MCB EXCLUSIVE – The Friday Trio – your three sporting tips for today

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And now we’ll attempt to find three bets each day to stimulate your punting juices.

Here’s our offering for Friday, March 27…

Rugby League: Hull KR v St Helens

Mark Flanagan St Helens
Adding experience: Flanagan

This really should not be a closely-contested game. In short, this could be buying money.

St Helens are a class above Hull Kingston Rovers with six rounds of the Super League season played.

Saints are considered eight-point favourites, despite missing Joe Greenwood, their young back row, but Mark Flanagan comes in as an experienced replacement.

Hull KR have not been quick starters in their games this term and that is a concern against a Saints side who have played good defence and who remain unbeaten.

This looks the bet of the day to us, although the odds reflect this.

BET: St Helens to win @ 1.37

Football: England v Lithuania

While there is still a Euro 2016 qualifier to be won, the spotlight will understandably be on Harry Kane, who is set to win his first senior cap, having notched 29 goals for Tottenham this season.

Lithuania hold no fears for Roy Hodgson’s outfit. England have won all four of their Group E games and have conceded one goal.

Lithuania have won two of their four games thus far, but in beating San Marino 2-0 and Estonia 1-0 they achieved little and should be cannon-fodder for the hosts.

With few significant injuries and qualification all but guaranteed, a sell-out Wembley crowd can expect to see Roy Hodgson experiment with an attacking line-up.

Harry Kane is a fair bet to score if making his senior debut and England can roll to a 4-0 or 5-0 success.

BET: England to score in both halves @ 1.59

Trust Thomas

Our last few racing selections have all won, so the pressure is on today and we tackle one of the most competitive races of the afternoon, the Surgo Construction Handicap Chase at Newcastle.

Trust Thomas (3:40), has finished second on his last five starts since landing a novices’ handicap chase on his jumping debut here in November.

He was three-quarters of a length behind Montoya’s Son (who re-opposes today) last time but is 2lb better off. Although he has been tricky to win with, at least you know you are going to get a good run for your money and the odds will be bigger than they perhaps should be.

Bet: Trust Thomas (Newcastle 3.40)

All odds quoted from Creigiau FC‘s betting service creigiuafc.myclubbetting.co.uk

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