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Tom Scudamore On His Newbury Rides

Tom Scudamore, horse racing

Coral ambassador looks ahead to his rides at Newbury on Saturday

Newbury 1.15 – Espoir De Teillee

I think Espoir De Teillee can run a big race here. He meets Kalooki on the same terms as when he beat him here last season, but he’s a much bigger price than that rival this time.

I thought he ran a nice race at Chepstow last time to warm up for this, he won’t mind the going here, the step up in trip shouldn’t be an issue, so I’d be hopeful of a good start to a massive day.

Newbury 3.00 – Cloth Cap

It’s great to be riding last year’s winner in this race once more. Yes he’s got to carry 18 pounds more than he did last year, but you’d be hard pushed to say he wouldn’t have won with that extra weight 12 months ago, such was the style in which he won.

Tom Scudamore, Cloth Cap

It didn’t work out for him in the Grand National, but he’s had wind surgery since and has been pleasing Jonjo [O’Neill] at home, and we were delighted with his reappearance run.

He could well be susceptible to a horse like Fiddlerontheroof or Eklat De Rire, a proverbial Grade One horse running in a handicap, and if the ground came up soft, which is unlikely now, Remastered could run a big race, but I’d be really hopeful Cloth Cap can run a huge race, and join an exclusive club of dual winners of this great race.

Newbury 3.35 – Numitor

Numitor is a really rapid improving type, he was last season and he’s continued that again this season. He’s a big strapping horse too so he should improve for his recent runs.

I think the track will suit and he’s another I can see running a really big race here.


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Chelsea v Manchester United: 5 key players

The post-Ole Gunnar Solskjaer era starts on Sunday with Chelsea v Manchester United and the Red Devils’ caretaker manager, Michael Carrick, having a tough task to come up with a plan to take on the league leaders.

United’s intention to appoint a successor to Solskjaer on a short-term deal gives Carrick a shot at earning the chance to take charge at Old Trafford until the end of the season. A trip to Stamford Bridge is a baptism of fire for the former England midfielder, who will need to come up with more of a tactical plan than United showed during their time under Solskjaer.

Individual players will have to step up, though, so here are five players who will help to decide the outcome of Chelsea v Manchester United in the Premier League on Sunday.


Chelsea v Manchester United: 5 key players


Eric Bailly

With the United captain Harry Maguire out of the game due to his suspension, Bailly will presumably have to step in alongside Victor Lindelof in the Red Devils back line.

The Ivory Coast international has only played 46 minutes in the Premier League this term, however, so deputising for Maguire will be a huge challenge for the 27-year-old. Injury issues have blighted Bailly’s time at Old Trafford but a new manager means a fresh start for a player who signed a three-year contract in April.

A strong performance v Chelsea could see Bailly move up the pecking order for Manchester United.


Edouard Mendy

Arguably the outstanding goalkeeper in the Premier League this term, Mendy has collected seven clean sheets, which is level for the most in the division with Manchester City’s Ederson.

Mendy is well protected by the Blues back line but the Senegal star has produced big saves in crucial moments, with his brilliant display to repel Brentford among the best of the season.


Bruno Fernandes

Michael Carrick’s hopes of getting a result in Chelsea v Manchester United will rest heavily on the shoulders of Fernandes. The Portugal playmaker has regularly shown his frustration this season but is one of the few United players to have met expectations, providing four goals and three assists in the league.

Fernandes has publicly said United players share the blame with the sacked Solskjaer for their poor form this season and, in the absence of Maguire and the influential midfielder Paul Pogba, he will have to step up as one of the team’s key leaders.

The link between Fernandes and his compatriot Cristiano Ronaldo remains United’s best chance of turning around their shocking start to the season.


Reece James

Chelsea’s wing-back is their top goalscorer in the league this season, with James finding the net four times in just nine Premier League matches to press strong claims for England selection. James has also proven to be a huge creative outlet for Thomas Tuchel’s side, with four assists having also been provided by the 21-year-old despite starting only seven times in the league.

A peach of a cross for Kai Havertz to head in against Burnley before the international break was the pick of those, with a brilliant range of passing increasingly being demonstrated by James.


Mason Greenwood

Carrick will surely put lots of faith in Greenwood, who can represent the next era for United. The 20-year-old has contributed four Premier League goals this term, the same number as Fernandes and Ronaldo, to top the scoring charts for the Red Devils.

Greenwood has often operated from the right flank and with Ronaldo a mandatory pick since his summer return, this is likely to be the position he plays during Carrick’s time in charge too. That means he will have to help out struggling defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka in tracking the runs of Chilwell, as well as trying to provide the goal threat United need at the other end of the pitch.



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Google, Facebook, and Apple Face Social Casino Lawsuit

online casino games on a smartphone
online casino games on a smartphone

Facebook, Apple, and Google are the subject of a joint class-action lawsuit in California regarding their hosting and promotion of social casino games. [Image: Shutterstock.com]

Illegal gambling allegations

Google, Facebook, and Apple are all defendants in a class-action lawsuit that alleges that they were part of an “illegal gambling conspiracy” involving social casino games. The complaint was filed in the US District Court for the Northern District of California on Monday.

Three separate complaints have been amalgamated into a single lawsuit in which there are 25 plaintiffs. There is a hierarchy of complaints, with Facebook appearing to be the initial area of focus. The original filing of the case against Facebook came in April.

main focus of the lawsuit relates to free-to-play casino games

The main focus of the lawsuit relates to free-to-play casino games, which are allegedly not legal in California. The implication is that the three tech giants make up a “social casino enterprise” and entered “dangerous partnerships” with slots developers with the aim to direct Californians to play slot games on social casino apps.

The complaint outlines various examples of plaintiffs suffering financial losses as a result of these types of gambling offerings. The suit claims that the three companies have affected interstate commerce and also caused damage to interstate commercial activity. The goal of this legal action is to forbid the platforms from offering social casino games, as well as to make them return the profits they have made from these operations. It is also is seeking class-action relief.

Very lucrative offerings

The lawsuit outlined how the providers of social casino games rely on companies like Google, Apple, and Facebook in order to reach an audience, to host the games, and process payments. In return, the lawsuit claims that the tech giants need social casino game developers such as DoubleDown Interactive to create “profit-driven and addictive” apps on these platforms in order to create lucrative streams of revenue.

Social casino games are usually free-to-play, but allow players to buy additional virtual chips with real money. These virtual chips cannot be withdrawn as real money.

The lawsuit claims that Facebook has a 30% financial interest for being a host for these games, directing people to play these games, as well as acting as the bank. The lawsuit also claims that the likes of Facebook are the main promoters for these alleged forms of illegal gambling.

The complaint claimed that the DoubleDown Casino will sell about $400m in virtual currency to consumers this year. About $240m will go to DoubleDown Interactive, $40m to IGT for licensing slot machine IP to DoubleDown, and the remaining $120m will go to the host of the apps, such as Facebook. The complaint even goes as far to claim that the social casino enterprise could be considered to be a form of racketeering. It stated: “Most or all of the illegal slots are also hosted and promoted by the other platform members of the social casino enterprise: Apple and Google.”

Not the first complaint

The lawsuit cites a legal precedent from a 2018 case in Washington State involving social casino game supplier Big Fish Games. The Ninth Circuit of US Court of Appeals deemed that the virtual currency used as part of these social casino games was “something of value” as per state law and as a result, virtual currency was equivalent to real currency. Therefore, these types of casino games were deemed illegal gambling. Big Fish settled the case for $155m.

There have been numerous other lawsuits filed across the United States in recent years regarding social casino apps. These lawsuits often name tech companies like Google and Apple as defendants. They usually claim that social casino games try to navigate around state gambling laws by not offering any real money winnings, but that they should still be considered illegal gambling.

In 2020, players bought about $6bn worth of virtual chips.

Social casino games are big business for the tech giants. In 2020, players bought about $6bn worth of virtual chips. Nine of the top dozen grossing apps on the Facebook platform were social casinos. The cumulative class-action lawsuit filed in California this week spoke about why these apps are so lucrative, stating that it is due to them mixing “the addictive aspects of traditional slot machines with the power of the Platforms to leverage big data and social network pressures to identify, target and exploit consumers prone to predictive behaviors.”

On This Day in 1992: Eric Cantona signs for Manchester United

On This Day in 1992: Eric Cantona signs for Manchester United

Out of two cup competitions and having won only two of their last 13 games, scoring just nine goals in the process, Manchester United were in desperate need of something special in the autumn of 1992.

Attempts to sign David Hirst and Alan Shearer fell by the wayside, while Mick Harford and Lee Chapman were also on United’s hit-list by all accounts, but the Red Devils would eventually opt for a player who wasn’t even on NASA’s radar at the time.

For many, it has become something of a “Where were you when you heard that Eric Cantona had signed for Manchester United?” moment.

But, put simply, obtaining the services of the enigmatic and unpredictable Eric Cantona would ultimately transform the fortunes of the Old Trafford club and its manager for the next two decades.

The club was still reeling having seen the league title slip through their fingers the previous spring as Leeds United pipped them to a league championship that had eluded them since 1967.

And if they were to have any hope of resurrecting a season that looked to be dying a death at an alarming rate, Alex Ferguson needed a goalscorer.

“His signing was a turning point. Sir Alex Ferguson could always stick to him for anything,” says Alan from United Journal.

Eric Cantona

“Firstly, he knew what it was like to be a winner and that helped grow the confidence of his teammates.

“Secondly, this man didn’t give up. He gave the team an edge when it came to tough fixtures because he was a big game player.

“Cantona was one of the best in terms of technique and charisma. This made sure of his presence on the pitch even if he had a bad game.”

The story goes that as Ferguson and his Chairman Martin Edwards were meeting at Old Trafford to discuss potential strikers on their shopping list, Edwards’s phone rang.

On the other end was the Leeds United managing director Bill Fotherby, who was inquiring about the possibility of re-signing United full-back Denis Irwin.

Edwards shunned Leeds United’s approach immediately but then took the opportunity to ask if Leeds might sell them their initial transfer target, Chapman.

As he did so, Ferguson apparently scribbled the name of Cantona on a piece of paper and Edwards relayed the message to his counterpart with Fotherby promising he would get back to him within 24 hours – he called back just 60 minutes later.

So on November 26th, 1992, Eric Cantona found himself signing for Manchester United in a deal reported to be around £1 million with Ferguson’s assistant, Brian Kidd, apparently asking: “Has he lost a leg or something?” when being told the final sum.


Eric Cantona

Cantona’s arrival had an almost immediate impact on the team and brought with it a winning mentality as a group of players who were low in confidence began to believe in themselves in a way they wouldn’t have previously and United finally won the league championship for the first time since 1967.

“Personally speaking, he was one of my favourites,” notes Alan.

“It might be a bit controversial but I think Cantona will always be United’s best player to wear the No.7 jersey close to Bryan Robson and Cristiano Ronaldo.

“He was a turning point in helping Sir Alex Ferguson’s side win their much awaited first League title.

“His personality empowered his teammates and his motto was to perform consistently at high standards for Manchester United.

“Today, you won’t get a captain like him.”

As well as the turnaround in results Cantona was presiding over a number of key performances that installed a mentality of never giving up, something which had been so noticeably absent the previous season when United collapsed so spectacularly.


Manchester United won four titles in five years with Cantona in their ranks and would surely have won another but for a lengthy ban following an attack on a supporter at Selhurst Park in 1995.

His dedication and professionalism also made a huge impression on the likes of Paul Scholes, David Beckham and Gary Neville who were coming through the ranks when he first arrived.

He retired from football in 1997 with four Premier League titles, two FA Cups and 80 goals to his name in less than five years at the club.

“Love him or hate him, he was box office and was entertaining to watch in the Premier League.

“He was one of the main reasons for the growth of Sir Alex’s Manchester United side’s standard in the Premier League.

“He set the foundation for the Class of ’92 to establish themselves. For that main reason, I will always adore him as one of our biggest club legends.”

Alex Ferguson recalled years later: “If ever there was one player, anywhere in the world that was made for Manchester United, it was Cantona.”

No doubt, the Frenchman will surely be regarded as his greatest ever signing, taking place on this day in 1992.

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Revised Formula E format will still produce close racing

Revised Formula E format will still produce close racing

Formula E has moved to drop the format it has used since the 2018/19 season, which placed the top runners in the championship in the unfavoured first group when the track conditions are at their worst and regularly created topsy-turvy grids.

Following increasing widespread criticism during a 2021 campaign that lacked a clear narrative, the series organisers have responded with a Superleague Formula-style knockout qualifying format for 2022 that will remove the variable of track conditions and allow the fastest drivers to contend for pole.

New Mahindra Racing recruit Rowland felt his one-lap pace was masked by the previous qualifying format, as he could break inside the superpole only six times in his last season with Nissan.

The Briton has welcomed the new format, and believes that the FE grid is so competitive that there is no risk of a single team dominating the championship.

“The unpredictability was what they wanted but at some point it’s a little too much when you’re talking about a professional FIA championship,” Rowland told Autosport. 

“I always had good speed last year. In free practice I was pretty much always in the top five, but going [on track] in Q1 meant sometimes I was starting 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, which obviously wasn’t ideal. 

“I think from a professional sports level it’s the right thing to do. You want to be competing on a level playing field and we’ve already got extremely close cars and drivers, we just don’t need a qualifying and race system that favours certain people in certain positions. 

“It needs to be as fair as possible and we have to be confident that the show that we will give will be interesting.

Oliver Rowland, Nissan e.Dams

Oliver Rowland, Nissan e.Dams

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“I think anyway Formula E is so competitive that you will never see someone dominate the whole season like you do in Formula 1, it just won’t happen. 

“However, I do expect to see fewer winners. I think the championship will spread out. Instead of having 14 people at the last round that could win it, I expect you go with maybe two or three.”

The qualifying format isn’t the only major rule change for next season, with FE no longer deducting the usable amount of energy from cars after every Safety Car or Full Course Yellow Period.

Instead, for every one minute spent in neutralised conditions, 45 seconds will be added to the race time (45 minutes-plus-one lap for a standard race) – unless the SC or FCY is deployed after the 40th minute of the race.

Rowland expects this will add another strategic element to races next year, especially with maximum power allowed increased from 200kW to 220kW for the final season of Gen2 rules.

“Again, it’s a good idea,” he said. “We don’t want to lose racing due to Full Course Yellow or safety cars, so it’s a good thing. 

“Last year in Valencia there was a bit of a flaw [exposed] with the other system. 

“It will change a little bit the dynamics of the championship also because we have higher power modes this year, which are going to stress the rear tyres more.

“The management of the batteries will be more critical in terms of temperature management because you are producing more power and you’ll be regenerating more. So, I think there is going to be a little more tactical side and intelligent thinking involved in this season.

“I’m looking forward to it, but as for the rules, I’m onboard. it’s going to be 45 minutes of racing and then extra minutes if there is a full course yellow or a safety car.”

The Daily Acca: A 20/1 Championship treble

Hull City manager - Grant McCann

Tigers to keep on roaring

Bet 1: Back Hull @ 31/20 – KO 15:00 GMT

Hull put a run of five straight defeats behind them by winning their last three matches, all of which were to nil.

They are a big price to make it four from four this afternoon, as while Millwall are unbeaten in four, the last three of those were draws.

Gary Rowett’s men were beaten at Huddersfield at the end of October, and with the hosts on a roll, I have to go with the home win.

Posh to pick up a big three points

Bet 2: Back Peterborough @ 6/5 – KO 15:00 GMT

Peterborough and Barnsley are 22nd and 23rd in the Championship, and I think that home advantage could prove the difference.

Posh have taken just one point from a possible 15 of late, and they have failed to score in their three most recent outings.

That being said, Barnsley have also lost their last three, and they are without a win on the road this term – losing the last five on the bounce.

Spoils to be shared at Stoke

Bet 3: Back The Draw in Stoke v Blackburn @ 23/10 – KO 15:00 GMT

Stoke had returned to form with a draw and three wins, but they were beaten 1-0 at Bristol City in the week.

Bar a 7-0 defeat to Fulham, Blackburn have also been in good form, winning four times in their last six matches.

They thumped Peterborough on Wednesday, but it’s just two away victories all season for Tony Mowbray’s side, and they might have to settle for a point here.

Kolinkovskyi Leads IPM KO Main Event Final Table

2021 Irish Poker Masters KO

The 2021 Irish Poker Masters KO Main Event has reached its official final table with only nine of the 994 starters still in the hunt for the €65,700 top prize and a similar, if not larger, bounty payment.

Irish Poker Masters KO Main Event Final Table

Place Player Country Bounties Chips
1 Pavlo Kolinkovskyi Ukraine €11,921 31,709,685
2 Georgios Zisimopoulos Malta €12,227 23,696,275
3 Ivan Lehin Ukraine €6,110 22,231,594
4 Tamas Adamszki Hungary €7,458 19,851,689
5 Joel Holmberg Finland €13,714 17,302,874
6 Glib Tremzin Russia €3,250 13,083,024
7 Thomas Hueber Austria €6,218 9,039,351
8 Aleksejs Meless Estonia €6,515 7,319,324
9 Maxim Ivanov Russia €2,171 4,866,184

Day 2 saw 149 in the money players return to the partypoker tables, each sharing the common goal of making it to the final table. Such luminaries as Eder Campana, Luc Greenwood, Sam Greenwood, Martin Mulsow, Artur Martirosian, Pablo Brito Silva, and our very own Patrick Leonard all fell short of the final table.

Ukraine’s Pavlo Kolinkovskyi is one man who most definitely reached the final table, doing so in style. Kolinkovskyi finds himself in the envious position of chip leader going into the final day, returning with 31,709,685 chips, and having already collected €11,921 in bounties.

Only two other finalists have scooped more from the bounty prize pool at this stage. Second-placed Georgios Zisimopoulos has 23,696,275 chips and €12,227 worth of bounty payments, while Joel Holmberg currently occupies fifth place courtesy of his 17,302,024 in chips and €13,714 in scalps.

Those of you who regularly tune in to our Twitch channel’s streams of big events will no doubt recognise some of the other names at this final table. Hungary’s Tamas Adamszki tends to be there or thereabouts when the significant prize money is awarded. Adamszki has 19,851,689 chips and €7,458 in bounties, enough for fourth place.

Then there is Glib Tremzin of Russia in sixth place. Tremzin has reeled in €3,250 worth of bounties and sits down at the final table with 13,083,024 chips, placing him sixth.

Kolinkovskyi has one hand on the title right now but the other finalists are not there simply to make up the numbers. Look out for Ivan Lehin, Thomas Hueber, Aleksejs Meless, and Maxim Ivanov when cards are in the air at 19:05 GMT with our Twitch coverage starting at 19:30 GMT on November 23.

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Oklahoma vs Oklahoma State Odds and Picks – Predictions for 2021 Bedlam

Oklahoma vs Oklahoma State Odds and Picks – Predictions for 2021 Bedlam
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In this Nov. 30, 2019, file photo, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy, left, talks with Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley before an NCAA college football game in Stillwater, Okla. The teams meet this week in the Bedlam game. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, File)

  • Oklahoma State is a 4.5-point home favorite over Oklahoma on Saturday
  • The Bedlam winner takes the Big 12 regular season title outright
  • A look at the matchup can be found below with odds and a prediction

Bedlam could be a prelude to a rematch as #10 Oklahoma visits #7 Oklahoma State at 7:30 p.m. ET Saturday in a showdown for the Big 12 regular-season title at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater.

Both teams are 10-1 overall and 7-1 in conference play.

Oklahoma State has already clinched a berth in the Big 12 Championship Game on Dec. 4 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Oklahoma would reach the title game for a rematch by beating the favored Cowboys on Saturday in a game televised by ABC.

If Oklahoma loses, Baylor (6-2 Big 12) would be Oklahoma State’s opponent if it beats Texas Tech at home Saturday afternoon. If the Sooners lose, they will also need Baylor to lose to gain a trip to Jerry World.

Oklahoma vs Oklahoma State Odds

Team Moneyline Spread Total
Oklahoma Sooners +172 +4.5 (-110) Over 49.5 (-112)
Oklahoma State Cowboys -215 -4.5 (-110) Under 49.5 (-108)

Odds as of November 24th at FanDuel

Oklahoma State opened as a 3.5-point favorite and the line has gone up a full point. The forecast calls for a clear night in Stillwater with a low temperature of 36 degrees.

Sooners Bounce Back

Oklahoma bounced back last week from its first loss of the season to beat Iowa State 28-21 at home.

Freshman quarterback Caleb Williams passed for a touchdown and ran 74 yards for a score, the longest play from scrimmage of the season for Oklahoma. However, he completed just 8 of 18 passes for 87 yards with an interception while rushing for 67 yards on 12 carries.

Kennedy Brooks lifted Oklahoma’s offense by rushing for 115 yards on 17 carries while helping solidify the Sooners’ hopes of winning a seventh straight conference title. He became the 11th player in school history to have 3,000 career rushing yards.

The Sooners needed to hold Iowa State at the end of the game after the Cyclones got the ball at their 14-yard line down 28-21 with two minutes left. Brock Purdy drove Iowa State to the Oklahoma 21 but was intercepted by Pat Fields with 15 seconds remaining.

The Oklahoma defense also came up big with nine seconds left in the first half. Lineman Jalen Redmond returned a fumble 42 yards for a touchdown to give the Sooners the lead for good at 14-7 after Purdy was hit by Key Lawrence.

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Pokes Winning With Defense

Oklahoma State has one of the best defenses in the nation and that unit was at its best last Saturday in a 23-0 blanking of Texas Tech in Lubbock.

The Cowboys posted their first shutout in a conference game or on the road since 1995. Texas Tech, which had not been whitewashed since 1995, managed just 108 total yards and 25 came on a pass during the Red Raiders’ final drive.

Texas Tech managed just 31 yards on 28 plays in the first half. It lost yardage on nine snaps.

Oklahoma State is second in the nation the FBS in scoring defense, allowing 14.9 points a game, and third in total defense at 261.3. The Cowboys have surrendered only one offensive touchdown in their last four games.

Spencer Sanders threw a touchdown pass and ran for another score against Texas Tech and Tanner Brown kicked three field goals. Oklahoma State finished with 427 total yards.

Sanders threw for 237 yards on 19-of-38 passing. Tay Martin had seven receptions for 130 yards.

Oklahoma State’s lone Big 12 title came in 2011, the first season the conference went to 10 teams. However, there was no championship game that season as the Big 12 did not reinstate it until 2017.

Oklahoma vs Oklahoma State Prediction

History is on Oklahoma’s side in this game. The Sooner have won Bedlam six straight times and in 16 of the last 18 seasons.

However, Oklahoma State’s defense has been almost impenetrable during a four-game winning streak. Look for that unit to make the difference against the talented but inconsistent Williams.

  • The Pick: Oklahoma State -4.5 (-110)
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