IT doesn’t really get any better than this – seven Super Single winners in a row and in the run-up to Christmas too.
On Monday I took Braga -1 at 6-5 on the Asian Handicaps and they strolled to a 3-0 win over Pacos Ferreira. My Daily Double of Braga and Chelsea also won at 7-4.
Luck plays a huge part in betting and anyone reading my posts yesterday will know I came close to choosing Juventus to beat Napoli in the Italian Super Cup.
What persuaded me to take Braga was the fact it was a league game and while there was a trophy up for grabs I wasn’t sure how much of a priority the game was for Juventus.
I did, however, predict Carlos Tevez to score first at 9-2 and also suggested under 2.5 goals and under 1.5 goals at Rio Ave v Belenseses which finished 0-0. For once the stats rang true.
To complete a great night I had a bet on John Terry to score first and credit for that must go to Chris Guy. I usually ignore his tips because I know they are speculative but Terry was worth a punt especially with bet365 doing their £50 inplay offer on the match.
My seven in a row has coincided with Johnb hitting a rich vein of form and it’s great to see so many positive comments and so many happy winners.
Someone asked what a roll-up would have returned on the sevenfold and the answer – provided by admin – is more than £3300 starting with a tenner. That of course is not advised by me but hopefully someone doing a £10-£10,000 challenge might have had a go.
Those challenges are great but I’m sure if I got to £3300 I’d be withdrawing and not putting it on Super Single No.8.
I’ve posted a separate preview on the Cowdenbeath v Hearts match and while I’ve looked at some Turkish Cup games I can’t get the team news I need to be confident of backing the likes of Fenerbahce and Galatasaray against minnows on the handicaps.
If anyone has team news or any thoughts feel free to post – and that goes for tomorrow’s Serie B matches which I won’t have time to look at as I’m finishing Saturday’s Daily Record pages tonight before going away for a few days.
My Super Single in today’s Daily Record is both to score at Cowdenbeath and that price has drifted to a best 19-20 at Coral and I’ve decided to go with it.
The drift will be because stats suggest Cowdenbeath will struggle to score but reading boss Jimmy Nicholl’s comments in the papers today I’m encouraged his side are going to launch into Hearts in the way they did Queen of the South successfully last weekend. Nicholl says his new gameplan is about all-out attack so let’s see if sticks to his word because if he does there should be a few goals.
Remember to check out our friends at We Love Betting for more tips and video chat and I noticed a few comments on the site praising their weekend efforts.
Cowdenbeath v Hearts btts (7.45pm)