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RACING LEAGUE | All to play for heading into Week 5 at Lingfield

Several teams battle for the Racing League title in the competition’s penultimate week at Lingfield

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Week five of the Racing League heads to Lingfield, with several teams still in the hunt for the inaugural competition’s title.

Team ThroroughBid (who our team selected as their NAP for the competition) moved up to the top of the board last week with a total of 245 points, holding a three-point lead over Goat Racing.

Team talkSPORT moved into third with 232 points following a strong string of results at Windsor, while Team Swish moved down to fourth with only one point less.

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Racing League action returns to Lingfield on Thursday

Team BullionVault (picked out as our Longshot to win the competition) remain in touching distance of the leaders with a total of 229 points.

The action at Lingfield gets underway at 5.10 with a 5f Handicap, with Team Swish’s Peerless holding favouritism following his C&D win back in June.

Next up is the 6f Handicap, with Racing League regular Marks Bear aiming to claim a second success in the competition in his third appearance for Team BullionVault.

Dinoo returns to handicap company over seven furlongs for Team talkSPORT after a comfortable success in a novice event, while eToro Racing’s Hong Kong Harry aims to spark a late revival for his connections in the 7½f Handicap.

Handicap veteran Anythingtoday makes his Racing League debut for Team Racehorse Lotto in the 1m2f contest and Team Ireland will be aiming to rediscover some winning form with Powerful Aggie in the 1m4f Handicap.

Reece Charlton is a Content Writer at Low6 that specializes in horse racing. He is an avid hunter of value in the racing world, picking out longshots six days a week across the National Hunt and Flat cards on offer across the UK and Ireland. He keeps punters and race fans in the know with his racing expertise with previews and value picks for all the big cards and meetings.

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