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Kenton Schweppes

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  1. There are 2 prices that stand out there Blackburn at 7/5 at Rotherham. Stoke made real light work of Rotherham last weekend and I feel its going to be a long season for Rotherham and their fans. Unless Blackburn have a whole host of injuries I think they get the 3 points here. Birmingham 3/1, should they be that much? Leeds are much fancied but they are certainly missing a striker and still suspect defensively, I'm not convinced this will be an easier game as the bookies pricing suggests for Leeds. Farke might need a bit of time to get everything as he wishes and to turn that in to results. I certainly think Birmingham are worthy of consideration here even if only at double chance if this can be backed at more than evs.
  2. I certainly wouldn't disagree with that final table, I think you have that pretty much bob on. I would be happy if we finished 4th bottom but I think it might be a bit higher. Cardiff seem to be mentioned a fair bit in terms of relegation but 10th is a huge improvement on last season. I agree on your new manager too, there's a lot of uncertainty around him, but you will know better than anyone else in terms of the squad. If I were a Rotherham and a QPR fan, I'd be extremely worried, Ainswirth will be out of a job come September if things start badly for them and Rotherham have lost one of their best players, alongside a League One budget. It all adds up to a season of tumult, fair play to Rotherham, they had a relatively good season but you do have to wonder how much longer they can hang on to their Championship status. There iscertainly no value in backing Leeds or Leicester, if anyone finishes above those 2 it means these 2 have had the seasons from hell or someone has had the season of a lifetime. I do think there is value in backing Sunderland though, Tony Mowbray is a canny manager but I suspect Leicester and Leeds will have this season all their own way with the odd, not too serious, blip along the way.
  3. Have to disagree on my team to be relegated, Huddersfield, we won't be be troubling the top 10 that's for sure but Neil Warnock does not get relegated and he has only agreed to manage for this season whilst the new owner and chief exec stabilise the club and find their feet, he is not a long term solution. We look pretty solid defensively and highly organised in pre season with a clutch of talented youngsters coming through, sure we are light on quality in midfield and attack but as the window hasn't closed as yet there is still time. If we can carry on from last season we will be more than fine. Just to add to this I'm surprised there isn't more noise around QPR and Cardiff for the drop as well. Stevie, what's you take on The Bluebirds this time round, I know you've got Karlan Grant in which might be the fine margin that keeps you up, but for me, are you worried?
  4. Halifax are priced up at decent odds for the 2nd week running, 23/20, at home to Bromley. This is no doubt a big promotion clash and Halifax could do with winning it to try and reduce it to a 3 horse race for the title. A minor blip of 2 consecutive defeats seem to have been put behind them with a good win at Dagenham. Again a think they are worth backing today.
  5. Halifax are absolutely rock solid defensively, whereas they don't score that many, there's nothing going in at the other end. I certainly wouldn't be surprised if they walked off with a 1-0 today.
  6. I'm fairly confident we'll win this, Burnley seem hit by a few covid cases, are in pretty wretched form with only 2 wins all season, one of those against Rochdale in the League Cup. If we are a decent price I'd say we were worth backing today.
  7. Two good tips there Darran in the form of Dulwich who ripped Ebbsfleet a new one, not to put too finer a point on it and Boston narrowly sneaking it 3-2, shame Alvechurch couldn't make it a clean sweep. I know it's FA Cup but a Halifax Chesterfield double tomorrow at 7's with PP looks pretty appealing.
  8. Ended up taking a Halifax, Notts County, Bromley treble but Bromley's bolt was shot after 9 minutes with the red card.
  9. Equally Halifax away at Torquay, long slog but they are priced up at 17/10, given Halifax's away form is pretty decent only 2 defeats on the road both 1-0, although I was surprised to see them lose at home midweek to Wrexham, after going in front. Wild has them punching way above their weight with the squad they have but certainly worth a considerstion today I think. Torquay lost the last 2, both away mind but they're not immune to losing at home.
  10. Great tipping there Darran, a clean sweep, I've a nice wad to collect tomorrow from the bookies after backing the treble. To be honest, Aldershot should have at least grabbed a point after Barnet had gone in front late in the game, missing a great chance from a free header with the goal at the mercy of the Shots attacker but headed it wide.
  11. 2 out of 3 with the 3rd leading....with Barnet just having a goal chalked off for an awful offside decision which would have put them 2-0 up.
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