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On Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, top-class greyhound racing is brought to your TV screens via Sky digital channel 231 (Freesat channel 402).
Thursday is Henlow and Hove, Friday is Romford and Sunderland and Saturday is Crayford and Newcastle.
And when you visit betting.betfair.com (http://betting.betfair.com/greyhound-racing/), Darrell Williams and The Lord will highlight the best lays and plays.
Thursday sees the two Hs, Henlow and Hove, star on RPGTV and there is a plethora of open races at both venues - with the star play Bubbly Ebony when he goes from trap one in the 21:32 at Henlow.
Paul Young's dog ran well during the recent Sussex Puppy Trophy at Hove, finishing behind two good sorts in Tullig Joy and Coolavanny Bert, and will have benefited from last week's run over C&D. The draw is a bonus, too.
Also at Henlow, and from the red jacket, goes Stress Nomoor (19:54) who has plenty of wins over this sprint trip and might just make the rails for himself and, set to move off, he could hold up those on his outside.
The class act at the Bedfordshire track tonight, however, is St Leger champion Aero Majestic (21:15) who could return to form over this 550m. He got no run in a heat of the Prestige but might always be prominent in a race where Deanridge Rage could move off from two and Westmead Bolt and Romeo Patrol might get going too late.
At Hove, a star of the Sussex track's BAGS Track Championship team Swift Signal (20:34) catches the eye with Rith Royal could help make the market. The latter showed pace last week, but the selection is so strong and might be tough to hold.
Best race of the night there, however, is the 21:06 where Malbay Phanter looks a decent bet considering he is opposed by pacey sorts in Baran Samedi, Money Ball and French Blue.
Baran Samedi and French Blue were impressive winners last week off the front, but they along with Money Ball could cut each other's throats and the selection might use the outside pitch to keep out of trouble before unleashing that ferocious turn of pace off the second.
Frank Taylor sends out the talented pair of Lughill Valerie (21:40) and Crash Bandit (22:11) for their first runs of 2012 and the Essex trainer can expect both to make hay during the year. They can both be forgiven for being ring-rusty, but look quite forward in trials and Taylor has double claims.
On to tomorrow where the semi-finals of the Coronation Cup take centre-stage at Romford, which shares the RPGTV screens as the weekend kicks off with north-east track Sunderland.
The first semi-final is the very much the 'heat of death' with the layers probably holding all the aces, although a fast start from Rockview Sail (20:34) could upset things for fellow earlybirds Spinkys Nod, Judicial Academy and Munster Champ.
The other semis can go to Roses Rockin (20:50) and Aero Joker (21:06), with Coolavanny Jane a possible lay here with her unlikely to lead as comfortably this time around.
Be sure to be watching the action, with the first two in each of the three semis making it through to Wednesday's live-on-Sky Sports Coronation Cup final card.
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