We had a couple of nice winners yesterday - MY DROGO was a whopping 9/1 SP, and we sent the message ''BIG BET'' for ALLART at 3/1. If you would like to join our racing service, get in for just €150 per month, or €1200 for a whole year --- When you are ready to bet serious firstname.lastname@example.org ---- ROSKANA is well equipped to handle this testing ground, and she’s receiving a very interesting 7 pounds from the big guns. The way she won last time suggests she’s at the top of her game, and Harry Skelton knows how to install confidence into his mount. PAISLEY PARK and THYME HILL make this an intriguing race, can’t wait!
PREMIUM PICK - If you don’t understand betting is about the odds, then you need to stop betting and save your money!! Want to get in when we bet, subscribe to Premium - email@example.com ——— If one team in this division is equipped to defend it’s got to be Lugano. During the week, Maurizio Jacobacci set a 5-3-1-1 formation against St Gallen, and it certainly stopped that opponent from playing. With regards to that game, the Espen looked frightened to fully commit and the reason for that was the Lugano players were waiting. For the record, the 2nd placed opponent managed to test the goalkeeper just 4 times, and the visitors hit back with 3 of their own! All-in-all, it was a really gritty performance! Young Boys have put themselves in s strong position to retain the Super League title. Since YBB took over the pecking order in Switzerland, they have won the last three championships. As it stands, following 11 games the hosts are 5 points clear of the chasing pack! With that said, 7th placed Servette have already beaten them in this stadium, and they also stopped them in the reverse match. On top of that Young Boys have drawn with Sion and St Gallen. For us, that implies Gerardo Seoane’s team are far from bombproof, and Lugano stopped them twice last season! In the last 7 games, the most any team has scored against Lugano was a solitary single goal. We feel the betting line gives us plenty of insurance!
Syndicate betting pick - We have ten today, this was sent to clients yesterday evening in the hope of beating the odds ——— Groningen has had a really good start to the season. From 12 completed games, the Pride of the North has 23 points. On the road, the visitors have been alternating wins with defeats, to date winning 3 and losing 2. If you believe in rotating patterns (WLWLW), then Danny Bujs’s team are due to a defeat, but it doesn’t have to be that way. The visitors won their last three and one of them was in AZ Alkmaar (1-2). On that occasion Groningen was a goal down when AZ had a player sent off, meaning the winning goals came after that occurrence. From watching last week's match against Waalwijk, we would simply like to say the Green/White were more efficient. Other than that they didn’t really impress then, and in our opinion, some of the points have been lucky! Sparta Rotterdam won four from the last five, and one of those was a whopping 6-0 over Den Haag. The other wins came against Willem II, Emmen, and Waalwijk, while the defeat was in PSV. All of this marks a rash improvement for Henk Fraser’s men, and with just one player sidelined there is no reason to think the hosts will be stopped today! We like Sparta, the Castle Lords are playing as they mean it!
Premium betting pick - This pick was sent to premium clients yesterday evening. If you would like to benefit from all our syndicate picks, you can get a month of Premium football for just €150, or join for the whole year at a discounted €1200. Ready to start your professional betting career? - firstname.lastname@example.org --------------Four games back Everton lost to Leeds (0-1) and then drew in Burnley. However, since then they have beaten Chelsea and followed up with a 0-2 victory against Leicester. The toffees are just 5 points behind league leaders Liverpool, so all-in-all it’s been a good first part of the season for Carlo Ancelotti and his men! Everton midfielder Allan is sidelined for the festive period after sustaining a hamstring injury during Wednesday's win at Leicester City. James Rodriguez is still recovering from a calf injury but Seamus Coleman is available after missing five games with a hamstring issue. Arsenal is nearer the bottom than the top, and everything that can go wrong is going wrong. The Gunners have had red cards in the last two games, and it’s almost certainly cost them points. On a more upbeat note, Arteta’s team at least defended with 10 men for a 1-1 against Southampton. Arsenal has reported several unspecified injury "doubts" ahead of the trip to Goodison Park. What we can confirm is Granit Xhaka and Gabriel are suspended, but Bellerin returns from the same! Thomas Partey remains out, while Martinelli and Nelson need to prove themselves! Player for player, Arsenal should be up to giving the Toffee’s a good game, and three points here will put them back on the right path.
SYNDICATE FOOTBALL PICKS - Want to join for a full year for a Xmas special deal price of €1200 (€100 per month instead of €250) - If yes get in touch and ask for Football special --- email@example.com ---------- Charleroi soon found themselves two goals down against last round opponent Cerclee Brugge, and they looked big outsiders before the 43rd-minute sending-off of Da Silva Lopes. The first 15 minutes of the 2nd half wasn’t much better, but then they got a penalty. Unfortunately, Nicholson blew the opportunity, and boss Karim Bellhocine wasn’t happy with the referee and got a yellow card for his protests. On 63 minutes Nicholson supplied Gholizadeh with a pass, and he closed the gap to 2-1. Just one minute later Nicholson made it 2-2, and on 70 minutes Kayembe set up Morioka for the third. However, it wasn’t T finished because with ten men Cerclee got one back on 85 mins, so Willems was needed to settle (3-4) the game on 87 mins! Breaking it down, the Zebra’s were fortunate, and they showed themselves to have a massive problem in defense! It took a while for Anderlecht to improve, but now they are showing really good form under former Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany. In the last round, the Purple and White seemed to be cruising at 2-0, that was until center back Lissens got himself stupidly sent off on 69 mins. Oostende got a life-line with a goal back on 83 minutes, but Anderlecht was still good enough to close out with a 2-1 win! Prior to that Company saw his team beat Genk, and with those 6 points they have closed the gap to the top down to just 4 points. We are convinced Anderlecht are improving, and we fancy them strongly to get something at the Pays du Charleroi!
PREMIUM RACING TIPS - If you want in on the profits, get all of our racing tips for just €1200 per year, or €150 per month. To get on board firstname.lastname@example.org ---------- Here is one for free users, to get the other 4 sign-up to Premium : EVERGLOW chased home a good one at Chepstow, and that form is working out. However, if we looked back at the 4L 3rd in that race, he was only given a provisional mark of 115. Since then he won and was moved to 122, but that does’t mean the Hobbs runner is worth much more. NICKELSONTHEDIME is rated that same number, and he’s got the services of a 7 pound claimer on testing ground and in a small field. Just saying, the odds disparity looks wrong.
The supposedly better teams are no longer winning by big margins. And, whether Manchester United can be filed under ‘’better’’ is a debatable question. For the record, United have been defeated by Crystal Palace (1-3), Tottenham (1-6), and Arsenal (0-1). Furthermore, after looking like certainties to qualify for this season's Knockout stages of the Champions League, they lost the last 2 games to PSG, and Leipzig meaning the dream is dead! We want to mention that the Red Devils only beat Southampton because that team allowed them to come back from 2-0. And, they needed a penalty to get past West Brom! For the visitors Marcos Rojo, Phil Jones, and Sergio Romero are still unavailable, coach Solskjaer expects to have them back in his ranks next month. Cavani is also struggling, he’s doubtful tonight! With just one point from 12 games Sheffield United are in dire straights. In the last round, Chris Wilder’s team was way off the pace against Southampton, and not for the first time they failed to score. The Blades obviously have confidence issues, and getting out of this predicament is going to be very difficult. However, we should also mention 8 of the club's 10 defeats were by a single goal. Liverpool and Manchester City are included in teams that won by just one, and last season this fixture ended 3-3!! Kean Bryan and Jack Connell are out for the hosts, and Ollie McBurnie will need to pass a fitness test. No doubt the Sheffield boss will be hoping to get in a striker or two when the transfer window opens, but until then he will be hoping Brewster, McGoldrick, Sharp, and McBurnie come good! With a goal start, we are preparing to give Sheffield United another chance. In simple terms, these odds are stacked more than we anticipated! If United win by exactly 1 this bet is void.
INNISFREE LAD can’t stop winning, and he’s 9 pounds well-in today. However, he’s racing on heavy ground, and these fences are tougher than the ones he jumped. The one that ticks a lot of the boxes for me is GO WHATEVER. He will handle the ground better than most, racing right-handed is ideal, and he comes from a stable in top form. A mark of 124 is fine, and I like the idea of these stiff fences!
Like with the Phoenix, St Gallen has literally come from the ashes. We say that because this is a club that is usually fighting stay in the league, and not challenge for the title. With that in mind, it’s somewhat shocking that the Espen could finish last season's campaign in 2nd. At one stage of that season, it looked like they could be heading towards a shock title, but 3 defeats in the last 5 rounds put an end to that dream! Following 5 games without a win, St Gallen bounced back to win their last two matches in Zurich and Lausanne. From the 4 home games, there were wins against Servette and Sion, but they did lose the reverse match to today's visitor. Lugano has done really well since arriving in the top league. Every season has seen an improvement in this club from the Italian speaking side of the country. In our opinion, they are one of the teams who could be fighting it out for a European place this season! We trust Lugano to bounce back!
Top clubs in Europe have an air of arrogance about them! That’s because they know winning the domestic title is a straightforwards procedure. With regards to Juventus, they have won the Scudetto for the past 9 seasons, and we very much doubt that dominance will end this season! The Old Lady have been slipping up with draws against Benevento, and Lazio, but the fact remains that they are unbeaten in the league. Andrea Pirlo’s team won their last four competitive matches, and easily progressed to the next round of the Champions League. With a few months until that starts again, no doubt Juventus will be out to regain the lead in Serie A. The hosts have a near to complete squad because only Chiellini and Demiral are missing now! Atalanta started the league campaign like a house on fire. Following last season's 3rd place, it was thought La Dea could improve against and make a challenge this time around. However, prior to the weekend win over Fiorentina, we have seen Gasperini’s team lose to Verona, and 0-5 to Liverpool in the champions league. A home draw with Midtjylland confirmed Atalanta as one of the most inconsistent teams around, and that’s backed up with the 0-0 in Spezia! Visitors are without Pasalic, Ilicic, Caldara, and Ruggeri for sure, while Gomez and Miranchuk are included in the doubts! No doubt Juventus will raise the bar tonight!
London derby - No crowds again from today in the capital! West Ham has had a good start to the season and won 4 from their last five. In the last round, the Hammers were certainly deserving of the win against Leeds, albeit they were helped by that opponent playing too open. Other than that we have seen the hosts pinch a few games, and we don’t see them having an easy time tonight! West Ham is without Arthur Masuaku and Michail Antonio for the visit of Crystal Palace. Wing-back Masuaku is sidelined after a knee operation and Antonio is still recovering from a hamstring injury. Said Benrahma is set to make his second start since joining from Brentford following an encouraging display in the win at Leeds last week. Crystal Palace where great value for the draw against league leaders Tottenham. In fact, we thought the Eagles were the better team, and they did play with a lot of energy. Suffice to say, more of the same will be required this evening, and they should certainly be up for a derby against the East Londoners! Mamadou Sakho faces a late fitness test for Crystal Palace. The former Liverpool defender pulled up in training on Tuesday with an unspecified injury. Palace has no other new injury issues, but Martin Kelly, Nathan Ferguson, Wayne Hennessey, and Connor Wickham remain sidelined. Eagles are solid travelers!
FLASH COLLONGES won on his debut, and he should improve. However, that form wouldn’t be worth more than 120, and if he had this 6-pound penalty he would have only finished 3rd or 4th. On his form from two races back, the FRENCH PARADOXE would be worth a provisional mark of 120. Suffice to say, getting 6 pounds from the favourite gives him a clear chance!