British Lions v Australia Live Streaming & Royal Ascot Day 5 head bumper Saturday of sport for punters

 Its the British Lions v Australia live streaming as well as Royal Ascot & the Diamond Jubilee, Chesham & Harwicke Stakes as Paddy Power release another free bets offer for Saturday’s busy day of sport.

The popular Irish firm have announced they will offer refunds should talismatic skipper Brian O’Driscoll score at anytime during the match in Brisbane today, while the firm are also going 5 places each way in the Wokingham Stakes in the final day of Royal Ascot.

It should be a cracking day of punting for sports fans as the first test kicks off at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium, with the Lions the current favourites at 8/13 to win the opener, with Australia a best price 8/13 to be victorious.

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Its the 1st Lions Test against the Quantas Wallabies as well as day 5 at Royal Ascot as Paddy Power release a free bet offer worth £250/€250 to customers to spend on any race, while the firm is also offering 5 places each way on the Wokingham Stakes at 16:25 plus will refundas bets should Brian O’Driscoll scorea try at anytime! – claim here!

The final day of Royal Ascot takes place on Saturday afternoon and although we will be sad to say goodbye to another wonderful few days at the famous meeting, there are still a cracking few hours of racing to look forward to.

The highlight of the day’s action is the Diamond Jubilee Stakes of course, which we saw superstar Black Caviar take last year. It is one of the most prestigious around, but it won’t last long as it takes place over six furlongs.

There are as many as 18 runners in this one right now, so it isn’t going to be an easy race to predict, but 2011 winner Society Rock is being tipped as the 4/1 favourite.

This horse was last seen winning at York in what was his first race of the year, so the six-year-old should come into the Diamond Jubilee Stakes in good shape. With the know Society Rock has in this race, bets are sure to be popular on the favourite.

As ever though, there is going to be a lot of competition and Gordon Lord Byron is available at 13/2. Not many know just what to expect from this horse, but he can certainly be involved.

Sea Siren is then at 9/1 and Mince at 12/1 is an interesting bet as when at her best, she can be a match for anybody.

There is also some each-way value on the likes of Hawkeyethenoo, Lethal Force and Slade Power.

Make no doubt about it, this race is all set to be a thriller.

The first race of the day is the Chesham Stakes and this seven furlong trip will set to tone for Saturday’s action.

There is another big field here with 21 horses set to run, but we have joint favourites in the shape of Bunker and Somewhat as both are at 3/1.

Both have one win from one race, but Bunker just gets the nod here given the fact he is trained by Richard Hannon and has Richard Hughes doing the steering.

Other sure to be involved include Autumn Lilly and Friendship, who are both at 9/1.

After that we have the Hardwicke Stakes, which should be a cracking watch.

The current 5/2 favourite is Mount Athos and he comes here on the back of a win at Chester last month.

Ektihaam is another much-talked about contender at 10/3 and after his victory here at Ascot last month, he might be the one to beat.

Universal also looks good value in this one mile, four furlong race as he is being offered at 8/1 and comes to Royal Ascot in good form.

After the Diamond Jubilee Stakes we see the Wokingham Stakes take place and the bookies feel as though this could be all about one horse – Duke Of Firenze.

We of course saw this colt winning at Epsom at the start of June and if at his best, he should come out on top.

With 29 runners though and the fact this is held over a distance of just six furlongs, we could see a surprise and Gabriel’s Lad and Hitchens at 12/1 and 20/1 respectively might be a decent punt.

The final two races taking place are the Duke Of Edinburgh Handicap and the Queen Alexandra Stakes. They should be fitting ways to draw the curtain on another superb few days at Royal Ascot.

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