I DON’T have the time – and lack the knowledge – to put up darts tips but I know the World Championship that starts tonight will be a popular punting affair.
Earlier in the week I commented about the fact tournament sponsors were refunding losing outright bets (max £25) if odds-on favourite Phil Taylor bagged a 17th title.
THURSDAY was a day for watching football and not betting on it. In the end my Super Single came up at 7-4 thanks to Sevilla – but it wasn’t a confident tip.
Hopefully my comment before kick-off about the Spaniards fielding a strong side at Freiburg convinced more people to back them – but it was always a night for low stakes.
OWEN SCOTT’S been unable to sleep at night dreaming of Cumnock winning the Scottish Junior Cup. His side look on course for the last 16 after being drawn at home to Neilston.
McBookie.COM are the only online bookie listing first-scorer tips for all SPFL games and we’ve teamed up with the Scots firm to look at some of the best bets from the lower leagues.
And if you leave your choice of first scorer as a comment at the end of this article you will have a chance to win a £10 free bet with McBookie.com. Last week’s winner was our man raaljaca who was picked out at random. Email your McBookie username to email@example.com to claim your prize.Read More
Betfred are the bookies who made both teams to score the popular market it is today. Everyone offers the prices now – although not on all games – and Betfred still do bonus offers so check out the website.
LET’S start with our new contest – the Betfred Goals Galore which involved picking a both teams to score treble.
I put up a 9-2 shot that came in thanks to Southampton v Man City, Sunderland v Spurs and Fleetwood v Burton – with Burton scoring in the 90th minute.
FANCY a free £10 at Bet365? Have a go at my Super Single Competition and this week it could be you!
Well done to last week’s free bet winners; John Regan, Tonyg and matloe.Read More
LAST week five of the 10 on my shortlist were triumphant – and of course I plumped for Livingston who came back from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at Cowdenbeath.
Out of the other five put up four drew and the only loser was Brentford and I’d have knocked them off anyway after losing boss Uwe Rosler to Wigan on the eve of their FA Cup clash at Carlisle.