Pandora Hughes has lined up another weekend treble and she's banking on Leicester to beat West Ham and continue their strong start to the season
“West Ham will go into the game with some confidence after they beat Wolves last weekend, but their thrashing by Everton in the EFL Cup in midweek was a reminder that this is a fragile and inconsistent Hammers side.”
With three wins out of three in the Premier League, Leicester City have made a storming start to the new campaign and they can continue that form on Sunday.
West Ham will go into the game with some confidence after they beat Wolves last weekend, but their thrashing by Everton in the EFL Cup in midweek was a reminder that this is a fragile and inconsistent Hammers side.
By contrast, Leicester have been impressively consistent, brushing aside West Brom and Burnley and scoring the result of the season so far with a 5-2 win at the Etihad. In their current mood, they are match for anyone and I can see them adding a few more to their goal tally in winning what should be an entertaining game.
While there is still plenty of time to go in the 2020 IPL, with just one win apiece so far, Kings XI Punjab and Chennai Super Kings will both see Sunday's encounter at the Dubai International Stadium as a must-win game.
Since winning their opener, nothing has gone right for Chennai, and their batting line-up has been particularly disappointing, having failed to chase down gettable totals in their last two outings against Hyderabad and Delhi.
Kings XI have not exactly been firing on all cylinders either, but in their defence, they missed out on a second win when losing a Super Over to Delhi and have twice posted scores of over 200 when batting first, so I will side with K.L.Rahul's men here.
Newcastle Knights are back in the NRL Finals after a seven-year wait, but Sunday's Elimination Final may be as far as they go.
Adam O'Brien deserves enormous credit for guiding the Knights to this stage, but they've started to struggle defensively at the worst possible time, conceding three 30-point defeats in their last five, including a 36-6 thrashing by Gold Coast last time.
There are no such worries for the Rabbitohs, who warmed up for this game with an impressive 52-point win over their Sydney rivals the Roosters. Given the struggles that the Knights have had out wide in recent games, the Rabbitohs could run up another big score here and I'm backing them to win comfortably.
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2020 Weekend Multiple P/L
Staked: 79 pts
Returned: 48.92 pts
P/L: -30.08 pts
2019 P/L +5.72 pts
2018 P/L – 0.61 pts
2017 P/L: + 0.99 pts
2016 P/L: + 20.99 pts
2015 P/L: - 0.51 pts
2014 P/L: + 12.69 pts
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