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Cambridgeshire Handicap Preview: Cambridgeshire to stay in Suffolk

September 23rd, 2014 / betfair

Keith Melrose tries to crack the ultra-competitive Cambridgeshire Handicap, set to take place at Newmarket on Saturday…

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Soccer – Rodgers offers Gerrard support

September 23rd, 2014 / bet365

Brendan Rodgers has backed under-fire captain Steven Gerrard and insists all the Liverpool players must take responsibility for their slow start to the campaign. Gerrard has been criticised for his performances this term, but Liverpool boss Rodgers has no concerns over the midfielder’s form. The Reds have lost three of their five Premier League games so far this season, including a 3-1 defeat to West Ham at the weekend, and Rodgers feels all the players need to shoulder the blame for their disappointing start. “I have no concerns,” said Rodgers about Gerrard’s form. “He’s a brilliant player for us, really talented. It was a team performance that was not up to scratch against West Ham. “We have conceded eight goals and the majority of those could have been avoided. But for us as a team, we need to be better. “We’re still looking to find our performance level, which apart from Tottenham [Liverpool beat Spurs 3-0 in August], we’ve not been at.” Liverpool are 3/5 with bet365 to see off Middlesbrough in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday and 11/10 to secure a top four Premier League finish this season.

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Soccer – Van Gaal has Rooney rethink

September 23rd, 2014 / bet365

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has indicated he will no longer use Wayne Rooney in a central striking role. Van Gaal says he has not been satisfied with Rooney’s displays as an out-and-out striker this term, with Radamel Falcao set to be used as the focal point in the United attack. Speaking in the wake of his side’s 5-3 defeat at Leicester, Van Gaal said: “We have played well, but can improve, and I was not so satisfied with Rooney as a striker and [Juan] Mata as midfielder.

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Soccer – Cisse aims to build on scoring return

September 23rd, 2014 / bet365

Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse is happy to have marked his return from injury with two goals and is keen to help Alan Pardew’s side climb the Premier League table. The 29-year-old Senegal international had been sidelined since April with a knee injury, but came on as a second-half substitute against Hull City and scored a brace as Newcastle hit back from two goals down to draw 2-2. Newcastle remain rooted to the foot of the Premier League table, and are 4/1 with bet365 to be relegated this season, but the draw did at least take some of the pressure off Pardew. Cisse said: “It’s very, very hard for the manager but I’m just a happy man. I came back from injury and scored two goals and gained one point for the team. “I think the team worked very, very hard. The manager put me on the bench and then I scored two goals. I’m happy.” Newcastle visit Crystal Palace in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday and are available at 9/1 to win the match 2-1.

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Misfiring Spurs 13/8 to draw another blank when they head to Arsenal

September 23rd, 2014 / ladbrokes

Tottenham’s blunt attack has failed to fire against Partizan Belgrade and West Brom

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G-Mac hoping for Rory partnership

September 23rd, 2014 / betfred

Graeme McDowell says he would love to rekindle his partnership with Rory McIlroy (7/2 – Top European ) in the Ryder Cup as the European team step up their preparations to take on USA at Gleneagles . The two Northern Irishmen played together in the foursomes in both 2010 and 2012 as Europe claimed successive victories in the team tournament and they are tipped to forge another partnership in Scotland this week. McDowell admits the pair’s relationship has come under strain this year after McIlroy initiated proceedings against his former management company Horizon – who still represent McDowell – suing for alleged breaches of contract. Horizon then counter-sued for commissions owing and McDowell (10/1 – Top European ) admits it has been a difficult time for the golfers, who personally get on well, but now have differing business interests. McDowell insists, however, that the duo can put that behind them and help Europe put USA to the sword once again. The former US Open champion said: “Myself and the other 10 guys would all love to be paired with the world’s number one player. There would be a queue out of the door of players wanting to partner Rory and, absolutely, I would be among them. “Yes, it has been a rough time over the last couple of years on the business side of things for both me and Rory because he has been involved in a lawsuit with my management company. “And it certainly has put a stress on our relationship, but we have put those things behind us this year. If anything, our friendship has been strengthened by what we have experienced. We have talked about it and we would certainly love to renew our partnership again.” Skipper Paul McGinley says he is keeping his selections under wraps for now and will wait to see how his team are once they settle in this week at Gleneagles. McIlroy, who has had an outstanding 2014, winning both the US PGA and The Open to take his total of majors up to four, admits he is looking forward to the competition and believes Europe have a strong squad – whoever is paired together. He said: “There’s a few guys I can play with. You might see a few interesting pairings. We’ve got a good mix and the pairings we’re going to have are going to be very, very strong.”

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McGinley coy on selections

September 23rd, 2014 / betfred

Europe’s ( 8/13 – Ryder Cup outright ) captain Paul McGinley says he is still considering his pairings for the foursomes and fourballs when the Ryder Cup gets underway on Friday . Monday has seen the USA ( 7/4 – Ryder Cup outright ) team arrive in Edinburgh ahead of the highly-anticipated event at Gleneagles. McGinley is currently mulling over his selections for the first day, as Europe look to get off to a better start than they did at Medinah two years ago, when a miracle comeback got them out of jail. The 47-year-old says he does have an idea on which of his stars will play together but is happy to keep his cards close to his chest for now. McGinley told Sky Sports News: “I have a skeleton plan in place but I wouldn’t say it is firmed up. “I want to discuss things with the vice-captains but more than that I want to see how the players are. “It is a little bit like horses from Ireland travelling over to Cheltenham – you want to see how they get over the journey. “You want to see how tired they are and assess them all

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Robshaw not worried by critics

September 22nd, 2014 / betfred

Chris Robshaw says he will not let the criticism of his playing style hinder him as he continues his preparations to lead England (7/2 joint second favourites 2015 World Cup Outright ) in next year’s World Cup. The Harlequins star was appointed to the role when Stuart Lancaster was brought in as coach in 2012 and has always divided opinion due to his unusual size for an openside flanker, with his critics arguing the Red Rose will struggle against the better sides without a genuine ball-winner. With less than a year to go until the global tournament, the likes of New Zealand (11/8 favs 2015 World Cup Outright ) and South Africa (7/2 jt second favs) are now starting to show their cards and there have been suggestions that Robshaw could be moved into another position in the back-row, or replaced completely with Tom Wood taking the reins. It looks as though Lancaster is planning to stick by his man though and Quins boss Conor O’Shea recently took the club captaincy off the 28-year-old to help him concentrate on his international fortunes

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Leicester smash five past United’s defence in 5-3 win

September 22nd, 2014 / betfair

So maybe, just maybe, thumping QPR at home doesn’t need that everything has been fixed at Old Trafford. Alex Johnson reports on a quite staggering game on Sunday afternoon.

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Hamilton taking nothing for granted

September 22nd, 2014 / betfred

Lewis Hamilton (4/7 fav Drivers’ Championship Outright ) insists he will not be taking anything for granted after moving to the top of the Drivers’ Championship courtesy of his victory in Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix . Having taken pole in qualifying, the Brit only lost the lead once as he was passed by Sebastian Vettel following his final pit stop but quickly recovered and eventually cruised home to take his seventh race win of the season. Vettel held on to take second place at Marina Bay, with his Red Bull colleague Daniel Ricciardo completing the podium ahead of Fernando Alonso, Felipe Massa, Jean-Eric Vergne and Sergio Perez. However, it was previous leader Nico Rosberg (11/8 Drivers’ Championship Outright ) who was the big loser on Sunday, being forced to retire due to an electrical issue after just 15 laps to see his lead at the top of the standings evaporate and his Mercedes colleague pass him. Despite his success in 2014, Hamilton has only led the title race once and has often found himself playing catch-up to the German, with the pair being involved in a number of controversial incidents. The victory in Singapore now sees him sit three points clear of his team-mate but he insists there is still a long way to go this season for him personally and the Silver Arrows as a unit. “Things have changed for me absolutely,” he said after the race. “I looked for a clean weekend and this was it. We always strive to get both cars 1-2 that was our goal, so things still to work on.”

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