Welcome to my weekly Premier League update!

Another week, another set of Premier League matches. And this week’s are sponsored by The Krypton Factor: devilishly difficult to predict. Cardiff are new to the Premier League. They meet a Newcastle side adept defensively, but without a real Mickey ‘Sumo’ Quinn-type...

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Football takes over the weekend!

The Premier League begins this evening, with Man Utd and Leicester. In coming eletters, I’ll be looking solely at the Premier League for you. If you want my views on elite European leagues, then access my research at www.drt.club. Onto today’s match: United have three...

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From Galway and Goodwood to… goals!

It’s August. It’s the new football season. Now is the perfect time for you to plan your assault on the bookies and the betting exchanges. In this eletter I’d like to share with you a few websites you might find useful in helping you to make better choices...

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How to tackle group and stakes races…

I was asked by a WRWM reader (no… not the WRWM reader – don’t be cheeky!) if I have a system/strategy for Group 1 / Grade 1 horse races. I suppose this is a great niche for you to focus on. The workload is not so great. The form lines should be ultra-reliant. And the...

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Stick to the rules and profit…

Andrew David here! For those that don’t know me, I’m the creator of several systematic-type betting products. These include: Football Bankbuilder, The Price Equalisation Method (PEM) and the Legacy Horse Racing publication, all of which I’m glad to say have passed...

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A week dominated by the World Cup and Wimbledon…

‘Doctor, Doctor, I feel like a pair of curtains.’ ‘Pull yourself together!’ That’s the end of my ‘Doctor’ jokes repertoire. The reason I mention doctors is because the Betting Doctor, Andrew David, has agreed to impart some of his betting wisdom in these eletters at...

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How to profit from Wimbledon

The World Cup takes a day off today. No doubt the footballing world has insisted upon taking time out so they can watch the Irish First Division and Irish Premier Division matches being played this evening. We have to sit and suffer until 3rd July, when England take...

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Have you tried the Lay 1-4 Staking Plan?

The performance of favourites in Ascot this week (only two and a joint-favourite have obliged since Tuesday) reminds me to remind you that in this world of laying, there is money to be made in taking on favourites. Here’s what one happy member of What Really Wins...

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Which World Cup odds have caught my eye?

I am back home from Japan after a very interesting trip to the Land of the Rising Sun. I’m seeing my dad off at the airport later today, so it’s back to a full work schedule for yours truly. What a time to return! The World Cup kicked off with Russia spanking the...

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Which World Cup possible plays have I sniffed out?

By the time you read this, I will be in Japan accompanying my Dad, following in the football steps of such greats as Gary Lineker and Arsene Wenger, who both stayed there for a time. In between sushi, sake and sumo, I will be looking at the World Cup to see if I can...

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Take this tennis trading advice…

The Irish 2000 Guineas last week saw Romanised Mig, Gustav Klimt and US Navy Flag. Those latter two horses were two of three horses at 5/1 and lower and Gustav was one of two horses with a run at Newmarket last time out (14 of the last 16 winners had same). And as to...

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My betting tactics for the coming weekend…

Did you enjoy last weekend? An early Chelsea goal in the F.A. Cup final had me licking my lips for my 2-1 and 1-2 scorelines, but Man Utd limped yet again in front of goal. What a pity. In the Lokinge Stakes, I gave a shortlist of Rhodadendron, Addeybb, Lancaster...

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Avoid the Royal Wedding with these weekend bets…

I don’t know about you, but I will be trying to avoid coverage of the marriage between (suspiciously) ginger Harry and Meghan Sparkle. I did place a bet on Arsene Wenger to take Meghan Sparkle down the aisle (seeing as he has some time on his hands this Saturday), but...

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Try out the market reader strategy

Did you try your hand at market reading from last week’s eletter? If not, and you’re still unsure, you can paper trade. Go to www.racingpost.com, Cards, Today’s Cards and ‘Show all racecards for this meeting on one page’. Once you have done that, either take a...

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Apply this strategy to the racing this weekend…

I would like to follow on from last Friday’s eletter with an example of race reading which can be applied to those races this Flat season where form is limited (two-year-old horse races, typically). This is a Novice race. We have the Betting Forecast at the base of...

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Solving the two-year-old puzzle…

The Flat season is distinct from the Jumps season: quite apart from the obvious, with the Flat season, we have the draw bias (www.drawbias.com is a great start here for more info) – wait for the Chester May meeting to see the mother of all draw biases – and we also...

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Lessons from the Grand National!

I thought the Grand National research went rather well. A pity that we got chinned by Davy. Pleasant Company and Milansbar were the two placed horses. Pleasant Company was majestic throughout the Grand National. From the get-go, the horse was up the front, jumping...

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