We’ve scoured through the cross-code tips from our experts in an attempt to keep you on a winning run all weekend. Ready? Here goes.
The Tip: Winx ($1.20)
Why: Winx madness is back and despite being an unbackable Turnbull Stakes favourite we’re always looking for ways to cash in on a ‘sure thing’. Topbetta is offering $2 for Winx to win the Turnbull Stakes capped at $20 max bet. Whilst Ladbrokes are also offering $2 for Winx to win, the caveat being she must do it by a head or more. Even when she had her scare against Foxplay in the Warwick Stakes, she still managed to win by more than that!
The Tip: Sydney FC ($2.40)
Why: Sydney FC won all four contests between the sides last season including the Grand Final. Our soccer expert has noted that even with the departures of Filip Holosko and Danny Vukovic, the Sky Blues look to be even better on paper than last season. Plus they will benefit from the inclusion of Luke Wilshire to the squad.
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The Tip: Ace High ($3.60)
Why: Was simply too strong for them over the 1800m last start and the way he ran through the line suggested that the 2000m here is going to be no issue at all. He’s not going to be huge odds but you could really ramp up your winnings by taking up Unibet’s Deposit $20 Get $80 new customer offer and throwing your balance on this fella for a potential $360 collect. And you get to that figure because Unibet let you keep your bonus bet stake!
The Tip: Kevin Lee ($2.88)
Why: Our UFC expert thinks it’s Kevin Lee’s time to shine and there’s the potential prize of a big money showdown with Conor McGregor if he does.
The Tip: Baltimore Ravens / Oakland Raiders Un 39
Why: Our NFL expert is finding it hard to see where the points will come from. The Ravens look lacklustre offensively with a questionable running and passing game. Whilst the loss of Derek Carr for the Raiders seriously blunts what would otherwise be an offensive juggernaut.