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UK Weekend > October 28-30

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Only looked up to Friday's games so far, so I'll post on the others later.

QPR do look a good price to me as I just feel they're starting to get some momentum, but I'd be nervous about taking a leap of faith and actually backing them. Brentford are poor away and the ratings just suggest QPR could well be a very big price at 2.80 Bet365

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Hamilton 7/5 bet Fred to beat Dundee. Dundee have sold their best 2 players and released playmaker Gary harkins in august after a breach of discipline and are now paying for that big time. I was there on wednesday when we lost to partick and they look like a team doomed to relegation even at this early stage ( 5/4 to finish in bottom 2 , and 3/1 to finish bottom skybet worth a punt ) we have no goal threat and a defence that will almost always concede they look shot of confidence already and Hamilton are a bogey team / ground to us .  Manager Hartley seems to run out of ideas and this should be an easy win for a Hamilton side just off the back of a home win against Aberdeen. Worth a punt for relegation as well , worst Dundee team in many a year , and I've seen some bad ones over the last 40 years ! 


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QPR v Brentford FC

QPR: Jordan Cousins (10/0 m), Joel Lynch (5/0 d), Yeni N'Gbakoto (5/0 m), Sandro (0/0 m)(all doubtful), Grant Hall (11/0 d), Jake Bidwell (10/0 d), Jack Robinson (0/0 d), Jamie Mackie (0/0 f)

Brentford FC: Lasse Vibe (6/2 f, probably in), Alan McCormack (3/0 m, suspended), Callum Elder (6/0 m), Tom Field (0/0 m), Alan Judge (0/0 m, last season top scorer), Rico Henry (0/0 d)


Daily updated injuries and suspensions information from more then 100 football leagues and competitions worldwide at: www.injuriesandsuspensions.com

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Massive game tonight between QPR and Brentford. Two West London rivals where a defeat could see them falling adrift of the play-off spots. A defeat for QPR would make it back-to-back defeats and the possibility of dropping to just a few spots above the relegation zone if results go against them. A loss for Brentford would mean no win in five league matches and a potential drop down the table. Worryingly, for the Bees, they have only scored 1 goal in their last 4 league games. There lies the problem. QPR to win to nil perhaps?

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Blackburn Rovers v Wolverhampton

Blackburn Rovers: Gordon Greer (12/0 d), Danny Graham (10/2 f)(both doubtful), Derrick Williams (10/0 d), Wes Brown (0/0 d), Adam Henley (2/0 d), Elliott Ward (1/0 d)

Wolverhampton: Joe Mason (11/2 f), Mike Williamson (0/0 d), Michal Zyro (0/0 m), Jordan Graham (0/0 m), Lee Evans (4/0 m)


Cardiff City v Wigan Athletic

Cardiff City: Lee Peltier (12/0 d, probably in), Ashley Richards (8/0 d, doubtful), Rickie Lambert (9/2 f)

Wigan Athletic: Nick Powell (12/1 m, doubtful), Max Power (14/0 m, suspended), Alex Gilbey (8/1 m), Donervon Daniels (1/0 d), Reece James (0/0 d), Andy Kellett (0/0 d)


Sheffield Utd v Milton Keynes Dons

(Richie Barker is in charge of Milton Keynes Dons after manager Karl Robinson left the club.)

Sheffield Utd: Leon Clarke (7/0 f), James Wilson (6/1 d)

Milton Keynes Dons: George Baldock (11/0 d), Kieran Agard (11/4 f, top scorer)(both doubtful), Scott Wootton (1/1 d), Chuks Aneke (0/0 m)


Walsall FC v Coventry City

Walsall FC: Maz Kouhyar (5/0 m), Reece Flanagan (0/0 m), Rory Oliver (0/0 m)

Coventry City: Chris McCann (9/1 m), Chris Stokes (0/0 d), Kwame Thomas (2/0 f), Ivor Lawton (0/0 m)


Morecambe FC v Exeter City

Morecambe FC: Jack Dunn (11/2 m), Aaron Wildig (1/0 m), Dean Winnard (3/0 d)(all doubtful), Andrew Fleming (11/0 m, suspended), Alex Kenyon (7/0 m)

Exeter City: Troy Archibald-Henville (0/0 d), Reuben Reid (6/1 f)(both doubtful), Tom McCready (2/0 m), Troy Brown (4/0 d), Jordan Tillson (3/0 d), Ryan Harley (7/1 m)


Plymouth Argyle v Colchester Utd

Plymouth Argyle: Oscar Threlkeld (9/0 d), Paul-Arnold Garita (3/1 f), Gary Sawyer (5/0 d), Ryan Brunt (0/0 f)

Colchester Utd: Brennan Dickenson (8/3 f), Matt Briggs (0/0 d), Doug Loft (3/0 m), Tom Lapslie (7/0 m), Lewis Kinsella (12/0 d), Owen Garvan (0/0 m), Frankie Kent (0/0 d) Courtney Senior (0/0 m)


Daily updated injuries and suspensions information from more then 100 football leagues and competitions worldwide at: www.injuriesandsuspensions.com

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I would still have Newcastle to win the match, I would imagine Mitrovic will come in for Dwight Gayle if he's out. 

Sheff Utd to beat MK Dons at home. Sheff Utd on good form in the league after their poor first few games and unbeaten in last 10 league games. 

Scunthorpe to beat Swindon. High in confidence, Josh Morris scoring goals for fun. 


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15 hours ago, footy4cast said:

Dwight Gayle out as well by the looks of things...The odds are purely because NUFC beat PNE 6-0 in midweek and do not appear to have given any bearing to home advantage or the fact that PNE had a man sent off early doors in midweek.

Those odds were up 2 days before that match Darrin. Cup matches are a joke these days, I don't get involved or take any notice of them anyway. 

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