Coupon Busters - Game Week 34Friday, April 13 2018
Friday 13th?! Pfft! Matt Nesbitt scoffs at superstition. Thinks it's bad luck...
This lunchtime's episode of Undercover Boss USA brought a tear to my eye. So I'd like to do something for you. Go a Coupon Busting with this little lot...
Banker of the Week
- Man United to beat West Brom
- Bournemouth (+3) Handicap v Liverpool
- Swansea Win or Draw – Double Chance
- Newcastle Win or Draw – Double Chance at 10/3 (4.33)
United dropping points at home to West Brom following the Houdini act at Man City would be akin to… I dunno… giving Ronaldo an open goal after clawing back a 0-3 deficit in the Bernabeu, or something. Could never happen.
Bournemouth (+3) are better value than the Liverpool Win and Swansea and Newcastle are the PL’s form teams at home. Get on.
Bet: Four-fold Acca at 10/3 (4.33)
Value of the Week
We can cash in on the bookies ongoing distrust of unfashionable Burnley. Despite four wins on the spin, being 5th in the form table over the last month and facing a Leicester team with just 5pts from a possible 24 away to Top Half teams… you’ll still get odds against for the Home Win.
I’m going to make it one loader and take the Burnley Win & Both Teams to Score that’s paid off in three of the last four at an unmissable 5/1.
- Bet: Burnley & BTTS at 5/1.
I also like the look of Tottenham at the moment. They look strong, fit and focussed. Unlike Saturday’s visitors City. Who look at bit jaded, dazed and confused. They have always got goals in them, especially on those wide open space at Wembley but I fancy Spurs will over run them in the last half hour.
- Bet: Half-time/ Full-time Draw/ Tottenham at 11/2 (6.5)
Watch and earn with these three this weekend…
- Liverpool Win
- Tottenham v Man City BTTS
- Newcastle Win
Two tap ins should put us in a great position for Sunday’s 1.30pm kick off. That’ll take care of your bar bill.
- Bet: Treble at 5/1 (6.0)
I suppose the Grand National winner now, don’t you? Eyes roll.
My men on the inside – who know more about racing than me – are recommending Blaklion and Anibale Fly to win. With Gas Line Boy as an Each Way outsider.
Who the hell is Matt Nesbitt?
Punter. Tipster. Collector. Of winnings.
Meet the good boy behind Badman Betting...
World Cup 2010 Prediction Panel with Ruud Gullit and Sky’s Charlotte Jackson
The planned football career that would allow Matt to spend every afternoon in the bookies was cut mercifully short. So he was able to spend his mornings there too.
But rather than spunk his (sweet) FA pension on a day-tripper to Palookaville, Matt played smart. He watched, he listened. Learned his trade and earned a reputation.
But the bookies don’t like a winner...
First they closed his accounts. Then they tried legal action to shut down his tipping services. Now they employ him.
Matt has been providing winning football advice since 1998. And whether it has been via post, premium rate phone line, email, TV or Twitter – he has always made punters money.
Sign-up today for Matt’s weekly betting advice.