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FanDuel NBA DFS Picks – March 23rd

If you want to take down a daily fantasy basketball GPP, you need to be willing to eat chalk in some spots and get really contrarian in others. On Thursday, a balanced roster was really the way to go.

Neither James Harden or Anthony Davis went nuts, so a lineup more in the middle with fewer risks would have worked out swimmingly. I still used Harden with CP3 out, but a lot of my other picks aligned with that logic and the majority of them panned out.

Guys like Lonzo Ball, Dewayne Dedmon, Aaron Gordon, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Ricky Rubio and Kyle Kuzma were all very strong plays. Even Justin Jackson (20 actual points) panned out at a really weak small forward position.

It was a solid night, but using Harden is what unfortunately kept this team from a big payday. Hopefully you pivoted away from Harden and found a way to a big win, regardless.

The good news is I was certainly on the right track as a whole last night and Trevor Ariza stood in as my only “bad” play. Considering how awful small forward was, though, I don’t feel like that was a big loss.

It’s onward and upward again heading into Friday, as you’ll have a whopping 10 games to work with. There are again a lot of injury details to sort through, so keep in mind that while this is my favorite GPP lineup at FanDuel at the time of this writing, things can change up until lineup lock. With that, let’s dive into tonight’s NBA DFS slate:

PG: George Hill – Cleveland Cavaliers ($4.7k)

I never feel great about using Hill, but he’s locked into great run right now due to all of Cleveland’s injuries. The Cavs are down Kyle Korver, Tristan Thompson and Larry Nance at the minimum and Hill logged 33 minutes in his last game.

Hill’s role and price had me interested even before I saw he gets the atrocious Suns. Whether this game stays close or not, he’s an elite value play on this slate and I don’t think I’ll be fading him.

PG: Terry Rozier – Boston Celtics ($7k)

There are a ton of point guards I like tonight, but Rozier might be my favorite value in the intermediate range. Some will take a shot on Stephen Curry in his return, others will pay up for Russell Westbrook and then Eric Bledsoe could also be very popular with The Greek Freak sidelined.

I’m fine with those tries, but I love the fact that Rozier’s price has dropped down and Kyrie Irving is still out. The role and upside remain there and now Rozier is more appropriately priced and also offers interesting value. His date with Portland isn’t ideal, but he could be a solid hammer in one of two late games.

SG: Nick Young – Golden State Warriors ($5k)

I can’t quite bring myself to trust Stephen Curry in his first game back, but I do want some exposure to this Warriors vs. Hawks hammer game. This could be a fun one given all of the injuries to Golden State and Swaggy P brings a lot of upside (and value) to the table.

Young will need to get hot as a scorer to pay off, but with Curry there to set him up and also draw away defensive attention, I think he’s a solid value play on this slate.

SG: Bradley Beal – Washington Wizards ($7.9k)

Beal is a calculated play tonight. Khris Middleton is just $200 more and is going to be insanely popular, but I’ll pivot off the chalk and use a guy that’s just as capable of blowing up. Beal was a turd the last time I vouched for him, but with John Wall still out, he still possesses a huge role and monster upside.

Tonight could be a great spot for Beal to float under the radar and ultimately go nuts. The Denver Nuggets comes to town without Gary Harris (knee), which means Beal should be able to roam free as a scorer and creator. I’m looking for a 50-burger out of him here, if not more.

SF: Jayson Tatum – Boston Celtics ($6.6k)

Tatum is a solid option to pair with Rozier, as the Celtics are bogged down by injuries and need someone to score. Tatum has responded lately, logging 27+ minutes in five straight games and producing 19+ actual points in four of those games.

A showdown in Portland is far from ideal and will help to lower ownership, but I like the value and upside here.

The real play is fading King James. LeBron has been insane and I don’t suggest zero ownership across the board at all, but not using him opens up a ton of salary. His date with the Suns at home is tantalizing, but it could also lead to a blowout. I’m fine with using him and other Cavs options, but for this lineup I’ll see if I can survive fading him.

SF: Michael Beasley – New York Knicks ($5.7k)

The beauty of SF is there are a lot of solid value options. Nobody carries the 70+ fantasy points upside King James does, but if that game gets out of control, he might stop at 45-50 tonight. That has me looking at other small forward options and Beas is certainly one of my favorites.

The Knicks constantly jerk this guy around in terms of floor time, but he did log 34 minutes and put up 34.9 fantasy points in his last game. I’m going to go ahead and cross my fingers that role stays intact tonight, as New York hosts the Minnesota Timberwolves.

This could actually be a bit of a revenge game, as Beasley played for the T’Wolves earlier in his career. He’s shown explosive upside as a scorer in the past, so hopefully he shows up in this one.

PF: Jabari Parker – Milwaukee Bucks ($5.7k)

I’d prefer Parker to be a little cheaper, but it’s tough to scoff at this solid price now that you know The Greek Freak won’t be playing tonight. Parker took advantage of an early exit from Giannis last game and churned out 37.7 fantasy points in 30 minutes.

If I can bank on Jabari getting close to 30 minutes again in a favorable matchup with the Bulls, I’m all in here.

PF: Kevin Love – Cleveland Cavaliers ($7.5k)

I really like Jeff Green at $3k cheaper tonight, but now that Kevin Love is closing in on 30 minutes of floor time, I have to take advantage of his cheap price tag. Love has the talent and role to absolutely crush in this matchup with the Suns and due to their lack of defense, I think it’s quite possible he could deliver a 40+ fantasy point outing in just three quarters.

I’m fine with using him and fading King James, as things are bound to level out eventually. If they do, that helps Love and hurts LeBron. Whether it starts tonight or not, Love looks like an elite play on this slate.

C: Nikola Jokic – Denver Nuggets ($9.5k)

My favorite play on this slate is shaping up to be Jokic, who could go low-owned due to a lot of solid center options and interest in studs like King James and Russ. I’ll gladly fade those guys and just pay for Joker, who comes in at a solid price.

Jokic has been on fire lately, putting up 49+ fantasy points in four of his last six games. He’s no LeBron or Russ in terms of high level consistency, but he actually has the same upside as them due to his scoring and ability to notch triple-doubles.

A matchup on the road with the Wizards isn’t amazing on paper, but Jokic fared just fine against them (29-9-5 line) when he faced them earlier this year. With Gary Harris out and Paul Millsap (illness) also potentially sidelined, I think he could be in for one of his coined blow-up outings.

The big play tonight on this massive slate is going to be fading Russ and LeBron. Both are studs you always want to use, but James is very restrictive in a salary cap setting and could easily be in a lopsided blowout. Westbrook’s game should stay close, but Miami defends well and tries to slow games down.

Logically, both of these guys could perform well below expectation and at least to me, feel like solid fades on a slate where I personally would prefer some extra spending money.

That gets me a very balanced roster and while I am taking a few risks here (Hill, Beas, etc), I’m getting some potential studs in Jokic, Love, Beal and Rozier. If that four-pack delivers like I think they can and my value picks pan out, this could be a team that contends for the top of tourneys.

Whether you love all my NBA DFS picks tonight or not, I hope I at least shed some insight on this slate. No matter what you do tonight, good luck in your FanDuel daily fantasy basketball contests!

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Texas Tech vs Purdue – NCAAM Tournament Pick for March 23rd

Texas Tech Red Raiders (26-9) at Purdue Boilermakers (30-6)

The betting line information used for this article was taken from sportsbetting.ag at 6:45 AM PST on 3-23-18. Some odds may have changed.

We got back on the winning side last night when we backed the Loyola Chicago Ramblers getting a point and a half against Nevada. The game was a thriller and was capped off by a spectacular falling out of bounds three-pointer by Marques Townes with just six seconds left in the game that sealed the victory for the Ramblers.

The media is portraying this game as a big upset and Loyola as being a true Cinderella team. I don’t buy it. This team is as legit as they come. They play defense and can hit shots from beyond the arc. I don’t think they are going to win the national title, but they have a very real shot to beat Kansas State and advance to the Final Four. And once you make the Final Four, anything can happen.

The rest of the Sweet 16 yesterday saw several higher-ranked teams advance. Kansas State upset the blueblood Kentucky Wildcats, and Florida State beat a Gonzaga team that was looking to advance to a second consecutive Final Four.

Your Elite Eight so far consists of Loyola Chicago, Kansas State, Michigan, and Florida State. I’m not sure anybody had that lineup of teams making it! Today I will break down another Sweet 16 matchup as the Texas Tech Red Raiders take on the Purdue Boilermakers.

The Texas Tech Red Raiders will play the Purdue Boilermakers for the right to advance to the Elite Eight Friday night. The Red Raiders have won two very hotly contested games so far in the tournament, over the likes of Stephen F Austin and Florida. The Red Raiders have relied heavily on the play of senior point guard Keenan Evans and will need another big game out of the star scorer tonight to knock off a very good Purdue team.

For Purdue, the Boilermakers are adjusting to life without their best big man, Isaac Haas. The Boilermakers are trying to get back to their first Final Four since 1980. The Boilermakers are -2-point favorites. The game total over-under is set at 137.5 points. Tipoff is scheduled for 6:57 PM PST from the TD Boston Garden.

I have been a bit of a hater of Texas Tech in this tournament. I bet against them in the first round and won when Stephen F Austin covered the spread. I bet against them in the second round and lost, as Florida gave them all they can handle and came up just short at the buzzer. But the play of Kennan Evans in this tournament has me looking at the Red Raiders as legit title contenders.

One of the reasons that I was hating on the Red Raiders was the fact that Evans was clearly banged up heading into the tournament. He had a bad big toe and missed a couple of games late in the regular season and was clearly rushed back before he was ready. Losing your senior point guard right before the tournament would have been a devastating blow for any team.

But it looks like Evans is fully healed as he has carried this team on his back through the first couple of rounds. They will need another big performance tonight from Evans if they want to knock off a very talented Purdue team.

The Purdue Boilermakers have been amongst the nation’s top teams all year long. I can’t imagine anyone is surprised that they have advanced this far into the tournament. But the lineup they will be using tonight will look a lot different than the one that led them to this number two seed. The biggest change? They will be without senior center Isaac Haas.

Haas isn’t the Boilermakers best player. But he does play a key role in the post both scoring and rebounding and offered a lot of rim protection in the paint. The 7’2 big man was a key player down the stretch for Purdue. They are one of the best three-point shooting teams in the nation, but a big reason for that has been Haas presence in the paint. Teams can’t cheat out on the perimeter when you have a guy that shoots above 60% from the field waiting in the paint.

Haas broke his elbow in Purdue’s first-round game. The senior center wanted to be on the floor so bad he practiced the very next day and attempted to play in their next game with a modified elbow brace. The NCAA did not approve the brace and Haas was not allowed to play. The Purdue engineering team has cobbled together a brace they think will get approved by the NCAA, but it remains to be seen if Haas is allowed to play.

Even if Haas manages to get on the floor tonight, I can’t imagine he will be effective. I have never broken my elbow, but I would assume it would greatly limit your ability to play basketball at a high level. Losing Haas is something the Boilermakers managed to survive with, just barely, against Butler. Against a very strong team like Texas Tech? I see it as being too much to handle.

I see Evans having another big game and the Boilermakers struggling without their best big. The game will still be a close one, and I would be shocked to see either team pull away from the other. But in the end, I am going to back the healthier team getting the points. I see Texas Tech winning and advancing tonight, but I am going to take the points anyway, just in case.

Give me the Texas Tech Red Raiders +2 points tonight!

The Bet: Texas Tech Red Raiders +2 points

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March 23rd, 2018 NHL Betting Tips

Written by Graeme on Friday, March 23rd, 2018

It was a 1-1 night for a profit last night as we won our 1u play.

That one was the Rangers/Flyers over and it hit 7 goals to put it over.

Our 0.5u play on the Coyotes to win was a loss but the right play. Coyotes fought hard but just couldn’t get the win. That game had an extremely bizarre goal with the puck getting stuck in Wards skate. Here’s a link to it.

Glad I stayed off the Panthers yesterday. Despite their achievements I thought that might be a tough task for them.

It’s March 23rd, and we’ve got just 5 games on the board. 1 small play tonight. I really wanted to take the Penguins to win in regulation but that one is more just feeling than anything else. The stats just don’t back it up. Losing their last two, the Devils will be fighting hard I’d expect. Devils beat Pens twice this season etc etc. I think Pens will win but just can’t advise it.

Canucks vs Blues Betting Tips:

Whenever a team is above 3.00 to win a game they’re always worth a look and tonight we’re going to go with Canucks incl OT/SO.

I fully expect to lose this one – the Canucks are trash – however I feel there is enough value in this play.

Blues are battling for the wild card spot but they aren’t playing like they should be. They have went to OT their last 3 games with one of them at home against the New York Rangers which is just horrible.

Canucks overall this season has been solid on the road. Blues have mixed results at home and are without Tarasenko.

It won’t be a surprise if Blues dominate and win but I feel there’s enough value.

0.5u on Canucks incl OT/SO

Canada: 3.55 Odds at Bodog.
USA: +255 Odds at Bovada.
Everyone Else: 3.50 Odds at ***.

(Odds correct as of 2018/03/23 9:57:39 AM EST but are subject to change.)

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Portsmouth v Oxford Betting Tips & Odds – 24/03/18

Portsmouth v Oxford Betting Tips & Odds – 24/03/18

In our Portsmouth v Oxford betting preview we look at the best possible bets between the two sides.


Portsmouth host Oxford in the sole League One game on Sunday. The 4Pm kick-off is live on Sky, with both teams wanting to put in a good performance in-front of the cameras for a very different reason. Two late goals meant Oxford came out 3-0 winners when the two sides met earlier this season at the Kassam. Portsmouth will be looking to make a late claim for the play-off places, whilst Oxford will be looking over their shoulder, hoping to bot be dragged into the relegation battle.

Kenny Jackett’s men need three points to help their play-off charge.

Portsmouth Shaky At Home

With nine games to go and five points to make up – Portsmouth are still in with a genuine chance of making the play-offs if they win this encounter with Oxford. However, to do so would mean winning their first home game of the calendar year. They’ve not won in the last 6 at Fratton Park, a worrying statistic for a team with promotion ambitions. Their away form hasn’t been much better either, just 3 wins In their last 12 both home and away will make Pompey fans wonder what might have been had they been able to arrest their slump in form in their own backyard. The Fratton park faithful won’t read too much into the fact that their side isn’t tasted one success against Oxford since 1997. Though crucially, they’ve got goals in their line-up. League One’s second top-scorer Brett Pitman has notched 16 times for the south-coast side this season. He struck twice at Oldham last time out, and is well priced at 13/10 to score anytime. They welcome back Nathan Thompson who has now served his four-match ban, after his red card at Southend, whilst Gareth Evans looks set to return from his hamstring injury.

Brett Pitman has struck 16 times for Pompey this season.

Oxford To Begin Robinson Era

Oxford’s two-month search for a manager came to an end this week, as they appointed former MK Dons manager Karl Robinson, just hours after he was sacked by Charlton. Robinson inherits a side who have won just two of their last nine games, and sit just five points above the relegation zone, and he will need a huge effort from his side if they are to win on the road for only the second time in 2018. Robinson’s new side have conceded at least 2 goals in their last 6 away games, and over 2.5 goals looks like a good bet at 21/20. However, they managed a rare win against the top 8 last Saturday, a 2-1 success over a resurgent Peterborough side will give the U’s faithful some hope. Striker Gino Van Kessel is away on international duty with his native Curaçao, whilst Jon Obika and Wes Thomas will be assessed pre game, after suffering injuries against Peterborough last time out.

Wes Thomas could be on the sidelines after getting injured at Peterborough

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Portsmouth to win (Best priced at 20/23 with Ladbrokes) – BET HERE

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Coventry v Grimsby Betting Tips & Odds – 24/03/18

Coventry v Grimsby Betting Tips & Odds

In our Coventry v Grimsby betting preview we look at the best possible bets between the two sides.


Mark Robins’ Coventry City return to League Two action this weekend when they welcome Grimsby Town to the Ricoh Arena. The Sky Blues come into this one as big favourites with them unbeaten in four and up in seventh position, well in the hunt for a spot in the play-offs. City have been in turmoil over the last few seasons but this year has provided some pain relief, with them eyeing up an instant return to League One following relegation last term. The visitors on the other hand are in absolute free-fall at the moment, with the Mariners without a win in seventeen games. Recently appointed Grimsby boss Michael Jolley has a huge job on his hands turning around their fortunes and saving them & a defeat here could potentially leave them just three points above the relegation zone.

Mark Robins has done a magnificent job re-building Coventry City

One defeat in nine at the Ricoh for the Sky Blues

It’s been a miserable few seasons for everyone involved with Coventry City Football Club but this year has given their supporters something to shout about. Their relegation last term was a real low point for the club but credit to Mark Robins and his team for not dwelling on the disappointment and turning their situation right around. Coventry are a massive club to be playing in the fourth tier and if they continue to grind out results like they have been, they might not be a League Two club for much longer. City are currently up in seventh position at the moment, meaning that they’re in the play-offs and they’re just nine points behind third place Wycombe – so automatic promotion is completely out of grasp just yet.

They’re not the most attractive of sides to watch or the most prolific, but they are is incredibly well organised which makes them so difficult to play against – which isn’t good news for their out of form opponents. At the Ricoh in particular they can be a real force, with them losing just one of their last ten in front of their own supporters in the league. They’ve only scored 25 goals but just 13 conceded shows what a tough place it is to go and we’re not expecting the goal shy Mariners to really trouble them. City were last in action on Saturday when they took on another one of the divisions strugglers in Crewe, defeating them 2-1 at Gresty Road. An own goal from Alexandra’s George Ray and a Tom Bayliss effort was enough for them to claim an important three points and hang onto their spot in the play-offs.

Marc McNulty is Coventry’s top scorer this season with twelve goals to his name

Is this the day that the misfiring Mariners finally win?

It’s very much been a season of two halves for Grimsby Town, with the club starting fairly well below absolutely capitulating during the festive & new year periods. The Mariners went into December well in the hunt for a spot in the play-offs and after winning three successive games they looked like they could possibly sneak in there. But a run of seventeen games without a victory has seen them plummet down the table, with them now just one place and six points above the drop zone. Their shocking change of fortunes resulted in former Coventry boss Russell Slade being given his marching orders and getting replaced by rookie manager Michael Jolley who’s making his Football League debut. He hasn’t managed to stop the rot in his first two games, with the Mariners drawing with Port Vale (1-1) and suffering derby day heartache against Lincoln City (3-1) last weekend.

The derby last weekend was a huge opportunity for the Mariners to get the fans back on board and they started the game brightly, really taking it to the hosts and almost scoring twice through Harry Cardwell and Martyn Woolford. But six first half minutes changed the whole course of the game, with the Mariners conceding after 30 and finding themselves three down just eight minutes later. The only positive to come from the game was Ben Davies’ consolation effort from the spot just before the interval on an other dismal afternoon for the Mariners. Their fate is still in their own hands but their performances over the last few weeks have offered next to nothing and quite frankly we can’t see them getting a result here against a very good & resilient Coventry City side.

Former Coventry City defender Nathan Clarke will make his first return to the Ricoh Arena since departing for Grimsby last summer


Coventry City to win – 5/6 at BetVictor

Draw –  11/4 at ***

Grimsby Town to win – 4/1 at Paddy Power

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The Saint Greg Browning’s Tips: Back goals in friendlies

HUGE amount of international games and U-21 qualifiers to get through today.

Have had a good scan through them and have come up with two three bets.

Austria v Slovenia (7.45pm)

The hosts can be happy with their recent performances, racking up 3 wins on the spin including an impressive 2-1 victory over Uruguay back in November.

They host a Slovenia side who don’t travel well – they’ve won just three of their last 20 away matches and failed to score in 13 of those (just 11 goals scored and 7 of those came against the likes of Malta and San Marino).

They’ve lost 8 of their last 9 away friendlies and scored a grand total of one goal in those games. Taking Austria to continue their recent good of results by edging this.

  • Austria (5-6, Matchbook) (NAP)


Over 1.5 Goals Treble

  • Russia v Brazil (4pm)
  • Holland v England (7.45pm)
  • France v Colombia (7.45pm)
  • (7-5, Marathonbet)


Dutch Jupiler League Skybet special all 5 matches to see 17 or more goals. Some decent looking games tonight and there’s always usually a couple of 5 goal+ matches.

  • Back 17+ goals to be scored (1-1, Sky Bet)

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Midnight Tune To Defy Top Weight And Land Grade 2 Mares Hurdle Crown At Newbury

Saturday 24th March, 2018 - 3:15pm Newbury - Mares' National Hunt Novices' Hurdle Finale

A hugely competitive field will line up for Newbury's Grade 2 EBF & TBA Mares' 'National Hunt' Novices' Hurdle Finale on Saturday afternoon, and Charlie Longsdon will attempt to win the race for the third year in a row, but his challenger Jet Set will face a whole host of notable rivals in what should be a thrilling renewal.

  • Four of the last five winners have carried less than 11st
  • The last nine winners have been aged five or six
  • The last nine winners have been priced 14/1 or lower

Fancied Contenders

A race worth watching as a form guide for this race is the Grade 2 Mares' Novices' Hurdle at Sandown Park last month, and it was Anthony Honeyball's Midnight Tune that was victorious that day, and she will look to land a coveted double on Saturday, and has been installed as a 10/1 chance with William Hill to land this prize.

She will have the burden of top weight here, but she comfortably beat If You Say Run (8/1 with William Hill) and Sensulano (12/1 with Betfair) that day, and while the defeated pair will be significantly better off at the weights at the weekend, Honeyball's charge shaped like she still has more to come over timber, and she could well frank that form, and go very close here.

Warren Greatrex's Petticoat Tails has won a brace of medicore Mares' events, but is another that is on the upgrade, and has to be respected at 8/1 with William Hill, however, this is a big step up, and it could be Exeter winner Kalahari Queen (10/1) and Oscar Rose (8/1) that make more appeal against the top weight, as they are very lightly-raced over timber, and could play a prominent role.

Each-Way Players

Nicky Henderson has trained three of the last seven winners of this race, and the Seven Barrows handler will aim to win it again with Sunshade, who will run in the colours of Her Majesty The Queen, and having lost her unbeaten record last time out, when finishing third to Maria's Benefit, Sunshade has to be considered here at 12/1 with William Hill.

Harry Fry's Lady Of Lamanver is another that has blossomed over timber, and has to come into each-way calculations at 12/1 with Betfair, while Roksana (12/1) is bidding for a hat-trick of wins for Dan Skelton, and adds more depth to what is a real punting head-scratcher for punters.

Best Of The Rest

As mentioned above, Charlie Longsdon has won this race twice, but 20/1 shot Jet Set will struggle to make it three on the spin for his trainer, and can be ignored, but Just A Thought, who is 16/1 with Betfair, could outrun his odds, and is another that could play a significant role in what looks the toughest conundrum on the Jumps card on Saturday afternoon.

2018 Mares' National Hunt Novices' Hurdle Finale Odds

*Odds correct as of 23rd Mar, 13:53. Odds are subject to change.

Posted: Friday, 23rd March 2018

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Bury v Wigan Betting Tips & Odds – 24/03/18

Bury v Wigan Betting Tips & Odds – 24/03/18

In our Bury v Wigan betting preview we look at the best possible bets between the two sides.


Bury will attempt mission impossible as they welcome champions elect Wigan to Gigg lane this weekend. Wigan are on the charge this season, and will be looking for a repeat of the meeting between the sides earlier this season, when Nick Powell’s double helped the Lactics to a 4-1 win. Bury haven’t beaten Wigan in their last nine league meetings, and need three points to give them even the faintest hope of surviving relegation.

Bury need a win to give them a chance of survival

Wigan On The Hunt For The Title

With two games in hand on the top 2 in League One and just 2 points to make up, Wigan are in prime position to win the League One title for the second time in 3 years. The Lactics bounced back from their FA Cup Quarter-Final exit at the hands of Southampton with an empathic 3-1 victory over Walsall on Wednesday, and with their sole focus now on the league, they will be on the hunt for three more points when they visit Gigg Lane. The Lactics have won 9 of their last 12 on the road this season, and are hot favourites to add to that tally. Built upon a solid back four, headed up by the giant Dan Burn, Wigan have conceded just 23 times this term, the least in the football league, they’re 13/8 to win to nil this weekend. They boast three goal threats at the other end of the pitch, with three players already in double figures this season. Nick Powell attracted Premier League attention for his impressive displays in the middle of the park for Wigan, and he’s capably backed up by the famous Will Grigg as well as winger Michael Jacobs.

Grigg and Jacobs have both hit double figure for the Tics this season.

Bury Face Mission Impossible

Bury sit rock bottom in League One, and barring a miracle of seismic proportions, they will be playing League Two football next season. Sitting 10 points off survival, a win this weekend is an absolute most, but will prove to be an uphill struggle against League One’s best side. After a huge turnover in the summer, The Shakers may have quietly been dreaming of a play-off spot – but the season has been a write off from start to finish. Despite picking up a few good results in recent weeks, a mid-season run of 1 win in 15 games has left them facing what would be the greatest escape of all time. The sale of the prolific James Vaughan was meant to be offset by Jermaine Beckford’s arrival – but the former premier league man has found the going tough at Gigg Lane, with just 8 goals this season. They’ve scored the least goals in League One this season, and their prospects do not look bright against the top defence in the football league. Bury have also conceded at least two goals in four of their last 5 games, which makes Wigan over 2.5 team goals look a good price at 29/10.

Beckford has struck just 8 times for The Shakers this season.

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Shrewsbury v Wimbledon Betting Tips & Odds – 24/03/18

Shrewsbury v Wimbledon Betting Tips & Odds

In our Shrewsbury v Wimbledon betting preview we look at the best possible bets between the two sides.


Paul Hurst’s Shrewsbury Town welcome AFC Wimbledon to the New Meadow on Saturday looking to pick up a big three points in their fight for promotion. Salop come into the weekend just a point behind league leaders Blackburn Rovers and with Tony Mowbray’s men not in action this weekend it gives them a big opportunity to jump into top spot. This could be a potentially tricky game for them but they come in it in pretty decent form, winning three of their last four league games. The visitors on the other hand are involved in a real scrap at the wrong end of the table, with Neil Ardley’s men just two points above the drop zone. It’s been a tough season for The Dons in what is just their second year in the third tier but they have improved of late, losing just one of their previous five.

Paul Hurst has done a magnificent job with Shrewsbury since replacing Micky Mellon

Shrewsbury eyeing up top spot

It’s been a dramatic season in League One and it looks like the race for promotion is going to go right down to the wire. In pre-season all the talk was around Blackburn and Wigan but Paul Hurst’s Shrewsbury have stunned the division to challenge right up there. Last season the 43 year-old narrowly kept them in the division, despite them looking as good as relegated for large parts of it and he’s really built on the momentum that saved them. The former Grimsby Town boss has developed Shrewsbury into one of the most resilient, determined and hard to beat sides in the third tier which has seen them stun everyone to challenge at the top. Town have never made it into the second tier before but promotion to the Championship looks like a huge possibility if they can continue to deliver positive results.

Shrewsbury have been arguably the story of the season in the Football League this season but their form of late has dropped off slightly. Three wins from their last six has allowed third placed Wigan to climb within just one point of them, but they’re also the same distance from league leaders Blackburn. In midweek they missed out on a huge opportunity to leapfrog Rovers when they had to settle for a point against Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s Northampton. It was a testing afternoon for Hurst’s men, with them having to battle back from a goal to claim a draw through Jon Nolan in a game which also saw key midfield man Abu Ogogo dismissed – meaning he’ll be absent here. It was a tough result to take but it’s essential that they bounce back here in front of their own supporters, where they’ve struggled slightly of late winning just one of their last five – although that win did come in their previous outing there (Walsall 2-0).

Jon Nolan scored Shrewbury’s all important equaliser against Northampton on Tuesday night

Ardley’s Dons nervously looking over their shoulder

In comparison to all the excitement and enthusiasm surrounding the hosts, AFC Wimbledon situation couldn’t be much more different. The Dons, in their second season of third tier football, are in real danger of suffering relegation back down into League Two. Neil Ardley’s men are just two points above the bottom four and with them playing a game more than some of the sides around them, they could easily get dragged into the drop zone sooner rather than later. Their end of season run-in will give them a fair bit of confidence however, with them still to face the likes of Fleetwood, Bury, Oldham and Walsall which are all very winnable games on paper & they’ll have a big say in whether they’ll manage to retain their League One status.

Unlike Shrewsbury, the Dons weren’t in action in midweek so they’ve had a bit of extra time to prepare for this clash. They last played on Saturday when they took on fellow strugglers Rochdale at Spotland in a game that was must not lose. They started it excellently by taking the lead after just seven minutes through Adedeji Oshilaja but that was about as good as it got, with them being pegged back just eighteen minutes later. That result kept them out the drop zone but they missed a big opportunity to inflict a serious blow to one of their rivals. Here they’ll be looking to cause a big upset but recent form suggests that won’t happen, with them winning just one of their last ten on the road in League One – so we’re expecting a home win which will take Salop back into pole position.

Lyle Taylor is Wimbledon’s top scorer this season with twelve goals – including four in his last six appearances


Shrewsbury to win – 19/20 at ***

Draw – 21/10 at Betway

AFC Wimbledon to win – 15/4 at Betfair

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Peterborough v Bristol Rovers Betting Tips & Odds – 24/03/18

Peterborough v Bristol Rovers Betting Tips & Odds – 24/03/18

In our Peterborough v Bristol Rovers betting preview we look at the best possible bets between the two sides.


Peterborough welcome Bristol Rovers to London Road in a crucial League One clash on Saturday. With both sides still harbouring realistic play-off ambitions, three points is a must for both sides to stay in contention. Peterborough ran out emphatic 4-1 winners when the two sides met just two games into the season, but it’s likely to be a much closer affair this time round. A win for Peterborough could see them climb back into the play-offs if other results go their way, whilst Bristol need a victory to keep within touching distance of the top 8.

Peterborough could go as high as 5th with a win this weekend

Posh On The Charge

Peterborough looked down and out just four weeks ago, Grant McCann was relived of his managerial duties after a run of just 1 win in his last 9 league games, and the club’s play-off hopes looked dead and buried. But Steve Evans, as he often does, galvanised the club and has given Posh fans something to cheer about, as they sit just a single point behind Plymouth Argyle who occupy the last play-off spot. After three straight wins for Evans, he was bought back down to earth with a 2-1 defeat at strugglers Oxford last time out, a loss that saw them lose Jack Baldwin to a red card, his second of the season. With Baldwin suspended, colossal centre-back Ryan Taffazolli is set to partner the experienced Steven Taylor for the first time under Evans, who has mixed up his team in each of his three games in charge of the team so far. However, Posh have goals in their locker. League One top scorer Jack Marriott has struck 23 times for Posh this season, and is backed up by the brilliant Marcus Maddison, who has 8 goals and as many assists in his playmaker role. There’s been at least 3 goals in the last 5 meetings between the two sides, coupled with the fact that Posh have beaten Bristol in all four of their last meetings at London Road, makes Peterborough to win and Over 2.5 goals an excellent bet at 21/10.

Grant McCann was sacked after just one win in nine

Win or Bust For Bristol

One win in their last five games means that Saturday’s trip to London Road is win or bust for Bristol Rovers. They sit seven points outside of the play-off places, and a loss would almost certainly condemn them to yet another year of League One football. However, The Pirates fans will take some solace from the fact that they’ve won three of their last five games on the road, but will face a tough test against a Peterborough side they haven’t beaten away from home since 2006. The game at Plymouth last weekend was marred by controversial decisions against Darrell Clarke’s side, prompting him to admit that several referees have apologised to him for poor decisions this season. Bristol will need to be more resolute in defence if they are to make the Wembley showpiece event, they have conceded 56 times this season, more than any other team in the top 15. Peterborough’s top scorer last season, Tom Nichols switched to Bristol over the summer, but has failed to hit the ground running, scoring just once all season. Ellis Harrison is the top goal threat for The Gas, having struck 12 times this term, and is priced at 2/1 to do it again.

Darrell Clarke’s Bristol side need a win to stay in contention

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Luton v Barnet: Get Bigger Value Than The Home Win

FOOTBALL LEAGUE expert Ross Casey (@RossCasey24) runs the rule over Saturday’s League Two live fixture between Luton and Barnet on Saturday evening.

Luton v Barnet | Saturday 17:15 | Sky Sports


Earlier in the season this one wouldn’t have needed too much analysing at all as rampant Luton raced away in League Two and Barnet limped to loss after loss missing the goals and heavy presence of John Akinde.

However, coming into this one Luton are seemingly having a wobble about promotion with The Hatters on a current run of five wins in 15. They are not losing games however, with just one loss recorded in their last eight. Drawing games they should be winning is costing them of late and Notts County in fourth are now just five points behind with eight games remaining. Will they lose their automatic promotion spot?


Barnet sacked their previous manager Graham Westley and appointed Mad Dog Martin Allen for the fifth time in his place on a eight week contract as he looks to guide them to safety against the odds.

They are seven points shy of safety at time of writing behind Grimsby who are lucky to be sat in 22nd place after their horrendous run of late. Allen has said “I don’t think anyone believes we can stay up, apart from me. We’re so many points behind that it looks like mission impossible, but people have always called me a little bit mad so let’s see what happens.”

His whacky disposition and positive thinking will likely have an impact and you usually get a reation the first game a new manager is in charge, so now it doesn’t seem so simple to just back a Luton win!

Barnet have picked up just two wins in 16 so that is the reason they are a best price 51/10 with Marathonbet – but with Mad Dog in charge some punters may be taking hold of that – especially with Luton looking shaky of late.

The Betting Angle

I understand people who will be steering clear of Luton in this one, but I can’t see beyond a home win. Only Accrington have recorded more home victories in League Two this season than Luton and no one can equal their crazy total of 52 home goals scored at Kenilworth Road.

With Barnet on a goal difference of minus 22 and conceding 32 on the road, I will take my chances here on Luton in the handicap market. Barnet have hit the net just 15 times on the road this season, that is the second worst attacking away record in League Two and whilst I see Allen’s tactics getting the most out of John Akinde, theri defence still looks susceptible.

Luton may be struggling to pick up wins of late, but playing bottom of the league Barnet at home represents a great chance to put pressure on Notts County who won’t play their game this weekend until Sunday.

The Hatters have covered a minus one handicap 11 times at home this season already and can make it 12 this Saturday evening live on Sky Sports.

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Ballard Down Tipped To Land Lincoln Handicap Glory At Doncaster

Saturday 24th March, 2018 - 3:35pm Doncaster - Lincoln Handicap

Flat racing fans are licking their lips at the prospect of the new season, and it will click into first gear on Saturday afternoon, as the traditional curtain-raiser, the Lincoln Handicap, will take centre stage at Doncaster, and as is always the case it should prove to be a hugely competitive affair for punters to get stuck into.

  • Bravery won this race in 2017
  • The last seven winners have been priced 10/1 or bigger
  • The last four winners have carried 9st or more to victory
Saturday 24th March - 3.35pm Odds Won/Lost Bet
Lincoln Handicap      
Tips Ballard Down to win    Best Bet @ 14 / 1  


Michael Bell's Fire Brigade has been popular in the betting this week, and is now the 11/2 favourite with William Hill to land this prize, and with Ryan Moore booked for the ride then it would be no surprise to see him attract support in the lead-up to the race, but he will need to build on his win at Leicester at the back end of last season, and others make more appeal.

David O'Meara's Lord Glitters may have the burden of top weight, but he has proven that he is a class act in these sort of races, and at 8/1 with Ladbrokes could be a solid each-way option, while Addeybb was last seen winning the Silver Cambridgeshire at Newmarket, and at 6/1 with Coral makes the most appeal of the top few in the betting, as he could be one looking to launch into Group company this season.

Big Country comes into the race on the back of a win at Wolverhampton earlier in the month, so while his race fitness is sure to help him, he will have to carry a penalty for that success, and while the 12/1 chance with William Hill must go close, he may just find or two more attractively handlcapped runners getting the better of him,

Ballard Down The Selection

William Knight's Ballard Down is another horse on the upgrade, and the five-year-old was last seen in July beating Master The World in a competitive handicap, and if he can emulate that sort of display then the 14/1 with William Hill for him to land this prize is far too big to let go.

He was a fine three-and-a-half length winner that day at Flat HQ, which came in soft going, and with testing conditions likely to catch a few contenders out on Saturday, it's Knight's charge that can relish the underfoot conditions, and he is a great bet to land this prestigious race on Town Moor.

Best Of The Rest

Bravery won this race 12 months ago, and he will aim to retain his crown off bottom weight, and has to be considered at 16/1 with Betfred, while the likes of Mitchum Swagger, Chelsea Lad and Leader Writer, all 16/1, all add more depth to the 1m feature which is sure to be a devilishly difficult betting conundrum for punters.

2018 Lincoln Handicap Odds

*Odds correct as of 23rd Mar, 10:25. Odds are subject to change.

Posted: Friday, 23rd March 2018

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Football League – Greens to conquer the Valley

FOOTBALL LEAGUE expert Mark O’Haire (@MarkOHaire) shares his favourite fancies from the reduced EFL coupon on Saturday.

Charlton v Plymouth | Saturday 24th March 2018, 15:00

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”. That’s the message from Devon as Plymouth boss Derek Adams prepares to take the same squad of 18 to South London on Saturday afternoon and continue the Pilgrims’ remarkable assault on the play-off positions.

The Greens were marooned in relegation mire during a miserable first half of the campaign but a run of one loss in 17 (W12-D4-L1) has propelled Argyle into the top-six. More recently, the visitors have pocketed seven triumphs from eight unbeaten outings.

Last weekend, Adams’ army came from behind twice to defeat Bristol Rovers on home turf and with both of the current top two teams – Blackburn and Shrewsbury – also toppled in that aforementioned eight-game streak, Plymouth look primed for another positive performance here.

The Pilgrims have avoided defeat on the their travels for more than three months and been beaten just once in 12 games as guests, despite visiting three of the division’s current top four. With that in mind, overpriced odds of 3/4 (BetVictor) on Argyle avoiding defeat with a +0.50 start on the Asian Handicap has huge appeal.

Adams has finally admitted the current streak has changed his ambitions and the Greens are now aiming for back-to-back promotions via the play-offs. Another victory here will move them up to fifth and put the in-form outfit in the driving seat to claim a top-six berth.

Key defender Sonny Bradley remains absent but Yann Songo’o slotted into his left-sided centre-back position, an unnatural one for him, very comfortably against Bristol Rovers and he’ll be aided by Charlton’s wretched injury and unavailability list this weekend.

The Addicks remain without Chris Solly, Jay Dasilva, Ahmed Kashi Lewis Page, Leon Best, Stephy Mavididi and Billy Clarke whilst Josh Magennis and Ezri Konsa are away on international duty. Dillon Phillips is back in training and fully fit however the hosts will be plugging gaps with square pegs on Saturday.

This really is make or break time for Charlton. The hosts are five points adrift of Plymouth and will be well aware failure to collect maximum points is likely to end their own promotion ambitions.

The capital club have been hampered by an on-going takeover saga and the midweek departure of manager Karl Robinson, meaning Lee Bowyer and Johnnie Jackson will take caretaker duties this weekend and recent results and performances certainly don’t encourage.

The Addicks are without a win at home since the middle of January and have won just twice at the Valley in their last 10 games (W2-D4-L4) – both of those triumphs came over bottom-half opponents.

The home side picked up their first point in four as they played out a goalless draw at home to Fleetwood last time out. Overall it’s a sole success in eight for the Londoners and one goal in four whilst their 16-game Expected Goals ratio ranks them amongst the bottom-10 in the division.

Bradford v Gillingham | Saturday 24th March 2018, 15:00

Gillingham are unbeaten in their last six visits to Valley Parade and the Kent club’s latest trip to West Yorkshire couldn’t arguably come at a better time.

The Gills were marked out by yours truly as relegation certainties in our ante-post columns and until Ady Pennock and Peter Taylor departed in October with the club entrenched in the bottom-four, such a selection appeared banker material.

However, nobody anticipated the stunning turnaround in fortunes achieved under the stewardship of Steve Lovell. Gillingham were rock-bottom with only a solitary success from their opening 12 games to their name – they’ve since lost just four times since Lovell stepped up from a coaching role and have recently suffered two defeats in 15.

The Welshman’s initial bounce guided the side to four victories from his opening seven matches, renewing belief and confidence in the camp but the Kent outfit continue to sail in the right direction with a more organised and ambitious approach to action.

The drastically improved displays earned Lovell a deal until the end of the season and he has continued to make forward progress to the point where his team harbour an outside shot at the play-offs. His contract was extended for two years in January and makes for a wonderful tale.

Lovell’s long association with the Kent club has included stints as a player, a Community Officer, Under-18s coach and a first-team assistant coach. He was twice overlooked for the top job, first as long ago as 1992 when he was still playing at the Priestfield Stadium, before his wish was granted.

His team recorded a first win at Fratton Park since 1912 when beating Portsmouth 3-1 away in their last outing but last week’s home game against Blackburn was frozen off, meaning this will be Gillingham’s fourth successive road trip. They’ll do so without Josh Parker due to international duty with Elliott List likely to take his place.

Either way, you’d fancy the Gills to make a game of this. They’ve scored 14 goals in their past eight road trips and notched at least three at Pompey and top-six side Scunthorpe in recent away days. And as already alluded, the guests appear to be visiting Bradford at a perfect time.

There’s an air of mutiny around Valley Parade following the Bantams’ limp home defeat to Doncaster on Monday night. That loss extended their winless run to 10 (W0-D2-L8) and means the hosts have failed to score in each of their last three games.

Top goalscorer Charlie Wyke remains suspended and manager Simon Grayson was fairly scathing in his assessment of Monday night’s performance. His preferred 3-5-2 system hasn’t yet reaped rewards and City’s promotion ambitions appear all but over.

Bradford are seven points – with a game in hand – off sixth spot and haven’t tasted success since New Year’s Day. At home, they’ve picked up just six victories in 17 attempts, compared with nine defeats, leaving the Bantams amongst the most generous hosts in League One. Only Fleetwood fare worse on their own patch.

Injuries continue to hamper progress and I’m more than happy to oppose Bradford at the prices. They’ve returned an Expected Goals ratio below the 32% mark over the past eight games and so the 4/5 (***) on Gillingham with a +0.50 start on the Asian Handicap line has big appeal.

Coventry v Grimsby | Saturday 24th March 2018, 15:00

I’ll keep this relatively short as I’m sure you’re probably bored with me telling you how crap Grimsby are of late. So yeah, it’s a home for me at 41/50 with Marathon.

Coventry haven’t given up on their automatic promotion hopes – they’re eight points adrift with a game in-hand on Wycombe in third – and should be well capable of adding further clout to that argument by rolling over the Mariners at the Ricoh Arena here.

The Sky Blues hit the buffers in February when they lost three consecutive league fixtures but that downturn came amidst their FA Cup run that was eventually ended by Brighton. Mark Robins’ charges have since collected 11 points from a possible 15 (W3-D2-L0) to get back on track.

It could have been more had Cov not blown a two-goal lead against Luton last week but the squad showed character to resume their push with a 2-1 success at Crewe last time out thanks to goals from Jonson Clark-Harris and Tom Baylis. They’re now very worthy favourites here.

Robins’ men have taken top honours in 10 of their past 16 home tussles in League Two, have W8-D2-L2 when welcoming teams below them in the standings, kept seven clean sheets in 11 against the bottom-six and boast the division’s best defence overall.

There’s a slight concern over the state of the Ricoh Arena pitch but at the odds available, I’m happy to take the plunge on a home success considering the state of their opposition.

Grimsby are now 17 games without a win following their derby day thrashing at Lincoln. Michael Jolley remains optimistic about Town’s plight but he’ll have to make do without Luke Summerfield, Karleigh Osborne, Paul Dixon and loanee Simeon Jackson here whilst Andrew Fox and Mitch Rose are also doubts and Easah Suliman is on international duty.

His team have been beaten in eight of their last 11 away days – each by a margin of two goals or more – they’ve scored six goals in almost 26 hours of action and W1-D1-L7 in nine previous trips to the top-half this term, firing blanks on six occasions.

The Mariners are rock-bottom of League Two in terms of Expected Goals ratio over the past eight, 16 and 24 games and relegation remains a very real prospect for the club.

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Charlton v Plymouth – Plymouth +0.50 Asian Handicap (3/4 BetVictor)

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