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I've backed Dunfermline every week so far and came up trumps, going -1 handicap in the last couple. They are vastly improved from last season's squad, signing guys that are realistically Championship level (including new striker Antoine-Curier) and are the only full-time outfit in League 1 which helps tremendously. Last season, with a vastly inferior squad, they beat Ayr in all 4 meetings. With better than evens (6/5 William Hill) available on -1, they seem to look good again this weekend.
For those looking for some value - I found Gareth Bale to score and Wales to win @ 3/1 with William Hill. Given that he has scored 5 goals so far in the 6 games played, and as mentioned above Cyprus are on a run of 1 win in 9 home games, seems to represent a decent punt at bigger odds. N.B. Better odds may be available for this elsewhere.
Firstly, hi folks - first post! :D Generally I'd avoid any form of betting on politics. It's so variable compared to other things you can attempt to predict, but I've seen something that I believe is good value and wanted to ask opinions on. Total Seats - Over/Under - SNP over 43.5 - 1/1 (Evens) with McBookie.com Link to the market including other parties Being a Scot, it seems like this is too good to be true. All the polls predict a huge SNP victory. Tonight's Scottish TV debate is potentially Labour's last chance to influence this greatly...and then I read this article. Is this priced too kindly, or am I missing something here?