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| March 23, 2017 | Reply

F1 and MotoGP are back and that’s good news for you and I…

Motorsport is Luke’s first love and his selections have been really profitable for us in the past, so make sure you don’t miss out on these freebies.

As ever, if you have any comments for Luke or myself you can get us at bettingrant@agorapub.co.uk.

Matt Houghton


Rev your engines…

This week sees the return of international football, met with open arms by very few and jeered by the masses.

Suspect starting line-ups coupled with mass substitutions can only lead to one thing: a betting minefield!

Walk with me as I steer clear of that treacherous path and instead take you to the roads of F1 and MotoGP.

F1 rolls up in Melbourne for the opening race of the season with Mercedes looking to stay ahead of the pack…

Bottas takes the place of Rosberg as the number two driver at Mercedes – the new lad will want to make a steady impression but do not expect wins from the ex-Williams man straight away.

Hamilton is currently trading at 6/5 for the race win which looks a very tasty price.

Ferrari had pre-season testing form but testing form must be taken with a pinch of salt, after all Mercedes had the best engine with mostly solid reliability, Ferrari had to come out all arms swinging chasing speed and times, whereas the Mercs could concentrate purely on upping the reliability factor.

Cars look dramatically different this season but the engine regulations are very similar so it’s advantage Mercedes for my money.

LEWIS HAMILTON TO WIN THE AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX: 6/5 WILLIAM HILL OR STAN JAMES

MotoGP may not have as many regulation changes when compared to F1 but they do have big names changing teams, specifically Jorge Lorenzo going to Ducati and Maverick Vinales joining Yamaha.

Qatar puts on the opening race which just happens to also be the one and only night race.

Vinales stormed to a couple of wins last season on a sub-par Suzuki and now he is hopping on the very much above par Yamaha.

I strongly fancy this kid to hit the ground running.

MAVERICK VINALES TO WIN THE QATAR GRAND PRIX: 9/4 GENERALLY

Don’t fancy betting on sports that involve wheels?

Well I still have your back as Anthony Crolla takes on Jorge Linares in a rematch of their previous war.

Linares looked the much classier man early on before Crolla came back with pure grit but still lacked boxing class which allowed his opponent to ease through on points.

Crolla has to go for broke whereas Linares knows his B performance was enough to win last time, so I will be siding with the wieldy Latin fighter.

JORGE LINARES TO WIN: 6/11 MARATHON
JORGE LINARES TO WIN BY KNOCKOUT: 11/4 PADDY POWER

Over in rugby land one match up has some very scrummy odds…

Australia’s Brumbies take on New Zealand’s Highlanders and for some reason unbeknown to man bookmakers have the Highlanders as big as 4/5!

HIGHLANDERS TO BEAT BRUMBIES: 4/5 CORAL

Good luck guys!





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