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Everything posted by StevieDay1983

  1. The replays for the FA Cup 3rd Round are coming up this week. Only four matches set to be played. Here are the odds. Take a look and share any bets you've got in the pipeline with us right here! @Mindfulness, @Pep004, @MaliMisko12, @betcatalog, @sajtion, @godofhorses, @Tiffy, @waynecoyne, @The Sexless Innkeeper, @Magic0024, @malabgd, @Duke_Tm, @dogmeister, @Arkadi Manucharov, @derbent, @fat, @allyhibs, @6avin24, @discipline, @the bastardian, @Bronxie, @Bett, @KikoCy, @teddybear3011, @markus808, @allthethings, @Kenton Schweppes, @vasilli07, @Dylan Lynch, @neilovan, @JKos, @zemo91, @kulikTS, @mrclubbie, @Judeksi, @Henind666, @Dave1X2, @canaries91, @jazzman02, @sajtion, @Darran, @postmanplod69, @eddiem, @bartonbank, @yossa6133, @Teodore, @thinkpink63, and @AndreBR.
  2. Ligue 1 & 2 Predictions > Jan 15th - 21st

    There is an extended Ligue 1 and 2 schedule this week with fixtures carrying straight on from last night to tonight. Here are the odds and ratings. Don't waste a second! Get on these and tell us what you're thinking about betting on.
  3. La Liga Predictions > Jan 18th - 21st

    The next round of La Liga fixtures are here with their odds and ratings. Check them out and share your bets with us down below.
  4. Premier League Predictions > Jan 12th - 14th

    Manchester City vs Wolves The Monday Night Football game in the Premier League this week offers us a potentially explosive clash between league title contenders Manchester City and mid-table side Wolves in an 8pm kick-off at the Etihad Stadium. The away side have developed a reputation for taking points off the big guns in the division and can it happen again? Manchester City are now 7 points off the leading pace of Liverpool so will be determined to win this. Pep Guardiola's side come into this game having seemingly recovered from a sticky patch. However, there will be a wariness that City could only draw with Wolves earlier in the season. Wolves could move up to 8th in the table with a win here. Nuno Santo's team have navigated their own period of bad form earlier in the season. It's only 1 win in their last 4 league games but a win here would rectify that form. They appear to deliver the goods against the teams at the top end of the table but have dropped points against the lower-placed sides. There is good news for City who could be set to welcome back Sergio Aguero and Vincent Kompany. Fernandinho is also likely to be recalled after being rested for the past two matches. Wolves come into this game with no fresh injury concerns so will probably field an expected line-up. Even though Wolves have a decent record against the better sides in the Premier League this season (the best record of a team outside the top six against the established top six with 2 wins and 3 draws) they must overcome a poor record at the City's home grounds. The away side are currently without a win in their last six away games against City. The last win came in a 3-2 win at the old Maine Road back in December, 1979. City have won 12 of their last 14 home league games but Wolves can take inspiration from Crystal Palace's outstanding win there over the festive period. Wolves can also be hopeful of causing City problems at the back. City are currently on a run of 8 league games without keeping a clean sheet. This will be a tough game for City but I think they are getting into their rhythm again now. Wolves will have total confidence in their own game but I think City will simply have too much. I think it might be worth a cheeky handicap bet backing Wolves to make this a tighter game than many expect. Wolves +2 @ 2.50 with SpreadEx BTTS @ 2.30 with Blacktype
  5. The upcoming week of action in this section starts on Tuesday with a single game from League Two. We then have a full schedule in League One and League Two on the weekend. However, the Scottish fixtures are reduced with the Scottish FA Cup matches lined up. So, check out the odds and ratings above then share your thoughts below!
  6. Championship Predictions > Jan 18th - 21st

    The next batch of odds and ratings for the Championship are here! Take a look above at the statistics and then share your prospective bets below. Let's try and win as much money as possible by combining our tips!
  7. Premier League Predictions > Jan 19th & 20th

    The next round of Premier League fixtures are here with their odds and ratings. The big game this weekend is the London derby between Arsenal and Chelsea with both sides in need of a win. What bets are you all looking to place here?
  8. Premier League Predictions > Jan 12th - 14th

    Tottenham vs Manchester United The big game this weekend is coming up this Sunday in a 4:30pm kick-off when Premier League title contenders Tottenham take on a rejuvenated Manchester United at Wembley Stadium. In what will be Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's biggest test yet as the Red Devils manager, can he keep his winning run going? Tottenham are still playing down their roles as title contenders but with the club in 3rd place and just 2 points behind second placed Manchester City it seems unrealistic not to include them in the title talk. The move to the new stadium continues to be delayed and Mauricio Pochettino has said the club has no plans to spend big in January. Are they actually throwing in the towel already, focusing on the Champions League, or simply acting coy? Manchester United are loving life under Solskjaer after the strict stewardship of Jose Mourinho. The club is on a run of 5 consecutive wins in all competitions since the Norwegian manager was appointed in the interim role. However, some have argued that in Cardiff, Huddersfield, Bournemouth. Newcastle, and Reading, Solskjaer is yet to be reasonably tested in his position. A win could potentially move the team into 5th so it's a game they'll be keen to take all three points. If Tottenham win here it will be the first time since 1960 that they would have won three consecutive top flight league games against United. There could also be goals in this one. The two sides have scored 40 goals between them in each of their last 6 competitive matches. Backing Harry Kane to score anytime could be a decent shout. The striker has scored in six consecutive matches and it would be the first time he'd have scored in seven consecutive games if he does so here. His record against top six placed sides is only bettered by Sergio Aguero. I think this could be a real test for United. I think they'll push Tottenham to the limit but I think Pochettino will know how to get his team set up against this new-look attacking United side. We could see a really exciting game if both teams believe they can win but the overall cohesive quality of Spurs should prevail. Tottenham to Win @ 2.15 with BetVictor Anytime Scorer: Harry Kane @ 2.05 with Ladbrokes
  9. Championship Predictions > Jan 11th & 12th

    West Brom vs Norwich The Championship offers up one of the games of the Football League schedule this weekend when promotion rivals West Brom and Norwich go head-to-head in a 3pm kick-off this Saturday at the Hawthorns with both teams hoping to give their automatic promotion hopes a boost with a win. West Brom sit 4th in the league table just 3 points off the automatic promotion pace. Darren Moore continues to do a brilliant job in charge at the club having been nominated for manager of the month in 4 of the 6 months he was eligible since taking over the managerial position. The club might have lost their most recent league games away to Blackburn but before that they had won 6 and drawn 3 of their previous 9 league games. Norwich are the club the Baggies are aiming to catch. Their opponents on Saturday are 2nd in the table and firmly putting the pressure on league leaders Leeds. The only problem is that Daniel Farke's side haven't won in three league games. This is the beauty of statistics because it could also be claimed that the Canaries have only lost 1 of their last 14 league games. Their ability to turn matches they looked like drawing into victories has been key. For me, the value here is on a home win. West Brom are unbeaten in their last 6 home league games. Moore's side also the 2nd best home record in the Championship behind league leaders Leeds. Norwich possess the best away record but have still only won less than 50% of their league games on the road. Interestingly, the Baggies are on their longest run of scoring in consecutive league games at home. That run is now up to 22 matches. This is the best streak since 1993 when they managed to reach 25 consecutive home league games scoring. This could be a superb game to watch. I'm predicting a 2-1 or 3-2 home win. West Brom to Win @ 2.25 with Bet365 Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 1.69 with RedZone
  10. Premier League Predictions > Jan 12th - 14th

    A trio of draws. Decent value and even though I backed a Cardiff win, I think you've made some decent calls there. Burnley are a wild cannon at the moment though.
  11. L1, L2, and Scottish Predictions > Jan 12th

    Bury vs MK Dons It's a top-of-the-table clash in League Two this weekend when 3rd placed Bury welcome 2nd placed MK Dons to Gigg Lane for this Saturday afternoon 3pm kick-off. It could have a big say on the promotion aspirations of these two clubs but with the home team possessing such a strong record it seems like a decent bet to back the home win. Bury are flying under Ryan Lowe this season. The club are in 3rd place but the teams around them have games in hand. Automatic promotion is surely the aim but they'll need to keep winning if they are to remain in the top three come the end of the season. That means winning crucial games like this against the teams around them. MK Dons are sat one place above Bury in the table and also have two games in hand on the Shakers. However, this game stands out as a weakness for them because their away form has been bang average this season. Can I see them coming to Gigg Lane in a game of this magnitude and taking all three points? Not only is the home form of Bury making them appear to be decent value but the recent form of both teams is favouring the home side. Bury are unbeaten in their last three league games including earning back-to-back victories in their last two league games. On the contrary, MK Dons have only managed 1 win in their last 4 league games. Bury Draw No Bet @ 1.83 with MarathonBet BTTS @ 1.80 with RedZone
  12. Championship Predictions > Jan 11th & 12th

    Ipswich vs Rotherham OK, so I'm making a ballsy move this week. I'm backing Ipswich. No, I haven't gone mad. I just think they've got to get more points this season from somewhere. It's the law of averages. So, why not in a home game against Rotherham that's kicking off at 3pm on Saturday afternoon at Portman Road? No, you're right, I've lost my marbles! Ipswich are down. Not officially. It just seems that with the Tractor Boys bottom of the table with just 15 points from 26 league games and being 10 points adrift of safety they are screwed. If you listen to their fans on radio shows, podcasts, or on the fan forums, there's a level of acceptance that unless there is a change of ownership they are heading the same way as the likes of Blackpool, Coventry, and Bradford over recent years. Rotherham are not much better off. Paul Warne's side might be meeting expectations in 21st place and 3 points clear of the relegation zone but going down is still very much a possibility. The Millers picked up a vital win last game against Preston at home but their away record is abysmal. The club has taken just 4 points from their 13 away matches and that's absent of any victories. In fact, their last away win in the second tier of English football was back on 9th April, 2016. This is a game between two sides that are lacking self belief and potentially facing relegation to League One. Is this a must-win for both teams? More so Ipswich than Rotherham. It could very much be a game that leaves Ipswich fans without any hope if they don't win. I just feel Paul Lambert has made them a hard team to beat at home. This could be the game they finally get another home win under the Scotsman's management. Ipswich to Win @ 2.45 with Bet365 BTTS @ 1.91 with Betfred
  13. L1, L2, and Scottish Predictions > Jan 12th

    Even at League One level against a bottom of the table defence?
  14. Ligue 1 & 2 Predictions > Jan 8th - 14th

    Lyon vs Reims The Ligue 1 is back off its Christmas break! Happy days are here again! Well, sort of! It still remains a ball ache of a league to call this season but we'll keep on truckin'! This week, I am taking the time to consider the Lyon versus Reims match that is scheduled for a 7:45pm kick-off at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais this Friday night. Lyon are in 3rd place and hopes of a title challenge are all but dead with PSG a staggering 15 points clear with a game in hand already. However, Bruno Genesio's men are still firmly in the hunt for a Champions League spot for next season and have qualified for the last 16 of the Champions League. Things could be a lot worse for the Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes side. Reims have things slightly worse but are still punching above their weight. David Guion's side are 9th in the table and just 4 points off the pace of the European qualification spots. The only problem is that just 1 win in their last 5 league games over the December period has hit their form. This is a game where I can see the home side putting in a dominant display. Lyon have lost just 1 of their last 9 league games. They are keen to get that Champions League spot secured as soon as possible for next season. It's games like this where they'll need to do the business. Yes, Reims have been tough to beat for sides they've faced on the road but their current form is poor and might get worse before it gets better. Lyon -1 @ 2.30 with Betfair Lyon HT/FT @ 2.25 with Ladbrokes @Pep004, @sodabrab, @giraldi, @Magic0024, @allthethings, @DrO, @malabgd, @Xcout, @betcatalog, @sajtion, @FCNA, @silver fox, @thinkpink63, and @canaries91, what bets are you guys looking to back this weekend?
  15. La Liga Predictions > Jan 11th - 14th

    Atletico Madrid vs Levante It's been a while since I backed such a solid favourite in La Liga but there are a couple of bets that have attracted my interest in this game between title challengers Atletico Madrid and mid-table side Levante in this 11am kick-off this coming Sunday from the Wanda Metropolitano. Atletico Madrid have arguably not managed to take full advantage of the inconsistency displayed by Barcelona and Real Madrid so far this season. Diego Simeone's side also started the season slowly with just 1 win from their opening 4 league games. Results have improved with the club unbeaten since their 2-0 loss away to Celta Vigo back on 1st September, 2018 but they'll be disappointed to be 5 points behind league leaders Barcelona after drawing 8 of their 18 league games so far. Levante also had a poor start to the season having lost 4 of their opening 6 league games but Paco Lopez's side picked up in September and October but form has once again dipped. The club is in 10th place and just 6 points outside the relegation zone. Not ordinarily too much cause for concern but the club now only has 1 win in their last 8 league games. It seems unlikely that they will get a result here that will further damage morale and confidence. I know it's not often that Atletico Madrid romp to a two or more goal victory but I can see Simeone's side picking off a team that is struggling for form right now. Levante are in danger of going into freefall and this is not the game they want. Atletico have 7 wins and 2 draws from their 9 home matches this season. I can see a solid two or three goal win here. Atletico Madrid -1 @ 1.80 with Bet365 Atletico Madrid HT/FT @ 1.87 with Ladbrokes @Pep004, @Magic0024, @betcatalog, @malabgd, @AndreBR, @Xcout, @four-leaf, @sajtion, @Arkadi Manucharov, @Jamesboaz, @RealUnited, @allyhibs, @jazzman02, @Mr.Paul, @notanotherdonkey, @Marek76, @freestylerx, @DonPaulo, @fhuefdsa, @laprikon, @Gabosbet, @Dr. Florida192, @thinkpink63, @MarioDunav, @EuroDream, and @derbent, do you guys agree with my call here? Or are other bets standing out for you?