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Hearts hitman Juanma Delgado was also backed to open the scoring in the Scottish Premiership clash on Sunday, the Spanish forward finding the target after 16 minutes with what proved to be the only goal of the game against Dundee United.
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Meanwhile, Newcastle were eased in the Barclays Premier League relegation market after hammering Norwich 6-2 in the Super Sunday clash.
Georgino Wijnaldum scored four as Steve McClaren’s side recorded their first victory of the league campaign and Sky Bet go 11/8 from 11/10 against the Magpies facing the drop.
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Derby’s third win on the bounce saw them trimmed to an industry top price of 5/1 for Sky Bet Championship title glory having gone into their match with Wolves as 11/2 shots.
Kenny Jackett’s Wolves were clipped a couple of points to 20/1 to be playing League 1 football next term.