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Well we had decent results in the golf, with both the LPGA and European Tour ending yesterday.
In the Reignwood LPGA, Stacy Lewis led rounds 1-3 but unfortunately failed on the last day, shooting +2 which was disappointing. Thankfully the 25/1 Tommy Fleetwood tied 2nd in the Dunhill Links. Unfortunately, he tied with about 4 other players so the payout wasn’t as good as it should have been. A win is a win though.
We also went 4-0 with the NFL Tips so if you put them in an accumulator then great job – you had a nice big cash. We went with the Chargers -7 over the Jets and that was some nice easy money, as the Chargers wiped the floor with the New York Jets. Jets are just sad on offense.
We also had Giants -4, and they are really steamrolling it at the moment. They beat the Falcons by 10 points and you have to love their offense.
We also had Steelers -7 over Jacksonville and we won that one by a point. A bit tight but we won it and that’s what matters.
Finally, we had Broncos vs Cardinals to go Over 48 points and that went over easy enough. Have to love the Broncos and overs at the moment.
It’s October 6th, 2014 – let’s get to the betting tips:
NFL: Seahawks vs Redskins Betting Tips
Let’s try and go a perfect 5-0 for the week.
Seahawks really should win this game. But the point spread of 7.5 is an awfully tricky one. Hawks lost to the Chargers, had to go to OT with the Broncos and against the Packers – well they decimated them 36-16.
They’re going against the Redskins who have had their fair share of troubles. Kirk Cousins has issues with turnovers and that could be bad against the Seahawks.
This is a very tight one, and we recommend just a half unit bet on the Seahawks -7.5. It’s a tricky game, but the Redskins haven’t shown us yet that they can do anything against a team like the Seahawks, and Seattle have had a very tough opening schedule.
Darts: World Grand Prix Betting Tips
We’ve got two bets on the darts this week, with the World Grand Prix starting.
Phil Taylor to win the World Grand Prix.
2/1 odds on Taylor. He’s the defending champion, and he’s won 11 times. It’s his tournament to lose. He’s been playing some fantastic darts on television, and he easily won the World Matchplay, which was the last televised tournament. There, he dominated Michael Van Gerwen, the World #1, 18-9.
The double-in double-out format favours strong doublers, and there’s just no-one better there than Phil Taylor. Everyone else you have questions about – but not Taylor.
Form is temporary, class is permanent, and there’s no-one better than Phil Taylor. Bet Taylor at 2/1.
Justin Pipe to beat Robert Thornton.
Pipe is 1/1, the slight underdog, and we love it. Pipes coming into the World Grand Prix on great form, after winning the Saturday’s Players Championship tournament. Thornton’s also pulled out of the last two Players Championships for unknown reasons – but you have to wonder where his head is at the moment. Pipe was also a semi-finalist just last year, and Thornton has struggled here. His best result was just a quarter finalist, back in 2012.