JORDAN had a decent Friday with his main bet landing and Cyle Larin scoring what was the only goal in New York.
He says: I have an odds-on double today. In Ligue 1 Troyes were beaten a record 9-0 against PSG last week and will be without defender Karaboue. Caen are obviously no PSG but have had decent results at home recently, drawing 2-2 with second-placed Monaco, and beating 3rd and 4th-placed Rennes and Nice in 3 of 4 on home soil.
Caen won 3-1 in Troyes even with 10 men for over half and hour and managing to add to their total. Troyes have conceded 2 or more in their last 5 away from home. Caen should win and score a couple with all their key players available.
On the first night of the MLS this season I said NYCFC were overpriced to score twice in Chicago at 17-20 and they won 4-3.
Tonight the Columbus Crew who come into town who are also being overpriced at 11-8 to score twice. They play much better football than New York with Kamara, Finley, Higuain and Meram. Both sides have conceded 4 or more goals over their first 2 games this season, with both of the Crews seeing BTTS & Over 2.5. With that 4-3 thriller on the opening day I think we could have a similar game tonight with Columbus having more chances but Chicago catching them on the break with Accam and Igboananike.
Kei Kamara has scored in each of his last 3 games against the Fire (4 in total) and opened his account last weekend in their shock loss at home to the Union. Both sides will be eager to get their first win of the season and should lead us to goals being frail at the back. Chicago’s David Accam has scored in 2 of his last three against the Crew and has scored in both games for the Fire this season.
Caen Over 1.5 Team Goals – French Ligue 1 (7pm)
Columbus Crew To Score – USA MLS (9pm)
(9-10, BoyleSports) – 3 points
Chicago Fire/Columbus Crew BTTS & Over 2.5 Team Goals
(17-20, William Hill) – 2 points
Kei Kamara (Columbus Crew) to score
(6-4, BetVictor) 1 point
Kamara/David Accam Anytime Double
(11-2, Skybet) 0.5pts
Points Staked 82.25
Points Returned 111.35