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Soccer – Vardy stay a fillip for Foxes

June 24th, 2016 / bet365

Premier League champions Leicester City, 28/1 with bet365 to retain their title next season, have secured a huge boost with the news that striker Jamie Vardy has agreed a new four-year contract. The 29-year-old frontman, who formed a dynamic partnership with Riyad Mahrez, was pivotal to the Foxes’ shock title success last season and had been the subject of an offer from domestic rivals Arsenal. However, Vardy, who is currently featuring for England at Euro 2016 and who scored in the 2-1 win over Wales, has now opted to stay put and commit his long-term future to City. A short statement from the Foxes confirmed: “Leicester City have agreed with the representatives of Jamie Vardy to extend the England international’s contract with the Premier League champions for a further four years. “Both parties hope that this announcement will end recent speculation regarding Jamie’s future and confirm his long-term commitment to Leicester City.”

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Soccer – Russia victory delights Bale

June 23rd, 2016 / bet365

Wales forward Gareth Bale says his side’s 3-0 demolition of Russia was the best performance he has been involved in for his country. Bale, who is 14/1 with bet365 to be named UEFA Player of the Tournament, scored his third goal of the competition in Toulouse on Monday night, with Aaron Ramsey and Neil Taylor also getting on the scoresheet. Real Madrid star Bale admitted it was a game to remember as his side finished top of Group B. He said: “It’s incredible. It’s a dream for all of us. What an amazing way to do it. “We knew everything was on this game. It was in our own hands and we said to go out there, enjoy ourselves. “The performance was probably the best I’ve ever been involved in since I’ve been here. And what support.”

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Euro 2016: Key trends as Republic of Ireland aim to deliver full house

June 23rd, 2016 / betfair

A look at three reasons why Republic of Ireland will reach the knockout phase, and three reasons why it will all go wrong…

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Horse Racing – Weld to make late call

June 22nd, 2016 / bet365

Dermot Weld has warned it could be as late as Saturday before he fully commits to running Epsom hero Harzand in the Irish Derby at the Curragh. Harzand is down to bid for double Derby delight on Saturday evening at the Kildare track and, while Weld says he is now happy with the colt, he admits another week to prepare would have put his mind at ease. The Aga Khan-owned Harzand was ridden by Pat Smullen to success at Epsom earlier this month, surviving a scare when he lost a shoe on the day of the race to give legendary trainer Weld a first ever victory in the Derby. The plan has always been to turn out at the Curragh but Weld admitted Harzand took a little while to get over his Epsom exertions. Harzand is 13/8 with bet365 to win at the Curragh on Saturday and Weld expects to run but he says he will wait until Saturday to make a conclusive decision. “I think he’s putting his weight back on and perking up. He’s moving very nicely and provided we’re satisfied with him on Thursday at declaration time, he’ll run on Saturday. The ground should be all right,” he told At The Races. “My only worry is that he had a tough race and it took a lot out of him. It is definitely coming a week sooner than I’d like. The final decision will be made on the day of the race.”

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Cricket – Morgan wants more from England

June 22nd, 2016 / bet365

Skipper Eoin Morgan has told his England team that they must improve their performance level if they are to win the one-day series against Sri Lanka. A six from Liam Plunkett off the final ball of the game rescued a tie in the first match of five at Trent Bridge on Tuesday evening, but Morgan was far from satisfied with the overall display, especially England’s batting. He told BBC Sport: “We are very lucky to get out of this game with a tie and go to Edgbaston at 0-0. The general performance was poor – bat, ball, field, was really rusty. “I’m very proud of the individuals, but they mask our overall performance. It was almost so bad that we can’t look too hard at it. “We have to draw a line under it, go back to basics, focus on the things we do well and take that to Edgbaston for the second game on Friday.” The Three Lions are 1/3 with bet365 to win the second match of five in Birmingham on Friday, with Sri Lanka 12/5 to take a 1-0 series lead.

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Soccer – Spain veer from preferred path

June 22nd, 2016 / bet365

Spain head coach Vicente del Bosque accepts that his side have made their task of winning a third straight European Championship harder than it should have been. A 2-1 defeat to Croatia left the holders in second place in Group D at Euro 2016, meaning that they face a tough test against Italy in the last-16, while Spain are also now in the same side of the draw as Germany, hosts France and England. Meanwhile, Croatia have given themselves a much easier-looking task in the top half of the draw, where Del Bosque would have preferred his side to have been, although he was not too critical of his players following their loss in Bordeaux. He told reporters: “We will try and recover as well as possible from this setback and be in as good condition as possible on Monday. “We have time to analyse what the game against Italy means. We’re still in the competition, we are not on the path we wanted to be, but we have to rise to the situation.” Spain are now 11/2 with bet365 to win a third straight European title.

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Opta Stats: Iceland v Austria

June 22nd, 2016 / betfair

Iceland and Austria both go into their final group game with a chance of qualifying for the knockout stage. Opta rates their chances.

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Soccer – Cahill rues missed opportunities

June 22nd, 2016 / bet365

England defender Gary Cahill has admitted his side lacked a cutting edge in front of goal in their goalless stalemate with Slovakia on Monday. The Three Lions, who are 10/1 with bet365 to win Euro 2016, created numerous chances only to be denied by a combination of excellent defending and poor finishing. England progressed through to the last 16 after finishing second in Group B but Cahill knows his side should have seen off Slovakia in Saint-Etienne. He said: “We had the ball constantly. We just didn’t quite have that cutting edge to open them up. “It wasn’t to be. But we should have won the game. “In games like that, you need something a little bit special – someone to shoot from outside the box or create something, which we nearly did.”

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Timeform UK SmartPlays: Wednesday June 22

June 22nd, 2016 / betfair

Timeform pick out three bets from the UK racing on Wednesday…

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Rugby Union – Jones ready for final Test

June 21st, 2016 / bet365

England boss Eddie Jones has described his side’s final Test on Saturday against Australia as a “World Cup final”. The Red Rose, who are 4/5 with bet365 to win the final Test, have already wrapped up their first ever series win on Australian soil after two impressive wins in Brisbane and Melbourne. However, Jones now wants a clean sweep and has talked up the next clash with the Wallabies in Sydney. He said: “To win a World Cup, you have to win three big games in a row. “The quarter-final, semi-final and then the final. It’s a great dress rehearsal for us.” He added: “It’s good for world rugby that England are strong. New Zealand have been up there all the time and it’s about time someone put a real challenge on them and we are going to be the side that do that.”

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