IF YOU ARE HERE BUT NOT SUBSCRIBED THEY YOU ARE NOT SERIOUS ABOUT WINNING FROM HORSE-RACING. LIMITED PLACES, ADMIN@BETTING-ANALYST.COM ——— The thing with COBRA DE MAI is he goes well fresh. In fact, his last two wins came following 111 and 115 day breaks, so coming into this on the back of 155 days off shouldn’t be an issue. Furthermore, their should be more improvement in the five year old, and his trainer (Dan Skelton) doesn’t leave them half cooked. Conditions appear ideal and a few of those around him look h’capped beyond their best.
When these two met at this years French open, Sloane Stephens mopped the floor with Anett Kontaveit. In fact, following a gutless effort from her opponent the American won that match 6-2 6-0. Sloane surprisingly went on to make the final of that tournament, but was beaten by Simona Halep. A look through Stephens profile suggests she’s either on, or off! By that we mean she’s really fired up and beating the best, or losing to the likes of Petkovic (Washington) and Mertens (Cincinnati). Her level of effort here is a bet within itself! If Sloane is hard to weight up, then Kontaveit is impossible. The 22 year old Estonian again showed how gutless she could be in losing in three sets to Strycova at last weeks Tokyo. However, prior to that she had shown her other face by beating Mladenovic, so their you have it! We don’t trust either, but we do remember how bad Sloane was at this tournament last year! Its all about the odds!
Have this PREMIUM bet on us - Want to join subscription bets for a special deal price of just €400 upto end of 2018 (3.3 months) - email@example.com ———Prior to the season starting we believed home advantage would increase in this seasons Belgium Jupiler. Afterall, it’s usually a league with close to 50% home wins, but last year was nearer 40. As it stands, hosts won 45.4% of matches played, so maybe that’s a number we will have to work with! To get straight to the point, we actually like the visitors here. Antwerp have done incredibly well since being promoted to the top league (end of 15/16), and a current third place is a good reflection of how much they improved. The visitors enter this match with St Truiden on the back of a 4-3-0, and in the last round Frederic Leidgens side thrashed Waregem with an easy 5-1. Antwerp also won matches in Charleroi and Mouscron, plus they drew in Anderlecht (1-1). The Great Old ended last season eight, but they were the fifth best traveller. In fact, that’s the thing with this side, they are perfectly set for playing on the road. If we go back to last season, St Truiden took 27 of their 37 points at home. Back to back wins against Gent and Oostende suggest the Canaries are coming good, and the last time they played Antwerp at home the won 4-0. However, we should add that was in the Europa league group, and earlier in the season it was the visitors who went away with a 0-3 win! We like Antwerp a lot!
Ajla Tomljanovic must be ecstatic about making the final of Seoul, because she's been having a really good season albeit at a lower level. However, we have to point out that the 25 year old took the hard route to the final, since she needed three sets to win all four matches. We should also add that the Croatian has never won a WTA final, and she also trails todays opponent 1-0 on head to heads. Kiki Bertens is clearly feeling good on these courts. The Dutch girl marched easily through all four of her matches, and in the last round the 26 year old disposed of the useful Sakkari 6-4 6-2. To be blunt - This should be just as easy as the rest of this weeks matches for her opponent. Lets not tempt fate with games, just go for a straight set win!
Naomi Osaka considers herself Japanese, and she's clearly out to make a good impression in the land of her mother. The recent US open winner is one of the few bright lights coming through, and she should certainly have the measure of todays opponent Karolina Pliskova. Back in march Osaka made a statement by easily beating Pliskova in the quarter finals of Indian Wells, a tournament she went on to win. And, since then she's won her first grand slam, and made it to number 7 in the world. While the 20 year olds opponent is just one ranking place behind, we can't compare the former number one's season to that of Naomi. Furthermore, the Czech usually struggles against better players, so only one winner here and she should cover.
THIS IS A FOOTBALL PREMIUM BET - You can get our coverage for all the premier league matches on this link http://betting-analyst.com/blog/42 ————————————Crystal Palace are an interesting bet at decent odds. While the Eagles have yet to take a point at Selhurst Park this season, they are usually up for it in front of their own crowd. And, to be fair, Roy Hodgson’s side were good enough to beat both Fulham (0-2) and Huddersfield (0-1) on the road, so they should have what it takes to beat Newcastle. We thought the Magpies were poor against Arsenal (1-2), and if anything the scoreline was generous on their effort. The fact is Rafa Benitez’s men have yet to win a league match this season, and they seem to be lacking any real urgency. Maybe the usual pantomime going on at the club isn’t helping, either way they look beatable!
Both schools are coming off disappointing losses as Auburn lost their showdown to LSU last week in a game we felt they could have dominated, and Arkansas getting blown out by North Texas. The Razorbacks have looked particularly bad, allowing 20 points to FCS school Eastern Illinois in Week 1 then following that up with an outright loss at Colorado St after building a commanding lead by the 3rd quarter. Nevertheless, we believe last week's defeat to North Texas was a bit misleading as most of the damage was a result of 6 turnovers in addition to special teams gaffes. Ty Storey has been named the QB and we believe he is the right choice to run Chad Morris's offense. Auburn still brings one of the top teams in the country and the home field advantage should be significant but one factor that shouldn't be understated is that Tigers' coach Gus Malzahn and Razorbacks' coach Chad Morris are close friends dating back to their high school coaching days. We just can't see Malzahn wanting to run the score up too much here and at any rate, Arkansas actually did quite well against one of the top quarterbacks in the country in Mason Fine last week and Tigers' QB Jarrett Stidham has been inconsistent at times with poor decision making. We believe this is a few points too many!
It's been a dreadful start to the season for new Seminoles coach Willie Taggart as his team enters this game 1-2 with their lone win coming against FCS school Samford in a game that Samford led in the 4th quarter. The Seminoles OL has been a major weakness but we believe facing a horrendous Huskies secondary should provide some relief as Taggart should utilize tempo and quick throws to short and intermediate routes to move the ball. Both sides have some playmakers on offense but we believe the Seminoles defense should make the difference here. Perception is low on the Seminoles but we believe they simply have too much talent here for the Huskies!
Alabama has looked unstoppable this season with 3 blowout wins over Louisville, Arkansas St and Ole Miss. Nevertheless, this Texas A&M defense will be the best they've seen this year and the Aggies looked mighty impressive in their Week 2 28-26 loss to Clemson. The Aggies defense held up extremely well against both the run and pass and will be challenged here with the emergence of top college quarterback Tua Tagovailoa for the Crimson Tide. Nevertheless, it's the Aggies' QB Kellen Mond that's been a welcome surprise for Jimbo Fisher as Mond was able to throw for 430 yards against Clemson and his mobility kept Clemson's NFL-grade DL at bay. We expect a similar game plan against a Tide DL that's every bit as good as the Tigers' and this should also be personal to Fisher as perhaps a substitute for last year's game against Alabama while coaching Florida St that saw the Seminoles extremely competitive before QB DeAndre Francois went down with a season ending injury. In any case, we're having a hard time seeing nearly 4 touchdowns of difference here!
Maryland showed their inconsistency last week as they followed up wins over Texas and Bowling Green by laying a dud against Temple at home. The Terrapins would lose 35-14 in a game where they couldn't muster a single point on the offensive end, relying on 2 special teams touchdowns. Minnesota enters this game at 3-0 with an impressive win over Fresno St in Week 2. Maryland owns one of the more dynamic backfields in college football but their quarterback play has been dreadful aside from their week 1 upset over the Longhorns. The Golden Gophers arguably bring the best defense that the Terrapins have seen this season thus far and we believe they will be made one-dimensional in that regard. On the other side, the Golden Gophers have a more balanced offensive attack but an injury to Zack Annexstad last week makes us question if he's completely healthy. In any case, we believe the Gophers go with a conservative game run heavy gameplan and believe this total is a tick too high.
The Scott Frost era hasn't gotten off to an ideal start as the Huskers enter this game at 0-2 after losing twice as a home favourite to first Colorado then Troy last week. For Michigan, it was another disappointing result for coach Jim Harbaugh in Week 1 as he again came up short in a "big game", losing 24-17 to Notre Dame but the Wolverines followed it up with wins over Western Michigan and SMU. Ole Miss transfer QB Shea Patterson is now the face of this Michigan program and while he hasn't put up gaudy numbers, we believe they have a competent QB under center and his chemistry with 5 star recruit Donovan Peoples-Jones has been budding the past 2 weeks. The biggest question for Nebraska is the health of starting QB Adrian Martinez who didn't play last week but all reports are that he is healthy, mobile and should be back under center for this game. It's no secret that Frost loves to employ tempo and while defense has been Harbaugh's M.O., we believe the bitter history between these schools and between the coaches from Frost's time at UCF should lend itself to an open game that should see both sides get their scoring chances.
Starting pitchers are Rich Hill for the hosts and Jacob Nix for the visitors. Jacob Nix has struggled in his rookie season as he enters this game with a 5.75 ERA and an xFIP not much better at 5.53. Nix has been fairly reliable getting groundballs in the minors but he has seen his fly ball rate skyrocket to 42.1% after 4 starts where his cumulative fly ball percentage exceeded 50%. Nix's hard contact rate has been on the rise as well and this does not bode well against the best hitting team in the NL with plenty of power from both sides of the plate. On the other side, Rich Hill has been more or less a league average pitcher but he has shown reverse platoon splits which is rare for a southpaw. The Padres do have some right handed power and Hill has been susceptible to the long ball but his numbers are better across the board against righties and the Padres didn't show any intention of utilizing a left handed heavy lineup when they met back in August. The visitors do have the superior bullpen but we see a sizable advantage early for the hosts.