Betting Tips for the Smart Punter

Trophee Hassan Open Tips

Last weekend was amazing for our tips, with a 90/1 winner in the China Open, I hope you all got on. This week we head to Morocco and what is probably the weakest tournament of the European Tour calendar. Still there are a few good value bets to get on and I’m confident more profit is on it’s way to our pockets.

There’s not much depth in this weeks field and it’s hard to see past the top 10 or 15 playing. Alejandro Canivares has been playing consistently for a good few weeks and also has some pretty nice course form in Morocco. The Spaniard is easily one of the best performers this weekend and only a handfull and he’s a fair price to be up there on Sunday.

My next best is Frenchman Julian Quesne, who is also having a consistent season with plenty of top 10 and 20 finishes. With only a few real rivals in Morocco teeing off Thursday it points to Quesne making a good fist for victory with course form also on his side. He makes the cut very easily and always seems to be competing on the final round with potential of competing on Sunday very high.

Only 3 picks this week and the final slot goes to up and coming Englishman Eddie Pepperell. He has given the Asian swing a miss and didn’t compete in China last week, so will come in fresh and raring to go after some good finishes already this season. Harking back to the depth of this tournament, it won’t take too much for one of the top players to win this event and Pepperell has as big a chance as anyone, and like the other 2 picks he has some course form to fall back on.

(ALL 1 point each way)

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