Hi all! It’s been another quiet week on the site, with very little of note on bar some replays and a little foreign football – both of which I’m not so keen on especially during the winter spells where cold weather leads to very tight games – I watched Cheltenham vs Bradford in the week and it was the most boring game I’ve watched live in person…and it was absolutely freezing!
For this part of the weekend – I have formed a 28/1 BTTS 6 fold that looks great value – a mix of games up and down the leagues in England, with one particularly high value selection in there!
I will list all 6 games, and rather than go into each in a lot of depth, will brief over the lot of them otherwise there will be a hell of a lot of writing. Following this there will be an article with four value tips for the 3pm games, while later this evening/early Sunday Cathal’s latest tips on the NFL. He has been in inspired form of late – pretty much all of them winning and things going rather the way he has expected them in the playoffs, with the Super Bowl just around the corner on February the 5th!
Anyway – my 6 tips for the big BTTS accumulator:
Crawley vs Portsmouth @ 1/1 (P-P)
Watford vs Bournemouth @ 4/5
Walsall vs Br Rovers @ 7/10
Hartlepool vs Stevenage @ 8/13
Birmingham vs Blackburn @ 4/5
N Forest vs Br City @ 8/13
For me it’s a case of weather teams are in good form, and playing similar sides of similar form. It helps if they are in the same form. For example, both Forest and Bristol City are in terrible form, conceding plenty but both still scoring on average a goal per game at home/away – wherever they are playing.
Portsmouth are the value pick – heavy favourites against Crawley, but not in good away form – whereas Crawley are one of the best home sides in the league – barely losing and scoring plenty. Hartlepool and Stevenage are both scoring and conceding for fun – Stevenage rather good away, but as mentioned conceded loads.
Bournemouth and Watford are very unpredictable – B’mouth beating Liverpool, but still have conceded a lot of goals lately, and have also lost Nathan Ake. Watford are in a smudge of trouble – their form is awful and manager is under pressure, so this is an ideal chance for both to get 3 points. It ended 2-2 earlier in the season, so I’m hoping it will be similar again.
Blackburn/Birmingham should be a good game – two sides in scoring form – Blackburn have been involved in some thrillers of late – several 3-2’s and a 4-2 as well as 7 BTTS in their last 10 home games. Birmingham too have had 6 BTTS in their last 10 away, with 5 in their last 6 and plenty of good games. Sharp going forward, iffy at the back – perfect combo!
Lastly, Walsall vs Bristol Rovers – the away side have lost at least 5 in a row (away) and look dreadful – but still score enough for this bet to be considered. Walsall are steady at home – 12 BTTS in 17 home games this term. Matty Taylor is in the away side – so a goal for him, or any of the other Rovers forwards who bang them in at home wouldnt surprise me.
Apologies again for the lack of content – however I am not comfortable whacking up anything for the sake of it – it is not our aim to give poor quality tips so when, like the last few weeks the quality of football has been poor, I see it best to take a back seat and see what happens, rather than carrying on regardless and seeing poor results.
Best of luck for the weekend!