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TIPS: The Bettingpro team share their best bets for Wednesday, April 25

Leigh Copson 25 Apr 2018
Total Recall (C, red) clears the last to win The Ladbrokes Trophy Steeple Chase last December (credit:Credit by bettingpro)

The team each pick out their best bet from the sporting action on Wednesday, April 25 with selections from the Indian Premier League cricket, the Champions League football, the Punchestown Festival racing and the NBA basketball.

Ben Darvill: Back AB de Villiers to be Top Royal Challengers Bangalore batsman vs. Chennai Super Kings

After yet another outstanding performance in Royal Challengers Bangalore’s (RCB) last game against Delhi Daredevils in which he scored 90 not out, AB de Villiers is continuing to prove just how good he really is. Virat Kohli takes the plaudits and rightly so, with his ability to consistently turn games superb, but de Villiers is so often the man to step up and smash the big runs. Kohl is not a bad bet at 23/10 with Unibet to be Royal Challengers Bangalore’s top batsman, but I am backing de Villiers with odds of 3/1 from Ladbrokes.

Brian Healy: Back Total Recall to win Punchestown Gold Cup (5:30)

Total Recall can make amends for his Grand National flop, where Willie Mullins’ charge failed to take to the daunting Aintree fences, and back over more conventional obstacles the Westerner gelding can do better. A dual-time winner over fences this term, scoring at Limerick on his return from a break prior to outstaying Whisper in the Ladbrokes Trophy at Newbury, he showed his versatility with a winning return to hurdles at Leopardstown. He was just creeping into the race in the Cheltenham Gold Cup when falling, and that might have rocked his confidence ahead of Aintree. Pulled up in the showpiece, there is a slight worry that this will come plenty soon enough just eleven days later; but he could be worth chancing if none the worse, and if his jumping holds up under Noel Fehily then he can get involved in the shake-up.

Leigh Copson: Back Bayern Munich to beat Real Madrid

Real Madrid are too good to simply overlook over the course of two legs, but Bayern Munich’s home form at the Allianz Arena has been borderline flawless this season and for me that makes them the team to back in the match betting market for tonight’s first-leg encounter. In the Bundesliga they are unbeaten at home while dropping points on just two occasions, and in the Champions League they have won four and drawn one while out-scoring the opposition 14-1. Therefore you have to believe they have what it takes to at least run out winners in tonight’s first leg – whether it is the first step in them securing a place in the final is a whole different matter.

Lorenzo Gahol: Back Cleveland Cavaliers -6.5 to beat Indiana Pacers

Game 5 of the first-round playoff series between the Indiana Pacers and Cleveland Cavaliers returns to Ohio. The best-of-seven series is knotted at 2-2 after the Cavaliers posted a 104-100 win on Sunday. The Cavaliers used a 10-2 run in the final minutes to secure their first victory at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse this season. LeBron James led the three-time defending Eastern Conference champions with 32 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists. Kyle Korver backed him up with 18 points while JR Smith and Jordan Clarkson chipped in 12 apiece. Seven Indiana players scored in double figures with Domantas Sabonis leading the way with 19 points off the bench. We expect the Cavaliers to seize the lead in the series. 

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TIPS: The Bettingpro team share their best bets for Wednesday, April 25

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