Consistent Dudek can rule in Czech Republic
Polish rider looks good value
Czech Grand Prix
BT Sport 2, 5.45pm Saturday
Patryk Dudek has been a model of consistency over the first three rounds of the GP series and can get on the podium in Prague.
Third place in Slovenia, second in Latvia, either side of a semi-final spot in Warsaw, Dudek is coping with the pressure well and leads the standings.
Yet he takes to the shale as a 9-1 shot which looks an attractive price.
The competition this season is wide open but one or two big-name riders – notably Chris Holder and Greg Hancock – have yet to get going and are struggling while Freddie Lindgren, super-fast in the first couple of rounds, is recovering from a serious knee injury.
The market is led, inevitably, by Jason Doyle, who has made all three finals to date and Tai Woffinden, who is a three-time winner in Prague.
He is, however, down in eighth place in the standings.
Of the rest, Maciej Janowski and Martin Vaculik are also in excellent form while Piotr Pawlicki recovered from fairly modest efforts in Slovenia and Poland to win in Latvia.
1pt each-way 9-1 bet365