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England > Midweek > BlueSQ Bet Prem Dec 6


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Tuesday 6 December 2011 Home Draw Away BPP
maximize.gif AFC Telford United v York City (19:45 GMT) 9/4 5/2 6/5 104.80 %
maximize.gif Alfreton Town v Newport County (19:45 GMT) 21/10 12/5 13/10 105.15 %
maximize.gif Braintree Town v Hayes & Yeading (19:45 GMT) 4/5 5/2 7/2 106.35 %
maximize.gif Ebbsfleet United v Cambridge United (19:45 GMT) 15/8 5/2 11/8 105.46 %
maximize.gif Forest Green Rovers v Tamworth (19:45 GMT) 1/1 12/5 3 104.41 %
maximize.gif Grimsby Town v Mansfield Town (19:45 GMT) 13/10 12/5 15/8 107.67 %
maximize.gif Kettering Town v Darlington (19:45 GMT) 6 5 1/4 110.95 %
maximize.gif Kidderminster Harriers v Bath City (19:45 GMT) 4/6 11/4 9/2 104.85 %
maximize.gif Lincoln City v Luton Town (19:45 GMT) 5/2 5/2 11/10 104.76 %
maximize.gif Stockport County v Gateshead (19:45 GMT) 2 12/5 11/8 104.85 %
maximize.gif Wrexham v Southport (19:45 GMT) 8/11 5/2 7/2 107.52 %
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Re: England > Midweek > BlueSQ Bet Prem Dec 6 This was all in the paper yesterday but I was waiting for some more prices to come out before posting. http://www.northamptonchron.co.uk/sport/football/poppies_may_not_exist_tomorrow_1_3309320 Headline is a bit dramatic but there seems a chance that Stimson might not be able to field 11 players tomorrow. Darlo dont exactly score many goals but the effort the Kettering players have been making of late told on Saturday and they will struggle again. Paddy Power are 10/11 on the -1 handicap and Bet 365 are 15/8 on the -2 handicap. Obviously there is a chance the game might not go ahead but if it does Kettering will be even weaker than they have been in the last 3 matches.

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Re: England > Midweek > BlueSQ Bet Prem Dec 6 Interesting stuff, addpea. It's wages day today, so it will be interesting to see if the players remaining only get a percentage of what's owed. Ladak is suggesting that there are two potential buyers in the offing, and if that's the case it's probably worth his while stumping up to get the best team possible out, though he hasn't shown much sign of wanting to do the obvious thing in recent weeks. Darlington will be almost as light as they were at the weekend, although crucially Liam Hatch is back - he's probably licking his lips at coming back into the side for this one. A win for Darlington by two or three looks the shout, even if they nail down a buyer.

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Re: England > Midweek > BlueSQ Bet Prem Dec 6 I'm watching this situation with interest...I backed York -1EH @ 1.80 on Saturday but didn't tip it in here out of respect for Kettering's plight.Darlington are a little short of numbers themselves and only had 15 fit pros with two centre halves up front and a few more out of position.Liam Hatch should return after suspension which should help their striking cause. With O'Leary joining the injury list and only 7 or 8 training the big question is how many will turn out for the home side?Their keeper should be back but that just means they'll have a sub keeper on the bench unless he has to play outfield....

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I'm watching this situation with interest...I backed York -1EH @ 1.80 on Saturday but didn't tip it in here out of respect for Kettering's plight.Darlington are a little short of numbers themselves and only had 15 fit pros with two centre halves up front and a few more out of position.Liam Hatch should return after suspension which should help their striking cause. With O'Leary joining the injury list and only 7 or 8 training the big question is how many will turn out for the home side?Their keeper should be back but that just means they'll have a sub keeper on the bench unless he has to play outfield....
I had a little interest on -2 for York once it was clear they were going to be weak again but given York hadnt been banging in the goals it was only a small bet. I just think that effort and the news which has come out over the weekend shows things are taken another turn for the worse. Darlo are showing more fight than under Cooper and it was a good effort on Saturday to hold an in form FGR 0-0 especially with the missing players. It would not surprise me if the sub keeper had to play outfield at the very least he might be the only player on the bench.
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Re: England > Midweek > BlueSQ Bet Prem Dec 6 In fairness to Hughes-Mason, he's got a great attitude and loyalty to the club.I think Pryor will replace O'Leary and they may have Dance and Haxhia on the bench.Still this is their 4th game in 10 days and it's a big ask for each of them to play another 90 mins without a chance of a rest....and on top of this not training properly.I can see where Addpea is coming from with his interest bets, if they can't muster 11...worth a shot,good luck with that....

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Re: England > Midweek > BlueSQ Bet Prem Dec 6 Latest tweet is this Another enlightning day today. Youth team players Dance, Cross and Jones are ready for tomorrow. O'Leary out and Deeney has joined Hinckley. Cross and Jones didnt play on Saturday. Apparently there could be two bids for the club coming in later in the week. It does seem to be a case of them just trying to get the game played tomorrow and then see what happens after that.

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Re: England > Midweek > BlueSQ Bet Prem Dec 6 Good stuff, addpea. It's a pity that Darlington are the visitors or else I'd be more inclined to look at some of the exotic bets at fancy prices. On the basis that Kettering should tire badly in the 2nd half with little to come off the bench, I've backed over 1.5 Darlington 2nd half goals at 7/5 with Paddy Power. Although they will be weaker than at York on Saturday, it's interesting that Kettering actually managed 6 corners to York's 5. They also managed 5 goal attempt during the game but only 1 on target.

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Re: England > Midweek > BlueSQ Bet Prem Dec 6

I read on the Baintree website that for the match with Mansfield on Saturday they had only 12 available players! If so' date=' how come they are so short with Hayes & Yeading ? thanks[/quote'] I know Braintree had players missing on Saturday but they did name 5 subs although only one came on. Some were suspensions so you would need to check if any of them are back. Also Hayes are in shocking form at the moment so backing them is a risky bet at any price right now.
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Re: England > Midweek > BlueSQ Bet Prem Dec 6 Saturday at least it seams that Darlington was lucky with a draw againt FGR and they are also a little short on players and they had to centre-back that played as strikers at a certain point, so I wanted to ask you addpea what is the difference in the level of the players and if it is ok to back Darlington at HT/FT? thank you:notworthy:notworthy

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I read on the Baintree website that for the match with Mansfield on Saturday they had only 12 available players! If so' date=' how come they are so short with Hayes & Yeading ? thanks[/quote'] In truth, I think Braintree are a little overrated for this one. They were very badly off for numbers on Saturday, but two of the three suspendees return tonight, and possibly some of the crocked guys from Saturday. Having said that there is a definite question mark about their formation - a 4-4-2 and 4-5-1 mix worked well early season but they have lost the surprise factor and I think the signing of Dean Wells hints at a return to playing three centre backs, which was so successful for Alan Devonshire in his Hampton day. As yet, though, he hasn't had the personnel fit or available to make that system work, and this game isn't one for experimenting in. The problem is that Hayes are in something of a rut - one point from a possible 21 since beating FGR and 22 conceded (plus a rout at Cambridge U in the cup). They are half-decent going forward but lack a basic spine to the side, so they are always likely to concede, especially against the canny forwards that Braintree have on their books. There are a number of factors in place that make a surprise more likely, and you'll see plenty less appealing 7/2 shots this season, but I find it hard to back Hayes with any confidence.
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In truth' date=' I think Braintree are a little overrated for this one. They were very badly off for numbers on Saturday, but two of the three suspendees return tonight, and possibly some of the crocked guys from Saturday. Having said that there is a definite question mark about their formation - a 4-4-2 and 4-5-1 mix worked well early season but they have lost the surprise factor and I think the signing of Dean Wells hints at a return to playing three centre backs, which was so successful for Alan Devonshire in his Hampton day. As yet, though, he hasn't had the personnel fit or available to make that system work, and this game isn't one for experimenting in. The problem is that Hayes are in something of a rut - one point from a possible 21 since beating FGR and 22 conceded (plus a rout at Cambridge U in the cup). They are half-decent going forward but lack a basic spine to the side, so they are always likely to concede, especially against the canny forwards that Braintree have on their books. There are a number of factors in place that make a surprise more likely, and you'll see plenty less appealing 7/2 shots this season, but I find it hard to back Hayes with any confidence.[/quote'] A more appealing pick at bigger than 7/2 has to be Southport to win at Wrexham :sad. We are top of the recent form table at home but Southport are 5-0-0 away recently. This is not a specific tip as we are playing well and coming off a cracking win in the Cup but, as there could always be an element of "after the Lord Mayor's show" about such a team next time out, 9/2 with bet365 and skybet are value.
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Good stuff, addpea. It's a pity that Darlington are the visitors or else I'd be more inclined to look at some of the exotic bets at fancy prices. On the basis that Kettering should tire badly in the 2nd half with little to come off the bench, I've backed over 1.5 Darlington 2nd half goals at 7/5 with Paddy Power. Although they will be weaker than at York on Saturday, it's interesting that Kettering actually managed 6 corners to York's 5. They also managed 5 goal attempt during the game but only 1 on target.
Hi Im not making a prediction but I just thought I'd give you some info on the York Kettering game. The corner stats and shots are not all at relevant. Kettering had one weak shot in the whole of the game from distance and for the life of me i cant really recall many of the other 4 shots off target except to say that they never really looked like scoring. Corner stats can be misleading for example AFC Tooton managed 10 to Bristol Rovers 3 on Sunday. From what I saw of Kettering they were defensively poor although the early goal probably didn't help. York's wide men basically had a field day which was Kettering's undoing. If Darlington have similar quality on the wings then a comfortable win is likely. However if they don't have the quality wingers then it might not be as easy as you think. Good luck with your bet :)
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Hi Im not making a prediction but I just thought I'd give you some info on the York Kettering game. The corner stats and shots are not all at relevant. Kettering had one weak shot in the whole of the game from distance and for the life of me i cant really recall many of the other 4 shots off target except to say that they never really looked like scoring. Corner stats can be misleading for example AFC Tooton managed 10 to Bristol Rovers 3 on Sunday. From what I saw of Kettering they were defensively poor although the early goal probably didn't help. York's wide men basically had a field day which was Kettering's undoing. If Darlington have similar quality on the wings then a comfortable win is likely. However if they don't have the quality wingers then it might not be as easy as you think. Good luck with your bet :)
Good info, tadley. To be honest, Darlo don't have the same wide options as York City. The team that faced FGR was pretty depleted (defenders up front, a midfielder in defence - that sort of thing). They have more threat tonight with Hatch returning, and I think they'll be tempted to go long. The match really depends on who turns up tonight for Kettering, though even in the best-case scenario it's certain to be a weaker side than that which faced Grimsby at home ten days ago.
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Re: England > Midweek > BlueSQ Bet Prem Dec 6 And what about Stockport v Gateshead... Home team is in the worst form in the league, and guests have two wins in their last four away games (other two were draw). Stockport (2-3-6 at home) are struggling to survive in the league, while Gateshead (6-2-3 away) wants to promotion play-off. Only thing that concerns me is that Gateshead played FA Cup match three days ago and I don't know in what condition are players, and whether it is Stockport team more willing and more rested? @2,15 for away win, is there value?

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And what about Stockport v Gateshead... Home team is in the worst form in the league, and guests have two wins in their last four away games (other two were draw). Stockport (2-3-6 at home) are struggling to survive in the league, while Gateshead (6-2-3 away) wants to promotion play-off. Only thing that concerns me is that Gateshead played FA Cup match three days ago and I don't know in what condition are players, and whether it is Stockport team more willing and more rested? @2,15 for away win, is there value?
These are full-time players so fitness won't be an issue. For me, the price is about fair (if a tick or two higher than mine) and I can't see a huge edge, though Gateshead are the better side by some margin. There's ways to slice and dice the form table and another way of looking at Gateshead is that they've won one in seven in the league - they are not the side started the season so buoyantly. Gateshead are also missing Yemi Odubade up front, and my personal opinion is that they are a bit monochrome as an attacking force without him - his pace is a real loss. They could also do with some bite in midfield. Given that Jim Gannon has been drilling his team (stronger than the one that faced Grimsby) in defensive areas for a week now gives me a notion that they may spring a surprise and get a draw, but I won't be opposing Gateshead.
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