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  1. 6 points
    Donna Vekic to beat Caroline Garcia at 2.22 with Pinnacle These odds are only set by ranking. Donna is playing good enough to win this match while Caroline hasn't played good tennis this hole season. Caroline may be ranked no.4 but has no ytd titles and has only passed the quarterfinals in two tournaments on clay so far. I think Donna is playing to good for Caroline now. Carolines ranking will drop if she can't defend her titles in Wuhan and Beijing and I doubt she can do that.
  2. 5 points
    Nikoloz Basilashvili to beat Ugo Humbert at 1.61 with Unibet Basilashvili a bit underrated once again I feel. The guy is seriously good, had a great match in the first round, and the only things that speak for Humbert are his youth and home conditions. He's got some serious talent, alright, but Nikoloz should be 1.40 here imo.
  3. 5 points
    Shakhtar to beat Hoffenheim at 2.00 bet365 Shaktar are starting their consecutive journey in CL. The Ukrainians were able to get 3 home wins last year in their group and even achieved a prestigious win against Man City (even though the English team played with their reserves). This year the aim will be the same to get out of the group. This game is must win. Shakhtar don't have real competition in the local league and have 5 consecutive wins in the league. From the other side, Hoffenheim started unconvincing with 2 losses from 3 games in Bundesliga. In addition, the Germans have problems with injured and doubtful players. The total number reaches 10 players which most certainly will not play with Kevin Vogt, Lukas Rupp, Amiri, Denis Geiger and others. Hoffenheim are new to CL with last year playing in EL and finishing last in their group. Based on everything written, I see value in home win. GL
  4. 5 points
    Mihail Youzhny to beat Mirza Basic at 1.91 with Ladbrokes Donna Vekic to beat Sloane Stephens at 3.00 with Ladbrokes Belinda Bencic to beat Garbine Muguruza at 3.00 with Paddy Power Alexandra Krunic (-3.5) to beat Viktorija Golubic at 1.90 with Bet365 Daria Gavrilova (-3.5) to beat Kristyna Pliskova at 1.98 with Pinnacle Going for quite a few bets in the first round, let's see what happens. Mirza Basic was as dreadful as expected against Nishioka, so I'm going to go against him once again. I also didn't like Pliskova and Golubic last week, while Krunic and Gavrilova had many good results in Asia in the past and have the form books to win these matches as well. And now the underdogs - Sloane Stephens had a truly dreadful Asian run after a good US Open and I wouldn't be surprised to see something similar again with her not being too interested after a good season. Vekic isn't a bad player by any stretch of imagination and she's beaten Sloane before. Meanwhile, Muguruza has been rather poor in recent times, her performance against Muchova in the US Open was just lifeless, for example, while Bencic is keen on playing after yet another injury break. At 3.00, I'm willing to give both Vekic and Bencic a shot.
  5. 5 points

    Doncaster Competition - Final Table

    Well done BH, Boulder and Suzy …….. thanks for the comp BH ! ……….
  6. 5 points
    Trends 9/10 Aged 4 or 5 We lose Lancelot Du Lac, Savalas, Marnie James, Encrypted, Abel Handy, Duke Of Firenze, Roundhay Park, Dougan, Wentworth Falls. 9/10 Drawn higher than 7 We lose Tis Marvellous, Golden Appollo, Muscika, The Daley Express, Powerallied. 8/10 Rated between 95-101 We lose Blue De Vega, Open Wide, Udontdodou, Holmeswood, Dakota Gold, El Hombre 17/21 Ran at least 4 times this season Both qualify Selections: 1pt EW A Momentofmadness 22/1 WHills 1pt EW Orvar 14/1 Laddies
  7. 4 points

    Non-League Predictions > September 22nd

    Hopefully we won't see a repeat of last Saturday again this season as it was a horrid afternoon. Eastbourne put in their worst performance of the season by a long way and to lose so heavily to a team with 10 men for so long was shocking. Anyway days like that happen in a season so hopefully this weekend I can be back in the money. The National League South/North sides enter the FA Cup this weekend and at this stage no one has priced up any of the matches yet. Should that change and should I fancy something then I will add to this post. It means only the National League has a full fixture list and there are 2 bets I like. Solihull Moors v Bromley Bromley have lost 3 games on the bounce now and they drew the game before so that is 4 without a win. To be fair they didn't play too badly against Salford last weekend and going down to 10 men would not have helped their cause. Manager Neil Smith didn't think it was a red card, but from what I saw on the highlights it seemed justified to me. They have played 5 games away from home and have picked up just two points. It could be argued as well that they have been slightly fortunate to get both as they were 2 down in both matches. Against Wrexham it was a 90th minute own goal and against Maidenhead they scored twice in injury time to pick up a draw. Their season so far has certainly backed up my pre-season thoughts that they would struggle to reach the heights of last season. Solihull on the other-hand have looked anything but relegation candidates, which they were short in the betting for. After 11 games they only sit outside of the play-offs on goal difference and although I had my doubts about Tim Flowers as a manager it is a case of so far so good. They were especially strong at home last season and that has carried on this time around. They are the only team to have beaten Wrexham this season and although they lost to Hartlepool 1-0 in their last home game there is nothing wrong with that give Hartlepool are yet to lose away from home. It might be a game of few goals given Solihull have scored 5 and conceded 3 at home so far this season, but they look in much better shape than their opponents and 29/25 with Marathon looks a good price about a home win. Sutton v Wrexham Sutton losing 4-0 to Boreham Wood on Tuesday night was one of the most surprising results of the season so far. Given Boreham Wood had only scored twice away from home prior to that and Sutton had on conceded twice twice at home it was not a scoreline anyone would have seen coming. It was Sutton's first loss of the season at home, but although they have beaten Salford at home this season, I do think they have generally been playing better away from home. It was interesting to read Paul Doswell's quotes after the draw against Halifax when he spoke about it being a poor game and that the players were struggling with the busy schedule. Given they have had to play an extra game than Wrexham that is not going to help them here. I really don't understand why Wrexham are as big as 14/5 with Bet365. The price is starting to go and I can see them going off no bigger than 2/1 come 3pm Saturday. Wrexham needed a goalscorer last season and they are now capable of scoring goals. They have 18 so far this season and they looked really good when beating Ebbsfleet 4-1 last Saturday. What is also big for them is the fact they have been really hard to score against and they have conceded just 5 times. They look genuine title contenders and although I do expect some sort of response from Sutton I think Werxham will have too much for them and the price looks massive. Solihull Moors 2.5pts @ 29/25 with Marathon Wrexham 2.5pts 14/5 with Bet365 FA Cup So Bet365 have priced up some of the FA Cup games. Why they have chosen these over the others I have no idea. BetVictor I think might be pricing more up, but I can't bet with them so haven't looked at what they have done. Acca Usually I avoid acca's, but the FA Cup does lend itself to them as you get some complete mis-matches. I have had a bit of success with them over the years and I have come up with a 7 team acca that pays just over 5/1 with Bet365. All the teams are at home apart from the first one Torquay. Lymington couldn't believe their luck when they drew Torquay and after beating Lydney in a replay they get their big day. This game is on the BBC website, but it really should be a one sided affair especially with Gary Johnson not wanting a bad result in just his 2nd game in charge. City Of Liverpool have only lost 1 league game, but it is hard to see them causing Chester too many problems. Chippenham should be able to see off Swindon Supermarine and unbeaten Chorley shouldn't have any issues getting past Leek. Hampton & Richmond are flying at the moment and face a poor side in Burgess Hill who have yet to win in the league this season. Kidderminster could easily put a few past Step 6 side Atherstone Town. Finally Wealdstone should have too much for Great Wakering Rovers. The other reason I like betting on the FA Cup is you get some big priced shocks, but nothing really appeals in this round so it will just be the acca. Torquay, Chester, Chippenham, Chorley, Hampton & Richmond, Kidderminster & Wealdstone 1pt acca @ 5.17/1 with Bet365
  8. 4 points

    Naps - Wednesday Sept 19th

    Knight Errant 4:20 Sandown Park 5/1 @ Bet365
  9. 4 points
    Reading (2.78 with betfair) to beat Norwich. The Norwich head coach Daniel Farke has just given an injury bulletin, and to say Norwich will be entering this match with an injury crisis is almost an understatement! Already, Norwich we’re without captain and best defender Grant Hanley. Along with important midfielders Thompson and McLean. Now, to add to that, Marshall is now sidelined, along with Pinto and Stiepermann who produced a great game on Saturday is a major doubt. However, the one big major blow is that of Onel Hernandez. If Player of the season was awarded now, he would win it by a landslide. He has been something of a revelation, and is now sidelined for the next 5 games with a hernia. Norwich will be going into this game with Reading with a real threadbare side, with teenagers (albeit decent) filling both full back spots, and real holes in midfield and no pace in attack. Reading have come off the back of an impressive win at Preston and represent cracking value at 2.78, which cannot be ignored imo.
  10. 4 points
    Barca v PSV: Probably the easiest to call, Barca and over 3.5 goals at 8/11 makes sense. PSV on fire in Dutch league but no comparison to La Liga but may contribute to the scoring, but Barca can score 4 anyway. Inter v Tottenham: Spurs loss of form and making costly mistakes is a bad sign going to the San Siro to lock horns with a ‘storied’ club from the past eager to test themselves at this level again. Keeping it simple with a draw no bet on Inter at around Evens. Club Brugge v B. Dortmund: Dortmund back in form and should win here despite Brugge killing it in the Belgian league, again chalk and cheese with the Bundesliga. 8/11 on Dortmund win. Galatasaray v Lokomotiv Moscow: Gala at a shade under Evens is the bet, with the wealth of experience at this level and the home advantage. Liverpool v PSG: Needs no explanation, two rampant attacks, btts and over 2.5 goals at 4/6 is a Nap/Lock. Monaco v Atletico Madrid: 8/11 for the away win as Monaco has lost many star players and Atletico are wiley old campaigners. Red Star Belgrade v Napoli: Odds a bit low on the away win, so not bet for me. Red Star an unknown quantity at this level and lack of supporters in the ground is another confounding variable. Schalke v Porto: Another tricky call, if pushed Btts at 3/4 might be a play. Ajax v AEK Athens: AEK have already dumped Celtic out but a rampant Ajax side with a mixture of youth and experience is a step too far so chancing -1.5 AH at 6/5. Shakhtar v Hoffenheim: Not the Shakhtar of old when they were super competitive at this level, makes this a tricky call. On balance no bet, even both teams to score is a bit short. Benfica v Bayern Munich: Bayern are built to challenge in this competition perennially and are strong enough to get the job done away to a Benfica side far from convincing lately, 4/9. Man City v Lyon: When Man City are motivated they can score for fun and Lyon are susceptible at the back whilst able to also contribute to the scoring so Man City and over 3.5 goals at around Evens. Real Madrid v Roma: Real live and breathe the Champions league and will again try to create history despite the loss of CR7. They will be focussed and too much for a Roma side leaky and inconsistent. -1.5 AH on Real at a shade under Evens. Valencia v Juventus: Again a side built for the champions league and destined to go very deep, will be too strong for a disappointing Valencia side, so straight win on Juve at 4/5. Viktoria Plzen v CSKA Moscow: A slight lean to the home side but too many unknowns so no bet. Young Boys v Man Utd: When focussed Utd are a decent team but more leaky at the back than recent seasons so a high scoring Young Boys team can get on the score sheet. Btts at 4/5 is therefore preferred to the Utd win (3/4).
  11. 4 points
    1.50 – William Hill Portland Handicap Cl2 5f140y 15/16 – Carried 8-12 or more (14 to 21) 14/16 – Won over 6f before (3,9) 13/16 – Had run 5 or more times that season 13/16 – Came from a double-figure stall (1,5,11) 12/16 – Winner rated between 95 and 101 (2,10,12,13) 11/16 – Won 4 or more times in their career 11/16 – Run at Doncaster previously (8) No.6 is a non runner, which leaves us with Amomentofmadness 2 Pts ew @ 25\1 (6 places 1/5) WHill Orvar 2 Pts ew @ 18\1 (6 places 1\5 ) Paddy Power
  12. 4 points
    That's opened it up a bit! Well done to Andy on winning leg 2 We'll continue with our PLO experiment as no strong views expressed and so far numbers have been maintained. Leg 3 set up as PLO with 5000 chips as previously
  13. 4 points
    Bottom 2 last week become top 2 this week (Bottom 4 to top 3 even). Gotta love the variance train, choo choo! No doubting who was in the drivers seat, stoking the coals, changing points to max town this week (don't worry, the puns will run out soon, honest they will). Well played Andy, played it right down the line (it's an illness I tannoy you not, I'm trying to halt !), the signals were there from departure, fares fare, he conducted himself impeccably to a hugely well deserved win. Wagons roll for the next 2 games. < End of the line!
  14. 3 points
    Middlesbrough vs Swansea Before the season started both Middlesbrough and Swansea were being tipped to be in the promotion hunt in the Championship. As we come into this fixture between the two clubs for a 3pm kick-off tomorrow afternoon at the Riverside, things are on schedule for Tony Pulis and his side but it's starting to unravel for Graham Potter's men. Middlesbrough currently sit in 2nd place in the table on 17 points with 5 wins, 2 draws, and just 1 loss from their 8 league games so far. It has been a progressive campaign for the Boro so far with 11 goals scored and only 3 conceded. Even more impressively, Pulis has not seen his team concede a single goal at home. That is over 360 minutes of league football at the Riverside without a goal let in. Swansea started the season well with 2 wins and 2 draws from their first 4 league matches. Unfortunately, as we predicted on here, as the season has progressed things have gotten harder. Injuries have set in. Players are getting worked out by the opposition. Tactics aren't quite going to plan. The lack of depth in the squad is now hitting home. The owners were warned by the fans and management. Clearly they didn't heed these warnings. It's now just 1 win in their last 6 league games in a run of results that has seen them drop to 10th in the table. The problem for the Swans is a lack of goals. Just 7 goals scored in 8 league matches. Only Ipswich, Birmingham, and Rotherham have conceded less in the Championship. Potter's side have also failed to score in their last 185 minutes of league football. Take out Oliver McBurnie's 4 league goals this season and their situation could be a lot worse. These are two teams experiencing contrasting fortunes. Middlesbrough seem destined to return to the Premier League sooner or later. Pulis has built a solid squad based on a tight back-line. They have kept six clean sheets already this season and I wouldn't be surprised if they kept another here in a workmanlike victory. Conservative betting from me here but I was tempted to go Boro to win to nil and total goals scored under 1.5. I'll kick myself if that comes in now. Middlesbrough to Win @ 1.73 with BetVictor Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.68 with MarathonBet
  15. 3 points

    Doncaster Competition - Final Table

    Final Table Thanks the the trends thread I managed to find a 25/1 winner as did Boulder who scored on all four days. Crazy Suzy held on for a place with two winners on the last day. Thanks to all those that entered, I am going to try and organise one for the Jumps as Christmas time Both Suzy and I have Mug/Pen set so will offer those to: (along with Boulder) @The SecretJockey and @Gallop Spy who finished with over 30pts on their debut's in the competition. Prizes: £60 Billyhills £25 Boulder5111 £15 CrazySuzy Can all winners send their Paypal details, PL name and prize being claimed to team@punterslounge.com Table
  16. 3 points
    Queens park manager gus McPherson away to st mirren. Edinburgh are on fire and don't concede many. Queen's struggle to score a lot of goals. 9/5 for Edinburgh is good value
  17. 3 points

    Naps - Wednesday Sept 19th

    5.35 Beverley - Lily Ash @ 7/2 SkyBet
  18. 3 points
    CSKA win @ 3.75 is too high in my opinion, throwing some money at that. Value in Valencia - Juve X @ 3.50 too. BTTS probably safer.
  19. 3 points
    Benfica - Bayern has its own glory, as two big clubs are fighting each other, with the Bavarians, of course, showing favorites. A nice team is the Portuguese and we will prefer to score SL BENFICA vs FC BAYERN MUNICH @@ Both team to score, odds 1.75 Excellent aggressive lines the two teams will give everything to win and I expect an open game with many goals CF VALENCIA vs JUVENTUS TURIN @@ +2.50 Over, odds 1.90
  20. 3 points
    My pick is from ATP Metz, R1. Peter Gojowczyk is #45 and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga is #71. Gojowczyk didn’t have good results during the clay season due to some physical issues. But, he’s better now and this tournament is on hard indoor, which is his best surface. He won here last year, so he'll try to repeat it. Tsonga had a serious injury in Feb and is really far from playing the way he used to, it will be hard for him to face a more intense player. Gojowczyk to win @ 1.740 with Pinnacle.
  21. 3 points
    In a very good game, the two teams score at will at the games of the championship. I expect a game open with many goals and phases, in front of the two goalspot LIVERPOOL FC vs PARIS SAINT GERMAIN @@ +2.50 Over, odds 1.45 Without a win, Schalke in the German league has only defeated so far in three games, Porto is an experienced team, we will support the best team, get the victory FC SCHALKE 04 vs FC PORTO @@ FC PORTO, odds 2.80 Both teams are looking for a positive result to get over them as they come from defeats that have thrown them on the morale. We are essentially expecting their reaction and at least betting on scoring once in the game INTER MILANO vs TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR @@ Both team to score, odds 1.75
  22. 3 points
    Ticket is won. Ptofit: 23.3 units
  23. 3 points
    Alright then.. Crvena zvezda - Napoli So Red Star Belgrade,Rotern Stern or Stella Rossa di Belgrado is back where it`s belong - in top European competition. It's little strange that journey took so long,but there you go. Better late than ever i guess. In the first match of the group stage we will face Napoli, runners-up of the two consecutive seasons in Serie A. A very strong team that you know quite a lot about so I will not waste my time writing too much about them. Match will be played in amazing atmosphere. Tickets are sold out for all three home matches so the Rajko Mitic Stadium will be packed with fans. The match will be attended by members of the Zvezda`s golden generation who won the Champions Cup in 1991 such as Dejan Savicevic,Robert Prosinecki, Sinisa Mihajlovic, Vladimir Jugovic,Darko Pancev etc. So it`s going to be quite a spectacle. The team is looking good,still without a defeat in season. In play-off round of qualifications we knocked-out Salzburg with 2-2 aggregate result on aways goals with both of my picks (Crvena zvezda AH2 +1 and CZ to qualify) winners. It is very important to mention that we finally have all players available. Lorenzo Ebicillio is back from injury,so is Jonathan Cafu who we signed from Bordeaux. On the last day of transfer window we lost Nemanja Radonjic who went to Olimpique Marseille, but we bought three very good players - Causic, Boakye and Marin (former German internarional and former Chelsea player). All three of them are expected to start tomorrow. In particular, the return of Boakye is a significant reinforcement because Zvezda has stuggled a bit upfront. I saw Napoli in couple of occasions in this season. Even though they didn't change their squad at all i feel that they are in some kind of transition under new coach,legendary Carlo Ancelotti,trying to adopt to his ideas and football philosophy. Their backline look a little bit shaky and in this i see some chance for us to keep a tie tight and maybe even avoid a defeat,altough Napoli is stronger side with more quality. Initially i was going for AH1 (+2/+1,5) because i think this will be much closer than odds suggest,but odds has dropped significantly so i`ll try with more risky pick. Crvena zvezda to score over 0,5 team goals @1,85 With Boakye,Marin,Ben&co. i think we have enough firepower to score at least one goal. GL!
  24. 3 points

    Naps - Monday Sept 17th

    6.00 kempton padura brave 66/1 ew pp
  25. 3 points
    Be careful here, Schalke lost key midfielders Max Meyer and Leon Goretzka in the summer and have started badly in the Bundesliga this season with 3 defeats from 3 games. I don't think you should back a team just because it's in a superior league either, Porto are no muggs and if anything have underachieved in UCL in recent seasons. On the flipside, one of Porto's main weapons are crosses in the box, balls over the top and set-pieces. Naldo and Salif Sane (Schalke's centre-backs) are pretty good at dealing with this sort of thing as they are physically strong and very good in the air. If Schalke then also play a low block it can help negate the pace of Marega and Aboubakar (Porto's strikers). I think odds are fairly well set in this game, Porto +0.50 line is currently 1.52; I would want 1.70 before getting involved or Schalke's main CB's would have to be unavailable to take away team on +0.25 line at current prices. At the moment it's a no bet for me.
  26. 3 points

    Doncaster Competition - Final Table

    Yay! Well done BH and all the other winners
  27. 3 points

    Doncaster Competition - Final Table

    Congrats to the winners of this fun competition. And @BillyHills : Thanks for organizing
  28. 3 points
    Very Unlucky Suzy and i was just in the middle of making a nice frame for the living area wall Well done G' and who would ever begrudge You of a nice victory, the cream always rises to the top as they say Well done those in profit and the members that took home some wages He's called Sir Ryan Moore for a reason Yaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!
  29. 3 points
    thanks Trotter and massive thanks (and congrats) to BH, Well done Suzy too
  30. 3 points
    Phew just made it Spurs 1 Liverpool 2. Again I actually think it could be Liverpools year and it kills me to say that, but the keeper looks decent and the defence is amongst the strongest, I think they will come away with a win here despite I think going a goal behind FIRST GOALSCORER: SON 17/2 WITH BET VICTOR Bournemouth 2 Leicester 2. Quite a tough one to call this so I have gone for a pretty high scoring draw, Think both these teams will be more than safe this term and thus allow them to attack at will against each other in their belief they will pick up points against "easier" opponents FIRST GOALSCORER: JOSHUA KING 13/2 WITH BET 365 AND 10BET Chelsea 3 Cardiff 0. Read something interesting this week that this is one of the games Cardiff will essentially give up as in they will expect to lose, found that shocking, and quite unbelievable no pro team will write off games like that, clearly they are underdogs but they will fight, just like they did against Arsenal, however Chelsea will be too strong and end up with a comfortable scoreline FIRST GOALSCORER:MARCOS ALONSO 11/1 WITH BOYLESPORTS Huddersfield 1 Palace 1. Expected myself to give this one to Palace to be honest but found myself drawn to the draw, Palace sadly are not even half the side without Zaha who expects to play today, however I think Huddersfield will be looking to get all 3 points here, but Palace will hit on counter attack and go 1 up FIRST GOALSCORER: BENTEKE (HE'S GOT TO SOON) 6/1 WITH SPORTING BET MAN CITY 4 FULHAM 2. Jeez what am I saying may have lost the plot on this a little, City have had 2 blips (or 2 blips for them) but they will come through this game relatively comfortably but I do see Fulham scoring a couple FIRST GOALSCORER: AGUERO 40/17 WITH UNIBET AND 888SPORT NEWCASTLE 2 ARSENAL 1. Now I really have bumped my head, but I think Newcastle will look at Arsenal as one of the big sides they can beat at least at home, and they won't play that horrific style they adopted against Chelsea earlier in the season, Arsenalon the other hand will be expecting to win and this may be quite an open game FIRST GOALSCORER: RONDON 8/1 WITH BET365, BOYLESPORTS, 10BET AND SPORTPESA WATFORD 2 MAN UNITED 2. Watford will still be high after beating Spurs and remaining unbeaten, I think they will go at United and I see the game swinging this way and that, I think United will take the lead, Watford will edge in front and the the equaliser and both teams settling for a point a piece FIRST GOALSCORER: LINGARD 17/2 WITH SPORTING BET WOLVES 2 BURNLEY 0. Again Wolves will definitely be seeing this as a game they should be winning, and their squad is more than capable, Burnley are having that usual Europa League/Premier League combination struggles, however being out of the Europa now can only help, however I don't see their season getting on track here FIRST GOALSCORER: JOTA 28/5 WITH MARATHON BET EVERTON 2 WEST HAM 0. I can't see West Hams season getting going ere, Everton are tough organised and now playing decent football especially at home, West Hams woes continue and I have said before trying to gel all those new signings is never easy, If West Ham can get through this season they may be a dark horse for europe next year FIRST GOALSCORER: NIASSE 6/1 WITH BET 365, 10BET AND SPORTPESA SOUTHAMPTON 2 BRIGHTON 2. Southampton one of my tips to go down, but they will be buoyed by their victory at Palace and in this south coast derby I see an end to end game, Think Brighton may even go 2 up and the Saints will fight back, do I ever predict a 0-0 anywhere? I don't think I have yet FIRST GOALSCORER: MURRAY 15/2 WITH BET365, 10BET AND SPORTPESA Sit back everyone and enjoy the weekend. My predictions don't reflect my result wishes, so come on Cardiff, Spurs and Fulham
  31. 2 points
    So here we go again, got off to a great start last week with Liverpool winning 2-1 as predicted, went badly off the rails in between But getting some respectability with the 2-2 draw at st mary's Fulham 1 Watford 1. I don't think the wheels have quite come off Watfords season as I heard a few experts say their season may unravel after the defeat to United, this will be a tough one for the likes of Watford whom Fulham will be confident of taking 3 points from the game, however I see a score draw here as the likely outcome. 1-1 IS 6/1 WITH Bet365, sportingbet, BET VICTOR, & BETSTARS Burnley 1 Bournemouth 2. I see Burnley continuing to struggle in this one, Bournemouth are off to a reasonable start and I see them edging this by the odd goal in three, 1-2 10/1 WITH Bet365 Cardiff 1 Man City 2. What a tough start for Cardiff and I don't see them getting anything from this although they should take great heart from the performance at Stamford Bridge, I don't see City spanking Cardiff and City are kind of stuttering for them, but I do see City having to much and will see it out. 1-2 43/4 WITH 10BET AND SportPesa Crystal Palace 2 Newcastle 1. Finding this tough to call as at some point I expect Newcastle to get their season off and running, however Palace will definitely be fancying this one, and the eagles supporters are sometimes like an extra man and I think that will edge them over the line. 2-1 9/1 WITH Bt365 LEICESTER 2 HUDDERSFIELD 1. Think the foxes will edge this one, despite being well beaten at Bournemouth last week, Huddersfield are truly stuttering and I think Leicesters street smarts will get then through this one, confidence is an amazing thing and the terriers have not a ;lot of that at the moment. 2-1 17/2 Bet365, BETVICTOR, BETSTARS, 10BET & SportPesa LIVERPOOL 3 SOUTHAMPTON 0. No Joy for the Saints here as Liverpool will continue their impressive start to the season with a comfortable victory here, I say it every week but Liverpools attacking threat will be way to much for Southampton, and this will be easy. 3-0 27/4 sportingbet Man United 2 Wolves 1. I know Wolves are not off to the start a lot of people expected, but myself I have been quite impressed with them and Uniteds lack of creativity could see this one being quite close especially as I expect Wolves to just go for it and they have the pace and power to give Uniteds defence a headache or two, however I see United being a tad too strong and on the back of their 3 consecutive victories I see another 3 points here. 2-1 8/1 BETSTARS & SportPesa BRIGHTON 1 SPURS 3. Something seems to be a miss at Spurs and I like Brighton at home though strangely I think Spurs will get a comfortable win here based on the fact I think Brighton may think Spurs are vulnerable and go for it and get punished for being too adventurous. 1-3 14/1 Bet365 WEST HAM 2 CHELSEA 2. WAIT, WHAT? Yup I think West Ham will get something from this game, Chelsea are going well and will be confident but West Ham can cause a problem or two, I wxpect the Hammers to ride the Chelsea storm and sneak a lucky draw. 2-2 14/1 Bet365, BETFRED, BETSTARS & 188BET Arsenal 2 Everton 0. Arsenal seem to be settling into life after Wenger now and I think they will win this one with a clean sheet but maybe with a bit more discomfort than the result suggest, Everton are neither here or there to be honest and don't seem to have any patter or real leadership within, 2-0 37/4 10BET & SportPesa This is really enjoyable folks keep up the good work
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    West Brom vs Millwall The final Championship preview of this weekend focuses on the match-up between West Brom and Millwall in a 3pm kick-off at the Hawthorns. These two teams are looking at opposite ends of the table and, for different reasons, will be hoping they can get a victory here. West Brom have really started to announce themselves as promotion contenders this season. Darren Moore's side lost their opening game of the season at home to Bolton. Since then they have lost just 1 of their following 7 league matches to rise up to 4th in the table on 14 points. A relentless clinical element in front of goal has helped to see them storm to victories this season. The Baggies have now scored 20 goals this season including hitting four or more on three separate occasions this season. It's a good job because they haven't kept a clean sheet so far this season. Things have been a bit more negative for Millwall. After almost reaching the playoffs last season, Neil Harris's side will have had ambitions for similar progress this season. It's not happened so far and fans have become critical of their side's displays including a poor 2-1 loss at home to 10 men Swansea. The Lions started the season well enough with 2 draws and 1 win but form then dropped off. Since then, the East London club have drawn 1 and lost 4 of their next 5 league games. They have only scored 3 goals during that run of matches as well. That has left them in 21st position on just 6 points. This is a game where I can't imagine West Brom failing to win. Moore is getting his team settled and they are a threat whenever they come forward. Millwall's away record has seen them fail to win this season and they've only scored 1 goal on the road. They'll need all the luck they can get here. West Brom to Win @ 1.75 with William Hill West Brom HT/FT @ 2.90 with BetVictor
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    Results NR, Won 1/3, Won 8/1 EW, 4th 10/1 EW, Won 6/1 Stakes: 80pts Returns: 170.83pts Totals: + 1418.46pts Day off tomorrow, 3 meetings on Saturday
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    MOL Vidi - BATE Vidi Stadium will be build new, so they played Euro Games at the Puskas Stadium, but for today they have to played in Budapest - in Staidum of Ferencvaros. So blow for me here. Also bad Results and bad Form from Vidi Players - Rooster is in my Opinion to old - so they are not fresh enough. Also there best Striker Lazovic retired from now and so there will be missing his best Player. Also Huszti are missing. For me Value def. on BATE Side. BATE AHC0 @ 2.00 5/10 bet365
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    Naps - Thursday Sept 20th

    5.20 Ayr - Handsome Bob 25/1 Betfair
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    Naps - Wednesday Sept 19th

    5:45 Kelso → Cubomania @3.25
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    Naps - Wednesday Sept 19th

    14:30 Yarmouth: Royal Meeting @ 11/8 Bet365
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    Naps - Wednesday Sept 19th

    1.40pm Sandown 1pt Saaheq 11/8 BetFred
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    Peter Gojowczyk (-1.5 sets) to beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at 2.88 with Paddypower Peter should be able to take this in straight sets. Jo has been gone for too long and therefore I think he will struggle with his shots in the long run. He might hold his serve for a tie-break but in the end I don't even think this match will be interesting.
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    Vekic delivered, good. Alexandra Krunic to beat Christina McHale at 1.74 with Unibet Going with Krunic again for nearly the same reasons as when I backed her against Goljubic. McHale has been quite poor all year long, while Krunic has now broken the bad streak and has some truly competitive form + good memories from previous Asian tours.
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    Natural strategy

    For today I found 10. Stoke - Swansea 2 @ 4.52 11. WBA - Bristol 2 @ 4.27 12. Dresden - Hamburg 2 @ 2.36 The odds are pretty big but can be played with a small handicap also if you are not comfortable with that. On the other hand don-t be afraid of odds. They are just the other users opinion about the probability to happen the event and their opinion is not necessary the best one, especially when there is a large majority. In betting, one of the best thing can happen is to be "on the other side". I am working to find a similar strategy for Home win and for the next weekend will start, in the same thread, the same strategy but for Home win market. Away win strategy seems decent until now.. but I have to take care because the number of games is very small and the temptations are extremely big ...:)
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    Nice work @DonPaulo That's the kind of creative thinking you need to make profits in Serie A - a tough betting league.
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    Congratulations BH, Boulder and Suzy
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    Non-League Predictions > September 15th

    I’m still hopeful Barnet can be contenders. They have a lot of injuries at the moment and it was probably the wrong time for them to go to orient. Having said that I’m sort of thinking that it might be a two season job for Still. Wrexham’s key thing is they are scoring goals now which was their downfall last season. I’d be surprised if Harrogate stayed there but then everyone said that about Macclesfield last season. Fylde look dangerous but they need to win more away from home.
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    Top spots with one race left
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    Division 4 - Week 6 Selections

    Spurs v Liverpool (2) @ 2.45 Chelsea v Cardiff (1) @ 1.16 Notts Co v Stevenage O2.5 goals @ 2.0 £50 treble please.
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    Maidstone vs Harrogate (2) asians -0.25 1.77 1pt Maidstone were woeful and as anyone who saw, Salford should have won by more Harrogate to continue their good run. Leyton Orient vs Barnet (1) 2.17 1pt Barnet still has a number of missings, Leyton Orient were unlucky not to have won vs Halifax, and at home, I think they can win this.
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    Plymouth vs Blackpool The first preview of this week's games is a controversial one because I'm going against what a lot of the factors are suggesting. It's the Plymouth versus Blackpool kick-off from Home Park at 3pm on Saturday. Both sides have their problems but there's value to be had here. Plymouth have had a torrid start to the season with three draws and four defeats from their opening 7 league games. This has left Derek Adams and his side languishing at the bottom of the League One table. It's not the start to the campaign the Pilgrims envisioned. A summer of comings and goings at the club has meant that the new look squad has not gelled quickly. This has not only seen Plymouth score just 2 goals in their last 5 games but has also meant that they have suffered heavy defeats in the form of a 5-1 loss at home to Peterborough and a 3-0 defeat away to Portsmouth. Morale is low at the club right now. However, due to the Pilgrims starting slowly last year as well, only to be bailed out by a superb run of results after November, there is hope they can do it again. It's a dangerous game though. Blackpool's dire situation continues. The Oyston family remain clinging onto power like desperate tyrants that are grasping at straws to stay afloat. How on earth the Football League and FA haven't stepped in because it's clear they are killing the club. Fans are staying away, the atmosphere around the place is toxic, and it seems like it's only a matter of time before the worst case scenario happens. That being said, the players continue to do the business on the pitch. The Seasiders are 9th in League One with just one defeat in the league all season. This has come against a backdrop of continued discontent and disruption with former manager Gary Bowyer departing the club after just one game and being replaced by Terry McPhillips. McPhillips has done a great job at keeping form stable. There are a couple of key points here that are making me want to back a Blackpool result. Blackpool have drawn all three away games 0-0 this season. They know how to keep a tight back-line on the road. They are just lacking a goal at the other end and it's only a matter of time before that happens. Could it happen against an Argyle side that conceded 5 at their place just a couple of weeks ago? The head-to-head is also an eye-opener. Blackpool have an incredible record at Home Park. That's particularly impressive given the fact that it's a 640 mile round trip between the clubs. The Seasiders haven't lost an away game to Plymouth since 26th April, 2008. That's a record of four straight wins at Home Park. I should add that in those four games Blackpool scored 10 and conceded just 2. I'm reluctant to back an away side in the previews but I just feel there is a siege mentality amongst the players at Blackpool right now. As the club falls apart around them they have this desire to just keep doing their business. Meanwhile, at Plymouth, the panic has yet to set in after last season's turn in form. A lot of their fans still feel it's a typical poor start. They don't seem concerned that they are bottom of the table. This naive apathy will surely filter through to the players. Blackpool Draw No Bet @ 1.76 with MarathonBet Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.80 with Ladbrokes @Papa Lazarou, @freestylerx, @allyhibs, @iBetting, @betcatalog, @Magic0024, @malabgd, @kulikTS, @golakeh1, @Unnamed, @willie82, @dogmeister, @TheEdge, @JJG, @allthethings, @Mindfulness, @the bastardian, @teddybear3011, @Marek76, @salmonman, @Unnamed, @mij0sim, @harry_rag, @jazzman02, @Bobby Vegas, @Teodore, @Tiffy, @nenri981, and @sajtion. what do you guys think of this preview? Any bets you're going for yourself?