Coupon Busters - Game Week 24

Friday, January 19 2018

 

It’s a bumper edition this week. If, that is, a ‘bumper edition’ is still a thing in this modern age of ePads, the webnet and hi-fi stacks with slow release cassette decks. 

It just means there’s more bets than usual. You’re welcome.

Match Results

  1. Leicester to beat Watford
  2. Man City to beat Newcastle 
  3. Tottenham to beat Southampton
  4. Liverpool to beat Swansea                   £1 Four-fold returns £4.50
  5. Man United to beat Burnley        
  6. Chelsea to beat Brighton                      £0.5 Six-fold returns £5.75

Under 2.5 Goals

  1. Stoke v Huddersfield
  2. Brighton v Chelsea                              £1 Double returns £2.84
  3. Burnley v Man United                          £1 Treble returns £4.75

Both Teams to Score

  1. West Ham v Bournemouth
  2. Leicester v Watford                             £1 Double returns £3

Win To Nil

  1. Man City to beat Newcastle
  2. Liverpool to beat Swansea                  £1 Double returns £4
  3. Man United to beat Burnley                £0.5 Treble returns £4.70

Win By 1 Goal

  1. Chelsea to beat Brighton
  2. Arsenal to beat Palace
  3. Man United to beat Burnley
  4. Leicester to beat Watford                   £0.55 Yankee returns £65 (Any two returns £5)                 

*In this context a Yankee is not a morbidly obese gun-nut, eating a corndog - it is simply11 bets in one: six Doubles, four Trebles and a Four-fold. A 5p Yankee bet costs £0.55p – 11 x 5p bets = £0.55p.

Play your cards right and I might be back over the weekend with a Match Profile on one the TV matches. I’m mad, me. 

Matt Nesbitt

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