August 10, 2007 at 18:47 #4828
Notional Bank Ã‚Â£10,000.00
Lay Derby @ 3.4 V Porstmouth
Lay Sunderland @ 3.7 V Spurs
Back Arsenal @ 1.35 V Fulham
Lay Man U @ 1.26 V Reading
Back S’hamptom @ 2.08 V Palace
Back Charlton @ 1.55 V Scunthorpe
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Lay Nancy @ 2.12 V CaenAugust 10, 2007 at 23:29 #111057
Best of luck zilzal although I quite fancy Sunderland tomorrow myself.August 14, 2007 at 13:44 #111344
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Lay Spurs @ 1.96 V Everton
Back Man City @ 1.68 V Derby
Lay Sunderland @ 3.15 V at Birmingham
Lay Man U @ 1.71 V at Portsmouth
Lay Chelsea @ 1.65 V at Reading
Hope you don’t fancy Sunderland again tonight, DavidAugust 15, 2007 at 10:18 #111389MikkyMo73Member
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Well done with Spurs last night, and even more so Man Utd at the weekend. But as you have layed them again tonight, would I be right in thinking you are not a fan lol
MikeAugust 15, 2007 at 13:23 #111395
Well done with Spurs last night, and even more so Man Utd at the weekend. But as you have layed them again tonight, would I be right in thinking you are not a fan lol :lol:
I’m an Everton fan, Mikky, but I of course did not let that influence my decision last night – Just that Spurs are a confidence team and they havn’t found it yet this season.
I enjoy watching Man U either slaughtering or being slaughteredAugust 16, 2007 at 21:46 #111502
Some more adventurous suggestions for this weekend…….
Back Portsmouth V Bolton @ 2.0
Back Spurs H/T & F/T V Derby @ 2.2
Lay Newcastle V Aston Villa @ 1.94
Back Man Utd V at Man City @ 2.04
Back West Brom V Preston @ 1.94
Back Charlton V at Stoke @ 2.88
Back Draw @ 3.25 St Etienne V BordeauxAugust 16, 2007 at 21:54 #111504
Well done on the midweek matches zilzal.
BTW are you using ratings or just honest-to-goodness gut feeling?August 16, 2007 at 22:11 #111508
Just gut feelings, some sense of value and a little knowledge/form study.
At the moment for instance, Bolton look a little lost without Sam Allardyce. This weekend’s bets look a bit risky but I beleive there is value in them.
My profit target is modest; if I achieve 15% profit on turnover in a month, I’ll be happy.
If anyone else feels like posting selections here, feel free. A little competition makes one more cautious and selective. I probably shouldn’t be selecting any more than three or four on any weekend.
ZAugust 16, 2007 at 23:33 #111518MikkyMo73Member
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Well done on your midweek selections, very impressive.
You should start showing a profit/loss figure so we can see just how well you are doing. Good luck at the weekend.
MikeAugust 17, 2007 at 10:53 #111551
I’m trying not to look at the football too much cos it ends up as a distraction from the horses but I know deep down it’s not going to work. I’m going to limit myself to trebles in the football this season. So far I’m 0 from 1 (backed Man Utd, Man City, & Chelsea on Wednesday night). I have also backed Spurs at 10/1 (at halftime on Tues night) to finish bottom of the table by end of August (their remaining 2 games are Derby at home and Man Utd away so fingers crossed for this weekend)
Treble w/e 19-Aug-07
Portsmouth WIN vs Bolton
Fulham WIN vs Middlesborough
Newcastle WIN vs Aston Villa
Best Price 8.21 with Stan James although, if you have no life, you could back each game individually as they are on one after the other on Saturday. That’s probably what I’ll do!!!
Strike-rate 0% (0 from 1)
Profit -1.00[/color:1c6e4an5]August 18, 2007 at 03:20 #111647DeadlySinsMember
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I’m backing D. Healy 11/4 to score anytime in my usual useless Ã‚Â£5 acca.
K. Doyle 11/4
D. Bent 2/1
O. Martins 9/4
Any other suggestions?August 18, 2007 at 11:11 #111682PompeteMember
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Saturday 18th August 2007
DRAW Biringham v West Ham
DRAW Newcastle v Aston Villa
HOME Portsmouth v Bolton
HOME Reading v Everton
HOME Wigan v Sunderland
AWAY Plymouth v Ipswich
Ã‚Â£1.00 Accs on first five.
Ã‚Â£10.00 on Ipswich
Good Luck AllAugust 21, 2007 at 13:45 #111958
Weekend Sat 25th August
After a very lucky week last week I’ve gone in a bit early and maybe indiscriminately with the following suggestions. Will it be a bloody nose this week
Back Everton V Blackburn @ 2.12
Lay Chelsea V Portsmouth @ 1.36
Back Draw Villa V Fulham @ 3.50
Back Arsenal V Man City @ 1.70
Back Man Utd H/T – F/T V Spurs @ 2.52
Lay Southampton V Stoke @ 2.42
Lay Charlton V Sheffield Wed @ 1.86 (fancy Charl but not at these odds)
Lay Sheffield Utd V West Brom @ 2.36
Back Norwich V at Hull @ 2.78
Back Draw Bordeaux V Lorient @ 3.40
Lay PSG V Lille @ 2.00
Back Strasbourg V Lens @ 2.70
Back Nice V Toulouse @ 2.30
Back Nancy V Auxerre @ 2.40
Back Draw Lyon V St Etienne @ 4.1
.August 24, 2007 at 11:49 #112394
zilzal – you’re doing yourself a disservice with your "lucky" comment there. Credit where credits due IMO
Anyway, back to my own treble for this weekend:
Chelsea to beat Portsmouth
Everton to beat Blackburn
Man Utd to beat Spurs
Best price 4.18 with Paddy Power
Strike-rate 0% (o from 2)
Profit -2.00[/color:14ruqd6c]August 24, 2007 at 12:53 #112397HimselfParticipant
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Motherwell away (they’re actually playing on their home turf) @ 10/11 (Coral) look good value against Gretna.
St. Johnstone, away @ evens (Coral) should have enough about them to beat beat Colin Hendry’s Clyde.
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