Top Notch Tips Review

In this Top Notch Tips review we look at a horse racing service which is said to deliver around 80 selections per month to the usual tune of 1 or 2 point betting stakes. This is a service brought to you by the Betting Gods team on behalf of the horse racing tipster Janko Djuric.

Top Notch Tips ReviewAt the time of writing this review Top Notch Tips claims a strike rate of 31.64% and a ROI of 4.81%. I believe this service hit some really good times a few months back but may now be starting to struggle. This lowly self-declared ROI is perhaps indicative of that and not particularly alluring from the get-go.

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European Adventures OVER

The European dream is over for the Premier League representatives as Arsenal and Manchester City joined Chelsea out of the Champions League. Everton remain the only side still with European commitments in the Europa League but their place is under jeopardy with a trip away to Dynamo Kiev with a slender 2-1 lead. The tie of the weekend takes place at Anfield as England’s 2 most successful clubs go head to head, Liverpool v Manchester United.Man City vs. West Brom

Manchester City v West Brom: Confidence will be extremely low at the Etihad Stadium as Manchester City have lost 4 out of their last 5 fixtures. 2 successive Premier League away defeats to Liverpool and Burnley have virtually handed Chelsea one hand on the title and instead of looking ahead, City are anxiously looking behind them with Arsenal, United and Liverpool hot on their heels.

Tony Pulis has done a magnificent job since taking over West Brom and the form of Brown Ideye has boosted them up the table into 13th place after their recent win over Stoke City. The very best West Brom can hope for this season is a top half finish but Pulis will be content on surviving relegation as soon as possible and then building for next year. [Read more…]

The FA Cup Continues!

The FA Cup quarter-finals dominate English football this weekend as the remaining 8 teams battle it out for a place in the semi-finals and an appearance at Wembley. In the Premier League the only game features a London derby as 2 of Harry Redknapp’s former clubs go head to head with Tottenham looking to get over their Capital One Cup Final defeat to Chelsea against QPR.

QPR vs. Tottenham

QPR v Tottenham: Mauricio Pochettino would’ve been disheartened at losing his first appearance in an English final last weekend as his side couldn’t make their first half pressure count. Chelsea eventually ran out 2-0 winners with a far from convincing performance. Tottenham must bounce back though as a 3 day period has seen them knocked out of the Europa League and now the Capital One Cup failure.

They’re still in the hunt for a place in the top 4 but their run of 0 wins out of their previous 5 makes a trip to QPR tough. QPR meanwhile occupy the 1st of the 3 relegation spots and are running out of games to reach the 40 point mark which usually guarantee’s safety in the Premier League. Chairmen Tony Fernandes will be desperate to keep the club in the Premier League given the recent announcement of the TV deal that will see a whopping £5billion distributed between the 20 Premier League clubs. [Read more…]

“Super Sunday” to steal the headlines!

Although we’re still pretty early on in 2015, the weekend we have ahead of us is no doubt going to be a treat for all football fans. Sunday steals all the headlines as we have Liverpool taking on Manchester City followed up shortly by Arsenal v Everton at the Emirates. Just when we thought we had saw it all, the Capital One Cup Final at Wembley takes centre stage as 2 London clubs make the short trip to the national stadium as Chelsea and Tottenham go head to head.

Man United vs. Sunderland

 

Manchester United v Sunderland: Louis Van Gaal may prefer his side being taken out of the limelight by playing on the Saturday and they’re the only side in the top 4 competing. They welcome Sunderland to Old Trafford and Sunderland have been in very poor form, drawing once out of their last 3 and losing the other 2 to QPR and Bradford City.

Manchester United will be without Robin Van Persie and James Wilson against Sunderland whilst Jack Rodwell continues to miss game after game through injury. Gus Poyet will cast a very frustrated figure that Rodwell’s injury concerns continue to haunt his career as the former Everton and Manchester City midfielder hasn’t managed a run of games for the club since his arrival. [Read more…]

African Nations Stars Return

For Manchester City they’ll be delighted the African Cup of Nations has finished. Although Yaya Toure and new signing Wilfried Bony won’t share their feelings, the newly crowned winners of the ACON will now be determined to reduce the gap between them and Chelsea which has significantly increased after Toure’s absence which has struck them hard. The Ivory Coast duo will be taking on another of their international colleagues as they welcome Newcastle United to the Etihad Stadium who also sees the return of Cheick Tiote.

Aston Villa vs. Stoke

Aston Villa v Stoke City: Tim Sherwood is back in the Premier League and returns with Aston Villa who have dropped into the relegation zone for the first time this season and ultimately sealed Paul Lambert’s fate. No one can criticise Lambert for his methods and attempts to blood in youngsters but he clearly wasn’t getting the best out of a talented group at Villa Park.

Sherwood has already played a positive effect, giving them a few words at half time against Leicester City in the FA Cup last weekend sparked some life into them where they eventually ran out 2-1 victors. Stoke City won at Villa last season 4-1 but they were on the receiving end of the score line in the FA Cup 5th round when they were hammered by Blackburn Rovers. Stoke are sitting very pretty in the top half of the table and have a comfortable 6 point gap between them and Everton in 12th place and have no concerns about relegation unlike their opposition on Saturday. [Read more…]