Sports Diary, Weekend 9 and 10 November

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Kaizer Chiefs take on Orlando Pirates in the PSL and in the English Premier League we have a top of the table clash between Liverpool and Manchester City on what looks to be a busy sports betting weekend.  We take a look at the highlights in our Weekend Diary.

 

FOOTBALL
There are a number of PSL matches taking place this weekend, but the highlight without doubt is the big Soweto Derby between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates on Saturday afternoon.  Chiefs are flying high at the top of the table and have won their last 5 matches whereas Orlando Pirates have only 1 of their last 5 and currently sit 12 points behind Chiefs in 7th, both teams having played 10 games.

The sides met last weekend in the Telkom Knock Out with Chiefs prevailing on penalties, both teams were in action in midweek with Chiefs beating Chippa United 2-0 on the road and Orlando Pirates drawing 0-0 at home to Maritzburg United.

These very seldom very much to separate these sides, but the way Kaizer Chiefs are playing we are very happy  to back them at 39/20 with the draw on offer at 19/10 and Pirates 33/20.  We actually feel that these two sides should be switched around in the betting.

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There is a full house of English Premier League action on the weekend and Leicester are a popular choice to beat Arsenal at 21/20 at home.

The big game though takes place on Sunday evening and it is Liverpool against Manchester City.  Liverpool are currently 6 points clear of 2nd place City and they have won 4 and drawn 1 of their last 5 with Manchester City having won 4 out of 5 as well, but also having lost one of their last 5 games.  Liverpool had to come back from behind in the last 10 minutes to beat Villa 2-1 away last week and City beat Southampton 2-1 at home.

This fixture was drawn 0-0 last season and the season before that Liverpool won at home 4-3.  Bookmakers are struggling to separate the sides with Liverpool 33/20, the draw 26/10 and Manchester City 16/10.  As far as the goal markets go, over 2.5 goals at 6/10 and over 3.5 goals trading at 14/10.  We can’t help but feel that Liverpool offer some value at home at 33/20.

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CRICKET

The Mzansi Super League gets going this weekend and on Saturday we have Durban Heat 11/10 to beat the Tshwane Spartans who are 15/20 and on Sunday Paarl Rocks are 21/20 to beat the Cape Town Blitz who are 8/10.

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RUGBY

Both South African sides, the Kings and the Cheetahs are in action in Europe in the Pro 14 on Saturday with the Kings rank outsiders away to Ospreys at (+16.5).  The Cheetahs though have been a warm order with punters this week and having opened slight underdogs have been backed into 17/20 favourites at Cardiff.

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In-Running options.

The ATP Next Generation continues this weekend and you can click here for all ATP betting and we also have the Turkish Airlines Open in the European Tour and you can click here to  bet on in-running in that event.

 

 

HORSE RACING

Let’s end off as we usually do with Horse Racing and there are 3 meetings for punters to get stuck into this weekend with the Vaal on Saturday, a 10 race card getting going at 11:55 and finishing at 17:40.  Kenilworth meeting in Cape Town will run parallel to that starting at 12:45 with the 9th and final race at 17:30 and on Sunday at the Greyville Turftrack action gets going at 12:40 with the 8th and final race scheduled to go off at 16:50.

 

The Vaal meeting on Saturday has an open look to it and our value fancy is Horse No. 11 in the 6th Race, Life Is Good, currently priced at 10/1 a win.

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At Kenilworth in Race No. 5, Horse No. 1 One World will be a popular Pick Six banker on what looks a tough card and is currently priced at 13/10 for the win.

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There are a number of short priced favourites at Greyville on Sunday and Horse No. 2, Blackball should be hard to beat in the 2nd Race currently priced at 11/10 and Baby Shooz, Horse No. 4 in the 4th will rate a popular Pick Six banker at current odds of 7/10.

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Note, all odds quoted are subject to change.

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