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OpenOdds Six Nations Preview: Week Three

Rugby

We have reached the middle weekend of the Six Nations championship, and at this stage there are two teams with 100% records, another two who’ve won and lost a match each, and two who are yet to get off the mark win-wise. It’s a weekend with potentially huge implications for the destination of the trophy, and where we’ll find out a little more about each of the top four teams. Are France as ...

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Bet of the Day: Fulham and Derby to play out exciting draw in Championship

Bet of the day

At the start of the season, any straw poll for the teams winning promotion from the Championship would have seen a lot of action for the two sides contesting tonight’s match. Now, as we enter the closing stretch with just over a quarter of the season to go, they’re both still in the mix - but with varying levels of realism as to their chances. Hosts Derby sit in 13th place and are nine poin...

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Winter Derby preview: Dubai Warrior worth a wager at Lingfield

Horse Racing

Trainer John Gosden and Frankie Dettori won the 1m 2f Group 3 Winter Derby last year with Wissahickon, so could repeat with Dubai Warrior in the feature all-weather contest at Lingfield on Saturday (15:15). This four-year-old Dansili colt is four from five on an artificial surface and landed on the trials for this race last time out. Greater experience in this sphere may give him an e...

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Betway Handicap Chase preview: Adrien Du Pont the Kempton punt

Horse Racing

Having fallen in the weights, Adrien Du Pont looks the one to be on in the 3m Grade 3 Betway Handicap Chase at Kempton on Saturday (15:35). This eight-year-old, who hails from the in-form yard of Paul Nicholls, has won once and been placed once in two starts over this course and distance. In the last of those successes back in December 2018, the Johnny De La Hey owned gelding came fro...

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Eider Chase preview: Calipso Collonges the Newcastle choice

Horse Racing

The feature race at Newcastle on Saturday is the Eider Chase, a Grand National trial and historic handicap run over a stamina sapping 4m 1f (14:45). Calipso Collonges ran very well when runner-up last time out, so looks worth a punt at 7/1 with Betway to go one better and land the spoils. That came in the Tommy Whittle Chase at Haydock where the Olly Murphy trained eight-year-old stay...

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Where could Adam Lallana go next after Liverpool?

Football

Plenty of Adam Lallana next club speculation has begun following the announcement that he will leave runaway Premier League leaders Liverpool at the end of the season. He has spent six years at Anfield which are all but certain to culminate in a title winner’s medal. Lallana has been unlucky with injuries in recent times and found it hard to get back into the Reds midfield which has d...

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Kempton preview: Reserve Tank taken to gun down Pendil rivals

Horse Racing

Reserve Tank failed to live up to expectations when runner-up last time out but, now dropped back in trip following a break, looks worth siding with to resume winning ways in the 2m 4f Grade 2 Pendil Novices' Chase at Kempton on Saturday (13:15). This Colin Tizzard trained six-year-old has won five of his nine starts under Rules and developed into a top class hurdler last season when win...

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Bet of the Day: Front View fancied at Thurles

Bet of the day

Front View looks well worth a wager to take the step up in trip and into Grade 3 company in the extended 2m 4f novice hurdle at Thurles this Thursday (15:25). One of three in the race for trainer Joseph O’Brien, this five-year-old won the last of his bumper starts at the Punchestown Festival. He beat Jungle Junction by a length, and the runner-up has since come out and landed a Navan ...

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Wilder vs. Fury 2 preview: Gypsy King and Bronze Bomber battle again in Vegas

Boxing

There’s nothing quite like a massive heavyweight title fight such as Wilder Fury 2. Their original encounter in the Staples Center in Las Angeles must surely go down in the annals of boxing as one of the most dramatic fights to ever take place inside the squared circle. Deontay Wilder knocked Tyson Fury down to the canvas twice, yet the Gypsy King got back up again to claim a memorabl...

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Bet of the Day: Shah An Shah each-way value at Doncaster

Horse Racing

Having posted an improved and eye-catching effort last time out, Shah An Shah looks decent each-way value in the 3m handicap hurdle at Doncaster on Wednesday (14:50). This Charlie Longsdon trained six-year-old is a lightly-raced and unexposed sort who has had just five outings under Rules. He shaped with promise his sole bumper start when a 9 1/4 lengths third to Montego Grey at Marke...

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Punchestown preview: Elfile appeals in Quevega Mares Hurdle

Horse Racing

The feature race at Punchestown on Wednesday is the 2m 4f Grade 3 Quevega Mares Hurdle (13:40). From a field of five, top weight Elfile appeals most. This six-year-old is trained by Willie Mullins and five from 11 under Rules. Elfile is a course and distance winner at Listed level on better ground, but proved she handled a softer surface when scoring on reappearance at Thurles. After ...

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Bet of the Day: PSG beat Borussia Dortmund and BTTS appeals as Champions League returns

Bet of the day

The Champions League returns on Tuesday, so PSG beat Borussia Dortmund and BTTS odds appeal in their last 16 first leg fixture. This game sees the French Ligue 1 leaders away to the team third in the German Bundesliga. Dortmund have lost three of their last seven games, while PSG have only been beaten three times all season. Thomas Tuchel faces his former club here and his current sid...

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Bet of the Day: Milan to defeat Torino in Serie A clash

Bet of the day

Monday night’s Serie A action takes things to Milan, where Stefano Pioli’s home side need all three points if they are to keep up with the sides chasing Europa League football next season. The greater prize of the Champions League is, even at this comparatively early stage, probably a pipe dream - but the Rossoneri must be focusing on getting back into European competition after a season on...

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Punchestown preview: Mon Lino appeals each-way in Irish Grand National Trial

Horse Racing

A typically wide-open renewal of the 3m 4f Grade B Irish Grand National Trial headlines the rearranged February 9 card at Punchestown (14:45) on Tuesday, and Mon Lino appeals each-way. Trained by Paul Nolan, this eight-year-old is one of five entered for leading owner JP McManus. Mon Lino is only one from 12 over fences but ran a huge race in defeat on his last start in this sphere. T...

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Navan preview: Tiger ready to Roll in repeat Boyne Hurdle bid

Horse Racing

Tiger Roll and Magic Of Light meet again in the 2m 5f Grade 2 Boyne Hurdle at Navan on Sunday (13:50). Last year’s Grand National one-two are both using this race on their road back to Merseyside. Without the unique Aintree fences to jump, Tiger Roll is 1lb better off at the weights with Magic Of Light. On that basis, Gordon Elliott’s beloved 10-year-old has to be fancied to confir...

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