Bet’s be ‘avin you: Football Betting Tips for 20-21 November

Posted by - November 19, 2010 - Betting, Predictions, Premier League, Spain

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This weeks treble has a Football League flavour (and that flavour is desperation, hope and desire). Firstly, congratulations to Jay Bothroyd for slightly reminding us that we could all still play for England. By OTP’s reckoning, he was between 20th and 25th choice at the start of the season. Anyway, his Cardiff side should have too much for Forest this weekend. Forest’s rivals Derby should see of Scunthorpe, whilst Charlton should still be flying after a 5-1 away win at Peterborough.
£10 on Cardiff, Derby and Charlton gets you £48

This weekend sees the first Premier League Norf Laandan derby of the season. OTP chucks out on lovely statistics from this season for you. Firstly, four different players have been sent off for fouls on Marouane Chamakh this season. The second is that Samir Nasri has been ‘on it’.
£5 on a red card gets you £18 and £5 on Samir Nasri to score first goal gets you £45

Finally, we go all el guapa, paella and las ketchup for our last bet, focusing on the two-way battle for the Pichichi, the Spanish version of the top goalscorer award. Cristiano Ronaldo has 12 in 11, and Lionel Messi has 10 in 9. Back both to score anytime this weekend.
£15 on Messi and Ronaldo to score anytime gets you £34

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  • neil

    Finally he gets paid! I’ve slagged you quite a bit over the past few weeks, but it looks like the tough love paid off! 😉

  • Daniel Storey

    ha, fair play Neil, very big of you.

    To be fair starting this column coincided with a downturn in my fortunes!

    I was so close to putting Messi and Ronaldo two or more goals each, would have been a bigger payday.

  • neil

    Note that you didn’t insult Mark Lawrenson’s predictions this week either! Karma can be a bitch!haha

  • Daniel Storey

    Lawro’s comedy column will be back next week and regularly. Was simply unable to get to see his predictions before the match reports came up.

    He deserves the stick, and you will not change me on that!