Niccolance (Race 2, No.1) won impressively first-up and shapes like he’ll go on with the job now.
This three-year-old colt was sick of the sight of Capitalist as a youngster. He failed at Canterbury two back but it was on a wet track and we now know that he doesn’t go a yard on shifty tracks. With plenty of sunshine forecast before Saturday the Randwick track should be right up his alley and looking at the map, he gets his chance to control this race from the start.
If you haven’t yet jumped on the Snowden bandwagon, it’s never too late.
Wanderers and Sydney FC have played out some thrillers in the past and this one will not disappoint. Goal fest! Back Both Teams To Scorewith confidence.
Is there anything quite like the Sydney Debry… NO! In less than five years it has become the biggest regular season spectacle of any Australian sport and the rivalry and hate for one another is as clear as day.
The Wanderers bring a completely new line up to the table with more than half a dozen changes to their starting XI. The return of Bulut up front is a huge upgrade on Piovaccari and should see the Wanderers win more games on the back of their attack. Sydney on the other hand have made it all about defence. From their matches thus far in the FFA Cup it would seem that it is working. Wilkinson and Zullo will improve what was a weak back four while Brazilian striker Bobo looks to be a class act.