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Un Temps Pour Tout has all but been ruled out of the Cheltenham Festival by trainer David Pipe, and as a result Dunguib and Clondaw Kaempfer head the betting for the Coral Cup.1725
Former Champion Bumper winner Dunguib showed some of his old sparkle last time and is as short as 9/1 with Stan James, while Clondaw Kaempfer is no shorter than 10/1. Both can be backed at 12s generally.
Emerald Breeze is a strongly-backed favourite ahead of Wolverhampton's 18.00.1635
Tim Pitt's horse got off the mark over course and distance a week ago and looks well-in under a penalty, so it's no surprise that the morning 2/1 has been punted into 11/10 generally.
Waving goes for a remarkable six-timer in the 18.30 but the 7/4 favourite might be up against it if the market is correct.
Several have been backed in opposition but Knightly Escapade is the big mover having halved in price from 5/1 to 5/2.
Troy Boy has been the subject of a similar gamble and is a best of 5/2 for the 19.00, where there's also been money for The Bay Bandit at 11/2.
Flying Power is 4/1 from 7s for the 19.30, newcomer Philosophy is 11/4 from 7/2 for the 20.00 while Pinotage is a strong favourite for the 20.30 at a best of 2/1 with sportingbet.
It's also a big weekend in the Barclays Premier League and bet365 aren't expecting Chelsea to slip up when they host Tottenham.1545
Chelsea are 4/7 with the firm and no bigger than Ladbrokes' 8/13, and bet365 spokesman Steve Freeth said: "There will be many pre-game references to Gary Lineker's winning header for Spurs at the Bridge, but Jose already looks well on his way to another unbeaten campaign."
Those who do fancy a Spurs upset can have 6/1 with bet365 and Boylesports and it's 3/1 the draw.
Meanwhile, Cardiff host Fulham in a key relegation game but bet365 offer 4/7 that both fail to survive.
"You suspect the term 'six pointer' will get a mention or two before the clash in South Wales as both sides fight against the odds to stay in the top flight," added Freeth.
As for the game itself, Cardiff are 7/5 with William Hill, Fulham are 5/2 with bet365 and the draw is 9/4.
Arsenal v Everton is the first of this weekend's FA Cup games and the Gunners are favourites to advance.1520
However, at 10/11 with BetVictor they've been eased a tad despite an excellent record against Everton, who are 15/4 with bet365 and 13/5 to force a replay generally.
The other three quarter-finals are on Sunday with Sheffield United v Charlton first to get under way.
The Blades are on a fine winning run and are 13/10 to extend it and book a Wembley semi-final spot, but Charlton have produced some excellent results in the competition and are 13/5 for another, with the draw slightly shorter at 12/5.
Betting Zone followers will be hoping that Hull can overcome Sunderland after Andy Schooler tipped Steve Bruce's side at 100/1.
They're 6/5 to win in 90 minutes and thus ensure they're one win away from a massive payout, but BetVictor have been forced to trim Sunderland to 27/10 following support. It's again 12/5 the draw.
Finally, Manchester City host Wigan and they're long odds-on at 1/6, with a repeat of last year's shock final win for Wigan priced up at 20s with bet365.
In the outright betting, City are 10/11 favourites from Arsenal at 3/1 and it's 15/2 bar.
"Everton are our worst result so we will be happy for the Gunners to come good this weekend, that said if Arsenal are knocked out then City will become one of the shortest priced favourites at this stage in the competition's history" said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
Click here for Man On The Spot's preview of tomorrow's televised racing.1455
The RBS 6 Nations returns this weekend with England v Wales the highlight.1410
England are favourites to win the Twickenham clash but they've drifted to 4/6 as support comes for Wales at a general 6/4.
Ladbrokes are one firm who've reported money for the underdogs but they welcome it, as Jessica Bridge confirmed: "There's an air of confidence in the England camp right now, and with Wales yet to really hit their stride we have no problems in making the home side the favourites for victory this weekend."
England are currently 13/8 to win the Six Nations, the same price as Ireland, who've been backed with William Hill.
"We have seen money for Wales all week and Ireland are now the best backed team to win the Six Nations," said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
Ireland should have no trouble beating Italy this weekend and are 1/50 to do so, with handicap spreads making them roughly 24 points superior.
Things might not be quote so simple for France, who have been eased to 4/11 to beat Scotland.
Entries for Thursday's races at the Cheltenham Festival are through and there are no major surprises among them.1330
Annie Power remains on course for the Ladbrokes World Hurdle and is a 15/8 favourite from Big Buck's, who has been eased to 3/1 by 888sport.
At Fishers Cross is a 7/1 chance from Quevega, who is 9/1 with 888sport but is considered a most unlikely starter. More Of That and Rule The World are next at 10/1 and they're likely to prove popular with each-way punters.
"It could be a straight match between Annie Power and Big Buck's, but punters have also been keen on Rule The World and there's been a steady flow of money on At Fishers Cross since AP McCoy decided on him," said William Hill spokesman Jon Ivan-Duke.
It's 4/1 the field in the Ryanair Chase, with Dynaste and Benefficient currently shading favouritism from Al Ferof, who can be backed at 9/2 with BetVictor.
Sky Bet have cut First Lieutenant to 9/2 but he's available at 6/1 with William Hill, who also make Gold Cup entry Last Instalment a top-price 10/1 chance for the shorter race.
At bigger prices, it's interesting to see that bet365 have cut Boston Bob - a 25/1 chance for the World Hurdle and 33s for the Gold Cup - to just 8/1 today. However, he can be backed at 16/1 elsewhere.
The JLT Novices' Chase gets Thursday's card under way and Felix Yonger heads the market at 5/1, although general 8/1 chance Vukovar is proving increasingly popular.
If In Doubt is into 8/1 for the Pertemps Final after an eye-catching run last time out, while Pendra is into just 9/1 for the Byrne Group Plate with Paddy Power but can be backed at 16/1 elsewhere.
Finally, if you fancy Cause Of Causes for the Kim Muir it could be worth taking the 10/1 on offer with Boylesports, Ladbrokes and William Hill, as all other firms have trimmed him slightly with 8/1 the general price.
Baltimore Rock is the mover ahead of tomorrow's big race, the William Hill Imperial Cup at Sandown.1315
Tom Scudamore will ride David Pipe's horse who has hardened from 10/1 to a best of 7/1 with William Hill and Boylesports, with Coral quoting just 5/1.
Regal Encore remains favourite but he's out to a best of 3/1 with bet365, ahead of general 7/2 chance Vibrato Valtat who has been backed from 6/1 on Monday.
New Year's Eve is a general 9/1 chance and therefore just ahead of Pipe's other runner, Swing Bowler, at 10/1. Coral go a best of 14/1 about Gassin Golf, a price generally quoted about Fourth Estate, and it's 20/1 bar.
Click here for Simon Crawford's latest boxing preview.1300
Bin End unseated his rider last time out but has been backed to make amends in the first race at Leicester.1245
Trained by Frank Brennan, this horse was available at 5/1 this morning but is all the way into 5/2 as favourite Morgans Bay drifts to 6/4. In the same race, 8/1 chance Brassbound has also met support.
Little Legend is 11/4 to make it six wins on the spin in the 15.15, but the money horse in this Hunters' Chase is 3/1 chance Currency Exchange who has shortened a couple of points.
Great Link goes for a hat-trick in the opener at Sandown and is a solid 2/1 favourite, but there has been money for Captain Cardington in opposition.1230
A winner at the course when previously in the care of Sheena West, the five-year-old is now a best of 11/2 with sportingbet having been 8/1 this morning.
In the 14.30, it's all about Greywell Boy who is no bigger than the 6/4 offered by Boylesports having been 9/4 overnight.
Jack Bene has come in for more support ahead of the 15.05 and is now 8/1 generally, while both Valid Reason (12/1 from 18s) and San Telm (10/1 from 14s) have been backed each-way for the 15.40.
The only other mover of note comes in the final race, where A Tail Of Intrigue is 15/8 from 3/1 to upstage favourite Mountain King, who is out to 11/10 as a result.
Finaghy Ayr would be a well-named winner today given that he runs - you guessed it - at Ayr in the 15.25.1215
Whether that's why the six-year-old has been backed or not is hard to know, but whatever the case he's into 5/1 from 8/1.
In the 14.20, last-time-out winner Titus Bolt is a pretty solid favourite at 11/8 with Stan James and sportingbet but Itstimeforapint has been supported in opposition and now trades at 11/2 from 8/1.
On a quiet day in terms of racing gambles, Stormin Exit is 100/30 from 5/1 for the 16.35 while Heart O Annandale and Samson Collonges are both popular at around the 7/1 mark for the finale.
The totescoop6 could create its next millionaire tomorrow as last weekend's winning punter sets his sights on the £878,564 bonus fund.1200
The anonymous bonus hunter, a man in his 60s, staked £2 in a Coral betting shop and collected £411,959 after being the only person to pick all six winners in last Saturday's Scoop6.
He will take his haul to nearly £1.3m if he can select the winner of tomorrow's bonus race. Such a payout would make him one of the biggest single winners in betting shop history.
The race in question will be the 17-runner European Breeders' Fund William Hill "National Hunt" Novices' Handicap Hurdle Final at Sandown, where Doctor Harper could go off favourite in a wide open contest.
The man, from Nuneaton, is looking forward to Saturday saying: "I feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to win such a life changing amount of money this weekend. It's what everyone who plays the Scoop6 dreams of.
"I'd like to thank everyone at Betfred and totepool for being so helpful, and also the other players who reached the final leg of the Scoop6 and have wished me luck in the bonus race. I still can't believe I was the only winner.
"If I go on to win this extra money, maybe a big holiday is on the cards. I'm so happy I won so much last Saturday and it proves what a fantastic bet the Scoop6 continues to be."
totepool spokesman Andrew Griffiths added: "Tomorrow could be one of the biggest days in Scoop6 history and we're looking forward to it. It was a fantastic achievement to win more than £400,000 for just £2 and we hope our bonus hunter carries his good form into the bonus race."
The Grand Military Gold Cup is today's feature race at Sandown and Solix is a marginal favourite at 3/1.1130
Bradley is next in the betting at 7/2 and has been trimmed by one or two firms, but the mover in the race is Jack Bene at a best of 10/1 from 14s and as short as 7/1 in a place.
Polisky is a standout 4/1 chance with Stan James, most firms quote 9/2 about Le Reve, and it's 16/1 bar.
We'll bring you the major racing movers from all today's cards before the action begins this afternoon.
Click here for Simon Holt's take on tomorrow's racing from Sandown and Wolverhampton.1110
Staying with darts, the UK Open begins in half an hour and Michael van Gerwen is favourite at 5/2.1055
The event, dubbed the 'FA Cup of darts', can throw up some surprise winners and there's been money for in-form Gary Anderson at 25/1, as well as BDO champion Stephen Bunting at 33s.
Sky Bet have boosted Phil Taylor to a standout 4/1 while Adrian Lewis can be backed at 8/1 generally. Peter Wright is a 14/1 chance and it's 20/1 and bigger the rest.
Click here for our preview.
Michael van Gerwen is 6/5 favourite to win this year's Premier League Darts, following his draw with Adrian Lewis last night.1045
Lewis is now a general 11/2 chance and remains behind Phil Taylor in the betting, despite the fact that Taylor lost for the fourth time in five matches in Exeter. Taylor is now 9/2 with Boylesports.
Peter Wright shared the spoils with Robert Thornton and is now 8/1 with BetVictor, with Raymond van Barneveld next at 12/1 after he also drew with Dave Chisnall.
Gary Anderson's victory over Taylor saw him trimmed to 22/1, again with BetVictor, and it's 40/1 bar.
Brian Stuard leads after round one of the Puerto Rico Open and he's 11/2 to land a first PGA Tour title.1020
Stuard was well supported before the event having played well at the course last year, and an opening nine of 31 paved the way for a round of 66, in which he carded just one bogey.
In-form William McGirt, another seeking his first win, is into 14/1 having moved to within two of Stuard's lead with a round of 68. Alongside him in the betting is George McNeill, a former winner of the event who sits in a share of 11th after round one.
Like McNeill, Jason Gore was tipped by our David John and after a round of 67 to sit second he's into 33/1 from 150s. Alongside him on the leaderboard is former US Amateur champion Danny Lee, who is into 35/1 from 200s with bet365.
Rory McIlroy remains favourite after a rain-affected first day at the WGC-Cadillac Championship.1000
McIlroy reached one-under through 14 holes before play was abandoned for the day and is a general 8/1 chance, which is just about the price he was before the tournament got under way.
Adam Scott has closed in on him in the betting, though, having got to two-under through just 10 holes. He's now sharing favouritism with several firms but Betfred go 9/1 about the Australian.
Dustin Johnson is two-under and 12/1, while Hunter Mahan is one of five players tied for the lead on three-under and is into 16/1.
Betting Zone's 40/1 tip Harris English managed to complete his first round and signed for a three-under 69 for the clubhouse lead, and he's no bigger than Betfred's 18/1 and indeed as short as 11s with Coral.
It wasn't such a good start for Tiger Woods, who will resume his round on the 11th hole at two-over and five off the lead. From a pre-tournament 16/1 he's just about doubled in price to around 33s.
Another preview now as Ian Millward looks at Sunday's Super League games, while he also has an NRL fancy included in that.0950
Ian had a winner last night thanks to Widnes and also previews tonight's games here.
Good morning and welcome to Friday's market moves centre. We've got golf, racing, darts, football and lots more on the way but we'll start with a couple of previews which went out last night.0930
Colin Ross has a pretty strong fancy north of the border, while Nick Hext's takes a look at Sunday's FA Cup quarter-finals and includes a 20/1 shot in his selections.
I'll post links to our big weekend previews at the top of this page shortly so stand by for those.