Coupon Busters - Game Week 16Friday, December 8 2017
A tidy three from six in last week’s Coupon Busters, tucking a sweaty 6pts profit in our top pockets.
But before you spend it all on Spice, let’s see if we can reinvest a bit of it pulling the bookies’ pants down again this weekend.
- Liverpool to beat Everton
- Arsenal to beat Southampton
- Tottenham to beat Stoke
- Chelsea to beat West Ham £1 Fourfold returns £4.75
- Brighton to beat Huddersfield
- West Brom to beat Swansea
- Palace to beat Bournemouth £2 Trixie returns £19.50 (any two returns £3)
I wouldn’t blame you if you wanted to place the Fourfold as two Doubles. All have got a slightly streaky element about them, whether it’s the local derby factor or the moodiness of the North London pair at the mo. But all should win.
I’ve also dropped a little Trixie into the mixie. Which for the uncircumcised is actually four bets in one – three Doubles and a Treble. Your stake is multiplied by four, so this is a 50p bet x 4 = £2 total stake.
They are three big value wins that could all land with a stiff tailwind. But it’s a punt. So rather taking on the Treble, or picking out a Double I thought we’d make our underpants fireproof with a Trixie. Any two gives us a return.
- Burnley v Watford
- Newcastle v Leicester
- Man United v Man City £2 Trixie returns £32.96 (any two returns £5)
- Huddersfield v Brighton £1.10 Yankee returns £25.68 (any three returns £4.67)
And for these fab four draws I’ve turned it up to 11. A Yankee is 11 bets in one – six Doubles, four Trebles and a Fourfold. A 10p bet x 11 = £1.10 total stake. Any two gets out money back, three and we’re laughing. All four and we’re exposing our breasts.
Both Teams to Score
- Tottenham v Stoke
- Newcastle v Leicester £1 returns £3.52
- Burnley v Watford £1 returns £6.90
- Palace v Bournemouth £1 returns £13.13
Here I really like the Double. Compelling stats bullied me into the Treble. And my guts made me add the Fourfold. I’ve kept the £1 marker, but wouldn’t call you any rude names if you scaled your stakes down relative to the odds.
Oh, and don’t forget Super Dooper Sunday. In the red corners, Liverpool and Man United. In the blue corners, Everton and Man City.
My Match Profiles will help turn it all to green.
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