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Betting news on England, Phil Taylor and Mila Kunis

by Josh Powell | October 9, 2012


Roy Hodgson has been told by the FA that he can pick Ashley Cole for England’s game against San Marino after the left-back was charged with bringing the game into disrepute after his offensive tweets.

FA Chairman David Bernstein revealed Cole apologised to him over the tweet about the FA which included the hashtag #BUNCHOFTW*TS

England are red-hot 1/200 favourites for the game and are not expected to have any problems thumping San Marino at Wembley.


The World Grand Prix threw up a few surprises with the in-form Simon Whitlock and top eight player Gary Anderson both crashing out in the first round last night.

Phil Taylor is looking for his 11th Grand Prix title and is safely through after beating youngster Michael Smith.

The first round continues tonight with James Wade, Wez Newton and Adrian Lewis all in action.


The incredibly hot Mila Kunis was named sexiest woman by Esquire and is now 5/1 from 8/1 for the FHM title making her the favourite.

Irish star Georgia Salpa has drifted from 6/1 out to 8/1 and last year’s winner Tulisa Contostavlos is out at 25/1. Kate Upton is another big market mover being shortened from 20/1 to 9/1.


There is racing today from Brighton, Catterick, Leicester and Wolverhampton. Unfortunately Tipperary has not survived the conditions and that meeting has been abandoned.

Luckily the Sun newspapers leading tipster Templegate has still picked out a delightful double for us at Catterick.

‘George Rooke in the 3.30pm can call check-mate on these rivals for trainer Kevin Ryan. My tip was headed a furlong out here last month but showed a fantastic attitude to get back up near the line on only his second run’.

‘St Mary De Castro in the 2.00pm is heaven sent. She shaped well in three maidens and makes her handicap debut on a sympathetic mark with trainer Mark Easterby in fine form’.

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