A little later than hoped this morning – but better late than never!
Starting to hit some form – 3 winning NAP’s in a row, and 2 doubles of 4/1 in 3 days. Last night the top two tips both won 4-1, with Leicester and Newcastle beating League One and Two opposition repsectively. Today see’s us look more at the corner markets in the Champions League qualifiers:
1. BATE Borisov Over 3.5 Corners @ 6/5 vs Partizan (1945 KO – NAP)
BATE beat Partizan in the first leg, and amassed 10 corners to Partizan’s 4. Over their 5 ties so far, they have had 30 corners at an average of 6 per game, while Partizan have conceded 30 at the same average. Both have had an easier tie in the 1st two games – Partizan faced Dila Gori, while BATE faced Dundalk. This should be a fiery tie, with a red card in the first leg – but I fancy BATE to grab 4-6 corners. They will know one goal for them would see Partizan needing 3, so there will be no sitting back!
2. Man Utd -1 Corner Handicap @ 13/10 vs Club Brugge (1945 KO)
Man Utd won the first leg 3-1, and in terms of corners, they won 10-1! They are 10/11 to win, but Brugge have lost once in 22 home games this year – yes they have not faced anyone like Man Utd, but when you are used to winning at home, it becomes a habit that is hard to break. I like the corners bet as I expected Utd to dominate, and after the first leg Brugge will be very aware of the likes of Depay and Rooney…although they probably would be anyway. This is an excellent price – and very close to being the NAP, but the other game was too good a value!
The double pays around 4.06/1 with Bet365. I do like the corner market bets – completely non-reliant on the result, which means it can take as little as 20 minutes to come in – Monday’s bet on Liverpool Over 4.5 Corners landed before HT – it’s the good thing about using alternate markets really.
Anyway – best of luck!