Tuesday, 29 January 2013

29.01.2013 – A double – 5 points at stake

Well what a horrendous weekend for us. Even though we attacked shyly due to it being FA Cup weekend, it could not have gone any worse.

Just to rub salt into the wounds, the initial bet of Rooney ANYTIME and a Man Utd win that we wanted to put on but then changed due to an injury scare, came in! Unbelievable.

Well it’s back to the Premier League now so let’s put it behind us and move on.

I have a cheeky little 2/1 double lined up for Tuesday to hopefully set us up in what can be a good week of betting.

If you just fancy one of the two then maybe our 3 pointer is for you? Two from two 3 pointers have come in thus far through our tips.

Stoke v Wigan                        under 2.5 goals @8/11            3 points

Sunderland v Swansea            BTTS @4/5                             2 points

The logic?

Stoke v Wigan

This is the 3 pointer, a bet we have a 100% record with. Let’s keep the 3 pointer in tact tonight!

Stoke and Wigan will be an intriguing one on Tuesday. Stoke, steady as you like with nobody thinking they’ll be in any sort of bother come May, take on a good footballing Wigan side that need some points from fortress Britannia.

Wigan will approach it with caution I think as if they concede one, it’s going to be very tough to overturn and win the game. Stoke are notoriously solid at home in the league and won’t give much away.

I think Wigan will be very compact in their approach and try to expand their play in the final third. This could well lead to a really tight affair.

I fancy Wigan to do ok but fear they’ll come up a little short. 1-1 at best but I’m predicting a narrow 1-0 home win. So the under 2.5 goals bet @8/11 Looks the best bet for me.

Sunderland v Swansea

Sunderland have frustrated their fans this season. With the calibre of manager they have, and some of their players for that matter, they should be doing a lot better, especially at home.

In town are a highly confident Swansea team, who in Michu boast one of the deadliest strikers in the league. You have to fancy Swansea to breech the home goal but its Sunderland who I think will do ok out of this one.

In Adam Johnson, Seb Larsson and Stephen Fletcher, Sunderland have goals in them and I think they’ll click into place in an exciting game.

3-1 Sunderland is my guess but even if they turn it on I can still see them conceding so let’s back BTTS at a very attractive @4/5

Good luck!

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