IT was a day of just one loser out of all the football bets advised and the Top Treble is pending.
I didn’t mind the loss which was Gareth Bale to score first and also advised him to score. In fact it was my Super Single in Monday’s Daily Record but I was working late on Sunday night and by the time I got round to putting tips up here it was 3-5.
My other Super Single was Iceland draw no bet and that was void after Ukraine missed a penalty in a 1-1 draw.
As usual Bet of the Day for members only won as did my challenge bet and out of the seven recommended bets on my World Cup preview there were six winners and one void.
I hope to do as well on the final round of World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday but finding value isn’t easy with several short-priced favourites.
Euro 2016 finalists France at Belarus and star-studded Belgium an Cyprus are needed to complete my Top Treble.
Hungary should win in the Faroes, Bulgaria are no value at home to Luxembourg, Bosnia can crush Estonia and even Greece should rack up a few in Gibraltar.
Sweden v Holland and Switzerland v Portugal are the standout matches and neither is easy to call.
For those who follow the Under-21s there are loads of games and we may some Irish, Welsh and National League North and South tips from people who follow those leagues.
My tips are focused on the World Cup qualifiers and I’ve posted a World Cup preview and added a fivefold.
The first US Open tennis tip was a loser as Andy Murray destroyed Grigor Dimitrov in three sets in what was one of the best displays of his career.
Hopefully my second pick will be better. I watched Lucas Pouille beat Rafael Nadal the other night and he should be capable of taking at least a set of fellow Frenchman Gael Monfils.
Pouille will enter the world’s top 20 after this tournament and is enjoying a fantastic season. If he plays as he did against Nadal he could win but bookies make Monfils massive favourite which allows me to have nearly evens on the underdog to win a set.
What worries me is Johnb who knows more about tennis betting than me reckons 3-0 Monfils so you have to decide who to with or leave it alone.
In fact staying with the them I’m on Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, another Frenchman, to take a set off world No.1 Novak Djokovic who is still suffering with an arm injury and needed treatment in his 3-0 win against England’s Kyle Edmund. Tsonga blew away Jack Sock and the big-serving star should at least grab a set.
With value tough to find in today’s football the tennis Super Singles are my only ones today.
2pts Super Singles
Pouille to win a set (4pm)
Tsonga to win a set (4pm)
2pts Top Treble
(21-10, Coral) Pending
Switzerland v Portugal under 2.5 goals
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September Super Singles Total
(6 bets, 2 winners, 1 void)
September Advised Accas Total
(7 bets, 2 winners)
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