Vladivostok is a city divided today as the local derby in the Russian MLBL U23 league between Sberbank Vladivostokv VGUES Vladivostok takes place in the “Vladivostokv Throw-Down”
Both Vgues and Sberbank go into this match having only won one of their last three outings but it doesn’t matter the circumstances, the Vladivostokv Throw Down is always on for young and old.
The Vgues boys couldn’t have been more disappointing in their most recent outing against Avicenna Vladivostok in the other local derby the “Vostokv Battle of the Bridge” going down 60-110 in what was a sad day for a once-proud Basketball Club leaving their fans calling up VSEN (Vladivostok SEN) threatening to microwave their memberships and calling for the coach to be sacked.
Sberbank goes into this match coming off a big 88-74 win against DVGTRU on Sunday and will carry plenty of confidence.
While Vgues have a reputation of being a team that does their best with their backs against the wall, I simply can’t trust them and am all the way the Sberbank on their home court.
Today we are looking at the weather in Bris-Vegas and the forecast is for “Partly cloudy. Winds east to southeasterly 15 to 20 km/h tending east to northeasterly 15 to 25 km/h in the morning then becoming light in the late evening. A top of 27 degrees”
Having looked at several weather apps on my phone, I’m thinking it might get to a peak of 27 around 2 pm and hopefully 27.3 as the market results of the temperature to one decimal place.
For those of you looking at this market in VIC/NSW – this is 3 pm your time as the people of Queensland think daylight savings is the tool of the devil.
Racing soldiers on and I’ve asked the in-house profit prophet to give us his best via our Daily Racing Tips
His best bet for the day comes from Sandown in Race 4 where he’s backing Number 7 – Clementina
“Clementina has returned some competitive efforts recently and strikes a winnable contest at Sandown this afternoon. The Danny O’Brien-trained mare has been stepping out in better races than this one since arriving in Australia and finished on the placegetters’ heels at Ballarat and Flemington, before filling the minors over a mile and a half at Caulfield last time out. She’s rock-hard fit and ready to win.”