Sporting Index Cross Country Chase

This is the time of the year that dichotomous ATS and SU records pay off. Oddsmakers make very little adjustment because the public has no interest in betting bad teams or against good teams.

Explained in our articles around the Net, basically if a team has a great SU record but horrid ATS record or visa versa, you ride for that to continue as it is the sign of which teams are most under or overvalued.

Duke has lost but covered three straight, staying under the radar.  Just 1-8 SU they are getting no respect as they face a Clemson team overrated thanks to beating an even more overrated Miami team last week.  With the home team being 7-2 SU in Clemson’s games we don’t look for them to win by two TDs in an obvious hangover contest.

GA Tech is a perfect 8-0 off a double-digit win as a dog since 1992

Texas Tech is 61-35 in the conference the last 10 years

Arkansas is 20-8 after a game in which 60 or more points were scored

Oregon is 9-1 since 1992 when playing a team with a winning percentage of the .500s

Nebraska is 11-0 since 1992 following a game in which they allowed 325 or more yards passing in their last game

Bowling Green is 20-7 following a win of 17 or more points since 1992

To celebrate their sponsorship of the Chase at Cheltenham this Friday, Sporting Index are running a generous offer open to all clients:

‘Bet high’ on any horse in the Sporting Index Cross Country Chase race index, and if it falls, refuses or unseats its rider at any of the first 16 fences, the bookie will refund your losses.

Please remember that the maximum refund is £200 per horse and each client can bet on a maximum of 3 horses.

Its not often that a bookie will be that generous and offer so much free money, so hurry up and open your account to make sure you don’t miss out. For full details on all these offers, and to view the latest prices, click here.

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