Coupon Busters - Game Week 36Saturday, April 28 2018
Fix up, look sharp. Dizzee Nesbitt’s the tipster in da corner…
You say Coupon and I’ll say Buster.
Banker of the Week
- BTTS – Southampton v Bournemouth 7/10
- Man City to beat West Ham 3/10
- Man United to beat Arsenal 2/5
- Tottenham to beat Watford 1/6
Four ‘soft’ bankers that tot up to a measly 3/1 (or just under). Nothing to post on Facebook about, but better than overstretching and ending up with a torn up betting slip.
City and United look stand out pics on a tricky coupon. City are back in the groove and chasing down records and United will enjoying bullying and Arsenal team with next Thursday on their minds. And wishing Arsene a big ‘va te faire foutre’.
Only three of Bournemouth’s last 16 have failed to produce goals at both ends and this is surely the Saints last chance to show something. And Watford haven’t scored in their last nine away.
- Bet: Treble at 3/1 (4.0)
Value of the Week
We snaffled a decent 5/2 (ish) return from our Draw Trixie last weekend and I’m of a mind to dip back in. With plenty of teams just a point or two from safety, I can see a few stalemates being played out this weekend.
Burnley v Brighton and Huddersfield v Everton have got Draw written all over them. And Palace v Leicester and Southampton v Bournemouth also appeal. So let’s do this:
- Bet: Draw Trixie – Burnley v Brighton, Huddersfield v Everton & Southampton v Bournemouth.
Note: A Trixie is four bets (three doubles and a treble). So, for example, a £1 stake will cost £4 and pay a maximum return of £67.82if they all come in. Any two pays £10.
I also think that the 7/1 on offer for Bournemouth to win at Southampton with goals at both ends is too big. So we’ll have a nibble on that too.
- Bet: Bournemouth to Win & BTTS v Southampton at 7/1
Watch and earn with these three this weekend…
Stoke City (+3) v Liverpool
HT/FT Man City/ Man City v West Ham
Man United Win To Nil v Arsenal
- Bet: Treble at 5/1+ (6.3 available with Coral)
Collect your money.
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