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How Man Utd can help Real Madrid make Falcao latest Galactico

July 27th, 2014 / ladbrokes

The Red Devils’ pursuit of Angel Di Maria is key to any move for the Colombian

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Cross-Sport Multiple: Back Tosu to pick up three J League points

July 27th, 2014 / betfair

Andrew Hughes thinks Sagan Tosu will beat Cerezo Osaka in J League Division One and will help land a Sunday multiple in the process. 

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Hamilton’s Hungary GP chances up in smoke as Rosberg grabs pole

July 27th, 2014 / ladbrokes

Mercedes drivers again enjoy wildly differing fortunes in qualifying this season

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Taylor relishing semi-final clash

July 27th, 2014 / betfred

Sixteen-time world champion Phil Taylor (6/4 – World Matchplay Outright ) is looking forward to Saturday’s World Matchplay semi-final clash with Gary Anderson after comfortably defeating Wes Newton on Friday. The Power looked in imperious form throughout the match and barely broke a sweat as the 53-year-old went on a run of seven successful legs at one stage of the contest. Taylor, who finished with a 99.73 average and a 40 percent record on the double, claimed a 16-6 victory by hitting double eight to complete what was a dismantling of Newton. The Englishman now goes on to the semi-final stage of the tournament where he will face up against Scottish star Anderson, who caused a massive shock on Friday. Anderson thrashed last year’s finalist Adrian Lewis 16-8, hitting 55 per cent of his doubles, and averaging 100.63 on his way to the win. The second semi-final see’s Australian Simon Whitlock (10/1 – Tournament Outright ) take on world number one Michael van Gerwen in what is a highly-anticipated encounter, and Taylor has said that the two matches should make for great entertainment. “I think you’ve got a cracking semi-final both sides to be honest with you. Simon against Michael’s going to be a cracker, it really is,” he said. “I think Simon’s up for this, I think Michael is, I am and I think Gary is as well so I think anybody who’s a darts fan, you’re in for a treat.” Taylor is favourite at a price of 2/5 to defeat Anderson in their semi-final match betting , with the Scot seen as a 15/8 shot to beat ‘The Power’.

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Timeform’s case for Kingman in the Sussex Stakes

July 27th, 2014 / betfair

It’s not a great betting race, but that’s not the point argues Joe Rendall as he restates Timeform’s allegiance to Kingman over Toronado in the Sussex Stakes.

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World Matchplay Darts: Semis best bets include shock Taylor exit

July 27th, 2014 / ladbrokes

Tournament favourite Van Gerwen expected to safely negotiate Whitlock though

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Whiteford eyes Russian glory

July 27th, 2014 / betfred

Peter Whiteford is hoping he will not need to rely on luck when he takes on co-leader David Horse y in Sunday’s Russian Open final round ( Whiteford 2/1 – In-Play Winner ). The 33-year-old carded a blistering six-under-par 66 on Saturday to join Horsey on 13-under, with the Englishman signing for a solid 70 at Tseleevo Golf and Polo Club ( Horsey 8/11 – In-Play Winner ). The Scot secured five birdies in his first six holes while an eagle at the par-5 eighth ensured that he reached the turn in just 30 strokes. A bogey and one more birdie followed on the back nine as the Kirkcaldy-born ace roared into contention and he and Horsey will begin their final round four shots clear of the chasing pack. Whiteford holed a bunker shot on the first and then chipped in on the third and admitted afterwards that, despite his score, he was far from happy with his game. “The swing didn’t feel great at all to be honest,” he said. “I’m hoping I wake up tomorrow with a better swing. I had a lot of good luck today.” Andrea Pavan ( 14/1 ), Scott Jamieson ( 10/1 ) and Thomas Pieters ( 11/1 ) are the nearest challengers on -9 but it looks set to be a straight shoot-out between the top two, according to England’s Horsey. “I’m glad Dave and I have put a bit of breathing space between us and the next guys,”  he said. “It might be a bit like match play on the front nine tomorrow.”

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Formula One – Vettel focused on Williams battle

July 26th, 2014 / bet365

Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel believes the Hungarian Grand Prix will suit his team as they continue their battle with Williams. Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa have come on leaps and bounds with Williams of late but Red Bull still remain 67 points ahead of them in the Constructors’ Championship. Vettel, who is 33/1 with bet365 to win the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday, has been impressed with the progress made by Williams but feels the Hungaroring will suit his Red Bull more. He said: “I think as a general trend, Williams have taken a step forward since Austria. “We know that they’re very competitive down the straights – they have been the whole season – but they’ve got a lot more competitive in the corners. Otherwise that step wouldn’t have happened for them. “It could obviously favour us a little more this weekend, the fact there’s only one straight and small straights in between.”

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Chester turning to youth

July 26th, 2014 / betfred

Hull KR head coach Chris Chester has revealed that he may look to the youngsters in his squad for Saturday’s clash with London Broncos at The Hive ( Match Betting – 6/1 London, 33/1 draw, 1/12 Hull KR). Chester has called 19-year-old scrum-half Connor Robinson and 18-year-old centre Macauley Hallett into his squad for the visit of the Broncos. The duo could be in line to make their full debuts for the Robins if Chester opts to call on them to try and inject some ‘energy’ after a disappointing loss to Salford last time out. The Broncos ( 10/1 to win with +22 handicap ) have already had their fate sealed and know that they will be relegated from the Super League come the end of the campaign after failing to pick up a victory all season. However, Chester has warned against complacency and insists that his squad must claim a victory if they are to stand a chance of finishing in the play-offs. Chester said: “I let certain players know I was very disappointed with their performance last week and we’ve made a few changes. “Things had to change and there’ll be a couple of people that miss out this week and a couple of young players who could come in and bring us some energy. “They’re a good attacking team and we’ve got to make sure defensively we’re a lot better and a lot smarter than we were at the weekend. “We were very flat against Salford and myself and the strength and conditioning staff have had a good look at that for reasons why.”

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Tennis – Murray sticking with Mauresmo

July 26th, 2014 / bet365

Andy Murray looks set to keep Amelie Mauresmo as his coach going forward after the pair were pictured at the Scot’s training camp in Miami. The two-time Grand Slam champion, who is 7/2 with bet365 to win the US Open, has struggled for form of late as he crashed out of Wimbledon in the quarter-finals earlier this summer. There were suggestions Murray might end his partnership with Mauresmo but having had that picture taken together in Florida, the pair look set to continue working together leading up to the US Open in New York next month.

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