The Corona Virus has wreaked havoc with the sporting calendar, but there is still plenty for punters to bet on and we take a closer look in our Weekend Diary.
We would normally be starting with English Premier League action, but that has been suspended now till the 3rd of April so our focus will be on the Nedbank Cup taking place in South Africa.
Let’s start with a look at the Outright Winner betting where Sundowns are trading at 18/10, Wits 28/10, Highlands 4/1, Bloem Celtic 6/1 and you can get 12/1 and better the balance.
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On Saturday, Baroka take on Leopards and are 15/10 for the win with the draw 21/10 and Leopards priced at 19/10.
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Also on Saturday, Highlands Park take on Sundowns, Sundowns are priced as favourites at 21/20 with the draw 9/4 and Highlands Park 27/10.
Sundowns are in cracking form in the League, but we feel their focus may be elsewhere other than the Nedbank Cup and that Highlands Park can force a draw here at 9/4.
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On Sunday TS Sporting take on Bloem Celtic and they are rank underdogs at 19/4, Celtic 6/10 and the draw on offer at 27/10. This fixture has upset written all over it and we think Sporting could be worth a punt at 19/4.
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There are 6 games taking place over Saturday and Sunday and first up on Saturday the Blues host the Lions where they are firm favourites to win.
The Blues are (-14.5) on the handicap and we think the Lions can push them to if not win the game, to lose only by a single digit margin.
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The Sunwolves were due to host the Crusaders and this fixture now takes place in Queensland.
It is no surprise the Crusaders are massive favourites at (-37.5), but they haven’t named the strongest team and you may be better off waiting for points market on this one. We feel the quotes would be high on unders could be worth a play.
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The Bulls had a good win over the Highlanders last week, but they now travel, something they are notoriously bad at and we like the Reds to win by over 12.5 points at 15/10.
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Saturday’s final game see the Sharks against the Stormers and this should be a cracking derby with plenty of impact on the South African Conference.
The Sharks are 5/10 with the Stormers priced at 18/10 and the Handicap is Sharks (-5.5).
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On Sunday the Jaguares take on the Highlanders at home and the Handicap here is Jaguares (-11.5).
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The final match of the weekend sees the Brumbies take on the Waratahs with the Brumbies (-12.5).
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The Momentum One Day Cup sees the Warriors take on the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras who are 27/20 for the win with the Warriors on offer at 8/13.
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Sunday sees the Titans 6/10 up against the Knights who are priced at 14/10 for the win.
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The Paris-Nice continues with Stage 7 on Saturday and Stage 8 on Sunday and there will be stage betting and match betting closer to the start.
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The Weekend Horse Racing is at Turffontein and Durbanville on Saturday and Greyville on Sunday.
Racing at Turffontein Standside, a 10 race card starting at 12:15 and finishing at 17:30.
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Durbanville has an 8 race card, due to set off at 13:05 and scheduled to finish at 17:15.
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The Greyville race meeting starts at 12:35 with the 8th and final race finishing at 16:40.
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Note, all odds quoted are subject to change.