Afternoon guys,

What a weekend of European rugby we got to feast on. Multi bet went down in the 1st game, with what can only go down as one of the biggest shocks in recent European rugby history. I don’t think even the most die hard Saracens fans can say they went to the Aviva thinking they would be able to pull off a performance of that stature, It was truly breathtaking at times. The all French clash was a strange match to watch. Endless scrum resets, severe lack of any defensive structure, there may have been plenty of scores, but it just never seemed to flow at all. Not the spectacle i was hoping for. Toulouse, once again looked a force. They looked like they only came out of 3rd gear a couple of times in the match and still cruised past a strong Ulster side, who never gave up easy yards the whole game. I still stick with them to win it and hope you all played when advised Pre tournament at 15/2 (currently 7/2). The same can be said of the top point scorer being Thomas Ramos (advised at 9/1), who is currently sitting 2nd, 2 points behind John Cooney, who is now out of the tournament, So we would expect him to topple him in the semis. The last game of the weekend saw the machine that is Exeter slowly breakdown a spirited Saints side, who turned up for the first time properly in about 6 weeks. But Exeter are just superb at the moment, they seem to take every opportunity offered to them, just so clinical and put teams away with every mistake they make. Credit to Saints though who fought to the final whistle and can take a lot from the game

Tonight sees the Premiership rugby Cup final, played up in Sale, who have home advantage against an in form Harlequins. It looks set to be an intriguing match. I would expect Sale to come out on top, but i don’t like offering a win bet in a final, as they are there to be enjoyed, instead we will play the try scorer market with some bigger prices to have some strong interest throughout

Sale vs Harlequins 21/9/20 19:45 ko

We select two players who look set to play the full 80 minutes to give us the best chance of a result. Also players who have looked in form and got on the score sheet recently

Joe Marchant to score 2 or more tries in 80 minutes 11/1 best price with Betfair – (lost)

Joe is a player who has excited me for a long time now. He has pace to burn and a side step that is the envy of many in the Premiership. Some of the lines he cuts on the park mean he is always eyeing a hole to exploit and runs great support lines to try and get on the end of plays

Simon Hammersley to score 2 or more tries in 80 minutes 12/1 best price with Betfair – (lost)

Simon is a very underrated player, the way that Sale play the game at the moment means he often finds himself in the outside channels finishing off moves. Like Marchant he is often running some great support lines and field positioning is everything for these guys. He bagged one try when advised 2 weeks, so lets hope he can get on the end of these plays tonight

enjoy and good luck

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