5 Bets to help you build a bumper weekend multi!
We've gone through the tips from our experts and collated a batch of bets to keep you going all weekend!
If you had any plans for the weekend, you might need to reconsider them as there is an action-packed weekend of sport ahead! We've gone through the tips from our experts and collated a batch of bets across this weekend to make sure you don’t miss any of the action!
The Tip: Richmond over 15.5 at $1.50*
Why: Carlton is heading in the right direction and will cause some upsets in 2018, but on the back of the pre-season form the Tigers have shown it doesn’t appear they will enter the new season underprepared.
The Tip: Suliasi Vunivalu to score @ $2*
Why: Suliasi Vunivalu will line up for his 50th NRL match with the chance to break Semi Radradra’s record of 48 tries in his first 50 NRL games. Suliasi is currently sitting on 48 career tries and just needs one more to overtake his idol. Suliasi has already crossed the line twice this season and we think he is going to do it again tonight.
Soccer Friendly – Norway v Australia
The Tip: Socceroos to win @ $3.60*
Why: Norway are ranked 56 in the FIFA rankings and 19 places below the Socceroos. Australia are great odds to win the match and could be worth having a crack at considering Norway’s two recent losses in friendlies.
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The Tip: No.1 Written By @ $5*
Why: The unbeaten emphatic 2.5L winner of the Blue Diamond is a major player here. Drawn to get every chance on the speed, his trump card is being the only winner on heavy going in the field. Coming here on the quick back-up after winning the G3 Pago Pago over 1200m will provide the colt with a great fitness base. He ran 3 lengths quicker than Sunlight on the same day/distance that day which bodes very well.
Formula One – Australian GP
Why: In extensive pre-season testing in Barcelona, Ricciardo has consistently clocked the fastest daily lap times. On March 7th, Ricciardo’s best time (1:18.05) was nearly a full half-second quicker than last year’s Driver’s Champion, Lewis Hamilton (1:18.40), who posted the second fastest time of the day. Ricciardo has recently stated that his team, Red Bull, are ‘more ready’ coming into 2018 than they’ve been in any previous year.
We’ve got plenty more tips across racing and sport to keep you going!
But otherwise good luck on the punt!
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