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Spreadex Weekly Sports Update

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Scott Brown takes his tee-shot on the 16th at the Barclays. But what happens next? Click the play button below to see for yourself!



We have upgraded our in-play football pages online to include graphical displays for each live match. The pages will now show team line-ups, a live commentary updating the action as it happens and graphical updates of the numbers of corners, yellow cards, red cards, penalties etc. See it in action for our live Europa games tonight including Petrolul Ploiesti v Swansea at 6.30pm and Spurs v Dinamo Tbilisi at 8.05pm.

The 12.45pm game in the Premier League on Saturday sees Man City host Hull. Will Manuel Pellegrini’s side hold firm against the visitors after conceding three goals last time out? We’re quoting Hull’s Total Goals at 0.45-0.65.

There are three 3pm kick-offs including Cardiff v Everton (Eve/Car 0.15-0.35), Newcastle v Fulham (New/Ful 0.3-0.5) and West Ham v Stoke (WHU/Sto 0.4-0.6).

At 5.30pm Crystal Palace go head-to-head with Sunderland. Neither side has notched up a victory so far this season, will either of them get it here? Our Supremacy quote is Palace/Sunderland 0-0.2.

It’s derby time on Sunday as Liverpool take on Man Utd in the 1.30pm match. Brendan Rodgers' side have a 100% record in the league so far. Will this continue? Our Supremacy quote is Liverpool/Man Utd 0-0.2.

At 4pm it’s the North London Derby. In the corresponding game last term the Gunners triumphed 5-2. Will Arsenal heap more misery on AVB? We have Arsenal at 21/20 for the win, with Spurs 5/2 and the draw 12/5.

Don’t forget that we are also live with our long term markets including Season Points, League Index, Relegation Index, Season Specials and Trophy Trail as well as Championship and lower league season points.

We will also be covering the, Championship, League One, League Two, Conference, Scottish, Russian Premier League, German, French and Spanish Leagues.

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Defending champion Andy Murray may have made it safely through the first round against Michael Llodra, but the action continues with a number of tasty looking matches.

John Isner v Gael Monfils is the pick of the men’s round two clashes and we have Monfils as favourite with a quote of Isner/Monfils 7-10. 

In the ladies competition Serena Williams continues the defence of her title today against Galina Voskoboeva. Will it be a walk in the park for her? Her Total Points quote is currently 62-66. Later on in the evening Wozniak and Azarenka go head-to-head, with X-Courts currently 30-35.

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After defeat in the Ashes, Australia will be looking for revenge as they face England again in the Twenty20 version of the game. We can’t choose between the sides at the moment and are quoting both teams at 10/11 for the win.

Elsewhere we have coverage of Zimbabwe v Pakistan and the Australian v England ladies.   

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The US Tour this week comes from TPC Boston for the Deutsche Bank Championship. Rory McIlroy is the reigning champion, but leading the way in the betting are Tiger Woods and Adam Scott.

The European Tour is at the Celtic Manor Resort for the ISPS Handa Wales Open. Phillip Price is hoping to become the first home winner of the tournament, but will have to see off Bernd Wiesberger, Ross Fisher and Miguel Angel Jim name to name a few.

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Friday’s Super League fixture sees Warrington trying to close in on the League Leaders Shield as they face St Helens. The win is far from guaranteed though as St Helens come into this one on a run of form. This one is too close to call at the moment and we have a quote of 1.5 choice.

We will also be covering the action in the Currie Cup, ITM Cup, NRL and the French top 14.

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Motor Racing

There is no racing this week, so why not turn your attention to our long term markets?  With eight more races to go, we are quoting Sebastian Vettel’s Champinoship Points at 310-316 (currently 197 from 11 races). Fernando Alonso Points are 247-253 (so far 151), Lewis Hamilton 232-238 (139), Kimi Raikkonen 213-219 (134) and Mark Webber 180-186 (115).


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