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Flying Frittelli can transfer top form to Le Golf National

Molinari can get the better of Noren

Dylan Frittelli tasted victory at the Lyoness Open
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Live on Sky Sports 4, 9.30am Thursday
Tournament starts 6am

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South African Dylan Frittelli has yet to taste the delights of Le Golf National but his recent form suggests his game is in good shape to tackle next year's Ryder Cup venue.

Frittelli broke his European Tour duck three weeks ago when he tasted glory at the Lyoness Open in Austria and proved it was no flash in the pan with a creditable 14th spot at the BMW International Open last week.

Expect him to take this week's test in his stride and he should be able to come out on top in a match bet against Soren Kjeldsen.

The Dane claimed top-ten finishes in three Majors last season but has struggled to hit those heights since the turn of the year.

He has failed to finish higher than 27th in a strokeplay tournament this year and despite three top-ten finishes in this week's tournament, he could struggle.

Francesco Molinari is the sort of consistent performer who many punters will want to keep onside, but as a player who struggles to win despite performing well, it is better to support him in match bets.

Spain's Jon Rahm is a bit of an unknown quantity at a new course, but Molinari should get the better of Alex Noren, who has a best finish of 15th in five visits and has had some miserable rounds there, including two 77s and an 81.

Recommendations
D Frittelli to beat S Kjeldsen
2pts 5-6 bet365
F Molinari to beat A Noren
2pts 4-5 BoyleSports

The Dane claimed top-ten finishes in three Majors last season but has struggled to hit those heights since the turn of the year
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