Bet of the Day: Wales to defeat Hungary in Euro 2020 qualification

Bet of the day

With England already assured of a place at Euro 2020, and Irelands North and South as well as Scotland looking ahead to playoffs in the New Year, tonight is a chance for Wales to join Gareth Southgate’s men in the automatic qualification queue. To get there, they need to defeat Hungary. It’s that simple. A draw or a loss puts them in with the rest of the Celtic nations looking to qualify th...

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Are Saracens club concerns a reason to lay England for Six Nations success?

Rugby

After reaching the Rugby World Cup final and eliminating holders New Zealand en route, you couldn’t have any team other than England as 2020 Six Nations betting favourites really. Only South Africa stopped Eddie Jones from guiding the Red Rose to a second global crown in Japan this autumn. Yet the England head coach is afraid club interests may now be put ahead of the national team in...

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Five Punchestown horses to follow after autumn jumps weekend

Horse Racing

Another fine weekend of National Hunt horse racing in the Emerald Isle saw Punchestown horses to follow emerge for the rest of the season. The Irish angle can be key for the Cheltenham Festival. Plenty of jumps horses have enhanced their chances and pressed claims on the road to the four-day extravaganza in March. While there is still a long way to go until Cheltenham and other spring...

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Bet of the Day: The Grey Scholar has shout on hurdles bow at Plumpton

Bet of the day

English point winner The Grey Scholar makes his Rules debut in the extended 2m 4f novice hurdle at Plumpton on Monday (12:30). The four-year-old represents the 2015 Cheltenham Gold Cup winning connections of trainer Mark Bradstock and jockey Nico de Boinville. The pair have a potentially exciting prospect for staying novice hurdle races here. Bradstock's stable is modest in size c...

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Punchestown preview: Battleoverdoyen the Florida Pearl punt

Horse Racing

Battleoverdoyen made a fine debut over fences on reappearance, so can take the step back up into Grade 2 company in his stride and follow-up in the feature contest at Punchestown this Sunday - the extended 2m 6f Florida Pearl Novice Chase (14:50). Trained by Gordon Elliott for powerful owners Gigginstown House Stud, this lightly-raced six-year-old has huge potential. Connections didn’...

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Cheltenham November Meeting day 3 preview: Politologue the Shloer Chase selection

Horse Racing

Politologue has a good record first time up and handles a soft surface, so appeals most from a small but select field in a trappy renewal of the 2m Grade 2 Shloer Chase on day 3 of Cheltenham’s November Meeting this Sunday (14:25). Trained by Paul Nicholls, the eight-year-old made the mighty Altior pull out all the stops here in the Queen Mother Champion Chase back in March. Last seas...

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Punchestown preview: Moon Over Germany the Craddockstown choice

Horse Racing

Moon Over Germany relishes a soft surface, so - now encountering his optimum conditions - looks the one to be on in the Grade 2 Craddockstown Novice Chase at Punchestown on Saturday (13:25). Trained by Henry De Bromhead, who has saddled four winners of this 2m contest in the last decade, this eight-year-old spent much of last season racing on the wrong ground. The son of Germany also ...

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Greatwood Handicap Hurdle preview: Countister the value play at Cheltenham

Horse Racing

The big betting race on the final day of the November Meeting at Cheltenham this Sunday is the 2m Grade 3 Greatwood Handicap Hurdle (15:00). At the odds on offer, Countister makes plenty of each-way appeal. This seven-year-old mare had some smart to her name when trained in France and winning three of her six starts. She was then purchased by leading Irish owner JP McManus and, after ...

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BetVictor Smartcards Handicap Chase preview: Take the West Approach at Cheltenham

Horse Racing

Having shaped really well when runner-up on seasonal reappearance, West Approach looks worth siding with at 4/1 with William Hill to go one better and land the spoils in the 3m 3f Grade 3 BetVictor Smartcards Handicap Chase at Cheltenham on Saturday (13:50). This Colin Tizzard trained nine-year-old had some top class form to his name in staying hurdles and has won two of his 12 starts ov...

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Cheltenham November Meeting day 2 preview: I K Brunel the Hyde bet

Horse Racing

Having created a good impression when winning last time out, I K Brunel looks worth siding with at 5/1 with Boylesports to take the step back up into Grade 2 company in his stride and land the spoils in the 2m 5f Hyde Novices’ hurdle at Cheltenham on Saturday (12:05). After winning his debut on soft ground in a bumper at Carlisle, this Olly Murphy trained five-year-old shaped with stacks...

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Bet of the Day: Federer to win ATP Finals in London

Bet of the day

After a blockbuster night on Thursday at the ATP Finals in London, there are a few things we know for sure. One is that Rafael Nadal will end the year as the world’s Number One ranked men’s singles player. Another is that, judging by the ferocity of his serves against Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer really wasn’t over his loss to the Serbian star in July’s Wimbledon final - the man they call ...

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BetVictor Gold Cup preview: Spiritofthegames the one to be on in Cheltenham feature

Horse Racing

The feature race on a superb card at Cheltenham this Saturday is the Grade 3 BetVictor Gold Cup Handicap Chase (14:25). In a typically fierce renewal of the 2m 4f contest, Spiritofthegames looks to have lots going for him. This Dan Skelton trained seven-year-old has some very strong form in ultra-competitive hurdles contests in 2017-18. Spiritofthegames finished a fine third to Kal...

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Bet of the Day: Chris Wood real value to score as New Zealand face Irish

Bet of the day

Chris Wood anytime goalscorer odds look very generous on Thursday as he pulls on a New Zealand jersey for an international friendly in Dublin. The All Whites aren't as lauded as their Kiwi counterparts in rugby, but their in-form centre forward can give hosts the Republic of Ireland plenty to think about. Burnley frontman Wood has scored five in his last five Premier League games. Tha...

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Clonmel Oil Chase preview: Monalee appeals most

Horse Racing

Trainer Henry De Bromhead knows what it takes to win the Clonmel Oil Chase, so Monalee looks worth a wager in the feature extended 2m 4f Grade 2 contest on Thursday (14:50). The eight-year-old son of Milan has a fine record over this trip and is a consistent performer at this level. Monalee won his chase bow at Punchestown two years ago, then lowered the colours of subsequent Cheltenh...

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Bet of the Day: Alsa Mix value to land Listed chase bow at Bangor

Bet of the day

Alsa Mix caught the eye over hurdles, so is a fascinating novice chase contender at Listed level at Bangor on Wednesday (13:15). Trained by Alan King, the seven-year-old mare won an Irish point and her first three starts under Rules. After scoring by five lengths in a Worcester bumper, the daughter of Al Namix followed-up over timber at Exeter. Connections pitched her into Grade 2 com...

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