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Bobby Vegas

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Bobby Vegas last won the day on August 9 2018

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  1. Will also do a four fold of my most confident selections;- Wimbledon vs Coventry Blackpool vs Portsmouth Carlisle vs Northampton Forest Green vs Oldham Pays 69/1 with Bet365.
  2. As well as doing the singles above I will no doubt cover some of these in accumulators. Will probably include Mansfield who travel to Yeovil having taken their best player, Otis Khan, in the summer. Both teams should be at opposite ends of the table and the 21/20 on general for an away win is fairly accruate.
  3. Morecambe are normally a team I back t get relegated each year. They generally start the season well and then find themselves fihting for survival cme the end of the season. If Saturday's 6-0 loss at Crewe is anything to go by, they're not even going to start this season well. I do however think they've recruited well during the summer and whilst I dont expect them to be troubling the top of the table, I do think they could do well. I read somewhere that Jim Bentley's record as Morecambe manager since 2011 in August was something like played 38, won 19. that is some record and does back up the fact that they start seasons well. Exeter are a team in transition after Paul Tisdale's summer departure so that alone makes them an unknown in some respects. They won comfortably at the weekend but I just like Marathon's 3.38 for the home side.
  4. Blackpool's odds have drifted sincethe news that Gary Bowyer left as manager earlier in the week. That will be a big loss for them and is a reason why I think they will struggle against relegation this season. Along with that they've lost good players in Kyle Vassell, Clark Robertson and Colin Daniel and not replaced with the same quality. Portsmouth have kept pretty much the same team as last season and if Ronan Curtis can have an impact then I expect to see the right at the top of the table this season. By all accounts they were fortuante to win against Luton but Blackpool aren't as good as them. BetWay's 8/5 on a Pompey win is probably still on the right side of value for me.
  5. Other teams I like. Accrington have the potential to beat a Bristol Rovers team that hasn't improved a great deal on last season's squad. In fact the loss of Ellis Harrison to Ipswich makes them weaker. I wacthed the Accrington loss to Gillingham last week and Gillingham were well worthy of their win however, Accrington will prove a tough team to beat this season and even with the loss of Kayden Jackson, I like the look of the 7/2 on offer for them against a Bristol Rovers team that I expect to be mid table.
  6. Carlisle vs Northampton also sees two teams competing that I expect to be at opposite ends of the table come May. There were big changes at Carlisle in the summer with Keith Curle leaving as well as a number of decent players, a large number of these have gone to L2 teams so it shows the qualiy of these. They are another team where I struggle to see where the goals will come from. Northampton have kept a large number of their team from last year. I class this as a positive as I like the look of these players. They were unlucky losing to Lincoln last weekend conceding from Lincoln's only real chance. They've got options up front in Andy Williams, Kevin Van Veen and Junior Morias should make the trip. They've got an excellent midfield in John Joe O'Toole, Matt Crooks and Shaun McWilliams. McWilliams might miss out but they do have the likes of Sam Foley and Jack Bridge on the bench. Overall they have a good team and given their performance last week, I fancy them here at a best price of 2.9 with SportingBet.
  7. Forest Green's odds have drifted to a now best price of 2.64 (SportingBet). I think these current odds represent good value for a Foest green team that boast one of the best strike forces in the division in Reuben Reid, Christian Doidge and Dayle Grubb. They've also made some good signings in Liam Shepherd and Carl Winchester so look a far stronger team this season. They boast a far stronger team than they did in January so would expect the to be up around the play offs this season. Oldham on the other hand look like they are going in the other direction. I'm not sure why their odds have shortened as I cant see any transfer news about them. I actually expect them to struggle this season and wouldnt be surprised to see them in a relegation battle, largely because of their inability to score goals. FG come off the back of an impressive 4-1 win at Grimsby and I expect them to keep that momentum going.
  8. Surprised to see Wimbledon as short as they are considering they are tipped by most to have a poor season. They got a decent result at Fleetwood last weekend but it's still too early to gauge at what level Fleetwood are at under Joey Barton. Can only assume the odds are a reaction to last week's results. Personally I was expecting Coventry to be no higher than 11/5 and have already taken the 3.8 that was on offer with Marathon yesterday. You can still get 3.74 with them which imo represents good value.
  9. Forest Green to win @ 4.8 Plymouth to win @ 5.5 7pt double please
  10. Everton to win @ 5.50 Burnley to win @ 7.00 Leicester to win @ 4.60 2.5pt treble please
  11. Sunderland to win @ 8.5 West Ham to win @ 6.5 5pt double please
  12. Everton to win @ 1.83 Wolves to win @ 1.8 Gillingham to win @ 2.25 10pt treble please
  13. Blackburn to win @ 1.8 Bradford to win @ 2.8 Mansfield to win @ 1.73 10pt treble please
  14. Tottenham to win @ 2.75 Blackburn to win @ 1.91 Mansfield to win @ 1.8 15pt treble please