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Soccer – Ancelotti brushes off Bale fitness fears

November 1st, 2014 / bet365

Carlo Ancelotti has denied he is having to manage a Gareth Bale injury which prevents the Wales international from playing three games in quick succession for Real Madrid. The world’s most expensive footballer was an unused substitute in the 5-0 thrashing of Levante at Estadi Ciudad de Valencia in La Liga earlier this month. The 25-year-old also sat out the Champions League win against Liverpool at Anfield and the El Clasico victory against bitter rivals Barcelona on Saturday because of a hip injury. “It’s a lie that Bale couldn’t play three consecutive matches,” Ancelotti said ahead of Real Madrid’s Copa del Rey clash with Cornella on Wednesday. “He just has a small injury.” The likes of summer signing James Rodriguez and Spain forward Isco have been the principal beneficiaries of Bale’s absence but coach Ancelotti insisted the former Tottenham flyer still has a big future with the capital giants. “It seems like many have forgotten that Gareth Bale scored in the Copa del Rey and UEFA Champions League finals [last season],” he added. “He is equally important as James Rodriguez and Isco.” Real Madrid are currently priced 5/6 by bet365 in the La Liga outright betting and 10/3 to win this season’s Champions League.

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The Big Match Tactical View: Manchester City v Manchester United

November 1st, 2014 / betfair

Manchester City are odds-on favourites despite being winless in three matches, and potentially without key players through injury. Michael Cox considers how Manuel Pellegrini might adjust, while Alan Thompson has the betting lowdown…

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Formula 1 – Relaxed Button enjoying life again

October 31st, 2014 / bet365

Jenson Button insists he is feeling much more content at the moment even though his future at McLaren remains unclear. The 34-year-old, who won the world title in 2009, has been with McLaren for the last five years but it has been suggested that he will be replaced by Fernando Alonso at the end of this season. McLaren has not confirmed its line-up for 2015, but Alonso is widely expected to be moving to the team from Ferrari, with either Button or Kevin Magnussen making way for the Spaniard. Button said: “I’m not changing anything in the way I work. I’m just making sure I’m enjoying it and not feeling like I was a few weeks ago before Japan where I felt under massive pressure. “What happens next year happens.” Button is 6/5 with bet365 to clinch a top-six finish at this weekend’s USA Grand Prix and 22/1 to be the first driver to retire from the race.

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X Factor: Frightful Night likely for for Stereo Kicks

October 31st, 2014 / betfair

Two winning tips in a row sees him in his customary profitable position. In Halloween-themed Fright-Night Week, Jack Houghton thinks Stereo Kicks are vulnerable, and that Fleur East will continue to impress.

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Kamara: Derby defeat wouldn’t rule Man City out of the title race

October 31st, 2014 / ladbrokes

Don’t be too quick to write off the Sky Blues, even if they do lose to Man United

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Man Utd v Chelsea – Premier League Preview | Betfred TV

October 31st, 2014 / betfred

The apprentice returns to the master this Sunday as Jose Mourinho returns to Old Trafford to face his previous boss Louis Van Gaal. A game of two massive goal scoring frontlines. A high scoring game expected but who will be coming out on top? You’ll love a bit of Betfred

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Soccer – Frustrated Kaboul calls for big response

October 31st, 2014 / bet365

Livid Tottenham captain Younes Kaboul has demanded a braver attitude from his team-mates in the wake of the 2-1 home defeat to Newcastle United. Spurs crumbled to a disappointing loss to Alan Pardew’s side despite leading at half-time and are now 7/1 with bet365 to finish in the top four of the Premier League this season. Kaboul said: “We have to be braver and more focused. At this level there is no mercy. If you’re not focused, brave and ready, you pay the price.” Emmanuel Adebayor headed Spurs’ goal against Newcastle and is 20/21 to score at any time when Mauricio Pochettino’s side host Brighton in the Capital One Cup on Wednesday.

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Soccer – Pochettino content to shuffle his pack

October 31st, 2014 / bet365

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has confirmed that he will continue to juggle his squad as he tries to cope with the demands of European and domestic football this season. Pochettino made ten changes to his side for the Capital One Cup victory against Brighton, with only Jan Vertonghen keeping his place from the team that lost at home to Newcastle United in the Premier League on Sunday. Spurs have slipped into the bottom half of the table after being beaten by Alan Pardew’s side but look set to qualify from the group stage of the Europa League and are in the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup, a competition they are 6/1 with bet365 to win outright. Pochettino said: “We have a strong squad with different players. All the competitions are tough and, when you play in the Europa League and Capital One Cup, you need all the players.” Aaron Lennon picked up a hamstring injury against Brighton and may miss this weekend’s match against Aston Villa, 7/2 to be relegated this season.

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Formula 1 – Hamilton predicts tense finish to season

October 31st, 2014 / bet365

Lewis Hamilton does not think the Formula One world title will be decided until the final race of the year. The 29-year-old British driver, who secured the drivers’ crown with McLaren in 2008, has won the last four races and leads closest rival and fellow Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg by 17 points. With only three races of the season left – in the United States, Brazil and Abu Dhabi – Hamilton is 1/5 with bet365 to win the F1 drivers’ title outright, but insists he is not feeling comfortable about his lead. He said: “I’ve never had a comfortable feeling in my life when I’ve been in a championship. It’s tense all the way to the end, and this is a championship that is going to go to the end.” Hamilton can be backed at 8/13 to win the United States Grand Prix outright on Sunday.

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Soccer – Shaw relishing "massive" derby test

October 31st, 2014 / bet365

Summer signing Luke Shaw has demanded his Manchester United team-mates “come out firing” in Sunday’s Premier League derby against Manchester City. A number of Louis van Gaal’s expensively-assembled squad, including teenage full-back Shaw, make the short trip to the Etihad Stadium for their first taste of a Manchester derby this weekend. It is a date which rival supporters always relish and will provide another sign of how far van Gaal’s side have progressed against the reigning champions. Shaw believes United can put a dent in City’s title defence but accepts they must get on the front-foot against Manuel Pellegrini’s men to have any hope of winning. “It’s pretty obvious what this match means to the fans and the club,” the England youngster told reporters. “I don’t think I need to be told about it and the other [new signings] will be aware too. “I’ve watched it for the past years and I’ve seen how much it means to everyone. It’s one of the biggest occasions in football after the World Cups and Champions League finals. “It’s a massive occasion for everyone involved in it. We need to come out firing on Sunday.” Manchester City are currently priced 4/5 by bet365 in the match betting and the draw is quoted 11/4

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