Some people live
FROM playing poker
Are you one of them?
TRY
FOR FREE!


 

click here for more info...
click here for more info...

Imate Blog?

Imate zanimljiv Blog, koji se bavi sportskim kladjenjem? Prijavite ga ovde!
 Opkade uživo..nova dimenzija kladjenja!
William Hill Poker

Počnite da zarađujete od SMS-a
za 5 minuta!
Bez početnih i mesečnih troškova.
fortumo.rs

Betting preview's

 
Now, you have opportunity to take the 200% welcome bonus
at TipBet !

Do not miss this limited time opportunity!!
Just click on the banner below
Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus


18.03.2017

 
England Premier League
 
 

Sunderland 2.66 v Burnley 3.00; The Draw 3.40

As much as I think Burnley are better than Sunderland, and as desperate as I am for the Clarets to win - so that they're still not chasing that first away win of the season when they visit my club Middlesbrough in a few weeks time - it's just impossible to make the Clarets the recommended bet given their dreadful away form.

Sean Dyche's men are without a victory on the road all season, they've taken jus two points from a possible 42, and they've scored just nine goals in their 14 away games played.

It's hard to recommend a team with such poor stats on the road, but I'm sure there will be plenty wanting to back Burnley here given the opposition is Sunderland. Dyche's men have certainly been playing okay on their travels recently and keeping themselves in games; all their defeats since early December have been by single-goal margins and they've faced the likes of Spurs, Man City, Arsenal, and Liverpool in that time.

Sunderland can be very hit and miss; on their day - which admittedly is very rare - they can be very good, like when they held Liverpool and Spurs to draws in front of their own fans, and thrashed Crystal Palace 4-0 away from home.

David Moyes' men have really struggled at the Stadium of Light recently however, those draws with Liverpool and Spurs being the only points they've taken on home soil this calendar year. But those two results do emphasise how tough the Black Cats can be to beat when on a 'going' day.

These two sides met in the FA Cup in early January and that game - also played on Wearside - ended in a stalemate, and I think of the three Match Odds options the Draw has to be the call here. It's hard to be confident about a Sunderland victory at just 2.66 given their home form, and it's impossible to back Burnley at 3.00 given their record on the road this season.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back The Draw @ 3.40

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks



 

Stoke 6.60 v Chelsea 1.64; The Draw 4.10

 

click here for more info...

You can split Chelsea's season to date vaguely into three parts.

The first being the 'finding our feet' months of August and September, where Antonio Conte and his players had some mixed performances, including back-to-back defeats to Liverpool and Arsenal, as they got to understand each other.

Then came the invincible months of October through to December, where the Blues went on a dreamy run of 13 consecutive league wins, recording 10 clean sheets in the process.

And finally came the 'getting the job done' spell. A defeat to Tottenham at the start of 2017 didn't hinder their progress, and they've since built up a 10-point lead at the top of the table without doing anything spectacular. My wager in this match is based on the Chelsea we know now, the 'getting the job done' tea.m

Because that's exactly what Conte's men are doing. They are no longer churning out clean sheet after clean sheet, but they're still winning games. In fact the Blues have now gone five consecutive league games without keeping a clean sheet, conceding goals to Burnley, Swansea, and West Ham in their last three outings.

But Chelsea rarely look in danger of getting beat, so while I don't expect them to romp to a three or four-goal victory at the bet365 Stadium, I do expect them to record another win.

Stoke have been in mixed form of late, but a first half thrashing at Tottenham a few weeks back seems to have re-focussed Mark Hughes' men as they've since won in a canter against goal-shy Middlesbrough before earning an excellent point at Manchester City.

The Potters are usually good for a goal on home soil too, scoring in each of their last six league games in front of their own fans including goals against Everton and Manchester United. And Hughes' men have also scored in each of their last five games against Chelsea. Let's wager that they score again, while ultimately cheering on an away win.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back BTTS & Chelsea Win @ 3.20

 


Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus

 

 

Crystal Palace 1.94 v Watford 4.80; The Draw 3.50

Crystal Palace appear to be gathering up some much needed momentum at exactly the right time of the season, and I fancy they'll take another three points at home to Watford on Saturday afternoon.

The Eagles looked hopelessly in trouble a month ago, failing to gain any sparkle from Sam Allardyce's appointment. But a 2-0 win at Bournemouth was the start of three wins in five games, and now they are confidently looking up the table under a boss who never gets relegated.

Of course, within their last five games was that shocking 0-4 defeat at home to Sunderland, and despite beating Middlesbrough at Selhurst Park recently the Eagles still have the Premier League's worst home record.

But Allardyce's men have now recorded back-to-back wins thanks to an excellent victory over highflying West Brom last week and I believe they are worthy favourites to beat Watford this weekend.

The Hornets have won just two of their last 13 league games and last week conceded four in a home defeat to Southampton. They look safe in the top flight for another season at least - just another win or two is likely to confirm their Premier League status - and I just fancy that a Palace side gaining in confidence and fighting for their lives will have that little too much for them.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet: Exclusively for users of premium bet service! (18.03.2017)

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks


 

 England Championship

 

 

Birmingham 5.10 v Newcastle 1.78; The Draw 3.90

It's been a crazy week in the Championship, mainly off the pitch with a trio of sackings at Derby, Norwich, and Wigan.

The only surprise is that the man I fully expected to get the chop, Gianfranco Zola, is still in charge at Birmingham, though as I said from the minute he was appointed I don't expect him to still be there at the end of the season.

I could be way off the mark of course, Birmingham have been in such poor form that if the board were going to sack Zola you'd have to imagine that they'd have done it by now, so perhaps they're going to stick with him. Though I doubt a heavy home defeat on Saturday will do the former Chelsea player any good.

For almost two seasons one of my favourite bets was to oppose Birmingham at St Andrew's but back them on the road as they had a dreadful home record but picked up regular wins on their travels. Under Zola they're dreadful at home and away!

Brum have lost four of their last five games in front of their own fans and now host the league's best away side in Newcastle. Rafa Benitez's men threw in another shocker at St James' Park last week, but as I've regularly said, if the Magpies don't score within the first half hour in front of their own fans a home defeat is always likely. So the defeat wasn't a total surprise given the way the game panned out.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet: Exclusively for users of premium bet service! (18.03.2017)

 


Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus

 

 

Sheff Wed 1.94 v Reading 4.70; The Draw 3.55

 

click here for more info...

I'm surprised this Friday night cracker isn't on TV, and although I usually prefer to make my weekend selections from Saturday's 3pm games I think there's a good chance that we'll see goals here and therefore I can't pass on the price.

Wednesday are sixth in the table, Reading are fifth, and both are in the biggest danger of falling out of the play-offs should any of the chasers put a decent run together. In fact Fulham in seventh are just a single point behind the Owls and three behind the Royals, and with Norwich and Derby sacking their managers in the last week, those two clubs are more than capable of going on an excellent run.

So the victory on Friday night will be priceless to the side that can grab it, and for that reason I think we'll see an entertaining affair with neither team settling for a point.

By pure coincidence the six-game form of both Sheff Wed and Reading is identical - WLLWDL - and with three defeats each in that spell neither side are at the top of their game right now. Both have been conceding more goals than usual, perhaps as a result of nerves as the season approaches a climax, and hopefully that will continue at Hillsborough tonight.

And down the years this has been a fixture that has traditionally thrown up some big wins. The Royals won 5-0 and 6-0 in consecutive seasons within the last eight years, and the Owls won 5-2 just over three years ago. And their last three meetings have all resulted in both sides getting on the scoresheet.
source:betfair

Recommended Bets
Back Over 2.5 Goals @ 2.20

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks


 

 

Cardiff 1.90 v Ipswich 4.90; The Draw 3.65

Cardiff were one of my selections last week when they were available to back at 1.90 to beat a struggling Birmingham side. They looked all set for victory until an 89th minute goal resulted in a draw, a third stalemate in four games for the Bluebirds.

Neil Warnock's men haven't won in four outings now, though they've only lost one of their last seven so they're clearly tough to beat.

I'm slightly surprised to see Cardiff available to back at 1.90 again on Saturday, and I think that's too short against an Ipswich side that has lost just one of their last 10 in the Championship.

The problem for Mick McCarthy's men however is winning games. They've won just one of those last 10 league games so you don't need to be a rocket scientist to work out that, along with the one defeat, they've drawn the other eight. Currently the Tractor Boys are on a remarkable run of six consecutive draws.

 

It's the obvious selection I know; Cardiff's form has dipped slightly of late and they've drawn three of their last four, while Ipswich have had six stalemates on the trot. You look at the league table and after 37 games of the season just three points separate the two clubs, so there's literally very little between them.
source:betfair

Recommended Bets
Back The Draw @ 3.65

 


SPECIAL OFFER
◄► 1 EUR per DAY!!◄►


PREMIUM bet service subscription on a 30 days period, for just ONE euro per day!
(4 match per day)

Payment options: SKRILL, NETTELER, WESTERN UNION


click here to contact us for subscription


 

 

England League One
 
 
 
 

Millwall 1.65 v Bury 5.50, the draw 4.00


The usually excellent Millwall defence was ripped apart by Tottenham in last Sunday's FA Cup defeat, and whilst the Bury strikeforce of James Vaughan and Tom Pope aren't quite Harry Kane and Son Heung-min, they are still quite a handful in this division. 

Vaughan has surprised plenty of people this term. He collected his 21st goal of the season in a 3-0 victory against Bristol Rovers on Tuesday as the Shakers ended the nine-match unbeaten run of the Pirates. The feeling in the Bury camp seems to be that new boss Lee Clark has vastly raised the standards. That's now four wins from six for Clark - as Bury reside in the relative calmer waters of 18th. 

However, Millwall have been serving us well in terms of their defence and clean sheets recently. Whilst the 1.65 to back is too short to take for a home win, there's no reason not to side again with the hosts keeping Bury quiet here. 

Their defensive record has been immense recently. In their last 14 league matches without defeat (the best unbeaten sequence in the division according to Opta), they have collected a deeply impressive nine clean sheets. Millwall possess the joint-best record for conceding goals at home alongside Sheffield United (13). 

To back up the bet, Bury historically have fared poorly in London. Opta state that Millwall have won five of their last six matches against the Shakers, with Bury managing to score just once in their last eight league visits to The Den.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet 
Back Millwall Clean Sheet 'Yes' @ 2.20

 


Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus

 

 

Fleetwood Town 2.08 v AFC Wimbledon 3.90, the draw 3.65


click here for more info...

I cannot remember the last time I saw Fleetwood trade at odds-on for a home fixture. We can still back Uwe Rosler's men at 2.08 for Saturday, and that's fairly remarkable given they have suffered just one defeat in their last 20 matches, sit second in the table, and have been defeated just twice at Highbury this term.

Opta stats highlight that the Cod Army's record of 30 points in 2017 is the most by any side in League One this year. So the price is still very attractive.

It was rather pleasing to see Fleetwood get back to their mean defensive ways on Tuesday night at Walsall. A 1-0 victory against Jon Whitney's in-form Saddlers was an excellent response to the 4-2 home loss to Bolton. That battering meant that Town lost their brilliant unbeaten record last Saturday, but they were "straight back on it" in terms of the defence.

Rosler had to delve and test the squad strength on Tuesday, and Liverpool loanee Cameron Branngan stepped up to the plate with a batch of expert set-piece deliveries - the best they have seen this season for Town according to reports.

The Dons are dangerous on the road, and have played well recently at Bolton (1-1) and Scunthorpe (1-2). Their big win came on Tuesday though with three points against the MK Dons.

Wimbledon manager Neil Ardley would have noticed how Fleetwood were bullied by Bolton last Saturday, and he can take heart from the fact that his side have scored the most headed goals in League One according to Opta (16). Fleetwood will need giant centre-back Cian Bolger on his mettle.

I consider that Bolton game a blip, Fleetwood appeal again on the Draw No Bet, but I think they will manage to keep this a low-scoring affair once more.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet 
Back Under 2.5 Goals @ 1.90

 

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks


 

 

Southend United 2.00 v Walsall 3.80, the draw 3.40


click here for more info...

Bradford City are the masters of the draw at home in League One this term - with a staggering 12 already at Valley Parade. Going unnoticed however (by me anyway) has been Walsall's liking for a stalemate on the road.With ten draws away from the Banks's Stadium, Walsall have the most in that department on their travels in the third tier. For a top-half side, that is quite surprising. The goals are the problem though, as they have only scored 14 times away.

That stat slightly puts me off the Both Teams To Score here, and that's where I was looking initially. Southend have hit that target 14 times in 18 games at Roots Hall this term, and the BTTS backers have collected in all six of Southend's previous home matches.

Walsall might not score many, but they are quite a good side, and I've mentioned a couple of times recently they have improved. A narrow loss at second-place Fleetwood on Tuesday doesn't totally rule them out winning this game at 3.80. They are only four points behind Southend too.

Opta stats highlight the fact that Walsall haven't won away from home since Boxing Day, whilst Southend played poorly against Bristol Rovers recently, but responded with a 2-0 victory against Coventry. Manager Phil Brown made five changes then.

The Draw looks the trade on the outright, but I might just take a chance with the Under 2.5 bet, as Walsall will want to keep this tight. They managed a 0-0 at Millwall last month, and I will take the same again.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet 
Back Under 2.5 Goals @ 2.00

 

 


SPECIAL OFFER
◄► 1 EUR per DAY!!◄►


PREMIUM bet service subscription on a 30 days period, for just ONE euro per day!
(4 match per day)

Payment options: SKRILL, NETTELER, WESTERN UNION


click here to contact us for subscription


 

 

England League Two

 

Hartlepool 3.40 v Wycombe 2.40; the draw 3.50

This column has made plenty of profits out of odds that just don't make sense, in the belief that the layers haven't quite called the form and abilities of teams correctly.

Jeff Stelling, Hartlepool's president, might not have had a huge amount to shout about when hosting his Sky show on a Saturday afternoon, but Pool's fortunes have improved in recent weeks, especially at home where they have three draws and three notable wins, most recently 4-0 over Crewe, then 3-1 over Exeter.

And on Tuesday Dave Jones' men finally managed to turn that promising home form into an away win - their first points in seven games on their travels and first win in 14 attempts away.

That away win came against one of the form teams of League Two, Cambridge United. It will give them huge confidence. Brad Walker returned at centre-back to put in a big performance alongside Scott Harrison, whose presence was also recognised by reviewers.

Skipper Nicky Featherstone seems in good form, while Lewis Alessandra remains in good form, supplying scorer Michael Woods with an assist having scored four goals in the previous three games. Padraig Amond will also be looking to gain scorers' bragging rights here.

Wycombe, in fairness, have drawn with two of the division's in-form teams recently, Plymouth on Tuesday preceded by Blackpool on Saturday - and they did win their last away game, at hit-and-miss Grimsby.

They are finding their feet again after their FA Cup exit to Tottenham winning just twice in 11 games since, averaging a goal a game and conceding 18.

Gareth Ainsworth can point to absentees such as Dominic Gape (who returned against Plymouth) and in particular striker Scott Kashket for a stalled push for the play-offs, while Bayo Akinfenwa and Paris Cowan-Hall are left to chase the chances. But they simply don't score enough goals to be serious promotion contenders. They have netted 45, while every team in the top nine has scored at least 53. That gives the hosts every chance of another victory, although possibly not quite as emphatic as their recent two.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back Hartlepool @ 3.40

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks


 


Yeovil 3.20 v Accrington 2.50; the draw 3.50

Huish Park might be a strange place to go hunting for goals, considering that Yeovil have only scored five in six games - yet they have scored them all in the last two matches.

Ben Whitfield, on loan from Bournemouth, has really been raved about recently, topping off a fine performance at Barnet on Wednesday with a goal, something Francois Zoko could do well to emulate.

Having become the latest team to deny new Bees boss Kevin Nugent a first win, what will the Glovers make of in-form Accrington?

 

Darren Way must be looking forward to dealing with League Two's form team over six games (14 points) and third best team over 10 matches (19 points) who seem to be on a role.

Accrington have not conceded a goal in three games, and stuck five past hapless Leyton Orient on Tuesday. There is often a lull after such a large victory. However, they have scored two goals in each of their last three away games - and four at Mansfield the time before that.

It is quite possible that over 3.5 goals at 3.70 could be rewarded, while John Coleman's visitors could have the edge, through Billy Kee or Shay McCartan snatching a goal. Sean McConville is a huge danger man, having been involved in Accrington's last six goals, say Opta, scoring two and producing the assists for four. Defender Matthew Pearson has even knocked in a few recently and Stanley are entitled to look up the table rather than down.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back Accrington @ 2.50

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks


 


Luton 2.20 v Exeter 3.50; the draw 3.60

Paul Tisdale has nicely complicated the betting by changing up his team and earning Exeter a victory in midweek against Cheltenham without young star Ollie Watkins.

Now what does he do? It appears the presence of the teenager might have been restricting the talents of Reuben Reid, who was top scorer for Plymouth in the last two seasons but plays with his back to goal when Watkins is in the side. David Wheeler makes a more natural fit, in that sense, but Watkins, reveal Opta, has scored nine goals in away games, more than any other Exeter player and one in each of his last two appearances.

Tisdale served up Jack Storey, on loan from Reading, into the team having been dropped against Accrington and so now Nathan Jones must decide what to defend against: he will know the strength of the Grecians' players, just not which ones he will face.

Luton are also a side looking to find the best combination of players for the run-in. Glen Rea has been restored to centre-back and is also a threat going forward at set pieces. He looked good alongside Alan Sheehan as the Hatters secured a goalless draw at Carlisle.

The question for Jones is how far forward can Pelly-Ruddock Mpanzu be allowed to go or Luke Gambin, to support Danny Hylton? There is a strong argument that Watkins will return for the visitors because of the open football that Luton will offer him the chance to play. But is it the best for Exeter? Tisdale can out-think his opposite number as he seeks to hold the visitors' position in the top seven.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back Exeter @ 3.50

 


Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus

 


Newport County 3.30 v Blackpool 2.50; the draw 3.50

Ryan Bird believes County can beat anyone. Well, every player in every team believes that. The Exiles have been proving it in the past week or so, though, under yet another new boss Michael Flynn. They are now off the foot of the table, on goal difference.

They gave away a replica shirt to all 48 away fans at Morecambe, which was a great gesture, but it will be how Tom Owen-Evans, and others such as Alex Samuel, make the most of their continuing chances that will make the difference in the run-in.

Can they further close the gap to third-bottom place and safety? There seems a sense of relief all round after Graham Westley was sacked as manager. However, much will depend on whether Mark Randall - persona non grata under their previous boss - can thwart the Seasiders, who finally converted a penalty to win at Stevenage.

They have missed five this season, which has been calculated as the difference between challenging for the top-seven and the top-three. So it must have been a relief when Mark Cullen netted against Stevenage, Opta pointing out that he has scored in three of his last four outings for the Seasiders, each goal being the game's first.

Their good form has coincided with Dean Lyness replacing Sam Slocombe in goal, but the latter is now available again after injury. Gary Bowyer would have to think hard about replacing Lyness, but promises not to rush striker Kyle Vassell back from injury.

It is interesting - and a little bit odd - that Newport were 2.80 to win at Morecambe but are longer to win at home (on a terrible pitch which is therefore to their advantage). The Welsh club must look on this as a chance to pick up a further positive result.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back Newport and Blackpool to draw @ 3.50

 
 
Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus
 
 
 

16.03.2017

 

UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE 

 

Borussia Monchengladbach v Schalke
Thursday March 16, 20:05
Live on BT Sport

click here for more info...

These two sides will meet for the third time this month on Thursday. They drew the first leg 1-1, and Gladbach stuffed Schalke 4-2 in the league. Schalke were much improved in Gelsenkirchen, and would've carved out a first-leg lead if Foals keeper Yann Sommer hadn't been on top form.

Both sides have excellent attacking players who are on form. If Gladbach skipper Lars Stindl recovers from a hip injury, he'll hope to continue a run that seen him involved in seven goals in his last five appearances. His attacking partner-in-crime Raffael should return, after missing the weekend's 2-1 defeat in Hamburg with a virus.

Schalke's Guido Burgstaller scored twice in Sunday's 3-0 win over Augsburg, and the burly Austrian has slammed in six goals in all competitions since signing from second-division Nurnberg in the winter window.

Both defences have gaps to exploit. Gladbach were very shaky at Hamburg at the weekend, while Schalke haven't looked the same since Brazilian veteran Naldo was ruled out for the rest of the season.

These teams shared out six goals in the corresponding league fixture, and I fancy goals again. Four of the last six meetings between the sides have featured at least three goals, and I expect both coaches (Dieter Hecking and Markus Weinzierl) to decide that attack is the best form of defence.
source:betfair


Recommended Bet
Back Over 2.5 Goals at 1.92

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks



Ajax v Copenhagen
Thursday March 16, 20:05
Live on BT Sport

For a team with a proven European pedigree (four European Cups and one UEFA Cup), it's been a lean time for Ajax. They haven't been to the quarter-finals of a major European trophy since 2003, and they haven't won one since 1995, the team of Patrick Kluivert, Edgar Davids, Edwin Van der Sar and Frank Rijkaard.

Now a place in the Europa League quarter-finals is up for grabs, with Ajax only 2-1 down from their first leg against Copenhagen in Denmark. They became the first opposition to score at the Parken since August in the first leg, and their own home form suggests they can turn the tie in their favour, as they have won 15 of their last 16 matches in all competitions at the Amsterdam Arena.

Copenhagen have had some great results in this season's European competition, with wins at Club Brugge in the Champions League and Ludogorets in the Europa League. However, all-action midfielder Thomas Delaney has joined Werder Bremen, and he's just the kind of player you need when you're trying to dig out a result away from home. Defender Mathias Jorgensen is also absent, as he is suspended.

Ajax have won all four of their Europa League home games, and even without the suspended Davy Klaasen, I suspect they'll just about get over the line here.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back Ajax to qualify at 1.93

Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks


 


Besiktas v Olympiakos
Thursday 16 March, 18:00
Live on BT Sport

Besiktas are in pole position to reach the quarter-finals after a hard-fought 1-1 draw in Greece against Olympiakos. The Turkish champions went a goal down in Athens, but levelled after a poor clearance, and then made chances that could've led to a precious away victory.

Besiktas drew all of their Champions League home games, against Dynamo Kiev, Benfica and Napoli. Having avoided defeat against that lot, I'd expect them to be able to get the job done against an Olympiakos side that isn't quite as dominant in Greece this season, and that hasn't really impressed in European competition.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back Besiktas -0.5 & -1.0 on the Asian Handicap at 1.90

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks


 


Krasnodar v Celta Vigo
Thursday March 16, 18:00
Live on BT Sport

I must admit I underestimated Celta Vigo ahead of the previous round's action against Shakhtar Donetsk. Trailing 1-0 from the first leg in northern Spain, Celta grabbed a questionable late penalty right at the end of the second leg in Kharkiv, and went on to win the tie.

This time Celta take a 2-1 lead to Russia, as they look to advance against Krasnodar. The Bulls have built up a reputation recently as a team who are very strong at home in European competition, but their move to a brand-new state-of-the-art stadium (the 360 degree video wall is awesome) has removed the fear factor for opposition sides. Krasnodar have only won one of their three European games at the new ground.

Celta have only lost two of their last seven matches, and one of those was a routine dismemberment at Barcelona. I won't make the mistake of underestimating them again.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back Celta Draw No Bet at 2.24

 

Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus

 


14.03.2017


England League One

 

Oldham Athletic 3.45 v Oxford United 2.36


Oxford boss Michael Appleton fired off an interesting post-match comment following his side's 2-1 victory at Peterborough on Saturday. He said that he found the game almost "too easy" at times, something that is unlikely to be heard in the aftermath of Tuesday's trip to Boundary Park. Surely this will be a harder test?

It's not often you hear that sort of quote. The managers' union meant little to Appleton apparently. It must be said though, Peterborough are a very fragile team at the moment, and Oxford continued their fine away form of five successive victories.

Unsurprisingly their odds are slightly on the cramped side. Rightly so, as Appleton's men have won more on their travels than at home. They also score plenty on the road; netting 27 times, failing to score in just three matches during that run.

 

However, Oldham's pitch is not conducive for the visitors and their pass and move game. The poor state of the surface was evident in Oldham's 0-0 home draw with Bury on Saturday. In truth, that was a game neither wanted to lose. There was very little creativity, and both were extremely cautious. It was a scrappy affair between two relegation candidates - so we shouldn't have expected too much.

The Latics really struggle to score goals - and I'm happy to take the Under 2.5 here. They have netted just 12 at home all season, and head into Tuesday night with just three goals in their last six matches.

Oxford are in-form on the road, but it's the sort of match that Oldham boss John Sheridan will be the happier of the two with a point, as he will know the importance of not losing this game considering they are just two points above the drop.

From Oldham's last 18 matches, 15 have ended Under 2.5. They don't score many, but they don't concede many at home either - and their record of shipping just 15 stands up to the likes of Millwall, Sheffield United and Bolton.
source:betfair


Recommended Bet 
Back Under 2.5 Goals @ 1.85 

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks


 

Walsall 2.70 v Fleetwood Town 2.80, the draw 3.50


Fleetwood finally let me down on Saturday - and how. Their 18-game unbeaten run was ended by Bolton, who collected a rampaging 4-2 success at Highbury.

It was quite a performance from Phil Parkinson's team, who had just 38% possession but executed their set-piece plans with clinical efficiency. The Cod Army, who have been so good at defending this season, couldn't stand up to the physical onslaught from Wanderers - who bullied their way to victory and had a massive height advantage. The pinpoint delivery of Felipe Morais was a big help - it was commented afterwards that his set-pieces were of Championship quality.

That loss doesn't make Fleetwood a bad team overnight, and back away from home might suit them, as they have excelled on the counter-attack for much of their unbeaten run.

I also believe that Town boss Uwe Rosler will be furious at the amount of goals conceded, as prior to Saturday's defeat they had kept ten clean sheets in the 18-match sequence without defeat. He'll demand a better defensive display, and a reversion maybe to their form of six clean sheets in nine games before Saturday.

The market is very close here, as Walsall are playing well. So well in fact, they are now just five points away from the playoff places.

The Saddlers looked a quality team for the first 45 minutes in Saturday's 1-1 draw at Charlton. They dominated the first half and should have killed off the game in the second with a string of missed chances. Manager Jon Whitney said a spell of 20 minutes early in the game was their best of the season both home or away.

All six of Walsall's recent matches have ended up Under 2.5, and if Fleetwood get back to their defensive best, that's the way I am leaning for Tuesday night.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet 
Back Under 2.5 Goals @ 1.85

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks


 

Charlton Athletic 3.25 v Bradford City 2.44, the draw 3.40


Charlton boss Karl Robinson said he was "exhausted" on Saturday following the 1-1 draw at home with Walsall. To clarify, the exhaustion was due to the relentless amount of games in League One rather than watching the performance against the Saddlers. Although the first 45 minutes was one of the poorest halves of football they have produced this term.

In fact, not only was Robinson tired, but the players looked thoroughly jaded too. I'm not sure they're in the best shape heading into Tuesday's fixture - and that tiredness is a worry considering Robinson has had to deal with absentees and injuries.

In short, the Addicks are not a good team, although I'm hardly Eddie Shoestring in discovering that. They are in 14th, not playing well, and no one quite knows what system Robinson is playing. They did run and hassle in Saturday's second half, but I'm a bit worried about the quick turnaround from that to Tuesday.

Bradford are a decent team, whereas Charlton looked inferior to Walsall, especially in Saturday's first half, and that has to be a big worry against Stuart McCall's outfit.

The Bantams produced two moments of quality to win at Coventry recently, and overcame quite a poor surface in doing so. Tony McMahon could be a key man here, as his set-piece delivery is excellent.

I think the 2.44 is a fair enough price, especially as City have picked up eight victories on the road this term. However, they draw too many, so for that reason the extra bit of insurance of the Draw No Bet comes into play.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet 
Back Bradford Draw No Bet 1.80

 


SPECIAL OFFER
◄► 1 EUR per DAY!!◄►


PREMIUM bet service subscription on a 30 days period, for just ONE euro per day!
(4 match per day)

Payment options: SKRILL, NETTELER, WESTERN UNION


click here to contact us for subscription


 

England League Two

 

Morecambe 2.84 v Newport County 2.80; the draw 3.40

Even the tone of the local paper online seems happy that Graham Westley has been ejected from the position of manager at Newport County.

The former manager was always talking about Tom Owen-Evans and others from the academy, but never gave them the chance. Owen-Evans impressed in midfield in the comeback win at Crewe, where Joss Ladabie was captain on his first start since before Christmas.

Mike Flynn, the Exiles' third manager of the season, says they will not go down without a fight and added that Ben Tozer and Mark Randall could be back in the squad soon, having been ousted by Westley a few weeks ago. Only he said that he had tried ringing Tozer and had no reply. Clearly the pair have not been training with County, their youth side or any side. Which is a bit of a worry. He admits they will not be match fit.

Westley himself, back in football exile, says Newport's win at Crewe was, in part, down to the return from injury of Ladabie, Sean Rigg and David Pipe who had been out injured while he was there. Westley says he was "relieved" to leave, while many fans would argue they were relieved to see him go. There certainly seemed some relief and new belief in the victory at Crewe.

Whatever the reasons for improvement, the visitors to The Globe Arena do seem reinvigorated and the Shrimps have suffered a couple of setbacks.

Dean Winnard might have been restored to the back three after the death of his brother, but it did them little good as they conceded three goals for the second game running, against Yeovil. Michael Rose's return here, after a two-match suspension, cannot come soon enough it seems, to organise Jim Bentley's men during matches.

Paul Mullin both missed chances for the hosts, who rarely score more than once in a game but who had, until the 3-1 defeat at Blackpool, only conceded seven goals in 11 games in 2017.

They are safe from relegation, while Newport need to play further catch-up very quickly and could be great value at the price.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back Newport County @ 2.80

 


 

Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus Tipbet Sports 200% Welcome Bonus

 


 


Blackpool 2.16 v Stevenage 3.80; the draw 3.70


The trouble in the past couple of weeks has been being able to pick the teams in form at a decent price. Stevenage are both, but does this fixture have the third, vital ingredient? Is it a game they can win?

When you have just been to Kenilworth Road and defeated a side who had suffered only one defeat in 10 matches and the answer has to be a resounding "yes". Let's not forget that the Hatters are battling equally hard for not only a play-off spot but possibly automatic promotion.

Darren Sarll's men are on an unbeaten nine game run and have won eight of those League Two matches, keeping four clean sheets, letting in no more than one goal in each of the other five games and scoring 21 goals.

Sarll even avoided the manager of the month curse at Luton, where a recipient typically loses their next game. Matt Godden was also player of the month for February, during which he scored eight of his 19 league goals this season. Tom Pett and Ben Kennedy are other players in form and delighting their manager.

The reason "the Boro" as they are still known despite dropping the second word in their former name, are so long to actually win is that Blackpool are unbeaten at Bloomfield Road in six games, the last time losing to Mansfield on January 2. However, five of those six games have been draws, against the not entirely top teams: Yeovil, Colchester, Crawley, Crewe and Barnet.

The hosts also have their players in scoring form including Brad Potts, a defender who remains their top scorer with 10, alongside striker Kyle Vassell. Mark Cullen has also grabbed a couple recently while Jordan Flores has settled in nicely from Wigan on loan with a couple.

Overall, Gary Bowyer's side have one defeat in 10 games, six of them draws, scoring 17 and conceding 11, so the two sides have similar scoring records, while Stevenage's defence is slightly better, giving them an edge to win, just as much as being four points behind third-placed Portsmouth gives them huge incentive. The away win is worth the chance.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back Stevenage @ 3.80

 

 


Wycombe 2.60 v Plymouth 3.10; the draw 3.40

Plymouth have scored in 88% of their away games. They have the best away record in League Two, winning 11 and drawing two, with a goal difference of +11.

Derek Adams' men haven't been in the best of form in recent weeks, but have started to show their spark again with 2-0 wins on consecutive Saturdays.

The Pilgrims really need to overturn one statistic however - they have lost all their Tuesday night games in League Two in 2017. Quite what it is about midweek league games which scares Graham Carey, Jake Jervis, Matt Kennedy and co is a mystery. But they need to solve it quickly and can do so at Adams Park.

Bayo Akinfenwa is one player Plymouth will have to keep quiet, along with Paris Cowan-Hall. There is also the little matter getting past Jamal Blackman, a goalkeeper on loan from Chelsea whom Gareth Ainsworth believes could hold his own in the Premier League. They are unbeaten in three games but Plymouth, after holding Mansfield at bay and finding an opening, ought to be able to prize them open somehow.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back Plymouth @ 3.10

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks


 


Wednesday March 15
Barnet 2.10 v Yeovil 4.00; the draw 3.65


Five games in to his first full managerial appointment, Kevin Nugent is still trying to find his first win. Three draws are the best his new charges have done, two of them 2-2. Teams of varying qualities have been held, from Portsmouth to Blackpool and Crawley.

The Bees boss has one of the division's most prolific strikers, John Akinde, to call upon. He has scored roughly half his side's goals.

Barnet have a divisional high (shared with Blackpool) leight home draws. Yeovil, meanwhile, have seven draws away, joint second with a number of teams and only pipped by Carlisle's eight.

Darren Way would love it if they could turn some of those into wins, but for the moment has to be satisfied with mid table security, the win at Morecambe being against the grain in terms of number of goals scored per game. Three, from Matt Butcher, Alex Lacey and Bevis Mugabi, followed a run of four games without scoring. The previous three games to that were 1-1 draws. There is every chance of another game finishing level here.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back Barnet and Yeovil to draw @ 3.65

 

 


11.03.2017


 

England Premier League

 

Bournemouth 2.64 v West Ham 2.86; The Draw 3.40

Bournemouth ended a four-game losing run when they held Manchester United to a spirited draw at Old Trafford last Saturday when playing the whole of the second half with just 10 men.

The dismissal prompted Eddie Howe to change his team's set-up and mentality, and it was effectively an exercise of defending for the remainder of the game, but credit to the Cherries for holding out and securing a vital away point.

The concern I have however, is that when Bournemouth had 11 men on the pitch the game was wide open and their defence looked all over the place. How United didn't score two or three in the first 20 minutes remains a mystery, but it's easy to see why Howe's man have conceded so many goals this calendar year.

Bournemouth are without a win in nine games in 2017 and they've conceded an alarming 24 goals in that time, and sitting just five points above the drop zone the pressure is most definitely on to get a few more wins on the board as soon as possible.

The Match Odds market just favours a home win but I think it's hard to make Bournemouth favourites here given their current form, their defensive problems, and the fact that Tyrone Mings will be missing through suspension.

West Ham lost narrowly at home to Chelsea on Monday night but as I alluded to prior to that match the Hammers have a dreadful record at home to the top six clubs, and they've been far more consistent on their travels in recent months.

In fact Slaven Bilic's men have lost just once away from home in the league since narrowly losing to Tottenham almost four months ago. They drew at Manchester United and Liverpool in that time, thrashed Swansea at the Liberty Stadium, and recorded two-goal victories over both Middlesbrough and Southampton. Strong away form indeed.

I'd understand the market favouring Bournemouth if the south coast club were in any semblance of form, but they're not, and given West Ham's recent away form I have to side with Bilic's men here.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back West Ham to Win @ 2.86 

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks


 


Everton 1.68 v West Brom 6.20; The Draw 4.00

By no means a confident selection but I just have to oppose Everton at an odds-on price against the club immediately below them in the table.

I had huge reservations about the Toffees earlier in the season, reservations about their ability to finish in the top six that is, and I even laid them to finish in the top 10. I've had my fingers burnt with the latter bet of course as Ronald Koeman's men have been in fine form of late and now look certain to finish in the top half of the table.

But they're still a long way from being a top six side for me, and this is exactly the type of game that proved very profitable - by laying the Toffees - earlier in the season when Everton, as short-priced favourites, failed to beat the likes of Bournemouth, Palace, Burnley, Swansea, and Hull.

The five clubs I've just mentioned are all sitting 12th or lower in the table, and I fully expected West Brom to be in and around those positions also, but Tony Pulis' side have been much better than that this season.

The Baggies have a terrific record against clubs below them in the table, so it's a slight worry that Everton are above them, and of course they go to Goodison Park on the back of a very disappointing home defeat to Crystal Palace last weekend. But this is a decent West Brom side, and one that I'm happy to forgive one bad result.

It's worth pointing out, that although the Baggies have a poor record against teams in the top six, they actually haven't lost away from home to any club seventh or lower in the table since the beginning of September.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Lay Everton to Win @ 1.69

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks


 


Hull 2.52 v Swansea 3.20; The Draw 3.40

click here for more info...The relegation six-pointers keep on coming in the Premier League, and for the likes of Sunderland, Palace, Middlesbrough, and of course the hosts here Hull, this is a massive one.

If the Tigers avoid defeat then it keeps Swansea right in the thick of it, but if Paul Clement's men were to win they'd move eight points clear of the drop zone, and at this stage of the season that sort of gap, with five or six clubs below them (and not just three), their top flight status would be all but guaranteed.

And it's for that reason that I believe we'll see goals in this match. A draw for the Swans will be a decent result of course, but the victory would be absolutely massive, and given that a defeat won't really change much I just don't see any reason why Clement won't set his side up to go for the win.

The Welsh side are in great form having won four of their last six league games. Even in away defeats to Man City and Chelsea they performed very well, and they've actually scored a very impressive 12 goals in those last six matches, including five in three away games.
click here for more info...
So I can easily see Swansea getting on the scoresheet at the KCOM Stadium, but I don't think they'll have it all their own way.

The Tigers have looked far better under new boss Marco Silva, and it can be argued that they've been held back slightly by an incredibly tough run of fixtures. Games against Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea were always going to be tough, and last week Hull had the misfortune of bumping into a Leicester side more akin to last season's Premier League champions rather than the relegation candidates they've become this term.

Having said that, Hull did beat United in the league cup, and they beat Liverpool on home soil, and given that they know that defeat is out of the question here I fancy they'll try to attack Swansea, which will hopefully lead to an entertaining game with both sides getting on the scoresheet.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back Both Teams to Score @ 1.90

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks



 England Championship

 


Newcastle 1.88 v Fulham 4.70; The Draw 3.90

From early on in the season I've always felt that - to use a racing term - Newcastle like to blast from the gates early and try to lead from start to finish.

A lot of the Magpies' victories this term have been secured when they've scored early in a game, while most of their defeats have come when the opposition has frustrated them and prevented that early goal going in.

From Newcastle's last eight victories, they took a first half lead in seven of them; only their recent win over Brighton - when they scored twice in the dying stages - went against their usual, and no doubt preferred, method of victory.

And that win over Brighton, plus the away win at Huddersfield and draw at Reading confirmed Newcastle's excellent form and class at this level. Going into a three-game run of fixtures against the teams in second, third, and fourth - all away from home - looked daunting, but Rafa Benitez's men took seven points from a possible nine. A job very well done indeed.

Fulham are the visitors to St James' Park on Saturday afternoon and they're also in decent form, having won four and drawn two of their last six league games. The problem is, the Cottagers always concede goals; eight in those last six games for example. They're obviously out-scoring the opposition at times, but I don't think their style of play will match up against Newcastle.

The teams that have frustrated Newcastle in their own backyard have gone to the north-east intent on defending. I don't think Fulham have that in their game. I could be completely wrong of course, but I'm expecting an open affair here and that should enable the hosts to take all three points.

But I'm prepared to go with the trend of Newcastle leading at the interval before going on to secure victory. Benitez's men will relish the prospect of getting at Fulham early, and a price of 3.10 about Newcastle HT/Newcastle FT looks very appealing.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet
Back Newcastle HT/Newcastle FT @ 3.10
 

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks


 


Norwich 1.74 v Blackburn 5.70; The Draw 4.00

Ignoring anyone at home to hapless Rotherham (because that team will always be long odds-on) Norwich are the shortest-priced side to win in the Championship this weekend. And that really gets my attention.

Norwich, a team that hasn't won in five games, one that was thrashed 5-1 at Sheffield Wednesday last weekend, and the same Canaries side that could only take a single point in two games against relegation-threatened Burton and Bristol City, are just 1.74 to win against a revitalised Blackburn side.


So for the third game running I'm sticking with the 'new manager bounce' theory.

True, Blackburn needed a late goal to avoid defeat against Cardiff in midweek but they performed extremely well in that game. In fact they dominated proceedings and new boss Tony Mowbray was left extremely frustrated that his side couldn't take the three points.

But that game proved that the Rovers boys are still busting a gut to impress Mowbray, and as so often happens when a club changes manager performance levels have gone up quite markedly.

Blackburn are unbeaten in four since the former Celtic, Middlesbrough, and West Brom boss took over at Ewood Park, and up against a team that is on another long winless run, and one that has conceded 11 goals in their last five matches, I just don't see why the away side is such a big price here.

I wouldn't put anyone off backing Blackburn to win at 5.70, but I'll take the slightly more cautious approach by getting the draw on my side also.
source:betfair

Recommended Bets
Lay Norwich to Win @ 1.75

 


 

SPECIAL OFFER
◄► 1 EUR per DAY!!◄►


PREMIUM bet service subscription on a 30 days period, for just ONE euro per day!
(4 match per day)

Payment options: SKRILL, NETTELER, WESTERN UNION


click here to contact us for subscription

 


 


Cardiff 1.90 v Birmingham 4.90; The Draw 3.65

I rarely go a week without having a wager that is simply based on one team, and this week that team is Birmingham. I'd happily oppose them against the Dog & Duck right now.

There just seems to be no sign of life in Gianfranco Zola's side, and if we're being honest, there hasn't been since the Italian controversially took over from Gary Rowett in the middle of December.

I've mentioned the new manager bounce quite a lot in recent weeks, but it can work the other way also. Admittedly it's rare that a manager is sacked with his club going well, but that's what happened at Birmingham. It seemed the players were happy, and things were going smoothly at St Andrew's. Then Zola came in.

I'm not suggesting for one second that Zola is completely to blame, but it's pretty evident to me that the Birmingham players have dropped a level or two performance wise since Rowett departed.

The Blues have won just two of their 17 games played under Zola, and in midweek they were awful against a Wigan side deep in relegation trouble. They were booed off the pitch at both half and full time, and Zola admitted after the match that the performance was unacceptable.

I just can't help but feel that a change is needed. In fact a change should never have been made in the middle of December.

Cardiff are in decent, if not spectacular form, but they've improved massively since Neil Warnock took over and now sit very comfortably in mid-table. They beat struggling Rotherham 5-0 on home soil a few weeks ago before earning a very respectable 2-2 draw against Fulham, so they're a tough nut to crack in front of their home fans having lost just once in five games at the Cardiff City Stadium.

But as I said at the outset, this selection is very much based on the poor form of Birmingham and I really fancy a home win here.
source:betfair

Recommended Bets
Back Cardiff to Win @ 1.90

 


bet like a pro
click here & find PREMIUM bet picks



 

England League One

 

Bristol Rovers 2.42 v Southend United 3.10, the draw 3.45


I like to have a scan of all the games on the fixture list to get a feel for an outcome before deciding which matches are picked, and my first impression for this was to back the draw. The Opta stats make me lean this way too; as the last four league meetings between the two have ended in stalemates.

Indeed, Rovers have shown a liking recently for picking up draws, and considering I have been hollering about Bradford's penchant for such, I feel I am a bit late to the party with the Pirates. In February, all six of their games ended in draws - a nice tidy profit for those backing at 5/2 or thereabouts every time. Even better for those that got involved in correct scores - as four were 1-1, and two finished 0-0. 

Whether you want to back a team at home with a 2.42 asking price is another matter. Saturday's 0-2 win at Oxford was their first away victory in five months, and also their first success in seven matches. 

This match is 7th against 9th, and only three points separate the two. Shrimpers' boss Phil Brown has described this as the most important week of the season, and they need to fire again after a slightly below-par performance against Port Vale last weekend.

Brown mentioned too many of the top players had 'off days', but they do score away from home. Peterborough were beaten by Southend 1-4 last month, and the Essex team also turned over Oxford.

I wouldn't put you off backing the visitors Draw No Bet, but I prefer going with the draw here. It could be low-scoring too, as Clarke seems to have shifted from the goal-happy side earlier in the season to an Under 2.5 team - as all seven of their recent matches have ended that way.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet 
Back the draw @ 3.45 

 


GO INSIDE OF THE WORLD'S FAVOURITE SPORTS BETTING SITE WITH 100% MORE MONEY!

If for any reason you are not satisfied (in what we seriously doubt) simply withdraw your money!

 Bet on our tips with their money!
 
●●► exclusive through this baner ●●►
click here and grab your 100% bet bonus

 

Gillingham 3.55 v Scunthorpe United 2.18. the draw 3.60


click here for more info...There are a couple of puzzling teams in League One at the moment. Rochdale are one, and they seem to have dropped out of the playoff race. The other is Scunthorpe - who were the leaders, but they are eight without a victory and have slipped out of the automatic places.

The Iron were beaten again (three in succession now) on Tuesday, and lost to a mediocre Charlton team at the Valley, They struggled to create anything worthwhile, and they again showed their problem of starting games slowly.

Scunthorpe beat Gillingham 5-0 in the reverse fixture this term, but Graham Alexander's team just cannot find their form. It's a pretty risky price to be honest at 2.18 considering their run of LLLDDDLL.

Gillingham are hardly the great Ajax team of the 70s, and according to Opta stats; they haven't kept a clean sheet in any of their last five home matches against Scunthorpe since a 0-0 draw back in 1996.

The 'goals against' column has been problematic all season for the Kent club - with just two clean sheets this 2016/17. However, the stats on the Both Teams To Score market are impressive. All ten of Gillingham's recent games have hit the target, whilst seven of the ten have been Over 2.5 Goals. The Gills have now scored 15 in ten, so they could be worth a goal on Saturday.click here for more info...

If you are looking at first goalscorer markets or to score anytime, Scunthorpe's Kevin van Veen's last five goals have been scored away from home.

With the need for Scunthorpe to pick up points, I can't really see them going to Priestfield looking for a dull draw - they need the points to keep tabs with Fleetwood and Sheffield United, so I'll be looking to the BTTS market and for Gillingham to deliver again.
source:betfair

Recommended Bet 
Back 'Yes' Both Teams To Score @ 1.80

 


00_william_hill_baner_100.jpg

Go inside of the new season of betting  supported with 100% more money with Bet365!✔

Open Account at Bet365, invest EUR 100 and get a bonus 100%
Bet on our tips with their money!(only for those who register for the first time)

exclusive through this baner ●●►
click here and grab your 100% bet bonus

 

click here for more info... click here for more info... click here for more info...