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Marler demands Quins consistency

August 30th, 2014 / betfred

New Harlequins ( 10/1 – Aviva Premiership Grand Final Winner ) captain Joe Marler is demanding more consistency from the team in 2014-15 as they bid to improve on last season. Harlequins finished strongly in the 2013-14 campaign as they won five of their last six Premiership matches to finish in the top four. They were beaten in the play-off semi-finals by Saracens but it was still an encouraging finale for John Kingston’s side, who also reached the last four of the Heineken Cup. Quins are hoping for big things this season and Marler, who has been named as Chris Robshaw’s successor, is demanding consistency throughout the season to avoid another gruelling late push. “We did really well to get into the top four last season, but we had to fight tooth and nail as those last handful of games were must-win games,” Marler told the club’s website. “I think that took it out of us when we got to the semi, so this year we need to be consistent and put ourselves in the best position. From there, we will see where that gets us.” Marler was named Harlequins captain earlier this month and admits he will not be looking to change a great deal ahead of the new campaign. “I’m massively honoured to take the role, I have big boots to fill from Chris [Robshaw],” he said. “I was shocked when I was first asked to take on the role, but I’m looking forward to giving it a go. “It won’t change my role on field too much, I’ll have to be a bit more sensible, but I don’t intend to change too much. “There are guys in the team who have been in the team a number of years and are strong leaders; it’s the age-old saying of sharing the work load.” Marler will lead Quins out in their Premiership opener against London Irish at Twickenham on September 6 ( Match Betting – London Irish 2/1, draw 22/1, Harlequins 2/5 ).

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Soccer – Wenger to stay on top of transfer market

August 30th, 2014 / bet365

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said he will keep a keen eye on the transfer market “until the last minute” in his efforts to sign a new striker. The Frenchman could be forced to make a late foray before Monday’s deadline now that France striker Olivier Giroud has been ruled out until the end of December after having surgery on a broken leg. The former Montpellier forward broke his left tibia in Saturday’s 2-2 Premier League draw at Everton and is not expected to return to first-team action until Christmas at the earliest. Wenger said after the Champions League win against Besiktas in midweek that “to find players better than we have will be very difficult now” but on Friday appeared to have a change of heart when revealing he will stay busy. “I will be on alert until the last minute,” said the Emirates Stadium boss, who confirmed he expects 27-year-old Giroud to be out until at least Christmas. “We have shown in the last two seasons that if there are players to buy we will do it.” Wenger has been credited with an interest in England striker Danny Welbeck of Manchester United and Colombia talisman Radamel Falcao of Monaco. The 64-year-old also revealed midfielder Mikel Arteta and defender Kieran Gibbs are unlikely to be fit to face Leicester City in the Premier League on Sunday. Nigel Pearson’s newcomers are priced 15/4 by bet365 for the King Power Stadium upset and the draw is quoted 11/4. Arsenal are available to back at 5/6 in the match betting.

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Tennis – Serena brings down King in Queens

August 29th, 2014 / bet365

Serena Williams made light work of Vania King and the windy conditions in New York City to book her place in the US Open third round with an emphatic 6-1 6-0 victory in just 56 minutes. The defending champion and world number one dropped just one game in a lop-sided clash against her fellow American at Flushing Meadows in the borough of Queens. It means she will now take on another USA challenger – her third straight American opponent – in the Uzbekistan-born left-hander Varvara Lepchenko, who was a 6-4 6-0 winner against Mona Barthel. The 32-year-old Williams is chasing her 18th Grand Slam women’s title – and sixth in the Big Apple – and on this evidence will take some stopping, despite her disappointing runs in Grand Slams so far this year. She has not lost her serve since arriving in New York City and continued her streak of never having lost before the third round of the US Open. “I’ve been working really hard,” Williams said. “The results just hadn’t been coming in the Slams. I started to have some really good results this summer, and that’s given me a lot of confidence going into this last Grand Slam of the year.” Elsewhere, the eighth seed Ana Ivanovic lost 7-5 6-4 to Karolina Pliskova, while Wimbledon runner-up Eugenie Bouchard overcame Sorana Cirstea 6-2 6-7 (4-7) 6-4. Third seed Petra Kvitova beat fellow Czech Petra Cetkovska 6-4 6-2 and Victoria Azarenka, runner-up to Williams for the last two years, beat Christina McHale of the US 6-3 6-2. Serena Williams is currently priced 6/5 by bet365 in the 2014 US Open women’s tournament outright winner betting.

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Tennis – Murray won’t be caught cold by Kuznetsov

August 29th, 2014 / bet365

Andy Murray wasted little time in dispatching the unfancied Matthias Bachinger to book his place in the US Open third round – and immediately turned his thoughts to the unseeded Andrey Kuznetsov. The British number one appeared in distress when playing through cramp in an awkward first-round win against Robin Haase, but he had no such difficulty against big-serving German opponent Bachinger. The two-time Grand Slam winner and eighth seed won 6-3 6-3 6-4 in breezy conditions at Flushing Meadows and will now plot a route past the talented Kuznetsov of Russia, who surprised the 31st seed Fernando Verdasco to win 6-3 4-6 4-6 7-5 6-3. “He’s had a couple of big wins in the slams this year,” said the 2012 competition winner. “He beat [David] Ferrer at Wimbledon and [Fernando] Verdasco here. I’ve never played him and don’t know his game that well, but I’ve seen him play a little bit.” The Scot went on to reveal: “He hits the ball pretty flat, likes to go for his shots a lot. These courts are fairly quick, so that will probably suit him.” Murray is joined in the next round of the New York City showpiece by Serbia’s world number one Novak Djokovic, who also encountered few problems when beating Paul-Henri Mathieu of France 6-1 6-3 6-0. Andy Murray is currently priced 7/1 by bet365 in the 2014 US Open men’s tournament outright winner betting.

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Why Aston Villa should target Spurs outcast over Cleverley

August 29th, 2014 / ladbrokes

Lewis Holtby looks a better bet for the Villans than the Man Utd midfielder

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Take on the Tipster: Can the News team bounce back?

August 29th, 2014 / ladbrokes

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Cricket – Jordan urged to keep it straight

August 29th, 2014 / bet365

Fast bowler Chris Jordan has been warned that he needs to improve if he is to keep his place in the England side for the rest of the one-day series against India. Sussex seamer Jordan suffered a nightmare in the second ODI in Cardiff on Wednesday, conceding 73 runs from ten overs, including 12 wides, as England were beaten by 133 runs. Captain Alastair Cook warned after the heavy defeat: “Unfortunately it’s not always going to be a smooth ride for any of these young players and he’ll learn from it. “But he has got a great attitude to improving and he’ll know that you can’t keep bowling wides because it hurts the side. “He’ll know that more than anyone, he’s an honest lad and when he gets it right he’s a fantastic bowler.” England, who are 10/11 with bet365 to win the third ODI in Nottingham on Saturday, have Harry Gurney and Steven Finn as alternative options should they opt to leave Jordan out.

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Saints hope for Leeds fatigue

August 29th, 2014 / betfred

Super League Leaders’ Shield hopefuls St Helens will travel to Leeds ( Leeds 8/13, St Helens 13/10, Tie 20/1 – Match Betting 80 Mins ) on Friday hoping the home players are still feeling the effects of last weekend’s successful Challenge Cup final exertions against Castleford. The Saints ( EVS Regular Season Winner ) need to win two of their remaining games to secure their first silverware since 2008 and a win against the third-placed Rhinos at Headingley will go a long way to helping them achieve that goal. Coach Nathan Brown will be boosted by the return of Lance Hohaia , who has recovered from a foot injury and will be a replacement for Gary Wheeler, who suffered a groin injury against Wakefield. James Roby is fit having had to have stitches in a deep gash on his thigh against Wakefield, with Brown set to stick with a similar formula which saw them defeat Wakefield last time out. “We are not looking to change much,” Brown said. “It seemed to work the other day, although we know we are going up in class. “Let’s see how they go. I’ll be disappointed if we don’t improve on last time for a number of reasons. “One is that we have had two weeks of practice, the other is Lance comes back and he is a key player in a key position and that should help us.”

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Tennis – Wawrinka ready to mount challenge

August 28th, 2014 / bet365

Third seed Stan Wawrinka is confident his game is improving all the time, having reached the third round of the US Open at Flushing Meadows, where he hopes to mount a title challenge. Australian Open champion Wawrinka, 12/1 with bet365 to win the US Open, came close to being taken to five sets by Brazilian Thomaz Bellucci, before hitting back from a break down in the fourth set to secure a 6-3 6-4 3-6 7-6 win. Despite this, the Swiss was quite content with his performance, telling reporters: “In general, I think it’s been a great match. My level is there, I’m playing better. “The serve was really good, my focus also. I know what I did wrong, but I’m not worried at all. I know the more matches I win, the better I will play.” Wawrinka, who made the semi-finals at Flushing Meadows 12 months ago, faces Slovenian Blaz Kavcic in round three, having won the only previous meeting between the two men on clay in Casablanca.

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Soccer – Sanchez expected to step up

August 28th, 2014 / bet365

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is to put his trust in summer signing Alexis Sanchez after learning that Olivier Giroud will be sidelined until the end of the year. Sanchez, who joined the Gunners from Barcelona, opened his goalscoring account for his new club with the crucial winner against Besiktas which secured a Champions League group stage spot on Wednesday evening. And, with Giroud likely to be out of action until the turn of the year due to a broken leg, Chile frontman Sanchez, 25/1 with bet365 to be leading goalscorer in the Premier League this season, will be expected to shoulder the burden. Wenger said after a nervy win over Besiktas: “Alexis had a good game. He was mobile, dangerous and showed great fighting spirit. “These are qualities that will be important in the Premier League.” Sanchez netted 39 goals in 88 La Liga appearances for Barca before heading to England, having previously made his name in Italy with Udinese.

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