Mar 24: Jordan’s Football Tips


JORDAN has already posted this tip for the Ecuador v Paraguay World Cup qualifier and here’s the reasoning behind it.

He says: Ecuador have come flying out of the traps in the qualifiers with 4 wins from 4 and will be looking to make it 5 from 5 at home to Paraguay.

The hosts will be without both Valencias (Enner and Antonio) who are both dealing with injuries. The good news for Ecuador is the West Ham striker hasn’t scored once in their games with Espanyol’s Caicedo leading the South American group with 4 goals and Martinez (PUMAS) with 2.

Ecuador have pulled off some good wins beating Argentina and Uruguay, scoring 2 or more in every game. Paraguay are the visitors who despite playing in the 3rd place playoff in Copa America are still the underdogs here and have a horrible history when coming to Quito.

I do like BTTS but with the way Ecuador have started their campaign you’d have to think they can score twice here even without two of their Premier League starters. Still have very good players including Swansea’s Jefferson Montero and Club America’s Arroyo.

There are a few more games from qualifiers I fancy. Could be a few cricket scores in Asia but there is only one team I think could be given a hiding and bookies know it’s likely to happen as markets are extremely limited so it could be one in play tomorrow. Good luck with your bets.

South America World Cup Qualifier (9pm)

Ecuador Over 1.5 Team Goals

(17-20, William Hill) – 2pts

March Totals

Bets 55
Points Staked 97.41
Points Returned 123.41
Profit/Loss +26

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    HullShaker 7 months ago

    Can’t disagree with that Jordan, great write-up. Ecuador have been an impressive beast of late…good luck 👍

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    Jordan 7 months ago

    Just for interest more than anything. Already seen a few big wins from some mentioned on here in Asia. I did say the Chinese might not be so busy as their season has just started and that might have been a factor. Two teams I think might do well is Syria and Saudi Arabia (@kyle-b was right :) ). They have played plenty of games this year for their domestic teams as the second half of the season kicked off in January. The Maylasians have played a few domestic games but not much is expected. The Syrians are also well into their season and should be match fit against the Cambodians who also aren’t expected to do much but may score for those that need them.

    Look for players called Mohammad Al Sahlawi for the Saudi’ who has 13 goals in 6 group games. Hasn’t been scoring much in the Saudi league but should break that duct against the opposition who have conceded 16 goals in 3 away games, but really you could only count it as 2 as one was a 1-0 win against one of the worst sides in the competition in East Timor. A 10-0 win by the UAE and 6-0 by Palestine. Bodes well for the highest scoring team in the group.

    Omar Khribin and Osama Omari are the two players you want to see in the Syrian side. 9 goals between them and with Syria in second place behind Japan who now hold a 4 point gap, they will likely be looking to get through by a best second ranked team. They already have 5 wins from 6, only losing to Japan 3-0 at home, so will likely have a chance at qualification if they can continue to beat the minnows in the group, and Cambodia are of of them.

    Syria Over 3.5 Team Goals
    Saudi Arabia Over 4.5 Team Goals

    11/10 @ Unibet – 3 points

    Syria Over 4.5 Team Goals
    Saudi Arabia Over 5.5 Team Goals

    3/1 @ Unibet – 1 point

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    nathanufton 7 months ago

    Worth noting:

    I always keep an eye on Ecuador in their home games for one very simple reason that seems to go amiss with the average punter…… drumroll please………. Their national stadiums are at altitude !! as does the Bolivian and Colombian home grounds.

    It doesn’t sound like much but even allowing for a few weeks of altitude adjustment, home advantage has got to be worth an extra 20-30% just in terms of getting oxygen into your lungs. Why do you think the likes of Brazil and Argentina often struggle against essentially the minnows of South American football??

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      Jordan 7 months ago

      You’re not wrong but not all the players play in altitude for domestic teams. Paraguay has high cities I imagine too. Still like the goals regardless of altitude but a good spot for sharing with us.

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    robbie c 7 months ago

    Evening all
    Cheers for tip Jordan
    I’m gunna go for your tip but couldn’t get that bet on WH
    Wales or draw 2/7
    Ukraine to win 3/10
    Ecuador to win 4/9
    Treble pays 1.41 on WH
    Good luck all and thanks for tips

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    interyernan 7 months ago

    😎👍 nice one mate

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    theboss 7 months ago

    Nice one Jordan! 😉

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    oozie 7 months ago

    Can’t beat a last minute goal. ⚽️ ⚽️

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