It's another big weekend of sport so get tips from our experts for World Cup qualifiers, Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder, Indian Wells tennis and more...
"Wilder will try a different approach to the third bout, but it won't make any difference. He only knows one way to fight, and that's putting his freakish power to use. Fury knows what to expect... "
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Kevin Blake says: "Preference is given to Burning Victory in the 15:35 at Newmarket. The five-year-old first came to wider prominence when winning the Triumph Hurdle that is most remembered for the dramatic exit of Goshen. Absent for over a year, she has been given a fascinating campaign this summer, winning handicaps on the Flat in France either side of running a big race in the Galway Hurdle considering she jumped poorly.
"A 4lb penalty for her latest win on the Flat effectively puts her a mark of 98 here, which looks fair based on the best of her Flat form much earlier in her career. This track, trip and ground should all suit and a big run from her would not at all surprise."
Andorra v England
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Paul Higham says: "These game are always about just how England want to win, and if their players have enough enthusiasm to keep pushing if they're 2-0 or 3-0 up, as another 80-odd percent possession like at Wembley will surely see them bag a few more goals.
"England only got five of 19 shots on target in the last meeting, with the Andorran goalkeeper officially registering just one save, but the likes of Kane, Lingard and Mason Mount can step that up to bang in a few.
"Then you've got Grealish eager for a goal, Watkins and Abraham eager to impress and plenty of competition for places in the wide forwards and midfield areas - in short there's enough desire here to get England over 4.5 goals which, at 2.757/4, is a rare slice of value in an ultra one-sided betting heat."
Saturday and Sunday
Emma Raducanu returns to action for this first time since her stunning US Open victory at Indian Wells this weekend. Our tennis betting expert Dan Weston provides daily tips for both the women's and men's draws at the California event.
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Frank Monkhouse says: "Fury should have won the first fight, and he certainly made sure he won the second. The champion didn't just beat Wilder that night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas; he tortured him. The excuses Deontay has made since show he struggles to come to terms with just how badly Fury beat him in America. The Brit embarrassed him with skills then took him out with timing and power. Expect more of the same again here.
"Wilder will try a different approach to the third bout, but it won't make any difference. He only knows one way to fight, and that's putting his freakish power to use. Fury knows what to expect and has shown us twice before he has the tools to deal with it. Take Tyson to win by KO/TKO in the second half of the contest."
Mike Carlson says: "I think the idea of the coach of an 0-4 team coming off a tough loss in a relatively promising performance not travelling back with his team is inexcusable - the fact that video exists of his playing grab-ass in a bar the next night probably destroys whatever respect Urban Meyer's team had for him. My guess is he's gone after the London game next week, unless the Titans respond to their loss last week and play better. In that case, they'll cover."
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