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Suisse Open 2014 Betting: Handy draw points to Garcia-Lopez in Gstaad

July 21st, 2014 / betfair

The ATP Tour heads to Switzerland this week for the Suisse Open in Gstaad and tennis expert Sean Calvert assesses the field ahead of this ATP 250 event on clay…

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McIlroy remaining focused

July 21st, 2014 / betfred

Rory McIlroy ( 1/10 – Tournament Outright ) insists he is feeling comfortable as he heads into the final round of the Open Championship at Royal Liverpool with a six shot advantage. The 25-year-old is well on course for a third major title of his career after rounds of 66, 66 and 68 have put the two-time Ryder Cup winner on 16-under-par. Eagles at the 16th and 18th on Saturday helped the Northern Irishman to the biggest 54-hole advantage at the Open since Tiger Woods led by six at St Andrews in 2000. McIlroy is not taking anything for granted though having experienced the woes of losing a big lead in a major competition before. He blew a four-shot lead in the last 18 holes of the Masters back in 2011 where he eventually carded a round of 80 to lose what seemed like a firm grip on the trophy. McIlroy has since gone on to claim two major tournaments in the shape of the PGA Championship and the US Open, and the overnight leader insists that he just needs to remain focused. “I’ve been on the right side of it and I’ve been on the wrong side of it,” he said. “You’ve just got to stay completely in the moment and that’s what I’m going to do for all 18 holes.” American Rickie Fowler is the closest challenger on ten-under-par, and he is priced at 16/1 to win the tournament . Compatriot Dustin Johnson is a shot further back on -9 alongside Spaniard Sergio Garcia, with Frenchman Victor Dubuisson on -8 as the trio aim to claim what would be a sensational victory.

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Timeform’s Race of The Day: Monday, Ayr 16:55

July 20th, 2014 / betfair

There’s an interesting one-mile handicap at Ayr on Monday, and Betfair and Timeform have teamed up to bring you a Premium Race Card…

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Against All Odds: Sao Paulo is the home of goals

July 19th, 2014 / betfair

It’s more Brazilian action for Paul Robinson tonight and his focus turns to Sao Paulo as he’s predicting at least three goals in their clash with Chapecoense.

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Timeform Radio Tips: Saturday July 19

July 19th, 2014 / betfair

David Cleary offers a bet in two of Saturday’s feature races: the Summer Plate and the Irish Oaks…

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Market Movers: Saturday July 19

July 19th, 2014 / betfair

All the early betting moves ahead of today’s racing at Newbury, the Curragh, Market Rasen, Newmarket, Ripon and Cartmel

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Soccer – Free agent Rio ready for new challenge

July 19th, 2014 / bet365

Rio Ferdinand said he had no hesitation turning down “loads of more lucrative offers” to sign for newcomers QPR and stay in the Premier League.

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Soccer – Germany captain Lahm calls time on internationals

July 19th, 2014 / bet365

Germany’s World Cup-winning captain suggested the time was right for him to bow out from international football after helping his country win the World Cup in Brazil. The 30-year-old announced on Friday he had called time on his international career but hinted he had been considering his decision as far back as last season. “I am happy and grateful that the end of my career with the national team coincides with winning the World Cup in Brazil,” Lahm said in an open letter on the DFB website. The Bayern Munich defender made 113 appearances for Die Mannschaft and lifted the World Cup on Sunday after club colleague Mario Gotze’s extra-time goal at the Maracana secured a 1-0 win against Argentina in Rio de Janeiro. The decision means Lahm – who in June signed a new deal that will see him stay with the Bundesliga champions until 2018 – can now focus on the rest of his career at the Allianz Arena. DFB president Wolfgang Niersbach said: “Philipp called me this morning and personally informed me of this step. I very quickly realised that it was pointless trying to persuade him to reconsider his decision. “He was not just a superb player for 10 years in the national team, but also a complete role model. I thanked him for everything that he’s done for the DFB.” Joachim Low’s Germany are currently priced 3/1 by bet365 to win Euro 2016 and Spain are quoted 5/1.

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Flintoff rules out 50-over format

July 19th, 2014 / betfred

Andrew Flintoff is intent on not ‘pushing his luck’ and admits that he cannot see himself turning out for Lancashire in the 50-over Royal London One Day Cup (Lancs 12/1 Tournament Outright ) despite a successful return to the sport in the T20 blast. Flintoff has impressed with the ball on his comeback, having taken five wickets in two T20 games, but is staying grounded on his immediate future in cricket. The 36-year-old stunned many by re-signing with his home county in May, and finally made his first competitive appearance in nearly five years on July 6, taking 2-36 in a 50-run win at Worcestershire. Despite disappointing with the bat five days later against Leicestershire, scoring just one, he again performed well with the ball and took 3-26 to help seal the Red Rose’s progress through to the T20 Blast quarter-finals. The One-Day Cup begins is a new 50-over competition – kept in line with international cricket – which gets underway next Saturday and replaces the old 40-over tournament that ran until last season. Flintoff though remains reluctant to put his body through too much, having had a host of injury problems throughout his professional career, while admitting that his media work means he cannot afford the time. “I’m playing in this form of the game when I never expected to and I don’t want to push my luck,” he told BBC Radio Lancashire. “It would be good to play in, but I’m getting through four overs of bowling and I’m enjoying the T20 stuff. “I’ve also got other commitments as well within the media and I want to push that side of my career because it’s something I enjoy doing, so not at this stage.” Lancashire face a Roses clash in their first match of the Royal London One-Day Cup when they host Yorkshire at Old Trafford. Last season’s champions of the 40-over format were Nottinghamshire  ( 7/1 second favs Outright ) and they face Sussex at Horsham in their opening match.

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The Punter’s Open Championship In-Play Blog: Rory breaks day two hoodoo but can he beat the weather?

July 19th, 2014 / betfair

Sandbags are being put into place and the hatches are being battened down. Poor weather is on its way to Hoylake and for the first time in the event’s illustrious history the third round will be played out in three-balls with split tee times…

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