ON a quiet Monday I took a chance on CSMS Iasi and they brought up a much-needed Super Single win.
The Romanians were my only tip at 11-10 to beat Universitatea Cluj and gave me a 3.55 points profit.
I spent a few hours looking at games I wouldn’t normally touch yesterday but that research paid off as I described short-priced Suduva as best bets of the night, advised against Pacos Ferreira and suggested the h2h was against Swiss Challenge League leaders Servette at Wil.
Tuesday’s a busier night with three league games in England, six in the Conference Premier, four in the Scottish lower leagues and a full card in the Irish league among others. I had a good look at all the UK games last night and have checked latest team news.
A full preview is on a separate thread while this one will just round up the tips with a brief explanation.
There were several sides on my Super Single shortlist but the one I’ve decided to go with is Rochdale at Oldham in League Two.
Rochdale boss Keith Hill has no new injury problems as his side chase a third successive victory. Oldham on the other hand have concerns over their two first-choice keepers with on-loan Blackburn man Jake Kean being assessed after missing Saturday’s victory over Crewe with a knee injury. Teenager Joel Coleman kept a clean sheet in his absence but injured his calf and is a major doubt so boss Dean Holden may need to make an emergency signing today.
Conor Wilkinson, who netted the winner against Crewe, is away with Republic of Ireland Under-21s and Amari Morgan-Smith, Jacob Mellis, George Elokobi, Joseph Mills, Liam Kelly, Dominic Poleon and James Wilson are all injured.
Dale have won four out of their last five and will climb back into the top six with a win so there’s a bit of pressure on but with Oldham losing their last four home games it would be a surprise if the visitors lose but of course it’s a derby so that’s something to consider.
Rochdale are being tipped everywhere I look and are a best 13-8 with Betfred. To cover the possibility of the draw I’m doing 2pts on Rochdale and four points on Rochdale not to lose (double chance) at 8-15 with bet365.
Reasoning for my Top Treble is on the other thread and I’m going for Sheffield Utd at home to Scunthorpe, Braintree at home to Telford and Falkirk at Cowdenbeath.
There is a separate goals thread but the goals single is both to score at Raith v QoS. It’s a must-win game for Raith who trail Queens by 11 points in the play-off chase so I’m sure they’ll go for the win.
Queens have won just three on the road but followed a home success against Raith with a 4-1 success over Cowdenbeath and as we know boast quality forwards. They’ve beaten Raith three times this season with the Kirkcaldy meeting finishing 4-3 in their favour while both have scored in three of the last four meetings at Stark’s Park.
4pts Rochdale not to lose
2pts Top Treble
(7-2, bet365, BetVictor)
3pts Goals Single
Raith v QoS btts
Super Single March record
24 bets (8 winners, 14 losers, 2 void)
Goals March record
17 bets (8 winners, 9 losers)
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