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Colorado State vs. Boise State NCAAF Pick – Week 8

The Boise State Broncos had New Year’s Six aspirations. However, with two losses under their belt against Oklahoma State and San Diego State, that’s just about gone out the window. Boise State figured to be competing with UCF for the honors of being known as the best non Power-5 school. Along with that, would have been a big bowl game. The way it’s going for Boise State, they might be heading back to the Las Vegas Bowl again.

Their win over Oregon in that game last season set in motion high expectations for 2018. With their game against Oklahoma State, they had a chance to prove that they are for real. However, they were clearly outmatched in a 44-21 loss. The idea that this team was going to look like the Kellen Moore teams quickly evaporated. Those are the games that Moore and Chris Petersen would have won.

Boise State are coming off a 31-27 win over Nevada in Reno. They’ve always had issues with the Wolf Pack in Nevada, so that wasn’t too surprising. If you recall, Nevada beat Boise State because of a missed chip shot for the win years ago to go to the Rose Bowl. Colin Kaepernick was the quarterback at Nevada then, which snapped a 24-game winning streak for the Broncos.

The Broncos have played only two games at home this season on the blue turf. It’s where they are most dangerous, but San Diego State came to play in Idaho a couple of weeks ago. The Aztecs knocked them off 19-13, for a rare loss at home for Boise State. In their other matchup at home, they dismantled UConn, 62-7. If the odds makers are correct, this shouldn’t be a close game with the 23.5-point spread. Colorado State are coming in with a bit of confidence after defeating San Jose State and New Mexico the past two weeks. Head below for our free Colorado State vs. Boise State pick.

Colorado State Rams vs. Boise State Broncos NCAAF Betting Odds:

Spread:
Colorado State -2.5(-115)
vs. Boise State +2.5(-105)

Total:
Over 62.5(-110)
Under 62.5(-110)

Betting odds provided by Sportsbetting.ag

Colorado State vs. Boise State Pick:

Brett Rypien has not been on point in his last two games. Despite starting the year off on fire with 12 touchdowns and no interceptions, Rypien has hit a wall with 2 touchdowns and 5 interceptions against San Diego State and Nevada. The San Diego State secondary is very good and it showed as Rypien tossed just 170 yards with 2 interceptions.

He responded with 299 yards and 2 touchdowns vs Nevada last week, but Rypien was careless with the ball and threw 3 interceptions. He still has the chance to put up good looking numbers by the end of the season. Rypien has thrown 14 touchdowns and 5 interceptions overall. He has been accurate with 67.4% completions.

I’ve always believed Rypien is one of those quarterbacks who can accumulate monster numbers against bad defenses and look pedestrian against a defense who know what they are doing. Colorado State’s secondary has been worked for 242.1 passing yards per game for 94th in the FBS this season.

Hawaii and Colorado both scored over 40 points on this defense, as did Florida and Illinois State. The Gators outmuscled them for a 48-10 final for their biggest loss of the year. San Jose State, a bottom-tier team in the FBS scored 30 in a 42-30 loss to Colorado State.

The Rams have also struggled against the run, as they enter 108th in the nation with 204.1 yards per game. This looks like the perfect game for Rypien to get back on track and the offense racks up at least 40 points on the blue turf. I’d be surprised if they look sloppy for three weeks in a row.

The hope of Colorado State pulling an upset likely falls in the hands of Colorado State QB, K.J. Carta-Samuels. If it feels like Carta-Samuels has been around forever, it’s likely because you are thinking of his brother who played at Wyoming and Vanderbilt. Also, K.J. is a fifth-year transfer from Washington so the name has been around.

Carta-Samuels has been sharp recently with 7 touchdowns and 3 interceptions in his last three games. Overall, he’s connected for 16 touchdowns and 6 interceptions, while leading the Rams to 25 points per game. Colorado State likely see around that many points tonight, which would likely put the spread in a toss-up situation. With that said, we should have enough to cash the OVER with a 45-24 final or thereabouts.


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The Saint Greg Browning’s Tips: Troyes to continue resurgence

THERE'S no better way to welcome back club football than a Friday night French card. It's been a long 12 days but it’s great to see the return of proper football.

Troyes v Sochaux (7pm)

The international break came at the wrong time for Ligue 1 relegated Troyes – after a disastrous start, they have finally found their feet in Ligue 2 and are one of the leagues form sides collecting 10 points from their last four games which is a far cry from the three points they claimed from their opening six games.

They've won three home matches on the spin and will be looking to maintain their impressive run of results against a Sochaux side who are heading in the opposite direction.

The visitors are without a win in four (three defeats and a draw) scoring just one goal. It’s going to be a tough ask to get anything from this game, especially being away from home against a side bang in form and who have three clean sheets from their last four games.

The bookies have Troyes priced at odds against which I think is extremely generous  given how both sides have been performing over the last month. I'm taking Troyes to make inroads towards  the top six

Recommended Bet

  • Troyes to beat Sochaux
  • 15-13 (Unibet) (NAP)

Paris FC v Chateauroux (7pm)

This is another match where the home side look value to improve their promotion hopes against a side who are leaking goals and really struggle away from home.

Paris have accumulated 12 of their 16 points at home (winning all 4 games) and although they lost narrowly on the road last time out they are back in front of their own fans looking to maintain their 100% home record.

The visitors will have been glad of  the international break after shipping 8 goals in their last two games (0-3 1-5) – they have yet to win on the road and I don't see that changing tonight against a very strong Paris side.

Recommended Bet

  • Paris FC to beat Chateauroux
  • 10-13 (10bet)

Specials – French Ligue 2

It was another 25-1 winner last time out as first half goals landed for I think the 3rd time already this season and I’ll be on that again and over 1.5 goals. Skybet have smartened up a bit and have cut the price on these (offering 20-1 for first half goals) but better value elsewhere + you'll get cash out options.

Recommended Bet

  • Goal in the first half of  all 8 matches – 23-1 (Bet365)
  • Over 1.5 match goals in all 8 matches – 14-1 (Skybet)


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Mr Fixit’s Top Tips: Will Fortuna favour the brave?

FOOTBALL'S back – well football as we know and love it.

In the English Championship we have Sheffield Wednesday v Middlesbrough, from the Bundesliga it's Eintracht Frankfurt v Fortuna Dusseldorf and from France it's Lyon v Nimes.

There are also Greg's favourite Ligue 2 matches as well as lower-league Dutch games.

I'll finish off my Saturday Daily Record column then aim to put up some Friday bets around lunchtime.

Newbie garydoc777 has been warmly welcomed after putting up an over 2.5 goals fivefold for tonight's games and I wish him luck.

Well done to any winners yesterday – it was a no-bet day for me.

Mr Fixit's October Super Singles Total: +5.9pts

Mr Fixit's October Advised Accas Total: +10.5pts


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Oct 19: Sheff Wed v Middlesbrough Betting Tips

SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY v MIDDLESBROUGH

Championship. Friday October 19. Kick-off 7.45pm. Live on Sky Sports.

TWO early-season promotion candidates clash at Hillsborough as Championship football returns after the international break.

Wednesday sit in 6th place in the league while Boro are two places higher in 4th. Wednesday have yet to taste defeat at home after 6 games of which 4 have been drawn and converting these draws into wins has been their problem this season.

Boro, despite losing 2-0 to Nottingham Forest last time out, still boast the best defence in the league having only conceded 6 goals in twelve outings and keeping 8 clean sheets.

Boro manager Tony Pulis is an expert at setting up his defence to give very little away and tonight will be no exception. Sheffield Wednesday's games this season have averaged over 3 goals per game while Boro are averaging under 2 goals a game.

I can see a cagey encounter between these two side who would probably settle for a point at the end. On the H2H front Middlesbrough have won 4 and drawn 1 of the last five meetings and I feel they won't lose at Hillsborough.

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Premier League – Expect late drama on the south coast

PREMIER LEAGUE expert Daniel McCulloch (@DMcCulloch1984) is back to attack Saturday’s 3pm best bets.

Bournemouth v Southampton | Saturday 20th October 2018, 15:00

Rewind a decade or so and I doubt that even the most optimistic Bournemouth fan could believe that they would soon be even-money to beat south coast rivals Southampton in a Premier League game.

That is exactly the position they find themselves in this weekend, however, as they are firm favourites to hand another defeat to beleagured Saints boss Mark Hughes.

While I could not oppose the Cherries here, my concern – as ever with Southampton – is that a side with that much ability cannot continue to produce such poor results.

Instead, I shall turn my attention to the goals market, which isn’t too surprising when these two sides matches have combined for 48 goals across 16 games this term. Rather than back goals or Both Teams To Score, it is a late goal that I like the look of.

There have been six goals scored in the 85th minute or later in Bournemouth’s eight league encounters this season, with five in Southampton’s.

Marathon are offering 49/50 on a goal scored in the 74th minute or later and I believe this to represent excellent value. Such a bet would has obliged in 11 of their 16 combined matches this campaign and if you want to go back a little further, it would have enabled you to enter the winners enclosure in 26 of the Cherries last 46 top-flight matches (57%) and nine of the Saints’ 16 games (56%) under Hughes.

I watched Bournemouth against Crystal Palace a couple of weeks ago and was impressed with their desire to win the game late on, missing two big chances before the Eagles eventually succumbed.

I wouldn’t be surprised to see a similar scoreline in this match as it enters the closing stages and would not back either side to simply see the game out were they a goal to the good.

They have just four clean sheets between them this season, with Bournemouth’s coming against a goal-shy Cardiff on the opening day and a Watford side who played with 10 men for the majority of the game.

Southampton’s came against Burnley and a Wilfried Zaha-less Crystal Palace, and on both occasions they were indebted to Alex McCarthy for such an achievement.

I expect goals and late drama at Dean Court, so take the 49/50 with Marathon on a goal in the 74th minute or later.

My long shot also arrives from Dean Court as I’ll be backing Bournemouth to win 2-1. This is 17/2 with BetVictor and in a game in which goals are expected, I think this represents excellent value.

Bournemouth recorded this result in their last home match against Crystal Palace and I expect a similar type of encounter here.

Southampton have already lost in this manner on two occasions this term and I feel that there is more than an 11% chance that they manage a third this weekend.

As stated previously, put between 15% and 20% of your usual stakes on this correct score.

West Ham v Tottenham | Saturday 20th October 2018, 15:00

Sometimes you look at a price and believe it’s wrong but don’t have too much data to back up such a belief and that is the case at the London Stadium this weekend.

I am aware that going back to the start of last season, Tottenham have won 11 of their 17 matches away to sides outside the Big Six but I simply cannot back them at odds-on quotes here. I feel that their return of 18 points from eight games rather flatters them and they have been beneficiaries of a relatively easy start to the season.

Additionally, I believe that West Ham deserve more than the seven points they have earned to date and they were particularly unfortunate to lose at Brighton last time out.

The Hammers have beaten Manchester United and drawn with Chelsea at home this term and they are certainly the kind of side who produces an improved performance against the better sides.

The likely return of Christian Eriksen makes me less certain of a home victory so I will air on the safe side and take the 39/19 with Unibet on West Ham in the Draw No Bet market.

In Marko Arnautovic, Felipe Anderson and Andriy Yarmalenko, the East London outfit have the personnel to hurt Tottenham. I certainly feel they will score on Saturday afternoon and think that’ll be enough to ensure they avoid defeat.

This tends to be a bigger game for West Ham supporters than Tottenham fans and I wouldn’t rule out a third home victory in four games against one of their biggest rivals.

Best Bets

Bournemouth v Southampton – Goal after the 74th minute (49/50 Marathon)

Bournemouth v Southampton – Bournemouth 2-1 Southampton (17/2 BetVictor)

West Ham v Tottenham – West Ham draw no bet (39/19 Unibet)

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Get a £10 Risk-Free Shot at Bet no.1 of My £10 – £1,000 Challenge

AFTER the international break let's get back to winning ways with a bang! I'm starting another £10 – £1,000 Challenge on Saturday and you can have free shot at it!

My friends at Ladbrokes have challenged me to beat them, by turning £10 into £1,000 and they're giving you the chance the get involved risk-free too!

All you need to do is open a NEW account with Ladbrokes and place the first bet of the challenge on their site. If the first bet loses I'll refund your £10 back in cash to your Paypal account.

The first bet is £10 on Bournemouth to beat Southampon, which is available at 1/1 (at time of publishing), which I go boosted to 21/20.

So what's the catch? Well there isn't one. All you need to do is follow the instructions below to place your risk-free bet on Bet no.1.

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Chelsea v Man Utd – Two angles of attack for Bridge battle

JOSE MOURINHO heads back to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea with his under-pressure Manchester United side on Saturday. Tom Love (@TomLove_18) picks out his favourite betting angle. 

Chelsea v Manchester United | Saturday 20th October 2018, 12:30 | Sky Sports

Odds as big as 17/4 on Manchester United to win at Chelsea is an indictment of how far the Red Devil’ have fallen. It took a rousing second-half display to come from 2-0 down to beat Newcastle a fortnight ago, and any momentum taken from that could’ve been lost due to the international break coming straight after.

Jose Mourinho will hope that isn’t the case as he goes back to his old stomping ground. The manager that first arrived at Stamford Bridge in 2004 brought new and innovative ideas, however football is ever-changing and many argue that he has failed to move with the times.

Mou goes into this clash with doubts over the fitness of central midfield quartet Nemanja Matic, Andre Herrara, Scott McTominay and Maroune Felliani leaving them potentially light in the middle of the park. History has seen Jose bring in the likes of Marouane Felliani and Herrara for games away to the Big Six in order to bulk out that midfield and play a physical game. Their absence will be a blow.

In the other dugout, Maurizio Sarri has taken to the English top-flight like a duck to water and his players have adapted to his style impressively. Eden Hazard has been the shining light scoring 7seven goals this season, and his partnership with Olivier Giroud has been slick on the eye with the Frenchman helping out by topping the assist chart with four.

Goals on the agenda?

8/11 quotes on the hosts do look justified all things considered but I’m happy to take a goals based angle here. We associate Mourinho teams with low-scoring games however this season has seen that switch quite dramatically; the Red Devils are posting an average of 3.34 goals in their games on the Expected Goals metric.

Chelsea are seeing 2.77 on the xG standings so goals could be on the agenda at the Bridge.

Both Teams To Score has been chalked up at 4/5 with Matchbook and that catches the eye. The aforementioned injuries in defensive midfield for the visitors may mean they have to play in a more offensive fashion, in addition 6/8 of United’s games have seen BTTS cop.

It hasn’t been so prevalent in Chelsea games but the underlying performance data shows their opponents have been slightly profligate in front of goal and the Blues have been a tad lucky.

Oppose ill-disciplined Red Devils

The discipline levels between these two is also eye-opening. Chelsea are a fairly unaggressive and their keep-ball ethos means they tend to get fouled more than they foul themselves. This has seen the Blues pick up just the five yellow cards this season.

It’s the opposite when looking at Man United; they’re a much more aggressive side and don’t mind taking a card when they have to. They’ve picked up 14 yellows and one red and that makes it a mismatch in the bookings market.

United are fair 8/13 favourites to pick up the Most Bookings in this encounter but I’m happy to take them on the -1 line on the Card Handicap given the fact they’re away from home.

Bet365 go 7/5 on this option and we’ll get paid out if the Red Devils pick up two or more cards than Chelsea.

Best Bets

Chelsea v Manchester United – Both Teams To Score (4/5 Matchbook)

Chelsea v Manchester United – Manchester United -1 Card Handicap (7/5 Bet365)

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Huddersfield v Liverpool – Terriers to find their bite in front of goal

PREMIER LEAGUE expert Ross Casey (@RossCasey24) is back to attack Saturday evening’s match as Liverpool visit relegation zone mired Huddersfield. 

Huddersfield v Liverpool | Saturday 20th October 2018, 17:30 | BT Sport

Liverpool are in third place at the start of gameweek nine after back to back draws against Chelsea and Man City. If you include their defeats in both the EFL Cup and the Champions League, Jurgen Klopp’s side are now winless in four, but a trip to Huddersfield isn’t expected to cause the same concerns with a best price of just 1/3 on the away side with Betway.

Huddersfield sit in 18th after picking up just three points from eight Premier League games so far this season, where they remain winless all season long across all nine of their matches across all competitions. They are a huge best price of 12/1 here with BetVictor, which is hardly surprising when you consider that they are yet to even score in their four home games so far!

Huddersfield

The Terriers went into the international break on the back of a high. They bossed Burnley away from home with 68% of possession, had seven more shots on goal than The Clarets and battled away to come from behind and secure their third point of the season. Before that match, they actually had more of the ball than Spurs in their 2-0 loss at home.

This is interesting, because against Liverpool last season, they played very deep and gave up possession of the ball in order to restrict the counter-attacking threat that Jurgen Klopp’s side have. Whilst this kept them down to just 10 shots including a penalty, they still lost 3-0.

I was expecting Wagner to play a similar style here, but looking at those previous performances and the way that they failed to put a glove on Liverpool last season, I am changing my thinking here and I believe that they may have a go at Liverpool here and odds of 7/5 on both teams to score appeal. I realise that seems mad when you consider Huddersfield are yet to score at home and Liverpool have kept five clean sheets already, but I feel Wagner believes that his fans deserve something to shout about and in reality this is a bit of a free hit.

Liverpool

Liverpool have injury worries over Virgil Van Dijk, Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and James Milner whilst Naby Keita is definitely ruled out, so that gives me more hope that our bet can come in against the odds. With the high press that Jurgen Klopp plays, it is unwise to play anyone with an injury worry and the likelihood that all four make the starting 11 is unlikely in my opinion.

The Anfield side have kept just one clean sheet in their last three games and that is only thanks to a wayward penalty from Riyad Mahrez, so here is to David Wagner spotting a possibility to attack just like he did against Burnley and Tottenham last time out.

Best Bets

Huddersfield v Liverpool – Both teams to score (7/5 188 BET)

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Football League – Depleted Glovers can be opposed

FOOTBALL LEAGUE analyst Mark O’Haire (@MarkOHaire) returns with his best bets from Saturday’s EFL action.

Charlton v Barnsley | Saturday 20th October 2018, 15:00

Barnsley showcased their strength in depth when turning over Luton 3-2 in front of the Sky Sports cameras last Saturday. The Tykes, missing injured top scorer Kieffer Moore, plus Wales goalkeeper Adam Davies and Australia midfielder Kenny Dougall, move into third as they outplayed and overwhelmed the Hatters.

Luton boss Nathan Jones admitted a draw would have been grossly unfair on Barnsley, who won the shot count 15-6 with 12 attempts fired in from inside the penalty box. Although the Yorkshire outfit are five points off the pace (with a game in-hand), the Tykes are now 6/4 favourites to clinch League One glory.

It’s difficult to argue with the odds-makers there. Daniel Stendel’s squad are dominating the performance data, boasting an exceptional 79.7% Expected Goals from open play ratio, as well as registering the most shots, on-target efforts, and strikes from inside the penalty area despite playing a game less than their rivals.

On the ball, Barnsley are slick, enterprising and incisive. George Moncur and Brad Potts are regular headline-makers from midfield, whilst the return to full fitness of Moore gives the attack the clinical edge required to gobble up their numerous clear-cut opportunities. Defensively, the Tykes press you into submission.

However, I want to focus on their offensive strengths here with Barnsley to score Over 1.5 Goals too good to turn down at 11/10 (Betfair) quotes. The visitors’ assistant Andreas Winkler has confirmed they’ll continue to play two up top – most likely in a 4-4-2 system – as they look to dictate the contest.

This encounter should also play into their strengths with Charlton unlikely to sit back, cede possession and put numbers behind the ball. Barnsley have shown in a statement 4-0 success at Peterborough how effective they can be when facing the division’s leading lights, whilst they’ve also scored twice or more at Fleetwood, Scunthorpe, Rochdale and Bradford on their travels.

Indeed, this selection has provided profit in seven of their 11 outings under Stendel’s watch, and although the Addicks have conceded just seven goals in six matches at The Valley, only Fleetwood have been silenced in South London as Wycombe, Shrewsbury, Plymouth, Coventry and Posh have all notched here.

Lee Bowyer’s boys have stalled recently, picking up a solitary point from a possible nine. But most alarmingly, Charlton have shipped nine goals in those three matches with the boss labelling the defending as ‘school-boy’ and ‘kid’s stuff’ following their defeat to Coventry.

The hosts continue to suffer from defensive injuries, mind. Patrick Bauer and Lewis Page remain sidelined, and their absences, coupled with Krystian Bielik unavailability is forcing Bowyer into fielding a makeshift backline. The latter is available again, although the Pole hasn’t played since mid-September.

I’ve no such concerns about Charlton in midfield, nor in the final-third, and should the Athletic step up a gear, they’ll fancy their chances of giving Barnsley a test. However, the home side are giving up 7.50 shots from inside the box per-game and such charity may prove their downfall on Saturday afternoon.

Forest Green v Cheltenham | Saturday 20th October 2018, 15:00

Forest Green have been a regular feature in my Football League columns this season and the Green Devils are back on the menu for Saturday’s crunch Gloucestershire derby against near neighbours Cheltenham, a showdown comically labelled as ‘El-Glosico’.

Mark Cooper’s men fell to their first League Two loss of the campaign last time out, conceding a sickening 97th minute goal to Northampton. Reuben Reid had given Rovers a first-half lead before the Cobblers turned the tables after the interval, scoring twice to secure maximum points at a blustery Sixfields.

Forest Green could and should have been out of sight before breaking the deadlock. Reid, Dayle Grubb, Liam Shepherd and Lloyd James all came close without success and the Green Devils’ profligacy eventually proved their downfall as they failed to see out Northampton’s aerial bombardment.

Cooper was surprisingly philosophical about the gut-wrenching defeat but promised to right the wrongs for this weekend’s meeting with the Robins. Without the wind impacting on Rovers’ preferred possession-based style of play, an improvement and immediate reaction is expected from the hosts.

Stalemates have been the Nailsworth club’s Achilles heel this term. Forest Green have been held in eight of their 13 league outings, with the early season departure of long-term top scorer Christian Doidge taking a slice off their clinical edge and finishing ability. Nevertheless, I’m confident results will start to flow.

The Green Devils have been dominating the bulk of their league contests, returning a 63% xG from open play ratio. Only Cambridge have attempted more efforts at goal, while only four sides have fired in more attempts from inside the penalty box. Cooper’s charges have only once failed to score this season.

FGR are also performing excellently at the back. Of the 12 goals conceded, four (33%) came via penalties and one from a shot from outside the penalty area. The hosts certainly appear to have solved their defensive concerns from last season by limiting their opponents to a measly 0.54 xG from open play per-game.

So there’s plenty to be positive about and a return to their New Lawn home should stand the Green Devils in good stead. Over Rovers’ past 16 games, they’ve claimed W8-D5-L3 as hosts on League Two duty, making the 10/11 (Betway) on a home success an appealing play.

Cheltenham were given a week off following the postponement of their clash with Yeovil, giving boss Michael Duff time on the training paddock as they bid to end a 20-year winless streak against their local rivals. The Robins come into this contest on the back of seven defeats from their first 12 matches, picking up two points from their most recent five (W0-D2-L3).

Town were easily brushed aside by MK Dons (0-3) in their last encounter and have lost all seven meetings with the current top-half, scoring only twice. No fourth-tier team has scored as few goals as Cheltenham (9), or landed as few on-target efforts, with the visitors badly missing Mo Eisa in the final-third.

Considering the Robins are averaging just a 40% xG from open play figure, and have lost 19/27 (70%) trips to top-half teams since the start of 2016/17, I’m happy to get against them here at the odds on offer.

Yeovil v Tranmere | Saturday 20th October 2018, 15:00

On-loan Sheffield United youngster Harvey Gilmour grabbed the only goal of the game as Tranmere celebrated a return to Friday night football at Prenton Park with their third consecutive League Two success, seeing off rock-bottom Macclesfield 1-0.

Gilmour’s third strike in two games was enough to push Rovers into the play-off pack with Micky Mellon’s men now suffering only two defeats in their 13 outings – both by one-goal margins – since promotion back into the Football League. So I’m keen to have Tranmere onside for Saturday’s trip to a depleted Yeovil side.

The Glovers should have Gary Warren back to start at centre-half, although centre-back partner Omar Sowunmi remains sidelined for another 10 weeks. Target man Francois Zoko and skipper James Bailey are also crocked, whilst Sessi D’Almeida is suspended. Wes McDonald and Alefe Santos are doubtful.

What’s more, Shaun Donnellan, Enes Mahmutovic and Rhys Browne have been away on international duty and all three weren’t expected back to full training until the latter stages of the week. Hardly ideal preparation for Darren Way, who’s seen his side slide into a five-match winless run (W0-D2-L3) since their freak 6-0 success against Newport.

The Somerset side shipped two or more goals in four of those five fixtures and the Town boss admitted to the press that his squad hadn’t dealt with the pressures, intensity and pace of playing seven fixtures in three-and-a-half weeks since the last international weekend, suggesting the extra time was welcome.

Even so, Huish Park has been anything but a fortress for the hosts. Yeovil have W1-D4-L1 here in 2018/19, and returned W9-D9-L11 on home soil since the start of last season – a win percentage of only 31%. With that in mind, plus their injury concerns, I’m happy to oppose Town here.

Tranmere can be backed at 13/14 (188BET) off a scratch 0 start on the Asian Handicap line. We’ll see our stake returned should the Super White Army record a stalemate with Yeovil, with an away win returning profit. The only way in which our bet loses is if the Glovers record an unexpected victory.

Rovers had scored twice or more in four of their six road trips since promotion and the arsenal available to Mellon in the offensive third – top League Two goalscorer James Norwood, Connor Jennings and Gilmour – should prove decisive on Saturday afternoon.

Best Bets

Charlton v Barnsley – Barnsley to score Over 1.5 Goals (11/10 Betfair)

Forest Green v Cheltenham – Forest Green to win (10/11 Betway)

Yeovil v Tranmere – Tranmere 0 Asian Handicap (13/14 188BET)

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Oct 21: Hertha Berlin v SC Freiburg Betting Tips

Hertha Berlin vs SC Freiburg

German Bundesliga. Kick Off: 2.30pm, October 21st. Live on BT Sport Extra

THIS week’s tip comes with a twist, as I will be making my annual pilgrimage to Germany in order to sample another weekend of beer, bratwurst and Bundesliga action.

I’ll be at the Olympiastadion on Sunday afternoon to see if Hertha can continue their strong start to the campaign on Sunday as they play hosts to Freiburg.

In their last home match Berlin were mightily impressive beating reigning champs Bayern 2-0 and this was followed with a keenly fought goalless draw at Mainz

The key to the promising start for Pál Dárdai’s side has been the form of Slovakian forward Ondrej Duda, who has registered 5 goals in his position playing just behind main striker and club captain Vedad Ibisevic.

Freiburg in contrast have yet to find any degree of consistency in their results with 2 wins so far and despite Hertha having a poor record in this contest  (2 wins from 12 encounters) I find it hard to see anything but a resounding win for Die Alte Dame.

Recommended Bet

  • Hertha win and over 1.5 goals 11/8 (Coral)


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Oct 20: Huddersfield v Liverpool Bet Builder Tips

Huddersfield v Liverpool

English Premier League. Kick-Off: 5.30pm. Live on BT Sport

BET BUILDER bets are relatively new in the betting sphere but have exploded into the consciousness of punters for a very good reason. It's because at some point when watching football games we've all shouted at the TV “I knew he was going to score/get booked”!

The ability to put that `prediction' into a bet is too good an opportunity to miss for punters, especially with the value that can be gained from your insights. There are two main routes you can go down, the safe route of statistical bet building e.g. over 2 goals, over 7 corners, under 4 cards in the match etc. Basically no specifics and you will get a nice little profit if all hit. The second route to take and is my preferred route is to focus on the specifics i.e. who is going to score and ideally who is going to be booked ! If you can predict these two markets in one game and crucially get the right combination the odds you will receive are massive.

Huddersfield v Liverpool (17.30)

Both teams come into this game with injury worries, a number of players are doubts and some may be rested following the recent international games. I can't see a lot of goals in this game but one player I think may be given a start and score for Liverpool is Daniel  Sturridge. He appears to be enjoying the time he is being given on the field following a number of long-term injuries. An anytime goalscorer option would be advisable if he starts, if not I would fall back onto Roberto Firmino.

I would then focus on the key bet feature of bookings and I would go for one player from each side. In Huddersfield's team the standout option is Mathias Jorgensen who has received 4 yellow cards in 7 premier league games this season. In the Liverpool side I would choose Jordan Henderson to be given a card. I can see this being a midfield battle and with Keita and Milner on the injury list then Henderson should be in the thick of it.

The last key aspect to look at is who the referee is for the game. Michael Oliver is given the task and he averages over 2 yellow cards per game (though he did show 7 yellows in a wolves game) in the Premier league this season, plus the two red cards he's produced this season were in games involving Huddersfield and Liverpool !

Recommended bets

  • Bet builder bet
    • Sturridge, anytime goalscorer (Firmino if Sturridge doesn't start)
    • Henderson, player card
    • Jorgensen, player card
    • Pays 40/1 (bet365)


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Hughie Fury v Kubrat Pulev Boxing Winner Odds & Predictions

Hughie Fury v Kubrat Pulev Preview – October 21st, 2018 at 3.00 am

Hughie Fury, the cousin of former heavyweight champion Tyson, is ranked number five by the IBF in the heavyweight division. You can’t have any fight in this division without a mention of Anthony Joshua and Fury believes that after he sees off Pulev on the weekend, he is going to be gunning next for Joshua.

Hughie Fury v Kubrat Pulev Odds*

Kubrat Pulev 4/6
Hughie Fury 11/10
Draw 25/1
* (betting odds taken from bet365 on October 18th, 2018 at 9:07 pm)

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IBF eliminator

Why this is is because his fight with Kubrat Pulev on the weekend is an IBF eliminator which means that the winner will become the next mandatory challenger for Joshua’s IBF title. So this will be a big step forward for the 24-year-old who carries a 21-1 career record into this bout on the weekend.

The fight is taking place out in Sofia, Bulgaria, the home city of Pulev. So Fury certainly won’t have the crowd on his side. Fury won the British heavyweight title against Sam Sexton back in May which in turn was after a failed attempt to win the WBO heavyweight title against Joseph Parker back in September last year.

Going The Distance

The defeat against New Zealand’s Parker is Fury’s only defeat during his career, the majority decision going against him. Eleven of Fury’s fights have been won by knockout so that probably indicates that a win for him is most likely going to come by a points decision and the fight going the distance. That has to be backed in Fury v Pulev betting at bet365.

Pulev was scheduled to fight Anthony Joshua last year but pulled out eleven days before the contest because of an injury. The 37 year old is a former world title challenger as he went up against Wladimir Klitschko in 2014 and was knocked out in the fifth. He has won all five of his fights since then, including a success over Dereck Chisora in May 2016.

Experienced Cobra is no pushover

The Cobra holds a 25-1 career record and is quite accomplished and experienced, and is a former two-time European and IBF International Heavyweight Champion with thirteen of his victories coming by knockout. But then, Fury has called him out for not having fought anyone difficult other than Chisora and Klitschko. But you look at Fury’s record and that’s a bit of the pot calling the kettle black type of nonsense.

Preview

It wouldn’t be a great surprise to see this thing go the distance. There is a vast age difference between the two of them, and Fury has a slight height advantage over his opponent. The extended experience of Pulev though may just have enough to see him win this one. After all, he was ready to stand toe to toe with Joshua on merit. Fury couldn’t handle the grinding work against Joseph Parker and it may be the same way in Bulgaria on the weekend.


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Bet Slip favouritism sees Trump cut to 6/4 for 2020 Election win

There were some interesting stats out of the USA this week, which points strongly to incumbent President Donald Trump winning the 2020 Election. It was reported that the controversial 72-year-old has been backed more times by US punters across the country than any other potential contender.

US Presidential Election 2020 Winner Odds

Donald Trump 6/4
Kamala Harris 8/1
Elizabeth Warren 10/1
Bernie Sanders 12/1
Mike Pence 12/1
Joe Biden 16/1
Cory Booker 16/1
Beto O’Rourke 18/1
Michael Bloomberg 20/1
Kirsten Gillibrand 25/1
40/1 bar
* (betting odds taken from bet365 on October 18th, 2018 at 8:48 pm)

He has been favoured by punters in 94% of all states. This has all been counted from bet slip clicks over a seven day period, and 62% of those clicks were backing Trump getting into office again. Trump is now into 6/4 from 2/1 at bet365 to win the 2020 US Presidential election* (betting odds taken on October 18th, 2018 at 8:48 pm).

The only states where punters were not favouring him were Alabama, Utah and West Virginia. That’s a pretty big shift towards favouritism for him, especially as less than a couple of months ago he had the odds slashed on impeachment against him.

The person who has been closest to Trump in terms of bet clicks has been Democrat Elizabeth Warren who is a 10/1 odds in the US Presidential Election 2020 winner market. She took 14% of the clicks in the seven day period. Kamala Harris is actually the 8/1 second favourite in the market* (betting odds taken on October 18th, 2018 at 8:48 pm), the attorney taking 9% of all punting interest.

While of course at the end of the day this is just punters clicking around on bet slips and has no direct correlation to actual voting, of course, there is a trend. At the 2016 election, despite being a heavy underdog to Hillary Clinton, Trump received more bet slip clicks ahead of the election than his opponent did. He got into office.


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Ascot Champions' Day 2018: Betting Tips

DISCLAIMER: ODDS AND ARTICLE UPDATED 18/10/2018, 21:55.

With Ascot’s British Champions’ Day almost upon us, we take a close look at three of the best betting races on the card.

Ascot 2.00

Donjuan Triumphant to Win and Each Way @ 25/1 - BET NOW

Donjuan Triumphant is a smart horse when he gets his conditions and the recent rain that has arrived at Ascot will be in his favour rather than many of his rivals.

The five-year-old was impressive at Haydock last time out when only beaten just over two lengths in the Group 1 Sprint Cup and the in-form James Doyle takes over in the saddle from Rob Hornby after the latter left his bid too late in the aforementioned contest.

The gelding admittedly doesn’t win often, with just five wins from his 28 starts but all those wins came on soft or heavy ground and his price makes up for his slightly inconsistent profile.

Seemingly somewhat forgotten about in the market and with his official rating underestimating him somewhat, he makes plenty of appeal at a big price when considering he has the class for this (won a French Group 2 as a juvenile) and it wouldn’t be the strongest renewal of the race, when considering the likes of Slade Power and Sayif have won in years gone by.

There are dangers in the line-up with 2016’s winner, The Tin Man, worthy of respect as well as last year’s Champion Sprinter Harry Angel due to line up again. The latter’s record at Ascot would be a concern but that’s probably more of a statistical anomaly than a specific issue with the straight track at the venue and he’s been the victim of some bad luck this campaign.

Ascot 3.15

Addeybb to Win and Each Way @ 8/1 - BET NOW

William Haggas’ patient approach with Addeybb may pay dividends in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes later on the card. The son of Pivotal was disappointing when favourite for the Lockinge at Newbury when last seen but that wasn’t his ground and he’s better judged on the form that saw him win a high-class renewal of the Lincoln.

The gelding followed that success up when getting his conditions again at Sandown in Group 2 class on his next start and he’s been kept back for an autumn campaign given his liking for some cut in the ground. With doubts over how the favourite, Roaring Lion, will handle the ground, he’s an appealing each-way alternative.

Ascot 3.50

Monarchs Glen to Win and Each Way @ 14/1 - BET NOW

Cracksman was an impressive winner of the Champion Stakes last year but his preparation has been far from ideal this time around and it might be worth taking him on with stablemate Monarchs Glen.

The gelding was last seen winning a Listed race and while he must step up on that form, this has reportedly been the long term target for the son of Frankel. With doubts over the trip for the likes of Crystal Ocean and Capri, he makes plenty of appeal as an each-way alternative.

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Ross Casey's Weekend Football Acca: Saturday 20th October

Football tipster Ross Casey has already found 11/1 and 8/1 winners for us in this article this season, making him firmly in profit... can you afford to miss his picks this week?

Football Accumulator Tips

This weekend he is backing Tottenham, Brentford, West Brom and Celtic and pays £110 for a £10 stake!

West Ham v Tottenham

(Sat 15:00)

Tottenham To Win @ 10/11 - BET NOW

Spurs have been impressive away from home, winning four of their five Premier League matches on the road thus far. Jan Vertonghen, Dele Alli and Danny Rose are all out for the visitors as Pochettino's injury concerns pile up, while Christian Eriksen remains as a major doubt - but they should still have enough to get the best of The Hammers who have been inconsistent at best this term.

Brentford v Bristol City

(Sat, 15:00)

Brentford To Win @ 4/5 - BET NOW

Bristol City are in a bad place right now, with no win in five and the goals have dried up. The Robins have scored just four goals in those five games and are missing their best centre half in Tomas Kalas. Add to this the fact they are having to start Max O'Leary in goal on Saturday - who has never started a league game in the Football League and you have extra problems! The Bees should be buzzing for this one!

Wigan v West Brom

(Sat, 15:00)

West Brom to win @ 11/10 - BET NOW

West Brom are pretty hit and miss on the road, but with their brilliant attacking options they can and should outscore Wigan on the weekend. They may have only won twice away from home, but The Baggies have netted 11 times in six away from home and against a Wigan side that have scored just one goal in four games that tells me they can win here.

Celtic v Hibernian

(Sat, 15:00)

Celtic To Win @ 4/9 - BET NOW

Celtic have had their worst start for 20 years but have won their last three domestic games, including thrashing St Johnstone 6-0 in a game that saw the Hoops score a stunning five goals in the first half. Hibs haven't conceded in four, but this should be a bridge too far for Neil Lennon's side.

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