Help with importing a web page into an excel 2019 spreadsheet

gsdanger

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Good Day all,
I haven't posted on this forum for a while. However, when I have posted on this forum, I have always gained untold assistance and understanding from the members. For this, I thank you all.
I have a problem that is doing my head in.!!!
I know it's usually easy to import a web page into an excel spreadsheet, as I have done this on numerous occasions.
However, I have encountered a problem with this process recently when I try to import a web page into my excel 2019 spreadsheet.
If you aren't aware, I am a horse racing enthusiast who has built a few interactive spreadsheets pertaining to race horse form analysis and ratings. All things have been going along well, until I
tried to import the following web page:
This web page gives live odds updates for each race on the day, and is dynamic in that it is updated each day with the days races and prices of each individual race in today's venues.
When I attempt to import this web page, using the Data/From Web option within excel, I manage to arrive at the navigation page, where the web page data is displayed in
Kind Name Children Text
Element HTML Table null

From here I get lost, as these options don't seem to assist me in importing the web page.
All I want to do is to import this web page into an excel spreadsheet.

I need any assistance you guys (gurus) can give me as I'm not sure what to do to resolve this problem.

Thank you in anticipation of your assistance.

Kind regards...
 

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