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17/18 season bets

Discussion in 'Sports Betting' started by gashead88, Aug 5, 2017.

  1. Beast

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    West Brom, Swansea, Brighton, Watford tonight at just over 4/1.
     
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    My HT one tonight was Norwich, Leeds, Brighton and Wednesday, although I didn't spot Wednesday wasn't a HT score and as soon as I put the bet on, they went 1-0 down...
     
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    cashed out when West Brom Swansea and Brighton were winning and Watford were drawing so made a bit of profit luckily.
     
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    Dagenham might be good for >2.5 again this weekend against Bromley. The latter have been pretty sound defensively so far this season, but not played anyone with, on paper, as good a attacking options as Dagenham. They've played Macclesfield, who never seem to score many goals, a Miller-less Dover etc. Bromley are apparently looking good going forward this season and against Dagenham's leaky defence so far, it might be worth something, whilst also noting Bromley scored 6 of their 10 against Orient, so 4 in 4 in the others.

    Boreham Wood at 4/1 at Tranmere seems generous given their respective starts to the season. Tranmere can't seem to buy a goal at the minute, nevermind a win, whilst Wood have had a good start to the season, scoring plenty as well (13 in 5). Wood are joint top scorers, Tranmere joint 23rd scorers but are more solid defensively than BW (4 to BW's 8)/

    North Ferriby are absolutely honking this season, as expected. 5 games, 4 lost, 1 goal and 12 conceded. They play a Darlington side who have scored 10 in 5 and had a couple of tricky games and you'd fancy Darlington -1 or -2. Darlington/Darlington HT/FT is 7/5, which is tempting.

    Elsewhere, Wolves, Derby, Luton, Exeter and Coventry all look value.
     
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    Coventry, Luton, Exeter - 14/1
    Swindon, Aldershot, Darlington, Kiddy, Stockport - 8/1
     
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    Watford Middlesbrough and Oxford today for me £10 returns just under £80
     
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    Only a HT treble of Macclesfield, Oxford and Harrogate came in for me at the weekend and the weekend before, Tamworth failed to beat a terrible Tamworth side.

    As for tonight, Wrexham/Hartlepool is probably going to be <2.5 goals. Wrexham have only conceded 5 in 9 but only scored 8. Hartlepool 8 and 10.

    I'd also edge towards Woking at evens at home to Solihull. Ebbsfleet have drawn 8 of their 9 games so far this season! They're at home to an Aldershot side who have only won 1 in their last 5, so this might be a decent opportunity for them to get only their second win of the season.

    If you're looking for >2.5, then I think Dagenham will be around that all season and Bromley/Torquay where the former have scored 13 but conceded 12 and Torquay are conceding an average of just over 2 goals a game at the minute.
     
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    Decent enough night. I actually stayed clear of Ebbsfleet, though.

    Also had Man Utd, Chelsea, PSG, Luton, Stevenage and Woking but cashed out on that one at HT because Stevenage weren't coming across as being great.
     

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