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Today we have tips and assessment of the Villa v Watford match this afternoon from Football Forecasts.

And we have the update from Josh Wright and final selection for the Bet 365 Handicap.

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Aston Villa v Watford

I’m surprised to see that Villa are the bookies favourites going into this game when the current form table for last 8 games shows Watford mid table with 10 points and Villa bottom with 1 point.
Villa have picked up just two points at home, Watford have picked up 8 points away, Watford were impressive last week Villa were atrocious, yet Villa are favourites.Continue Reading


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Following on from last weeks place profits Josh Wright is looking at the Bet365 Handicap Chase at Newbury this week.

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Onto our Newbury trend race and we are looking at the Bet365 Handicap Chase which is up straight after the Hennessy on Channel 4. Here’s Josh…

Sat 28/11/15 3.35 – 2m1f Handicap Chase (for the Jim Joel Memorial Trophy)


Trends (using the Trends – Profiler tool in Horse Race Base)

18 renewals, 161 runners, 47 placed horses

13/18 Top 3 LTO

  • 13/64 runners,27 places… 72% winners, 40% runners, 57% places

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Win or Draw Double

After last week’s win Jamie P ( is back with another Premier League footy bet.

Two Ws to return home undefeated this Premier League weekend

Last week we tried a new approach to our betting strategy and it paid off. The idea was to back three players at odds of 3.0 or greater on the ‘anytime scorer’ market to level stakes and if one of them came good, we’d be in profit. Well one of them did and it just so happened to be the one who was by far the biggest of the three prices. Phillip Coutinho’s goal against Manchester City meant our bet won at odds of 6.0 and delivered another good weekend for the column.

And this week we’re trying a new betting strategy. We’re going to go for a double made up of two outsiders playing away from home on the Double Chance market.

First up Watford, who were desperately unlucky to concede a late goal at home to Manchester United last week. They’re one of those sides who are set up to play on the break rather than on the front foot so it should come as no surprise to find out that their record away from home (2W, 2 D, 2L) is pretty much identical to their record at Vicarage Road (2W, 2D, 2L). As a general rule that makes them poor value at home and good value away from home.Continue Reading


Place to Lose

Another use for place ratings…

Last week I gave you a method you could use with our free place ratings cards.

This week I have come up with another idea…

But this isn’t actually for the place market it is for the main market.

I know the ratings are based around the place market but it’s worth exploring ideas even if it means using the information somewhere else.

I was having a look through them over the weekend when I noticed that although “green” rating 4’s did ok on the place market, they didn’t win that often.

So after a bit of research (and you should do your own) I found another method.Continue Reading

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