Since Wednesday night – 10 winnings tips in the last 12, with 3/3 on NAP’s, a 5/1 double and a 32/1 acca – so hopefully you have made plenty of profit! With that, we go into the weekend brimming with confidence!
The French game in last night’s tips was the big let-down – otherwise three out of four on the 35/1 accumulator with Volendam winning 2-0 for our 4th winning NAP in 5, while Sarajevo won 3-0 in the 3pm game. Genk Score Both Halves landed with relative ease – goals in the 15th and 51st minutes, with a 3rd goal later in the 2nd half, 7/4 an incredible price and well picked if you don’t mind me saying! Originally Dukla Prague and Cracovia were in there, so that shows that if better value crops up always re-consider!
Today – 4 tips picked from my 5 included in the Weekend Preview:
1. Forest Green Win @ 11/10 vs Macclesfield (1500 KO, National League – NAP)
Forest Green lost for the first time in the last few days after a run of 9 wins – and they sit top of the league. Macclesfield on the other hand have lost 6 of their 10 games, and against a superior side should fold like an oregami napkin. Plenty of goals between the sides – 18 in the last 5 meetings. Forest Green are not massive scorers – with less than 20 in the 10 games, but they have an awesome back four, with just half a dozen conceded.
2. Gillingham Win @ 13/8 vs Colchester (1500 KO, SkyBet League One)
Like Forest Green, Gillingham sit top of the league after 7 games (5 wins and 2 draws). Colchester are nearer the bottom, and despite only a couple of losses, they have conceded 15 in 7 games which is shocking. Their only saving grace is playing a lot of teams around them in the table. Gillingham should take full advantage of this and put them to the sword. Bradley Dack in amazing form with Cody MacDonald still in there are dying to grab a couple of goals!
3. Teplice-Mlada Boleslav BTTS + Over 2.5 Goals @ 5/4 (1915 KO, Czech Synot Liga)
Mlada Boleslav: 27 goals in 6 games in 15/16 season (15 in 3 home games) – an average of 4.5 goals overall and 5 per home game.
Teplice: 20 goals in 6 games in 15/16 season (12 in 3 away games) – an average of 3.4 goals overall and 4 goals per away game.
Looking back not a fixture that this market has had success in recently, with scores of 5-0, 0-3, 0-1, 0-1 and 4-0 but with both having a record of 4 BTTS + Over 2.5 Goals in 6 this season – you have to fancy it in this game. Mlada are 8th and Teplice 10th, so despite Mlada Boleslav being overwhelming favourites – it could go either way. Should be a high scorer!
4. Real Madrid-Granada: BTTS + Over/Under 2.5 Goals – No & Over 2.5 @ 6/5 (1500 KO, La Liga)
The only reason this is not higher up is because of Real’s often questionable back four. Casillas has left, meaning the chance of a massive gaff is reduced, while Ramos is out for this game, reducing the chance of a red card, as he is nuts. Real have won their last 3 games 4-0, 5-0 and 6-0, so in all three this bet would have/did land with relative ease. At home they score a load of goals, 9-1 last time vs Granada and 4-0 the time before. Ronaldo needs 3 to break Raul’s record, and with 8 in his last 2, it’s very possible (Jamie’s pointed out that 2+ for CR is 11/10).
For those who are a bit confused by this bet – it’s basically for one side to score at least 3 and not concede. Most bookies offer it, and if they do not they contact them via help or even social media to ask for a price!
For me the England duo are a great double, but here are prices for each (priced up with Bet365):
1. NAP: 1 @ 11/10
2. Double: 1 + 2 @ 4/1
3. Acca: 1-4 @ 26.5/1
Best of luck!