Bet’s be ‘avin you: Top football betting tips for 6-7 November

Posted by - November 6, 2010 - Betting, Championship, Predictions, Premier League

Bet’s all just be friends

It has been a more successful fortnight for Mr 365 and Mr Ladbrokes than for Mr Storey, so time to get back on the profit train (many of you will not believe that said train has left the platform).

To please Neil and his comment last week, I will run a running total of the profit and loss (starting this week of course!)

This weeks treble focuses on the might of European football playing at home (Forest are away so they are not included – but bet on Watford at 2.38). Inter Milan should brush Brescia aside, and Samuel Eto’o is top scorer in Italy, so 1.95 on the Nerazzurri to win by more than one looks a decent shout. Bet on Manchester United and Real Madrid to do the same, and you get a tidy packet
£10 on Real, United and Inter at -1.5 Asian Handicap gets you £67

Staying in Spain, and Espanyol have won all their games at home this season and can be backed at 1.91 to do the same on Saturday, and I will be combining this with a flutter on Kris Boyd to score anytime against Crystal Palace at the Riverside. While Boro have been faeces this campaign, Palace have been worse, and Boyd has scored a third of Boro’s goals. Filthy combo, filthy profit?
£10 on Kris Boyd anytime and Espanyol to win gets you £48

Finally, the magic of the FA Cup. But as it’s only first round day, we will stick to the Premier League action. In the twenty combined games played by Blackburn and Wigan this season, the clubs have scored 16 goals. It’s one of those facts that brings up a little bit of sick into the throat, but not surprising when you saw Jason Roberts’ finishing last Saturday. A fiver on under 1.5 goals and five more on 1-0 Blackburn? That’ll do.
£5 on under 1.5 goals gets you £16
£5 on 1-0 Blackburn gets you £36