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  • Pick of the day 10/2

    no one asleep so i am opening...


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  • #2
    Genclerbirligi-Denizlispor 1 2.25@ centrebet

    Firstly i want to warn you about the cups.This is a Turkish Cup clash and as u know cups have no favours never.This is the quarter final clash and only one leg elimination.Genclerbirligi having a dissapointing season at the moment.They far from their aim as past years.They are bad at league and conceeding much goals.Some of their players were at africa nations cup and they returned exept one of them.They have to win this cup for their europe aim.They still continuing their way at uefa.On the other hand Denizlispor is the best anatolian team at Turkey now.They are also one of the best away team at league.They beat also Genclerbirligi at away league clash.But situations are different now.Denizlispor playing for league and Gencler is playing for cup.Draw is also possible at this clash but i really liked home odds.Finally i want to remind u about this is a cup match
    2-0 WON
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    • #3
      BIATHLON
      World Championship Oberhof - Womens 15 km

      Martina Glagow to win @ 5,00 (2,50 :? ) (Ladbrokes)

      Comments here:
      http://bettingadvice.com/showPredict...Menu=310#19971

      PS: Oh well I know 2,50 is max odds allowed, but since competition is called Pick of the day I have to pick my best bet of today, raight? Since the majority of my not have odds under 2,50 is my chances in the competition small but I try anyway :wink:

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      • #4
        Novak J. v Sluiter R. @ 2.6 @ Gamebookers

        The reason for this pick, is pure motivation. I beleive that after injury problems Novak came to this tournament to loose his first game and go home (he doesnt want to withdraw and pay the money fine). The fact that Novak's regular doubles partner Palla is playing with Kollman.. which means Palla knows Novak is going to loose and leave this small money tournament.

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        • #5
          Utah Jazz (+7) @ Portland Trailblazers -> pick Utah Jazz
          ->odds 1.85 at Interwetten
          Pick Won
          Final Score : Utah Jazz 86 - 81 Portland Traiblazers


          A big trade between the Portland Trailblazers and the Atlanta Hawks, which sent Portland's Rasheed Wallace and Wesley Person to Atlanta, in exchange for Shareef Abdur-Rahim, Theo Ratliff and Dan Dickau.

          Also, as if that weren't enough, Utah have been able to cover 7 of their last 10 meetings with Portland. Besides that, Utah will be itching to avenge the recent 87-73 home loss to the Portland.

          All in all, Utah should be able to at least cover against this understaffed Portland team.

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          • #6
            Pick4

            Luton v Brighton English Div 2 Tues.

            6th Brighton Pld 29 46 pts.
            10th Luton Town Pld 27 42 pts.

            Luton home wins 9 from 14 played.[3 draws]
            Brighton away wins 3 from 14 played.[4 draws]

            Luton Last 5 Home 3 1 1
            Brighton Last 5 Away 1 1 3

            Recent Head-to-Head Results
            D2 25-Aug-03 Brighton & Hove Albion 2 - 0 Luton Town

            Team news [bbc]
            Luton have slight doubts over Matthew Spring (foot) and Kevin Foley (leg) but both are expected to be passed fit.
            Adrian Forbes (knee) is still missing, while Alan Neilson (calf) and Paul Hughes (tibia) are not ready to return.

            Brighton will be without injured pair Ben Roberts and John Piercy with ankle problems.

            Nathan Jones is back after suspension, while goalkeeper Stuart Jones should make his full debut after replacing Roberts on Saturday.
            ================================================== ==
            Luton have not lost for 5 games and they must take this chance to close the gap on the playoff teams which include Brighton.

            However Brighton have only lost 1 in 5 and have had good home wins against Barnsley and division leaders Plymouth before drawing at bottam placed Wycombe who are playing for thier 2nd div lives.

            Cant see them slipping up here after already beating Luton this season but also cannot see Lutons good home record letting them down.

            0/3 so far and not trying to finish last but do think this will be an x.

            My pick:
            Luton v Brighton Draw @ 3.20 Ladbrokes [2.5 for comp]

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            • #7
              Leicester(0) Vs Bolton(0) :arrow: away :arrow: 1.9@Pinnacle

              Read my comments here: http://www.1x2betting.com/index.php?...at&ids=1&idc=6

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              • #8
                First a question to the moderators:
                I want to take Centrebet's offer for Glagow to finish at top 3 @ 1.75
                The problem is that Bridges has taken Glagow to win the race @ 5.00
                In my eyes this seems not to be the same bet although the same athlete is involved. Can you confirm if I can take this as my POD so that I can write some arguments?
                Thanks

                That is ok by me. /Per

                Ok, thanks Per.
                So....Let me change it a bit then. I have found the same offer in Nordicbet for 1.85 so the bet stands with different book.

                Glagow to finish in top3 @ 1.85 @ Nordicbet

                Our tipster Bridges has already given his prediction that Glagow will win this race but I have firm belief that she will be in the top 3. The competition is 15 km and for every missed shot a minute will be added. This creates already an advantage for good shooters like Glagow. Combined with her lately increased speed and the deteriorating form of certain 'good' runners I think that the race will be won by either Poiree, Glagow or Bogali. Hopefully Glagow so that both me and Bridges will be happy!!! :wink:
                I have relied heavily on Glagow in real life too....

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                • #9
                  Leeds United - Wolverhampton ,AH(0:+1/2) AWAY@1.65(G'bookers)

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                  profit: +80
                  status: 1/1
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                  Leeds and Wolves, the Premiership's bottom two clubs, meet for a six-pointer basement battle.

                  Leeds United
                  >Leeds United manager Eddie Gray has confirmed that fans' favourite David Batty has played his last game for the struggling Yorkshire outfit

                  >Defenders Michael Duberry, who has a rib injury, and Lucas Radebe, who has a hamstring problem, are again out.

                  >The defeat in the Black Country at the end of last year was Gray's first in this current spell in charge. Leeds haven't lost a home League game against the Midlanders in 23 years since the 1-3 defeat in the old First Division on 21 March 1981, but they've only met four times in the League at Elland Road since then

                  Availble players:Robinson, Kelly, Harte, Morris, Camara, Caldwell, Barmby, Viduka, Pennant, McPhail, Smith, Bakke, Johnson, Matteo, Lennon, Domi, Richardson, Kilgallon, Milner, Carson.


                  Wolves
                  >David Jones believes his Wolves players can take all three points off Leeds on Tuesday - if they play as well as they did against Arsenal.He said:"We know it's going to be tough and very nervy because of the position of both teams in the table. But my players are all up for it - and we want the victory. If they give their best, we'll be alright," said Jones. "You've got to be successful and my players believe
                  they can stay in the Premiership."

                  >Wolves will never have a better chance of picking up a first away top flight maximum, on paper at least, since their 1-0 success against Liverpool at Anfield in January 1984.

                  >Wolves have won their last three League and Cup meetings with Leeds, culminating in the 3-1 home success on 28 December.
                  Wanderers came from behind, Steffen Iversen got a brace and Dominic Matteo of Leeds was sent off. It was Wolves' first win for two months and sets them up for one of only four possible 'doubles'.

                  >Paul Ince serves the second of his two-match suspension while Shaun Newton is not expected to recover from his recent
                  injury in time to play.

                  Availble players:Jones; Irwin, Naylor, Butler, Craddock, Rae, Cameron, Kennedy, Miller, Ganea, Cort, Iversen, Newton, Clyde, Silas, Gudjonsson, Luzhny, Oakes

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                  My Verdictraw
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                  • #10
                    Maybe I should stop betting on German football... :roll:

                    6th pick and SM-Liigaa

                    Jokerit - TPS Home win @ 2,15 (Centrebet)

                    prediction:
                    http://bettingadvice.com/showPredict...php?idMenu=240

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                    • #11
                      A. Smashnova - Pistolesi v T. Golovin 2 2.370 @ pinnacle
                      16 year old golovin was the big surprise of the Aussie Open. She beat Pistolesi on the second round 2-0 and lost to lisa raymond on the 4th round. if she serves good no way pistolesi can stop her. she is also good in front of the net.
                      Pistolesi does not like indoor surfaces and her overall record is 14W-24L inodoors.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by elmo
                        Leeds United - Wolverhampton ,AH(0:+1/2) AWAY@1.65(G'bookers)

                        ----------
                        profit: +80
                        status: 1/1
                        ----------
                        Leeds and Wolves, the Premiership's bottom two clubs, meet for a six-pointer basement battle.

                        Leeds United
                        >Leeds United manager Eddie Gray has confirmed that fans' favourite David Batty has played his last game for the struggling Yorkshire outfit

                        >Defenders Michael Duberry, who has a rib injury, and Lucas Radebe, who has a hamstring problem, are again out.

                        >The defeat in the Black Country at the end of last year was Gray's first in this current spell in charge. Leeds haven't lost a home League game against the Midlanders in 23 years since the 1-3 defeat in the old First Division on 21 March 1981, but they've only met four times in the League at Elland Road since then

                        Availble players:Robinson, Kelly, Harte, Morris, Camara, Caldwell, Barmby, Viduka, Pennant, McPhail, Smith, Bakke, Johnson, Matteo, Lennon, Domi, Richardson, Kilgallon, Milner, Carson.


                        Wolves
                        >David Jones believes his Wolves players can take all three points off Leeds on Tuesday - if they play as well as they did against Arsenal.He said:"We know it's going to be tough and very nervy because of the position of both teams in the table. But my players are all up for it - and we want the victory. If they give their best, we'll be alright," said Jones. "You've got to be successful and my players believe
                        they can stay in the Premiership."

                        >Wolves will never have a better chance of picking up a first away top flight maximum, on paper at least, since their 1-0 success against Liverpool at Anfield in January 1984.

                        >Wolves have won their last three League and Cup meetings with Leeds, culminating in the 3-1 home success on 28 December.
                        Wanderers came from behind, Steffen Iversen got a brace and Dominic Matteo of Leeds was sent off. It was Wolves' first win for two months and sets them up for one of only four possible 'doubles'.

                        >Paul Ince serves the second of his two-match suspension while Shaun Newton is not expected to recover from his recent
                        injury in time to play.

                        Availble players:Jones; Irwin, Naylor, Butler, Craddock, Rae, Cameron, Kennedy, Miller, Ganea, Cort, Iversen, Newton, Clyde, Silas, Gudjonsson, Luzhny, Oakes

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                        My Verdictraw
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                        Odds 1.8@bet365.
                        Use www.betbrain.com or www.oddsexchange.com to see the best odds!!

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                        • #13
                          Sigman

                          England Premier League

                          Leeds United-Wolverhampton

                          This is must win situation for Leeds.Wolvs are their direct rival for relegation.Viduka 100% fit and home ground are big advatage for Leeds.And Wolvs are the worst away team in Premier league with record 0-3-9.But the problem is that Leeds are the worst home side in Premier with 2-4-6.I see Leeds like more stable Premier league team then Wolvs in last years and this is their last chance.They need 3 points from this game and that`s it.

                          Leeds United-Wolverhampton 1 2.15@Betinternet

                          WON 4-1

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                          • #14
                            Tennis, San Jose
                            Spadea V. v Haas T.
                            Tommy Haas @2.60 with Gamebookers

                            Not very much to say about this match. First we have the so called favorite Vince Spadea, a good player. He lost in the 1st tound in Australian Open, but this year he achieved two quarterfinals (Auckland and Adelaide). BRAVO! but the matches he had weren't so hard, if you judge by his opponents.

                            On the other side Tommy Haas comes from an injury that took him out of the competition entire 2003 year. So not much to say about his form.

                            Why i took this one
                            Because yestarday i had against "injuried" Zabaleta, but he won easily 6-4 6-0. I reminded about Andrei Pavel who had some great matches just after a long injury. I think that Haas wouldn't go out to play the match if he knows he isn't fit. A win would give confidenece to him. I think it's clear that he is better than Spadea, but odds 2.60 are enormous against him, even if he comes after the injury! He had a lot of practice i think...he is a prof, that's what i count on!

                            I'm pretty confident here! Medium 6/10 on Haas!

                            GL!

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                            • #15
                              Hi,
                              and today surprisingly another tennis pick for you... :lol:

                              Harel Levy - Frantisek Cermak
                              PICK LOST - Levy 63 63 :cry:

                              You can find my prediction here:
                              http://bettingadvice.com/showPredict...php?idMenu=242


                              PICK: Cermak
                              ODDS: 1.67
                              BOOKIE: Centrebet (I canĀ“t use Fonbet as in my prediction because of rules of this competition)

                              My new February stats: +151 (3 of 4)

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