Sandown Horse Racing Tip

Our regular Saturday free horse racing tip from Guy at the Mathematician Site is below ————————————————————- A pleasing result last weekend with Bob’s Worth winning the Hennessy Gold Cup for us. For full members today I have a firm bet at good odds advised in the 2.45 race. **************************************** Full Service Christmas Sale is NOW […]

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Horse Betting On Derby Day

Our usual free Saturday Horse Racing Tip from Guy over at the Mathematician Betting wesite.
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It’s Derby Day and whilst the big race is a poor shadow of
the race it used to be we have 7 meetings today and simply
a Tsunani of Racing deliberately designed to trip us up. […]

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10/1 Skipper Wayne As Burley Out Odds Shorten

10/1 Skipper Wayne at World Cup as:
FOSTER STARTING ODDS SHORTENED

AFTER GETTING the nod to start against Breazil, Ben Foster has been shortened from 8/1 to 6/1 to start in goal when England line up for their opening game of the World Cup. ‘Foster is one of the few to emerge from the game with his standing enhanced, although lack of games at United will not be in his favour’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
Hills MAKE WAYNE ROONEY 10/1 TO START ANY ENGLAND WORLD CUP FINALS MATCH AS SKIPPER. ‘Wayne did nothing wrong as skipper but he is behind at least a couple of others in the pecking order unless injuries intervene’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.

Hills: To Start Opening World Cup Match in Goal:-

David James 5/4
Robert Green 6/4
Ben Foster 6/1
Robinson 12/1
Hart 12/1
Kirkland 16/1

England’s X1 against Brazil was Foster, Brown, Lescott, Upson, Bridge, Barry, Jenas, Milner, Wright-Phillips, Bent, Rooney. How many of these will start England’s first group match in South Africa?

0-2 5/6
3-5 Evs
6 or more 33/1

Will these players who played v Brazil start first World Cup group match?

Lescott 5/2 yes, 2/7 no
Upson 4/1 yes, 1/7 no
Barry Evs yes, 8/11 no
Wright-Phillips 7/2 yes, 1/6 no
Darren Bent 11/2 yes, 1/10 no

OTHERS TO START?

Wayne Rooney 1/40 to start (11/1 Not)
Rio Ferdinand 1/8 to start (9/2 Not)
Frank Lampard 1/20 to start (8/1 Not)
David Beckham 3/1 to start (2/9 Not)
Emille Heskey 4/6 to start (11/10 Not)
Jermain Defoe 7/4 to start (2/5 Not)
Peter Crouch 5/2 to start (2/7 Not)
Ashley Cole 1/25 to start (1/9 Not)
Joe Cole 8/13 to start (6/5 Not)
Michael Owen 6/1 to start; (1/12 not to)

***Top England Scorer In World Cup Finals ?
Wayne Rooney 7/4
Frank Lampard 6/1
Steven Gerrard 6/1
Jermaine Defoe 6/1
Peter Crouch 9/1
Darren Bent 16/1
Emile Heskey 16/1
Michael Owen 16/1
Carlton Cole 20/1
Theo Walcott 20/1

William Hill are offering 20/1 that England and Brazil will meet again in the World Cup Final – and 3/1 that the two take each other on at any stage of the tournament.
Brazil are Evens with Hills to go further than England in the World Cup, with Capello’s side 11/8 to do vice versa, and 4/1that both will be eliminated at the same stage. (3rd place play off to count if relevant).

WORLD CUP PLAY OFFS

William Hill now make France 1/10 favourites to eliminate Rep Ireland, who are 11/2 to get through; they also offer 2/9 Portugal v 3/1 Bosnia; 1/4 Russia v 11/4 Slovenia; 4/6 Ukraine v 11/10 Greece.

OUTRIGHT ODDS….9/2 Brazil; Spain; 6/1 England; 8/1 Argentina; 12/1 Germany; 14/1 Holand; Italy; 16/1 France; Portugal; 33 Russia; 40 Chile; 66 Cameroon; Ghana; Paraguay; Serbia; 80 Mexico; 250 Rep Ireland

AUSSIES VERSUS KIWIS

WITH Australia 500/1 and New Zealand 1000/1 to win the World Cup, William Hill are betting on which of the two will do better – and make the Aussies 1/4 favourites, with the Kiwis 11/4 outsiders. (Bet decided on stage of elimination; if eliminated at same Group stage, points, then goal difference to determine outcome.)

BURLEY 7/4 FOR CHOP

GEORGE BURLEY is a 7/4 shot with William Hill to be sacked or to walk away from his job as Scotland boss before their first Euro qualifier (2/5 not to), and 1/3 to be gone before their first 2014 World Cup qualifier (9/4 not to), following their humiliating 3-0 defeat against Wales. ‘Burley and Scotland are enduring a torrid run of form over their past few matches, particularly away from home, and the criticism will be raised to new heights after this result’ said Hill’s spokesman Graham Sharpe.
William Hill HAVE INSTALLED GARY McALLISTER as 7/2 favourite to succeed George Burley as permanent Scotland boss and also offer 4/1 Craig Levein; Walter Smith; 6/1 Ally McCoist; Billy Davies; Graeme Souness; 13/2 Gordon Strachan; 8/1 Mark McGhee; 9/1 Darren Ferguson; Joe Jordan.

Further information……graham sharpe….0780 3233702

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