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  1. Posted that on Friday and he's backing it up.
  2. Unbelievable stuff. Miskowiak another reserve improving but hats off to Sayfutdinov.
  3. This is going to be a close finish. Wroclaw have every chance here.
  4. Liszka has improved a lot this season. Not a no hoper any more.
  5. Shockster

    Warsaw 2019

    Will Woffinden and Zmarzlik get picks 15 and 16 then? Can't see how they can get anything else?
  6. http://aliez.me/live/7738745754/
  7. Shockster

    Betting in 2019

    All the bookies do that on heat betting and it's fair tbh as the odds would be different for a change of rider in a race, but my bet is an outright bet. Bet365 will update their prices if a replacement comes in but original bets will be voided. Skybet just void the race.
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    Betting in 2019

    Speedway of Nations or Best Pairs as it should be known as starts tomorrow. Poland and Russia are rightfully favs I'd say but very skinny at 2/1 when it's decided on a 1 off race for the title. At 16/1 Denmark have to be worth an EW bet. Madsen is near the top of the tree right now and I can see NKI giving him some good support. I think they are way over priced by Skybet.
  9. Yep looks doubtful seeing the tv pictures.
  10. Working fine is your link.
  11. Shockster

    Speedway On Tv And The Internet In 2019

    BT Sport will remain the home of the FIM Speedway World Championships presented by Monster Energy in the UK and Ireland for the next three seasons. The broadcaster will continue to show every round of the FIM Speedway Grand Prix series and Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations up to and including the 2021 season after reaching a new agreement with rights holders BSI Speedway – an IMG company. BT Sport truly is the place to watch speedway in the UK and Ireland, with the broadcaster also holding exclusive rights to the SGB Premiership. BSI Speedway managing director Torben Olsen is delighted to see BT Sport continue their involvement in the World Championships. He said: “Extending our relationship with BT Sport is fantastic news for everyone connected with the SGP series and Monster Energy SON. “Their coverage of the racing, presented by a true speedway fan in Natalie Quirk, continues to be first rate. With expert analysis from Scott Nicholls and commentary from Nigel Pearson and Kelvin Tatum, they have an excellent team that really brings viewers up close to the action. “British fans will have enjoyed watching Tai Woffinden make history with his third world title win last season. And BT Sport will be across all the action as he goes for No.4 this year.” The 2019 action will begin on Saturday, May 4 with Race Off 1 of the Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations.

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