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Biarritz v Harlequins

This sports betting tip was written by Sandy on January 18th, 2013 at 16:26

Biarritz to win.

French side can still qualify but need a good win here against a class Quins side.

Obviously Quins are already through and could well be one of the sides that goes all the way to the final. The turnaround in that cup has been unbelievable over the last few years as they have fought their way up the league to become of the strongest sides in england. But they are already through here so depsite a strong squad heading to France it might not be the most motivated.

Biarritz have turned in a couple of dreadful performances in the group and this hardly the most exciting side to watch. Even so it is a very powerful side up front and they know there is still of chance of making the quarter finals, its probably going to be very wet conditions which will suit them.

This is going to be a scrap in the mud, there wont be a great deal of open attacking rugby. But i just fancy the French side in front of their own supporters simply because they have more to play for. Its not going to be a high scoring game there may not even be a try in this one but forward options should be enough to win kicking options which should see the French sneak a low scoring affair.

Biarritz to win with stan at 1.91

Pick : biarritz

Odds : 1.91 @ Stan James - {Click here for £ 25 Free Bet}

Stake: 10/10


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