Wales Can Clinch Promotion By Beating Denmark
The odds suggest there is a bigger chance of Labour winning the next General Election than Wales beating Denmark tonight at the Cardiff City Stadium. The Conservatives are marginal favourites to prevail when the country next goes to the polls but Wales are the outsiders of the three options for the Nations League fixture against the Danes. Despite not qualifying for this year’s World Cup Wales have lost just once in 12 competitive matches at home.
A win tonight would clinch promotion to League A and with Gareth Bale in the side anything is possible. However, the home side are now more than a one-man team and have a good mix of youth and experience. Denmark rely on Christian Eriksen more than Wales need Bale at his best. The Tottenham man is not fully match fit and the absence of the Danish captain will weaken the defence. WALES are the team to back at 9/5 with William Hill.
The second round of the DP World Tour Championship is underway. Dubai is four hours ahead of the UK so the action could be over when you are reading this preview. Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood are the only players who can win the Race to Dubai and the Italian is a big favourite. The defending champion is Jon Rahm and he ticks lots of the boxes again this year. He is proven in desert conditions and has a game suited to the host course. We are talking about in-play betting but at the time of writing JON RAHM is 4/1 with bet365.
The last horse to win the Grand National more than once was Red Rum (1973, 1974 and 1977). This year’s winner Tiger Roll begins the season in which the main objective is to win the National again at Cheltenham today. The horse won the cross-country race at the festival in March and runs in a handicap over the same course this afternoon (3.00). Tiger Roll is the top weight and carries 15 pounds more than Josies Orders. The horse has won three different races at the Cheltenham Festival. However, the race conditions today mean JOSIES ORDERS is the bet at 9/4 with Betfair.