July 17, 2017 at 09:31 #1310418
Good luck with those bets MOM, what a coup if one of them come in. I do like the number 3 especially
We are on opposite ends of the spectrum as far as Sunderland are concerned though as I’m tempted to get on them to get relegated now Defoe has gone, I was looking for at least 20/1 but they are a bit shorter so left it. Will have to take a proper look at their squad to see the ins and outs. I do rate Borini as a very good player but as a team they were poor last season.
The England squad market isn’t something I’d go too deep into as injury’s can occur at any stage but a bit of fun and interest. I got done the last time the year Leicester won the league I did Shelvey at the start of the season and Swansea started really well think I got 8/1 off the top of my head and he got called up half way through the season to the England squad and played well in both games. He shortened and I went in again only for the experience to go to his head as he was woeful after and joined Newcastle who form was worse than Swansea’s and ended up going down. I could see the vibes for Shelvey had plummeted and realised he was toast so went for Drinkwater who was in the form of his life in the vibrant Leicester side at 7/2 and I’m still reeling as to how he never made that final squad.Don't Eat The Pie and Don't Buy The S*nJuly 17, 2017 at 20:47 #1310486
I see Borini went to Milan and they lost Defoe and Pickford
Aiden McGeady and James Vaughan have come in. The parachute payment and the 30m for Pickford I’d expect Sunderland to get more business done before the window shuts, they are after Max Gradel
I’m tempted to play the bottom half finish but can only find 5/4 so will pass at this stageDon't Eat The Pie and Don't Buy The S*nJuly 18, 2017 at 21:40 #1310571
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I suppose you could call any relegated team value at 16s in the Championship but Grayson is not a manager for taking risks. He is also struggling in the transfer market and went down 3-0 to St Johnstone. He would be delighted with a play off place.
BetVic have adjusted their markets with some lofty carrots dangling to tempt us punters. Reading 33s and Villa 8s, both best price. Interesting that they have cut Boro into 5s
I have seen nothing to tempt me away from my main 2 fancies Boro and Sheffield Wed but greed is good and the wasp wants 8/1 on Boro with 4 places or at least 9s with 3 places. Wednesday I want 12s, 14s if Im being greedy.
July 19, 2017 at 19:05 #1310727
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Celtic won the away leg 2-0 but absolutely battered Linfield could of been a cricket score. One goal for Linfield will get them back in the tie so I don’t think Celtic will afford to rest many of the strong line up they played last week and I’m sure they’ll treat it with respect and an opportunity to get more fitness and match time into the players before the start of the SPL. They could run up a cricket score if the match goes the same way and I’ve done -3 goals handicap with Stan James the only firm who were not odds on.
11/10 Celtic -3 goals handicap £5.00
-£10.00Don't Eat The Pie and Don't Buy The S*nJuly 19, 2017 at 21:38 #1310737
Celtic 4-0, late injury time 4th…….
+£0.50Don't Eat The Pie and Don't Buy The S*nJuly 20, 2017 at 17:13 #1310813
Sportingbet are 1/1 on Boro finishing in the top 6
Is it possible they can finish lower……?
I suppose it is but I wouldn’t make it a even money chanceDon't Eat The Pie and Don't Buy The S*nJuly 21, 2017 at 19:55 #1310919
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I think about 1.73 to 1.8 is what I would call it Nath. Defo would have it in a couple of antepost accas if had an account with Sporting Bet. Definitely value to be had but this is wide open this Championship and the market reflects that. I wouldn’t even rule out Cardiff or QPR to make a play off spot with their wily old managersJuly 22, 2017 at 22:35 #1311122
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This year is Derby’s year, 9/2 for promotion is a good bet but if you are going to tie your money up for 10 months let’s go all in at 14/1 to win the Championship.
They’ve flattered to deceive for the last 3 or 4 seasons now but there are reasons to believe that these perennial bottlers may finally deliver on their promise.
They’ve (we’ve) got one of the best young manager’s in the game and have done good business in the transfer window with the promise of more to come, getting good money for Ince, Christie and Hughes (who will be better suited to the Prem) and bought in the experience of Curtis Davies and (the classy) Tom Huddlestone along with Andre Wisdom from Liverpool.
Add in the return of Chris Martin inexplicably loaned to Fulham last season who could form a formidable partnership with David Nugent.
With George Thorne returning from a long term injury like a new player added to the big money (but so far) disappointing Johnson and Butterfield and the reliable Craig Bryson they probably have the strongest and deepest midfield in the division.
Mason Bennett (although only 20) has been a long time coming through but has looked in pre-season like he might be a potent force this season.
So all in all LUMP ON and yes I’ve been drinking but if you can’t be optimistic before a ball has been kicked, when can you??
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