DESMOND is on a good run with three winners out of four and is showing a substantial profit.

He's hoping to make it another good weekend and is going for two singles and a double.

Desmond says: “Gents, two teams I like the look of on Saturday are Burnley and Halifax. First up are a Burnley side undefeated in their last nine games after a great escape at Cardiff last weekend.

“Burnley entertain Preston at Turf Moor where the hosts have scored eight goals in their last four home games and against a Preston side three points off the bottom three I like the look of 11-8 for Burnley to score 2+ goals.

“Next up are a rejuvenated Halifax team with 12 goals in their last four games and 8 eight in their last four home games. The Shaymen welcome a Guiseley side not too clever on their travels with 13 goals conceded in their last four away games.

Ladbrokes offer evens on the home side to score 2+ goals and I'm taking that with Burnley at 11-8.”

1.5pts Burnley (11-8, Ladbrokes)

1.5pts Halifax (1-1, Ladbrokes)

1pt Double (15-4, Ladbrokes)

Good luck, Desmond

  1. warktheline 5 years ago

    I too like the look of the Halifax game, short odds on the overs 2.5.

    • john smith 5 years ago

      Yes they’ve been banging them in. Not so sure about Burnley as Preston only conceded 1 goal in last 3 aways.

  2. 5 years ago

    What happened Halifax done me for big accum 3500 one more goal heartbreaking stuff well done Mr fix it 6 in a row now cheers mate anyways onwards n upwards again unlucky des

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