GARETH BALE got me out of jail as he landed two Super Singles at once with his late winner in Cyprus.

I backed the Wales superstar at 7-2 to score first and 5-4 at any time so I’ve started September with three winners.

It was a different story with the accas as Croatia beat the Top Treble with a tame 0-0 draw in Azerbaijan and Holland downed the btts double by not scoring at home to Iceland.

In hindsight Iceland to score was the bet and Holland’s best chance of reaching the final now looks to be through the play-offs with the islanders all set to qualify for their first tournament.

The Euro 2016 qualifiers continue tonight with games in Group D, F and I. I’ve put up a preview covering the matches in Scotland’s Group D and will try to add to that throughout the day.

In Group F you have to fancy Northern Ireland to stay on track for the final with a win at the Faroes while Greece v Finland looks a classic for unders as Bulgaria v Norway was last night.

In Group I we have under-fire Scots ref Willie Collum in charge of Denmark v Albania. Collum was blasted for sending off Hearts’s Callum Paterson at Hamilton at the weekend and that red’s been rescinded. Anyone fancy a sending-off in Copenhagen?

Much of my focus is on Saturday’s Daily Record column and my weekend selections but I’m putting some top tips now and may add to them. In my Euro 2016 preview I tip Scotland to win and believe it will be one goals – probably 1-0.

So the first Super Single is Scotland to win by one at 12-5 with bet365 and I’m taking Robbie Keane at 5-2 to score first for Ireland against Gibraltar.

Got to mention Greg Browning for picking another winning nap and everyone else who posted successful tips – and a word of consolation for selectabet whose combo correct score treble needed another Italy goal to stay alive.

1pt Super Singles

Scotland to win by one (5pm)
(12-5, bet365)

Keane to score first (7.45pm)
(5-2, bet365)

1pt Top Treble

Northern Ireland (7.45pm)
Germany v Poland btts (7.45pm)
Greece v Finland under 2.5 goals (7.45pm)
(4-1, Paddy Power)

September Super Single record

3 bets (3 winners)
Profit: 8.1pts

Advised Accas

3 bets (3 losers)
Loss: 5pts

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  1. ryan 3 years ago

    Here are my updated Friday previews for 5 of the 8 Euro qualifiers and suggested bets.

    I will post my final “best bets” with stake suggestions late afternoon tomorrow.

    International – EURO qualification Group. F

    20:45 Faroe Islands vs N.Ireland – Prediction 0.1- Suggested Bets – Under 2.5 goals @3/5, Laffery to score anytime @6/4

    Northern Ireland have a wonderful chance to qualify for the finals in France next summer but they really need to try to get 3 points here against the not so awful Faroes who have surged up the FIFA rankings following their stunning double victory over a Greece side very much continuing the current tradition of Greek shame. What happened to 2004 eh boys?

    The Northern Irish are enjoying a tremendous campaign sitting 2nd in the group with 13 points and while they are odds on favourites to win here @8/13, I don’t think it’s a bet I’ll be taking, considering their usually woeful away form in years gone by.

    The visitors today had gone 16 away matches without a victory before they shocked Hungary in Budapest and followed that up with another away win, this time in Greece a month later but their overall away record in recent history is pretty awful with just 5 wins in 57 away games over 8 years and while they have obviously improved, I feel the 8/13 is too short considering their poor record historically.

    Ok, it’s only the Faroes but they showed not just in their wins over Greece but also in narrow defeats to Romania and Hungary that they are not the same pushovers they once were and while I hope the Irish can get the result they need, it won’t be in my best bets today.

    Kyle Laffery is in tremendous form for his nation with 5 goals in his last 5 caps, all in the qualifying campaign and if anyone scores for the visitors, it could well be the big man who is 6/4 to score anytime and that could be worth a punt with Lafferty proving to be a real handful as the lone striker.

    The more realistic bet for me is the under 2.5 goals market which pays at 3/5. Only 2 of Northern Ireland’s last 14 away games have seen more than 2.5 goals and I expect a similar outcome here with the visitors perhaps just sneaking it but I don’t think it’s going to be easy for Michael O’Neill’s men in Torshavn.

    20:45 Hungary vs Romania – Prediction 1.1- Suggested Bets – Draw @21/10 Under 2.5 goals @1/2

    Biggest game of the group on Friday sees top of the table Romania travel to Budapest to take on a Hungary side that sit just 2 points behind the Romanians in the chase for qualification.

    This is a game that looks certain to be low scoring in a group that has for the most part been very tight and lacking in goal action. Hungary have won 3, drawn 2 and lost just once while only scoring 5 goals in the process but conceding only 1. The very fact that Northern Ireland are the groups top scorers tells you all you need to know about this section and the recent history of these 2 sides suggest goals will certainly be at a premium.

    Hungary’s last 5 fixtures in the group produced just 4 goals with only 1 conceded, with 5 of their 6 fixtures in the group also going under 2.5 goals while Romania have seen only 8 goals scored in their 6 fixtures with all 6 games going under 2.5 goals.

    With all that is on the line, I can really envisage a tight, close and low scoring fixture that neither side will want to lose, so I’ll take the 8/15 on under 2.5 goals while I also quite fancy the possibility of a draw so it’s either 0.0 or 1.1. Take your pick on that in what could be one of my favourite dour draws of the weekend.

    20:45 Greece vs Finland – Prediction – Suggested Bets – No bets

    Two teams with really little to play for so this is a definite no bet fixture for me.

    International – EURO qualification Group I

    20:45 Denmark vs Albania – Prediction 1.1- Suggested Bets – Albania not to lose @5/4, BTTS @6/5

    Denmark take on another of the competitions surprise packages in Albania who travel to Copenhagen in fine spirits having won 3 of their opening 4 fixtures in the group.

    Both sides are locked on 10 points but the visitors do have a game in hand and will fancy their chances of getting a positive result in this fixture in which the Danes are considered 4/6 odds on favourites with the bookies despite Albania being unbeaten so far.

    Denmark have won 4 of their last 5 at home but only 2 of those were competitive games and going back a little longer they have just 3 wins from their previous 8 home qualifying matches and I’m not convinced that 4/6 represents a fair price for the Danes in a fixture that should be closely fought.

    It really has been a great campaign so far for Albania though with 2 stunning away wins in both Portugal and Serbia really sending out shock-waves cross Europe while they also took a point at home to the Danes and recorded a further win in their home contest with Armenia. Not only that but a win and a draw over next summers hosts France in friendly fixtures show that this is an Albanian team not to be under-estimated. They have lost just 1 in 7, that a 1.0 reverse in a friendly in Italy and they have every chance of finishing in either the top 2 or in the play-off position.

    The two bets to consider are BTTS and Albania not to lose. The Albanians have scored in 4 of their last 5 away games while they have only conceded twice in 8 games so I really fancy that they can take a point or better here @5/4 odds. BTTS is priced at a big 6/5 and is possible, considering the form of Albania but also the Danes strong home form which has seen them score at least one goal in 11 of their last 13 home fixtures.

    i fancy this one could finish level and I’m gonna try Albania not to lose @5/4 and BTTS @6/5.

    20:45 Serbia vs Armenia – Prediction – Suggested Bets – No bets

    Both sides have just 2 points between them, and have no chance to qualify so for that reason, there shall not be any bets here.

    International – EURO qualification Group D

    1800 CET – Georgia v Scotland – Predictions – 0.1 – Suggested Bets – Scotland to win @1/1

    Quite honestly, I really can’t bet on this fixture for a number of reasons. Well I can, only I really shouldn’t. It’s just not good for the heart.

    The bookies now seem to realise Scotland aren’t crap anymore and they have us priced at 1/1 favourites to win in Georgia. While one part of me feels it’s a good price because everyone else in the group has managed it so far, another part of me is absolutely terrified about this game, for obvious reasons and memories, and I doubt that having any potential bets riding on a Scotland win would aid my physical or mental condition should we fail to do the business.

    Quite simply, this fixture and the rest of this campaign mean more to me as a Scotland fan than any other fixtures in recent history. WE HAVE TO QUALIFY. It’s just that simple and my belief is that if we are to qualify, 3 points will be essential here. Nothing can be guaranteed from our next 2 fixtures at home to Germany and Poland and if we fail to win here it will surely result in 1 of those glorious failures we have gotten so skilled at.

    Still, I have been banging on about Scotland qualifying for over a year now having first tipped them up at 11/4 and I’m not going to change my tune now, especially as our odds are now 8/11 on for qualification so while I do expect us to win, is the 1/1 price a good one and should we take it?

    Scotland are good on the road under Strachan and with only 2 defeats in 15 fixtures, this is the most optimistic the nation has been about the team in many a year and that confidence is certainly being translated in the players performances since the appointment of ever popular Strachan. They have their swagger once again and are playing with real optimism and belief now and why shouldn’t they?

    Scotland have lost just 1 of their last 7 away games, that to Germany in the first game of this section but since then they are unbeaten having taken 4 points from Ireland and gained a precious draw in Poland as well as wins over Georgia and Gibraltar at home but it is the manner of the performances that has really raised expectations.

    Georgia are no mugs, particularly en casa but it remains to be seen if they will attack Scotland or whether they will be content to cede position and look to hit the Scots on the counter attack. I expect the latter and it could prove enormously difficult for us to break this side down if that should be their intention.

    The home fixture saw Scotland play some brilliant football but they only emerged with a narrow 1.0 win although in truth it should have been more comfortable than that. The Georgians aren’t a great team but they are undoubtedly to be respected although the Scots must be fully aware that all 3 of their rivals in the group have already won in Tblisi and a Scottish failure to do so here would be a serious setback that is not out of the question when you consider that the Georgians held France to a goal-less draw in qualifying 2 years ago, and also beat Croatia in qualifying 4 years ago. And of course in 2007…no, I won’t go there again.

    So do I have the balls to back Scotland in my best bets? I’m confident we are going to win and I would imagine the 1/1 on offer will shorten before kick-off on Friday so they might find their way on to one of my doubles or trebles but I don’t know if I could take a late Georgian goal to break both bets and hearts. Let’s wait and see.

    Much depends on the intent of the Georgians and I really do hope they come out and try to get at the Scots. This will allow our pacy wide men to counter effectively and if the match should play out in that form then I can see Scotland edging to a more comfortable victory than anyone would ever dream possible.

    In terms of team selection, I do hope that Ikechi Anya will be in the starting line up but once again it depends how deep the Georgians plan on defending their own penalty box. It could be a conundrum for Strachan but you would expect the speedy winger to be in the first 11.

    Brown, Morrison, Maloney and Steven Fletcher would seem certain to start but the final midfield berth and the full back areas are still up for grabs with Craig Forsyth surely set to be dropped after his poor display in Ireland. Steven Whittaker offers experience and attacking verve and should be in at left-back.

    Indeed Strachan has plenty of decisions to make regarding his team. Does Charlie Mulgrew start? and if so, where? What about Darren Fletcher? fully fit and playing games at WBA, his experience could be vital in a fixture like this but I have a feeling though that wee Gordon will be more adventurous that that tough and you might find Steven Naismith or Matt Richie starting with Maloney playing at the tip of the midfield three.

    In the end, Scotland should win but then again, how often have we said that? well actually, maybe not that often. Throughout this campaign I have felt utterly confident and almost expectant that Scotland would qualify but now with these crunch fixtures upon us, I have that traditional sense of Scottish doom. Is this going to be our breaking point? or will we rise like the lions we are and bring home the crucial 3 points?

    Friday will tell us everything we need to know about this Scotland team. Win this one and surely our dreams will come true. Defeat? well it’s not even worth thinking about.

    20:45 Germany vs Poland – Prediction 2.2- Suggested Bets – BTTS @11/10, Poland not to lose @11/4

    World champions Germany are as short as 1/4 to beat Poland here and while they should get the win that they need, it won’t be easy against an old rival that had the better of them 10 months ago in Warsaw.

    The competitions most keenly contested group is really hotting up and this fixture could prove vital in determining who it will be that qualifies for next summers finals and anything but a win for Germany will leave their own place in the tournament under threat with Scotland and the Poles in good positions to claim 1 or indeed both of the automatic qualifying spots available.

    Having dropped home points to Ireland and in Poland, the Germans cannot rest on their laurels and assume that qualification will just take care of itself. They HAVE to see this fixture as a must win if they are to be successful in their pursuit of the top 2 positions in the section. A draw here and a Scotland win in Georgia would have the Germans travelling to Glasgow on Monday night level with the Scots in joint 2nd position, knowing that another away trip to Ireland still awaits them. Make no mistakes, the Germans cannot afford to make any mistakes here, especially not to their old rivals Poland.

    The Poles have looked very dangerous in this campaign and were particularly impressive in their fine 2.0 win over Germany last year although they did of course struggle with the brilliant Scots who claimed a well earned point in Poland having lead 2.1 with 20 minutes to play but we have come to expect that from the revitalised Scots!

    Germany have been average so far and I’m certainly not backing a home win with a price as silly as 1/4. This is a good Poland team that have a world class striker in Lewandowski as well as the young and dangerous Ajax forward Millik, and they will be hugely up for this contest and I just don’t see them being remotely scared of the test to follow, especially considering the performances of both Scotland and Ireland in Germany.It is also worth remembering that the Poles are unbeaten in 3 meetings with Germany over the past 5 years.

    The Polish are also unbeaten in their last 10 fixtures, last beaten by the brilliant Scots in a friendly, and will travel to Germany with high spirits and with the rivalry that exists, I expect a hot tempered and highly competitive fixture that could see BTTS, certainly based on recent stats. The Germans have seen BTTS in 9 of their last 11 fixtures and in 7 of their last 8 at home with goals leaked in Germany against the following teams; Armenia, Cameroon, Ireland, Australia, USA and of course two of the stronger nations in world football, Argentina and Scotland. Stop laughing.

    While a home win is expected, I much prefer the BTTS odds of 11/10 with Poland scoring in 8 of their last 11 away qualifiers and Germany conceding a remarkable 21 goals in their last 15 home fixtures. They have only managed 1 clean sheet in 8 at home, and that to Gibraltar! They are still not resembling the team that won the World Cup last summer and for me, the 11/4 on Poland not to lose might be worth a sniff.

    In this campaign, the Poles scored 2 in Ireland, 7 in their away game with Gibraltar and 4 in Georgia while they have scored in 6 of their last 8 away qualifiers overall and with Germany’s defence really not impressing, I fancy the visitors to strike.

    You would assume Germany will score, having done so in 30 out of 33 home qualifiers this century so I’ll go with BTTS at odds against 11/10 as my best bet here.

    20:45 Gibraltar vs Ireland – Prediction -0.4 – Suggested Bets – No bets

    Given that I’m only previewing matches where either side has a realistic chance to qualify, I will be giving this one a miss. Sorry Ireland fans. Well, not really.

    Easy away win and a bench mark for Scotland to match in 2 months time.

    Suggested Bets

    Faroes v N Ireland – Under 2.5 goals @3/5
    Faroes v N Ireland – Lafferty to score anytime
    Georgia v Scotland – Scotland to win @1/1
    Hungary v Romania – Under 2.5 goals @1/2
    Denmark v Albania – Albania not to lose @4/5,
    Denmark v Albania – BTTS @6/5
    Germany v Poland – BTTS @11/10

    Long shots

    Poland not to lose @11/4
    Hungary v Romania – Draw @21/10

  2. Jordan 3 years ago

    Friday – Euro Qualifier – 7:45PM

    In Gibraltars home qualifiers against Poland and Germany, they were only 1-0 down at the half and went on to lose 7-0 in both games. Most of the Gibraltarian players are amateurs, so fitness is probably the likely reason for this. Mr F also added to this piece yesterday that the manager had been complaining of his players fitness due to their domestic season not starting yet. Interesting stat, 8 of Irelands last 9 competitive goals have come in the second half. Ireland were 3-0 up within 18 minutes at home with a Robbie Keane hat-trick, they then went on to score 4 goals in the second half and win 7-0. Spooky. 7-0 pays 21/2 @ BV.

    Gibraltar/Republic of Ireland – Half With Most Goals
    Second Half @ 10/11 @ Boyles – 1.1 point (EVS @ WillHill)

    September Totals

    Bets 4
    Points Staked 8.5
    Points Returned 15
    Profit/Loss +6.5

    • Sean Ireland 3 years ago

      In all 6 qualifiers and latest friendly Gibraltar were behind before the 30 min mark,not a great price @ 2/5 paddypower but worth considering in a treble etc.

  3. yup 3 years ago

    well done on your malta+ 3
    Half the family from italy
    half scot
    they only seem to turn up and play good football in big games .
    Normally go for 2.0 correct score.

  4. yup 3 years ago

    Jordon. Good luck with u bet
    done fellaini a t s and mr f bale f g s
    thank you
    done ht score R.o ireland 2.0. F.t 5.0
    But it may be 6 or 7 .
    Bet 365 were 3/1 for 2.0 h.t score.

  5. Jordan 3 years ago

    Thanks yup. Fellaini wasn’t a tip but think a few profited from my post so its all good.

  6. John smith 3 years ago

    Ryan, i reckon Scotland line up will be…

    Whittaker, Hanley, R Martin, Robertson
    Brown, Morrison, D Fletcher, Anya
    C Martin, Naismith

  7. lucas 3 years ago

    u.espanola (chile) DC WON

    o.higgins (chile) DNB VOID

    wales DNB WON

    treble pays 1.42/1 Ladbrokes

  8. ryan 3 years ago

    Hey John,

    Not sure on Martin, Can’t see him dropping Fletcher.

    This is my line-up

    Marshall; Hutton, Martin, Mulgrew/Hanley Whittaker, Brown , Morrison; Fletcher,
    Maloney, Anya,

    • Nick 3 years ago

      Martin has started the season pretty slowly for Derby, however Johnny Russel has been performing!

  9. Bigfatpat 3 years ago

    Was waited on quilme’s fora bttso2.5 game finished 1 each William Hill payed out can they take it back

  10. ryan 3 years ago

    Malta did themselves and me proud Yup! Could have done them at plus 2 for bigger odds!

  11. yup 3 years ago

    England. And wales well done
    come on N ireland and scotland
    home Nations
    all played well
    so far. .

  12. PedroJord 3 years ago

    Knowing Strachan I can see Fletcher starting, Naismith in behind, Maloney and Anya on the wings, brown n fletcher centre mid.
    Defence is a lottery, he likes Hutton for some reason, Whittaker is all sugar or shite, mulgrew good with dead balls but slow as a week in jail, Martin/Hanley/Berra all average, I like Robertson but strachan probably sees him as too attacking. Think Gordon’s the best of the keepers but got total faith in Marshall if he plays.
    If Naismith doesn’t play, Morrison plays and as much as I’d like to see griffiths start with the pace I can see him replacing Maloney/anya/fletcher last 30 minutes.
    Scotland should win but we’ve been here before

  13. laskillful 3 years ago

    Thank u Shaun Tanner for the south america bets

  14. Liamaldinho 3 years ago






  15. Liamaldinho 3 years ago

    Wouldn’t surprise me to see Naismith as the lone striker with Morrison or Adam coming in

  16. YaYo 3 years ago

    Good morning great tipsters on here, quite a limited card for me today… I’m on Jordan’s 2nd Half more goals in the Gibraltar match, Greg’s NAP and Poland to score, the treble gave me odd of about 4.83 (decimal points)…
    Hope we kick em bookies arse tonight

  17. punterpounder 3 years ago

    on a 4fold of

    Holland u21




    4fold pays 5.13/1 @betfair

  18. Raj 3 years ago

    Are Gibraltar really that bad that skybet are offering evens for +5 surly worth a bet any thoughts. Me personally I don’t think Rep of Ireland have much fire power please advise

    • Sean Ireland 3 years ago

      Dont have much fire power? really? Robbie keane is on fire in MLS if you follow it and he scored a hatrick in first 18 mins against Gibraltar,all depends on how Keane performs if he starts but i guess thats why you are getting evens +5 Raj.
      Anyway good luck with your bet but i personally wouldnt go lumping on it though itll probably fly in for you now ive stuck my oar in 😉

  19. Sean Ireland 3 years ago

    SATURDAYS SUPER SINGLES:{repost from posts 1/2 september}
    Slovakia +2 @ Evens Betfair

    Looked at satudays Euro’s and have to say im very tempted by Slovakias odds on the +2 handicap markets away to Spain who have won last 2 games 1-0 in the group against Belarus and Ukraine and lost 2-1 against Slovakia in an earlier group meeting.
    The Slovaks have won last 9 games and 12/14 losing just once away to Russia in a friendly in may 2014 and have only conceded 3 times from 6 group games.The spanish have lost 6/13 games including friendlies and i just cant see them beating a very good Slovakia team by more than a single goal if at all.
    Possible Saturday Super Single Mr F?? SLOVAKIA +2 @ EVENS Betfair.

    Walsall v Bury:
    Walsall Win/Over 1.5 Goals @ 15/8 Paddy Power.
    This price looks huge and must be based on recent meetings stats rather than form,Walsall won 4/5 lg 2 games losing none and reaching over 1.5 in each win scoring 11 { lg best} conceding just 3, Bury won 0/5 but drawing 4 times and have conceded 11 times,2nd worst in the division.Walsall have failed to beat them in last 6 meetings but these were between Feb 2001 and April 2013 so shouldnt really mean much this Saturday,cant see any other reason for the huge odds unless Bury have bought Messi
    Exeter v Leyton Orient

    Leyton Orient Win/Over 1.5 @ 6/4 away to Exeter.
    Leyton Orient look like they are a class this league and looking very strong canditates to regain an immediate promotion back to league 1,they have won 5/5 lg 2 games and reached the over 1.5 Tgs each time scoring a lg high 13 times,conceding just 3.
    Exeter have won 2 lost 2 drawing 1 those wins coming against sides sitting bottom 4 and the draw at home to a york side sitting bottom 6.
    Odds of 6/4 paddypower should be snapped up in this one.

  20. Razzlerdazzler 3 years ago

    Scotland to win evens .. It’s a must win

  21. Marco 3 years ago

    Guys some advice please.

    5 Fold from last night:

    Iceland Double Chance – Won
    Belgium – Won
    Wales – Won
    Scotland – To Play
    Northern Ireland – To Play

    £10 returns £270. Currently offering cash-out at £70.

    What are your thoughts? All advice welcome.

    Personally I’m tempted to let it ride and cover in-play?

  22. Centrecircle 3 years ago

    3 points rtns 6.3

  23. Marco 3 years ago

    Any advice from MrF or any of the regulars would be hugely appreciated.

  24. Kianara 3 years ago

    Marco, if it were me. I’d take the cash out. Then place 50 double on Scotland and N. Ireland. You’re obviously reducing your overall winnings if both win but at least you have doubled your money and beat the bookies.

  25. Marco 3 years ago

    I know you’re probably right, but I’m finding it hard to do it. Scotland game is on at 5PM while NI aren’t til the later time of 7.45PM.

    So what are peoples thoughts of Scotland winning? If they do I think the cash out will rise to £120-130 and NI game will be easy to cover as NI are favourites.

    • AL 3 years ago

      Only you can decide Marco, I’d let it ride and look to cover the Northern Ireland game if Scotland win.

      For what it’s worth I’m waiting on Scotland & Northern Ireland for my 5/1 treble after Wales winning last night. Hopefully Scotland win then can look at covering, quietly confident Scotland will do the business though

  26. Mr. Orange 3 years ago

    Keane to score 2+ is 2.15 with 888. Will he start?

    • Sean Ireland 3 years ago

      MR.Orange,looks like he will…..

      Robbie Keane is expected to return to the Republic of Ireland line-up for Friday’s must-win Euro 2016 qualifier against minnows Gibraltar in Faro.

      Republic record goal-scorer Keane was a late substitute in the 1-1 draw against Scotland in June but is set to replace injured Daryl Murphy.

      Keane, 35, has scored 12 goals in his last eight LA Galaxy games.

      James McClean is expected to be included after coming on as a sub in the disappointing draw with the Scots.

      If the West Brom winger does start, Derby’s Jeff Hendrick could lose out although the situation is complicated by a knee problem for Everton midfielder James McCarthy that could see him missing the contest.

      Darren Randolph’s impressive early-season form for West Ham has led to speculation that he could start in goal although the likelihood is that Martin O’Neill will retain veteran Shay Given.

      O’Neill trimmed back his match-day squad to 23 on Thursday with injured Paul McShane, Anthony Pilkington, Alex Pearce plus uncapped duo Eunan O’Kane and Adam Rooney the players to miss out.

      Skipper Keane scored three goals in the Republic’s 7-0 hammering of Gibraltar in Dublin last October and Friday’s contest will offer him the opportunity to add to his haul of 65 international goals.

      “Physically for the last game [against Scotland], I definitely wasn’t right,” said Keane.

      “But I’ve had a good few months now since then. I’ve been fully fit, the team (LA Galaxy) has obviously been doing well and personally, it’s been going very, very well for me, so I certainly feel fit and raring to go.

  27. HullShaker 3 years ago

    Just one for me this evening but i’ll be swerving the international games – good luck those that are having a go.

    Over to Iceland and the one game in Deild 1…

    HK VS. FRAM 

    Two clubs languishing near the bottom and hit and miss recent form doesn’t offer any clear indications hence the bookies have them priced so close with Fram edging it at 6/4.

    On first glance you would go for Fram as Kopavogs’ last 4 games look dismal…all losses and not a goal scored.

    But, dig a little deeper and you will see those games were against all of the top sides who are pretty merciless against lower opposition.

    This game should see the home side back on scoring track but too close to call a winner.

    Value bets to consider:

    Over 3.5 goals…7/5
    Kopavogur over 1.5 tgs…21/20

    Safest bet would be…BTTS at 4/9

    Good luck all with bets on.

  28. Marco 3 years ago

    I think I’m on your boat AL. Can only blame myself if it goes tits up, but I’m with you in fancying the Scots to get a result. Faroes are 5/1 at the minute to win so it would leave a great cover. Best of luck mate!

  29. Sean Ireland 3 years ago

    I replied Mr Orange but ive 2 posts now in moderation,suggestions are that he will start,didnt start against Scotland last game because he wasnt 100% fit.

  30. jamesy 3 years ago

    Scot price drifted out to 11/10.. people better not be betting on georgia.. massive day for the scots looking forward to the game

  31. craigyboy 3 years ago

    Seeing selectabet’s idea yesterday has given me the motivation to do something similar.

    I’ll be using the same method but instead of doing a treble I’ll be doing them as doubles.

    Basing it on a £1 bet it means there will be an outlay of £9 to cover all of the doubles.

    Ireland to win

    England to win

    Based on the £1 doubles the worst price winner would be a return of £62.75 (5-0, 6-0) and the best priced would be a return of £160.00 (7-0, 8-0)

  32. craigyboy 3 years ago

    I fancy the Scot’s do what the Welsh did last night. Grind out a 1-0 win. Really think Scotland are a great price tonight at 11/10.

  33. Jason 3 years ago

    Mrfixit, what are your thoughts on leyton Orient tomorrow? Any league 2 experts and shed some light on the game? Any reason why not to back the o’s?

  34. JJY 3 years ago

    Italy Failing to score the second goal last night cost my combination correct score double – useless italians

    fortunatley more than covered my loss heavily backing under 3 goals in that game

    tonight i am on

    Poland +2
    Albania +1

    double is around 4/1 which in my eyes looks to be fantastic value

  35. Hampy 3 years ago

    Hobart game inplay btts first half at 3.75 risky but looks reasonable currently 1-0 15 mins left

  36. craigyboy 3 years ago

    Anyone having any problems with BWin?

    Have deposited money into the account and when I got place bets it states my account is closed and isn’t allowing me to withdraw the money I’ve put in.

  37. Hampy 3 years ago

    Hobart game btts first falf lost.
    Was looking good south hobart had all possession but failed to score.

    Victoria hamburg (oberliga)
    Ht/ft 1.72

    Bayern munich 2. Over 2.5 mgls
    Vg-62 (finland kolomam) ovef 2.5mgls
    Pays evens

  38. nightowl 3 years ago

    Looking ahead to tomorrow, is there any reason why I shouldn’t back Dunfermline at 11/10 away to Forfar? They’ve already beaten them 3-0 away from home in the cup this season. I don’t know lots about Scottish football compared to some on here so it’d be good to get some proper insight!

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      Mr Fixit 3 years ago

      nightowl, I won’t be tipping Dunfermline this weekend – I’d prefer both to score or overs.
      They lost 2-1 at Peterhead a fortnight ago and this is just as tough.

  39. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Euro Qualifiers
    Germany v Poland BTTS 11/10
    Germany & > 2.5 MGS 10/11 (have Muller in a ATGS L15)
    Scotland Win 21/20
    Finland DC / Hungary < 3.5 MGS 13/10

    If he starts Robbie Keane 2 goals or more 21/20 (in cracking form in the MLS) – Gibraltor don't even have home advantage as the game is in Faro, Portugal!!

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      Mr Fixit 3 years ago

      WasClueless, Gibraltar play all their home games in Faro so they do have home advantage.
      However, we know this is about how many the Irish will score and how many Keane will get.

  40. RabTheHermit 3 years ago

    I was going to leave Scotland alone today but going to take them with McBookie @ 21/20 using their £5 refund offer (Scottish customers only). Its a game on paper we should win but that is always the worry with us.

  41. Greg Browning 3 years ago

    Night owl, Forfar are having a string start to the season and are tough to beat at home! The 3-0 defeat was partly down to Forfar being reduced to 10 men in the first half! Would have been a differnt outcome otherwise!

    I still think they will win but not to the degree they’ve been winning games so far this season

  42. nightowl 3 years ago

    Cheers Greg. Forfar look strong at home but the way Dunfermline have been turning teams over so far I thought the odds looked generous, although they’ve toned it down a bit in terms of goals recently. Hopefully the bubble hasn’t burst!

  43. Imy 3 years ago

    Put a double on at Ladbrokes,

    Robbie Keane Hat trick 5/1
    Scotland to win and btts 5/1

    What do you guys reckon?

    • -a-n-d-y- 3 years ago


      I don’t think Georgia game will be BTTS – tight game 1-0 or 0-0 for me

      Keane hat-trick should come in easily if he starts

      • Imy 3 years ago

        Cheers for advice, to be honest I thought Keane getting a hat trick would be the one to let me down.

  44. Keyser 3 years ago

    Done a £5 fourfold on Iceland, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland so hope they can do the job tonight with Iceland winning at 10/1

  45. Gopher 3 years ago

    O2.5mgs double for me at lunchtime

    Jablonec u21 – 12 noon Czech youth league
    Zorka BDU women – 12 noon Belarus women’s league
    Just under evens at Bet365

    Both games should go over 2.5 goals, might also try to get on the Czech U21 game for O1.5fhgls/O3.5mgs when it appears inplay

  46. RabTheHermit 3 years ago

    Slovenia u21 @ 2/5
    Serbia @ 2/5

    My main bet today is a double. The u21 matches don’t have a lot of form but Lithuania are generally poor on the road and lost to Andorra away in their only match so far- Slovenia beat Andorra 4:0 in their only match. And for me Serbia are a better side than Armenia so should win at home-Armenia have lost their last 6 away games in all competitions.

    Good luck everyone.

  47. Gary May 3 years ago

    Forfar have a few out against Dunfermline tomorrow. Best player Swankie definitely out as are their right back and regular midfielder. Dunfermline to score over 1.5tgs is my bet @ 5/6 with various firms

  48. Danny T 3 years ago

    I am not on this yet as I am still thinking about it but 6/1 for an own goal in the Gibraltar game looks a reasonable price given the shots and crosses they are likely to endure not a tip just an opinion

    • Jordan 3 years ago

      Danny think I’m going to have a point on an own goal in the England game tomorrow. Not sure if you saw my post the other day but there’s been one in our last two games against San Marino, scored by the same player. Best price I could find was 5/1 @ 365 but I’m not sure who else does Own Goal markets.

  49. Gopher 3 years ago

    Jablonec U21 v Slovan Liberec U21 – ko 12 noon

    O1.5fhgls – 11/10 Bet365
    O3.5mgs – 11/10 Bet365

  50. laskillful 3 years ago

    Romania u21 team goals odds rising anybody knows y?

  51. Jacksonator 3 years ago

    Hi, anyone know how to put the Scotland to win by 1 on Will Hill?

  52. ryan 3 years ago

    Good afternoon folks

    Feeling nervous?

    It’s a huge day for Scotland, perhaps critical in our hopes of qualification. 3 points? I bloody hope so!

    I will post all my final seleections around 4pm uk time today.

    Mon the scots!

  53. Yesevil 3 years ago

    Two evens trebles for me today:

    Germany/Poland O1.5
    Latvia U21/Belgium U21 O1.5
    Romania U21/Bulgaria U21 O1.5

    Scotland to score
    Denmark/Albania O1.5
    Czech U21/Malta O1.5

    Both trebles pay a shade over evens.

  54. nightowl 3 years ago

    Cheers Mr F and Gary, food for thought!

  55. Gopher 3 years ago

    Both in after 36mins

    Jablonec U21 v Slovan Liberec U21 – ko 12 noon

    O1.5fhgls – 11/10 Bet365 – WON
    O3.5mgs – 11/10 Bet365 – WON

    Still needing 2 goals for Zorka BDU women’s game to bring in my O2.5 mgs double but plenty of time still to play

  56. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Back to the ladies ….
    > 2.5 MGS Treble
    PK35, Anderlecht, Standard Liege

    The PK35 Goal Line of 4, 4.5 I reckon also has a good chance …

  57. nightowl 3 years ago

    Today’s bets:

    Germany v Poland BTTS evens
    Romania U21 -1AH evens
    Romania U21 O2.5 43/40

    Pocket change long shot:

    Romania U21 -2AH
    Germany win and BTTS
    Denmark win and BTTS


    If anything else catches my eye I’ll have a little go but no point going crazy when there’s lots more games tomorrow. Good luck everyone

  58. Hampy 3 years ago

    Cheers gopher for jablonec.

    Wc pk35 women beaten hjk easily last few head to heads. Hjk havnt had too many higher score games recently. Nearly all have been 2-1s so wouldnt put too much on it but pk35 definately capable of dishin out another heavy beating to hjk

  59. ryan 3 years ago

    It is craigbhoy, I fancy BTTS in Denmark as well.

    One of my best bets for today.

  60. Reilly 3 years ago

    Gopher what do you think slovan liberic to win 2nd half 2-1 with will hill ?

  61. craigyboy 3 years ago

    Denmark v Albania

    I don’t care what anyone says 13/10 for this is far too big.

  62. Gopher 3 years ago

    Not sure Reilly mate, I tend to steer clear of picking winners in these leagues, but they are usually great for the goals.

    Both look to be scoring goals this season, so wouldn’t rule out Jablonec putting a shift in second half. I would suggest if you put anything on you focus on the goals, but I’m keeping it away from it 2nd half.

  63. iain sutherland 3 years ago

    well done with ablonec gopher, good start to the day, cheers mate, wish they were all that easy eh ?

  64. Gopher 3 years ago

    Aye Iain if only mate, the czech leagues can be good if you get the right teams that come out attacking.

    Just needing Zorka to stick another 2 in this half and I’ll be a happy man.

    Like the look of PK35, might be tempted to have a punt on that.

  65. monkey man 3 years ago

    Mr f..what do u think of Walsall tomorrow? In my book they should be odds on against a bury side having a slow start to the season

  66. Gary May 3 years ago

    6 x £1 doubles
    Ireland 4-0/5-0 & 6-0 and
    England 5-0 & 6-0
    Stan James for best odds

  67. Gopher 3 years ago

    Happy with how the day has started need to try not throw it away tonight with the internationals

    O2.5mgs double for me at lunchtime

    Jablonec u21 – 12 noon Czech youth league
    Zorka BDU women – 12 noon Belarus women’s league
    Just under evens at Bet365 – WON

    Both games should go over 2.5 goals

  68. Mr H 3 years ago

    Noticed a few people mentioning the match bet and goals markets in the self service machines in PP so I popped in and had a gander today and here’s a few that looked good value bets …

    Romania u21 win & o

  69. Mr H 3 years ago

    I’ll continue with the rest of the post lol Damn touchscreen phones

    Romania u21 win & o2.5gls 7/4
    Wales u21 win & o3.5gls 17/10
    Northern Ireland win & u2.5gls 19/10
    Scotland win & u2.5gls 11/5
    Austria u21 win & o2.5gls 7/5

  70. Hampy 3 years ago

    Walsall should score a couple against bury if not more. Burys attacking options are good but it obvious where their problem lie. Is one of my main bets for sat

  71. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Hampy – PK35 not currently showing as an in play game on 365 … if it appears at 4pm with a > 1.5 FHG will have a small go at that …

  72. nagybobi14 3 years ago


    Scotland to win by one 3,40
    Keane to score first 3,50
    Romania U21 – Bulgaria U21 over 2,5 goals 2,15


  73. Gary 3 years ago

    A winning treble to start the weekend….hopefully
    Northern Ireland
    Republic -4
    5.75/1 bet365

  74. Peter 3 years ago

    Does anyone know the result of the following game from earlier this morning unable to find and is still down as “To Run”

    Maccabi Ironi Kiryat Ata v Happen Haifa u19

    Basically it’s in an Acca 3 results come in, another 3 to go but got no cash out available and this game is a mystery.

  75. Peter 3 years ago

    Hapoel Haifa u19 that was meant to read.

  76. Hampy 3 years ago

    Will probably do exactly the same wc with pk35. Being available inplay is sometimes a problem for the finnish women games.

  77. McLeish 3 years ago

    does no one fancy Georgia to get at least a goal? they beat Scotland 2 nil few years back and I know its a different Scotland team now but still I see value here maybe BTTS.

    also Scotland did only narrowly win in Glasgow last time out 1 nil.

    Georgia have scored 3/5 home games, failed to score against Germany/Poland so no shame. I just think they will get on the score sheet at least once tonight as I expect Scotland will win.

    Gibraltar did score against Scotland and I rate Georgia big time over the Gibraltar.

    BTTS – YES


    Don’t know odds but both could be singles.

    GL People! They will NEVER take our freedom!!

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      Mr Fixit 3 years ago

      McLeish, I reckon 1-0 or 2-0 Scotland. We shouldn’t concede.
      Off to the office to finish weekend pages then a busy night and hopefully celebrating a Scotland win.
      My McBookie free fiver is on Maloney to score first.
      Offer only open to the chosen ones who live in Scotland!

  78. Darren 3 years ago

    Got a few options I’ve looked at for UK games tomorrow if anyone with time on their hands wants to have a look and let me know what they think!

    Gillingham win 5/4
    Walsall Bury o1.5 1/3
    Exeter orient overs (1.5 2/7) (2.517/20)
    Mansfield Wimbledon btts 4/5
    Northampton Dagenham o1.5 1/3
    Rangers -2 11/8

    Couple trebles/quad from the six or even a sixfold once I’ve decided and/or heard opinions!

  79. Matty 3 years ago

    Kyle lafferty anytime scorer

    Highest possibility of tonight’s bets

  80. mlac 3 years ago

    heads up for my nap on sunday

    Belgium -1 evens

    (v cyprus)

  81. Harry 3 years ago

    It would have been easy to get carried away with things after yesterday’s good results, but having looked through all tonight’s games I’ve decided to focus on just one.

    Serbia v Armenia

    I’ve seen many tips for a Serbia win (4/9) tonight and quite a few for Serbia to win to nil (13/10). While I can partly understand Serbia to win (Armenia have lost their last 6 away games), I strongly oppose the latter. I’ll throw up all the stats again and then post the bet at the end.

    Starting with tonight’s hosts. At first glance this game does look like a straight forward win for Serbia, although I’m not convinced. They’ve not won any of their last 7 Euros qualifiers, a run which goes back to half way through the last failed campaign, and includes games against Slovenia, Albania, and Armenia. The Serbs don’t have the solid, no nonsense defence you’d expect, and are yet to keep a clean sheet in any of their 5 games in this campaign. In fact, they’ve conceded in their last 6 home games including visits by Jamaica, Azerbaijan, and Macedonia. Their last home clean sheet in a Euros qualifier? A 1-0 home win v Kazakhstan in 2007.

    Armenia aren’t a great side. However, I don’t believe the difference in odds between the two sides fairly represents the difference in quality. Like Serbia, they’re yet to win a game in their 5 qualifiers so far. What first caught my eye when looking at them, is their goal scoring record. They’ve scored in 4 of the 5 games despite not yet winning, with the one failure being a 1-0 defeat away to Portugal. Considering Portugal were massive favourites to win the group and lost their 1st home qualifier at home to Albania, it’s no surprise they kept things tight for well over an hour until Ronaldo stepped up with 17 minutes remaining. Including that 1-0 loss, they’ve scored in 9 of their last 10 Euros qualifiers. That run includes trips to Russia, Slovakia, Denmark, and Ireland. Even more impressive for me is their away scoring record, having scored in 8 of their last 9 away qualifiers since their previous trip to Portugal back in 2007 (another 1-0 loss).

    Another thing to consider when deciding what to back is the circumstance. Both sides are at the bottom of the group and cannot realistically qualify (both 100/1). With nothing much to play for, bookies obviously expect a few goals tonight with over 2.5 being 4/5 in most places. This is what convinced me. Looking through the Armenian results, they’ve not lost any of their last 11 competitive away games by more than 1 goal (3-1 loss in Russia 2011). There would have been at least 4 or 5 away trips in that run where they’d have known they can’t actually qualify but have still given a good account for themselves by not being pushovers. Betway for example, are 4/5 for over 2.5 goals, yet 9/10 for Armenia to score. If you expect goals in this game like I do, and Armenia give another hearty, spirited away performance, then everything points towards them scoring a goal. Given the stats you’ve just read you might prefer a handicap bet, in which case I’d recommend Armenia +1.25AH which pays 4/5 at 888sport. However I fancy goals in this game and it’s always my prefered market so I’m going for this.

    Armenia over 0.5 team goals

    19/20 boylesports

  82. Alves 3 years ago

    Scotland 3-1 win 21/1
    Brown 3-1 150/1

    free £1 scorecast out the record so may aswell go for it, fiver risk-free sort of on 3-1 with free fiver when it loses :)

  83. Dom77 3 years ago

    Is anybody else suspicious of romania u21 -1AH @ 2.3/1?
    Given the stats it looks like romania will win fairly easily. I wouldnt mind if if only finished 1-0 to return the stake.
    Ive been suckered into a few bets like this recently and its ended in a draw…

  84. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Nice write up Harry ! Like it – good luck!!

  85. ryan 3 years ago

    Here are my final selections for the big games today.

    Come on SCOTLAND!!!

    Bo’s Deadly Double
    Total Staked – 2.5 Points
    Potential Returns 10.5 Points

    Germany v Poland – BTTS @11/10
    Scotland to beat Georgia @1/1

    Bo’s Deadly Double
    Total Staked – 2 Points
    Potential Returns – 7.2 Points

    Faroes v N Ireland – Under 2.5 goals @3/5
    Denmark v Albania – BTTS @5/4

    Bo’s Tasty Treble
    Total Staked – 1 Point
    Potential Returns – 8.25 Points

    Hungary v Romania – Under 2.5 goals @1/2
    Denmark v Albania – Albania not to lose @6/5
    Faroes v N Ireland – Lafferty to score anytime @6/4

    Bo’s Dour Draws
    Total Staked – 1 Points (0.5 Points on first 2 selection, 0.5 points on all 3)
    Potential Returns – 5.62 Points or 33.72 Points

    Denmark v Albania @11/4
    Hungary v Romania @2/1
    Germany v Poland @5/1

    Bo’s Bonkers Bet

    Germany 2 v 2 Poland @ 22/1

  86. Hampy 3 years ago

    Stuttgart u19s over 1.5fhgls @1.825
    Not got time to explain as snowed under at work

    Wc… pk35w have over 1.5,2 fh goal line available on 365 if interested. Good luck tonight lads wont be back until sat.

  87. Jordan 3 years ago

    SCOGEO | Marshall, Hutton, Robertson, R.Martin, Mulgrew, Maloney, Morrison, Brown (C), S.Fletcher, Naismith, Anya #WeAreScotland

  88. Harry 3 years ago

    Cheers WC it all paid off yesterday so here’s hoping. Only on the one game as I’m also on gregs Romania tip and Raals Poland to score tip. Wanted to keep to a minimum and not give it all straight back!

  89. mlac 3 years ago

    im (we’re) totally screwed if scotland lose tonight, i have them DC in 4 different acca’s and 1 to win.
    surely they cant lose

  90. Jaiden 3 years ago

    Northern Ireland
    Denmark vs Albania BTTS



  91. McLeish 3 years ago

    SUBS | Gordon, Ritchie, Griffiths, McArthur, Whittaker, Forrest, Russell, D.Fletcher, Greer, McGregor, C.Martin, Hanley

  92. darran 3 years ago

    stone flat here lads so quick post, a gamble!
    scotland win
    denmark win
    northern ireland win
    5.00 returns – 29.89

    albania no clean sheet
    georgia no clean sheet
    faroe islands no clean sheet
    5.00 returns – 9.83

    brass bet but achievable
    scotland btts scotland win
    denmark btts denmark win
    northern ireland btts northern ireland win
    2.50 returns – 310.23

    good luck folks

  93. Nick 3 years ago

    Surely Scotland can’t lose based on their team and recent form for both sides..

  94. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Thanks Hampy
    On your Stutgart FHGS .. looked at that earlier
    In Play PK35 Women > 1.5 FHGS 4/5

  95. Lamzat 3 years ago

    Georgia v Scotland BTTS!

  96. kriscy 3 years ago

    1X2 points:
    denmark 1
    hungary X
    scotland 2

    cor. score at hungary: 0-0 1-1
    good luck

  97. Danny T 3 years ago

    Jordan own goal double it is then mate ? 😉

  98. McLeish 3 years ago

    We’ll be coming we’ll be coming we’ll be coming down the road 😀

  99. Jordan 3 years ago

    There was an og in the last Ireland/Gibraltar game too so you could be on to something Danny boy :)

    Nick, Scotland ‘should’ win, but how many thought Holland should have won pre match last night? This is football.

    Good luck to the Scots!

  100. malcolm caithness 3 years ago

    Georgia have new coach so with new idea’s which could be a problem for Scotland as when we think good things are going to happen we get kicked in the 0000s and that’s what I fear for Scotland tonight so I’m not backing my country to win so under 2.5 goals look best bet as we don’t score a lot of goals

    Under 1.5g…6/4 bet365
    Under 2g….16/10 10bet

  101. malcolm caithness 3 years ago

    Sorry forgot under 2.5 @ 1/2 corals

  102. Harry 3 years ago

    Slovenia u21 v Lithuania u21

    Slovenia u21 HT/FT

    13/11 888sport

  103. WasClueless 3 years ago

    PK35 > 1.5 FHGS LOST :(

  104. Tryer 3 years ago

    Best of luck Scotland from Ireland!
    If we can’t make it we will be shouting for Scotland.

  105. gazza1 3 years ago

    waiting on a scotland win @evs to land a treble.

    backed Bale to score and wales to win 13/5
    belgium to win and over 1.5 goals 4/5

  106. ryan 3 years ago

    why is Niall Quinn in the studio for this game? talking about wanting Georgia to get a result!

    Get out Quinn!

    Why would they put an Irish panelist on to rout for Georgia?

    Shocking sky sports.

  107. nathan ufton 3 years ago

    Not sure if you’re aware but a few days ago, Derby were brought out completely by local Derby businessman Mel Morris ( apparently he invested heavily in the mobile app gaming company that brought you candy crush saga ) – so blame him !!! Still, I guess having a through and through Derby man run the club rather than a bunch of suits can’t be such a bad thing, I guess that’s why they spent 4 million on Butterfield from Huddersfield and another 6 on a WBA midfielder on deadline day.
    Pre-season, I’d of said you’re off your rocker, Derby don’t need to strengthen in midfield but with Hughes out – probably all season and Bryson for a few months, the manager asked and he got.

    • Danny T 3 years ago

      I think he was from Norwich mate unless it was an amazingly clever pun you just did as revenge for him calling you Derby City 😉

  108. Capone31 3 years ago

    B M’Gladbach over 1.5 tg @1/1

  109. John smith 3 years ago

    Can’t understand why Strachan picked Mulgrew, the guy can’t even get a regular game in the spl for celtic.

  110. Nick 3 years ago


  111. Jim burnside 3 years ago

    Same old same old Scotland the flatterers of deception why do I keep falling fr it.

  112. mlac 3 years ago

    oh no.
    there goes 6 accumulators…
    georgia will defend 10 men behind the ball for the rest of the match now…hard to see a scotland goal.
    maybe a set piece?

  113. Callum g 3 years ago

    Scotland are playing like they want there usual summer off. It’s almost like they have realised they may qualify and are making sure they don’t here.

    It’s a disgrace the way there playing. Scot brown said in a interview he’s glad Scotland got a point in June because players where thinking about there holidays??? That’s a disgrace pro players are thinking about holidays while playing for the euros.

    Playing and defending for Georgia’s goal they are making sure they are getting there summer off

  114. Mr H 3 years ago

    John Smith more too the point why is he playing Fletcher instead of Griffiths? Hutton and Naismith aren’t playing for their clubs either or is it because they are ex rangers men you decided too pick out mulgrew and leave those 2 out????

    • John smith 3 years ago

      Mr H, climb down off yer high horse. Hutton and Fletcher are getting regular games and Naismith is usually at least on as sub for Everton in a much stronger league than Mulgrew.
      Some celtic fans just can’t stand the slighest hint of ctiticism of their team. Get over it.

  115. Mr H 3 years ago

    Alves Griffiths should have started the match…he’s quicker,more mobile and most of all a far better finisher than Fletcher

  116. lucas 3 years ago

    ca banfield (argentina) 11.10PM DNB

    ca tigre ( argentina ) 11.10pm DNB

    club sportive luqueno ( Paraguay ) 12.30am DNB

    treble pays 2.01 ladbrokes

  117. Alves 3 years ago

    The Thumb on at HT and get a hat trick for a 3-1 win :)

  118. lucas 3 years ago

    finland to win

    16/5 ladbrokes

  119. Sean Ireland 3 years ago

    Looking like Scotland are on their way out not a single shot on or off target sums up how poor they’ve been.

  120. AndyC 3 years ago

    Half time Scotland to win is 6/1 and double chance is 6/5, the draw is 12/5 (all 365)
    stats show not a single shot for Scotland…
    Anyone watching reckon an in-play is worth a bang? I’ll be watching second half in the pub 😉

  121. WasClueless 3 years ago

    I don’t get why Griffiths isn’t playing either … need to score now so hopefully get him on early in second half …

  122. Mr H 3 years ago

    Nick England can’t compete with the best in the world either…after the latest horror show at a world cup I wouldn’t be on crowing about Scotland s failures

    • Danny T 3 years ago

      Mr H England are a joke and I am English but it’s all about getting to the tournaments . I always hope all the home nations qualify

  123. mlac 3 years ago

    0 shots on or off target??


  124. Capone31 3 years ago

    B M’Gladbach over 1.5 tg @1/1 Won

  125. mystic greg 3 years ago

    Steering clear of internationals £10 treble
    Fleetwood draw pays £195
    And £5 ACCA same 3
    And forfar draw
    Barnsley pays 672
    Can’t believe Griffith’s didn’t start for Scotland.

  126. steve 3 years ago

    Faroe islands bsts
    germany bsts
    hungary bsts
    serbia bsts
    greece under 2.5
    rep of ireland -3
    35.08/1 w hill
    gl all

  127. Mattr 3 years ago

    Denmark, Faroes, Germany and Serbia games O1.5mg

    Gibraltar game O3.5mg

    Fivefold pays 3.5/1

    Half point


  128. John smith 3 years ago

    Looking like one of those days! Romania U21’s down 1-0 now :(

  129. John 3 years ago

    Done a small bet on Georgia to get Over 30 points at 16/5, also done one of HullShakers tips, Over 3.5 goals in the Iceland league game, hope Scotland turn this game around too for everyone that’s on it

  130. Wattie 3 years ago

    Don’t fancy much tonight to b honest robbie keane to score 2+ @21/20 tempts me also think lewanovski anytime for Poland @4-1 is a big price really fancy Walsall tommorow think 13/10 is too big for a home win bury score plenty but concede plenty so perhaps Walsall to score 2+ and Walsall win n bts might b the way to go good luck gents

  131. Danny T 3 years ago

    I think if Strachan changes the tactic slightly Scotland can still get something here no doubt need to be more attacking and box Georgia in

  132. mlac 3 years ago

    hour gone, 0 shots on/off target

    what is going on? georgia are garbage.

  133. ryan 3 years ago

    watching this game is like undergoing surgery while not under the gas.

    Absolute torture and actually making me want to be sick.

    Why do I believe in Scotland?

  134. darran20150 3 years ago

    It’s just like Tony green would say lads that’s the gamble

  135. yup 3 years ago

    Callum b
    Scot brown’s comment. Was in jest
    He is like marmite
    prefer jam. My self. .

  136. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Stuttgard > 1.5 FHGS WON :) … thank gawd given the way the other games are going! Cheers Hampy!!

  137. malcolm caithness 3 years ago

    early post

    Georgia have new coach so with new idea’s which could be a problem for Scotland as when we think good things are going to happen we get kicked in the 0000s and that’s what I fear for Scotland tonight so I’m not backing my country to win so under 2.5 goals look best bet as we don’t score a lot of goals

    Under 1.5g…6/4 Bet365
    Under 2g….16/10 10bet
    under 2.5g 1/2 coral

    looking good

  138. ryan 3 years ago

    yeah “looking good” Malcolm…would you not prefer 2 late Scotland goals rather than winning a bet like that?

    Somethings are much more important than money. I could care less about my bet right now.

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      Mr Fixit 3 years ago

      ryan, Scotland were rubbish tonight and that’s it.
      I’ve seen some stupid comments such as “Scotland didn’t want to win” and they’ll be binned.
      Of course they wanted it but weren’t good enough.

      • Crofty 3 years ago

        I’m a big England fan Mr F and some of the comments are uncalled for.

        I personally would love Scotland to have been in France next year, came up for the friendly last year and had a great time drinking with your fans!

        To say they didn’t want it is money talking!

  139. yup 3 years ago

    Even if we get a x . The movement off. The ball Shocking.
    that will give R of ireland a boost .
    If not us i hope they make It .

  140. craneguy 3 years ago

    nite owl

    figueirense, melgar o1.5tgs evens WON

    on gregs Romania u21 as main bet, not lost still 45mins to go………

    looking to put another couple of small bets still looking………

  141. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Given, Christie, O’Shea, Clark, Brady, Whelan, McCarthy, Hoolahan, Hendrick, Keane, Walters.

    Taking Keane to score 2+ 21/20

  142. Dom77 3 years ago

    Craneguy romania red card. The bookies knew for sure which way this match was going. Drawn us all in with the generous prices.

  143. malcolm caithness 3 years ago

    Get on 2-0 Germany tonight and Monday night double

  144. WasClueless 3 years ago

    And as Scotland lose … Romania u21 red card … ffs small punt on over 1.5 Bulgaria goals evens

  145. Capone31 3 years ago

    Why couldn’t Scotland play like that against Ireland

  146. Dom77 3 years ago

    Was clueless. Its probably a fixed match. Every other favourite winning comfortably in the u21s apart from the one we all backed.

  147. PeteT 3 years ago

    Dom77 – why a fixed match? Just because we don’t get the result we want.

    Really annoys me when matches dont go our way and the comment is “It must be a fixed match”. The ‘best’ teams don’t always win (or have Scotland, Chelsea, Holland – the list goes on, had fixed matches recently?)

  148. j 3 years ago

    Dom77 Romania weren’t big favourites. They were only 8/11 at home. Hardly a cert

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    Mr Fixit 3 years ago

    Callum g, sorry but that’s not acceptable – take those comments elsewhere.

  150. yup 3 years ago

    Germany 1.0 tonight
    Germany 2.0 Monday

  151. thechief 3 years ago

    Evening Guys, Just the one bet on tonight’s football as I will be mainly watching the rugby and it is the game between Gibraltar and the Republic of Ireland.

    Gibraltar have conceded a massive 34 goals in 6 games so far including two 7-0 at home and while I am not ready to take Ireland to score O6.5 I am happy to take Robbie Keane to do the business.

    Keane has 65 goals for his country and as been on fire in the MLS. Is anytime value is poor even trying to double him up with a rugby scorer. I fancy Ireland to get around 5 goals so Keane to score 2+ is 11/8 Bet365 and is my best bet on this game.

    I will be also having a small punt on him to grab a hat-trick at 5/1 with the likes of Paddy Power and Ladbrokes, however the brace as I say is my main bet.

    KEANE TO SCORE 2+ 11/8

    Good luck if your having a bet

  152. PumaDrifter 3 years ago

    Feel sorry for guys from Scotland. Guess you wont be competing in France next year :… Unlucky and to pasive play…

    Acca lost already due to scots failure.

  153. Simon 3 years ago

    Albania +1 handicap @9/4 with bet365.

  154. John smith 3 years ago

    Absolutely rotten performance. Not 1 shot on goal in 90 minutes! Some of the players need to take a long hard look at themselves and figure out how they managed to let their standards drop so low. Strachan tinkered with team selection and that backfired too.
    We fight on but realistically its over.

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      Mr Fixit 3 years ago

      John smith, McBookie have pushed out Scotland from 4-6 to 2-1 to qualify for France 2016. Gordon Strachan’s men are now 4-1 for automatic qualification.
      There won’t be many takers.

  155. malcolm caithness 3 years ago

    Is the Germany v Poland not on tv as sky not showing it in there red button

  156. malcolm caithness 3 years ago

    ok Germany game on ITV4

  157. Hampy 3 years ago

    Stuttgart u19s 1.5fhgs won

    The other 2 i posted been a shambles. On a couple others
    Vic hamburg -1 asian from ht
    P talbot v abersyth btts and overs

  158. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Dom77 .. fixed match??? > 1.5 Bulgaria team goals WON :)

  159. WasClueless 3 years ago

    TheChief – glad to see you have the same hopes for Keane as me 😉 GL!!

  160. Tommy 3 years ago

    I quite fancy Lewandowski to get one past the majority of his teammates tonight. 11/5 seems to big not to have a little punt on that. 0.5 points down.
    Robbie Kean 1/4 seems quite shot. If I can get him at 1/2 or evens in-play I’ll probably have two points on that as well.

  161. Centrecircle 3 years ago

    Which chanel is germany v poland? Anyone know?

  162. Scott 3 years ago

    Keane to score 2+
    21/20 at 365,
    Not the best price available but only account I have any cash in and just having a small bet for an interest.

  163. thechief 3 years ago

    WC, cheers mate and good luck to you mate, think Keane is a popular choice, was going to take Walters but even he is odds on anytime so I opted for Keane.

  164. malcolm caithness 3 years ago

    Ireland REP -4 @ 6/5
    German game 2 or 3 goals @ 21/20

  165. malcolm caithness 3 years ago

    Sorry other two bets where bet365 odds

    T Muller 1st goal @ 4/1 bet victor

  166. craneguy 3 years ago

    sair yin in Romania u21’s :(

    2 lucky 15’s for tonite

    Germany btts&overs 6/5
    Ireland o4.5tgs 4/5
    hungary btts 6/5
    lierse btts&overs 5/4

    7.5pts out, max 46.1pts in

    muller fgs 3/1
    keane 2 plus 21/20
    lafferty fgs 4/1
    bendtner fgs 7/2

    3.9pts out, max 130.58 in

    GL all with a bet on tonite…………..

  167. TDogg 3 years ago

    Denmark v Albania
    BTTS 5/4

  168. ryan 3 years ago

    While all seems lost, and it sure feels that way right now, it remains a possibility that we can still finish 3rd and from looking at the other potential 3rd placed teams, we may even be seeded for the play-off draw, if they are taken from the current FIFA rankings.

    Quite simply, it was a horrible performance and result but the weather certainly didn’t help. We started well enough but it was always going to be a game decided by just 1 goal. Sadly they got it and we were never going to break down a 5 man defence in that heat.

    Feel sorry for the boys but they have an immediate chance of redemption on Monday night.

    No doubt we have made it a lot more difficult now but while there is hope, there is being a Scotland fan and I won’t give up on them qualifying yet.

  169. John smith 3 years ago

    You can still get 7/5 on Keane to score 2+ @ WH

  170. malcolm caithness 3 years ago

    Early post up already and on in bonker bet comp

    Sorry other two bets where Bet365 odds

    T Muller 1st goal @ 4/1 BetVictor

  171. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Muller!! – 2/3 so far in my goal scorer lucky 15!

  172. malcolm caithness 3 years ago

    Ryan have you seen the 3rd place teams at moment knowing Scotland luck we’ll get Holland , Russia or Ukraine that if Ireland Rep don’t beat us to 3rd place

    Germany 2-0 up

    make Monday nights game 4-0 now for Germany

  173. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Poland Goal!!!!!!

  174. Hampy 3 years ago

    Port talbot v abersyth btts and overs won

    Vic hamburg -1 asian from ht 1-1
    Push .. finished 3-2

  175. Tommy 3 years ago

    **** 11/5 Lewandowski anytime ****

    Winner winner chicken dinner

  176. FriedGold 3 years ago

    Ireland only scoring once in the first half has cost me a winning threefold with Germany/Poland BTTS and N. Ireland to score.

    Jesus, how bad are Ireland? Absolutely stinking.

  177. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Speculative few pounds on Poland or Draw 6/1 ….

  178. craigyboy 3 years ago

    Ht 0-1

    Ireland over 3.5tg

    Ireland over 4.5tg

    I fully expect Ireland to net a few 2nd half

  179. Danny T 3 years ago

    Jordan highest scoring half looking good mate

  180. Danny T 3 years ago

    Ireland 7-0 is 40/1 for some déjà vu

  181. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Keane 2+ WON :) :) and well done Jordan!!!

  182. Scott 3 years ago

    Keane to score 2+
    21/20 at 365,
    Not the best price available but only account I have any cash in and just having a small bet for an interest.


  183. Benny 3 years ago

    One more for keane and one for albania please!

  184. Benny 3 years ago

    Keane penalty as I typed! Anyone watching albania game?

  185. craneguy 3 years ago

    could do way bendtner fgs for a crackin lift aff ma scorer L15 :(

  186. thechief 3 years ago

    Keane has 65 goals for his country and as been on fire in the MLS. Is anytime value is poor even trying to double him up with a rugby scorer. I fancy Ireland to get around 5 goals so Keane to score 2+ is 11/8 Bet365 and is my best bet on this game.

    KEANE TO SCORE 2+ 11/8 WON 51 mins 😀

    Well done to all those on Keane, it just had to be him.

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      Mr Fixit 3 years ago

      thechief, well done – I took first for the better price. Anyone back Christie to score first?

      • thechief 3 years ago

        Cheers Mr F, I doubt many if any would have backed a RB as first scorer.

        Just whittling down my Sat selections got down to 2 teams as a SS in the WDW market although I may opt for a scorer, but again I got 2 I like.

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          Mr Fixit 3 years ago

          thechief, look forward. Only good news is my Top Treble should be safe now.

  187. Windy 3 years ago

    Yes I’m watching it over in Denmark. Denmark piling the pressure on. Lot’s of balls into the box. But I can see it ending in a draw or 1-0 to DK.

    Denmark starting to find their shooting boot’s mind.

  188. Windy 3 years ago

    Looking in the national league tomorrow.
    Forest Green

    Are all really tempting but just looking to back one of them.

    Anybody with an opinion, your welcome to chip in.

  189. Alex 3 years ago

    N. Ireland 2-1 up!!! McAuley

  190. Wattie 3 years ago

    Just 2 fancies for tonight robbie keane to score 2+ @21/20 and lewanovski anytime @4-1 both winners

  191. Greg Browning 3 years ago

    Nice one the chief :)

    • thechief 3 years ago

      Greg, cheers mate, not been on last couple of days nothing I really fancied, but seen your thread is proving winning naps, day after day, more winning naps than the racing post :)

  192. Benny 3 years ago

    Cheers windy…..I think!

  193. Alex 3 years ago

    Lafferty goal for N. Ireland!!!!

  194. Alex 3 years ago

    Just need a Bendtner goal now for Trixie to come in 15/1.

    He’s a bit of a donkey tho… But come on Niklas!!

  195. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Top Treble looking good MrF …

  196. Windy 3 years ago

    Bendtner had a goal disallowed for offside. Wounded just as I backed Danmark to score first. Denmark well on top of a tired Albanian team. Fingers crossed for a late goal.

  197. Crofty 3 years ago

    Thanks everyone Chief, Clueless, etc on the Robbie Keane 2+ tip.

  198. paulcwn 3 years ago

    load of jhdkhgdkgfk for me tonight again no goals

  199. PumaDrifter 3 years ago

    Well done Germany. -1 hc should land !! Totally deserved.

  200. Nick 3 years ago

    GOALKEEPERS (3): Brad Guzan (Aston Villa), Tim Howard (Everton), William Yarbrough (Club Leon)
    DEFENDERS (9): Ventura Alvarado (Club America), Matt Besler (Sporting Kansas City), John Brooks (Hertha Berlin), Geoff Cameron (Stoke City), Greg Garza (Atlas), Omar Gonzalez (LA Galaxy), Michael Orozco (Club Tijuana), Tim Ream (Fulham), Jonathan Spector (Birmingham City)
    MIDFIELDERS (7): Alejandro Bedoya (Nantes), Joe Corona (Veracruz), Mix Diskerud (New York City FC), Jermaine Jones (New England Revolution), Alfredo Morales (FC Ingolstadt), Danny Williams (Reading), DeAndre Yedlin (Sunderland)
    FORWARDS (5): Jozy Altidore (Toronto FC), Aron Johannsson (Werder Bremen), Bobby Wood (Union Berlin), Andrew Wooten (SV Sandhausen), Gyasi Zardes (LA Galaxy)

    USA squad for the game against Peru tonight, some interesting call ups!

  201. Harry 3 years ago

    Not looking too clever for the Armenians. Still time for a consolation you never know! Though looking like it will be 1 main bet from 2

    Slovenia u21 v Lithuania u21

    Slovenia u21 HT/FT

    13/11 888sport

  202. Jordan 3 years ago

    Evening gents. Just caught the end of the Ireland game, glad to see it went they way as planned. Not a big win but I’ll take it. Well done chief on the Keane brace. Unlucky with Scotland, just weren’t good enough when needed most.

    Friday – Euro Qualifier – 7:45PM

    Gibraltar/Republic of Ireland – Half With Most Goals
    Second Half @ 10/11 @ Boyles – 1.1 point (EVS @ WillHill) **WIN**

  203. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Quite a Good Day!!
    Euro Qualifiers
    Germany v Poland BTTS 11/10 WON :)
    Germany & > 2.5 MGS 10/11 (have Muller in a ATGS L15) WON :) and Muller scored :)
    Scotland Win 21/20 LOST :(
    Finland DC / Hungary < 3.5 MGS 13/10 WON :)

    If he starts Robbie Keane 2 goals or more 21/20 (in cracking form in the MLS) WON :)

    Few quid on Poland DC LOST

  204. laskillful 3 years ago

    Iceland league game and Romania u21 leaves a sour taste in d mouth

  205. lucas 3 years ago

    finland to win

    16/5 Ladbrokes


  206. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Well done Lucas RFO tipped that – Greece a mess … wasn’t as bold tho!!

  207. f chaman 3 years ago

    Cheers Jordan
    Cracking Tip doubled my usual stake so happy days

  208. Jordan 3 years ago

    Nice treble Mr F. Unlucky with the other two. Good stuff WC.

  209. Wato 3 years ago

    Just like watching Brazil :)

  210. ryan 3 years ago

    Anyone following my bets today will be happy with over 7 points of profit despite my 2 main bets falling by the wayside.

    1 from 4 is a poor return on my best selections but my 8/1 Tasty Treble paid off, as did my dour draws with 2 out of 3 landing at just over 10/1 and they really were dour with two 0.0 scorelines.

    Here are my results for today and I’m hoping plenty of you at least got some cheer from the other games tonight.

    Bo’s Deadly Double
    Total Staked – 2.5 Points
    Potential Returns 10.5 Points

    Germany v Poland – BTTS @11/10 – WON – Final score 3.1
    Scotland to beat Georgia @1/1 – LOST – Final score 0.1

    Bo’s Deadly Double
    Total Staked – 2 Points
    Potential Returns – 7.2 Points

    Faroes v N Ireland – Under 2.5 goals @3/5 – Lost- final score 1.3
    Denmark v Albania – BTTS @5/4 – LOST – Final score 0.0

    Bo’s Tasty Treble
    Total Staked – 1 Point
    Potential Returns – 8.25 Points

    Hungary v Romania – Under 2.5 goals @1/2 – WON – Final score 0.0
    Denmark v Albania – Albania not to lose @6/5 – WON – Final score 0.0
    Faroes v N Ireland – Lafferty to score anytime @6/4 – WON

    Bo’s Dour Draws
    Total Staked – 1 Points (0.5 Points on first 2 selection, 0.5 points on all 3)
    Potential Returns – 5.62 Points or 33.72 Points

    Denmark v Albania @11/4 – WON
    Hungary v Romania @2/1 – WON
    Germany v Poland @5/1 – LOST




    Overall Balance – 106.97 Points

  211. Simon 3 years ago

    Hi can anyone help me.. had albania +1 on the handicap it ended 0-0 so a should of won the bet? Is this correct?

  212. lucas 3 years ago

    well done to you to wc. I didn’t know the rfo tipped that but i just had a sneaky feeling looking at Greece and the country in general. there results at home haven’t been to clever lately either.

  213. WasClueless 3 years ago

    Thanks Jordan … small stakes tomorrow am …
    Aus > 2.5 MGS trebles (around evens)
    Mel Vic Yth, Moreland Zebras, Bayswater u20
    Armadale, Cockburn, Sorrento

    Czech Yth > 2.5 MGS Double (around evens)
    Banik Ostrava

  214. supersaint 3 years ago

    Jordan not a big better you’re ireland tip just won me a tenner lol
    Many thanks lad
    You know the bookies make millions
    On here a small community who share and help each other
    I for one appreciate your help
    And Ryan and Greg And all the others

  215. Raj 3 years ago

    Gibraltar +5 @ evens comes in

  216. Ian Forbes 3 years ago

    Wigan 5/2
    Scunthorpe 4/7
    Wycombe 17/20
    Plymouth 8/5
    £10 to win £264.60
    Best of luck to everyone the morn

  217. Jim 3 years ago

    These internationals are really awful. If your betting on goals that is

  218. BetFlair 3 years ago

    Thanks Mr F. Took your treble but didn’t fancy the other two. Unfortunately, my own bets didn’t return but they were small so your treble returned a nice profit overall.

  219. laskillful 3 years ago

    well done Ryan and all other winners

  220. thechief 3 years ago

    Lovely treble landed there Mr F, well done.

  221. craneguy 3 years ago

    sair yin in Romania u21′s :(

    2 lucky 15′s for tonite

    Germany btts&overs 6/5
    Ireland o4.5tgs 4/5
    hungary btts 6/5
    lierse btts&overs 5/4

    7.5pts out, max 46.1pts in RTEURNED 3.75pts

    muller fgs 3/1
    keane 2 plus 21/20
    lafferty fgs 4/1
    bendtner fgs 7/2

    3.9pts out, max 130.58 in RETURNED 3.7pts

    GL all with a bet on tonite…………..

    poor day at the office for me lads, well done all with winners on a tough nite onwards…………

  222. Lossie jim 3 years ago

    It’s beginning to look like Scotland will be the only team from these islands not at the Euro’s. Wel’ll get 3pts from Gibraltar, but after watching the Germany v Poland game, I can’t see us taking anything from that two teams, was a great game to watch.

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      Mr Fixit 3 years ago

      Lossie Jim, we need a miracle for sure but on last night’s display we have no chance.

  223. Flipperman 3 years ago

    Thank u mr f for ur treble n god bless u always n give u inspiration much more to pick up more winner,thank u heartly

  224. leecunliffe 3 years ago

    Nice treble mr F and Jordan and the chief business as usual well done guys hopefully after a few Sunday nights Nfl betting we can all retire, Jordan I know you took our boys the other night we lost our first pre season game in 2 years last night but not to worry there was barely a starter to be seen

    • Jordan 3 years ago

      Cheers Lee and don’t worry mate I knew they wouldn’t have. In awe of waiting to see AP in action :) Going to be a close battle for that NFC North title. Packers 5th round QB Brett Hundley is looking a steal. Incredible stats last night although obviously against players down the depth chart.

  225. leecunliffe 3 years ago

    3 decent priced singles for me 2moro
    Gillingham 23/20, Cambridge 7/5 and Plymouth away 29/20

  226. HullShaker 3 years ago

    Well done all Keane backers and commiserations all the Scots lads – a chance yet but a much slimmer one…was looking forward to you boys getting through…top fans and add the character and colour the Euros need.

    My Icelandic tip was possibly the worst game of football ever…saving grace was that I’d included the draw at 9/4 amongst picks in the game but even that went under the train with an injury time penalty…a poor call from me on that one and sorry if any had a go.

    Interest bet tonight – I don’t do these often but all 4 Brasilian Serie B games KO at 11.00 and BTTS could have a shout in each…a shade over 16/1 for the four-fold

  227. Thebettingman 3 years ago

    Nice work today/tonight Mr fixit Scotland tip was a bit of a shock but that treble made it an ok night

  228. leecunliffe 3 years ago

    We will finish second behind green Bay only worry is can we get enough wins to reach play offs tough fixtures those season hoping for 10-6 season to get wild card

  229. Shaun tanner 3 years ago

    Hi all,

    That USL game was awful last night, finished 0-1, apologies. Anyway onwards…

    Banfield v Argentinos. Argentina Primera 11pm.

    Banfield over 1.5 team goals 1/1 & over 2.5 mg . SPLIT STAKE 75/25.

    ABC v Santa Cruz. Brazil Serie B 11.30pm.

    BTTS 10/11 & over 2.5 mg 5/4. SPLIT STAKE 80/20.

    USA v Peru. International 00.00am.

    USA over 1.5 team goals 1/1 & over 2.5 mg 5/4. SPLIT STAKE 80/20.

    Deportivo Quito v Deportivo Cuenca. Ecuador 01.30am.

    Over 2.5 mg 5/4.

    4-FOLD on all main bets 18.32/1

    *** I haven’t seen USA or Peru teams.

  230. calacoe 3 years ago

    Thx Jordan, excellent tipping again.

  231. McLeish 3 years ago

    well I did suggest they would score but I did not see that performance coming from Scotland tonight very disappointing!!!!

    Imo the tactics and selection where utterly ….

    can not believe it man wtf!!!!!

  232. HullShaker 3 years ago

    Lot of lads backing Walsall against Bury tomorrow and I posted my thoughts earlier in the week on this one stating team news would be critical.

    Looks like we will be without Leon Clarke again – hamstring still an issue, Nardiello still out (that’s our potential top attacking line-up ) Etuhu and O’Brian…and as we knew, on-loan keeper Christian Walton is back at Brighton due to injury which leaves us with Rob Lainton who is a fair keeper but I have my own doubts about.

    Walsall will be without a couple on international duty but welcome a couple of new signings who could start.

    In a nutshell, I’m not as confident as I was earlier in the week!

    Hope this helps anyone’s thinking ahead of the game…my opinion: heart says draw at 5/2 and head says…well, read between the lines.

  233. deanotron1 3 years ago

    I’m thinking over 2.5goaps in the USA v Peru game 13/10 What do people think?

  234. l3st3r 3 years ago

    JORDAN,pls I would like to enquire,how many units do you divide your bankroll into at the start of a new month,50units or 100units?

  235. Nick 3 years ago

    Oroczo Gonzalez Brooks Ream
    Yedlin Jones Zardes Bedoya
    Altidore Wood

    USA team

  236. Bluemooner1894 3 years ago

    Yes Simon that’s correct …

  237. Shaun tanner 3 years ago

    Had a punt on Altidore anytime 9/4 & first 6/1. SPLIT STAKE 75/25.

  238. Shaun tanner 3 years ago

    Get in JOZY get in USA!!!

  239. strikeg 3 years ago

    Can’t believe Jamaica 2-0 down after 8 mins. Come on Jamaica need you guys to win!

  240. Shaun tanner 3 years ago

    So just Banfield letting down the 4-fold, apologies folks.

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