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Rugby Union - Cotter aims to make progress (Wednesday, January 18, 2017)
Snooker - Robertson sets up O'Sullivan showdown (Wednesday, January 18, 2017)
Soccer - Allardyce seeks reinforcements (Wednesday, January 18, 2017)
Formula 1 - Bottas can challenge Hamilton (Tuesday, January 17, 2017)
Horse Racing - Ruby key for Un De Sceaux (Tuesday, January 17, 2017)
Tennis - Nadal satisfied with Mayer win (Tuesday, January 17, 2017)
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Rugby Union - Cotter aims to make progress

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Head coach Vern Cotter believes Scotland are good enough to be competitive in all five of their Six Nations games this year. Scotland finished at the foot of the table in 2015 and have failed to win a title since Italy were added to the competition in 2000.However, there were signs of progress last year as Scotland beat Italy and France to finish fourth in the standings and Cotter is aiming for more success this year.He said: "I think if we get our mind-set right we can be competitive and push for wins in every game in this campaign."Scotland, 20/1 with bet365 to win the Six Nations outright, can be backed at 7/4 to beat Ireland in their first game on 4th February. Go Back to Top

Snooker - Robertson sets up O'Sullivan showdown

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Neil Robertson knows that he will have to be at his best if he is to have any chance of beating Ronnie O'Sullivan in the quarter-finals of the Masters. The 34-year-old Australian, who won the tournament in 2012, produced one of his best performances of the season to seal a 6-3 victory against Ali Carter and is 6/1 with bet365 to win the Masters again this year.Robertson said after his victory: "It's going to be an unbelievable atmosphere against Ronnie. It's a wonderful venue, an amazing tournament with incredible history."I'm going to have to be at my best to beat him on Thursday."Robertson can be backed at 13/8 to emerge victorious against O'Sullivan. Go Back to Top

Soccer - Allardyce seeks reinforcements

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce is hoping that he will be able to confirm the signing of at least one new player before this weekend's Premier League clash with Everton. Palace will entertain Manchester City in the fourth round of the FA Cup later this month after Christian Benteke came off the bench to score twice in a 2-1 third round replay victory against League One side Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday.It was Allardyce's first win since he succeeded Alan Pardew in the Selhurst Park hot-seat last month, and he said after the triumph against one of his former sides: "The most important thing now is getting the players ready for Everton."We are spreading our wings far and wide and, hopefully, in the next 48 hours, at least one of our targets will be saying yes, pass a medical and sign for us."Palace can be backed at 11/5 with bet365 to beat Everton with Belgium international Benteke available at 13/8 to score at any time against Ronald Koeman's team. Go Back to Top

Formula 1 - Bottas can challenge Hamilton

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff believes Valtteri Bottas can provide Lewis Hamilton with a stern test in the 2017 campaign. Hamilton lost out on the Drivers' Championship to Nico Rosberg in 2016, with the German opting to call time on his career after claiming a maiden title.Rosberg's departure opened up the Mercedes door to Bottas and Wolff feels the Finn, who joins from Williams, can provide serious competition to Hamilton in the coming campaign."Lewis is probably the best driver in the world at the moment - so much talent, so much speed - if he gets it together on a weekend he is almost unbeatable," Wolff told Sky Sports. "But Valtteri has all the ingredients and we haven't seen him in a car capable of challenging for championships - that's a different step. Some drivers have developed in the right direction, some not and I think certainly Valtteri can give him a run for his money."Hamilton is 11/10 to win the 2017 Drivers' Championship outright with bet365 and Bottas can be backed at 4/1. Go Back to Top

Horse Racing - Ruby key for Un De Sceaux

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Un De Sceaux's connections believe having star jockey Ruby Walsh on board for Saturday's Clarence House Chase at Ascot could be the factor that tilts the race in his favour. Un De Sceaux is 8/11 ahead of the Ascot race with bet365 and Ar Mad can be backed at 2/1.Colm O'Connell, son of Un De Sceaux owner Edward, said: "I think the big thing we have that the others don't is Ruby Walsh."He's just always in the right place, he knows where to be and can change plans at the drop of a hat."O'Connell expects a stern challenge but he remains confident Un De Sceaux can claim the win.He added: "When you look at Ar Mad, Special Tiara and Royal Regatta, without knowing what our tactics will be, that looks like a red-hot pace."Ascot suits our lad, though, when he won this last year it was just about his most impressive performance." Go Back to Top

Tennis - Nadal satisfied with Mayer win

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Rafael Nadal was happy with his victory over Florian Mayer but the former world number one insists he can improve further. The Spaniard overcame Mayer in straight sets in the first round of the Australian Open.Nadal is currently ranked as the world number nine after struggles with various injuries in recent seasons, but he believes he can move back up the rankings over the course of 2017 and is upbeat on his chances in Melbourne.He said: "Today I'm the ninth player of the world. I'm going to fight to not be worst, and I'm going to fight to be again better. I feel that if I am playing well and I am healthy, I think I can be much better."Nadal is 14/1 to win the Australian Open outright with bet365, Kei Nishikori can be backed at 25/1 and Milos Raonic is 16/1. Go Back to Top

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