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score more points than one's opponents

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Colman, 19, at light welterweight, had to be busy to outscore the capable Hynes, but the Bilton boxer looked sharper and had a good final round where he scored with straight eye-catching punches - which earned him the unanimous decision of the judges.
A better value option, though, is CARLOS RODILES at 7-4 to outscore Steve Webster and Alvaro Quiros-Garcia.
Totesport also quote Everton's Tim Cahill at 5-4 to outscore 4-7 Frank Lampard this season in a battle between two of the most prolific midfield scorers in the top flight, while Didier Drogba is long odds-on to overhaul a two-goal deficit and outscore the Premiership's other in-form African striker, Kanu of Portsmouth.
Either way, Ballack looks a value punt to outscore Lampard at 13-8.
They couldn't be wronger about Tonga, so tarry no longer and lump on your wonga at 5-6 that they outscore Wilko.
IT could be worth taking a chance on West Indies to outscore Pakistan in the first 15 overs in the ICC Champions Trophy semi-final at the Rose Bowl today, writes Ed Hawkins.
If there were a similar vote to the one held by the Racing Post in the next ten or 20 years in which the people's favourite music stars were voted for, does he really believe The Darkness would outscore The Beatles, or perhaps Gareth Gates would outscore Elvis and maybe even Will Young would outscore Buddy Holly?
Bet365 rate Nugent 4-6 to outscore Kamara this season, and the England man is 7-4 with Betfred to be Pompey's leading marksman.
AUSTRALIA should not be 12-16 favourites to outscore Sri Lanka in the first 15 overs in the first one-day match in Dambulla early tomorrow, writes Ed Hawkins.
One is for Michael Owen to outscore Defoe; the other for Owen to outscore Ruud van Nistelrooy.