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Betting expert Ben Coley bids to end a lucrative European Tour season with another winner as he takes on the favourites in the DP World Tour Championship. Rory McIlroy and Henrik Stenson have dominated the DP World Tour Championship, winning two editions each since Alvaro Quiros took the title in 2011.Both arrive in form - even if Stenson will have been disappointed to finish only eighth in the Nedbank Challenge - and while such things rarely come to pass, a shootout between the two is a genuine possibility. Rory McIlroy is chasing his third win in five appearances at the Jumeirah Golf Estates McIlroy is favourite at 3/1 as he seeks a third win in five starts and history shows that hes virtually impossible to keep out of the frame when playing his favourite courses on the European Tour.The Earth Course - a long par 72 which favours big-hitters - represents a comfort zone for the world number two and while hes been pushed close by Justin Rose and Andy Sullivan here, ultimately hes been able to get the job done. Henrik Stenson won the 2013 DP World Tour Championship to end the year as European No 1 Stenson was most disappointing when bidding for a hat-trick 12 months ago but had previously produced the two most dominant displays in the history of the tournament, playing the golf of his life to romp home in 2013 and comfortably defending his title a year later.Hes a 6/1 chance and again, its hard to see how he fails to go close even on the back of an underwhelming effort at Sun City. Live European Tour Golf November 17, 2016, 8:00am Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass For those looking for each-way value, Thorbjorn Olesen tops the list at 100/1.The Dane is inconsistent but knows how to win, as we saw in Turkey a fortnight ago, and with a solid record in the desert he should be confident of ending the season on a high.Olesen has been inside the top three in the Dubai Desert Classic, Qatar Masters and Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, and while not quite as good here its a course he knows well as he spends much of the winter using the first-class facilities to hone his game. Thorbjorn Olesen was a worthy champion in Turkey Hes long enough to take aggressive lines off the tee and its not asking much for him to turn the consistency hes shown in five visits - in which hes finished no worse than 21st - into a victory. Hes certainly overpriced.Victor Dubuisson has a similar profile to Olesen and now could be the time to catch him after a return to form last week.The Frenchman has twice been placed behind Stenson here and with both wins coming in the European Tour Final Series, hes clearly adept at ending the year on the front foot. Victor Dubuisson looked back to his best in South Africa last week Dubuisson appeared happy with all aspects of his game last week and certainly shone from tee to green, so back him to bring that confidence to the desert where hes always thrived.Other options include Rafael Cabrera-Bello and Louis Oosthuizen, but Im heading to the side markets for my other bets because the big two here are likely to prove hard to beat.First up, Alejandro Canizares can bag a top-10 finish having done so in four of his last 10 starts.The Spaniard also secured two top-10s in three starts in the Middle East at the start of the year and has played well at this course recently, too, so at 6/1 he looks a fine bet to keep up his consistent profile. Six months half price Upgrade to Sky Sports to watch Man Utd v Arsenal on Saturday and get the first six months half price In the first-round leader betting, theres definite scope for a big-priced winner and it could pay to focus on the early starters, who will get first look at these immaculate greens.Marcus Fraser has been first and second after the first round in his last two visits, so while his recent form isnt anything special hes worth a speculative play at 150/1. Marcus Fraser has impressed in early rounds this season Fraser led after round one of the Olympics back in the summer and while hes not powerful enough to put together four rounds here, hes clearly capable of going low on Thursday.So too is Renato Paratore, the young Italian with an enormous future.Of all the events hes now played in two years on the European Tour, Paratore has impressed most at the Dubai Desert Classic, which bodes well for his debut here.He led after round one of the Czech Masters last year, an event played on another long golf course, and having been in decent nick lately looks capable of posting a low one early.Upgrade to Sky Sports now to watch Man Utd v Arsenal this Saturday and get the first six months half price! Also See: Race to Dubai permutations New format for R2D Golf live on Sky Sports 4 European Tour Schedule Akiem Hicks Jersey . 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Who is general manager Steve Yzerman watching? LeBrun: Over the last 48 hours, hes taken in the home-and-home between the Dallas Stars and Colorado Avalanche with Jamie Benn and Matt Duchene being the obvious targets. KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Marcus Peters has duped just about every quarterback he has faced into throwing an interception to him, whether it was Peyton Manning a year ago or Derek Carr just last weekend.Hed love nothing more than to add Drew Brees to his growing list Sunday.The ball-hawking Peters will be tasked with leading an opportunistic Kansas City Chiefs defense against the prolific passing attack of Brees and the New Orleans Saints. Its an important game for both teams with Kansas City coming off a momentum-building win over Oakland and New Orleans having won two straight after a calamitous start to the season.Its the NFL. Every week youre coming in against the best, said Peters, who has a league-leading five picks this season. You have to prepare for every quarterback to throw for 400 yards.But heres the rub: Brees actually does throw for 400 yards.Twice this season, in fact.The 37-year-old Brees threw for 465 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Saints (2-3) to a 41-38 victory over Carolina last weekend. It was a performance that showcased the breadth and depth of the New Orleans offense, from high-flying wide receiver Brandin Cooks to tight end Coby Fleener.Brees found four different players for touchdown passes.I dont have enough good things to say about him. Hes a phenomenal player, Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. He works at the profession, hes relentless. Is he getting better? Maybe he doesnt run as fast, but he sure has the skill throwing the football.He also doesnt make many mistakes, at least not this year. Hes only thrown four picks.That should cause all kinds of heartburn for the Chiefs (3-2), who lost defensive end Allen Bailey and linebacker Justin March for the season this week, and could be without cornerback Phillip Gaines, who is dealing with a knee injury after having surgery to repair his ACL last year.All of which puts even more pressure on Peters to make plays.When you see him, any errant throw or ball off-target, he gets his hands on. He has elite hands, Saints coach Sean Payton said. You have to be decisive and your location has to be spot on. He can run, he can tackle. I think hes one of the real, real talented good, young corners in our league.The matchup between Brees and Peters is only part of the intrigue on Sunday. Here are some oof the other story lines:RARE RIVALSThe Saints and Chiefs have only played 10 times, and have not met in Kansas City since November 2008.dddddddddddd. But the two coaches are a bit more familiar with each since Reid spent so many years in the NFC with the Eagles.Hes been (producing) a playoff-type caliber team and organization (wherever hes been), said Payton, who is 3-1 against Reid, and I consider him a close friend.GROUND GAMESure, the Saints only ran for 63 yards against Carolina, and theyre averaging just 78 yards per game. But with such a dynamic pass attack, Payton is only looking for some consistency on the ground to keep defenses honest.I think each week you look at how they are playing, Payton said, and make your decision on how you want to win that game.WARE IT WELLThe Chiefs showed against Oakland that Spencer Ware will continue to be a big part of their offense even with Jamaal Charles back to speed. Ware ran for 131 yards and the Chiefs had 183 yards rushing, which took pressure off quarterback Alex Smith to lead the way.They all have different strengths, Smith said. Thats what you can get to, those guys feeding off each other.RISING ROOKIESaints wide receiver Michael Thomas, drafted in the second round out of Ohio State, doesnt figure to be as outspoken as his uncle, Keyshawn Johnson, in demanding the ball. He doesnt need to be, because Brees is already looking for him. Thomas leads with the Saints with 26 receptions, which ties with the Giants Sterling Shephard for the rookie lead. Thomas also has a TD catch in each of his last three games.Hes extremely confident and humble, Payton said, in a good way.TOUGH VENUEThere was a time in the 1990s and early 2000s when Arrowhead Stadium was arguably the toughest place to play in the NFL. After a few lean years, the holder of the Guinness world record for loudest outdoor stadium has its swagger back. The Chiefs have won eight straight there.Any time you can get into Arrowhead, it is tough for them to win. But in the end, we have to come out and compete, Chiefs center Mitch Morese said. 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