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The golf betting tips we posted the other day will be keeping us busy going into the weekend.
The most notable one is Tiger Woods who is tied for 4th after the 2nd round. He is looking great, and hopefully he can keep that form going as we get into the later rounds. We’ve also got two other contenders in there with Will Wilcox and Johnson Wagner. Both need a solid round but it’s possible still.
In the European Tour, we’ve got Scott Henry in the lead as I write this. That would be a huge win and hopefully he can do it. It looks like all three of our golfers will make the cut in that one so should be a fun few days.
We’ve also got Lydia Ko tied for 2nd in the LPGA. So overall, it’s really setting up to be a big weekend where we will experience a lot of success….or a lot of heartbreak.
WNBA Betting Tips:
No doubt the return of Candace Parker could be what is needed to turn the LA Sparks around. 3-14, they lost to the Lynx 82-76 on Wednesday, but still looked solid. The problem is that the Sparks played really really good – almost their best – yet just didn’t have it in them still for the win. Parker can’t turn this team around on her own. I mean look at the numbers Jantel Lavender put up with 15 points and 10 rebounds.
Sky looked a tad rusty against the Mercury but you can generally count on them at home, and we’ll take Chicago Sky -5.5 tonight.
CFL Betting Tips:
One game tonight which is the winless Roughriders vs the Edmonton Eskimos.
The thing with Saskatchewan is they’ve lost but other than the Tiger Cats result – they’ve been competitive. It’s not like they’re the Miami Dolphins from a few years ago. They’re a solid team but things just aren’t going their way at the moment.
The point spread is 10 which is a hell of a lot. That’s a touchdown and a field goal and we feel that’s just too much. Take the Roughriders +10.
Scottish Premiership Betting Tips:
So nice to have soccer back. The Community Shield is Sunday, with the EPL next week.
We’re going to do a betting tip for Dundee Utd to beat Aberdeen at 13/5. From watching the pre-season friendlies, Dundee Utd are just raring to go. Aberdeen had a tough travel time from Europe and even though they’ve got a days rest it’s going to be tricky for them. With that first leg tie being a slight loss they will also be focused too much on the European game.
We’re also going to go with Rangers to beat St Mirren. Only 4/6 odds but from what we saw against Hibs, Rangers are just raring to go and this should be a nice dominant victory for them.