Enable Bids for Third Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe Victory

By Martin Green04 October 2020
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Legendary stayer Enable will bid to win the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe for a record-breaking third time at Longchamp in Paris on Sunday. John Gosden’s star mare won the famous race in 2017 and 2018, but ended up finishing second in grim conditions last year. She has won the King George VI & Queen Anne Stakes for a third time this year, and she landed her second September Stakes last month. She is the 11/10 favorite to win the Arc. Frankie Dettori normally rides Enable and second favourite Stradivarius, but he chose to ride Enable for this race due to her formidable talent. Betfair is offering boosted odds of 40/1 on Enable winning the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. You can bet a maximum of £1 at that price. There is no need to place a qualifying deposit. Simply use the promo code ZFBDVX. Winnings take the form of free bets, and you can withdraw your £1 stake as cash if the bet is successful.

Man Utd host Tottenham at Old Trafford in the biggest Premier League game on Sunday. It will see Spurs boss Jose Mourinho return to face his former club, which will add to the intrigue. Both Mourinho and Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer are under pressure after their teams made an indifferent start to the new season, and both could do with a morale-boosting victory. It should therefore prove to be an entertaining affair. Man Utd are the 19/20 favourites to win the game, while Spurs are out at 29/10 to secure an away win. 888 Sport is offering boosted odds of 9/1 on Man Utd and 25/1 on Tottenham winning the game. You can bet £5 on either team at those boosted odds, as long as you are a new customer and make a £10 qualifying wager. Alternatively, it will offer you 80/1 on Aston Villa beating Liverpool, or 6/1 on Liverpool beating Aston Villa, with identical terms and conditions.

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Bookmakers have suspended betting on the upcoming US presidential election after President Donald Trump contracted Cocid-19. The odds on Joe Biden winning the election had shortened to just 8/13 with the bookies following the first presidential debate on Tuesday. A couple of weeks ago, they were neck-and-neck in the betting, but Trump drifted out to 11/8 following the debate, which featured a great deal of bickering. Trump has now been taken to hospital for treatment, but he said he is on the road to recovery and hopes to return to the campaign trail soon. His wife, Melania, also has the virus, along with several members of his campaign team. “We have temporarily taken the U.S. election markets down as we await further updates – this is standard procedure and we wish Donald and Melania Trump well,” a spokeswoman for Ladbrokes said in a statement.