I have been slack on updating the results again but its hard when its just another loser.
I watched Sporting Gijon narrowly lose to
It’s an interesting time of year with teams stuck in relegation battles and others with nothing to play for. Bookies seems to price games up as if all relegation threatened teams have an extra edge but I would say for every Tevez inspired West Ham that beats the drop there’s another team who go the opposite way and are relegated instead of them.
Can’t wait for the
I fancied Boro and Fulham to draw in the Premier and Spurs look pretty solid against
Aston Villa v West Ham (Premier League: Sat local time)
Apologies to Terry but I am against the Villa this weekend. O’Neill has talked positively but they come into this game with no wins and 5 defeats in the last 7 games. At home they’ve not won in 5 and it’s their home form that has let them down this season taking just 23 from a possible 48, whereas away it’s 30 from a possible 48. West Ham’s away form is decent and they are in with an outside chance of UEFA qualification if Villa were to implode now and another win would leave them 6 points behind with 5 games to play. They still have something to play for and 6 looks a huge price against a team struggling.
++ Win Market – West Ham @ 6 on Blue Sq (1pt) – Bigger on Betfair
Yeovil are one of those teams down in the relegation zone that hit form and need a couple more wins for safety. Yeovil have lost just once in the last 6 matches and unbeaten in 6 at home winning the last 3. Since the end of October
++ Win Market – Yeovil @ 2.3 on Blue Sq (1pt) – Bigger on Betfair and 2.25 on Bet365/Expekt and VC
It was last season when
++ Win Market – Yeovil @ 2.1 on Coral (1pt) – Same on Betfair and 2.05 on Bet365/Expekt
3 points stake
Good luck in whatever bets you