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Accurate German should fire at El Camaleon flags

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Tournament starts midday Thursday
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Rickie Fowler, the main attraction for the OHL Classic galleries this week, is an early starter in round one at El Camaleon, Mexico.

Fowler, the world number ten, joins in-form compatriot Chesson Hadley and Argentinian raider Emiliano Grillo for the 12.30pm (UK and Ireland time) match. Defending champion Pat Perez is off at 5.10pm, with Charley Hoffman and Graeme McDowell for company.

Alex Cejka will be approaching this tournament with confidence after rediscovering his A-game on Sunday, and the German can be fancied to end the OHL Classic as top Continental European. He should be clear favourite in the four-runner market.

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Cejka closed with a spectacular 63 in the Shriners Open last week, signing off with four consecutive birdies before losing a playoff to Patrick Cantlay. If Cejka carries that form to El Camaleon, a tight track where his traditional strength of driving accuracy is invaluable, he should be in for another lucrative event.

Cejka can outscore David Lingmerth, Stephan Jaeger and Javier Colomo over 72 holes, while Chez Reavie should do likewise to Jason Kokrak.

Reavie, accurate off the tee and on approach, has an ideal skills-set for El Camaleon, where he finished fourth last year. He has posted ten top-25 finishes in his last 14 events, including his last five, and has not missed a cut since the Byron Nelson in May. Kokrak is much looser off the tee and less consistent.

A Cejka top Continental European
1pt 6-4 Betfair, Betfred, Paddy Power
C Reavie to beat J Kokrak
1pt 10-11 Betway

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He should be clear favourite in the four-runner market
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