Mon, Mar 13, 3:38pm by Head Editor
It’s time once again, to look back at myself and the rest of the team at www.australiangambling.lv’s best bets on a weekend that included 10 winners across seven sports.
Our betting weekend started on Thursday night with round two of the NRL and just as was the case last week, we made a handy return. We took the Roosters by 1-12 points and it was the halves pairing of Luke Keary and Mitchell Pearce who picked up where they left off on the Gold Coast in round one, to ensure that the Roosters made it a 2-0 start.
That was a $3 win and then the Cowboys threw a further $3.60 into the wallet when Johnathan Thurston put on yet another masterclass, leading his side to another golden point win over the Broncos. We did take Canberra on Saturday night against the Sharks but they couldn’t get it done.
Flemington’s Super Saturday meeting also netted a handy return for our racing guru Bren O’Brien. He didn’t make us wait long for some value, that came in the first, with Sadaqa, who ran third for a more than handy collect of $4.40.
His best of the day came up in race five, number two, I am a Star, the filly saluted for us at the odds of $2.05 and $1.18. Nice day on the punt from our Melbourne racing expert.
Up in Sydney, we took In her time to win the Coolmore Classic and although she ran a good race, she finished just outside the placings, in fifth.
Just as I am a Star was saluting in the fifth at Flemington, the Golden State Warriors were slumping to their fourth loss in six games against the Minnesota Timberwolves. They then lost on Sunday to the Spurs too which leaves them just one game ahead of San Antonio in the West.
We backed them to beat the T-Wolves so we lost out too, we also took the Spurs to beat by 1-10 points on Sunday but they couldn’t get within 20, losing 107-85. We are feeling your pain Steve Kerr.
There were only two A-League games this weekend as the season’s first split round was devised to give the three Australian clubs competing in the Asian Champions League a break from domestic action.
We went at 50% with our Best Bets, we took the $2.50 for Sydney to win both halves but try and they might, they could only get one past a brilliant Ivan Necevski who was in goal for the Mariners.
We bounced back on Saturday night, taking the $1.73 for Victory to beat Perth. The Victorian’s cruised past the Glory thanks to a vintage performance from talisman Besart Berisha.
Staying with the world game but across in the UK we have taken Chelsea to beat Manchester United on Tuesday morning in the FA Cup quarter-final.
In round six of the AFLW we must have walked under a ladder over the past few days as our best bet of either side to win by under 15.5 points in the Fremantle-Carlton game lost by a single point, can you believe it!
We were able to land a $2.10 winner in the men’s though, when the Western Bulldogs charged home to salute by 21 points. They trailed by as much as 49 points during the third quarter before putting on the after burners, kicking nine goals in the final term.
The UFC headed to Brazil on Sunday (AEDT), where we took the over (1.5) in the total rounds option in the main event between Kelvin Gastelum and Vitor Belfort, the former came out swinging and won via TKO just under four minutes into the fight.
In Round Three of the Super Rugby two of our three best bets saluted with the Brumbies ($2.80) and Crusaders ($2.85) by 1-12 points, who both saluting over the Force and the Reds respectively. We also took the reigning champion Hurricanes but they fell 26-18 to the Chiefs on Friday.
Our overall result for the weekend was a return of $237.10 if you bet $10 per selection and a profit of $47.10. A good weekend on the punt and we’ll aim to do even better for you next week.
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