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Newsletter Issue #006 - Betting School Tips
October 24, 2015

Darren at Betting School has some news and tips for the weekend:

In last weekend’s newsletter we mentioned the excellent profits that our Big Race trends/stats Guru Nick Hardman had been producing and he was once again on the money from the QIPCO British Champions Day at Ascot.

Nick’s selections for this prestigious meeting were:-

Ascot 12.45pm Wicklow Brave @16/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 3 places) 3rd Clondaw Warrior @20/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 3 places) unplaced

Ascot 1.20pm Twilight Son @5/1 (WHill) 2nd stakes refunded Strath Burn @10/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 4 places) unplaced

Ascot 1.55pm Candarliya @11/2 (WHill) unplaced Simple Verse @15/2 (Betway) WON

Ascot 2.30pm Solow @11/8 (William Hill) WON

Ascot 3.05pm Fascinating Rock @20/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 3 places, Boylesports) WON The Corsican @11/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 3 places, B365) unplaced

Ascot 3.45pm Empire Storm @20/1 e/w (1/4 odds, places, B365) unplaced Musaddas @12/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 5 places, Ladbrokes) WON Donncha @28/1 e/w (1/4 odds, 5 places, B365) 4th

One member summed up Nicks 2015 performance “Hat off to you for picking up big priced winners CONSISTENTLY. Take a bow mate!!!!”

The selections are posted up on a dedicated community/forum thread and the above racked up 56.75pts profit (based on 2pts each and odds advised) and have taken the 2015 P&L up to 424.5pts profit combined with a cracking 30% ROI.

You can find out more about Nick’s profit generating techniques in this video

For the coming weekend we have a decent priced racing selection from Carl Nicholson of fame and also a detailed analysis of the Premiership football match between West Ham and Chelsea from Mark Foley’s which are currently offering a cracking first month low cost trial.

Sat 24th Doncaster 14.00pm I always think it is significant when lightly raced 2 year olds take a big step up in form from previous runs at this time of year. And that was the case with English Hero who just got up to win @ 20/1 at York in a maiden a couple of weeks ago. With conditions looking to be on the soft side once more at Doncaster with a bit of rain in the forecast, he could well improve again and being up against a lot of supposed consistent opponents may be a fair each way bet as I suspect he could be a double figure price on the day.

And now over to Mark

West Ham v Chelsea KO 3.00 Saturday The Hammers did us a favour last week by beating Palace for a nice 7/1 winner and I did consider going for a similar type of bet in this game, but was disappointed with the prices on offer. All but two of the last seven Chelsea games in the Prem have seen both teams score and all but two of the last eight West Ham games have had the same outcome. Both teams are scoring goals and both teams are struggling to keep a clean sheet, however West Ham are a best priced 11/2 and Chelsea a ridiculously priced 11/4 given their recent form.

I think Willian is the call in this game; The Hammers get caught a lot on the counter and give away a fair number of free kicks around the box. Willian is turning into the David Beckham of his era; he has scored four goals from dead ball situations in his last seven games and hit the woodwork during the week. He has scored six goals in his last eight games, yet a dozen players are shorter prices than the little Brazilian to score at any time. Bet365’s offer of 4/1 is too good to refuse on a player whose confidence in front of goal is at an all-time high.

Willian landed us the money at a big price a few weeks ago and Unibet also go 11/1 on Willian to hit the woodwork or to score from outside the area. His free kicks are so unerringly good at the moment that I’m going to split my stake on those two as well.

My bets: Willian to score at any time: Bet365 4/1

Split stake: Willian to score from outside the area: Unibet 11/1 Willian to hit the woodwork: Unibet 11/1

Regards Chris

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