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The Trainer Stats Recap

Yesterday’s Betting Insiders Club Portfolio racing tip was a winner being backed in to 15/8F.

Today Nick from the Betting Insiders team is today giving us a recap of some of the trainer stats for today’s racing over at Hamilton and Ffos Las.

Last week’s post was frustrating as our pick for the Ebor turned out to be a non-runner. This week we look at some more trainer statistics and also have a recap on some of the trainer stats we have covered in the past.

David Brown has an excellent recent record at Hamilton. In the last 2 years he has sent out 6 winners from 14 runners at a strike rate of 43% and recorded a level stakes profit of £14.00. This year his runners are 4-11 (which is still a healthy 36% strike rate) and backing all 11 runners would have returned a profit of £8.00 to £1 stakes.

At the time of writing his Friday entries are Sir Jack Layden and Henry Morgan.

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Sri Lanka v India 3rd Test: Hosts Can Do It Even Without Sanga

In years to come this Series will be remembered for the fact that it was the last in which Sri Lankan legend Kumar Sangakkara took part. This is not the time or the place to pay homage to the brilliant left-hander but suffice to say it may well take Sri Lanka years and years to replace him. If at all.

Sangakarra decided the Second Test in this Series would be his last meaning that he won’t be around when Sri Lanka and India contest the Third Test in Colombo, starting on Friday morning. The Series is currently tied at 1-1 after Sri Lanka won the First Test at Galle by 63 runs and India hit back in the Second Test at Colombo, winning by the huge margin of 278 runs.

India start the Third Test as warm favourites – India 2.6, Sri Lanka 4.0, and the draw 2.37 -and that probably has a lot to do with the Sangakarra-shaped gap in the all-important Number 3 slot. But India have plenty of problems of their own. Wicket-keeper Wriddhiman Saha and opener Murali Vijay will miss the final Test through injury, joining classy opener Shikhar Dawan on the sidelines who was injured in the First Test and missed the Second.

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Second Ranked All Weather Selections

I have written quite a few articles for the Daily Punt about different systems idea but I tend to stick with one for a while and see what happens.

So I thought I would change and start giving a new system every week that you can take a look at and see what you think.

Like many punters out there I like to look deep through the archives to search for places that the market may not have picked up on.

From some of my articles you probably know that looking at particular ranked runners is something I like to do.

And this first system I am giving you is no different.

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That’s not what it said on the tin.

We thought this week we should mention a couple of real point pullers over the past three months based on their advised odds AND advised stakes.

The top performer based on the above criteria has been Fantastic Eights which comes from the stable at Bet Fan and has a clear profit total of 800+ point’s.

Sounds good doesn’t it?

You would have staked anywhere between 3 and 5 points on most selections.

At a cost of £38.00 every 28 days if you can get on at the prices quoted it is covering it’s subs well, but what about at starting prices to advised stakes?

We can’t always get those prices quoted can we?

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