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Soccer – Terry: Pressure on our rivals

April 15th, 2014 / bet365

Chelsea captain John Terry believes that the Premier League title pressure remains firmly on leaders Liverpool and Manchester City. The Blues are two points behind the Reds after both sides won on Sunday, with City having slipped seven points off the pace after going down 3-2 to Liverpool at Anfield, although they do have two games in hand. And Terry, whose side are 9/2 with bet365 to win the league title, is keen to keep up the pressure on Chelsea’s rivals ahead of the final run-in. The former England captain said: “The pressure is still on the teams above and below us. It’s out of our hands at the moment. “We still need City to draw or lose a game and we still have to go to Anfield, so it’s a massive end to the season for everyone.” The Blues and Terry have been in sterling form in recent games, keeping three clean sheets in their last three games in all competitions.

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Soccer – Liverpool told to remain fearless

April 15th, 2014 / bet365

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has called on his players to remain fearless for the crucial final four games of the Premier League title run-in. The Reds are two points clear of Chelsea after a huge 3-2 victory over Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday and will be crowned champions for the first time since 1990 if they win their remaining games. However, with the Blues still to visit Merseyside, there is plenty of work still to do and Rodgers, whose side are 4/5 with bet365 to be crowned champions, expects a positive approach to stay in place. “We don’t need to change, we play with no fear,” he said. “We see that, no matter who we play, if it’s a big opponent like Manchester City or Norwich next week. “We’ll play with no fear. We demand to dominate the ball and work very hard. “With four games to go, there are still a lot of points to play for and Manchester City have got a couple of games in hand as well. We’ve just got to concentrate on ourselves and keep doing the job.”

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IPL Betting: Exclusive Opta stats

April 15th, 2014 / betfair

The Indian Premier League extravaganza is nearly upon us so we asked our friends at Opta to delve into their extensive IPL database for some key stats that will help guide your punting decisions…

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Newcastle boss facing Saturday Swan song at St James’ Park

April 15th, 2014 / ladbrokes

Pardew could depart if Magpies suffer a fifth straight Premier League defeat at home to Swansea

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Follow The Money: Back Myles to be Majestic this at Pontefract this afternoon

April 14th, 2014 / betfair

Today’s Follow The Money comes from the meetings at Hexham, Pontefract and Windsor…

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Nothing won yet for Liverpool skipper Gerrard despite favouritism

April 14th, 2014 / ladbrokes

Liverpool’s captain has shot to the head of the betting to be SPOTY winner

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Ferrari chief promises improvement

April 14th, 2014 / betfred

Ferrari ( 25/1 – Constructors’ Championship outright ) president Luca di Montezemolo says Ferrari will be exploring every possible avenue in a bid to make their car competitive. The Scuderia have struggled to match the Mercedes-powered cars so far in 2014, with Fernando Alonso ‘s ( 33/1 – Chinese Grand Prix outright ) fourth place finishes in Australia and Malaysia the best they’ve had to show for their efforts, while Kimi Raikkonen hasn’t managed better than seventh in the three races so far this term. It was all supposed to be so much different for the Maranello outfit, as with them being just one of two teams to have developed their own 1.6L V6 engine, they were expected to make an extremely strong start to the season. Their plight has led to suggestions that Di Montezemolo could look to take drastic action by revamping the whole set-up, with team principal Stefano Domenicali ‘s position being called into question. Next up on the Formula One calendar is the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai on April 20, a race Alonso won in 2013, but with Mercedes ( 1/10 – Constructors’ Champions outright ) being so dominant so far in 2014, it looks like it could be an uphill battle for the 16-time Constructor’s Championship winners. Di Montezemolo admits he has been concerned by his team’s sluggish form and says he will stop at nothing to transform their fortunes. “I already know what you want to ask,” he is quoted as telling journalists. “I would say to you that I will leave no stone unturned to get to where we need to be. “We’ll work day and night to improve, and we’ll take the decisions that we need to take.”

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“Survival season” points to big prices for West Brom and Fulham

April 14th, 2014 / ladbrokes

Don’t be surprised when WBA draw with Man City and Fulham beat Spurs

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Watson happy despite wobble

April 14th, 2014 / betfred

Joint leader Bubba Watson ( 5/2 to win the Masters – outright ) insists he is still in a positive mood despite recording a third round 74 in the Masters at Augusta. The American finished the day level with fellow countryman Jordan Spieth , with the youngster producing a fine round when it mattered. Watson had a three-shot lead going into the third round at Augusta, but some costly mistakes closed the gap at the top of the leaderboard. He struggled to produce on the greens but his accuracy on the fairways will be a boost when he tees off in Sunday’s round. Watson will also be looking over his shoulder with Matt Kuchar ( 7/2 to win – outright ) and Jonas Blixt just one shot behind. The 35-year-old insists the pressure is off due to his previous victory at Augusta National and he is confident of his chances going into Sunday’s final round. He said: “We want to win, so we feel pressure. “But knowing that I was losing going into the back nine when I won, and I know that I made four birdies that year in a row, you just want a chance on the back nine. “On Monday if somebody told me I would have shot two-over and still be tied for the lead, I would have taken it in a heartbeat. “There were a couple of shots I thought I hit pretty good, little bounces here and there. You’re going to struggle probably one day, so if this is my worst day I’m still tied for the lead, I have a great shot for tomorrow (Sunday).”

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Market Movers: Sunday, April 13

April 14th, 2014 / betfair

We bring you today’s market movers from all the meetings in England and Ireland…

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