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The Safety Net – CSKA Moscow look banker material in Russia

| 25.07.2011

Not all things in sport, as in life, are guaranteed and the safety net bet suffered a rare blip on Friday when Barizan failed to win at Southwell, but we are expecting to bounce back today by tipping CSKA Moscow in the Russian League.

The safety net bet has been previously let down in unfortunate circumstances when Gilles Simon retired injured midway through a tennis match with Adrian Mannarino.

And now Barizan looked to have his race sown up until falling three fences from home at Southwell, after what has to be described as a clumsy round of jumping.

But the safety net bet has never lost twice in succession and that is just another reason as to why we are confident that CSKA Moscow should have little trouble brushing aside Krylya Sovetov in a Russian League meeting tonight.

CSKA are at home in the top versus bottom clash and lead the standings by four points at present, while having a game in hand over nearest pursuers Zenit St Petersburg.

The table toppers have won their last six league games and triumphed 3-0 over tonight’s opposition when they previously met in May, which was also away from home.

Back on their own patch they should be equally as dominant, particularly against a team who are winless and have taken just two points from their seven away games this season.

Goals have been the ultimate problem for Krylya Sovetov, as they have only scored once in their last five league games and two on their travels all season.

CSKA Moscow are understandably short to triumph in the football odds at 1/6, but they have won the last five meetings between the two.

We will stake £120 on the CSKA victory to fulfil our aim of making £20 each day.

Current Status
Bank: £331.50
Today’s stake: £120
Best case scenario: £351.50
Worst case scenario: £201.50

Last Safety Net bet: Barizan to win 15:30 at Southwell @ 2/7

Wealth warning: although we are confident the safety net bet’s strategy will be profitable over a period of time, the nature of sport means we cannot guarantee you will win every single time.



Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.