iBet: Seville have been outstanding at times

Gareth Purnell

Spanish La Liga

Celta Vigo v Seville, kick off 8pm

Lay Celta Vigo at 1.92 to one with Betfair

Seville’s only defeat in their first six games was going down 3-2 to Barcelona – no disgrace there. They have conceded only two other goals (only one away from home) and produced an outstanding performance in beating Real Madrid 1-0. Tonight’s opponents are Celta Vigo. Their two wins have come against Grenada and Osasuna who are both in the bottom five. Seville have yet to be beaten on their travels and at less than 2/1, and with the draw on or side, it could be worth laying the home side.


According to my friends at Oddschecker, Camelot was matched at 33/1 after losing the St Leger in mid September. But as rumours that he will run in the Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe have gathered strength, the price has been shortening and with it now confirmed, 2011 champion Danedream withdrawn, and Frankie Dettori booked to ride, Aiden O’Brien’s colt goes off the 3/1 joint favourite on Sunday. However, when it comes to the classics, Ladbrokes are the firm with their finger most on the pulse in my opinion, and they tell me that their worst result is the Japanese triple crown and Prix Foy winner Orfevre (best price 100/30 with Sporting Bet). They are also keen to keep Meadre (best price 22/1 with Betfair) on side.

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