Andrew Hughes is backing Paris St Germain to pick up an easy three points on Sunday in another cross-sport weekend multiple.
“Under Henry’s guidance, Monaco are second from bottom in Ligue 1, and in midweek struck a new low with their worst ever European defeat.”
Thierry Henry's introduction to football management has been about as rough as it gets. Under Henry's guidance, Monaco are second from bottom in Ligue 1, and in midweek struck a new low with their worst ever European defeat.
As if that weren't bad enough, as James Eastham points out, this weekend, Henry's struggling side will be taking on the dominant force in French football while missing 12 players through injury or suspension, including five first-team stars.
Odds of [1.2] on a visiting team would not normally offer much appeal, but in this case, we can make an exception and back Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and co. to extend Paris St Germain's perfect Ligue 1 record to thirteen.
Pakistan are favourites to clinch their one day series against New Zealand on Sunday, but the visitors look a better bet.
While they were well-beaten in the Twenty20 series, the Black Caps are better suited to this format at the moment, and they put on a solid bowling display in Wednesday's opening game, bowling out the home side for 219.
Pakistan hit back on Friday with another exciting performance from teenager Shaheen Shah Afridi and fellow bowler Shadab Khan, which took the pressure off their inconsistent batting line-up. There is plenty of firepower in the Pakistan ranks, but they lack New Zealand's fifty over experience and I think the tourists will edge it.
New Orleans Saints won last weekend's big clash against the LA Rams and are strong favourites to extend their seven game winning streak in Cincinnatti, but I think a shock could be on the cards this weekend.
As Matthew Crist highlights in his NFL Week Ten Tipping column, the Saints have struggled when taking on AFC North sides this season, and but for kicking errors by their opponents, could have lost to both Baltimore and Cleveland.
The Bengals are no pushovers, either. Still in the hunt for a play off spot, they've beaten Tampa Bay, Miami and Baltimore at home, and should be raring to go here after a week off. At these odds, they're worth backing to surprise the Saints.
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2018 Weekend Multiple P/L
Staked: 89 pts
Returned: 92.78 pts
P/L: + 3.78 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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