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Old 27-10-11, 09:16   #1
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RUGBY BETTING THREAD

any thoughts on the weekends matches
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Old 27-10-11, 12:16   #2
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I fancy the Sharks in the currie cup
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Old 27-10-11, 12:16   #3
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Lol title.
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Old 27-10-11, 12:19   #4
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I fancy the Sharks in the currie cup
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You looked into any of the French games yet?
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Old 27-10-11, 12:22   #5
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Lol title.
lol ah fuck not again,did the same with the rwc thread
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Old 27-10-11, 12:25   #6
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lol ah fuck not again,did the same with the rwc thread
You should be able to edit it still.
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Old 27-10-11, 12:34   #7
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You should be able to edit it still.
maybe a bucket of coffee before i start these things might help,cant edit,perhaps one of the mods might sort it
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Old 27-10-11, 12:39   #8
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Lol title.
Yeh your in bits

to be fair it is a good 3 words you had to spell correctly

you nailed the Rubgy part anyways!!
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^^^lol

Maybe we should just get someone to delete this, start over and never speak of it again
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Old 27-10-11, 12:47   #10
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You looked into any of the French games yet?
No not really ready to make any calls on those games, esp with the french WC squad still out.
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Toulouse v Stade could be a good game this weekend. Not really sure on the state of all the players, but i know Caucau is now out for the rest of the season. Spread is Toulouse -14 on PP. Anyone any ideas on it?
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ah fuck it just call it crooked ball investments
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Toulouse v Stade could be a good game this weekend. Not really sure on the state of all the players, but i know Caucau is now out for the rest of the season. Spread is Toulouse -14 on PP. Anyone any ideas on it?
might have a look at the munster game later,all the irish rwc boys were back training this week with them,sherry out after last weekend playing for garryowen,flannery still in germany getting treatment, best wait till the team is up!
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http://www.munsterrugby.ie/news/9583.php

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Big Guns Included For Aironi

All of those who represented Ireland in the RWC quarter final are included in the Munster squad for the RaboDirect PRO12 game against Aironi Rugby in Musgrave Park on Friday night.
The squad assembled for the first time since the RWC in Limerick yesterday and this morning trained in Thomond Park Stadium with indications being that most of those involved in the World Cup will see action on Friday in Cork.
After training Tony McGahan confirmed that Mike Sherry (ankle) will be out of action for up to six to eight weeks.

Munster Squad: M Horan, W du Preez, J Hayes, BJ Botha, S Archer, D Varley, D Fogarty, M O’Driscoll, D Ryan, D O’Callaghan, P O’Connell, B Holland, D Leamy, N Ronan, P O’Mahony, T O’Donnell, D O’Callaghan, J Coughlan, T O’Leary, C Murray, D Williams, P Stringer, I Keatley, R O’Gara, K Earls, D Barnes, L Mafi, W Chambers, D Howlett, D Hurley, J Murphy, S Deasy,

Not considered due to injury: David Wallace, Troy Smith, Felix Jones, Jerry Flannery, Peter Borlase, Darragh Hurley, Mike Sherry.
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Old 27-10-11, 15:23   #16
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I'm liking Barnes at 12 to release Chambers at 13. Hes is good at looking to offload the ball to an oncoming runner.
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Old 28-10-11, 09:33   #17
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very strong looking munster side for tonights game in tp,with all the irish rwc starting, bar o callaghan.munster have lost the last two matches including a top of the table match at home last time.along with will chambers,and the players from the rwc they do look like a team that if they impose themselfs early on,could rack up a good few points.if there is one weak point it might be no 7.on the other side aironi them selfs have a few of there better players back,but they are without nick williams,a bit of a blow for them imo,but in fairness to them they did put it up to leinster in the first half a few weeks ago leading 7-0 at half time,before leinster running out 19 point winners at the end,keeping them scoreless in the second half but i think that had more to do with leinster than anything else

the hcp here is munster-19 pts,1/2 time hcp -9,but the one i like is the 1/2 time winning margin 8-14 pts munster @ 12/5 with paddy power,wouldnt put any one off the yellow card if you can get it anywhere around evens!



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Old 03-11-11, 01:15   #18
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just looking at the pro 12 games for the weekend,cardiff - 2 pts v dragons looks good.the dragons got their hole kicked by treviso(who scored 50 pts!)last week and with the rwc players due back on the pitch this week for the blues,no teams as yet out but you would think a strongest team is on the cards with a view to the following weekends game v raceing in the hc for cardiff,blues - 2 @ 10/11(pp) looks a max bet.....is it?

was thinking of the said treviso - 7@10/11 v edinburgh could make it a double,they are in great form at the moment,winning their last four matches,both home and away as for edinburgh they have lost all their away matches including to aironi

thinking of the first scoreing play in the leinster v munster,penalty,no price up yet but if its anywhere around evens+ its a punt for me anyways

options on the above plz
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Old 04-11-11, 10:57   #19
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cardiff gone out to -4 now but still worth a pop,had a look at the match reports from last week when the dragons left 50 pts behind them and are now on paper at least up against a better team in the blues
cardiff-4 @ 10/11

treviso are in the form of their lives,as said above,got their first bonus point win...ever!last week,with brendan williams scoreing two trys,their at home to edinburgh,the hcp line is drawn at -7,well beatable imo
treviso-7 @ 10/11

in the leinster v munster game,hard nuff to call,reckon this could be best played" in game,"if at all,if they are both in or around evens with 20 min to go,than i'll more than likely back leinster if the price is anyway decent as they tend to finish stronger in home games
another market of intrest might be the yellow card,powers are going 4/9 yes,but break it down to first yellow card leinster @15/8,munster @ 17/10 but when you look at the stats for the pro 12 yellow card index,leinster have got zero yellow cards in total,munster have got the most with 7,you would think that if there was to be a yellow card,it would more than likely be on the munster side if that stat is anything to go by!
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Munster got 3 of those in the first game though...

Leinster are going to win the second half, as the Munster bench comprises of old men and kids. Munster might well lead the first. If you've any faith in them to do so, 7/2 Munster/Leinster flip flop seems like great value with *cough* bet365.

Yellow card market is very dependent on i) weather conditions, ii) referee, iii) Crowd noise. Think that 1.7 is a decent return on a Munster yellow, but wouldn't be surprised if it failed tbh. They'll have been told to stay honest with HEC games next weekend, don't want to play yourself out of contention with costing your team a man for 10mins.

SOB to score @9/2 with PP seems like a good bet considering the weakness of the Ryan/Ronan/Leamy backrow.
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