Monday, 21 January 2013

Weekend Betting – 19.01.2013 – (3 singles. 7 points at stake)

Well last week saw 1 out of 3 come in but we ensured profit due to our 3 pointer. Let’s see what this weekend brings.

3 singles is what I’m going for, 3 singles alone. The 3 pointer is our main tip so if your punting more, go on that.

Daniel Sturridge – To score ANYTIME @8/11            2 points

Newcastle  v Reading – Over 2.5 goals @4/6  2 points

Manchester City v Fulham – Manchester City -1 handicap @8/11      3 points

The points are ranked 1-5. The greater the number, the greater the tip. Points are based on a £10 per point system and will act as a guide to the winnings accumulated.

The Logic?

Game 1 –

Liverpool are finding their feet under Brendan Rodgers and a home fixture with Norwich is just what the reds will want to really kick off a run in the Premier League.

Luis Suarez loves playing against Norwich but I’m looking at his strike partner Daniel Sturridge to shine in this one.

Sturridge is a real goal scorer when given the opportunity, something he demonstrated in abundance when on loan at Bolton a couple of season’s back. He’ll feel this is his chance to show how good a goal scorer he is and Liverpool will give him the platform to do so.

He’s already knocked in a couple and I fancy Liverpool to win and him to help them do so.

3-1 is my prediction but I fancy a Sturridge goal a lot more than that! 2 points for him to score ANYTIME @8/11

Game 2

Newcastle have hit a real rut at the moment and a home game to Reading must be a welcomed sight for ex Royals boss Alan Pardew.

Reading are awful on the road and I can see Newcastle really exploiting that. Papiss Cisse was magic in front of goal last year without Demba Ba and now has the chance to rekindle that form as the main front man.

Goals is the key here for me, 2-1 is my prediction but I don’t like the thought of backing Newcastle at the moment. Let’s reduce the risk and play for 2 points for Over 2.5 goals @4/6

Game 3

Ok then, the 3 pointer!

The Champions have been pretty underwealming this season by their standards. They’ve leaked goals and not really clicked into the gear that won them the title last term.

I fancy Fulham at home will see them back to comfortable ways though. The Cottagers don’t travel well and City will always have goals in them wherever they play.

I fancy a comfortable home win here and see the handicap market has good value.

2-0 is my prediction but feel it could be more. 3 points for Manchester City in the handicap market at -1 @8/11

Remember to bet responsibly and good luck!

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