We kept it simple last weekend and it paid off nice winning double. both London Irish and Bath doing the job for us. This weekend looks a very tricky weekend of games on paper so we are doing the same again with nice Saturday double and a couple of fun plays on Friday night under the lights at Kingsholm: Games Postponed due to Covid19:

Gloucester vs Sale 28/2/20 7:45ko

Very tentative selection for the winner would go the way of the form team Sale, but if there is one thing that lets them down, it is their away form. So we won’t play on the result of this game. I have found a couple of very attractive prices in the anytime try Scorer market. So we can sit back, watch the game and hope the tries roll in with two teams who like to attack from all over the park

Danny Cipriani anytime try scorer 9/1 best price with Betfair (lost)

Sam James anytime try scorer 9/1 best price with Betfair (lost)

Harlequins vs Exeter 29/2/20 3:00ko

Quins, a team I have found very frustrating this season, one week they look like world beaters, the next the may as well have stayed in West London. Exeter have the odd blip on their record, but last weeks performance against Saints was nothing short of awesome. They mixed their game up fantastically the ball carrier power of their pack, the ferocity of their defence and how clinical they are when they get into the opponents 22. They are great to watch. With a few players being released from international squads for some game time they only get stronger and I wouldn’t expect them to travel back down to day with anything less than 5 points

Exeter -6 handicap 10/11 most major bookies (lost)

Northampton vs Saracens 29/2/20 3:00ko

Both of these sides were on the wrong end of 50 point drubbings last weekend. Saints bumped into and Exeter side who were really on it last week. And the two weeks previous will have hurt just as much throwing away half time leads to lose at home to Bristol and Irish. They welcome back a couple of internationals this week and I expect a bit of a backlash in front of an expectant Franklin’s Gardens. Having Dan Biggar at the helm is exactly what they and he need after last weekend. Saracens looked as if their souls were destroyed last weekend after the first try went in. Heads went down and they folded like a Saracens side I haven’t seen before. Was that the beginning of the end, yes I think so. With their England internationals still away I can’t see them turning things around

Northampton -6 handicap 10/11 most major bookies (lost)

enjoy the games and the wins this weekend. Before we hopefully welcome back a big week in the 6nations next weekend and France taking another step closer to the Grand Slam (tipped at 14/1)

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