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Against All Odds: Bet on goals in Buenos Aires

August 28th, 2014 / betfair

Bragantino SP did the business for Paul Robinson last night and he’s in Argentina today to try and follow up with another winner.

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Breaking Bets: Fazio in – Spurs to keep clean sheet against Reds

August 28th, 2014 / ladbrokes

Celtic priced at 100/1 to win Europa League after exiting Champions League for second time

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Soccer – Cup upset no surprise to Van Gaal

August 28th, 2014 / bet365

Manchester United, who are 10/11 with bet365 to finish in the top four, boss Louis van Gaal says Tuesday’s 4-0 defeat to League One side MK Dons in the Capital One Cup second round came as no surprise to him. Van Gaal’s men were embarrassed by their lower league opponents just hours after United had confirmed the record signing of Angel Di Maria for £59.7million from Real Madrid. The Dutch coach says his side gave the game away to the Dons and has urged United supporters to remain patient as he tries to rebuild his squad. “I am not shocked,” Van Gaal told Sky Sports. “We made errors in building up situations in the first phase, and when you make errors like that you give the match away. “We are building up a team and you cannot make (it) in one month, not in one year.”

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Soccer – Crystal Palace reappoint Warnock

August 28th, 2014 / bet365

Neil Warnock has been confirmed as the new Crystal Palace manager on a two-year deal, succeeding Tony Pulis as boss of the Eagles, who are 5/4 with bet365 to be relegated from the Premier League. The London club have been on the lookout for a new manager since Pulis left on the eve of the new season and have turned to Warnock, who has been out of work since leaving Leeds United last April. It will be the second time the 65-year-old has taken charge of Crystal Palace having had a largely successful three-year spell at the club between 2007 and 2010. Warnock’s first game in charge will be against Newcastle this Saturday, with the Eagles looking to recover from back-to-back defeats at the start of the new season.

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Premier League Stats Review: Arsenal’s all-round quality to outfox Leicester

August 27th, 2014 / betfair

Andrew Atherley runs through the form lines that point to victory for the Gunners at Leicester in Sunday’s 4pm kickoff…

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Mallinder happy with Saints’ squad

August 27th, 2014 / betfred

Jim Mallinder says he isn’t worried about Northampton’s ( 5/2 – Grand Final winners ) lack of transfer activity this summer as the quality of his squad means they can continue to challenge at both home and abroad. The Saints enjoyed a magnificent 2013-14 campaign, winning their first ever domestic league title by beating Saracens in the Aviva Premiership Grand final , as well as lifting the European Challenge Cup, courtesy of a victory over Bath. Despite their success, the constraints of the salary cap mean they have been unable to significantly strengthen, with half-back Joel Hodgson the only man to arrive at Franklin’s Gardens, joining from Newcastle. In contrast, opening-weekend opponents Gloucester have been extremely busy both on and off the field, assembling a squad of internationals that they hope will be able to lead them back to the top four for the first time since the 2010-11 season ( Match Betting – Northampton 1/5, draw 25/1, Gloucester 7/2). With so much competition in the Aviva Premiership, Mallinder admits he would have liked to have found himself in a position to bring in new faces but feels the strength of the club’s academy means his side has the potential to be even stronger than last term. “Every year you’d love to add another two or three world-class internationals, but unfortunately because of the salary cap you can’t do that,” he said. “We’re very happy with the squad we have. We have several senior players blended with youth. We’re now seeing the fruits of our academy. “Without a doubt it will be tight again and it becomes difficult in the autumn when you lose your internationals. The teams are improving all the time, so it’s a brilliant competition. You can never go into a game half cocked, half baked.”

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Soccer – Everton snap up Eto’o

August 27th, 2014 / bet365

Everton have unveiled new signing Samuel Eto’o after the striker joined the club on a two-year deal following his release by Chelsea, who are 5/4 with bet365 to win the Premier League. The former Barcelona and Inter Milan forward had been linked with a number of sides this summer but eventually opted for the Toffees having been impressed by manager Roberto Martinez. The Cameroon international is now eagerly anticipating his debut for Everton, which could come against his old side Chelsea on Saturday. “I am very happy to be here, I am looking forward greatly to putting on the blue shirt of Everton,” Eto’o said. “I have been very impressed by the style of play Everton adopt. I could see straight away that at this club I will have the opportunity to play football.”

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Tennis – Cramp problems bother Murray

August 27th, 2014 / bet365

Andy Murray, who is 6/1 with bet365 to win the US Open, is eager to find an answer to the cramp problems he experienced in his first round win over Robin Haase. Murray needed four sets to defeat the Dutchman, but came close to being pushed all the way, before recovering from 5-3 down in the fourth set to clinch victory. Having struggled with cramp in both an arm and a leg, Murray will go back and review his conditioning, telling reporters: “I started cramping at the beginning of the third set, at the front of my quad and then in my forearm. “It was not particularly comfortable. I just tried to hang around as long as possible and managed to get through. “I need to work out why that happened because it shouldn’t happen after an hour and 45 minutes, even though it was hot. “I was in a good position at 2-0 up (in sets), but I didn’t know whether to go for it at the beginning of the third set or conserve energy and go for it in the fourth.”

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Evening Market Movers: Tuesday August 26

August 27th, 2014 / betfair

All the market moves ahead of this afternoon’s racing at Sedgefield, Wolverhamption and Ballinrobe…

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Root – England in good place

August 27th, 2014 / betfred

England batsman Joe Root says England’s momentum has not been affected by the first one-day international against India being washed out on Monday ( England 11/10 – ODI Series Winners ). England were hoping to continue where they had left off in the Test series in the scheduled first ODI in Bristol, but heavy rain all day meant the match was abandoned without a ball being bowled. Alastair Cook’s team bounced back from losing the first Test against India this summer to come out on top 3-1 overall and there would have been frustration in the dressing room that the weather had scuppered the first of the summer’s 50-over clashes against the same opponents. However, attention now turns to the second game of the five-match series in Cardiff on Wednesday and Root says the feeling in the squad is positive. When asked if the washout at Bristol had halted the momentum England had built up recently, he said: “No not really. We’ve have a few extra days to work on things and (the Test success) is still in the back of our minds, we are in a good place.” Root says being ready for the World Cup next year remains the long-term target for the one-day side but they must first concentrate on seeing off India ( 11/4 – ODI Series Winners ) over the next fortnight. He added: “India are a very good one-day side and we’ll have to play very well to beat them. We cannot look to far ahead to the World Cup but if we get a few good wins under our belt we’ll be a very difficult side to beat.”

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