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Coral offer Double Winnings on Mayweather v McGregor

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Well, all of the hype and trash talk is pretty much over with. It seems like the build up for this Mayweather v McGregor fight has been going on forever. But on Saturday night in Las Vegas, the two fighters will step into the ring and settle this feud once and for all. This bout will see rookie Conor McGregor try and handle the 49-0 boxing legend that is American Floyd Mayweather in this crossover fight with the Irishman switching disciplines from the UFC. To mark the occasion for what has been the most hyped boxing event ever, Coral will double your winnings as a free bet up to £50 if your fighter is knocked down and wins. To Qualify for this great promotion from Coral, just go and place a £10+ bet on the Fight Betting market on either McGregor or Mayweather. Then, if your fighter is knocked down and wins you will receive double your winnings from Coral as a free bet up to £50. This promotion applies to the first real money bet of £10+ placed on Fight Betting market from 6 am Monday 21/08/2017 until the fight gets underway on Saturday night. One free bet per customer per match and there is a maximum free bet is £50 per customer. Cashed out bets do not qualify for this offer. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in the Coral sportsbook, then on Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! This is through the fantastic Coral Bet & Get Club! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!
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Badminton World Championships Betting 2017 in Glasgow – Winner Odds & Predictions

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Glasgow plays hosts to the Badminton World Championships which being on August 21st and runs through to the 27th. The event is held at the Emirates Area and this is the first time since 1997 that Glasgow has hosted the World Championships. There are five tournaments being played across the course of the week and those are the men's and women's singles, plus men's doubles, women’s doubles and a mixed doubles tournament. So it feels like it has been a long time since the 2015 Badminton World Championships which were held in Jakarta, Indonesia. Combined, the British home nations failed to deliver a single medal. The last medal won by a British player at the Badminton World Championships was back in the 2011 edition in London when Chris Adcock and Imogen Bankier claimed silver in the mixed doubles. Back at the Rio Olympics in 2016, British pair Chris Langridge and Marcus Ellis collected a bronze medal, the first time that Team GB had earned one in Badminton since 2004 and because that was just the third medal for GB since Badminton was entered into the Olympics. But because of the lack of medals, funds were cut for the sport and only 12 England players remained on a reduced-rate. It’s been a bit of a mess and all 12 of those players were withdrawn from the World Mixed Team Championships back in May. That was the first time that England hadn’t sent a team to a major Badminton championships. So there is a bit of a feeling of doom and gloom from the British based perspective here but Langridge and Ellis at least bring a bit of hope to proceedings, but they are a big 22/1 price at Coral to go and win the Men's Doubles. The World Championships doesn’t award any prize money, it is for prestige and honour only and it does offer big ranking points along with the Summer Olympic Games. This will be the 23rd edition of the Badminton World Championships which started life back in Malmo, Sweden in 1977.

Badminton World Championships 2017 Promotion

Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in the Coral sportsbook, then on Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! This is through the fantastic Coral Bet & Get Club! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!

Badminton World Championships History

China are head and shoulders, the most successful nation in this history of the Badminton World Championships. Heading into the 2017 edition, they have taken 61 medals through the history of the Championships (all tournaments) with Indonesia the second most successful with a total of 21. Denmark and South Korea have each won ten medals at the end, while England have three. The only other nations to have won at least one medal at the Badminton World Championships are Spain, Japan, Thailand and the United States. Just going back to China, they have won at least two medals in all but two of the last twenty editions of the Badminton World Championships. Men’s Singles Of the twenty-two editions that have been contested, fourteen of the Gold Medals in the Men’s Singles have gone to China. Only Indonesia and Denmark have managed to produce gold other than China. The top seed in this year’s edition is South Korea’s Son Wah-ho but he is only a 15/1 shot at Bet365 to land the gold here. Second seed Lee Chong Wei is right up there for Malaysia at a price of 10/3 after his silver medal in 2015, while Dan Lin will be the leading force for China in this one at a price of 4/1. Chen Long is the outright favourite at a price of 11/4 to go and defend his medal for China. Women’s Singles If you think China have been dominant in the Men’s singles then hold onto your hat. There has been a China gold medalist in all but seven of the previous editions of the Badminton World Championships. That having been said, they have failed to pick one up in any of the last three editions, with Spain taking two and Thailand bagging themselves one. Spain's Carolina Marin has won the last two editions of the Women’s Singles at the Badminton World Championships and she is the one to beat. Akane Yamaguchi is her severest challenger and the Japanese player is the top seed for this one, with South Korea's Sung Ji-Hyun, the world number two, at 10/1. Will it be a hat-trick for Marin? Scotland's Kirst Gilmour, who lost to Marin in the final of the European badminton Championship this year and in the final of the Canadian Open to Saena Kawakami is a 40/1 shot to win the tournament. Men's Doubles Indonesia are the most successful nation in the Men’s Doubles, with nine gold medals. They triumphed at the last edition as well with Mohammad Ahsan and Hendra Setiawan collecting gold over Chinese due Liu Xiaolong and Qiu Zihan. Trading well at 5/1 with Coral are Marcus F Gideon and Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo for Indonesia while China’s Liu Cheng/Zhang Nan are around the 8/1 mark. Women's Doubles China won the Women’s Doubles at the last edition through Tian Qing/Zhao Yunlei who beat out Danish pair Christinna Pedersen/Kamilla Rytter Juhl. The Danes are 7/2 to one better this year while heading up the market as 7/4 favourites are Japan’s Misaki Matsutomo/Ayaka Takahashi while China Qingchen Chen/Yifan Jia are there as a 3/1 poke. Mixed Doubles Top seeds heading into the mixed doubles are Zheng Siwei/Chen Qingchen who are also 11/4 favourites to sweep the gold up. Denmark’s Joachim Fischer Nielsen/Christinna Pedersen are 7/2 second favourites. There is English interested here with Chris Adcock/Gabrielle Adcock at 16/1 to go and take the gold medal in what is probably the most competitively wide open tournament of the entire Badminton World Championships 2017.
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Coral offer Tottenham v Chelsea double winnings!

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Nothing quite like a good old London derby and that is what is coming our way on Sunday. The headlining act for the Premier League weekend is the showdown at Wembley between the Lilywhites, who are using the famous stadium as their home temporary, and reigning Premier League champions Chelsea. Tottenham are the ones with the form in the head to head having gone unbeaten in their last four on home soil against the Blues and took a 2-0 home win over them in last season’s campaign. But the Blues did beat Spurs twice last season and one of those wins were in the FA Cup semi final at Wembley. So that could be a factor for the Blues, but in this one, Antonio Conte’s men have been hit hard with injuries and suspensions and won’t likely be anywhere near at full strength. But will that mean they just come out, fight for their worth and cause a huge shock in this one? Get double winnings on Tottenham v Chelsea at Coral! To qualify for Double Winnings as a free bet up to £50, simply Bet £5+ on either team to win in Sunday's Tottenham v Chelsea match betting market before kick-off. If your team wins both halves (wins first half & wins the second half), the Coral will double your winnings as a free bet up to £50. The offer applies to the first real money bet of £5+ placed on 90 minute match winner market. One free bet per customer per match. Offer valid to bets struck from 6am UK Friday 18/08/2017 until kick-off and does not apply to in-play bets. The maximum free bet is £50 per customer. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in the Coral sportsbook, then on Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! This is through the fantastic Coral Bet & Get Club! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!
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Coral offer Premier League £10 free bets this weekend

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The opening weekend of the new Premier League season sees five live matches being broadcast so there is plenty of action for punters to get their teeth into with live betting. It is a big weekend as the action in the English top flight runs and bookmaker Coral have fired up a huge promotion to celebrate this weekend. You can collect a free in-play bet for each of the live games this season. The weekend kicks off with Arsenal v Leicester while Saturday will see Watford v Liverpool and Brighton v Man City as the live games from the Premier League. Then there are two more games to come on Sunday as Newcastle host Spurs and then Manchester United welcome West Ham to Old Trafford. To qualify for a £10 free bet, simply place an in-play single of at least £10 on any market in one of the listed matches. Then if your qualifying bet fails to win, then Coral will refund you with a fantastic £10 free in-play football bet. The offer counts to only first real money in-play single bet of £10+ placed on one of the selected matches from kick-off until the final whistle. If your qualifying bet is settled as a loser, you will be automatically credited with a £10 free bet token. Free bet token valid for 48 hours to use on any in-play football market. There are no minimum odds for the qualifying or free bet, simply place an in-play win single of £10 or greater on selected match to qualify. Online betting site Coral offers a 10% win bonus on successful football accas. Place an accumulator of at least £2 on selected football markets including 90 minute betting and get your winnings boosted by 10%, paid as a free bet up to £100! This offer is for a straight line accumulator of 4+ selections on the following pre-match markets: Match Result, Both Teams To Score and To Win & Both Teams To Score. There are minimum odds of 1/10 per selection with cumulative odds of at least 6/4. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!
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Athletics World Championships Betting 2017 in London – Winner Odds & Predictions

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It is a busy time in London with the World Athletics Championships and amid all of the talk about doping and records being wiped, it is good to actually get into the athletics action. The event runs through to August 13th and the British have sent out a lot of familiar names like Katarina Johnson-Thompson, Laura Muir and Mo Farah while hurdler Eilidh Doyle captains the Great Britain and Northern Ireland team. Farah is going for another distance double and the real headline of the entire show is Usain Bolt. This is, more likely than not, going to be Bolt’s final competitive action and it already has been all eyes on him in the 100m where he was upset in the final. The other big headline really of the World Athletic Championships is the return of American Justin Gatlin who has probably been attacked more for doping than any other athlete has. After serving two bans in his career he pulled out a shock win in the 100m Final to end the phenomenal reign of Bolt. There were some disappointments for the Brits over the first weekend with Katarina Johnson-Thompson failing to land a medal in the Heptathlon, while Callum Hawkins landed a bittersweet fourth in the marathon and Holly Bradshaw could only manage a sixth in the Pole Vault. But there are plenty of more chances for the Brits to get some medals on the board throughout the rest of the Championships. Overall there are a total of 48 Gold Medals on offer across the ten days of action as the host nation tries to call on the spirit of two years ago when Great Britain and Northern Ireland finished second in the table to the USA. But the big stars from two years ago like Jessica Ennis-Hill and Greg Rutherford have retired, leaving plenty of room for some new home grown stars to raise the roof. Great Britain and Northern Ireland have been set a target of between six and eight medals. At the close of the first weekend, they had just the one on the board, the 10,000m gold that Mo Farah won on the opening day. How many will they be able to add to that? Men’s 5,000m Mo Farah had a tough time in winning the 10,000m after nearly falling a few times in the race. That was a real battle and grind for Farah, who has said that he will be ready to go out and defend his 5,000m title as well. He is trading as 4/11 odds on favourite at Coral to get the shorter distance gold under his belt. The Final of the 5,000m is held on Saturday evening. If he could win this one, which will be the final track race of his career, he will have taken four consecutive 5,000m titles at the World Championships. Stunning. Sports Personality of the Year Award coming up? Women’s 1000m Hurdles Twelve months ago at the Anniversary Games, the USA’s Kendra Harrison set a new world record and she goes as 2/7 odds on favourite to rattle off what is likely going to be an easy win for her. There is British interest in this one with Tiffany Porter who won bronze at the 2013 games. The Final is on Saturday. Women’s and Men's’ 4x100m Finals These are always spectacles which always go off on the final weekend of any games. This one will have a special feel about it because in the Men’s it will be Usain Bolt’s last competitive race ever. Will he get a golden send-off and make up for his shock defeat in the 100m? The Jamaicans will be strong along with the USA and the Brits. In the Women’s Britain won bronze at the Olympics last year. Getting the same result here would be a big win for them. Women’s 1500m A good even for the home nation here because Britain have taken silver twice in the Women’s 1500. Hannah England was the most recent one to do so in 2011 with Lisa Dobriskey doing it a couple of years before that. But will Laura Muir be able to become the first ever British women’s 1500m champion? The Scot is in with a pretty good chance of a medal if she is on her game. However she is still an 8/1 shot at Coral to win this thing because of the threats of Sifan Hassan at 13/8, Faith Kipyegon at 5/2 and Caster Semenya at 2/1. Competitive field, can the Brit breakthrough? Laura Weightman also goes for Britain. If anything for Muir she set the fastest time over this distance in 2016. Women’s 5000m Scotland’s LAura Muir will be battling it out in the 5,000m as well as the 1500m. It is hard to say where she will really get an advantage on the board. This is a tough battle as well for her to come through because there is such a strong field here. Almaz Ayana is 2/7 outright favourite, with Hellen Obiri at 3/1, Genzebe Dibaba 20/1, Senbere Teferi 22/1 and then Muir comes in at 25/1. Frankly, she will have done fantastically if she collects a medal of any form in both. Men's 100m Hurdles There has pretty much been just the one man when it comes to the 110m hurdles this season and that is Omar McLeod who picked up gold at Rio last year. The Jamaican has posted five of the top seven times in the event in the world and he isn’t likely to be picked off. There are threats from the likes of Aries Merritt and Orlando Ortega, but still, Jamaica should be taking home a gold in this one. Women's Hammer Sophie Hitchon is carrying the flag for Britain in the Women’s Hammer. The final of this one will be on Monday evening. After giving up her dreams of becoming a ballerina, Hitchon was the first British woman to win an Olympic medal in the sport as she picked up bronze at Rio 2016. Can she get among the medals? She is a 66/1 shot at Coral to do so. Men’s 400m Wayde van Niekerk is one of the biggest stars at the Games and he is trading as 1/2 outright favourite to land himself the 200m title. He broke Michael Johnson's long standing record world record in the 400m at the Olympics last year and he could well break the 43 second barrier in this one. The USA’s Fred Kerley is a serious enough challenger to put some wind up Van Niekerk as Kerley has come close to the South Africa's best time this season. Van Niekerk will leave everything on the table. Men’s 200m With favourite Wayde van Niekerk going to have busted a gut in his favoured 400m the 200m event looks pretty interesting. Van Niekerk is 4/98 outright favourite still with Coral, but with challenges from Isaac Makwala and Christian Coleman there's a chance of an upset in this one, simply because of Van Niekerk having completed the 400m campaign before this. Look for Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake who has a big chance to shine for Great Britain. Women’s 200m Well, it should be a gold medal going to Dutch flyer Dafne Schippers here. That is primarily because Elaine Thompson, who won the gold in Rio last year, is skipping this one. So Schipper is a good 7/4 price to retain her title in his one, but now the extra pressure will come from Tori Bowie, who stunned Thompson in the final of the 100m to claim gold on the weekend. It should be a great battle between those two. That is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of events at the 2017 World Athletics Championships from London. There is plenty more on the track and field to get stuck into (and this is just a track and field event). It will be very interesting to see how many medals Great Britain get on the board but there are so many other exciting questions waiting to be answered. Will Mo Farah do another double as he has the 10,000m already in the bag? Will Usain bolt get a gold in the relay to sign off his career with? Will Van Niekerk break that 43-second barrier in the 400m? Will Laura Muir be able to bring home some distance medals? Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in the Coral sportsbook, then on Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! This is through the fantastic Coral Bet & Get Club! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!
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Coral offer Free £5 bets for Premier League

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The new challenge for the Premier League title will be back on soon. Chelsea head back into the season as the defending champions and they will be hoping that a shrewd piece of summer transfer business in bringing in Alvaro Morata will help them get close to holding onto the silverware. It will be difficult because they will have European games to contend with this season, whereas they didn’t last term. It is Manchester City who are outright favourites to capture the title this season having been busy in the summer transfer market. Pep Guardiola's men are going to be a huge threat to the rest of the title contenders, which includes their rivals Manchester United. The Red Devils have bolstered their squad over the summer too, notably with Romelu Lukaku brought in to deliver the goals. Tottenham have stayed quiet in the summer transfer market but have gone close in the last two season, while Liverpool and Arsenal are out in double figures. Go and bet at least £10 on any team to win the Premier League Outright and Coral will give you a fantastic £5 free bet every time your team wins throughout August. With teams playing three Premier League games in the month, you could collect £15 in free bets! To qualify, place a win single of £10+ on ANY team to win the Premier League 2017/18 and get a fantastic £5 free bet each and every time your team wins a Premier League match in August. The offer applies to the first real money win single of £10+ (or £10 each way) placed on the Premier League Outright through to 3 pm Saturday 12th August 2017. There are no minimum odds for this offer. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in the Coral sportsbook, then on Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! This is through the fantastic Coral Bet & Get Club! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!05
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Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Winner Odds & Predictions

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It has been a good summer for England with the Women’s Cricket team winning the World Cup and the Lionesses performing so well at Euro 2017. Next, onto the scene steps England's Women as they go as one of the frontrunners to land the Rugby World Cup 2017. Ireland is the host nation for the tournament which begins on August 9th and runs through until the final on August 26th. With all of the qualifying done and dusted for the event, final preparations have been made and the draw for the group stage is all set. With Ireland being hosts they didn’t have to qualify and neither did any of the other seven who finished in the top eight of the 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup which was England, Canada, France, New Zealand, USA and Australia. That's just six, because Wales were the seventh and they automatically qualified anyway along with Italy as they were the top two teams from the 2015 and 2016 Six Nations sides (outside of England, Ireland and France). It is England who are going back as the reigning World Champions after beating the Canadians in the final three years ago. England are 4/5 odds on favourites to go and land the title again and the only other nation heading into the tournament under double figures is New Zealand who are dangerously hovering at the 6/4. New Zealand are the most successful nation in the history of the tournament with four titles.

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Odds

England 4/5, New Zealand 6/4, Canada 12/1, France 25/1, Ireland 25/1, Australia 33/1, USA 40/1, Wales 100, bar 250/1

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Promotion

Online betting site Coral offers a Bet & Get Club for their customers. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in their sportsbook, then on Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!

Women’s Rugby World Cup Draw

Pool A - Canada, New Zealand, Wales, Hong Kong Pool B - England, USA, Italy, Spain Pool C - France, Ireland, Australia, Japan There are just the three groups then which means that each of the group winners along with the one best runner up out of the three groups will make it through to the semi finals. So there are no second chances in this one and teams have to come out firing. There are those important bonus points running through the group stage. A team which scores four or more tries in a game will pick one up as well as a team which loses by seven points or fewer. Those will be huge factors. Pool A Canada, New Zealand, Wales, Hong Kong Three years ago Canada went so well as they finished level on points with England in their Pool having played out a tight 13-13 draw with the English. They obviously weren’t anywhere near the scoring level of England throughout the tournament though, but they scraped their way through a tight semi final against France before losing to England when they met up again in the final. They are a decent dark horse in this one and they may well cause the New Zealanders some headaches here. New Zealand didn’t even get out of the group stage in the 2014 edition as they were beaten out by Ireland. Wales, who finished second from bottom in this year’s Six Nations, may find the going tough. Pool B England, USA, Italy, Spain There is absolutely nothing to stop England in this group and they should coast to three straight wins and run up some big points at the same time too. They scored 216 points in their five Six Nations games this season and back in 2014 at the World Cup Emily Scarratt was top scorer with 70 points on the board. Top try scorer for them at the Women’s Six nations 2017 was Kay Wilson with 8, supported well from Amy Cokayne and Amy Wilson who touched down five times each. England are stacked with scoring power and pace. Just back in February they played the USA in a friendly for example and hammered them 48-0. That's how easy it should be for them. With Italy and Spain not being a threat, England should get off to a flyer as they go in search of their third Women’s Rugby World Cup title. It is hard to see anyone even getting close to troubling the England powerhouse in this group and this isn’t a group which is likely to produce the best runner up either. Pool C France, Ireland, Australia, Japan There should be a good scrap between France and Ireland in this group for the top spot. The Irish topped their group over New Zealand at the last World Cup and finished second in the Six Nations this year as well, two points clear of the French. There was a tight duel between them with Ireland winning 13-10 over the French in the 2017 Six Nations but throughout the tournament, the French heavily outscored the Irish in terms of points. The French can’t be dismissed in this one and they may just have enough to edge a title fight with Ireland. There is the tricky floater of Australia in there, who aren’t as good as either of the Europeans in the group, but they could do damage in terms of denying bonus points. It should be France and Ireland occupying the top two spots but there’s a lot of work to do for either to get the best runners up spot, simply because of Australia.

Women’s World Cup Predictions

England should coast to the top spot in their group and with that kind of momentum behind them they are going to take some stopping. The longer that they can avoid the New Zealand team the better obviously as they are their only serious threat in the entire tournament. But still, given the 2017 that England are having, you would have to back them to come through for a successful title defence.
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Carl Frampton v Andres Gutierrez Boxing Betting Odds & Preview

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There should be a good, entertaining boxing bout on the weekend as Carl Frampton steps back into the ring in Belfast. This won’t be the toughest fight that he has ever stepped into by any stretch of the imagination, but there is a little pressure on the fight as it is a WBC World Featherweight title eliminator. For Frampton, he will be looking for a little bit of redemption after losing his Featherweight title to Leo Santa Cruz back in January. Frampton who is 1/25 odds on at Bet365 to win this, has stuck tremendous pressure on himself to perform in this one. He has pretty much said that if he loses then that will be it for his career. It’s not a fight that he should be losing at all against the Mexican opponent and for Frampton, this is a step towards getting back a shot at the title that he saw slip out of his hands in Las Vegas six month ago. That defeat against Santa Cruz didn’t see Frampton perform at his best so he knows that he has to dig deeper to prove to the rest of the division that he still has it. The Northern Ireland fighter meets Mexico’s Gutierrez at the SSE on home turf in Belfast on Saturday. Gutierrez is a massive underdog at 10/1 with Coral to win the bout. Frampton’s defeat to Santa Cruz in January was a rematch after the Irishman had beaten him in the first scrap. So that will have been even more disappointing for the Northern Ireland boxer. That was also the first professional defeat that Frampton has suffered in his career which means that he heads to Belfast on the weekend with a W23 L1 record. He has faced Mexican opposition before as he took a Unanimous Decision over Alejandro Gonzalez Jr in 2015 in a Belfast victory over Hugo Cazares by a knockout in 2014. That was his last fight in Belfast and he is looking forward to getting back home. His opponent Andres Gutierrez is ranked 8th by the WBC and it is a big step in the level of opposition for him. He really hasn’t fought anyone of note before in his career. The 24-year-old Mexican has a W35 D1 L1 professional fight record, with 25 of those victories coming by a knockout. He suffered a defeat recently against Cristian Mijares by a Majority Decision but he did bounce back to take a win over Wallington Orobio as a warm up for this one. Frampton should win this one as Gutierrez is nowhere near his level at all. Frampton will want to produce a really strong performance in this one to send a message to the rest of the division. Frampton to win by a KO TKO or Disqualification is trading at 11/8 at Coral for the fight. He will want to come out blazing and not go the distance as you would have to look under 8/5 rounds at 9/4 with Coral. Online betting site Coral offers a Bet & Get Club for their customers. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in their sportsbook, then on Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!
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Coral offer Double Top – Double Winnings World Matchplay Darts offer

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So the action at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool for the World Matchplay Darts 2017 tournament rolls onto what looks to be an exciting conclusion. With five of the top eight seeds having gotten through to the quarter final stage, there is plenty of competitive action to come. But no match will be bigger than the heavyweight showdown between Phil Taylor and the reigning champion Michael van Gerwen in the quarters. That should prove to be an epic battle with nerves tested to the limit. Taylor has won the tournament a record fifteen times before, but his supremacy in the game has waned to Van Gerwen. So with plenty of good match ups still to come in the north west, you have the opportunity to land double winnings in a match if your backed selection checks out for a win with a Double Top! To qualify for Double Winnings up to £50 on World Matchplay match betting markets at Coral, place a single of £5+ on any player to win his World Matchplay game from 6 am the day of the match. If your player wins the match with a Double 20 final dart, then Coral will double your winnings as a free bet up to £50. This offer is open to both new and existing customers. There is one free bet per customer per match for this offer and it applies only to pre-match bets placed on the day of the match (after 6 am). Winnings will be paid out as a free bet which will be credited within 24 hours of the settlement on the market. Cashed out bets will not apply. Online betting site Coral offers a Bet & Get Club for their customers. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in their sportsbook, then on Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!
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England v South Africa Women’s Cricket World Cup Semi Final

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England are still on track to potential Cricket World Cup 2017 glory. They will show down against South Africa at the Brightside Ground in Bristol on Tuesday for a place in the semi final. These two, of course, met up in the round robin first stage of the competition and England Women had to bring their top batting game to the fixture. That was back in early July when England took a 68 run victory over South Africa. On that occasion, England’s Tammy Beaumont and wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor both posted solid centuries in the match to set England up. That was in the first innings and South Africa stayed behind the needed run rate all of the way in their chase, but they did get over 300 runs, recording 305 in response to England’s 373 total. England’s batting has just gotten better and better as the tournament has rolled on and they always seem to have someone come good in a match with the bat in hand. There's a lot of depth there. Beaumont has scored magnificently in the tournament and is a 3/1 punt at Coral to finish as England’s Top Batsman in the match, with Taylor as 5/2 favourite.

England v South Africa Women’s Cricket World Cup Semi Final odds

England Women 1/4, South Africa Women 3/1 After their surprise opening defeat, England have really stepped up to the plate and perhaps that spurred them on. They finished top of the table in the round robin phase, including a historic win over Australia, who are competition with India in the other semi final. No-one has been able to get close to England’s run rate in the tournament and that should carry them through pretty well in his one. South Africa are actually the ones who were the closest to England in the run-rate through the first stage. England are well up in the head to head against South Africa in one-day internationals have won 18 of their previous 19 against them. This is South Africa’s first semi final in the World Cup since 2000 and they do carry a bowling threat in captain Dane van Niekerk who has produced some stunning performances, including taking four wickets for no runs in their group win over the West Indies. England can expect the Proteas to come back hard at them because after all they have no pressure on them and have nothing to lose from the position as the underdog. Van Niekerk has to take some serious consideration to be the top bowler in the match, while from England’s perspective, Alex Hartley, Anya Shrubsole and Katherine Brunt, who have all contributed very well at the tournament, are all joint 7/2 favourites at Coral to be the England Top Bowler in the fixture. England's batting power should again get them the win. Follow live in-play cricket betting at Coral, who offer a Bet & Get Club for their customers. Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in their sportsbook, then on Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!
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