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REUTERS/Jason Reed MELBOURNE, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Australian-bred stayer Incentivise will look to cap a golden Spring have a peek here with victory in the A$8 million ($6 million) Melbourne Cup on Tuesday as the runaway favourite in "the race that stops the nation". The Peter Moody-trained gelding has captured the imagination of the sports-mad country, winning its last nine starts and blitzing the field in last month's 2,400-metre Caulfield Cup, a traditional formguide for the Cup. Incentivise's attraction has been boosted by the lack of international entrants in the world's richest two-mile handicap, with foreign stables shunning the race due to a combination of strict, new veterinary checks and COVID-19 logistical issues. Only two horses prepared outside Australia and New Zealand will be among the 24 at Flemington Racecourse, where a COVID-capped crowd of 10,000 will gather after last year's race won by Twilight Payment ran at a closed track due to the pandemic. Even in a weak field, victory for Incentivise (7/4) would be hard-earnt. The five-year-old, ridden by 2012 Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Brett Prebble, will carry equal-second weight of 57kg and jump from a wide barrier 16. "I think everyone’s been pretty surprised with the way he’s progressed, but we’re happy to put up with it,” said trainer Moody, famous for preparing unbeaten sprinter Black Caviar.

Philadelphia Eagles v Detroit Lions There is light at the end of the tunnel, however. It seems like the Lions finally have their head coach to get them out of this mess, they just need to acquire the talent needed to compete. The Red Wings have done a fantastic job of building through the draft and have already brought some excitement in 2021. Meanwhile, the Pistons broke the bad lottery luck streak and landed a potential superstar in Cade Cunningham. And lastly, the Tigers have acquired so many high draft picks that it seems like maybe they’re finally going to turn a new leaf in the next couple of years. That leads us to today’s Question of the Day... Which Detroit sports team is the closest to competing for a title? If I had to rank the teams in order of who has the best shot of winning a championship in the next five or six years, it would be as follows: This isn’t to say. I don’t believe in the Lions, because I think they are the furthest away based on talent.

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