Andrew Hughes landed an 11/1 treble on Sunday and he thinks Panama can lead the way in another cross-sport weekend multiple
“Both are built on strong defences and in a tight game, goals might be at a premium.”
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The winner of Saturday's Group A clash between Panama and Martinique will definitely reach the knock-out stages and could even top the Group, although that would depend on Nicaragua upsetting the United States.
Martinique have impressed so far this tournament, beating Nicaragua in their opener before putting up a brave show against the United States, losing 3-2, and while Panama go into this game as favourites, having taken a point off the hosts, there isn't much to choose between these sides. Both are built on strong defences and in a tight game, goals might be at a premium, so backing the draw looks a good way to go.
Garbine Muguruza and Venus Williams will meet on grass for the first time on Saturday in a fascinating and well-matched final.
Both have been impressive all tournament long, and have dropped only two sets between them along the way, but Muguruza has had the easier draw, with her victory over an out-of-form Angelique Kerber probably her toughest game.
Although Muguruza won the last time they met at the quarter-final of the Rome Masters this season, Williams has won their other three encounters, and has a massive edge in terms of Grand Slam and Wimbledon final experience. At the available odds she looks a good price to pick up her sixth Wimbledon title.
The Minnesota Twins had a strong first half to the season, and although they lost their last two games going into the All-Star break, they will head south this weekend in a good position, lying second in the American League Central, with Saturday's starting pitcher Jose Berrios holding a healthy 8-2 record.
Unfortunately, they will be taking on one of MLB's two red-hot teams in this three-match series. The Astros became just the fourth team in American League history to win 60 games before the All-Star break and are virtual certainties to win the American League West Division. Starting pitcher Charlie Morton may not be the flashiest in MLB but he's been solid all season and can steer the dominant Astros to another win.
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2017 Weekend Multiple P/L
Staked: 53 pts
Returned: 74.68 pts
P/L: +21.68 pts