These comedians will crack their best jokes to raise funds for Nelson Mandela’s charities. Comedian David Kau with 46664’s Ruth Rensburg. The comedians made journalists laugh at the press briefing in Johannesburg. (Images: Bongani Nkosi) MEDIA CONTACTS • Sello Hatang Information Communications Manager Nelson Mandela Foundation +27 11 728 1000 or +27 11 547 5600 [email protected] RELATED ARTICLES • Twenty years of freedom • Mandela Day now a global event • Mandela: a remarkable 91 years • World marks Mandela Day • Lennox sings for HIV/Aids • Celebrities on sale for charityBongani NkosiIt’s no joke that South Africa’s top entertainers are going all out to help raise funds for Nelson Mandela’s charities.The comic campaign, announced in Johannesburg on 23 February, will see 10 of the country’s most acclaimed heavyweight comedians teaming up for a one-night show at the Sun City Superbowl on 27 February.The evening will form part of the celebrations marking the 20th anniversary of Mandela’s release from prison.All proceeds from the event, called It’s No Joke, will go towards Mandela’s outreach programmes – which include the 46664 campaign, the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund, Mandela Rhodes Foundation, the Nelson Mandela Institute and the Nelson Mandela Foundation.Charity drives organised around Mandela Day will also benefit from It’s No Joke, said 46664 South Africa campaign leader Ruth Rensburg. “We will be using comedy as a tool to highlight social injustices in the world,” she added.The Sun City line-up includes Tumi Morake, David Kau, Marc Lottering, Riaad Moosa, Chris Forrest, Trevor Noah, John Vlismas, Nik Rabinowitz, Ndumiso Lindi and Barry Hilton.“It is important that as comedians we give back to society …” said Forrest, who has been at the forefront of the South African comedy scene for almost 10 years. “If you find a project like 46664 to work with, that’s brilliant.”“We make a living by poking fun at society, so it is good that we give back,” said Vlismas.“We are using our abilities [for charity] in the only way we know,” Lindi added.For Morake, arguably one of the country’s most accomplished and best-loved entertainers, It’s No Joke will be yet another opportunity to reach out to the less fortunate after years volunteering for community projects.“It’s good to be the only chick [in the show], I’ll get to have all the men to myself for the night,” she joked.Seriously funnyThe 10 comedians are expected to dish out some hilarious social commentary on the night, using humour to tackle pressing issues in South Africa.Kau, known for his side-splitting shows Blacks Only and I Did These Jokes First, said he plans to make some strong comments about the South African education system at the Sun City event.“Comedy is … a serious business,” he said.The beauty of the comedy scene in South Africa is that entertainers can poke fun at any social issue without fear of reprisal – this is in stark contrast to their international counterparts, Vlismas and Kau said.“We do socially relevant comedy. We seem to have a robust way of talking about each other,” Vlismas added.“There are things we say here that they [UK comedians] could never get away,” Kau said.Growing It’s No JokeRenowned UK performer Eddie Izzard kicked off the It’s No Joke charity campaign earlier in February with his comedy tour called Stripped, which sold out in South Africa.There are now plans to expand the campaign and make It’s No Joke an annual event along the lines of the 46664 series of music concerts, Rensburg said.“It should be nurtured into a premier comedy festival … hopefully it will become one of the gigs that every comedian wants to join,” Kau said.
15 January 2013Bafana Bafana will silence their critics with a win in their opening match of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) against tournament debutants Cape Verde on Saturday, says former Bafana striker Philemon Masinga.“This tournament is not going to be easy since there are no longer smaller teams, and with us being regarded as underdogs because of the national team’s failure to win games, I believe there would be a lot of surprises during the tournament,” Masinga told SAnews on Tuesday.“It is important for our national team to win their first group stage match as this will boost their confidence to win the remaining games, so I strongly believe that the national team will surprise us by winning their opening match on Saturday,” he said.The former Bafana striker was speaking to SAnews during an Afcon mobilisation campaign at Olympia stadium in Rustenburg.In the morning, an open bus with the class of 1996 Bafana players, Rustenburg football legends and Platinum Stars players visited the Waterfall taxi rank and Phokeng plaza with the tournament’s mascot, Takuma.Rustenburg is playing host to a number of Afcon group stage matches, including matches involving tournament favourites Ivory Coast, Togo, Algeria and Tunisia.While Bafana are faced with the challenge of not scoring goals, Masinga said: “Yes this is our major problem, but the coach has been working on it, and I have no doubt on the selected strikers.“All these strikers [Bernard Parker, Tokelo Rantie, Lehlohonolo Majoro] and our top class striker Katlego Mphela will score goals for us during this tournament. Yes, Mphela has been out of action for few months because of an injury, but this is not a player to ignore when he’s available.”Masinga urged South Africans to rally behind the national team throughout the tournament.“In 1996, we were able to win the tournament because the nation was behind us, so as South Africans let us make it easy for our national team to win this tournament for us by giving them all our support.”Bafana play their opening match against Cape Verde at Johannesburg’s National Stadium at 6pm on Saturday.Source: SANews.gov.za read more
Employers should check the National Child Protection Register before they hire people to work with children, which would help to prevent abuse by those who have been convicted of crimes against children.South Africa established the National Child Protection Register in terms of Chapter 7 of the Children’s Act of 2005.The call was made by President Jacob Zuma, who said there were 441 people on the register who had been found to be unsuitable to work with children in the past financial year. “Let us protect children from further abuse.”He was speaking on International Children’s Day, which is observed on 1 June, at Lucas Masterpieces Moripe Stadium in Atteridgeville, Pretoria.South Africa was “working hard” to address the scourge of child abuse, neglect and exploitation of women and children.The Department of Social Development had set up the 24-hour Gender Based Violence Command Centre, which counselled and supported survivors of abuse and violence.“The South African Police Service is under standing orders to act swiftly against those who abuse women and children,” said Zuma. “All our law enforcement agencies are also responding well and the conviction rates for perpetrators of crimes against women and children are encouraging.”The Cabinet had also established an inter-ministerial committee, led by the department, to combat violence against women and children.To report abuse, contact the development on 0800 60 10 11; the police emergency line on 10111 or Child Line on 0800 05 55 5.International Children’s DayInternational Children’s Day is observed annually on 1 June to honour children’s rights. It was proclaimed at the 1925 World Conference for the Well-being of Children in Geneva, Switzerland.In South Africa, the day coincides with Child Protection Week, which this year is observed from 29 May until 5 June under the theme “Let us all protect children to move South Africa forward”.The first day of June also marked the beginning of Youth Month, held to commemorate the 16 June 1976 student uprisings. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the protests.Source: South African Government News Agency read more
The latest updates for the DaVinci Resolve Color Page have improved your workflow. Again. Let’s take a look at the new Node Graph developments.Since Blackmagic has focused on refining Resolve’s edit page and introducing a dedicated audio page, it’s fair to say that the color page has received little attention over the past two years. However, when your color page is already world class, I guess there isn’t much to improve upon.However, Blackmagic is still fixing bugs and implementing new ideas for the color page. In the recent 14.1 update, they updated the node graph, so let’s have a look at the updated feature.Mostly, the node graph is a glorified copy-and-paste tool — but an essential one, to be sure.Here, I have a set of stills with specific grades that I can apply to different shots throughout my sequence.A standard go-to option has always been to right-click on the still and select apply grade. The node data from the still would then copy onto the selected clip.Alternatively, we could right-click on a still and select open node graph, and then we could individually drag the nodes that made up the grade to the new clip. This method is perfect for bringing over one node without the others.There’s nothing inherently wrong with this, but everything can use a little improvement, right? With 14.1 (and as of the writing of this article, Blackmagic has released 14.2), Resolve has introduced a new panel within the node graph — and this increases efficiency when using the node graph option. When dragging a node from the graph to the selected clip, previously, all elements of that node would copy to the new location. For example, if that node also had a tracking window or a qualifier, that too would copy to the selected clip, and usually, such elements are unique to one shot. That would require you to delete that unwanted information, which wastes time.With the new update, when you open the node graph and click to the Node panel, you can now prevent specific elements from copying. Want to copy the color correction and qualifier but leave the blur behind? No problem. Just uncheck the appropriate box, and you are a step ahead.It is such an obviously necessary feature that after you use it, you’ll wonder why it was never an option in the first place.This is the main update to the node graph window, but there have also been two other fixes that support this new feature:• Added support for a zoom slider in the Display Node Graph window.• Added support for accessing both the clip and the timeline node graph for a Still in the Display Node Graph window.Lewis McGregor is a certified Blackmagic Design DaVinci Resolve Trainer.Looking for more on Resolve 14.1 and 14.2? Check out these articles.How to Replicate Cast Shadows In DaVinci ResolveCheck Out the Latest Developments in Resolve 14.1 and 14.2How To Create A Sub Mix In DaVinci Resolve 14 – Video TutorialResolve 14’s Best Editing Features For The Online Content CreatorWhat You Need to Know About Resolve 14’s Latest Media Page read more
TagsTransfersLoan MarketAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Rochdale in talks for Man Utd pair Hamilton, Pooleby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United midfielder Ethan Hamilton is in talks with Rochdale.The Daily Mail says Hamilton is in talks over a loan move to League One Rochdale.The 20-year-old Scot has been a regular in Ricky Sbragia’s U23 side and has had interest from Scottish Premiership clubs.However, United see a spell at League One Rochdale, under manager Keith Hill, as being good for his football education.Rochdale had also expressed interest in United defender Regan Poole, as have Newport County.
Darrell Evans198740150340.23 Moises Alou20063998220.22 Barry Bonds200641130260.20 Jim Thome201039108250.23 Carlton Fisk19884076190.25 Barry Bonds200439147450.31 Raul Ibanez201341124290.23 Cy Williams192739131300.23 Andre Dawson19943975160.21 Willie McCovey197739141280.20 Willie Stargell197939126320.25 Steve Finley200439162360.22 PLAYERYEARAGEGAMESHOME RUNSHOME RUNS PER GAME Hank Aaron197339120400.33 Barry Bonds200742126280.22 Hank Sauer195740127260.20 Ted Williams195839129260.20 Once–disgraced slugger Alex Rodriguez turned 40 years old Monday, and he’s still hitting home run hat tricks. His remarkable return to form (at the moment he’s a top-10 hitter despite missing all of last year) has even New York fans who loathed him not long ago mulling his redemption.So just how good, just how unexpected, just how amazing is this season of his?From at least some angles, very. His 23 home runs through 97 Yankees team games (as of Sunday) put him “on pace” for around 38 for the year, which would leave him trailing only Barry Bonds in 2004 (45 HR) and Hank Aaron in 1973 (40 HR) among players who started the season age 39 or older. Even assuming Rodriguez can’t keep up that pace and regresses toward the mean a bit, he seems very likely to end up in the top five all time for his age — he needs only 10 more home runs to clear that threshold.If his season ended today, his home runs per game played would already be cream of the crop. Here are the top 20 HR/game averages for players 39 and older with at least 75 games played: Ted Williams196041113290.26 Alex Rodriguez20153990230.26 Andres Galarraga200039141280.20 Hank Aaron, Barry Bonds, Ted Williams … Alex Rodriguez. That’s amazing company.Looking beyond home runs, Rodriguez’s numbers are still excellent, but not quite as historic. Among other players starting their season age 39 or older who had at least 100 plate appearances, his 0.73 wins above replacement (offensive WAR)1Baseball-Reference’s version. per 100 plate appearances is 32nd all-time.Let’s compare Rodriguez to players who played similarly well (or better) into their late 30s2The chart shows all players since 1900 who had at least four seasons with 100-plus plate appearances after age 35 and who accumulated a total of at least 8 offensive WAR over that season. (Rodriguez has 8.7.) Oh, and they also had to average at least 0.5 per 100 plate appearances, by season. (Rodriguez has averaged around 0.6.) I’ve also excluded later seasons from this average for those who played more than five seasons past 35, to avoid filtering out players who had great careers into their late 30s but stuck around too long.:As we can see, the three main “peaks” are Babe Ruth, Williams and Bonds (unsurprising). But Rodriguez’s twilight career, even counting this season, is still fairly mainstream (so far).Rodriguez’s dramatic-seeming improvement this year really isn’t that unusual either — probably worth noting given suspicions stemming from his history of performance-enhancing drug (PED) use. Rodriguez has jumped 0.3 wins per 100 plate appearances from the last season he played to this one. That’s good, but it’s only the 53rd-largest such jump among those 39 and older (compared with 134 declines greater than 0.3).3The ratio of declines to gains of this magnitude is actually much smaller than I would have guessed. That is, he’s no Gavvy Cravath, who went from a .696 OPS (on-base plus slugging) at age 37 to a 1.078 OPS at age 38.Indeed, playing deep into one’s 30s (and even beyond) has gotten much more common (though the increase is a bit less pronounced in Rodriguez’s 39-plus age group):It’s interesting that Rodriguez is somewhat bucking the recent downward trend, one that seems to have started around when MLB began cracking down on PED use (a speculative causal connection, but one that’s highly likely, in my opinion).4As for what might have happened in 1987, I asked FiveThirtyEight’s Rob Arthur, and he didn’t have any great ideas off the top of his head, either. If you do, please let us know. With the departure of players like Bonds — who couldn’t find a job in 2008 despite having 1.045 OPS in 2007 (higher than Mike Trout in 2015), baseball has lost roughly half its number of batters 35 and older since 2007.In other words, one of the more remarkable aspects of Rodriguez’s season is that it’s defying a trend that likely results from league efforts to end PED use, the very thing that helped make him so good before — as well as such a pariah later.CORRECTION (July 29, 6:06 p.m.): An earlier version of this post misstated the seasons in which Rodriguez played. He did not play last season, so his increase of 0.3 WAR per 100 plate appearances was from 2013 to this season, not from last year to this one. Willie Mays197039139280.20 read more
At the core of the College Football Playoff is the assumption that four reasonably well-differentiated teams will be left standing at the end of the regular season and conference championship games, ready to be neatly penciled into a bracket.Unfortunately, such a tidy setup seldom actually happens in real life.This season is a good example. If you break things down into tiers of teams, at the top are three Tier 1 teams — undefeated major-conference squads plus independent Notre Dame1Because they are Notre Dame. — in Alabama, Clemson and the aforementioned Irish (two of which could potentially be conference champions as well). But there are also four Tier 2 teams — one-loss major-conference teams and undefeated minor-conference ones — in Ohio State, Oklahoma, Georgia and Central Florida. Even if you grant that poor UCF is likely to get little consideration (particularly with starting QB McKenzie Milton out with a leg injury), and that UGA would drop below Tier 2 with an SEC title-game loss to Bama, the math doesn’t quite work out to shield the selection committee from criticism. It still leaves too many deserving teams for too few slots.So with the help of our playoff odds algorithm, let’s run down the various permutations of what could happen on Championship Saturday to see who the model thinks would make the playoff in each.2Including every set of results that has at least a 2 percent probability of actually happening — with one special exception. Based on how the selection committee (and, before that, the BCS) has behaved in the past, we’ll break down how our system expects it to react this year. And we’ll go in order, from the least controversial to the most…(Note: These chances reflect the results from Week 13 but not the latest playoff committee rankings, which are released Tuesday night. Instead, they use our model’s expectation of how those rankings will change.)Alabama and Clemson win; Oklahoma OR Ohio State loses.Chances of happening: 23 percentLikely playoff field: Alabama (greater than 99 percent), Clemson (>99), OU or OSU winner (98), Notre Dame (94)Others: UCF (3 percent), Texas (2)This is one of the dream scenarios for the committee, as it would give them three top-tier teams and only two Tier 2 teams to choose from, one of which is non-Power 5 UCF with an injured QB. From there, picking the four playoff teams would be relatively straightforward.Alabama, Ohio State and Oklahoma win; Clemson loses.Chances of happening: 2 percentLikely playoff field: Alabama (>99 percent), Ohio State (94), Notre Dame (93), Oklahoma (92)Others: Clemson (11 percent)According to our model, this result would also benefit the selection committee. If Clemson were to lose the ACC title game to Pitt when favored by more than three touchdowns, the Tigers would suddenly be a Tier 2 team battling with a couple of fellow candidates (the Buckeyes and Sooners) who would each boast conference championships in this scenario.Clemson wins; Alabama and either Oklahoma OR Ohio State loses.Chances of happening: 14 percentLikely playoff field: Clemson (>99 percent), Georgia (99), Notre Dame (88), OU or OSU winner (83)Others: Alabama (24 percent)This is a variation of the first scenario listed above, where everything goes more or less to form except Georgia beats Alabama for the SEC title. I suspect our algorithm might be undercounting the chances that the committee stamps a playoff ticket for the Crimson Tide — who’ve had one of the most dominant seasons in college history — even with the loss. But taken on face value, a pair of conference champs (Oklahoma/Ohio State and UGA) might have a better case than a one-loss non-champ (Bama) within Tier 2.Clemson wins; Alabama, Oklahoma and Ohio State lose.Chances of happening: 3 percentLikely playoff field: Clemson (>99 percent), Georgia (>99), Notre Dame (98), Alabama (65)Others: Texas (16 percent), UCF (12), Washington (7)Despite the scary-sounding prospect of dealing with a one-loss, non-conference-champ Crimson Tide team, this sequence of events gets the committee off the hook to some extent. Clemson, Notre Dame and UGA would be easy calls, and it’s not hard to see Alabama rising over any of the other candidates for the No. 4 slot in the playoff field.Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma AND Ohio State win.Chances of happening: 31 percentLikely playoff field: Alabama (>99 percent), Clemson (>99), Ohio State (69), Oklahoma (69)Others: Notre Dame (62 percent)Under this very plausible situation — the most likely on this list, in fact — the committee would have to make a tough choice among Ohio State, Oklahoma and Notre Dame for the third and fourth playoff seeds. Lacking any kind of special Notre Dame adjustment, the model thinks OSU and OU would come out ahead. Realistically speaking, however, it’s difficult to imagine that the committee would exclude an undefeated Irish squad, right or wrong. So that means it would come down to splitting hairs between the Buckeyes and Sooners. Good luck with that.Alabama and Clemson win; Oklahoma and Ohio State lose.Chances of happening: 4 percentLikely playoff field: Alabama (>99 percent), Clemson (>99), Notre Dame (98) and … ???Others: Texas (31 percent), Georgia (29), UCF (23), Washington (12), Ohio State (5)Most of the scenarios on this list involve too many good teams for too few slots. But in this particular case, there wouldn’t be enough. The committee would be staring at three clear-cut deserving squads, plus a whole bunch of flawed lower-tier teams in the mix for the fourth and final bid. Our model actually thinks three-loss (!) Texas would be the most likely candidate, though this is also one of UCF’s best, most viable paths to that elusive playoff berth.Clemson, Oklahoma and Ohio State win; Alabama loses.Chances of happening: 19 percentLikely playoff field: Clemson (>99 percent), Georgia (98), Ohio State (66), Oklahoma (62)Others: Notre Dame (60 percent), Alabama (13)This is the combination the selection committee has to be fearing the most, in part because it could happen so easily. It would simply require the Tigers, Sooners and Buckeyes winning a trio of games as favorites, and Georgia pulling off a not-unthinkable upset against the Tide for the SEC crown. Remember, the Bulldogs were in great shape for about a half in last year’s national championship game — before Bama stormed back to force overtime and eventually win. If UGA avenges that loss on Saturday, the committee would have a very tricky choice on its hands.Alabama wins; Clemson, Oklahoma and Ohio State lose.Chances of happening: 0.2 percentLikely playoff field: Alabama (>99 percent), Notre Dame (>99), Clemson (64) and … ???Others: Texas (44 percent), Georgia (36), UCF (31), Washington (16), Ohio State (4), Oklahoma (4)This chaotic option isn’t as immediately apparent as the obvious “Georgia beats Bama” doomsday scenario above, but it might end up wreaking just as much havoc. Our model thinks Clemson would still have a reasonable 2-in-3 chance of making the playoff even after losing to Pitt, provided the Sooners and Buckeyes also lose. But the model is doing an algorithmic shruggie at the idea of having to pick the fourth team, which could be any of six schools with at least a 4 percent chance according to the model. The odds of this happening are very low (about 1 in 444), but if it does, it could be the most challenging decision the committee has faced in its five seasons of existence.Check out our latest college football predictions. read more
As the preseason gives way to the regular season for the No. 20 Ohio State men’s lacrosse team, confidence might continue to build in the Buckeyes’ locker room. Saturday’s doubleheader and preseason finale against No. 12 Syracuse and Robert Morris yielded positive results for the Buckeyes, who had a chance to test out their younger players with the physical toll of playing two games in a day. Dropping the first match, the Buckeyes lost to Syracuse 8-7, conceding a late goal to the Orange that proved to be the difference in the game. After about a three-hour break, the team came out and took down Robert Morris, 17-9, outscoring the Colonials 11-2 in the second half. Coming into the day, some fans circled the team’s game against Syracuse as a potential thriller. The teams did not disappoint. OSU captain, senior midfielder Dominique Alexander, kicked the scoring off early in the first half putting the Buckeyes up, 1-0. The Orange answered, though, and showed why their defense is considered one of the best in America, holding the Buckeyes’ goalless for almost 20 minutes during the game’s first and second quarters. After giving up four straight goals, OSU went into the half trailing, 3-5, and needing a spark on offense. The Buckeyes came out on fire in the second half, tying the game, 7-7, by the midpoint of the fourth quarter, though. In the end, OSU could not capitalize on its momentum, and Syracuse scored the winner with just more than two minutes to play in the match. While Robert Morris came out and played Syracuse, OSU got a chance to head back to the locker room for a little recuperation and game planning for the second match. Starting remarkably similarly to the way they had earlier in the day, the Buckeyes scored the first goal of the match but conceded four straight scores to give Robert Morris a 3-point lead heading into the second quarter. Senior midfielder Dan Wertz and senior attacker Patrick Riffee turned it on after the break between quarters. Scoring a combined 11 goals, seven of which were from Wertz, the two seniors spurred the Buckeyes to a dominant performance in the final three quarters. Once the dust had settled, OSU led, 17-9, which finished the preseason unofficially 2-2. OSU is set to play the Detroit Titans for the regular season opener on Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. read more
The North London Derby is always a vital game and that is the case when Arsenal and Tottenham meet today. The Gunners will be playing their first Derby without Arsene Wenger but there have been great signs of progress in their first season under Unai Emery and the Gunners head into the first Derby of the season unbeaten in 18 games. They have kept a freewheeling style in attack, with Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang lighting up the scoreboard with eight goals in the Premier League alone, whilst his often partner in crime Alexandre Lacazette has five goals to his name.Defensively, the Gunners rely a huge amount on the covering ability of all areas action man Lucas Torreira, who has proven to be a sensational signing in the summer, with their centre-backs once again being an area of vulnerability, especially Shkodran Mustafi who has made rash tackles against Crystal Palace and Bournemouth. Emery could well use another 3-4-2-1 after fullbacks Sead Kolasniac and Stephan Liechtensteiner were able to provide plenty of support.They will need to do so once again facing a Spurs side that has had a brilliant week so far. Since their opening weekend defeat against Manchester City they’ve won their last six and they were sensational in tearing Chelsea apart last week, especially in the first half. Dele Alli gave an outstanding performance as the whole team targeted Jorginhio in midfield and it was also one of the best performances that we’ve seen from Heung-Min Son (in addition to great showings from Christian Eriksen and Eric Dier).They were given more to think about by Inter Milan in midweek, but they deserved their win even if Eriksen’s winner came late and those were two high-quality performances that differed in nature ahead of this clash.Arsenal’s long unbeaten run may have been helped by some more generous fixtures but they have adapted quickly to Emery’s style and this side has shown plenty of steel. Their only two defeats this season came right at the start, when they faced a much more prepared Manchester City side and should have taken a point from their encounter with Chelsea.Arsenal v Tottenham HotspurPremier League 14:05Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Ultra HDHEAD TO HEAD RECORD(Maximum 10 matches*)FEB 2018 PREMIER LEAGUE Tottenham 1-0 ArsenalNOV 2017 PREMIER LEAGUE Arsenal 2-0 TottenhamAPR 2017 PREMIER LEAGUE Tottenham 2-0 ArsenalNOV 2016 PREMIER LEAGUE Arsenal 1-1 TottenhamMAR 2016 PREMIER LEAGUE Tottenham 2-2 ArsenalNOV 2015 PREMIER LEAGUE Arsenal 1-1 TottenhamSEP 2015 CAPITAL ONE CUP Tottenham 1-2 ArsenalFEB 2015 PREMIER LEAGUE Tottenham 2-1 ArsenalSEP 2014 PREMIER LEAGUE Arsenal 1-1 TottenhamMAR 2014 PREMIER LEAGUE Tottenham 0-1 ArsenalJAN 2014 FA CUP Arsenal 2-0 TottenhamSEP 2013 PREMIER LEAGUE Arsenal 1-0 TottenhamThese two teams look extremely difficult to separate and neither of the three results would be a surprise. It also wouldn’t be a shock if both teams scored – it’s as short as 40/85 – but there might be nothing separating them at the end of 90 minutes and the 10/3 on a score draw might be the best way to play this.RECOMMENDED BETS (scale of 1-100 points)BACK SCORE DRAW 5 points at 100/30 with starsports.bet PROFIT/LOSS SINCE JAN 1 2017: PROFIT 187.73 points(not including Premier League ante-post or cricket) read more