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Sullivan started well in France last week, with a first-round 68 leaving him tied for second.

The Englishman eventually fell away to finish T21, but he has now made the cut in 17 successive starts and placed inside the top 10 in four of his last six.

Sullivan was also inside the top three after the first round of the Sicilian Open in May, so it’d be no surprise if he’s at the top of the leaderboard at close of play this Thursday.


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Dunne is in great form, with four top-10 finishes in his last eight starts, and is a great each-way bet at Ballyliffin.

The Irishman is also a fantastic option for our first-round leader offer, thanks to his tendency to start fast on links courses.

He led the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in three successive years from 2015 to 2017, and is in good shape to do the same at his home tournament after shooting par or better in each of the last three rounds in France last week.


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Campillo is having a fine year, with eight top-15 finishes and five top-fives from 14 starts to date.

He’s coming off a T8 at last week’s Open de France, and was tied for second at the BMW International Open a fortnight ago before finishing 33rd.

Only Sullivan has made more birdies on the European Tour this year than the Spaniard, who is capable of putting together the kind of round required to top the leaderboard on the first day.

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