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Cricket – Hales told to believe

May 24th, 2016 / bet365

England assistant coach Paul Farbrace hopes that an innings of 86 from opener Alex Hales in the first Test victory over Sri Lanka will help the right-hander to start believing that he belongs in the Test arena. Hales struggled for form in the Test series in South Africa during the winter, but started the new summer with a gritty performance at Headingley, with his innings helping England cruise to a win by an innings and 88 runs over the Islanders. And Farbrace wants Hales to take some extra belief from his latest knock, telling reporters: “This innings will convince him he can play Test cricket. It’s a shame he didn’t get a hundred, but in the situation, 86 runs on that surface was a fantastic innings. “There were a lot of people talking about his technique – ‘can he play Test cricket? Is he just a one-day player?’. “The big thing for him is (to feel) he can play Test cricket.”

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French Open 2016 Men’s Betting: Slow conditions point to Delbonis over Carreno Busta

May 24th, 2016 / betfair

Sean Calvert found a trio of winners at the French Open on Monday and he’s back with more wagers to consider in Paris on day three…

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Rugby Union – Baxter ready for big finale

May 23rd, 2016 / bet365

Exeter head coach Rob Baxter hopes his players do themselves and the club justice in the Aviva Premiership Grand Final next weekend, with the Chiefs 3/1 with bet365 to be crowned champions. By reaching the showpiece event against Saracens at Twickenham following a 34-23 victory over Wasps in the last four, the West Country outfit have already made history. That was particularly evident in the celebrations after the final whistle, but Baxter knows that the job is not yet completed and is wary of placing too much importance on their semi-final triumph. “I would love for us to go to the final and take part in an epic clash,” he said. “All we’ll be saying to the boys this week is that people aren’t going to judge us on the Wasps performance, this time next week they’re going to judge us on how we perform in the final. “That’s where we’ve got to stand up and be counted and that’s where we’ve got to show our best.”

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Soccer – Hughton commits his future to Brighton

May 23rd, 2016 / bet365

Brighton have handed the former Newcastle United and Norwich City manager Chris Hughton a new four-year contract. Hughton has been in charge of the Seagulls since December 2014 and helped the club avoid relegation from the Championship in the 2014/15 campaign. This season Brighton finished third before losing in the play-offs to Sheffield Wednesday, who are 5/4 with bet365 to beat Hull City in the Championship play-off final at Wembley. The Tigers can be backed at 17/2 to win the match 2-0. Brighton’s chairman, Tony Bloom, said: “Chris thoroughly deserves this new contract after such an outstanding season. “There is no doubt he is one of the best and most skilful managers in the country.”

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Timeform Shortlist: Curragh, Sunday May 22

May 22nd, 2016 / betfair

It’s Irish 1000 Guineas day at the Curragh on Sunday and you can view the Timeform Shortlist for free.

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Catching Kachy to prove impossible in the Temple Stakes

May 21st, 2016 / ladbrokes

Mount Logan and Barnet Fair are others of note on Saturday’s TV card

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Soccer – Cabaye determined to end season with trophy

May 21st, 2016 / bet365

Crystal Palace midfielder Yohan Cabaye is keen to finish the campaign on a high by beating Manchester United in Saturday’s FA Cup final at Wembley. The Eagles have secured victories over Southampton, Stoke City, Tottenham, Reading and Watford to set up a repeat of the 1990 final, which United eventually won after a replay. “The FA Cup semi-final win over Watford was fantastic, the atmosphere was very good,” said France international Cabaye. “We have had a fantastic run. We have beaten four Premier League teams to reach the final and all the players are focused and determined to win.” Cabaye is available at 11/2 with bet365 to score at any time in the FA Cup final while Palace can be backed at 3/1 to keep a clean sheet against Manchester United.

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Soccer – Silverware is all that matters to Van Gaal

May 21st, 2016 / bet365

Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal thinks it is more important to win the FA Cup than it is to finish in the top four of the Premier League. United finished fifth this season after beating Bournemouth on Tuesday and will be playing in the Europa League rather than the Champions League next term. However, they still have the chance to win a trophy as they face Crystal Palace at Wembley in the FA Cup final. United are available at 11/2 with bet365 to beat the Eagles 2-0 on Saturday while Wayne Rooney is 21/10 to score at any time in the game. Van Gaal said: “A title for the fans is fantastic and we want to give it to them. “When you win silverware it is always important. Qualification for the Champions League is not a title, a title is the FA Cup.”

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Where are they now? The men who made the 1990 FA Cup final

May 21st, 2016 / ladbrokes

Man United and Palace revisit history

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Rugby Union – Nowell wary of dangerous Wasps

May 20th, 2016 / bet365

Exeter wing Jack Nowell is expecting a very difficult match on Saturday when the Chiefs take on Wasps in the semi-finals of the Aviva Premiership play-offs. Rob Baxter’s men have home advantage in the encounter after beating Harlequins on the final day of the regular season to take second place in the league. However, even though the match is taking place at Sandy Park, Nowell is not taking their encounter with the Coventry-based outfit for granted. He said: “There’s no point us focusing on Twickenham or playing in the final, we’ve got the semi-final to focus on first. “It’s going to be a tough game for us. They’re a dangerous side but it’s important for us to focus on our defence and keep pushing with that.” Exeter are 1/2 with bet365 to beat Wasps and 7/2 to go on and win the Aviva Premiership Grand Final.

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