Tiffy

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Tiffy last won the day on August 10 2016

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  1. Division 5 - Week 8 Selections

    Huddersfield V Brighton U2.5@ 1.44 Villarreal V Barca BTTS YES@ 1.61 £20 DBL PLEASE
  2. Division 5 - Week 7 Selections

    Watcord V Tottenham BTTS YES 1.67 Man City V West Ham (1) 1.10 £20 Double please
  3. A couple of bets to finish this round of marches BOU V BUR - No goal before 32 mins@ 1.83 (Won) Man City -4 AH Corners (Lost) STO V LIV - Both teams over 2 corners& 1.3 (won)
  4. POST MATCH I find most Palace fans to be decent people, but the ones that turn up to the Amex are idiots. There was trouble all over the place and the Palace Ultras sprayed over the BRUNO painting in the city centre, which set the tone for the night. The away end was unusually quiet last night too, probably the least vocal I have ever seen them. There were fireworks, flares and firecrackers going off throughout the game too, I've never seen as much at a football match before. But the atmosphere in the first half was generally cracking tho. And I am pleased to say that there was no trouble inside the ground. Yes @StevieDay1983, you can't call it a Derby, it is more of a rivalry tat started in the 70's. Up to this point Brighton's nickname was the Dolphins, but the fans started chanting "Seagulls" in response to Palace fans chanting "Eagles"! @Mindfulness You were right to call it "El Crapico", neither team showed any class last night. Both teams good defensively, but awful in the final 3rd. A great double save early on to deny Beneke & Zaha was probably Palaces best chance. But overall both teams were evenly matched, with perhaps Brighton shading it in the 2nd HALF, (hence the corner count). Given the amount of money Palace have spent, and the quality of players on display, I wouldn't say they were any better than Brighton overall, which was pleasing. The corner count finished 10-5. I am amazed Brighton had 10 corners, I don't think I have ever seen it before, but they were the more dominant in attack in the 2nd half. Palace let me down by 1 corner, typical really, I don't think they have ever won a bet for me! Both teams could have scored, perhaps should have scored, and Brighton had the best chances in the second half. There was more chance of a late goal than an early one too. I was convinced hat either team would nick it with a scrappy late winner. A draw was a fair result, and I am pleased that it is over now. I always look forward to this fixture, and relieved when it has passed. i had 3 bets last night Palace over 5.5 corners - (Lost, 10-5) Watord +2 AH corners@ 2.0 (Won 5-5) LEIC V TOT Each team over 1 corner@ 1 2 (Won 4-9) It brings the question up, should their be midweek football in the prem? Both teams put a shift in on Saturday, and I think it showed last night. I think I would rather watch weekend football only, if it was better quality than this.
  5. @Mindfulness B@@@@@@d! i have to agree with your pre match write up. Form is out of the window on this one, and yes, Palace are playing well now. I can see both teams going for it, and Your mob always do well here, (apart from the St Patrick's day massacre) i'd agree with your shout on cards, and perhaps BTTS YES wouldn't be a bad shout either. Brighton are unbeaten at home this season and Palace need the points. So it should make for an entertaining game, with the added spice that it is the first meeting in the Prem. I can also see late goals, something that happens when you play here, and also has happened this season. As for those bloody clackers, I don't think they would dare! I can't stand the things. The trouble with the club, is that they turn a match into an occasion. Often it gets to the players, so hopefully this won't be turned into anything other that something that it should. Just another Derby match. I'll take a look at prices and update if I get 5 mins. BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE IN 2nd HALF 4.0 BTTS YES 2.0 GOAL AFTER 69m 1.83 Another quick edit! Brighton never have a lot of corners, they lost the count 5-0 on Saturday. Palace need the win more than Brighton & I'd be surprised if they didn't keep coming forward all game. I'd fancy them to get at least 6 corners in the game. They are 1.44 to get the most corners. PALACE OVER 5.5 CORNERS 1.9
  6. El Crapico! Made me chuckle look forward to next weeks thread then, and regarding CP V ST, yes it was a hard game to forecast. Palace did well to come from behind. They have scored late goals recently, Roy seems to have them fighting to the end.
  7. @Mindfulness What a cracker Tuesday night should be. Are you going? It's come just as Palace are finding some form under Hodgson. Looking forward to reading & posting the previews. Its funny really, a massive game today & no one is bothered about the result. It's Tuesday we more concerned with!
  8. Man Utd V Brighton i think that after Newcastles 4-1 defeat at old Trafford, Chris Hughton will not try and be too expansive this afternoon. He will probably try and be more difficult to beat, and try and nick a goal on a rare breakaway/set piece. Man U will want to get back to winning ways after the CL result in midweek, but I don't think they are a great side by any stretch of the imagination. I think their style will suit Brighton's defence. United should win by a goal or 2, but I think it may take a while to come. No goal before 26 min@ 1.83 United should also easily have the most corners@ 1.14. A bit slim, but I have a low odds back builder on it.
  9. Division 5 - Week 6 Selections

    BTTS YES Liverpool V Chelsea 1.5 QPR V BRENTFORD 1.57 10 double please
  10. I have gone for Loverpool most corners - Saints will sit deep and defend well. They are the most organised team I have seen at the Amex this season. Liverpool Win & BTTS NO 2.4 Crystal Palace V EVERTON - - Under 2.5 & BTTS NO 2.2 Burnely V Swansea - U2.5 & BTTS NO 1.9 Leics V MAN City 02.5 & BTTS YES 1.95 ( Should be a few goals here)
  11. Division 5 - Week 5 Selections

    Leicester v man city Over 2.5 goals@ 1.44 £20 single
  12. India Super League 2017/18

    @StevieDay1983 can you post some odds up & organise some ELO ratings too please, cheers old chap
  13. India Super League 2017/18

    17 November - Season Starts Kerala Blasters V Atletico De Kolkata (ATK) With India hosting the U17 World Cup it seems a good time to get into this league. There is big money & big stadiums , with a franchised format similar to the IPL. Some big names are over here too, so I have a feeling we could be in for an entertaining season with lots of goals. The fourth edition of the Hero Indian Super League (ISL) kicks off with a battle between old nemesis Kerala Blasters FC and ATK at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi on Friday. The Blasters will be keen to avenge last year’s final loss in the very same venue as Kochi gears up for a blockbuster season-opener. ATK have got the better of Kerala in the past, but will be without star striker Robbie Keane, who’s sidelined with injury. The Blasters, however, are expected to field a full-strength squad as both sides look to open their campaign with three points. Head to Head: ATK 5 – 1 Kerala Blasters FC. 2 draws Key players – Iain Hume (Kerala Blasters) The prolific Canadian returns to Kochi to play against the club he left Kerala for after the inaugural season. His success has been unwavering and his record of being his team’s top-scorer in every Hero ISL season goes to show that. He is also Hero ISL’s all-time top-scorer and lifted the title with Kolkata last year. Also, good with his link-up play, how he combines with Dimitar Berbatov in Kerala’s frontline will be crucial to the fortunes of the southerners. Eugeneson Lyngdoh (ATK) The defending champions made no hesitation in splurging the cash on Lyngdoh in the pre-season draft. The joint-most expensive domestic signing in this year’s draft, Lyngdoh will need to bring his A-game at the heart of midfield while trying to initiate attacks in a hostile stadium against Kerala. The talented midfielder’s pinpoint passing and clinical finishing will be worrying for opposition defences. He’s certain to be a driving force for ATK and is a definite game-changer. Lyngdoh is also known to be good with his head and has nodded in a fair share of crosses after arriving late in the box. Potential starting lineups: Kerala Blasters FC: Kerala will most likely opt for a 4-5-1 formation with Paul Rachubka in goal, a flat back-four and pacey wingers in midfield. Sandesh Jhingan, Nemanja Lakic Pesic and Rino Anto, are all likely to start at the back, while local star CK Vineeth will be providing width in midfield. Up front, Hume’s exchanges with the deep lying Berbatov is sure to keep the opposition backline on their toes. Goalkeeper: Paul Rachubka Defenders: Soraisam Pritam Kumar Singh, Nemanja Lakic Pesic, Sandesh Jhingan, Rino Anto Midfielders: CK Vineeth, Courage Pekuson, Siam Hanghal, Jackichand Singh Forwards: Dimitar Berbatov, Iain Hume Head coach, Rene Meulensteen on previous losses to ATK: “Whatever has happened in the past, is in the past. It’s not relevant now with what’s going to happen tomorrow. It's KBFC vs ATK. Only the names of the teams are the same. Rest is different. Managers, players, everything is different.” ATK: Kolkata will probably begin with a traditional 4-4-2 formation with Jordi Figueras Montel and Tom Thorpe at the centre of defence and Eugeneson Lyngdoh and Conor Thomas in the heart of midfield. The responsibility in attack will have to be shouldered by the likes of Zequinha, Njazi Kuqi and target-man Robin Singh. Goalkeeper: Debjit Majumder Defenders: Keegan Pereira, Jordi Figueras Montel, Thomas Joseph Thorpe, Prabir Das Midfielders: Zequinha, Eugeneson Lyngdoh, Conor Thomas, Bipin Singh Forwards: Robin Singh, Njazi Kuqi ATK head coach, Teddy Sheringham on playing in Kochi: “It’s mouth-watering for a manager and for my players to come to this fantastic stadium and know that it’s going to be a full house in the first game. It’s what you dream of as a boy. You want to play in front of a lot of fans. You want that excitement. You want that atmosphere.” Key stat: Kerala have beaten ATK just once in eight meetings and that sole victory came at Kochi in Hero ISL 2014. Last meeting: The last time these two sides met was in the final of Hero ISL 2016, which ATK won 4-3 on penalties after it finished 1-1 at the end of extra-time in Kochi.
  14. Division 5 - Week 4 Selections

    DENMARK V ROI BTTS NO 1.57 £20 single please