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Formula One – Wolff expects fight to the end

July 23rd, 2014 / bet365

Mercedes executive director Toto Wolff believes Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will battle it out for the world title until the last race of the season in Abu Dhabi. Only 14 points separate the Silver Arrows team-mates ahead of the 11th instalment of the Formula One campaign at the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday

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Rugby Union – Morris targets Tigers response

July 23rd, 2014 / bet365

Leicester Tigers winger Niall Morris believes his side are ready to bounce back following the disappointing end to their Aviva Premiership campaign last term. The Tigers, who are 5/2 with bet365 to win the Grand Final this time around, fell short last season in the playoff semi-finals with a 21-20 defeat to Northampton Saints. Morris knows his side have a tough start to the season against the likes of Newcastle, Bath and Exeter but feels the Tigers squad is in a good place as they prepare for another long campaign. He said: “I’ve had a very good summer, eventually got over the disappointment of the semi-final and got away on a couple of holidays. I’m back now and fresh and looking forward to next season. “I think most people have now got over the semi-final loss from last year and it’s been quite positive. Everyone’s looking forward to next year and everyone really wants to have a big season.”

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Van Gerwen still unhappy with game

July 23rd, 2014 / betfred

Michael van Gerwen insists he still needs to improve his game despite qualifying for the quarter-finals of the World Matchplay where he will face Dave Chisnall ( Van Gerwen 2/9, Chisnall 10/3 – Match Betting ). The Dutchman beat Ian White 13-4 at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool on Tuesday night but he was visibly frustrated while at the oche. Van Gerwen won seven successive legs to charge into the lead but he continued to miss some doubles and trebles that prolonged the encounter. However, Van Gerwen showed glimpses of his best form after checking out on 123 in the 15th leg. Despite winning comfortably, the world number one insists he must improve if he is to win the title. He told Sky Sports: “I didn’t come into the game well straight away. “I didn’t feel comfortable – I didn’t hit my trebles, I didn’t hit my doubles. But he didn’t hit his doubles either. “I’m quite happy I won, sometimes it’s frustrating to win games like that. Normally a 95 average shouldn’t be good enough to win. “I need to raise my game, but tonight it was enough. I want to out-score and dominate every game. Sometimes that’s not possible, but I really want to do it.” Fellow Dutchman Raymond van Barneveld was knocked out of the tournament after surrendering a 4-0 lead to Simon Whitlock. ‘Barney’ used new darts for his second-round match but his form was below par as he allowed his Australian opponent to come back into the game. Whitlock eventually won the contest 13-8 and he was joined in the next round as James Wade beat Richie Burnett 13-2. Whitlock is 6/5 to get the better of Wade ( 4/6 – Match Betting ) in the last eight of the tournament.

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Top Promoted Team Betting: QPR are the ones to back

July 23rd, 2014 / betfair

Play-off winners tend to adapt to the Premier League better than Championship table-toppers, and QPR are equipped to maintain that trend…

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Jackpot sizzling in Blackpool

July 23rd, 2014 / betfred

Adrian Lewis put down a marker that he means business at the World Matchplay Darts with a 10-0 whitewash of Andrew Gilding on Monday night (Lewis 11/2 Outright Winner In-Play ). The 29-year-old has yet to win the Blackpool showpiece but set his stall out this year by blanking his fellow Englishman with a master class of darting brilliance. The two-time world champion averaged 110.51 during the 10 legs at the Winter Gardens and looked totally at ease with his game as he hit multiple 180s and other large scores. Gilding averaged a respectable 92.55 but was powerless to stop the ‘Jackpot’ juggernaut, who now faces Mervyn King for a place in the quarter-finals (Lewis 1/4, King 3/1 – Match Prices ). Lewis has enjoyed a mixed season to date, with a disappointing showing in the Premier League but a dominant display to land the UK Open. And, despite the emphatic manner of his victory, the Stoke thrower warned his rivals that he was still not at the top of his game. “It could have been better I think, I missed that many 180s,” he told Sky Sports. “I’m pretty happy with my performance. I love this place. I finished well.” King eased into round two with a 10-4 success over Belgium’s Kim Huybrechts, while Stephen Bunting shocked Peter Wright 10-6 to set up a second-round clash with Gary Anderson of Scotland, who was a 10-8 winner over England’s Jamie Caven (Anderson 8/15, Bunting 6/4 – Match Prices ).

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Golf – McDowell voices McIlroy doubts

July 23rd, 2014 / bet365

Graeme McDowell has his doubts that Rory McIlroy will be able to get close to matching the dominance that 14-time Major champion Tiger Woods once enjoyed. McIlroy voiced his desire to become the man to beat after landing the Open Championship at Hoylake last weekend, with the Northern Irishman now 15/2 with bet365 to win the 2015 Masters and complete a full set of all four Major titles. However, McDowell is not confident that that will happen, as he said: “I don’t think we’ll ever see the dominance of Tiger Woods in the late ’90s, early 2000s. “We used to say there will never be another Jack Nicklaus and then along came Tiger. “You never want to discount the possibility of someone coming along and dominating, but nobody has really asserted themselves week in and week out the way Tiger did for such a long period of time. “I don’t think we’re going to see that dominance again for a while, unless somebody comes out who has perfected the imperfectable.”

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Moores refusing to panic

July 23rd, 2014 / betfred

Coach Peter Moores is confident that England can bounce back to beat India in the third Test and has backed Alastair Cook to lead them to victory ( England 13/8, India 2/1, draw 7/4 Match Prices ). The hosts slipped 1-0 behind in the best-of-five series with defeat at Lord’s on Monday as yet another batting collapse ruined any chance of pulling off an unlikely triumph. There have been repeated calls for skipper Cook to stand down after he presided over England’s seventh five-day defeat in 10 matches but the Essex man refuses to budge. One more loss will surely force the selectors’ hand and there is little time for the players to regroup as they will square off with MS Dhoni’s men on the south coast on Sunday. It appears as though Cook will still be in charge and Moores is adamant that he still has all the England players right behind him in the quest to put things right. “Cooky carries an enormous amount of respect in that dressing room not only as a player but also as a man and how he goes about his stuff,” he said. “I think that stands him in good stead.” India are now 4/6 favourites to win the series, with England priced at 7/2 , but Moores sees no reason to panic just yet and was quick to point out that there is plenty of time for his charges to hit back during the remainder of the summer. “We haven’t lost the series, we’ve lost the game and there’s a difference,” he added. “We’re playing a series now and we are 1-0 down with three Tests to play so I think common sense is to think ‘how can we go to Southampton and win that Test match’.”

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Timeform’s Race of The Day: Wednesday, Sandown 19:45

July 22nd, 2014 / betfair

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Cook determined to fight back

July 22nd, 2014 / betfred

Alastair Cook is refusing to quit as England captain despite defeat at Lord’s in the second Test against India and is determined to turn the side’s fortunes around in the rest of the series ( England 7/2, India 4/6, draw 3/1 – Series Winner ). Having drawn the opening Test at Trent Bridge, England have now slipped 1-0 behind in the best-of-five series with another abject batting display at the home of cricket. Set 319 to win, they succumbed for just 223, as Ishant Sharma claimed seven wickets and several England batsmen fell on their swords with suicidal ill-judged pull shots. The pressure was already huge on Cook’s shoulders before the match even started and the meek way in which his men crumbled on Monday afternoon will have done little to ease his burden. But, stoic as ever, the Essex man has refused to throw the towel in and is eager to lead his troops into battle for the rest of the summer ( England 3-1 – Series Correct Score 16/1 ). “If it gets to the stage where my position becomes untenable, I will be honest to myself,” he said. “To quit now, in the middle of the series, would be wrong. I’m desperate to try and turn this around.” A few of his players will now be sweating on their place for the next Test in Southampton, with Matt Prior and Ben Stokes under pressure to keep their spots. But, whoever is picked to face MS Dhoni’s men on the south coast, Cook wants an improved display and some big performances from his stars. “We’ve just got to front up – there are no excuses,” he added. “It will need iron-will and skill to turn this around.”

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Soccer – Hodgson plots way forward without Gerrard

July 22nd, 2014 / bet365

Roy Hodgson is starting planning England’s Euro2016 qualification campaign without skipper Steven Gerrard, who has retired from international football. England open their qualifying bid with a trip to Switzerland on 8th September, with Slovenia, Lithuania, Estonia and San Marino also in Group E. And Hodgson now has to find a replacement for Gerrard in the England engine room, with the Three Lions 1/66 with bet365 to qualify for France in two years’ time and 14/1 to win the tournament. Hodgson said: “We shall miss his leadership qualities as we look ahead to the qualification campaign with a youthful group of players. “I wish him all the best in the future, although I know I can count on his continued support and influence as a helpful presence moving forward.” Gerrard won 114 caps for his country before calling time, placing him third on the all-time list for England, one appearance short of David Beckham and 11 behind record-holder Peter Shilton.

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