Our tipsters put the bite on bookies with a blizzard of winners
It was a reduced service in this weekend’s sporting schedule with the UK written off by the beast from the east. Heavy snowfall and high winds brought the country to a standstill and that was reflected in the football fixtures.
All seven matches went ahead in the English Premier League while organisers of the Scottish Cup were out shovelling snow to ensure they didn’t upset live TV backers, but many clubs seemed happy to give all concerned the day off, placing the safety of fans and staff above the need for points. Well done to them too.
Better late than never as Juve close the gap
Chaos across the board but one thing the weather couldn’t stop was our weekly bookie bashing. We knew what was coming, even if local councils didn’t, so opted to put our trust in the biggest matches from across Europe in the hope they’d have things a little easier than we did. That proved a shrewd move in Lazio vs Juventus on Saturday night.
The Old Lady are pushing hard for another Serie A title but have a fight on their hands this year, Napoli going into the weekend four points clear at the top of the league. They are four points clear no more, losing 4-2 at home to Roma in a real shock result. We told you Juve would pile on the pressure and we were right too, advising the away win at 5/4.
A great price for your accumulators but there was more to shout about in our correct score predictions, flagging up the value in backing 1-0 at 13/2. Dybala granted us a pay-out with a 93rd minute winner.
Big prize was worth the wait in France
On Sunday Caen enjoyed home advantage over Strasbourg and we knew home comforts were worth keeping an eye on. The Ligue 1 side were marked up at 23/20 with William Hill to win the fixture and that was our NAP of the game, but we always like to give a selection at bigger odds to hold your interest.
Sunday’s are a day of rest for many, but out expert tipsters never take a day off in our on-going war against the bookies and that’s why we get results.
2-0 Caen was the advice for those looking to have an interest in the early afternoon kick-off. It wasn’t a match that featured highly on the list of many – but it should’ve been. Caen 2-0 picked – Caen 2-0 home and hosed for a profit at a chunky 19/2 (Bet Victor). Crivelli and Guilbert scored at the end of the first and second halves. We were made to wait but boy was it worth it.
Cumbrians come to the rescue of domestic fans
It’s all well and good giving big priced winners on foreign football but what about those who prefer to stick to what they know? They needed looking after too, of course, and we like to cater for all. Dropping into the depths of League Two we told you Keith Curle’s Carlisle were a team finally moving in the right direction as they look to smash their way into the play-offs. We said they’d beat Grimsby Town at Brunton Park at even money and they did. That was a slice of value – we hope you listened.
Often we let the trends do the picking in the correct score market and that was our approach in this lower-league tie. If you read our pre-match preview you would’ve known Carlisle won their last home match 2-0 and also beat Grimsby without conceding earlier this season. It’s amazing what the stats throw up. 2-0 Carlisle gave a 9/1 profit.
Well done if you followed any of our weekend winners, with profitable tips given in a range of popular markets, including match betting, both teams to score, handicap and correct score. Heading towards spring there will be less of the snow but a bigger downfall of winners.
Highlights from our authors top picks last weekend were the following correct score winners:
Caen 2-0 @ 19/2
Carlisle 2-0 @ 9/1
Leganes 2-0 @ 17/2
Nice 2-1 @ 8/1
Juventus 1-0 @ 13/2