Midweek Preview - Game Week 14Tuesday, November 28 2017
There’s a full midweek program for us to get our grubby mitts on.
The weekend saw 7/10 Tap-ins and 5/10 Smart Money bets landed – delivering 8.82pts profit if you’re counting.
And just the one Scorecast. Which is no good to anyone.
Must do better...
Brighton v Crystal Palace
Brighton have picked up 14pts from a possible 18 against Bottom Seven teams. Palace haven’t scored on the road yet, so it looks a nailed on home win. But I think Palace are on the up.
Tap in: Wilfried Zaha to have 1+ shot on target 4/5 with Coral.
Smart Money: Both Teams to Score at 21/20.
Scorecast: Fancy Palace just might sneak a 1-1.
Leicester City v Tottenham
Leicester haven’t taken a single point from five matches against Top Six teams. Tottenham look happier away from trembly Wembley. 100% v Teams outside the Top Four, none conceded.
Tap in: Away Win at 8/11.
Smart Money: Tottenham Win to Nil at 21/10.
Scorecast: Spurs back in the saddle. 0-2.
Watford v Man United
Most of Watford’s best work has been done on the road, but they will remember out-muscling United here last season. Just 5pts from the last five away matches for Mourinho.
Tap in: Result after 30 minutes – Draw at 4/6.
Smart Money: Man United Win, Over 10.5 Corners & Over 35.5 Booking Points at 6/1 with Coral
Scorecast: United cannot afford not to win this. 0-1
West Brom v Newcastle United
Albion are on the up. To be fair they haven’t been far short all season and no doubt boosted by rattling Spurs. Newcastle are in a tail spin. Can’t see where the next clean sheet is coming from.
Tap in: Under 2.5 Goals at 4/7.
Smart Money: West Brom Win & Under 2.5 Goals at 16/5.
Scorecast: Corner turned. 2-0.
Arsenal v Huddersfield
Arsenal tend to do just enough at home, but are quietly building a head of steam. Huddersfield are 540 minutes without a goal on the road and Sunday will have taken a bit out of them.
Tap in: Home Win but don’t you dare at 1/5.
Smart Money: Draw/ Arsenal HT/ FT is the value pick at 14/5.
Scorecast: Another 2-0.
Bournemouth v Burnley
Two form teams. Bournemouth are four wins from six and haven’t conceded in three. Burnley have been better than Man United, Liverpool and Arsenal away from home so far.
Tap in: Under 2.5 Goals at 8/13.
Smart Money: Draw & Both to Score is value at 18/5.
Scorecast: Not a lot between these. 1-1.
Chelsea v Swansea
Chelsea are starting to motor. They begin a run of eight very winnable looking matches tonight. Can’t say the same for Swansea.
Tap in: Home Win but don’t bother at 2/11.
Smart Money: Chelsea Win & Under 3.5 Goals at Evens is more like it.
Scorecast: Chelsea’s sloppiness tells me 2-1.
Everton v West Ham
The threat of Big Sam and the visit from Dull David won’t help anybody’s mood at Goodison. West Ham have got Man City, Chelsea and Arsenal up next so need something here. Not out of the question.
Tap in: West Ham Draw No Bet at 6/5.
Smart Money: West Ham Win to Nil is value at 17/4.
Scorecast: Oh go on then 1-2.
Man City v Southampton
Fancy City to win this one. No, really. Southampton have only scored once in six matches past teams outside the Bottom Seven so far.
Tap in: Home Win but not at 2/11.
Smart Money: City Win & Under 3.5 Goals is much better at 13/10.
Scorecast: City haven’t won 3-0 yet this season.
Stoke v Liverpool
Stoke tend to fair better against better teams – four of their six defeats have been by Bottom Eight teams. Liverpool guarantee goals. At both ends.
Tap in: Both Teams to Score at 4/6.
Smart Money: If you fancy a big price swerve ball, the Stoke Win , Both Teams to Score, Under 10.5 Corners & Under 35.5 Booking Points pays 16/1 with Coral.
Scorecast: Stoke away on a Wednesday night? 1-1.
A serving of Coupon Busters will be along later. Oh yeah.
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