The 2017 Grand National promises to be bigger and better than ever before. The revised time of 5.15pm UK time means that a massive global audience will enjoy the world’s most famous steeplechase as forty runners and riders compete over the famous Aintree obstacles.
Rule The World was the winner of the 2016 renewal at odds of 33/1.
We’ve got all angles covered when it comes to the 2017 Grand National, with our runners and riders giving you the lowdown on which horses are lining up for the big race, along with the best odds and the free bets that are available on this race.
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Grand National 2016 Results
Winner: Rule the World 33/1
Second: The Last Samuri 8/1
Third: Vic’s Canvas 100/1
Fourth: Gilgamboa 28/1
Fifth: Goonyella 12/1
6th – Ucello Conti
7th – Vieux Lion Rouge
8th – Morning Assembly
9th – Shutthefrontdoor
10th – Unioniste
11th – Le Reve
12th – Buywise
13th – Pendra
14th – Triolo D’Alene
15th – Just A Par
16th – Many Clouds
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The East Anglian derby can often be a tense bad tempered affair and this weekend’s offering will likely prove to be no exception.
Brighton may still be in the automatic promotion places as things stand, however their position is coming under increasing pressure as the chasing pack close in.
Things aren’t looking too good at Wigan Athletic and their dismal situation won’t be improving when they welcome Nottingham Forest to the DW Stadium this weekend.
Is it possible for either of these sides to make a late-push towards the play-off places? Probably not although Preston will narrow the gap on Saturday afternoon.