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All you need to know on a Super Sunday of racing and football

Willoughby Court makes his chasing debut at Huntingdon
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Following a hectic Saturday that had top-class action for over 12 hours, Sunday is a bit more sedate, but there is still plenty of interesting action to enjoy.

As the dust settles on the Breeders' Cup, the Flat season enters its final throes and there is the November Handicap at Naas. 

Over jumps Carlisle has the Listed Colin Parker Chase, the exciting Willoughby Court makes his chasing debut at Huntingdon, while there's also a fascinating punting puzzle in the shape of the Cork Grand National.

Going report

Naas (First race 12.20)
Soft, soft to heavy in places

Huntingdon (12.40)
Good, good to soft in places

Carlisle (12.55)
Hurdles - Soft, good to soft in places
Chase - Good to soft, soft in places

Cork (1.05)
Soft, soft to heavy in places

Market movers

12.20 Naas Vinnie's Wish 10-1 (from 16-1)
12.50 Naas Accalia 6-1 (from 15-2)
12.55 Carlisle Cadeyrn 9-1 (from 14-1)
1.05 Cork Castlebrook 5-1 (from 7-1)
1.30 Carlisle Solstice Star 15-2 (from 9-1)
1.55 Naas Burmese Blazer 4-1 (from 17-2)
2.25 Naas Inscribe 2-1 (from 9-2)
2.30 Carlisle Bindon Mill 8-1 (from 12-1)
2.40 Cork Jury Duty 5-4 (from 6-4)
3.20 Huntingdon Kings Temptation 13-2 (from 9-1)

What to back 

Ed Quigley is Sunday's ten second tipster, while for members Tom Segal has a pair of selections which you can find here

What to read

Talismanic and Wuheida were the big hits for the Europeans at Del Mar, and you can read about their exploits here.

Closer to home, the Charlie Hall was not lacking in drama, with low sun blamed for the performances of stars Coneygree and Cue Card

What to watch

The Postcast team of Paul Kealy, James Hill and Bruce Millington find the best bets on Sunday

The best of Racing Post Sport

It promises to be a really Super Sunday in the Premier League, and Mark Langdon offers his invaluable advice on Man City v Arsenal and Chelsea v Man United.

Final thought 

The season has belonged to Aidan O'Brien and his record-breaking achievement, but Talismanic and Wuheida's triumphs were timely reminders that Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin operation is still a big player on the world stage.

There's also a fascinating punting puzzle in the shape of the Cork Grand National
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