. The Dodgers bullpen shouldn't be seen as a liability but they are still a class below Kershaw and the A's lineup are certainly no pushovers as well. In any case, we believe Mike Fiers alone shouldn't warrant a number in the 7's. Total is a tick too low in our opinion!
Starting pitchers are Heath Fillmyer for the hosts and Jose Quintana for the visitors. Heath Fillmyer has a similar profile to Brad Keller, yesterday's pitcher for the Royals, but Fillmyer hasn't quite made as smooth a transition from the bullpen as has Keller. Fillmyer does get his share of groundballs which is to his benefit with the excellent Royals defense behind him but his walk rate is glaring at 4.45 BB/9 and his strikeout rate is also poor at 5.34 K/9. Fillmyer also hasn't shown the ability to work deep into the games as he's lasted an average of 4.75 IP per start over 4 starts. This is significant in our opinion as the Royals bring one the worst bullpen in the league and face one of the best hitting teams in the league in the Cubs who also have their share of left handed batters that Fillmyer has poor platoon splits against. On the other side, Jose Quintana hasn't been excellent as in year's past but the southpaw has still been a reliable arm for the Cubs and hie major issue of allowing too many walks should be mitigated against a team that goes out of its way to not take the free pass. The Royals as is their organizational philosophy walk just 6.9% of the time against southpaws, 2nd lowest rate in the league only ahead of Detroit, and opt to put the ball into play and take their chances from there. This philosophy was used to win a world championship just 2 seasons ago but just does not match up well here as they have been gutted of most of their talent and face an equally excellent Cubs defense. The Cubs bullpen has been mediocre at best this season but we believe even their relievers are an advantage compared to the Royals' bullpen. This one should be a tap-in for the visitors!
Starting pitchers are Tommy Milone for the hosts and Mike Foltynewicz for the visitors. Milone has filled in well for the Nationals as he enters this game with a 3.00 ERA and an even better 2.03 xFIP after 2 starts. The soft tossing lefty certainly won't maintain an 11.25 K/9 rate throughout the season but he does get a favourable matchup here against a left handed heavy Braves lineup that tends to do their best work against southpaws that throw hard, rather than those that look to nibble and get by on command and offspeed stuff such as Milone. In any case, despite winning 7 out of their last 8, the Braves offense has sputtered of late, being held to 4 runs or less in 8 out of their last 11 games. On the other side, Mike Foltynewicz has been a pleasant surprise for the Braves with his elevated strikeout rate and while his newfound velocity has sustained thus far, he has struggled against left handed batters this year with an xFIP (4.35) over a full run higher than against right handers (2.92). This doesn't bode well against a dangerous Nationals lineup that should have plenty of lefties in the lineup led by terrific rookie Juan Soto. Bullpens are firmly in favour of the Nationals as well so aside from the starting pitching, we see the hosts having the advantage in all other areas!
We might give the odd football bet for free, but if we do it will be near match time. This is one of four we sent out to clients today - you have the option to join our sub service for best results . firstname.lastname@example.org ———— East Midlands meet West Midlands. Nottingham Forest started their league campaign with a 1-1 draw in Bristol City. With regards to that match, we thought the Reds were by far the superior team. In fact, while City got off to a great start, it was Forest who were piling on the pressure at the end. In any case, new coach Aitor Karanka can take a lot of positives away from that match, and with all intent and purpose he appears to have a group of players who could compete for the title. One player we are expecting to get more time this evening is midfielder Joe Lolley. When Karanka bought him on to replace Dias on 80 minutes against City, it was noticeable that Forest raised their game. In our opinion, the biggest issue for the coach is deciding who to play from his 31 man squad. Afterall, he has a bunch of quality players such has Liam Bridcutt, Ben Bereton, Hillal Soudani and Joe Worrall who couldn’t even make the squad on saturday. Nevertheless, it’s a luxury position for the Forest boss, and tonight the Forest fans will be expecting! Although it was too late to save them from relegation, first season coach Darren Moore made a really good impression at West Brom towards the end of last season. On a positive note, the Baggies have been able to hold on to their best players. And, despite being relegated, the owners actually left a deficit in the transfer market. With all that taken into consideration, it must be extremely disappointing that they couldn’t win against newly promoted Bolton (1-2) at the weekend. Bare in mind that WBA started odds of 1.44 for that game, and on most pundits had them has a weekend banker. What we can tell you about that game is the then hosts had a whopping 72% possession and 20 goal attempts . However, they only managed 3 shots on target, while their opponents with a meagre 28% possession got four. We like everything about Forest, and bare in mind that several Baggies players could be leaving in a last minute rush!
Here is one for free users ——— Mihaela Buzarnescu never stops surprising us, and the thirty year old comes into this on the back of winning last weeks San Jose. The final itself against Maria Sakkari was easier than anyone would expect, so that alone wouldn’t have taken much out of the Romanian. However, winning a tournament usually leaves a mark, and she did have plenty of hard matches on the way to the final. Lack of prep time could be one thing, while fatigue would also be a natural issue. Two weeks earlier Qiang Wang won Nanchang, and she too paid for that in her next tournament. Since then the Chinese girl has had time to regroup, and she’s also had a qualifying win at this tournament. Wang is a very good player, and she shouldn’t be underestimated today!
We are getting into bad habits of giving one Premium racing bet away for free everyday - Please note, we will be slowing down on that score. We have two places open if you want to sign up, £100 PM / €120 PM - email@example.com ! —————— MAGNETIC CHARM was well fancied on her racing debut, and she wasn’t beaten far. However, it isn’t easy to nail the exact level of form down, so those taking the early 7/4 are probably going in short. While 6/11 doesn’t sound anything special, we actually thought MISS SERENITY ran an interesting race on her Newmarket debut. In fact, she only tired inside the last furlong, and from the way she raced this shorter trip should suit. In any case, their should be more to come and we are expecting a second time lucky.
Starting pitchers are Brad Keller for the hosts and Mike Montgomery for the visitors. Much as we expected, Brad Keller put in a strong performance last time out against the White Sox with 2 runs allowed in 6.1 innings of work with a bonus of 9 strikeouts to 3 walks. While Keller can't normally be counted on to strike out many batters, he has compensated with good contact management skills and brings a 55.0% groundball rate to this game. Keller's assignment is much tougher against a Cubs team whose 106 wRC+ is the highest in the NL but we believe his ability to induce groundballs at a high rate with an excellent defense behind him should limit the damage and perhaps reduce the exposure to their poor bullpen. On the other side, Mike Montgomery brings a similar formula with a 53.5% groundball rate and good control paired with a low strikeout rate. This does present a favourable matchup for the Royals as they prefer to put the ball into play but Montgomery also has one of the best defenses in the league behind him and the Royals are still one of the worst hitting teams in the league that we can't count on to produce much on any given night. The Cubs bullpen isn't too reliable and the Royals' relievers are still the worst group in the league but we believe the starters can do enough here with 2 top notch defenses behind them to keep this under a rather high total!