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    1pt win Handiwork in 3.25 Haydock at 9/1 (best odds guaranteed)

    The Swinton Hurdle at Haydock looks an up-to-scratch renewal and Steve Gollings’ HANDIWORK should go well. The five-year-old looks to be improving with experience and I really liked the way he finished his race in the Scottish Champion Hurdle last time. He was only beaten just under four lengths by the winner Cheltenian, was closing at the line and gets a 5lb pull at the weights with that rival in Lancashire. A second at the track in March adds confidence to the selection and he probably would’ve won that race but for a mistake two from home. (By Ben Linfoot)

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    Football
    2pts Hull to beat Burnley & Leicester to beat Southampton at 3.63/1

    Burnley have picked up just eight points away all season and Danny Ings has mislaid his scoring boots at just the wrong time to take the gloss off a fine first season in the top-flight for the young striker. Hull still have plenty of work to do and Steve Bruce will be looking for his side to respond to their clinical dismembering by Arsenal; they did improve in the second half but it could hardly have got much worse. They lost a highly competitive reverse fixture 1-0 in a game that featured 10 yellow cards (making the bookings markets well worth a check once priced up) but they have always been a different side at the KC Stadium and will have everything focused on this one before games against Spurs and Man Utd. With 15 points from a possible 18, Leicester have conjured up an ostrich like sprint for the finish line and safety and will rightly fancy their chances of picking up another three points before games against Sunderland and QPR. In contrast, Southampton are rather limping home as the demands of a fine season catch up with them along with injuries to key members of their squad. (By Ian Ogg)

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    Rugby League
    2pts St Helens to beat Catalans Dragons at 5/6

    Saints have won the last four between these two teams and the problem with Catalans is that they've conceded the second most points in Super League. That defence is not good enough. Todd Carney has been injured a lot this year and if he plays then their odds improve but he hasn't had a lot of game time. St Helens are a machine. Luke Walsh is back now and they're playing well. They average more metres per run in the Super League - James Roby, their hooker, picks up big metres - and they have serious scoring power. The hosts are not good defensively and I'll back Saints to win away from home. (By Ian Millward)

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    Golf
    2pts Kevin Kisner to beat Sang-moon Bae at evens

    Regular PGA Tour viewers will recall that Kisner came so very close to a first win at the top level when he lost a play-off to Jim Furyk at the Heritage. Always considered a top-class talent in the making by those who saw him play college golf in Georgia, the feeling is that this slow burner is finally about to fulfil his potential and he can confirm that suspicion by making a move today. Like Harbour Town, which hosts the Heritage, Sawgrass is designed by Pete Dye and a glance at this week’s leaderboard confirms that the same type of player tends to figure in both events. Bae’s own record here is modest and that’s despite some extremely good starts. He shot 79 in round three last year and 75 in 2013 and it’s clear that he’s not playing his best golf at the moment, so the rock-solid Kisner looks good value. (By Ben Coley)

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    2pts Taranis Bolt (T6) to win 8.00 Wimbledon at SP (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    With the start of the William Greyhound Derby less than three weeks away, there are 10 trial stakes for Blue Riband at Wimbledon tonight. Kevin Hutton has remained in fine form since his thrilling Trainers' Championship victory at Sittingbourne and could have more success this evening, starting with Taranis Bolt (T6) in the first instalment at 8.00. The June '12 whelp won plenty of fans as a sprinter over the winter and has really taken to four bends this spring, with eye-catching wins at Romford and Swindon. You wouldn't have known it was his first look round Wimbledon last week as he roared into a first-bend lead before pulling clear and stopping the clock at a very pleasing 28.58. Lightly raced for his age, there could be more to come and he can get the better of the talented Southfield Jock, who is far from certain to come away from the tricky one box on his first competitive outing at the South London track. (By Chris Oliver)

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    Spurs place £30m price tag on Lloris
    Tottenham Hotspur have informed interested clubs that it would take £30 million to sign Hugo Lloris this summer, according to […] [+]
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    Lyon eyeing Udinese star
    La Gazzetta dello Sport is reporting that Lyon are considering a summer move on Udinese defender Thomas Heurtaux. The French […] [+]
    European giants vying for De Bruyne
    German daily newspaper Bild has suggested that five European powerhouses are hot on the trail of Wolfsburg star Kevin De […] [+]
    Inter reveal three main targets
    Inter Milan aim to put together a squad capable of challenging for the Serie A title, according to vice-president Javier […] [+]
    PSG confirm duo wants to leave
    Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain have moved to confirm reports that Yohan Cabaye and Lucas Digne hope to leave the […] [+]
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    Sampdoria in ambitious bid for Balotelli, Cassano
    Turin-based daily newspaper Tuttosport is reporting that Sampdoria chairman Massimo Ferrero aims to pair Mario Balotelli and Antonio Cassano at […] [+]
    Milan in fresh assault on Immobile
    Italian giants AC Milan are readying a summer bid for Borussia Dortmund striker Ciro Immobile, Bild has suggested. The Rossoneri […] [+]
    Khedira agrees Schalke deal
    Dutch media outlet De Telegraaf has suggested that Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira has already agreed a summer move to […] [+]
    Spurs interest in Ligue 1 star confirmed
    Tottenham Hotspur and Hull City are among clubs showing interest in Guingamp striker Claudio Beauvue, according to the French club. […] [+]
    Zenit’s Danny linked with Turkey switch
    Besiktas are the latest side to have joined the race for Zenit star Danny, according to Turkish media outlet AMK. […] [+]
    Porto line up Oliver Torres replacement
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    LVG: Depay was about to sign for PSG
    Manchester United F.C. manager Louis van Gaal has revealed that he signed Memphis Depay from Dutch Eredivisie champions PSV Eindhoven before the end […] [+]
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    Bayern eyeing Torino duo
    Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich are showing interest in Torino defenders Matteo Darmian and Nikola Maksimovic, La Gazzetta dello Sport can […] [+]
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    Bayern Munich are readying a move for Manchester United midfielder Angel Di Maria, according to the Metro. The Argentina international […] [+]
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    Arsene Wenger will not sell full-back Carl Jenkinson this summer, according to the Mail Online. The 23 year old joined […] [+]
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    1pt Man City to win from behind v QPR at 6/1

    Manchester City should win this game and with a degree of comfort, but we've seen QPR cause them problems before and with the hosts' record of scoring first shockingly bad for a side of their stature, it's worthing backing the favourites at 6/1 to win from behind. It's also tempting to shoot for the moon with scorelines in the 3-1/4-2 region and while Sergio Aguero to score first is the most logical bet, there's a definite case for the visitors edging ahead and one which could be rewarded with a winner at a price. (By Ben Coley)

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    1pt e.w Muhaarar in 2.08 Longchamp (French 2000 Guineas) at 10/1

    The last time this prize left France was in 2007 when Astronomer Royal won for Aidan O'Brien. The latter will be hoping Highland Reel will be good enough this year and that may well be the case given he won the Vintage Stakes at Goodwood in July with the minimum of fuss. He is preferred to stablemate War Envoy but MUHAARAR looks a value alternative. Charlie Hills' Gimcrack winner had no problem staying 7f to win the Greenham at Newbury on his reappearance and has won in soft ground before. Back him with Sky Bet who are paying FOUR places on each-way bets. (By Man On The Spot)

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    3pts Bill Haas to beat Ben Martin at 5/6

    The penultimate match sees the experienced, multiple winner Bill Haas paired with Ben Martin, who secured his first title on the PGA Tour towards the end of 2014. THE PLAYERS Championship is another level altogether, though, and I don’t believe that the experience edge that Haas holds has been at all factored into this price. The 2011 FedEx Cup champion is a really classy operator with no weaknesses in the bag. This week he’s found a lot of fairways and missed in spots which have made scrambling easier, which is a fantastic combination to be able to rely on as the pressure intensifies. Martin has done superbly well on the back of a decent effort at the match play but he hit poor shots on 17 and 18 and I feel like this is too big an ask at this stage. Haas leads Martin in all key statistical categories bar putting but the key here is that he will enter today with a degree of comfort, whereas his young playing partner is entitled to be extremely nervous on the biggest day of his career. Given that Haas would deserve to be odds-on over any 18 holes, he should be considerably shorter for round four of one of the biggest events on the calendar. (By Ben Coley)

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    1pt win Mays King (T3) 9.11 Henlow at SP

    Richard Devenish's charge was in the wars when second at odds of 4/5 over this track and trip (460m) last Sunday, but could break better now moved away from the fence and anything like a repeat of his 27.40 here when scoring two starts ago will suffice. (By Chris Oliver)

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    1pt First Flight to win 2.10 York at 9/1 (best odds guaranteed)

    First Flight looks a decent bet in the opening race of York’s Dante Festival. Saeed bin Suroor won this race three times in consecutive seasons from 2007 and he could well get his name on the roll of honour again as First Flight was a massive eye-catcher on his final start last season in a course and distance handicap. Off the same mark of 98 everything went wrong for the son of Invincible Spirit that day, as he raced keenly and then found trouble in-running a couple of times in the straight. That was a hot race with the Lincoln winner Gabrial finishing sixth and First Flight was only beaten two lengths in fourth despite his luckless run. This is another handicap with plenty of depth and the lightly-raced Mahsoob and Field Of Fame could be progressing quickly, but First Flight is lightly-raced himself and the experience he does have over the market leaders could be worth plenty. Certainly, the big field should help him settle and if James Doyle can navigate a less chaotic path than he endured last time, which shouldn’t be difficult even in this bigger field, he should go close. (By Ben Linfoot)

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    2pts Ronaldo to score and Real Madrid win in 90 minutes at 13/8

    However organised and able this Juve side may be, keeping a clean sheet at the Bernabeu is one of the hardest tasks in European football - indeed it's been managed just twice in four years, once by Atletico and once by Valencia. Not that it'll be easy for Real to keep a clean sheet of their own, particularly with those defensive issues and the fact that Juve are not exactly short of options themselves. With that in mind it's possible to argue that the most likely scoreline is 2-1 to Real, which would force extra-time, and it's not totally absurd to split stakes on either side winning on penalties at what's effectively 16/1. A good policy is also relying on Cristiano Ronaldo to find the net. Ronaldo and his ego will be desperate to keep up with Lionel Messi and lead his side to the final and having scored at every stage in 2013/14 his credentials really don't need any explaining. Ronaldo is tempting at 7/2 to score two but Sky Bet have boosted the price about him scoring anytime and Real winning inside 90 minutes to 13/8 from evens so we're more than happy to take that. (By Ben Coley)

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    Tennis
    2pts Victoria Azarenka to beat Caroline Wozniacki at 8/11

    Both players are returning to top form having impressed in Madrid last week but I’m happy to side with Azarenka here. There’s little doubt she’s the more impressive player when both are at their best and that’s been shown in their recent meetings – the Belarusian having won the last three in straight sets. In fact you have to go back to 2010 for Wozniacki’s last win over Azarenka in a completed match. She’ll hope the slower conditions will favour her here but Azarenka is a tough cookie and was very close to beating Serena Williams last week which has to merit respect. At 8/11, her odds are big enough to tempt me into backing a player of real quality. (By Andy Schooler)

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    2pts Millwards Ozil (T4) to win 10.11 at Romford at 4/1 (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    Action from Romford and Peterborough is live on RPGTV this evening and punters are advised to wait until the 10.11 for what we think is the best bet of the night. Paul Young's Millwards Ozil (T4) boasts a good make-up in the penultimate race on the card at Romford and is expected to race into a first-bend lead if repeating the 3.67 split he clocked in a similar contest last time out. The son of Tyrur Big Mike won a sprint open here in 13.69 earlier this year, pinging from the lids and making all in emphatic fashion, and he should take all of the beating if arriving in a similar mood tonight. (By Matt Salter)

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    2pts Consortium to win 20.45 Leicester at 9/2 (best odds guaranteed)

    The market looks to have underestimated the chance of Consortium in the Henry Aiken Handicap at Leicester. It's not a tip for those who need an early night following a weekend of excess as he doesn't run until 2045 but David Simcock's charge looks to have plenty going for him. This represents a drop in grade for the son of Teofilio who was third behind a subsequent winner at Windsor last time and has been running consistently well for some time now. A mile-and-a-half is his optimum trip - a comment that does not apply to the majority of his four rivals. Certainly favourite Galileano didn't look to be crying out for dropping back two furlongs when winning over a mile-and-six at Nottingham last time while Hibertas isn't proven beyond 10 furlongs yet. Cahull needs to improve to defy top weight and Flame Fantastique, blinkered for the first time, has an awful lot to prove despite representing top connections. Consortum is the one runner in the race who looks rock solid and he can send us to slumberland in style. (By Dave Ord)

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    2pts Diego Costa to score anytime for Chelsea v West Brom at 10/11

    Diego Costa has been out for around six weeks with the niggling hamstring issue that has bothered him for much of the season and in that intervening period Manchester City's Sergio Aguero has bounded clear at the top of the Premier League scoring charts to open up a six-goal lead over Costa. Unless the latter produces an amazing late frenzy, Aguero looks home and hosed but Harry Kane (one clear of Costa) could still be reeled in for second place - and with little else for Chelsea to play for, the potential for a small victory over Spurs could add some interesting motivation. Otherwise, why play Costa and risk aggravating an issue that could linger on over the summer and possibly into next season? He is as short as 8/11 in places to score anytime so the 11/8 with a couple of firms makes some appeal as the best bet with Kane in his crosshairs for a game that is tricky enough to call. (By David John)

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    2pts Sidarian Bullet (T6) to win 8.07 at Nottingham (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    There are eight competitive open races for Nottingham-bound punters to solve this evening and we rate Sidarian Bullet (T6) as the banker on the card at 8.07. Charlie Lister's improving son of Central City and Ballyhill Beauty arrives on a hat-trick having beat last year's Romford Puppy Cup champion Laughing Gravy over course and distance the last twice and, seven wins from 10 career starts, the June '13 whelp can continue on a steep upward trajectory. (By Matt Salter)

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    2pts Our Boy Jack to win 3.20 Ayr at 7/2 (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    Our BoyJack looks ready to strike in the Farrar McCamley Handicap at Ayr this afternoon. Seven furlongs in soft ground is exactly where the son of Camacho wants to be and he was an eyecatching sixth on unsuitably quick going at Thirsk last time. The cheekpieces go back on here and while three pounds higher than his last success, that was a three-length victory in a very competitive heat at this track last autumn. With the Richard Fahey team continuing to churn out the winners he looks sure to run a huge race and represents a fair bet at 7/2. (By Dave Ord)

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    2pts Arsenal to beat Sunderland to nil at 21/20

    On balance, the safe play here would look to be a home win to nil and at 21/20 that's the call rather than play guessing games with regards the line-ups. Arsenal have beaten Burnley and Aston Villa to nil at the Emirates, the division's lowest scorers on the road, and Sunderland are cut from a similar cloth. Not only that, but it's hard to see the visitors venturing beyond halfway with any real panache and essentially this may prove to be odds-against about the Gunners scoring, which would obviously be extremely good value. If there is to be a Sunderland goal it goes without saying that former Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe would be the man most likely but I'd want a point or two bigger than 4/1. A game for small stakes as are most at this time of year but one Arsenal should win with a degree of comfort without perhaps running riot. (By Ben Coley)

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    2.75pts Touch Tackle (T1) to win 9.08 Hove at 8/11 (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    The Sky Sports cameras are Hove-bound this evening for the £10,000 Coral-backed Regency final (9.08). Although the first round was overshadowed by injury to crack stayer and ante-post favourite Billys Bullet, this year's renewal has thrown up some top-class performances and not least from Touch Tackle (T1) in last week's semi-finals. The Peterborough raider broke smartly from trap one that night and galloped his rivals into submission in 40.92 (calculated). Boasting a plum draw clad in red again this evening, the son of Ace Hi Rumble accounted for the reopposing Swansalona Diva when comfortably scoring at Swindon on Arc final night last month and is expected to take some stopping if granted a clear run. (By Matt Salter)

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    1pt Just the Tonic to win 5.45 Ayr at 4/1 (best odds guaranteed)

    You have to forgive Marjorie Fife’s charge a winless run that now stretches back to October 2013 – but there are plenty of reasons for optimism. For one, the daughter of Mediciean is now a well-handicapped horse, fully a stone below her last winning mark. Two, there were definite signs of a revival at Thirsk last time when showing much more of her old spark behind Mercers Row. And three, she’ll relish the give underfoot and seven furlongs is her optimum trip. In short if there is another race in Just The Tonic then it might just be the Caledonia Best Handicap. Tanaware finished a place in front of her at Thirsk and is respected but not feared, while Royal Duchess should be there or thereabouts. However, nothing in the race is as well handicapped as the selection. Let today be her day. (Dave Ord)

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    3pts John Peterson to beat Marc Leishman and Zac Blair at 11/8

    There are plenty of punters keen to support Peterson this week, largely due to the fact that his family have a long history at Colonial Country Club, host venue of the Crowne Plaza Invitational. It was here that Peterson honed his skills as a youngster and while too short in my opinion to be backed outright, he could be worth following in his matches, particularly in round one. Peterson opened with a round of 64 here on his sole start in the tournament to date and already this season has shown glimpses of his fast-starting prowess, notably with a round of 65 at the similarly tight Waialae Country Club in Hawaii. Leishman goes well in Texas but hasn’t bettered 69 in the first round all season while Blair has now played 14 PGA Tour events this season and has failed to break 70 on the first day of any of them. Expect a fast start from a player who both knows and is suited to the venue, which should be enough to land this confident bet. (Ben Coley)

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    1pt Gary Anderson to win Premier League Darts on finals night at 11/4

    Despite doubts about his mental state in recent weeks, The Flying Scotsman won his last two league matches and over the weekend he reached a Pro Tour final, whitewashing Michael van Gerwen en route. He also hit nine maximums in as many legs in the quarter-finals of that event and such power scoring can play a large part in him tasting success and claiming a second Premier League crown. At a shade of odds-against, backing an Anderson-van Gerwen final is tempting in some respects but the real value here appears to lie with the Scot, who can continue what's already been a memorable year with another major title. (Carl Longhawn)

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    1pt Turning Tables to win 8.42 Monmore at 10/1 (best odds guaranteed)

    There are three Open races on the menu at Monmore this evening and Turning Tables can reward punters at generous odds. Julie Bateson's charge completely missed his break when only fourth at the Midlands track last week, but the son of Tyrur Lee clocked a fast time in a two-dog trial over 480m at Sheffield earlier this month, confirming his current well-being, and he won a warm open on last year's Monmore Gold Cup card. (Matt Salter)

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    1pt Free to Love to win 5.45 Goodwood at 4/1 (best odds guaranteed)

    Trainer Charlie Hills has endured a long spell without winners in recent weeks, but the picture looks rosier from three winners and two thirds from the five runners he has saddled in the last four days. Free To Love carried some of my cash when she reappeared at Salisbury on 1000 Guineas day in a maiden that is often targeted by her owner, but not for the first time she looked an out-and-out five-furlong performer and finished quite weakly over six, having travelled nicely for a long way. Now that she has an official rating and moves into handicap company over the minimum trip, there's a lot to like about her prospects against rivals, many of whom look considerably more exposed. The fact that Ryan Moore is on board is a further sweetener as to her chances. (By Will Hayler)

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    2pt double St Helens (-4) and Leeds (-20) at 2.64/1

    Hull come into tonight’s clash with St Helens with some form and have already won the reverse game. They've won four of their last five and had a good win in the Challenge Cup. But Saints had an easy game last week, which is important. A lot of their players were rested so they've effectively had two weeks to prepare. I therefore think Saints could have a big advantage and if they want to top the table they need to win this. I think they can do so. Meanwhile Leeds, as much as they've been losing, they're in good enough shape and won a high-scoring reverse. They have a good record in general against Hull KR, winning each of their last five meetings, so will enter this game in a positive frame of mind. The Rhinos have scored 29 tries to Hull KR's 11 in this sequence of matches and I still fancy them to top the table. They're one of the better bets this weekend. (By Ian Milward)


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    2pts Laughing Gravy (T6) to win 10.11 at Romford at 5/4 (Best odds guranteed)

    Action from Romford and Peterborough is live on RPGTV this evening and punters are advised to wait until the 10.11 for what we think is the best bet of the night. Paul Young's Millwards Ozil (T4) boasts a good make-up in the penultimate race on the card at Romford and is expected to race into a first-bend lead if repeating the 3.67 split he clocked in a similar contest last time out. The son of Tyrur Big Mike won a sprint open here in 13.69 earlier this year, pinging from the lids and making all in emphatic fashion, and he should take all of the beating if arriving in a similar mood tonight. (By Matt Salter)

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    1pt Rose Of The Moon to win 4.40 at Cartmel at 10/1 (best odds guaranteed)

    Rose Of The Moon is used to contesting hotter races than this veterans' contest around Cartmel. Has performed with credit at Cheltenham and Punchestown over the cross-country courses in recent months, finishing fourth out of 14 behind Uncle Junior in Ireland last time. Hasn't won a race for over a year now so has slipped down the ratings and can take full advantage under top weight over this marathon distance. (By Matt Brocklebank)

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    1pt Middlesbrough to beat Norwich 1-0 at 15/2

    I'm confident in Aitor Karanka's men to win the biggest game of the season in the Football League but expect this match to be really close. I was surprised by the 3-0 success for Boro in the second leg of their play-off semi-final against Brentford and that puts them in really good shape for this final match of a long season. Norwich got the better of local rivals Ipswich 3-1 at Carrow Road but it took the dismissal of Tractor Boys defender Christophe Berra to get the Canaries flying to Wembley. There's plenty of attacking talent to like in Norwich's ranks, Gary Hooper only came on as a late substitute against Ipswich last weekend, but Boro have been the more impressive side in my eyes this season. Karanka's men have been consistent throughout the campaign and also made an impact away from the Championship by knocking Manchester City out of the FA Cup and taking Liverpool to penalties in the Capital One Cup. Boro have won both of their meetings against Norwich this term too. They won 4-0 at the Riverside back in November and held on for a 1-0 success at Carrow Road only last month. I wouldn't be surprised to see this game end in a similar way and you back Boro to win 1-0, as they have done for five of their last 13 victories, at 15/2. That scoreline prediction will provide my extra interest in this game with the Riverside club already backed for promotion. The last two Championship play-off finals have also only been decided by one goal so expect this contest to make it a hat-trick at Wembley. (By Nick Hext)

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    Tennis
    2pts Gilles Simon, Dominic Thiem and Sanitago Giraldo all to win at 1.46/1

    Simon should have the experience and know-how to see off young compatrior Lucas Pouille, who has struggled for form of late. Rising star Thiem was a tournament winner in Nice on Sunday and looks big at 4/9 to beat Briton Aljaz Bedene and Giraldo's claycourt nous looks likely to prove too much for Donald Young. Three shorties but put together they pay almost 6/4. (By Andy Schooler)

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    2pts He Got Fame (T2) to win 8.19 at Nottingham (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    Three heats of the Betfred Standard Trophy feature at Nottingham this evening and He Got Fame (T2) can blaze a trail in the first instalment at 8.19. This looks the toughest heat with Vatican Gurkha and Droopys Fellaini in opposition, but Francis Lenton's charge should have measure of those rivals to the corner and his four-timer over this track and trip (500m) last month suggests he will be tough to reel in if getting on the bunny. (By Chris Oliver)

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    1pt win Trip To Paris in 7.10 Sandown at 4/1 (best odds guaranteed)

    The Cantor Fitzgerald Investment Trusts Henry II Stakes has a mix of horses carrying penalties, returning from absences and with varying ground and trip question marks hanging over them. However, Chester Cup winner TRIP TO PARIS has only to prove he’s up to the task and judging by his effort on the Roodee he’s well worth a go at pattern level. Things didn’t go perfectly for him by any means at Chester, but Graham Lee’s ice-cool timing combined with Trip To Paris’ ability to quicken off a decent gallop meant he was able to swoop late and land the prize. Such a turn of foot is a rarity in a stayer and it marks him out as a future Group-race winner. Ed Dunlop excels with this type of horse and given he’s two from two when racing over two miles and beyond, it’s worth backing Trip To Paris to continue his progression. The main danger could be Vent De Force who looks sure to go close if he improves from his Ascot run, but there’s going to be no juice in his price given it’s contracting as I type. (By Ben Linfoot)

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    Tennis
    2pts over 31.5 games in Kevin Anderson v Yen-Hsun Lu at 4/5

    Neither of these players is at home on clay so it's hard to be confident about either producing a dominant performance. Both have decent serves too so a tie-break looks perfectly feasible at some point. If that does happen, then we'll be well on the way to landing the bet. Lu, who went close to beating a decent sort in Lukas Rosol in Geneva last week, played a decent first-round match and I don't see him being brushed aside by Anderson, who looks a rather short favourite. The Taiwanese could well grab a set which again should be enough for the bet to deliver. (By Andy Schooler)

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    2pts Gary Woodland to beat John Senden and Boo Weekley at 5/4

    My outright tip Gary Woodland is a confident selection to get off to a flying start with a sub-70 first round, which in turn should be enough to see off John Senden and Boo Weekley. The latter is in good form but was in serious pain with a back injury last weekend – far from the first time he’s been held back by such a complaint. With cold, wet conditions forecast I could easily see him struggling once more and Boo has never been reliable at the best of times. Senden meanwhile is a habitually slow starter and has broken 70 just twice from 12 opening rounds here at the Byron Nelson. Woodland on the other hand has broken 70 in the first round in each of the last four years and arrives in form which suggests he can do so again. At a course he knows and loves and with wet fairways very much in his favour, a big week is expected – starting today. (By Ben Coley)

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    2pts Coolavanny Jap (T2) to win 8.26 at Wimbledon at 8/11 (Best Odds Guaranteed)

    Greyhound Derby fever is rife at Wimbledon as the first round of the William Hill-backed Classic continues tonight with heats 11 to 22. Irish challenger Coolavanny Jap (T2) rates banker material in heat 14 at 8.26. Pat Buckley's inmate created a good impression in winning a heat and semi-final of the Scottish equivalent at Shawfield last month, showing blistering early pace on both those occasions, before finishing a respectable third in the £20,000 decider. The lightly-raced Tullymurry Act dog would appear to have all the right attributes for the Plough Lane track and he warmed up for a tilt at this year's Derby with a pleasing 28.52 in a two-dog trial. (By Matt Salter)


 
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