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    1pt e.w Montefeltro in 3.45 Newcastle at 14/1 (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    Brian Ellison’s Montefeltro looks a fair each-way bet in today’s John Smith’s Northumberland Plate at Newcastle. The seven-year-old shouldn’t be overlooked as he had a perfectly satisfactory preparation for this race at Haydock last time, in a contest where seven of the runners re-oppose today. The other six all beat Montefeltro at Haydock, which must be the main reason for his big price, but he has at least a small pull at the weights with all of those rivals and there’s every reason to believe he’ll come on again for that run. Ellison has certainly been pleased with him since, saying earlier in the week that he’s ‘back to the kind of form he showed when winning the Irish Cesarewitch’ and if that is the case he’s got a fine each-way chance this afternoon. He’s going to save ground on the inside from stall six with Robert Tart likely to unleash him for a late charge, and while those sort of tactics encourage traffic problems in a race of this nature, it’s a risk I’m willing to take. (By Ben Linfoot)

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    1pt Brazil and Paraguay to draw at 13/5

    The two countries are meeting at the quarter-final stage for the second successive time, and it was Paraguay who won last time out thanks to a penalty shoot-out success in La Plata in 2011. That result was no fluke either, as Paraguay were moments away from beating Brazil in the group stage of the same Copa America only for Fred to net an 89th-minute equaliser for the five-time world champions. In this tournament, Brazil haven't entirely convinced in the so far, having won two group games by just one goal and losing the other to Colombia, while Paraguay drew with Argentina and Uruguay as well as sneaking a 1-0 victory over Jamaica. Another penalty shoot-out could be on the cards in a tight affair so backing a draw in the 90 minute betting seems a pretty safe bet to me. (By Chris Hammer)

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    2pts Warrington (-18) to beat Leigh at evens

    Leigh have suffered just one loss all year and have beaten two Super League teams. But you have got to keep in mind in this game the opposition will be of a higher quality. Salford had a lot of injuries when Leigh played them, while Wakefield have been continually losing in Super League. Warrington’s forwards are a lot more mobile and their back row of Harrison, Curry and Westwood has better quality and skill than Leigh’s back row. In front of a full house and with a semi-final beckoning, Warrington have the better quality and they will prevail. The start is quite big for Leigh, and that could be a worry. I’d recommend backing Warrington to win and cover.

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    2pts win Farloe Blitz (T2) at Wimbledon 9.08

    The stage is set for the richest greyhound race in history. All eyes are on Wimbledon tonight for the William Hill Greyhound Derby final (9.08) and Farloe Blitz (T2) is a red-hot 11/10 favourite to scope the £250,000 cheque. With his ferocious early speed, Owen McKenna's charge has been brilliant in remaining unbeaten and just when you thought he might be vulnerable with a third run in the space of eight days last Saturday, he bombed out and put his rivals to the sword in style. He is six from seven in trap two and he is clad in blue again this evening, with Rio Quattro on his inside again and he looks sure to lead up. He runs a beautiful bend and can once again skip two or three lengths clear early in the back straight, a position from which he shouldn't be caught and Ireland's seven-year wait for an English Derby winner should be over. (By Chris Oliver)

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    1pt Brooch to win 4.30 Curragh at 9/2 (best odds guaranteed)

    Only one three-year-old has won this in the last seven years but the younger generation are very well represented this time. The 1,000 Guineas heroine Legatissimo just failed to hold the late thrust of Qualify in the Oaks, after looking a certain winner at this trip and looks sure to make a bold bid for compensation. Pleascach, who landed the Irish version of the former event here last month, couldn't quite cope with Curvy when stepped up in distance for the Ribblesdale at Royal Ascot but remains a progressive filly who will be ideally suited by the drop back in trip. Both Classic winners should be involved in the finish but may not be capable of preventing the progress of Brooch. Dermot Weld's filly remains unbeaten and the form of her comfortable victory in a Group 2 here last month has received an almighty boost by the subsequent exploits of Royal Ascot winner Amazing Maria and Belmont Park winner Waltzing Matilda. (Man On The Spot)

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    2pts Sergio Garcia to beat Patrick Rodgers and Chris Stroud at 5/4

    There’s an exciting night ahead for followers of our pre-tournament preview, with 80/1 selection Graham DeLaet just one shot off the lead and 40/1 Zach Johnson a further two adrift with a round to play in the Travelers Championship. DeLaet has plenty in his favour and if nerves don’t get the better of him, the Canadian is more than capable of winning for the first time, even if it’s Bubba Watson who remains at the top of the betting. With two winners from two three-ball tips so far it’s been a good week regardless and the hope is Sergio Garcia can help end it on a high. The Spaniard played beautifully on Saturday bar taking seven at the par-five 13th and his final-round scoring average in this event is 67.67. Patrick Rodgers continued his progress with a super 63 to move into contention but the pressure is on as he works towards securing a full card for 2016. Chris Stroud, meanwhile, was very poor coming home and the rain around Connecticut will hinder his prospects of mounting a final-round charge. Garcia is value at odds-against and should be comfortably the pick here. (Ben Coley)

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    2pts St Helens (-16) to beat Widnes at 10/11

    Saints have already won both games against Widnes this year. They lost last week but it was only by a single point. They’ve had a good turnaround having played last Thursday and not playing until Sunday this weekend. That’s nice to receive. Luke Walsh has only just returned and he’ll improve with more games at half-back where he’s a great organiser. Joe Greenwood returns in the back row and he’s been in good form, causing a lot of damage. Widnes improved last week against Huddersfield but still conceded 30 points and you can’t expect to keep doing that and win. It’s a pretty big game for Saints and with the emotion of this week with the retirement of Paul Wellens, the atmosphere should be good. I expect the hosts, with a good break behind them, to win and cover. (Ian Millward)

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    1pt View The Moon (T1) to win 8.11 Sittingbourne at SP

    There are four competitive open races on the menu at Sittingbourne this evening and View The Moon rates nap material in the Sittingbourne Super Standard. Seamus Cahill's charge is lightly raced on these shores and created a deep impression when winning at Wimbledon in 28.82secs on his debut for the Hove trainer last month. The son of Kinloch Brae then won an open at Hove in good style before exiting the Greyhound Derby in unfortunate circumstances in the first round. He beat the talented Kentish Kane by a length when making all over course and distance last week and can go from strength to strength

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    1pt win Go Go Green 8.15 Musselburgh at 5/1 (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    Go Go Green needs things to go his own way, and there's every chance they might do so at Musselburgh this evening. He ideally needs a fast, consistent pace, decent ground, and a few narrow gaps to squeeze through to keep him interested. He also needs a winnable race - which he hasn't had on a couple of occasions this season, but he has nevertheless repeatedly run creditably in defeat, including when beaten just a couple of lengths into fifth in the £30,000 consolation race for the Scottish Sprint Cup over this course and distance on Derby Day. In a good run of form at present, Go Go Green has run at least up to his rating in four of his last five starts and now finds himself down in Class 5 company again, his handicap mark having fallen to a rating whereby he can get back into these 0-70 events. It goes without saying that Go Go Green's come-from-behind tactics can make him his own worst enemy and his strike-rate of 1 win and two further placings from 14 starts at the track is hardly bet compelling stuff. But with a number of today's rivals having shown a recent preference for frontrunning tactics, including likely favourite Jebediah Shine, there's got to be a realistic chance that his rivals will come back to him at the right point and that Jim Goldie's stable apprentice Rachael Grant steer him through the openings to score. (Will Hayler)

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    1pt Francesca Schiavone to beat Sara Errani at 2/1

    Finally I can't resist taking a punt on Schiavone in this all-Italian clash. Errani has always struggled on the lawns of the All England Club with the low, skiddy bounces causing her plenty of problems. She's lost in round one in each of the last two years. Schiavone's record here is hardly sparkling either but she is a former quarter-finalist and produced some good tennis at the French Open recently to show she's in good touch. I simply don't think there should be so much between the pair in terms of price and I can easily see Errani getting frustrated and giving Schiavone at least a good chance which she is capable of taking. (Andy Schooler)

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    2pts win Mays Teejay (T5) in Nottingham 7.52 at SP

    Nottingham is the venue for nine open races this evening and we rate Mays Teejay (T5) the bet of the night at 7.52. The son of Last Bid runs this 305m trip better than most and is two wins from his last three starts following an explosive trap-to-line success in 17.96 last week. From a potentially tricky draw clad in orange, he's expected to show his class. (Matt Salter)

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    3pts Morgan Amalfitano to score in West Ham v FC Lusitanos at 5/4

    West Ham are the first Barclays Premier League team to start their 2015/16 campaign tonight as they host Andorrans FC Lusitanos at Upton Park. You won’t be surprised to see the Hammers as the 1/100 favourites for victory and you can get a massive 50/1 for the outsiders to claim a very, very, very surprising first leg advantage. There will be a mix of youth and experience in the West Ham line-up as academy manager Terry Westley takes charge with new boss Slaven Bilic sitting in the stands. Morgan Amalfitano is one of the experienced players in the first XI and he looks a great bet at odds-against to find the back of the net. There’s 5/4 on offer for the Frenchman to strike and that’s worth taking with his fellow forward-thinking players as short as 1/5. (Nick Hext)

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    1pt win Supplicant in Epsom 7.25 at 11/2 (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    Supplicant is worth one more chance down in grade at Epsom. Trainer Richard Fahey still retains plenty of faith in the four-year-old, who won the Mill Reef at Newbury during a stellar juvenile campaign. Like a lot of twilight horses he struggled a little during his three-year-old campaign but there have been plenty of signs that the ability remains. The handicapper has to assess what he sees on the track and as a result Supplicant has finally been given some relief by the assessor. Afforded a mark of 110 in his pomp, he’s now down to 90. Jack Garritty takes a further 3lb off here and he’s in the least competitive race he’s contested since landing odds of 1/20 at Ripon in August 2013. A lot has to be taken on trust after two below-par efforts at York and Newmarket on his last two starts but Fahey recently told Sporting Life that he "still has the faith" and it’s interesting that the visor, first used on the Knavesmire, is retained here. The Cheveley Park-owned gelding is now 5lb lower than when a head second to Spinatrix in a Ripon handicap back in September. If there is going to a revival now is the time. (Dave Ord)

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    2pts Under 33.5 games in Sam Querrey v Roger Federer at 5/6

    Sam Querrey rewarded followers of my tips in Nottingham last week with a run to the final at 16/1 but the level is rising significantly here. His big serve produced plenty of aces in Nottingham but it was far from impregnable and I’m expecting Roger Federer to deal with it fairly comfortably. As we saw in last year’s semi-final when the Swiss took on Milos Raonic, he had the ability to pick a big serve well and take his chance when presented with it. Querrey is no Raonic, neither in terms of quality or serve speed, and his previous meetings with Federer help prove my point – none of their five sets has gone beyond 10 games with Federer winning the lot. As long as that sequence continues this bet lands and even one set goes to a tie-break there’s still plenty of slack with Federer to work with. Admittedly they haven’t met for some time, or on grass, but the higher-bouncing ball in the hot conditions will aid Federer I’d have thought and I expect his class to tell here. (Andy Schooler)

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    2pts win View The Moon (T3) in 8.02 Hove at SP

    Live in front of the RPGTV cameras at Hove, punters are advised to look no further than View The Moon (T3) for what we rate as the banker of the evening at 8.02. Seamus Cahill's charge has impressed in a relatively short career on these shores thus far - highly unlucky to exit the William Hill Greyhound Derby in the first round despite finishing third and getting within a length and a half of Swift Hoffman in a red-hot heat. The son of Kinloch Brae has since racked up a double at Sittingbourne in trap-to-line fashion, and the course and distance winner is taken to complete the hat-trick on the south coast tonight. (Matt Salter)

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    2pts Shaakis at 13/8 to win the 7.30 at Newbury (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    Marcus Tregoning hasn't had a winner at this, his local track, for a good couple of seasons now, but he does love winners here and he has just the right vehicle in this downgraded horse Shaakis, who has been far from disgraced despite finishing back in midfield in his last two starts. Squeezed out when beaten four lengths behind Lightning Spear (a leading fancy for the John Smith's Cup this weekend) at Salisbury last time, he was also been beaten only seven lengths behind Stravagante in a similarly red-hot handicap at Epsom on Derby Day previously. Against a rather exposed bunch of older rivals a repeat of either of those efforts, or indeed his two earlier runs this season, should be good enough to win this, and the application of cheekpieces for the first time is a nice bonus.Voyageofdiscovery, as the market suggests, could be the one to give him most to do but despite a fairly solid overall profile he only has the one win to his name so far and the handicapper is cutting him little slack in making him race off a 3lb higher mark than when last seen on turf, finishing down the field at Sandown last August. (Will Hayler)

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    2pts Morgan Amalfitano to score in FC Lusitanos v West Ham at 6/4

    Morgan Amalfitano again looks the value in the anytime goalscorer betting for West Ham’s trip to Andorra to tackle FC Lusitanos tonight. The French midfielder is one of the few experienced players in the Hammers’ starting XI and is a big 6/4 to net with most of his attacking team-mates available as odds-on shots. Amalfitano went close to striking in the first leg and looks a better shout to me than his fellow winger Matt Jarvis (15/8). The Hammers are 3-0 up from the first leg so will make it to the next round of the Europa League with ease when a tougher test awaits. (Nick Hext)

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    Serena Williams to win 1st set v Maria Sharapova 6-3 or 6-4 at 13/8

    Having won their last 16 meetings, a run stretching back a decade, Serena Williams is clearly a hot favourite to reach yet another Wimbledon final. Not only that but the matches have rarely been close, Sharapova winning just one set of the last 26 the pair have played. I wouldn't put the big-hitters among you off the 4/7 about another straight-sets Serena win here. However, the bigger price about her winning the opening set 6-3 or 6-4 (ie by an early/midway single break) looks very tempting. That's happened in five of the last eight matches these two have played and while Sharapova is up against it here, she's unlikely to go down without a fight and their recent contests have been fairly close. Serena hasn't been at her best so far in SW19 so I don't see her romping through the set. She can be a slow starter but usually gets stuck into the Russian's serve pretty quickly - she's broken Sharpaova at least three times in each of their last 11 matches. In short, the price looks a decent one and should be taken. (Andy Schooler)

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    2pts win Loughteen Pedro (T2) in 8.50 Hove at SP

    The Sussex Cup gets underway next Thursday and the last four trial stakes for the event take place at Hove tonight. Claude Gardiner won the Category One competition in 2009 with Raithby Syrah and the local handler could have another serious contender on his hands in the shape of Loughteen Pedro (T1), who is fancied to extend his winning sequence to five at 8.50. The August '12 son of Cashen Legend is in the form of his life, having won three from five over 475m here before going unbeaten in a two-round event over 575m at Romford. He has been handed a plum draw on the rails and looks sure to rail round in a prominent position, from which he can prove too strong even if Ballymach Loch and Swift Whirlwind get on the bunny. (Chris Oliver)

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    2pts Secret Hint to win 4.10 at Ascot at 7/1 (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    Andrew Balding’s filly has been off the track since disappointing at Ripon in mid-May but that run may have come too soon after her fine reappearance at Wetherby while the track may not have suited either (a reason offered by the trainer’s representative on the day). Either way, she returns to action with her stable in fine form and in a contest which should suit and one that doesn’t look overly competitive for its type. She has the ability to rate higher than her current mark and can take another step up the ladder today. (Ian Ogg)

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    Andy Murray to beat Roger Federer 3-2 at 5/1

    Two players playing at a high level and with a history of tight, long matches make this a virtual pick 'em with the layers. Murray is actually the slight favourite at time of writing. That was my view when I backed him to win the title a couple of weeks' ago and it remains so, but only just. Federer has probably exceeded expectations more and he's looked highly impressive, particularly on serve which he's only lost once. His movement has been a major reason for his success thus far as even at nearly 34 he simply glides around the court, covering the ground better than some men almost half his age. However, Murray has the tools to thwart those weapons. His returns will test Federer like no other player so far while question marks continue to be asked about what will happen to the Swiss if he's embroiled in a lengthy contest. A tired man will struggle to move as well and it's a key part of the Federer game. With both players full of confidence, that's something I'm expecting and so backing Murray to claim victory in the decider looks a decent shout at a tempting 5/1 rather than simply backing a five-setter which is offered at 9/4. Federer will surely get his chances - Murray often has a blip as we saw against Andreas Seppi in the third round - but the younger man is given the edge if this turns into an epic which it has all the hallmarks of doing. (Andy Schooler)

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    2pts England lead after first innings at 4/5

    This looks a nice price for England to take five wickets before Australia can score another 166 runs in Cardiff. It’s a price that appears to put much store in Brad Haddin’s previous exploits against England. Fair enough, he has a good record against the Three Lions, but his current form is poor. He has just one half-century in his last 20 Test innings, and has been dismissed for 10 or under in nine of those knocks. Shane Watson is 29 not out overnight and has history for getting in and getting out, while England also have a nightwatchman to go at and a new ball just 10 overs away. Watson, Haddin, Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Starc are all capable batsmen, but all are aggressive types. That’s a danger on one hand, but on a slow but slightly two-paced Cardiff pitch, batsmen’s aggression has often been the thing keeping the bowlers in the game during the first two days. Australia are still capable of getting away from England here, but 4/5 under-rates England’s chances based on what we’ve seen so far. (Dave Tickner)

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    Huddersfield (+6) to beat St Helens at 10/11

    Huddersfield won the sides’ previous game, a low-scoring one which ended 11-8. Saints have lost their last two which is a little bit concerning. In contrast, the Giants have now won three in a row. I’m a bit worried about Saints in this game. Jon Wilkin is out and with a new full-back, Adam Quinlan, their attack could be disrupted. Danny Brough’s kicking game will be productive for Huddersfield and given the sides’ form I feel Huddersfield can cover in this game. (Ian Millward)

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    2pts David Toms to win his R2 threeball at 3/1

    Former winner and local favourite Zach Johnson is odds-on to come out on top against David Toms and Stewart Cink at TPC Deere Run today but Toms could offer a bit of value as the trio bid to book their place for the weekend. Scoring will be low again and Johnson was the pick of the grouping on Thursday but Toms has shown in his last two events an ability to post a good number in round two with 66-67 at the FedEx St Jude Classic and Travelers Championship respectively. A similar sort of performance here could do the trick and he is worth backing against the odds-on quote given to Johnson - he is fancied to give him more of a test than Cink. (David John)

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    2pts Rearguard Bond (T2) to win the 8.18 at Romford

    Romford's Friday night competitions are proving popular and a 750m event gets under way at the London Road circuit tonight. Rearguard Bond (T2) led everywhere barring the line over this C&D two starts ago when picked up by Bubbly Time, with smart Dean Childs-trained duo Droopys Cottage and Droopys Tamera behind. His assignment at 8.18 looks an easier one and a repeat of anything like that 47.40 (calculated) should suffice on his return to this venue. (Chris Oliver)

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    2pts win Sea Of Heaven in Sandown 8.50 at 3/1 (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    Sir Mark Prescott may have come unstuck against favourite Mythical Moment at Carlisle last week but has another shot at that now-penalised filly with Sea Of Heaven. He came very close to landing a bit of a touch when beaten half a length on his handicap bow (2/1 fav) when stepped up to a mile and a half last month. All things considered the 3lb rise in the ratings he's been handed looks perfectly fair, especially in light of the seventh home's subsequent victory, and we can certainly expect further improvement from the young stayer. Last month's effort can also be marked up on account of the slow tempo clearly not playing to Sea Of Heaven's strengths. He was held up off a sedate gallop and couldn't quite reel in the winner after the race turned into a mad dash for the line up the Lingfield straight.(Matt Brocklebank)

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    0.61pt Jack Sock to win 1st set v Lukas Lacko 7-6 at 9/2 and 0.39pt Lukas Lacko to win 1st set v Jack Sock 7-6 at 15/2

    After yesterday’s 4/1 winner in the first-set correct score market, let’s stick with the thread in Newport today. As was the case with Sam Querrey v Matt Ebden yesterday, we’ve got two good servers up against each other on a fast grasscourt so breaks of serve seem likely to be at a premium. Sock crushed an out of sorts Radek Stepanek yesterday, winning 93 per cent of points behind his first serve and losing just nine points in total on his own delivery. He didn’t face break point. Lacko lost his serve once in his first-round match but still served well, producing 16 aces and winning 80 per cent of points behind his first delivery. Essentially there’s every reason to suggest a tie-break will result. By Dutching the two 7-6 scorelines – Sock is 9/2 and Lacko 15/2 – you can get 2.34/1 (almost 12/5) about the first set ending in a tie-break and that looks the way to go. (Andy Schooler)

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    2pts win Droopys Buick (T2) in 8.33 at Sunderland at 5/4

    Jimmy Wright holds the aces in the Puppy Plate final with Droopys Vodka and Droopys Buick (T2), and the latter looks the one to beat. The November '13 son of Yeah Man was an impressive winner at Newcastle on debut and hacked up on his first look round Sunderland last month, an effort he backed up when going fastest in the heats with a devastating display. Improving with each run, the lightly-raced youngster has the pace to clear Camp Joker to the corner on his inside and will take some pegging back if getting on the bunny. (Chris Oliver)

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    2pts Liberty Jack in Epsom 8.20 at 9/4 (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    Richard Hughes has four rides at Epsom this evening and of those four mounts, Liberty Jack might well end up being the longest-priced when he lines up in the Arthur Budgett Memorial Handicap, but another winner for local trainer Jim Boyle yesterday confirmed that this yard is in decent nick at present and I like the make-up of this race. Not only did he win in this grade over course and distance last time out, but he is a horse undoubtedly seen to best effect when brought late off a decent gallop, exactly the sort of conditions he really should get here with Dr Red Eye having to be ridden aggressively to hold any chance, but likely to be taken on for the lead by in-form Denzille Lane and another Epsom regular in Swiss Cross. Hughes has never ridden the horse before, but he appeals as just the right jockey whose kind hands ought to see Liberty Jack settle in the early stages, and with a 3lb rise for his latest win keeping his handicap mark most realistic, the five-year-old gets the vote to defy top-weight. (Will Hayler)

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    2pts Rafael Cabrera-Bello to beat George Coetzee and Anirban Lahiri at 11/8

    Rafael Cabrera-Bello is playing superbly at the moment and looks an excellent 11/8 favourite to kickstart the afternoon. The Spaniard struggles to cross the line but when it comes to fireworks on day one there are few better - indeed, he's held the first-round lead in two of his last three starts. Cabrera-Bello also sat second after the first round of the 2013 Open and his three appearances in the event have seen him shoot 70, 67 and 70 on Thursday. George Coetzee is respected on account of his own solid Open record which includes a pair of top-20 finishes, but the South African hasn't broken 70 in 14 rounds since winning in Mauritius as his form nosedives. It's questionable whether his game is in the sort of shape required to compete from the get-go and I can't see why his price - short of 2/1 - would be so close to the favourite's. As for Anirban Lahiri, he did show what he can do with a strong start in France but that's the sole highlight since the spring. Just two of his last 16 rounds have been sub-70 versus nine of Cabrera-Bello's and the Spaniard can prove a couple of shots too good for two out-of-sorts playing partners. (Ben Coley)

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    1pt Under 2.5 goals in West Ham v Birkirkara at 100/30

    West Ham’s Europa League qualifying campaign continues tonight as they tackle Maltese side Birkirkara at Upton Park. The Hammers are, as you would expect, heavily odds-on right across the board to progress but I don’t think they will do so with too much of a flourish. Andorran outfit Lusitanos were only dispatched 4-0 on aggregate so it makes sense to go low on goals at pretty decent odds, especially with the Hammers’ star striker Diafra Sakho suspended. Sky Bet offer 100/30 for under 2.5 goals tonight and I think that’s worth a small interest. (Nick Hext)

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    2pts win Calco Flyer (T2) in 8.50 Hove at 13/8 (best odds guaranteed)

    Following a fantastic end to the William Hill Festival at Sunderland last night, there is more big-race action at Hove this evening as the Coral Sussex Stakes gets under way with six heats. This is one of the few big competitions to so far evade champion trainer Mark Wallis but he has a good chance to alter that with Calco Flyer (T2), who can make winning start at 8.50. An impressive winner at Wimbledon on Derby final night, the son of Blonde Snapper made all in a smart calculated 29.60 over this C&D and he once again blazed a trail last week before being picked up by the powerful Jet Stream Sound in a good time. There is nothing that strong in tonight's line-up and he can get back on the winning trail if, as expected, he turns in front in the blue jacket. (Chris Oliver)

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    The Sporting Life Accumulator won at 16/1 to leave followers of our selection smiling on the second Saturday of the season.

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    Swansea beat Newcastle as part of the winning 16/1 acca
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    Swansea beat Newcastle 2-0, Middlesbrough defeated Bolton 3-0, Scunthorpe claimed a 2-0 victory at home to Crewe and Portsmouth held on for a 2-1 win at Plymouth to secure the 16/1 success.

    The next Sporting Life Accumulator will be for Tuesday's Sky Bet Football League action so keep your eyes on Sportinglife.com on Monday for the latest top picks.

    Our acca ended last season with a 16/1 winner and that was our sixth victory of the 2014/15 campaign following on from previous 25/1, 22/1, 18/1, 16/1 and 13/1 successes.

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    If you had staked £10 to support every Sporting Life Accumulator last season you would have ended with a £600 profit thanks to £1,100 worth of winnings compared with losing selections of £500.

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    Sunderland are 1/2 for relegation with our betting partners Sky Bet after their miserable start to the season continued on Saturday.

    Having lost 4-2 to Leicester on the opening day, the Black Cats went down 3-1 at home to Norwich - another side regarded as a relegation rival in the ante-post betting.

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    Norwich's win saw them pushed out to 5/4 with Watford drifting to 11/10 after they drew 0-0 with West Brom. Bournemouth are 5/4 shots.

    Leicester sit atop the early table after backing up their opening-day win with a 2-1 victory at West Ham. They are now 5/2 to finish in the top half.

    Everton were the day's other eyecatchers, Romelu Lukaku scoring twice in their 3-0 win at Southampton. They are now 25/1 for a top-four finish and 4/1 to end the season in the top six.

    Lukaku was duly cut to 20/1 for the Golden Boot. Bafetimbi Gomis was also trimmed in that market after making it two goals in two games for Swansea as they saw off Newcastle 2-0. Gomis is now a 40/1 chance.

    In the Sky Bet Championship, Brighton top the table after a 2-1 last-gasp win at Fulham and the Seagulls are now 18/1 to win the league. Favourites for the title are Middlesbrough at 5/1, who brushed aside Bolton 3-0.

    Despite been heavily fancied for relegation at the start of the season Charlton have four points from two tough games and are 3/1 to be in the top six on September 1. Nottingham Forest (A), Hull (H) and Wolves (A) are their fixtures to come before then.


 
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