Aviva Premiership round 10

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    leg
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    Sale v Exeter

    Like the look of the Sale team tonight. The bench is pretty useful as well. You will always get a full effort from Sale in this one. They’ll be pumped up to beat a team above them in the pecking order at home.

    Chiefs have a good team as well although there are few changes to personnel.

    I think in a game like this to get a +4 start on the home team with potentially a little bit of rain around in the second half is a good thing.

    Sale +4 @boyles 1.91 1.5 units

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    bazzington
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    Cheers leggy. I fancy o40.5 in that one. Seems a bit low going on recent games from both teams.

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    #10053

    Ragyboy
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    Didn’t want to jinx your bet Leggy so refrained from posting last night but I really fancied Exeter and had a nice little touch in them.

    Change of tack today with a ‘buying money’ treble.

    straight wins for England, Scarlets and Wasps.

    Pays 2.14 with Betfair and 2.07 elsewhere (Lads, Hills etc.)

    I think Scarlets and Wasps are mismatches so it hinges on whether England can do the business. Not a bad punt to more than double your stake.

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