The highlight of the day has to be the Champions league match between Real Madrid and Man Utd. A mouth watering prospect for fans and neutrals to savour. Personally I would not like to call it but with all the talent on the pitch the best bet could be both teams to score which is 4/6 with Bet365.
There is a massive gap between the Champions League and the Blue Square Premier League but it was great to see Mansfield owner John Radford promise manager Paul Cox his £80,000 Aston Martin if they could score 5 goals in the first half in a recent game against Barrow. As the whistle blew at half time they were winning 5-1 and after the match waiting in the car park was the managers new wheels.
It has been a spectacular week for me on a personal level and for all my clients who subscribe to Fold4Gold with the type of winner most tipsters and punters only dream about.
On Saturday we put up three selections Sommerturm 9/2 s/p, Blue Jack 5/1 s/p and Temple Road 7/2 s/p all romping home plus we advised 3 doubles and a treble which is not that far short of a 150/1 treble.
Regular members will remember this is the same service that made just under 800 points profit on one single days betting last year on a placepot.
They don’t call Fold4Gold the jackpot club for nothing. We think this service is as cheap as chips at just under £20 a month but have been talking with the guys at Betfan in a way to reward loyal members and those of you who prefer to join for longer periods so look out for a special discount offer for long term subscribers.
The Eyecatchers are still on fire with Divertimenti winning at 11/1 s/p and also Boxbourne on target.
You will see that last weeks Free tip Sommerturm came 3rd but was out quickly on Saturday to become the first leg in the Fold4Gold treble. That goes to show the difference between relying on free tips or being a paid member.
As for today’s Howies Hottie I had a few options at Southwell but they are only showing on the tissue between 2 and 3/1 so I’m going to play on a boom or bust selection in the 8.00 Kempton.
This is the Michael Attwater Epsom trained Salient. This gelding has not managed to get its head in front for a few years and has dropped like a stone in the ratings. He is a front runner and is well drawn to attack on the inside rail. Seb Sanders takes the ride and if he gets a good early position in front of Exopuntia and danger Flamborough Breeze he can prove to be the each way value at 16/1 or even bigger.
Sommersturm trainer D.Evans – Ran well in 3rd as our free tip last week but it seemed to me he needed extra yardage so when Dave entered him over the 12 furlong trip at Lingfield last Saturday it was a winner in waiting. He won despite having to come wide round the turn and another win could be on the cards.
Mountain Range trainer W.Musson – Down the field at Wolverhampton this ex John Dunlop gelding showed plenty of enthusiasm until lack of fitness took its toll. He is well handicapped and can pop up at a nice price.
Day of Destiny trainer J.Givens – Did not quite stay the 12 furlongs at Southwell yesterday and a return to a slightly shorter trip should have the desired effect.
Jack The Gent trainer G.Moore – I have put him up before but he has been waiting for better ground and although it was still soft last time he managed to go close.
Back next Wednesday have a great week and be lucky.