Archive for March, 2015

International Football Results – 30 March 2015


After the weekend’s Euro 2016 qualifying matches, the next slate of fixture’s came in the form of international friendlies hosted on Monday night (30 March). Those yesterday match results did not exactly contain the world’s elite, but there were a couple of interesting outcomes.

Radamel Falcao managed to score for the second straight game. The out-of-favour Man Utd striker netted a penalty in the 74th minute to cap off the scoring for Columbia in a 3-1 win over Kuwait. Falcao scored a double in his previous match against Bahrain. However, those opponents are much weaker than those in the Premier League.

The most exciting match of the evening was played between Thailand and Cameroon. Alarmingly for Cameroon, they were 2-0 down after only 32 minutes. But then they pulled one back just before halftime, enabling them to go on and win the game with a 3-2 score.

Warwick Racecourse Results – 30 March 2015


The going was soft at Warwick Racecourse on Monday 30 March, which made for some thrilling outcomes in the UK horse racing results yesterday. In fact, not one favourite managed to win a race.

Rathealy kick-started the afternoon with a victory at odds of 12/1 in the 14:20 Novices Handicap Hurdle. Tribal Dance then took the 14:55 Novices Handicap Chase with highly rewarding odds of 14/1.

Seventh Sky then rod to win the 15:25 at 6/1, finishing ahead of Not Buts at 7/2. Another undercard won in the 16:00, when Rolling Maul claimed the race at 8/1.

The 16:30 Handicap Chase is the only race in which a favourite came close, with Hi Vic coming in second at 5/4. However, the race was won by Coolking at 7/4. Walking In The Air then finished off the day by winning the 15:05 Maiden Open National Hunt Flat Race at 4/1.

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Kempton Park Tips – 1 April 2015


A pleasant evening of five races will be on offer for those who attend Kempton Park today (Wednesday 1 April). The Polytrack surface means that the going will be standard, so there will be no surface-related surprises. You can prepare for the action by checking out today’s horse racing naps from Sky Sports.

The 18:45 Handicap features 14 runners competing in a qualifier for the London Mile Series. In previewing the race, Sky has Vivat Rex as the favourite at 4/1. Meanwhile, the second-rated horse for the race is Ian’s Memory at 6/1. The 14-strong field is quite competitive, so backing each-way makes sense.

Following the 18:45 is the 19:15 Maiden Stakes, which will feature eight runners of three or older. For this race, the favourite has been identified as Chorus Of Lies at (7/4). Aussie Andre is ranked second at 5/2, while Katie Elder is longer at 6/1.

Southwell Speed Figures – 31 March 2015


We had considered previewing Exeter for today’s daily speed figures, but each race is pretty crowded. Instead, though, we look to Southwell Racecourse on Tuesday 31 March. Ahead of today’s races, the conditions are rated as standard with the weather cloudy and windy.

The first race to jump out at us is the 15:25 Handicap, which will feature eight four-year-olds. From those eight runners, Bond Fastrac has been identified by the Racing Post as the quickest with an 83 rating. Just behind, though, is Foie Gras with an 81 rating. Meanwhile, 11/4 favourite Spowarticus is rated close behind with 79.

Immediately after, we are next looking at the 16:00 Handicap. A total of nine runners have declared for this race open to four-year-olds or older. At present, the clear quickest is outsider Cathedral (20/1) with an 84 rating. That is eight points higher than the 76 of Apollo Eleven (7/1) and Samtu (10/3).

Home Nations Win in Euro 2016 Qualifying


The football results from yesterday gave us a rare outcome to celebrate, with Scotland marking the fourth home weekend victory of the weekend (27-29 March 2015). More often than not, there is a weak link that does not manage to win.

Starting with England’s win on Friday night, the Three Lions racked up yet another comfortable victory by beating Lithuania 4-0. Harry Kane came on as a sub and scored his first international goal.

From the Saturday games, Gareth Bale starred in a 3-0 win over Israel by netting twice. Moving on to Sunday, Kyle Lafferty scored twice for Northern Ireland in a 2-1 win at home against Finland.

Last of all Scotland, made it four from four for the home nations with a 6:1 score line over Gibraltar. After Gibraltar levelled in the 19th minute, Scotland never looked back. Steven Fletcher bagged a hat trick on the evening.

Ascot Horse Racing Results – 29 March 2015


Royal Ascot will not be getting underway until 16 June 2015, but that does not mean a lack of racing for the prestigious course. In fact, we have some UK horse racing results and payouts to share from Sunday 29 March. On an overcast day with drizzle, the going was good to soft.

Special Agent won the first race at 7/4 in the 14:00 Maiden Hurdle, beating joint-favourite Vintage Vinnie in third. In the 14:30 Novices Chase, Puffin Billy stole victory at 5/4 ahead of the favoured Thomas Crapper at 11/10.

Lil Rockerfeller generated a rewarding payout by winning at 9/1 in the 15:05 Juvenile Handicap Hurdle. Un Ace then secure another win for the favourites at 11/4 in the 15:40 Novices Handicap.

Creevytennant (9/2) won the 16:10 Handicap Chase, while Morito Du Berlais (13/8) won the 16:45 Jockeys Handicap Hurdle and Calgary Bay won the 17:15 Hunters Chase

Man Utd Misfit Doubles Up in Colombia


Yesterday’s matches (26 March 2015) were notable for the fact that the football world was relatively quiet in terms of fixtures. Sadly for Man Utd manager Louis van Gaal, though, under par striker Radamel Falcao delivered a two-goal performance for his native Colombia.

Despite finding the net again, the concern regarding Falcao’s two goals is that they came against Bahrain – certainly not the most challenging of opponents. Falcao will have to prove in his next Man Utd match that he can perform in situations of greater difficulty.

In other results, the Ivory Coast notched up a solidly unspectacular 2-0 win over Angola. The current African Cup of Nations champions did not excel.

Lastly, the oddest result of the evening came courtesy of the Carlos Queiroz-coached Iran, who managed to defeat Chile 2-0. After flying high at last summer’s World Cup in Brazil, Chile have slumped considerably.

Doncaster Horse Racing Preview – 28 March 2015


Across the country, there are many exciting horse races to enjoy today (28 March), and from the various events our focus is on the action at Doncaster Racecourse. Sky Sports has come up with a number of appealing horse racing naps, the best of which you can find below.

The first major race of the day is the £37,000 14:00 Doncaster Mile Stakes, which will feature just five runners aged four years or older. From the crowd, Sky Sports reckons that Tulius is the favoured option at 4/7.

Not long after, we have the 14:35 Cammidge Trophy to enjoy, which also boasts a £37,000 prize fund. Out of 11 runners, Sky Sports had pegged Astaire as the favourite with 7/2 odds.

The next two races feature highly congested fields, which is why you should look to King of Normandy at 5/4 in the 16:20 in the Maiden Stakes as a potential prospect.

Chelmsford Racecourse Results – 26 March 2015


Chelmsford is another of the modern racecourses where Polytrack has been installed to allow for all-weather action. However, the weather was pretty good for the UK horse racing results yesterday on Thursday 26 March. In general, the weather was dry with breezes.

The early evening action began with a thrilling victory for Mishrif at 10/1 in the 17:45 in the Apprentice Handicap, finishing ahead of Claude Greenwood at 7/1 in second. Entertainment then went on to win the 18:15 Median Auction Maiden Stakes as favourite at 1/3.

Bint Dandy was also a favourite, winning the 18:45 handicap at 15/8. Bertie Blu Boy then kept the rewarding wins coming with a victory at 6/1 in the 19:15 Handicap.

In the penultimate race of the evening, Yul Finegold impressed with a win at 7/1 in the 19:45 Handicap. Siren’s Cove then completed the night at 6/1 in the 20:15 Handicap.