We have four WTA premium bets today, and we are going to give the latest starting match for FREEMIUM users! ———Bibiane Schoofs is a 30 year old Dutch player who won a career total of $256K in 14 years has a professional. The highest rank she achieved was 142, and her current rank is 162. However, we should point out that during that time, she’s only been involved in 524 matches. Furthermore, she won 63.4% of those, and 6 of her 8 ITF tournament wins came on clay. What we like about the Dutch girl is the way she’s been winning this week, she’s come through three rounds with ultimate ease! Sara Errani is the winner of a whopping $13.14M. She was once the world number five, and a former finalist at the French open. Her win record on clay is over 65%, and it’s proven to be her favoured surface. However, Errani hasn’t been at the same level for the past four years, and has a result her rank slipped to a lowly 243. While she won a few matches this week, she was beaten fair and square in qualifying by Jasmine Paolini. Fortunately for the Italian, she was given another go following player withdrawals. Nevertheless, it doesn’t change anything, she’s not the same player anymore! If Schoofs believes in herself enough, she can attack Errani’s weak serve and get the job done!
We had two nice winners yesterday, but unfortunately for FREEMIUM USERS they were the other two! If you want the winners, this is the only consideration you need - Number of picks 1534 - Yield 21.53%. That’s 330.27 points profit over the past year, and 33,027 profit for 100 stakes - Serious racing punters who can get on with UK bookies email@example.com to join this supremely profitable service! ———— GOLDEN WOLF was a miler on the flat, and he looks a bit of a short runner over hurdles. While a mark of 120 suggests he’s the one to beat, this track might be a bit stiff for the four year old. FRANSHAM should get plenty of cover, but he remains a tricky customer. WHAT’S THE SCOOP isn’t getting younger, so its returning SWORDBILL for us. This fella was decent on the flat, and he’s certainly taken to hurdles. Fitness shouldn’t be an issue, and this fast ground is fine!
Three from three yesterday, and two from two on monday. Midweek football continues to be extra kind to Premium bet subscribers. We have already added Norway for tonight, hopefully we can back it up with Champions league——— Have this on on use, subscribe to PREMIUM paid syndicate bets for more firstname.lastname@example.org ——— Ajax have had a fantastic run in this competition. Turning a 1-2 first leg deficit with a 1-4 away win in Real Madrid must be the highlight of the season, albeit they also stopped Bayern Munich twice. Their is a good argument to say you can have luck once, but the Dutch Eredivisie side have made it to this stage on merit. However, tonights opponent is the wily Juventus. Last seasons semi finalist are again running away with Serie A, and they too came back from a first round deficit to send another Spanish team packing. We are of course referring to the last round 3-0 win over Atletico Madrid, a great comeback against an ultra strong defensive team. It’s probably a good idea to point out the visitors have a several players sidelined. Confirmed absentee’s include Chiellini, Cuadrado, Emrie Can and Caceres, while Douglas Costa and Barzagli are described doubtful. However, trump card Cristiano Ronaldo is available again, and coach Allegri started the weekend game with a couple of his leading players on the bench. Suffice to say, this big squad of talented players should be ready for the challenge ahead! Ajax are without suspended Noussair Mazraoui, and Carol Eiting. While that shouldn’t be a big issue for boss Erik Ten Hag, we can imagine the Old Lady being wiser than previous opponents and bagging an away win!
Watching tennis at the moment its still dry, have this one on us ———— One thing is certain, these two local girls should be used to conditions in Switzerland. Going into yesterdays match with Pauline Parmentier, we thought Stefenie Voegele was struggling a little. However, that wasn’t the case and she beat the French girl easily enough in the end. The 29 year old leads head to heads with Viktorija Golubic 1-0, and she made the semi final of this tournament last year. In theory, her Indian Wells form would entitle her to go even further. Golubic is 18/5 on the year, but she really struggled in the first round against Aranxta Rus. In fact, that player should have beaten her before the 26 year olds fight back! From what we witnessed in the first round, Voegele impressed more. And, she did beat a player who sets a good level on the surface!
PREMIUM BET - NORWAY ELITE for FREE -----------Molde are a sound bet to beat Vålerenga. The hosts ended last season has Elite runners-up, and it’s also worth noting they where the best hosting side. The reward for finishing second is Europa league, and that of course means extra income. With that in mind, the club have only been forced to sell one player (Erling Braut Häland to Salzburg for €5M), and they did spend part of that money on acquiring Ohi Omoijuanfo (€1.1M Stabæk), Kristoffer Haraldseod (500k - Haugesund), Martin Björnbak (500K - Bodo) and Eirik Andersen (500K - Strømsgodset). Other players have been bought in on loan, and all-in-all boss Erling Moe has a strong hand for the season ahead. Molde started the campaign with a draw in Sarpsborg 08, before following up with a decisive 3-0 win over Stabæk. Last season Vålerenga suffered a 5-1 defeat in this stadium, but they did go on to finish a decent sixth. Nevertheless, they still ended 17 points behind Molde, and that team took more than double the amount of points at home (34) compared to Vålerenga (16) away! The visitors won one and lost one of their opening two matches, but the last round defeat (2-0) in Kristiansund was more costly than just the loss of points. By that we mean Efrain Juarez was sent off, and he’s suspended for tonight! Molde look good things to win, and they should cover.
Have a second one on us, but don’t expect everyday ——— NEBBEYL is the one to beat, but it wouldn’t be the first time he’s been turned over has favourite. The other question mark is the step up in trip, because he races like a mile would suit best. Pam Sly appears to have her horses in good form, and her SILKSTONE is of interest here. The son of Alhebayeb could improve for his gelding operation, and he clearly likes it here.
We got the right odds on this one, advantages of being a member of our PREMIUM racing service. On that note, we have just one place open. If you want to get tips from the biggest profit service on the net, join our paid service email@example.com——— Decent maiden, but hard to imagine a debutant coming through. Bit surprised to see KING ADEMAR much shorter than the other principals. Afterall, he’s had two bites of the cookie, and he shapes has though 7F would be far enough. MOKAMMAL was quite big odds on his debut, that suggests he’s down the Stoute pecking order. Whether start box 1 is a hinderance or not remains to be seen for VASILIEV. Nevertheless, we want to chance the Clive Cox runner, because he wasn’t knocked about when finishing second on his debut, and he’s got plenty of scope!
PREMIUM BET ——— For many pundits, Manchester City are currently the best football club in the world. We would agree with that sentiment, and has such they are worthy Champions league favourites. However, we would question the wisdom of making them such short odds for the first leg, since they are the away team. At the weekend, the Lillywhites moved into their new home. They started life at the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium with an impressive 2-0 win over Crystal Palace. Son Heung-Min will go into the record books for being the first scorer here, and Cristian Eriksen was the other player to get on the scoresheet. While Spurs where doing a great job in the London derby, we where not so impressed with the Citizen’s 1-0 win in the FA cup semi final. Afterall, they only beat premier league strugglers Brighton, and 4 shots on target over 90 minutes would suggest they struggled for creativity. One thing is certain, they will need to be sharper tonight. TEAM NEWS Spurs won’t have Erik Lamela, Eric Dier or Serge Aurier available. Fernando Llorente will be available after missing the weekend match with concussion! City confirmed Fabian Delph, Zichenko and Bravo won’t be available. The following players are described has doubtful, Kyle Walker, Benjamin Mendy and Sergio Aguero! Manchester City won their last three meetings against Mauricio Pochettino’s team, and amongst them was a 0-1 (supposed) away win. However, they where hardly impressive in that match at Wembley, and they also struggled against Chelsea in the league cup final (needed penalties). Tottenham have a new home and confidence will be high following the weekend win!
We have five WTA PREMIUM bets for today, and we are giving this one for free use. Alternative is to sign up to our paid service, and share our costs firstname.lastname@example.org —————— The recent form of Stefanie Voegele is worrying. While the 29 year old had a good Indian Wells, she disappointed in both Monterrey and Miami. And, while she made the semi final of this last year, her overall record on clay is average. Pauline Parmentier isn’t getting any younger, and she’s just 5/9 this year. All the same, she won last years Istanbul, and conditions here won’t bother the French girl. Parmentier is still holding a high (53) enough rank and she’s beaten some very good players on this surface. At these odds - it’s a no brainer!
Two nice winners yesterday, we hope you benefitted from the one we gave for free. We are adding one of our four PREMIUM BETS today, but we won’t be doing it everyday. Here you go ———According to his hurdles rating, BAILARICO is still well treated on the flat. However, he’s not been running well in that sphere, so the 7/4 here looks short enough. AKAVIT is a CD winner, and he too is attractively h’capped on hurdles form. Nevertheless, he hasn’t been in the best of form since reverting to this game. SO NEAR SO FARHH loves a stiff track, and he’s also won at Pontefract. A mark of 64 looks really interesting, and so does the booking of Sousa!
The Twolves put up a good fight on Sunday, nearly pulling off the upset but did get the cover in the end against the Thunder in a 132-126 loss. It ended a modest 2 game winning streak and they play out their home finale against the Raptors who are playoff bound as the #2 seed in the Eastern Conference. Raptors coach Nick Nurse has announced that all healthy players will finish the season and only Patrick McCaw is sidelined with a thumb injury. Danny Green is officially off the injury report after tweaking his ankle on Sunday but could also sit out for tonight. For the hosts, Jeff Teague, Robert Covington and Derrick Rose remain out and Luol Deng and Taj Gibson are doubtful. Jerryd Bayless is questionable. As well as the Twolves have played, their defense has still been a glaring issue and we expect a bit of a letdown following their nationally televised appearance. The Raptors have a strong inside presence and should be able to limit Karl-Anthony Towns who also appears to be running out of gas with his sky high usage rate. Visitors don't look to be throwing any games away playing their starters and we expect them to dominate this matchup from start to finish.
The season winds to a close for both these teams as the Bulls host the Knicks in Chicago's home finale of the year. The Knicks are looking to finish the year strong, as they've picked up 2 wins in their last 4 games, including a win over these same Bulls last week. Both sides are heavily depleted as the Bulls are missing Otto Porter, Lauri Markkanen, Zach LaVine and Kris Dunn. The Knicks are without virtually all of their guards as Dennis Smith Jr., Frank Ntilikina, Kadeem Allen, Allonzo Trier, Lance Thomas, Emmanuel Mudiay and Noah Vonleh are all sidelined. The Bulls should be motivated to exact some revenge for last week's game and to also avoid setting a new record for home losses. The Knicks appear to be giving honest effort now that they've sewn up a bottom 3 spot and despite their lack of point guards, Mario Hezonja has filled in that role rather well. We expect an up and down game and we give the hosts a slight edge as well.