Each-Way Thief: Howdyalikemenow a likeable tip for Cheltenham at decent odds.

Wondering who shall I bet on at Cheltenham races on Friday November 12? Planet Sport have top place picks from Paul Nicholls, Evan Williams, John O’Shea plus a 150-1 winner of the Irish National.

Who'd have thought a horse that shares a name with a song from an Argos advert would be so promising? Then again you can use those little pens in the bookies too.

4.00 Cheltenham - Howdyalikemenow

Named after the catchy song by The Heavy from the Argos advert, Evan Williams looks ready to catalogue a Cheltenham win at a decent price.

After a promising second in a maiden hurdle at Wexford in Ireland, Howdyalikemenow switched to Evan Williams in Wales and racked up two wins on the spin.

The penultimate win was over Dan Skelton's Jay Jay Reilly who has since hosed up by nine lengths, while the last time out victory at Fakenham showed grit aplenty.

The five-year-old looks every inch the improver and can take this open contest at HQ before things really get going in the New Year.

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Elsewhere in the 4.00, John O'Shea's Just The Man won well last time out at Ludlow, has some good speed figures and the very capable Brian Hughes on board. He can go well at a monster price.

Paul Nicholls has a great chance with Magic Saint in the 1.45, the winner of the race last year and off the same mark but comes with a bit of value as some will be put off by top weight.

Freewheelin Dylan was a 150-1 winner of the Irish National in April and heads to the 2.55 Cheltenham cross-country with solid each-way claims.

Evan Williams has another each-way shout in the 3.30 with Current Mood looking for the hat-trick and a ready winner last time out at Ludlow.

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