There may be matches in the Premier League and La Liga on Monday but arguably Bundesliga II will host match of the day, live on BT Sport 1.
St Pauli v Hamburg isn’t just a clash of city rivals but it’s collision of cultures, visions and beliefs. For a bit of background this piece about the Hamburger Stadtderby is well worth a read. Tolu tries to take a dispassionate view of the game in order to find some betting angles in his match preview where he thinks a share of the points could keep everyone happy.
Atletico got back to winning ways on Sunday to re-establish a five point lead in La Liga. Real Madrid have the chance to close that gap against Real Sociedad who have won three on the bounce and seem to have recaptured some of their positive early season form. Mark Walker is on the case and he fancies goals in his preview.
In the Premier League, SlipsTips casts his eye over Southampton’s visit to Everton and in his own inimitable style has assembled two bet builder tips that focus on cards.
Sunday’s Horse Racing Tips
Alan Thomson’s two Sunday bets did the business and he has a trio of recommended wagers at Wolverhampton on Monday
22/1 Winner (and more) for The Caddy
Shout-out to The Caddy who’s 22/1 headline tip, Branden Grace won the Puerto Rican Open. He said of Grace, “he seems to be a cut above the rest here this week and with all the world’s top golfers in Florida”, and he was 100% correct about the South African who won the $½million purse.
Andrew Putnam, tipped at 36/1 also landed each-way money with a T5th place. And as if that wasn’t enough his NAP of Brandon Wu to beat Ollie Schneiderjans in a 72-hole matchbet also won at 10/11.
Victor Hovland almost made it a perfect weekend in Florida but he fell three strokes short at the Workday Championship to finish T2 – still some profitable money at 25/1 each-way. That runner-up finish also comfortably landed The Caddy’s othe NAP of Victor Hovland to finish in the Top 20 at 10/11.
What a weekend for the The Caddy! Well played sir!
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