Europe Keep Matching On In The Ryder Cup
The Ryder Cup was turned on its head yesterday afternoon as Europe produced their first whitewash since 1989 and their first ever in foursomes. Trailing 3-1 after the four balls Europe won all four matches in the afternoon. The second day action has begun and the United States have not responded, losing three of the four matches in the early stages. At the time of writing EUROPE are 1/3 with bet365 to win the Ryder Cup and now you could cash out to guarantee a profit.
Chelsea beat Liverpool at Anfield in the EFL Cup on Wednesday but today’s Premier League fixture in London will be a different kettle of fish. The outcome of the Cup tie will have very little bearing on today’s match at Stamford Bridge. Both managers made eight changes in the week and Chelsea’s second string plus Eden Hazard were too good for the opposition.
Today’s Premier League showdown is one of the blockbuster matches of the league season and the outcome will be significant in the race to be top dogs in England. Liverpool have conceded at least one goal in the last 14 meetings and on this occasion CHELSEA can secure three points and are 9/5 William Hill to win and leapfrog Liverpool at the top of the table.
Jose Mourinho is the 5/2 favourite for the first Premier League manager to leave his current position. In most seasons losing in the third round of the EFL Cup would not be a major issue but for Manchester United just now every reverse increases the pressure on the not so Special One. Romelu Lukaku has a good scoring record against West Ham and he can ease the pressure on his boss by helping MANCHESTER UNITED beat West Ham at the London Stadium and an away win is 4/5 with Ladbrokes.
The Cambridgeshire is a heritage handicap over one and one furlong at Newmarket and with a maximum field of 35 runners is difficult to call. KENYA won the Irish equivalent with something to spare and can be backed at 14/1 with William Hill. There are two Group 1 races and one at Group 2 level before the big race. On ratings PRETTY POLLYANNA is the horse to back in the contest at the highest level for fillies aged two (2.25) and the best price is 6/4 with Betfair.