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After the excitement of the final round of World Cup Qualifiers we return to league action this weekend with a selection of fixtures to make your mouth water.
Newcastle and Liverpool meet in Saturday’s 12.45pm kick-off at St James’s Park and there have been some classic encounters between these two over the years.
Liverpool scored six with no reply away to the Toon back in April and for this one we’re quoting Total Goals at 2.85-3.05.
There are six 3pm starts in the Premier League this week including; Arsenal v Norwich (Ars/Nor 1.6-1.8), Chelsea v Cardiff (Che/Car 1.9-2.1), Everton v Hull (Eve/Hull 1.15-1.35), Man Utd/
Southampton (ManU/Sou 0.95-1.15), Stoke/West Brom (Sto/WBA 0.15-0.35) and Swansea v Sunderland (Swa/Sun 1-1.2).
West Ham host Man City at 5.30pm with both sides in good spirits after morale-boosting victories last time out. Will one team come crashing back down to earth? Our Supremacy quote in
this one is Man City/West Ham (h) 0.75-0.95.
The Sunday 4pm match sees a smarting Tottenham side travel to Birmingham as they take on Aston Villa. After a 3-0 defeat at the hands of ‘Big Sam’, can AVB’s side return to winning
ways? Our Supremacy quote is Tottenham/Aston Villa (h) 0.45-0.65.
The final game of the weekend is a London derby between Crystal Palace and Fulham. The visitors triumphed 3-1 when they last met back in 2005. What will happen this time around? We
have Palace at 13/8, with Fulham at 9/5 and the draw 11/5.
Don’t forget that our Champions League long term prices are now available. Our Outright Index sees Bayern Munich at 52-55, Barcelona 51-54, Real Madrid 50-53, Atletico Madrid 27-30,
Man City 25-28, Chelsea 24-27, Man United and PSG 23-26 and Arsenal 21-24. Other markets available include Group Indices, Fixed Odds Winner, and Fixed Odds Group Winners.
We will also be covering the lower leagues as well as action in Italy, Spain, Germany, Russia, America and selected other live fixtures.
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It’s only been running for two years but already British Champions Day at Ascot has become firmly ensconced into the racing calendar as a grand finale to the flat season.
The richest raceday of the year in the UK takes place on Saturday and we’ll be covering all the action with our vast array of spreads and fixed odds, including our new Aggregate Markets.
This weekend is also where the jumps season springs to life with The Showcase at Cheltenham.
For a reminder of how our Aggregate Card Markets work, these markets combine all our usual Card Markets across different meetings in a day in one overall spread for you to play on.
E.g. Our Aggregate Card Winning Distances would be the total of all the distances won by, across all races at all nominated meetings in one day. This principle applies to other Card Markets such as Double Numbers, Favourites, Starting Prices, 2nd to 3rd Distances etc.
It also applies to some of our new Card Markets including Favourites x 10 and Squared Numbers. We have added a new rule to explain these markets; rule w) on page 16 of our Sports Spread Betting Rulebook, which you can see here.
We also offer a full range of fixed odds horse racing prices including accumulators, multiples and each-way betting.Click here to see our horse spread betting and horse racing fixed odds betting prices.Or click here to find out more about horse racing spread betting.
There is Rugby Union action this evening (Thursday) as Wasps entertain Bayonne in week two of the European Challenge Cup. Both sides go into this game with one win apiece in Pool 4, but the English sides are favourites with a quote of Wasps/Bayonne 9-12.
Rugby’s big weekend continues on Friday as there are two matches involving English sides taking place in the Heineken Cup. Saracens host Toulouse looking to build on last week’s victory (Sar/Tou 3-6) and Leicester host Treviso hoping to put their opening round defeat behind them (Lei/Tre 20-23).
For Outright prices, we’re industry-best price on Clermont (6/1), Leinster (8/1) and Ulster (14/1) to win the competition. For the Aviva Premiership Outright, we’re also industry best price on Saracens and Leicester at 15/8 and 5/2 respectively.
We are covering most of the weekend’s Heineken Cup games in running and have live prices on games in the ITM Cup, Currie Cup, Challenge Cup and International matches.
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The U.S. tour golf this week comes from TPC Summelin in Las Vegas for the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Hideki Matsuyama tied for third at last week’s Frys.com Open, will he challenge this week? If not, he will face competition from Zach Johnson, Nick Watney and Webb Simpson.
The European tour stops at Lake Karrinyup Country Club for the ISPS Perth International. Can Bo Van Pelt hold onto the title he won 12 months ago? Dustin Johnson, Paul Casey and Ross Fisher will be trying to make sure he doesn’t.
Elsewhere we also have prices on the Greater Hickory Classic, the Grand Slam of Golf and the Hanabank Championship.
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Our traders don’t seem overly impressed with the Ashes squad, which includes uncapped trio Gary Ballance, Boyd Rankin and Ben Stokes and surprising calls for Monty Panesar and Michael Carberry.
We are currently offering the biggest price in the industry on England to retain the Ashes at 8/15 and on England to win the series at 11/10.
Elsewhere, the action continues today (Thursday) as South Africa continue their Test against Pakistan. We are also covering the ODI matches between India and Australia. We have the home side as favourites in Saturday’s third game of the series with a quote of India/Australia 10-20.
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We’re into week 7 of the NFL season with the action getting underway in the early hours on Friday morning with the Arizona Cardinlas hosting the division-leading Seattle Seahawks in a pivitol NFC West clash. Our Supremacy quote in this one is Seattle/Arizona 5.5 - 7.5.
Our other live NFL games this weekend are; Cincinnati @ Detroit (Det/Cin 1-3), Dallas @ Philadelphia (Phi/Dal 1.5-3.5), Baltimore @ Pittsburgh (Pit/Bal 0.5-2.5), Houston @ Kansas (Kan/Hou 6.5-8.5), Denver @ Indianapolis (Den/Ind 6-8)and Minnesota @ NY Giants (NYG/Min 2.5-4.5).
We have a non-live service on all the other fixtures.
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We will be covering the action in the ATP Moscow over the weekend as the game’s biggest names look to triumph in Russia.
In the WTA the action comes again from Moscow as well as Luxembourg. Tonight’s action sees number one seed Caroline Wozniacki take on Romania’s Monica Niculescu. Can the great Dane overcome problems in her personal life and triumph here? Wozniacki/Niculescu 12-15.
Looking ahead we have long-term fixed odds prices already available for next year’s Australian Open with Novak Djokovic 7/4, Rafael Nadal 15/8, Andy Murray 4/1, Juan Martin Del Potro 14/1 and once-mighty Roger Federer 18/1. In the ladies section Serena Williams leads the way at 11/10 with Victoria Azarenka 3/1 and Maria Sharapova 7/1.
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The Championship League Darts continues today (Thursday) with a number of interesting matches.
Ian White takes on Mervyn King at 5.15pm (King/White 0.5-3.5), while Gary Anderson and Colin Lloyd lock horns at 5.45pm (Anderson/Lloyd 5.5-8.5).
We will be covering all of the Championship League Darts in-running of the coming days. Click here to see our darts spread betting and darts racing fixed odds betting prices.Or click here to find out more about darts racing spread betting.
There may be no race this week and Sebastian Vettel is all but home regarding the championship, however how many points do you think he will end up scoring?
The German has won five Grand Prixs in a row and currently has 297 points with four races remaining.
Four more victories would see him up to a massive 397 total, however, our traders are quoting him at 367-371. We also have Fernando Alonso at 251-255 (207 so far), Kimi Raikkonen at 219-223 (177 so far) and Lewis Hamilton at 206-210 (161 so far).
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