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Starting pitchers are Robbie Ray for the hosts and Carlos Martinez for the visitors. It hasn't been an ideal month for Carlos Martinez as he returned from a month long stint on the DL in May but after 4 subpar outings, Martinez did appear to get back on track against a dangerous Indians team last Tuesday as he allowed just 2 runs in 6 innings of work and struck out 8 while issuing just 1 walk. At his best, Martinez is one of the elite pitchers in the game and we believe we're beginning to see this form again despite some severe control issues in the past month. The Diamondbacks have improved but are still wretched against right handed pitching to the tune of a .671 OPS and that number drops to .660 at home, dead last in the league in that situation. In any case, we believe Martinez's control issues appear to be sorted in the last game and the humidour effect should only help him here. On the other side, Robbie Ray is one of the hardest throwing starters in the league and it's reflected in his 13.63 K/9 he's amassed through 7 starts but in addition to control issues, he is noticeably worse against right handed batters and we believe he will have a difficult time against a Cardinals team that can start all right handers with the exception of Matt Carpenter. The hosts do own the bullpen advantage but we believe Martinez will be up to the challenge here and last deep into the game to limit the Cardinals' exposure to the bullpen. These odds are too good to pass up!
Starting pitchers are Kyle Freeland for the hosts and Madison Bumgarner for the visitors. Madison Bumgarner is coming off back to back scoreless performances as he took care of these same Rockies last Wednesday, throwing 7 shutout innings though he would be saddled with a no-decision in a game the Giants ultimately won 1-0. Nevertheless, we stand by our assessment that Bumgarner has shown some signs of decline and is no longer the elite pitcher he once was though perhaps it's merely his shoulder still not fully healed. But still, there are some subtle indicators of his declining velocity as his strikeout numbers are down and his hard contact rate has seen a steady increase since last season. Coors Field which sits at the highest elevation of all baseball stadiums is generally where these problems can be magnified and facing the same team from less than a week ago won't do Bumgarner any favours either. It's also worth mentioning that against southpaws at home, the Rockies have the highest OPS in the league at .885! On the other side, Kyle Freeland has done well enough pitching at Coors Field as he carries an xFIP of 4.16 at home but his struggles against right handers are especially magnified here and against a Giants team that should have all but 1 or 2 left handers in the lineup should pose a healthy challenge. Furthermore, Freeland is also facing this same Giants team from last Wednesday and while he did pitch well, also throwing 7 shutout innings, he benefited from a low BABIP and a 100% LOB%. Bullpens are hardly reliable for either side and doubly so at elevation. We see runs for both sides!
Sent Early morning - If you want all our MLB and US sport bets - Sign up to our h'capping service - Starting pitchers are Jake Arrieta for the hosts and Gio Gonzalez for the visitors. Arrieta has perhaps done well to mask his decline but it's evident that he's no longer an elite pitcher and aside from a high ground ball rate, there is very little that he does better than average. Arrieta's strikeout rate of 6.32 K/9 is his lowest since his rookie season and he has been extremely prone to the long ball, with 7 allowed inhis last 5 starts. This doesn't bode well against a Nationals team that hits these type of pitchers well while struggling against the hard throwers. On the other side, Gio Gonzalez has been struggling of late as well as he enters this game on the back of 3 straight losses and 13 runs allowed over 11 innings during that span. It's safe to say that Gonzalez is regressing to his true form and with his dip in velocity, we believe there's more in store for the southpaw who has terrible splits against right handers and will likely face 8 of 9 hitters hitting from the right side. The Nationals' bullpen is still one of the best in the NL but the Phillies' relievers are average at best and in any case, we see enough fireworks early to send this over the total!
Here is an earlier bet we sent out - Don't forget to sign up for our season football syndicate bets today, because you only pay 1/3rd of the price (€650 instead of €2000) Croatia won all three games in group D, and they really haven’t done anything wrong. In fact, we have observed a team that are gelling well together, albeit we are still of the opinion that they are fairly limited. Furthermore, if we are being really analytical, the Vatreni seemed to be meeting opponents at the right time. By that we mean Argentina have been massive under performers at this tournament, while Nigeria started the tournament slowly. Beating Iceland means very little, because bench players were used and their opponents were chasing to stay in the tournament and easily picked off. Denmark were a tad fortunate to beat Peru, although to be fair Los Incas are a very decent team. Nevertheless, they got the job done, and followed up with a solid draw against Australia. A last round handshake match with France was enough to qualify, and here they are in the last 16. If the Danish Dynamite have a weakness it’s going to be in the final third, and that’s why they are not scoring many. However, they do at least have a very strong back line which consists of Chelsea centre back Christiansen and skipper Simon Kjaer. Then of course their is probably the best GK in the tournament in Kasoper Schmeichel, so they won’t be easy to break down. The biggest challenge for Denmark is going to be controlling the midfield, but with the likes of Eriksen and Delaney they have a couple of jokers. We accept Croatia have a favourites chance, but these odds are badly biased. Denmark are going to make like hard for their opponents, and we can certainly see them getting the better of the argument. In any case, for this bet to land we need the Dynamite to hold out for 90 minutes.
Last day of our offer for a full SYNDICATE football season offer for just €650 instead of €2000 (July 25 to end of may 2019) + All Wimbledon bets for free to fill in and get you started. ——— We have been winning for twenty years - you can too firstname.lastname@example.org ———— Internally, we have been watching all the replays and discussing this game at length. Our conclusion is that Russia don’t have enough firepower to threaten a team with the quality of Spain. With that said, La Roja haven’t overly impressed us in beating Iran (1-0) and drawing with Morocco (2-2). Spain won group E courtesy of scoring more goals than second placed Portugal. However, at one stage Fernando Hierro’s men appeared to be heading home, and to be fair they probably deserved that fate. Afterall, the 2010 champions tried to keep things minimalistic against an already out opponent, and their own arrogance is clearly getting in the way. While we have Spain has clear favourites for this match, we don’t believe this ageing team will be serious title contenders. Afterall, they are likely to suffer fatigue when the matches come closer together. Furthermore, they are conceding goals too easily, and for some reason or the other goalkeeper David de Gea looks very nervous. With all that said their opponent today is an average Russia, a team which only have one way of playing. By that we mean Stanislav Cherchesov’s take the direct route to goal. And, while it works against mentally weaker sides it’s unlikely to function against those with more technical capabilities. Team Spain are almost certain to win this match, here’s hoping it’s by more than one goal. The good thing about this stage of the tournament is matches should be decided by bigger margins, because teams heading out have nothing to lose by taking bigger risks late in the game.
Here is a Premium freebie - sign up for the big juicy ones that have made over 75K profit for 100 stakes - Those wanting a second income for just €100 per month - email@example.com. ——— It’s easy to see the logic in dropping INTIFADAH back in distance, because he only weakened late on in his last race here. With that said, it took him a while to get active that day, so maybe he’s simply not that good. On that note he was rated 22 pounds inferior to THAMES KNIGHT on the flat, and we can see that one finishing in front of him. However, we would fancy last time winning chaser ERIC THE THIRD to trump them both, because Tim Vaughan’s nine year old is 13 pounds lower over hurdles and if anything he should be just has good at this game. Add to that he’s receiving 13 and 14 pounds from the top two, and the reason for the bet becomes clear.
Starting pitchers are Tyler Mahle for the hosts and Jhoulys Chacin for the visitors. Jhoulys Chacin's 3.82 ERA is about the only thing that looks decent for the veteran right hander as a deeper look into his stats show very little encouragement at the moment. Chacin's K rate of 6.95 is the lowest it's been since 2014 and his walk rate of 3.91 BB/9 has been elevated from years' past as well. But more importantly, Chacin simply hasn't been getting the ground ball outs that's he's relied on his entire career and his contact management skills have been extremely poor this season. Great American Ballpark can be very unforgiving to fly ball pitchers and Chacin's fly ball rate of 37.0% is the highest since 2012 when he was pitching half of his games at Coors Field. Furthermore, Chacin will have to deal with a left handed heavy lineup and he has struggled in that regard with an xFIP of 5.73 against lefties vs 3.89 against righties. On the other side, Tyler Mahle has some of the similar issues that Chacin has but to a much lesser extreme and in any case, Mahle has fared much better at home than away this season. Mahle will also have fewer left handed bats to deal with as Christian Yelich is day to day with a back injury and Jonathan Villar has been struggling lately. In addition, right handed Lorenzo Cain remains on the DL for the visitors. The Brewers have the advantage in the bullpen but we believe the pitching matchup is firmly in favour of the hosts and we have them as the clear favourites here!
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We didn’t really want to give a free racing bet today, but no football or tennis leaves freemium users short. - Here is one of our highly lucrative five premium bets, sign up and join paid service for the best stuff - CAMOMILE LAWN won despite not getting a clear run at the last meeting here. Being put up 4 pounds for that effort isn’t a big rise, and she should get the trip. We would happily take her for the forecast, but for the winner its got to be FRESH TERMS. Ralph Beckett’s three year old was given too much to do at Doncaster, so no surprise to see a change in jockey. Trainer in form, step up in trip, fast ground and mark of just 66 are all positives!