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Panel Beaters; WE ANSWER FOUR KEY Qs.

Q1 Ripon, Stratford and Market Rasen in England today. See any winners? De Bruyne in Ripon's opener at 2pm. Over the jumps at Market Rasen, I sense the time has come for Yorkist at 4pm.

Empress Ali can reign supreme in the feature 1m 1f handicap at the garden racecourse.

I'm going for Yorkist in the 4.00 at Market Rasen for Dan and Harry Skelton. Has mixed with good company at Aintree and Ayr and is a course hurdles winner.

William Money for Tim Vaughan in the 4.30 at Market Raspberry.

winner.

Q2 Final day of the Premiership season. Could you find us a bet? qs Celtic should win 4-0 at around 10/1, or 3-0 at 15/2. Partick won't fend off Aberdeen. Do a double.

The Hoops will win and they will win well. St Johnstone might be a bet to beat Rangers.

The only cert is that Celtic will beat Hearts and for value take the Hoops to win to nil and get on Patrick Roberts to score at any time.

Celtic minus two goals on the handicap at 7/5 looks an outstanding bet.

Q3 Good card at Naas. Fancy anything in Ireland today? Caravaggio returns with a great deal of expectation in the 4.15. Mambo Noire will be hard to contain at 3.15.

Curragh conjuror Brendan Duke nearly did us a favour with The Mouse Doctor, who must be in with a squeak in the 4.45pm.

get on early for a price but it's hard to see past Caravaggio with Ryan Moore on board. Won four on the trot including the Coventry stakes and seeing Whitecliffsofdover at Naas for Aidan O'Brien. Skinny price, but should win.

Q4 End of the English Premier League season this afternoon. See any value within any of these matches? I'd be looking for the Burnley, Liverpool, Chelsea treble.

Liverpool are worth backing on the handicaps. They will thrash Middlesbrough surely.

Do a treble on Man City, Liverpool and Arsenal. Crystal Palace have to be worth a bet at Old Trafford with Jose Mourinho playing his kids.

Leicester can win at home at 10/11 and also take Swansea against West Brom at evens.

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TANYA STEVENSON

PADDY POWER

SCOTT MCDERMOTT

JOE PUNTER

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