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Free picks and betting bonuses for the October 21-23 multi

HEY, it’s multi time!

We’re back again for another miracle multi in the hope that we can come up with something special to help you win big.

It’s a huge weekend of sport action, with the NFL just beginning to really heat up, the A-League entering its third week, the NBL cooking along in one of its biggest seasons ever, along with the Cox Plate, Matador Cup and, of course, the English Premier League.

We’ve picked our favourite result from each competition and hopefully we can go deep and give you a big interest throughout the weekend.

Good luck

Suggested tips for the October 21-23 multi of the week:

Matador Cup cricket: Victoria to beat New South Wales at $1.91

Racing: Winx to win the Cox Plate at $1.90

English Premier League: Arsenal to beat Middlesbrough at $1.25

NBL: Melbourne United to beat Perth Wildcats at $1.60

A-League: Sydney FC to beat Wellington Phoenix at $1.90

NFL: Cincinnati Bengals to beat Cleveland Browns at $1.23

Six leg multi pays $16.96 with WilliamHill.com.au

Matador Cup cricket: Victoria to beat New South Wales at $1.91

Friday, October 21, 2.30pm AEDT, Drummoyne Oval, watch on Gem

The Vics have been in some serious form in the Matador Cup and, while they may have been beaten by a star-studded Queensland outfit last time out, they were far from disgraced, posting an impressive 7/278, before the bulls ran it down with three wickets in hand. The bowling obviously needs work and, given the Blues passed Western Australia’s 207 for the loss of only two wickets and with eight overs to spare, this one will be tough, but plenty rides on it and we’re backing the Bushrangers to get the job done.

Racing: Winx to win the Cox Plate at $1.90

Saturday, October 22, 2016, 5pm AEDT, Moonee Valley, watch on Seven Network

Every one is trying to pump this race up as Winx vs. Hartnell, but there really is only one. Winx looks absolutely unbeatable in the Cox Plate and we would be very surprised if the super mare did not make it two in a row in the big race. Hartnell does has some serious chops, but there is a reason why they weren’t clamouring to get their horses in this race and that is because Winx is quite simply, too good.

English Premier League: Arsenal to beat Middlesbrough at $1.25

Sunday, October 23, 2016, 1am AEDT, Emirates Stadium, watch on Optus Sport

The Gunners are on a tear. That’s the only way you could describe it. They have lost just once in their past 17 Premier League outings and they rolled Swansea on the weekend 3-2. Theo Walcott bagged a double in one of his classic performances, while Mesut Ozil added the third. But Granit Xhaka saw red and it made things interesting for the last 20 minutes, the Gunners holding firm to take all three points. Promoted Middlesbrough has just the one win on their return to the Premier League and a red hot Arsenal at home looks a tough ask.

NBL: Melbourne United to beat Perth Wildcats at $1.60

Sunday, October 23, 2016, 3pm AEDT, Hisense Arena, watch on Fox Sports, SBS

After a stuttering start to the NBL season, Melbourne United fought back with a bang, registering a pair of big wins to square their season ledger at 2-2. They have a clash with the Brisbane Bullets tonight and then welcome Perth in to Hisense on Sunday. The Wildcats have faced some turmoil of their own, sacking their import after just two weeks, but have still managed a 2-1 record, largely on the back of Casey Prather’s 20 points per game. Assists leader Cedric Jackson has United offence ticking and they have clamped down in their past couple and, while Perth has always been a tough team, we think United can ride the home town support to victory.

A-League: Sydney FC to beat Wellington Phoenix at $1.90

Sunday, October 23, 2016, 5pm AEDT, Wellington, watch on Fox Sports

The trip to Wellington is certainly not the easiest, but have you seen this Sydney FC team play lately? Back to back 4-0 wins has the Sky Blues faithful already talking titles. While Melbourne City has been the big improver down south, the Sydney FC is looking scary sitting on top of the table. Purely for the trip, this is their biggest challenge so far, but, with the likes of Filip Holosko – who is leading the A-League’s golden boot race with three goals – Alex Brosque and new marquee man Bobo in supreme attacking form, they should be able to launch a raid on New Zealand for all three points – especially given the Phoenix are propping up the A-League ladder.

NFL: Cincinnati Bengals to beat Cleveland Browns at $1.23

Monday, October 24, 2016, 4am AEDT, watch on ESPN Red Zone

The Cincinnati Bengals might have been humbled by the New England Bradys last round and copped a hiding from the Dallas Cowboys the week before, but that should matter little against the Cleveland Browns. While the Browns showed some kind of fight in a 28-26 home loss to the Tennessee Titans last week, the Bengals will be on a mission to snap their two game losing streak and we fear for the Cleveland side in this one. The Browns are 0-6, still yet to break their duck, and we can’t see that changing here. The Browns might have a little inside info, given their first year head coach Hue Jackson used to be the Bengals offensive co ordinator, but the fact is the team has already had five different quarterbacks throw passes and are 26th in scoring offence. It could be a landslide.

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