IT was a nice full house on Tuesday with a Super Single winner and both teams to score treble.
The SS was a bit of sweat with Dover being pegged back twice before scoring an injury-time clincher at Torquay. It was the opposite with the both to score National League treble which came up inside 30 minutes.
I’m sure I’d have advised covering Dover when they led 2-1 with about 10 minutes to go but I was at a meeting with admin and we looked at the stats and I was talked into leaving it. Worked out in the end but still like to look at cover or cash-out options.
I left the JP Trophy ties alone but the Plymouth were the one many people were on in their 5000th match against Exeter and they ran out 2-0 winners. Well done everyone who posted winning tips on a tricky night and there were plenty.
As most people know we’re close to launching the new site and full details will be revealed soon. We’re continuing to test it this week and plan to launch later this month. It’s half-term in Scotland next week and admin don’t want to go ahead with several people on holiday or like me a bit busier with the kids off.
It’s been a decent start to the month and it’s goals bets that have proved profitable with all three winning accumulators being btts trebles at 11-2, 11-2 and 41-10.
Greg Browning’s branding me the “both to score king” but I have to point all but one National League game featured both sides scoring so even my dug could have picked them!
Wednesday’s the last quiet night before we’re hit with six hectic days of Euro 2016 qualifiers. There is one JP Trophy tie and one National League match as well as some Under-21 qualifiers to look at.
Once again the non-league match looks goal-laden with 35 goals in the last 10 league meetings between Aldershot and Forest Green and over 2.5 in eight of the last 10 clashes. Both to score pays 4-6 at bet365 while over 2.5 goals is 4-5 with bet365 and others. And if you reckon it will go over 3.5 you can have 21-10 at BetVictor and William Hill.
I wouldn’t put anyone off btts or over 2.5 goals and I’ve decided to feature them on a double with New York Red Bulls v Montreal in the MLS. Seven of Red Bull’s last eight home matches have gone over 2.5 goals and it’s the same for 10 of 12 on the road for Montreal.
The last five meetings have produced 20 goals and both scoring in all but one. Montreal’s only result was a 1-1 draw – the only time it went under 2.5 goals.
They have Didier Drogba in form with seven in seven games but their squad is weakened by seven players on international duty. Drogba is 2-1 with Skybet to net while Red Bull’s Bradley Wright-Phillips, 46 goals in the last two seasons, is 10-3 at Skybet to score first.
2pts Goals Double
Aldershot v Forest Green btts
NY Red Bulls v Montreal btts
October Super Single stats
6 bets (3 winners)
8 bets (3 winners)
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