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Tiffy

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  1. 2 hours ago, allyhibs said:

    @Tiffy

    Celtic are closing in on going the whole league season unbeaten and I think they'll do it. I can't see them taking the foot off the gas when they have the cup semi final against rangers in a couple of weeks time either. Also Kilmarnock are honking, I wouldn't back them to beat Hearts, never mind Celtic.

    You know what'll happen now don't you!!!!!!

    Thank you oh wise one!

    After digesting your valued and informed opinion,I'll definitely be backing Killie, haha:cheers

  2. Brighton will be in for a tough game against QPR. I think that they should be good enough to get at least a point though. 

    I may be tempted to take QPR on the corner count, as Brighton just don't have a lot of corners. Although QPR don't have anything to play for, so they may be focusing on their summer hols now.

    Don't know what else I like the look of on this weeks coupon, perhaps Derby to beat Birmingham? Gary Rowett seems to have fired them up a bit & will he will be returning to a ground where he will want to prove a point to the Chinese owners.

    Does anyone else think that Celtic could be opposed? They have won the title, and as with teams that have won titles, their foot may be going off the gas now.  A draw midweek against Patrick could suggest this. They have Kilmarnock on Sat, who need a win to confirm them staying up (Is this right, not sure how the Scottish leagues work)

    @Icongene, & @allyhibs, what do you think?

  3. On 04/04/2017, 11:35:08, Mindfulness said:

    You vultures better keep away from him!!!

    With regards to Southampton game; I feel it's a very unpredictable contest. I acutally think the pricing for the game is in the right region as things stand. There's no guessing how Palace will perform after expending all that mental and physical energy against Chelsea. Tomkins and Dann both sustained injuries in that game so we are getting very light on centre-backs. We still have the big boss man (Sakho) which is key but Southampton can cause us problems with their high pressure style which we often see in their home games this campaign.

    I don't see Palace winning this one, I feel it will either be a draw or home win. If markets are wrong then they're not far wrong imo, I will sit this one out but good luck if you decide to get involved.

    You won't hear this from me very often, BUT for 1 night only "Come onyou Eagles, lets get a win tonight!!"

    Gone for them DC!

    Wish me luck

  4. 20 hours ago, sajtion said:

    erm did i miss something? how much did the lucky man win?

    His team won the cup at Wembley. Doubt we will hear from him this week as he will be hungover, probably still in the fountain in Trafalgar Square!

    EDIT, Sorry just read the earlier threads about him going large. Wow, think he will be getting the drinks in at the PUNTERSLOUNGE Christmas party!!!

  5. 1 hour ago, Mindfulness said:

    You vultures better keep away from him!!!

    With regards to Southampton game; I feel it's a very unpredictable contest. I acutally think the pricing for the game is in the right region as things stand. There's no guessing how Palace will perform after expending all that mental and physical energy against Chelsea. Tomkins and Dann both sustained injuries in that game so we are getting very light on centre-backs. We still have the big boss man (Sakho) which is key but Southampton can cause us problems with their high pressure style which we often see in their home games this campaign.

    I don't see Palace winning this one, I feel it will either be a draw or home win. If markets are wrong then they're not far wrong imo, I will sit this one out but good luck if you decide to get involved.

    Haha, well we have to get you lot back for nicking Glenn Murray off us don't we?

    Thanks for your thoughts, Palace are one of my bogey teams, they will always bust my coupon!

    However, I think I may be tempted into something, I'll have a look. Looks a good price given the way you are playing, and with Sahko shoreing up the defence, Benteke & Zaha seem full of confidence, perhaps it could time for some payback!

  6. Arsenal V City

    City +1 1.53

    City most corners 1.8

    CORNER COUNT 3-8,

    Burnley V Spurs

    Over 10 corners 1.83
    Spurs -2.5 AH Corners 1.86
    Spurs most corners - 1.33

    CORNER COUNT 3-7

    Liverpool v Everton
    Liverpool -3 HC 1.9
    Liverpool most corners 1.2
    Liverpool first corner 1.44

    CORNER COUNT 2-3

    BRENTFORD V BRISTOL CITY
    Over 10 corners 1.83

    CORNER COUNT 6-3

    OVERALL, BETTING 1PT PER BET = -0.65!

  7. Yes @StevieDay1983, one Albion team doing the other a favour. It could have a massive effect on Tuedays game against Brum. I can only see a Brighton win here as they will be full of confidence now the gap has opened up to 9 points. Don't forget the superior goal difference, which now really takes it to 10/12 points.

    BUT....I would go for a Brighton win & BTTS NO. Uwe Hudemier is performing like a superhero at the back with Dunky, and all injuured defenders are back fit now (apart from the long trerm Duffy & Goldson)

    Think I may stick to the Prem midweek.

    I will post some updates if I get time

  8. Thanks @StevieDay1983, had a mixed bag with the coirners last week! But managed to pull some others out of the bag over the weekend.

    (Celtic -1, Cov & Oxf BTTS, Arse V City BTTS & O2.5 treble at over 4/1 one of the best). Then lumpled large on Barca last night too.

    Surely Leicester & Spurs are bankers, and why are Palarse over 5/1 @Mindfulness, surely they would be worth backing on the X2?

    Great shout by the way on backing them against Chelseas. A Chelsea supporting customer of mine had a fiver on Palace to win 2-1 at 33/1!!

    Are you going to sell Zaha again? Think Brighton could be interested for next season....:ok

  9. Back on the corners markets this week!

    Arsenal V City
    City have won 10 of their last 14 away games on the corner count. They average +2.79 per game more than their opponents.
    Arsenal have won 9/13 at home, and average +2 per game.

    I feel that City have more to play for as they will want to cement their top 4 position as soon as possible. Arsenal players seem to have given up this season, and they don't fare  well on the corners against top quality opposition.
    Both teams average over 10 corners per game.

    City +1 1.53
    City most corners 1.8i

    Burnley V Spurs

    Burnley home record W5 D/L9, average -1.6 per game
    Spurs away record W8 L5, Average +1.9 per game, Total match ave 11.9 on away games

    Along with other posters on here, I feel that Spurs are in top form right now, and should be all over Burnley like a rash. Burnley are no slouches on corners either, so I fancy a few here. Spurs have covered the -2 handicap 7/13 away games this season

    Over 10 corners 1.83
    Spurs -2.5 AH Corners 1.86
    Spurs most corners - 1.33

    Liverpool v Everton
    Liverpool home record - W11 D/L3 Ave +3.79 per game, averaging 10.07 per game
    Everton away record - W3 D/L 11, Ave -1.57 per game.Tot 9.29 per game.They have not won a corner count in any away game in 2017!
    Liverpool have covered the -3 HC on 9/13 home games

    I'd be expecting a fast start from the Reds, with Klopp going all out on his attack, attack, attack style of play.

    Liverpool -3 HC 1.9
    Liverpool most corners 1.2
    Liverpool first corner 1.44

    BRENTFORD V BRISTOL CITY
    City away match ave 12.39
    BRENTFORD home match ave 12.33

    Over 10 corners 1.83

  10. 9 hours ago, StevieDay1983 said:

    Yeah, you're right mate. I always had this rule that I would only bet on football when our 11 a side team was block booked to play on 3G. Our booking lasts from the first Thursday in September to the last Thursday in March. Before and after those dates I found results were a complete lottery. Still, I've abandoned that idea ever since I hit an 8 team accumulator back in 2010!

    Also, @skyblues88, you must be relieved to have this fella backing you on the weekend!

    https://t.co/IT1YsDoI0V (if any mods know how to embed this video into this post then feel free to edit accordingly!)

     

    So that's what @andrewcalo gets up to at weekends!

  11. I think I will take the mighty Hatters & Port Vale to both win here.

    I am from Luton, and they really are my team, and they need a win to get back into the promotion mix.

    My nan was a Port Vale supporter, and they are playing a Coventry side who need to lose to stay in the relegation mix up.

    Sounds ggod enough reason for me:lol

  12. On 17/03/2017, 13:24:46, rashers said:

    Hi , 1st post :ok

    Saturday fixtures :

    The stand out game for me is Everton v Hull , i think this is the only fixture that looks a dead cert with Everton as winners. Looking at the other fixtures its hard to call any Home or Away winners. Although you could look at Chelsea away to Stoke. With Chelsea on form and Stoke being Stoke maybe go for the draw or double chance with Chelsea as a safer option.

    Next i would be looking at Bournemouth v Swansea. Bournemouth struggling to find any real form but manage to score 1 goal a game at home and pretty much concede 2. Swansea managing to find the back of the net on their last 5 away matches i can see both teams scoring. If your risky maybe BTTS Swansea win.

    Safe betting options :

     

    3 Fold

    Everton v Hull - Everton WIN

    Stoke v Chelsea - Double Chance Draw or Chelsea 

    Bournemouth v Swansea - BTTS 

    Look @rashers, no body likes a bloody show off ok, especially on here!

    I mean, you swan in here, with your first post and put 3 winners on the table, it's just not how it works on here, right everyone?

    I mean we could all post winning tips on here ALL the time, especially me, but we have to put a few duffers in here occasionally (apart from @allyhibs, he does it more than most). I pick winning tips all the time, just choose not to put them on, OK rashers, got it now?

     Not that I am jealous or anything

    Well done by the way

    :beer:welcome

  13. On 18/03/2017, 09:30:11, StevieDay1983 said:

    :lol Tiffy mate! Again! Need to get order out on a special member tag for you. "Corner King" or something similar. Great work!

    Ally, I always give inside information on Cardiff but I would never recommend backing us. That's the pessimistic side coming out in me. We are really decent value this weekend though.

    Corner King!!!!!! Think I'll be walking in a straight line after this weekend, haha, certainly won't be going round any bloody corners!

  14. On 19/03/2017, 10:28:42, StevieDay1983 said:

    Gutted you boys lost to Leeds. I cannot stand smug Garry Monk and the prospect of him taking Leeds up is stomach-churning. I just would love to see Brighton and Huddersfield both go up. They both deserve the opportunity so I really hope they do. These defeats are inevitable in the dogged race for promotion. It's all about how you react to those knock downs.

    Yeah, I could see it coming a mile off. At least I managed to get one thing right this weekend! The team have gone to Valencia during the international break, so hopefully it will do them good. I am sure you dislike Monk from his time at Swansea, but it's the Leeds fans that  I always find a bunch of pricks. (Apologies if there are any decent ones on here) I have to walk behind the away end at the Amex after each game, and it is never a pleasant experience when they visit.

    None of the top 3 scored this weekend did they!

  15. 2 hours ago, Kenton Schweppes said:

    God I feel like weeping mate, a big chance to heap some pressure on both you and Newcastle, make you win both win today but god, we were just rubbish all over the park, just so poor it's untrue. To be honest I think that hammers the nail in our automatic promotion coffin and it's yours and Newcastle's now from here on in.

    Going to have a study and come back with some bets after my lay off.

    Yes, very uncharacteristic of you last night. I'll read a match report over the weekend. Watch Brighton throw any advantage away today though, it's been that sort of season. At least we can expect a response from your boys in the next game.

  16. QPR V ROTHERHAM

    I know that you can have all the stats in the world, and obviously history doesn't always repeat itself (otherwise we would all be rich, right?)

    But when looking at games, and in particular a bet, I always try and make a case using stats as to whether I should/shouldn't take the bet. Then I add into the mix what 1or both teams are playing for and then decide.

    After last nights disappointing result in the BRC V HUD match, I am focusing on the game above today.

    QPR have won half of their home matches on the corner count. Their home games feature an average of 12.26 corners, and they win on average by +1.

    They are at home, and Holloway will have them attacking.

    Rotherham have only won 4 away matches on the corner count. They are losing 85-123 in total and are averaging a -2 loss per game. Their away matches average 10.95 corners this season.

    They are fighting relegation, and will be set up defensively to preserve themselves., but will have to push forward if they go behind.

    selction

    QPR V ROTH O10 corners 1.72

    QPR -1 AH 1.4  

    Probably double up the handicap bet with something else

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