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THE BERNIE THE BOOK COLUMN


FURTHER SUCCESS BECKONS FOR ABRAMOVICH, TUCHEL AND THE STAMFORD BRIDGE FAITHFUL


THE PREMIERSHIP


With Man City so comprehensively winning the title last year, who can close the gap? Well lets look at the runners and riders. Liverpool will be closer with the return soon of Van Dijk but I have a feeling that you are never the same player after a major injury and I will pass them over. What about the reds of Manchester? Unquestionably stronger but still a doubt in my mind as to the Pogba question and formation. Man City (especially with Kane) will be tough to overcome but (at the prices) and an each way bet to nothing are CHELSEA at 5/1. Great squad, great manager, the knowledge he can beat Pep and its Tuchel and Chelsea for me and I am a City fan!! In my ethos, money is king! Markets will emerge in the next week on BETTING WITHOUT THE FAV but in any event, each way or not, I would always keep LEICESTER on my side at around 50/1 to 66/1 in some lists. Meanwhile, what price would you put on Harry Kane joining Man City this summer? If the grapevine is to be believed the £160 million has already been agreed. If that is the case then the 4/1 on TOP GOALSCORER for a proven, Premier League striker at a club that will give him so many more opportunities than Spurs just can’t be ignored!! Fill your boots now on HARRY KANE.


CHAMPIONSHIP


WOW! WHAT A STUNNING FEW WEEKS for my followers and a Super Sunday at Wimbledon, where I correctly predicted the finalists in the Mens Championship, correctly predicted the winner and followed it all off with victory (at a whopping 12/1) for Italy in Euro 2020. Not content with that, the Open golf produced a 25/1 runner up (in Jordan Spieth) and in the categories section, wins for Louis Ousterhuizen (5/2) and Rahm (European) at 6/5. But yesterday’s news is today’s fish and chip wrapper and now onto more info... Before I forget, and it’s a long way off, but I was seriously impressed by Godolphin’s HURRICANE LANE in the recent Grand Prix de Paris on Bastille Day, and I would invest a small ante-post wager now for the Arc. Obviously backing now has its risks, not least the fact he might not show up, or be injured in early October, but the odds of 8/1 more than make up for it, and I would advise a moderate stake. So, on to football and the start of the English season from next week!! What? Seriously! Are we not all footballed out! Apparently not!


AUGUST 2021


The relegated sides from the Premier League make no appeal to me and yet, with parachute payments and strong squads, they fill the first three places in most bookies lists. Sheffield and West Brom are in freefall and Fulham have seen their manager leave on his terms. But here’s the rub, Scott Parker knows all about the Championship and is hungry for success. I think his appetite will be filled at BOURNEMOUTH. The Cherries are ex Premier League and last year’s campaign stalled until a late flourish. Vociferous support and a sound squad, they are my standout bet at a WHOPPING 10/1, that’s a whole lot of Cherries for your punnet. Next month we will talk about Divisions 1 and 2 but marginal punts at this time are directed to CHARLTON and OXFORD, (both available at 14/1), in Division 1 and EXETER and FOR- EST GREEN, at 12/1 and 16/1 respectively. So till next month where I will focus on the NFL (Go Rams).


Good punting…


Bernie the Book 85


WINNER @ 12/1


AZZURI POISED FOR EURO CROWN


Highlighted in Bernie the Book May 2021 SECOND @ 25/1


REJUVENATED SPIETH TO LIFT CLARET JUG


Highlighted in Bernie the Book July 2021, paid over 6/1 a place.


WINNERS @ 4/5 & 8/1


ALL TOO FAMILIAR AT SW19 Highlighted in Bernie the Book July 2021. Djokovich napped at 4/5, Berrettini napped at 20/1 pre-tournament (finalist) and the above two. players to meet in the final highlighted at 8/1.


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