Rhys Williams has analysed Thursday's racing and has a sole selection at Uttoxeter...
Rhys says: "Lough Carra has halved in price this morning but I think he's still overpriced in a very weak novices' hurdle at Uttoxeter.
"No Recollection heads the market and he showed a good level of ability at his best on the flat. However, he's not produced the same level since being gelded and it's concerning how weakly he's finished on his last two starts.
"Maillot Blanc sets the standard on hurdling form for No Recollection and the rest to aim at and he has a good chance but the market hasn't missed that whereas I think it has missed the potential of Lough Carra."
Rhys's bet: Back Lough Carra each-way 19:05 Uttoxeter @ 26.025/1
Canadian Open, from 12:00
With a week to go before the US Open, the PGA Tour pops over the border for the Canadian Open and our man Steve Rawlings is back with his in-depth preview.
Steve says: "I'm waiting on the weather and the draw before contemplating any further wagers but I was very surprised to be able to back Brendon Todd at a triple figure price following his third place finish in the Charles Schwab Challenge last time out.
"This looks just his sort of test and if he plays like he did at Colonial, where he ranked first for Driving Accuracy, fifth for Scrambling and fourth for Strokes Gained Putting, he's going to be there or thereabouts.
Steve's bet: Back Brendan Todd @ 120.0119/1
Mark Milligan looks at Thursday's Irish racing and recommends his quartet of selections at Leopardstown...
Mark says: "A winner on his return at Gowran in April, Plunkett then ran really well to finish a narrow second at Limerick on his next start, getting chinned only late on having been prominent throughout.
"The son Gleneagles then improved again despite finishing only third at the Curragh last time, where he again gave best only late in the day.
"An uncomplicated ride, I expect Gilligan to ride Plunkett prominently and the pair should take plenty of stopping from a handy low draw."
Mark's bet: Back Plunkett to win 17:45 Leopardstown at 5.04/1 or better
North Macedonia v Georgia
High-flying Georgia look like providing a spot of value in the Nations League, according to our football props column.
Andy Schooler says: "First of all, I'll happily take the 7/10 about the away side winning over 3.5 corners. They forced eight against Gibraltar and six in Bulgaria on Sunday. In the aforementioned Sweden game, they managed five.
"However, the second selection gives us the chunky price and that's Khvicha Kvaratskhelia to score at any time. The rising star of Georgian football has six goals in his last seven competitive internationals, while he assumed penalty duty against the Bulgarians.
"Kvaratskhelia, who will join Napoli this summer, also has eight in his last nine domestic games for Georgian league leaders Dinamo Butami, while as an added bonus he netted in the equivalent fixture of the 2020/21 Nations League.
"Usually a wide man, he's played more centrally in the current international window and subsequently taken a tournament-high 10 shots, so 4/1 about him finding the net for a team brimming with confidence simply looks too big."
Andy's bet: Back Georgia over 3.5 corners and Khvicha Kvaratskhelia to score @ 9.517/2
North Macedonia v Georgia
North Macedonia really is the place to be on Thursday evening as Kevin Hatchard also makes the match against Georgia his focus, albeit with a different angle...
Kevin says: "Georgia are enjoying a purple patch. They have won four of their last five games, including a stunning 5-2 win in Bulgaria last time out. They have scored in 10 of their last 15 matches in all competitions. In their last four away games they have won in Kosovo (2-1), Bosnia (1-0) and Bulgaria (5-2).
"North Macedonia narrowly missed out on a place in the World Cup finals, as they lost their play-off final to Portugal, but they did knock out European champions Italy in the semi-finals. They have started their Nations League campaign by drawing 1-1 against Bulgaria and winning 2-0 against Gibraltar. They have found the net in 14 of their last 19 internationals."
Kevin's bet: Back Both Teams To Score at 2.021/1
Dan Fitch has picked Bet Builders for eight of tonight's Nations League fixtures so here are a couple to get you started...
Switzerland v Spain
Dan says: "After drawing their first two games, Spain need to kickstart their Nations League campaign with a win in Switzerland, who have lost both of their matches. A Spain win and over 1.5 goals is 2.47/5."
Dan's bet: Back Spain and over 1.5 goals @ 2.47/5
Portugal v Czech Republic
Dan says: "It's been a good start for these two sides, with both beating Switzerland and drawing with Spain. The Czech Republic came close to beating the Spanish before conceding a late goal that made it 2-2, so Portugal might be a little short here. A both teams to score and over 2.5 goals double is 2.255/4."
Dan's bet: Back both teams to score and over 2.5 goals @ 2.255/4