Welcome to a new betting blog, brought to you from a tipster who has experience within the industry and is now helping punters take back from the bookies, what is rightfully theirs…money. Over the coming weeks and months, I will be presenting some weekly tips for English leagues and from some of the top European leagues, such as; La Liga, Serie A and the Bundesliga.
Many punters think the way forward is to put their money on long accumulators and try and win a small fortune in one go. For the blog, I will propose to yourselves a long accumulator for the more optimistic readers out there and much smaller bet in the form of ‘doubles’ and ‘trebles’.
This weekend’s football see’s the return of the Premier League, after last week’s FA Cup fixtures. There are some tough matches this weekend and some value may lie elsewhere in the lower divisions. We shall sift through the’no-goes’ and have a look where some profit can be made. The first match of the weekend is a tasty London Derby between, Chelsea and Tottenham for the battle of a Champions League place. Both teams have contrasting form recently. Other than their midweek defeat to Manchester City, the home side have strung a run of victories together and are looking to end the season strongly. Harry Redknapp’s Spurs side have started to falter a little and hoping for a return to form. I would suggest a home victory tomorrow and 10/11 for the victory, Chelsea look good value for the win.
This weekend’s Premier League 8/1 treble is Sunderland, Swansea and Norwich. Looks a good bet on paper, all teams are in good form and are strong at home and should prove difficult for away sides; Wolves, QPR and Everton, respectively.
After Nottingham Forests’ shock 7-3 result at Elland Road midweek, they are at home to Brighton this weekend at can be found at some bookmakers at a price of 11/8, which seems bery good value. Promotion chasers Reading are at home to Blackpool, although the Royals lost midweek, 10/11 at home, seems too good to miss. To make it a tasty treble, joining Reading and Nottingham Forest are Southampton. Although they are short odds, the total of the treble adds upto 6/1.
Sunderland, Swansea and Norwich – 8/1
Reading, Nottingham Forest and Southampton – 6/1
‘The Long One’
– Arsenal, Liverpool, Leicester, Southampton
– Brentford, Colchester, Tranmere, Crawley, Torquay
– Accumulator = 128/1 @ William Hill