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Mansell – Team orders could decide title

September 13th, 2014 / betfred

Former world champion Nigel Mansell believes Nico Rosberg (10/11 joint favourite Drivers’ Championship outright ) and Lewis Hamilton already have the Drivers’ Championship “in the bag” and that the title will be won by who Mercedes favour. The Silver Arrows have been the dominant force so far in 2014, with Rosberg currently leading his colleague by 22 points in the standings with just six races remaining. Although Red Bull appear to be closing the gap following wins for Daniel Ricciardo in Canada, Hungary and Belgium, Mercedes reasserted their authority as Hamilton (10/11 joint favourite Drivers’ Championship outright ) led his team-mate home last weekend in Italy. With 175 points left to play for due to the double rewards being handed out on the final weekend in Abu Dhabi, time appears to be running out for their rivals to make up the difference. Mansell himself had a much publicised battle with team-mate Alan Prost during his spell with Ferrari and knows the problems that can occur within the paddock when two colleagues clash. The 1992 world champion believes that despite the form of some of their rivals, the title is Mercedes’ to lose and although he hopes the drivers will be able to fight it out, he admits team orders could decide the outcome of the title race. “Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton have got [the title] in the bag between them,” Mansell told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast on TalkSPORT. “I think [who wins] is totally in the hands of the powers that be at Mercedes. Whoever is favoured by them is the person who will win the Championship. “I hope they let them fight it out at the end of the year but I’m sure if there are any other repercussions [from their rivalry] they will enforce team orders in the next few races.”

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Soccer – Pochettino demands that lessons are learned

September 12th, 2014 / bet365

Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino is keen for his players to learn from the mistakes they made in the recent home defeat to Liverpool when they take on Sunderland. Spurs had opened their Premier League campaign well, winning 1-0 at West Ham United and thrashing QPR 4-0 but were brought crashing back down to earth when Brendan Rodgers’ side eased to a 3-0 win at White Hart Lane. Pochettino accepts that his team deserved to be beaten by Liverpool, but said: “We need to learn and we need to improve. “We need to build a strong team, a confident team and a solid team. When you analyse the Liverpool game there are a lot of situations we can improve on.” Former Southampton boss Pochettino is set to use recent signings Federico Fazio and Benjamin Stambouli at the Stadium of Light but Roberto Soldado (neck) and Kyle Walker (hip) miss out. Spurs, 16/5 with bet365 to finish in the top four this season, are available at 7/1 to beat Sunderland 1-0.

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Soccer – Pearson praises ‘positive’ Cambiasso

September 12th, 2014 / bet365

Leicester City manager Nigel Pearson is pleased with the way the veteran Argentina international Esteban Cambiasso has settled in at the club and could hand the 34-year-old his Foxes debut this weekend. The former Inter Milan stalwart moved to the King Power Stadium last month but has not featured in City’s first three Premier League matches of the campaign. However, Cambiasso did play in a specially-arranged friendly at MK Dons last week, and Pearson said: “He’s had nothing but a positive effect on the squad. We’re very pleased with how he’s settled in. He will be a part of the squad, but I will not show my hand.” Leicester, 14/1 with bet365 to beat Stoke City 2-1 on Saturday, have made a promising start to the campaign, drawing with Everton and Arsenal and playing well in the defeat at Chelsea, and are currently 3/1 to be relegated this season.

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Soccer – Welbeck relishes central role

September 12th, 2014 / bet365

New signing Danny Welbeck is eager to make his mark as a central striker with Arsenal, who are 8/15 with bet365 to finish in the Premier League top four this season. £16million former Manchester United man Welbeck showed his qualities with both goals in England’s Euro 2016 qualifying win in Switzerland earlier this week, and Welbeck is determined to carry on the good work. He told reporters: “It is well known I prefer to play through the middle, so when I get my opportunity I just want to show what I can do. “Once I get into the box and get the opportunities I have got faith in my ability. “Before I wasn’t getting into the box because I wasn’t playing too much as a striker and I had to worry about my defensive work.” Welbeck is poised to make his debut for the Gunners on Saturday when they visit the reigning Premier League champions, Manchester City.

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Trading on Betfair: Scottish Independence market movement likely

September 12th, 2014 / betfair

Sometimes trading opportunities can pop out of the most unexpected places. Peter Webb explains…

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Courtois’ Chelsea coronation brings Cech’s January exit closer

September 12th, 2014 / ladbrokes

We select three of the best destinations for the usurped Blues stopper

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Langer staying positive

September 12th, 2014 / betfred

Perth Scorcher s coach Justin Langer insists he has no problems with his side being underdogs and is targeting glory at the Twenty20 Champions League ( Scorchers 14/1 Outright Winners ). The Aussie outfit qualified for the sub-continental event by winning the Big Bash League Down Under and have been placed in Group A along with South Africa’s Dolphins and Indian duo Kolkata Knight Riders and Chennai Super Kings . They will be joined by one of the qualifiers from the preliminary four-team event, with the top two from the group stage then advancing to the semi-finals. Chennai ( 3/1 ) are favourites to win the whole event, with Knight Riders ( 4/1 ) next in the market as they look to take advantage of home conditions. Perth failed to win a match at last year’s event and are not fancied to pull up any trees this year in unfamiliar conditions, but Langer remains bullish about his side’s chances of landing the spoils. “Our goal is to go there and win the Champions League,” he said. “It’s the Australian way to look to win every game of cricket we play.” While the Western Australia side does not look the strongest on paper, they can boast the likes of Mitch Marsh, Adam Voges, Nathan Coulter-Nile and veteran Brad Hogg. And Langer hopes that his charges can replicate the success of their eastern state counterparts and punch above their weight this time around. “The NSW team won it a few years ago, and that’s a good trend to follow,” he added. “We’re massive underdogs, and that’s not a bad thing to be for an Aussie.”

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Chelsea v Swansea: Costa to net as Blues win to nil

September 12th, 2014 / ladbrokes

Someone’s ‘0’ has to go as the early season heavyweights clash at Stamford Bridge on Saturday

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Hansen wary of Springbok threat

September 12th, 2014 / betfred

New Zealand coach Steve Hansen has urged his men to dig deep when they face a South Africa side hungry for victory in Saturday’s Rugby Championship clash ( New Zealand 1/4, S Africa 3/1 Match Prices ). The two southern hemisphere giants are set to go head-to-head in Wellington in week four of the four-team event, with top spot in the standings on the line. The All Blacks currently top the table, with 12 points from three games played, while the Springboks are three points behind in second. Victory for the visitors would see them take top spot as long as New Zealand failed to take any bonus points, while a win for Hansen’s men would put daylight between themselves and the rest of the chasing teams ( New Zealand 1/7 Tournament Outright ). The South Africans won their first two matches with Argentina but lost out by one point to Australia in week three. And Hansen feels that Heyneke Meyer’s men will be out to put things right on Saturday and wants his men to respond accordingly. “This week we have to find a desperation and hunger in our performance because we know that that is something the South Africans will be bringing after their loss to Australia,” he said. “As well they have already stated they have a desire to get a win against us.” Fly-half Aaron Cruden is back in the All Blacks’ starting XV after recovering from a chest injury, with Beauden Barrett dropping down to the bench.

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Formula 1 – Button believes in Hamilton

September 12th, 2014 / bet365

Jenson Button says former McLaren team-mate Lewis Hamilton is showing the sort of confidence needed to win a second Formula 1 world championship. Hamilton currently trails Mercedes colleague Nico Rosberg by 22 points in the race for the drivers’ title, with Button detecting that his fellow Englishman is feeling good about himself at the moment, despite a number of problems this season. He told reporters: “For me, watching him on TV and speaking to him he seems very comfortable in himself, which is not the Lewis I knew when we were team-mates. “I don’t know if it’s just a front, or if it is that he feels confident inside that he can still come back after these problems and fight for the world championship – I really think he can.” Hamilton is 4/5 with bet365 to be crowned world champion, with Rosberg evens, with the next race of the F1 calendar the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday 21st September.

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