Coupon Busters - Game Week 18Friday, December 15 2017
A solid 6pts of profit from midweek (actually 5.82pts, but there’s nobody looking). And had Liverpool managed to find a goal against West Brom and Chelsea kept playing until the last whistle, we would’ve added a chunky 19pts on top of that.
Ah well, whatever. Nevermind.
Maybe we’ll get the breaks this weekend…
- Arsenal to beat Newcastle
- Chelsea to beat Southampton
- Everton to beat Swansea £1 Treble returns £3
- Burnley to beat Brighton £0.5 Four-fold returns £5
- Man City to beat Tottenham
- Man United to beat West Brom £0.5 Six-fold returns £12
This dirty half a dozen Match Results all have solid credentials. I’ve relegated the Manchester duo to punt status (not rhyming slang) based on value. But no-one will be surprised if they all come in.
Both Teams to Score
- Leicester City v Crystal Palace
- Bournemouth v Liverpool
- Man City v Tottenham £1 Treble returns £5
Palace are long overdue an away goal and I’d like to be on it. Bournemouth and Liverpool's pourous backlines means they will have to try to outscore each other. And that fact that only Swansea have failed to score past Man City in their last six matches encourages me to go to three.
Win to Nil
- Burnley to beat Brighton
- Everton to beat Swansea £1 Double returns £12
12/1 on Swansea and Brighton not to score is value every day of the week. Plus, sooner or later the bookies are going to start trusting that Burnley are actually a decent side and price them accordingly. But until then we'll keep them over a barrell.
Win & Both Teams to Score
- Leicester to beat Crystal Palace
- Liverpool to beat Bournemouth £0.5 Double returns £6
And just to finish, we’ll have a little tickle on another 12/1 Double that has got every chance.
Keep it chopped out, yeah?
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