Aug 2: Jordan’s Football Tips

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JORDAN had a decent Monday with five tips and three winners.

He says: “A small interest for me this morning where I go to Australia for the FFA Cup which involves the A-League sides for the first time.

“Melbourne City were a team I followed extensively last season and over the summer they have done a bit of business. They lost the best player in the A-League last season in Aaron Mooy who quite surprisingly was recalled by City and still he stays in Manchester.

“He had 20 assists last season and if they can’t replace him they’ll be in trouble. They have, however, added to their firepower up top with the signing of Tim Cahill. Perhaps one of the best Australian footballers in history will be a defensive nightmare if he and Bruno Fornaroli can form a partnership.

“Harry Novillo was also a loss in the summer. The winger had a lot of pace and contributed to many of their goals last season. Their defence was bad enough last year and despite finishing fourth overall they actually conceded the third most amount of goals in the league.

“They haven’t done much additions at the back end with only a signing of an U-21 defender for Adelaide. Melbourne scored 63 goals last year, 14 more than any other team. Mooy and Novillo were involved in 46 of them which is a huge loss of attacking force so I’ll be eager to see where they add.

“Melbourne City have played one game since the April 24 which was a friendly against Port Melbourne on the July 20. They will now be travelling across country to a side who are fourth in their domestic league and have had 17 games in the space of Melbourne’s last competitive fixture.

“They have the best home record in their league with only one defeat in nine and I think they can score here as they are much more match sharp. This isn’t a team who play defensive with 11 of their 18 league games seeing over 3.5 goals this season which leads me to believe we could have a few here.

“Over 4.5 pays 5-4 with MarathonBet and while I think that’s possible I prefer the idea of BTTS. Bookies are giving Melbourne a bit too much respect in my opinion considering the little football they have played over the past couple of months.

“Both to score and over 2.5 pays 11-8 with the same firm which is also possible but with the good price without the third goal I’ll take a chance.

“For the brave Floreat Athena +3AH pays 4-5 with Stan James. A 3-0, 4-1, 5-2 loss etc would see a void.”

Australia FFA Cup (11.30am)

Floreat Athena v Melbourne City BTTS (5-4, 365– 2 points

 

17 Comments
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    96tone 4 months ago

    I track Athena and they can score. City had a nasty habit of conceding last season even tho they picked up up the points. I also like metro stars and bentleigh on btts and overs. But only pays 4/6

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    hendz77 4 months ago

    Western Sydney wanderers to dick Wellington Phoenix at 10/11. Followed all of the a league last season watching many games. Wsw will be to technical and have more quality than their opponents.

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      96tone 4 months ago

      Luv wsw. It’s what football is all about. But like melb city can leak. Fancied btts tonite. But after so many near misses wsw for the league final at 6/1 got to be worth a nibble

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    Jordan 4 months ago

    1-1 59th minute 😀

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    waddo 4 months ago

    Top stuff @jordan – thank you 👍🍻

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    philwindy 4 months ago

    Top tip Jordan. I am an avid follower and knew this tip was to good to miss. Thanks again.

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      Jordan 4 months ago

      Cheers Phil. It shortened a lot this morning with BTTS going off odds on across the board.

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    philwindy 4 months ago

    Also on the +4 handicap in an accu,which is looking tidy 😃

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    philwindy 4 months ago

    Yeah they were offering profit, so a great shout from you 😄

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    km654321 4 months ago

    Jordan top man 😎

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    radu 4 months ago

    @jordan – Chapeau Bas Sir !!!

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    eddie o 4 months ago

    Excellent stuff mate

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    lieutenant dan 4 months ago

    Great tip Jordan, thanks for the research! Wouldn’t have even looked at that game if it wasn’t for your info, cheers.

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    HullShaker 4 months ago

    Great write-up and great tip Jordan – well done sir 👏

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    Jordan 4 months ago

    CONCACAF Champions League restarts tonight where MLS strugglers Vancouver Whitecaps head to T&T champions Central FC. The MLS has been a funny one so far this season with the majority of last years bad teams doing well, and the good teams not performing as you would expect. This goes for the Whitecaps who have really struggled away from home this season keeping only one clean sheet in 13 away games this year conceding 2.1 goals on average. Coach Carl Robinson has already said he will take a different squad with one eye already one their away game in Colorado on Sunday. If I’m right then that means he could play the 15 year old homegrown ‘wonder-kid’ Alphonso Davies who has been called up into the main squad and featured in their Canadian Championship game not so long ago. We could also see Giles Barnes who was traded from Houston last week so they still could have some attacking threat regardless of a rotated squad.

    The Trinidadians will be playing in the second consecutive competition and have added a homegrown player of their own with the loan signing of Kenwyne Jones from new MLS franchise Atlanta FC. Last year they were unbeaten at home and even played out a 1-1 against LA Galaxy. They haven’t had much game time over the past couple of months with their season ending end of May, but they take the competition seriously and conditions will favour them with Vancouver playing their third consecutive away game in the last 10 days and as already said, looking at their next MLS fixture.

    CONCACAF Champions League – 1:00AM

    Central FC/Vancouver Whitecaps BTTS & Over 2.5 Goals @ 10/11 @ 365 – 2.2 points

    The later game has current Mexican league leaders Pachuca at home to Olimpia FC. Difficult to find info on this without having to translate into broken English so I’m tempted to leave it but if Pachuca play a reasonably strong side (which they are known to do at home in this competition) then they could score a few goals with Olimpia only just starting their domestic campaign and a very long trip on the road. Small possibility they could score. Team news will likely be out at around 2:00AM. I may be up but if not, these are only guidelines.

    Pachuca goal before 28:00 @ 5/6 @ 365
    Pachuca Over 2.5 Team Goals @ 17/20 @ William Hill
    Pachuca Win & BTTS @ 15/8 @ 365

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    Jordan 4 months ago

    Cheers lads. Good luck for the rest of today.

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