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Two of the teams who offer their fans the MyClubBetting service go head to head in a cracking tea-time clash (6pm).
And it is the Huddersfield Giants who can come out on top, thanks in large part to their kicking game, which is getting ever stronger.
They have great momentum with the pairing of Danny Brough and Jamie Ellis, and their forwards show great finesse and power. The half-backs are also a strong unit, and while they are expected to win, it may be surprising that they can win comfortably.
In what will likely be a high-scoring affair, we don’t feel Salford have the defensive capability to withstand the constant pressure from the Giants’ forwards.
SELECTION: Huddersfield @ 1.38
It could be worth opposing Andy Murray as he attempts to and a third Miami Open title.
Murray reached the semi-final by seeing off Dominic Thiem in three sets, but he is carrying a nagging shoulder injury.
He will need to feel in top shape to beat Tomas Berdych tonight and set up a likely final against Novak Djokovic, the man who beat him in the Australian Open final and again in the semi-final at Indian Wells.
But Berdych is simply over-priced to reach the final at 2.62. He has six wins over Murray in 11 meetings, although Murray leads 4-3 in hard court battles. The favourite has prevailed in six of the 11 meetings.
Take Derby County to see off Watford in the Championship’s only evening fixture.
This clash invariably sees a positive outcome one way or the other, as none of the last 13 meetings has ended in a draw.
Eight of the last nine meetings saw more three goals or more scored, and that could well be the case again (it is 1.88 for more than 2.5 goals to be scored).
Watford are in the automatic promotion places on goal difference from Middlesbrough and are five points ahead of the fifth-placed Rams.
Derby have had a slew of recent injuries which has not helped their promotion push, but they have lost just three of their 19 home games and have won 11 of them. Only Norwich and Watford, who have played a game more at home, have scored more than their 41 goals at home.
Derby have not won any of their last six games, however, so a bounce-back must be taken on trust.
Watford lost at home to Ipswich in their last match before the international break but seek a fifth victory in six away trips. It won’t be easy for the Rams, but we reckon they are a value bet. That word again. Value.
SELECTION: Derby to win @ 2.04
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