Get the best bets from our golf experts this week as the European Tour reaches its climax at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai...
"He has a history of making tough decisions which deliver the goods."
The European Tour draws to a close this week with the DP World Tour Championship so Steve Rawlings provides a comprehensive preview ahead of Thursday's start and shares his picks.
He says: "I'm happy to throw a few pounds in the direction of last week's winner, Antoine Rozner. He's long off the tee and he's clearly demonstrated a liking for desert golf."
Next Steve searches for players to back at long odds and comes up with two who are based in Dubai and could reward backers this week.
He says: "Paratore played in the final group in round four last week and he was matched at a low of 4.67/2 in-running. If he does so again here, he'll provide some profit and he's my idea of the best value among the outsiders."
Who will make a fast start at the DP? Dave Tindall has three each-way picks to be first round leader at the Earth Course on Thursday.
He says: "He opened with a 64 in last week's Golf in Dubai Championship to lie fifth at close of play. Warren added rounds of 70-68-67 to finish T8."
DP World Tour Championship - Top 5 and Top 10 Tips
Dave also arms you with the stats for a punt on the Top 5 and Top 10 Finish markets in Dubai. You may notice that a certain young Scot gets his support and that of another of our experts below.
He says: "Strong current form is backed up by some noteworthy desert form. The Scot sounds confident in his game and it's fair to expect another good week."
Matt Cooper has three-each way selections for the DP World Tour Championship with the Betfair Sportsbook paying seven places.
He says: "He has a history of making tough decisions which deliver the goods."
Patrick Reed, Tommy Fleetwood, Collin Morikawa and Tyrrell Hatton are the headline acts for Andy Swales in his guide to the course info and form stats for this week.
He says: "Another big week for Hatton in Dubai would round off the year perfectly, and with two-time Earth Course champs McIlroy and Rahm not taking part, his chances have increased dramatically."