Warrington Look Good With A Start
Rugby league has it’s the day in the sun with the Grand Final between Wigan and Warrington at Old Trafford. However, there could be more rain than sun in Manchester, the city with a reputation for wet weather. In rugby league rain means difficult conditions and problems in handling the ball which points to a low scoring match. The favourite on the day has not won the Grand Final since 2010. During the regular season and Super 8s Wigan finished 2 places and nine points ahead of Warrington. Wigan had an average superior point’s difference of 4 points. You can cover two bases by backing WARRINGTON +4 at 6/5 with William Hill.
Denmark have not conceded in seven of their last 10 matches and Ireland have won just once in six fixtures. Denmark were much too good for Ireland in the World Cup playoff match in Dublin last year and ran out 5-1 winners. They won’t have the same intensity for this Nations League match and Christian Eriksen, who scored a hat-trick in that meeting, is absent due to injury. Ireland lost 4-1 to Wales in Cardiff last month and they have just been humbled against Spain by the same score. DENMARK are the bet at 13/8 with bet365.
There are 34 declared runners in the Cesarewitch which is run over two miles and two furlongs at Newmarket today. Famously the race starts in one country and ends in another. Jumps trainers do well with predominantly National Hunt hurdlers and Willie Mullins has sent six horses from Ireland. However, Alan King who has few runners on the Flat, could have the answer with JUST IN TIME who is 20/1 with Betfair. The Dewhurst Stakes on the same card is the most prestigious race of the season for horses aged two. Too Darn Hot is a big favourite but at the relative odds ANTHNOY VAN DYCK is the horse to back at 4/1 with Ladbrokes.