Bristol City Can Win At Bolton Tonight
When you are in the relegation mire in any division it seems bizarre to sell your in form striker. That applies to Barcelona or Bolton Wanderers. Gary Madine is no Lionel Messi but he has his value for Bolton who are third from bottom in the Championship. Bolton have only won six times in the league this season and Madine has scored in five of those matches. He was sold to Cardiff this week so can’t play in Bolton’s home match against Bristol City tonight which with no Premier League fixtures provides the TV football betting action. The visitors are 18 places and 25 points ahead of Bolton so BRISTOL CITY are the bet at 11/10 with William Hill.
The Super League has embraced decisions made by an official off the field who refers to video technology to make border line calls. It could be the sign of things to come with football because it seems like the referee passes the buck for all and sundry events in a match. However, using technology is now part of rugby league and has become an integral part of the sport. It will be in evidence tonight when St Helens are at home to Castleford in the Super League. The visitors finished 15 points ahead of the Saints during the regular season but get a two point head start in the handicap market tonight. With a full squad available ST HELENS look good things to win the match at 8/11 with Ladbrokes.
TIMON’S TARA Is The Bet At 7/2
Catterick could hardly be described as a Mecca of jumps racing like Cheltenham. But on a quiet day for racing it provides the most prize money in Britain and the richest race of the day. There is an open looking mares’ handicap chase (3.30pm) in which the four runners are priced from 2/1 to 10/3 which makes the contest the epitome of a trick betting affair. Three of the horses finished in the first three in a race at Wetherby in December. However the other runner is best on ratings ands the biggest price so TIMON’S TARA is the bet at 7/2 with Paddy Power.