WEEKLY COMPETITION WINNERS

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CHARLIE AUSTIN didn’t just give West Brom a kick up the Rs last Saturday – his
hat-trick heroics also brought up a belter of a Bonkers Bet prediction.

The man who called the 3-2 win for QPR at massive odds of 26-1 was Malcolm Caithness and he bags a free £10 bet at 10bet.

The next of our weekly winners is Tam8242 who was rewarded by Chelsea clinically winning 2-0 at Stoke at 13-2.

Completing the full house is Bingo who predicted Man City to beat Crystal Palace 3-0 at 15-2 – and he’ll have been mightily relieved to see Palace have a goal wrongly disallowed for offside.

As usual we were inundated with correct Super Single predictions and the first winner of a free £10 bet at bet365 is Zukon, who went for Swansea to beat Hull at 6-4.

Joining him in the winner’s enclosure are Hudson – thanks to his prediction of Motherwell DNB at St Mirren at 5-4 – and Muzzer who plumped for 21-10 shots Brentford to win at Cardiff.

Winner of the McBookie.com contest was Craig Sneddon who went for Aberdeen’s Peter Pawlett to score first at 11-2 against Kilmarnock.

We’ll email the winners of both competitions with a link for your free bet. Remember that to be eligible for the Bonkers Bet prize, you must have opened an account and made at least one deposit at 10Bet. Free bets can take up to 28 days to be credited.

Don’t forget to have a go at the competitions again next time and a very merry Christmas to all who visit mrfixitstips.

4 Comments
  1. Duncan Poundcake 2 years ago

    Well done Malcolm ,Tam and Bingo.GL.

  2. malcolm caithness 2 years ago

    Cheers

  3. malcolm caithness 2 years ago

    Better still I backed it at 33/1 bet365

  4. Muzzer 2 years ago

    Thanks Mr F, well pleased with that. :)

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