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I mentioned a few websites last week in the eletter for you to check out and use this new football season. Mother Russia begins her league. Austria begins its Bundesliga this weekend, the Romanians are with us ( Hooray!), as are the Croats ( get a haircut Modric!),...
Gareth Waistcoat, erstwhile manager of England, got a tune out of Harry kane to end a run of 1-0 wins with a rather satisfying 2-0 v the Germans . It’s Ukraine in Rome next on Saturday for Eng-er-land. Can they keep the clean sheets alive? Will Thomas Muller consent...
Wimbledon begins next week ( Come on Tim, I mean Andy, sorry I meant Kyle ( and our Heather). I would recommend you look at summer tennis, particularly the Grand Slams. Here’s a strategy which had a near 100% strike rate at the French Open. It is unique to men’s Grand...
A few weeks back I relayed an article about a profitable little angle in regards to backing favourites in Class 1 races throughout the UK Flat turf season. This involved a simple three bet process with a 1-2-3pt staking plan reverting to 1pt when we get a winner. Also...
Thanks to Andrew David and Mr. Wiseman for their analyses of Andrew’s racing strategy. Andrew would like me to pass on some more distinctions, particularly regarding the staking plans. Following on from Andrew David’s newsletter last week with details of the...
The Flat season is now getting in full swing and already two of the classics have been run, the 1000 and 2000 Guineas. We have the Derby (June 5th), Epsom Oaks (for fillies) and the St Ledger to come. The above are what they call the Group 1 ‘Classics’. However there...