I WAS searching long and hard for a hidden gem yesterday – and all the diamonds turned out to be close at home.

For the second day running I landed a first-scorer Super Single. On Tuesday it was Mario Balotelli at 5-2 and last night I tipped Queen of the South's Nicky Clark at 4-1 with McBookie.com.

Clark struck inside the first minute to possibly land my fastest Super Single of all time.

I also tipped Falkirk at 19-10 to dump crisis-hit Dunfermline, Dumbarton draw no bet at 29-20 v Raith and a victory for Queens at 5-6 as they clinched the Second Division title.

My hidden gem, however, crashed as Belenenses went down to Vitoria in the Portuguese Cup. So sometimes it pays to stick with what you know best.

Tonight there is a Serie B card which has been kind us recently and I'm going there for my Super Single. The big game features leaders Sassuolo at home to second-placed Verona and I can see the away side causing some problems.

Sassuolo have drawn their last two games and maybe the edge has been taken off their game after being so far ahead in the title race. Verona have won their last three away games and closed the gap to nine points.

They are a biggest 12-5 at bet365 and Coral but the way to go could be Verona draw no bet at 11-8 at William Hill.

As my last two Super Singles have been first scorers I have to mention the man in form, Daniele Cacia whose double for Verona at Crotone last weekend took his tally for the season to 18. Can't see a price for him but hopefully they'll be up later.

There's a fairly big card tonight and the likes of William Hill have got dozens of games on their both teams to score coupon so I'll put a treble or fourfold on another post.

Super Single

Verona draw no bet
(11-8, William Hill)

  1. Danny 11 years ago

    Tremendous Treble
    LokomotivZagreb – EnergieCottbus – Braunschweig

    Dodgy Double – Empoli – Gornik

    Spectactular Single – Odense – Randers Draw

    Blatant Both 2 Score Treble Italy
    Sassuolo – Verona
    Bari – Livorno
    Cittadela – Novara

    Ambitious Anytime Goalscorers
    Paul Clayton (Alfreton)
    Aaron OConnor (Newport)
    Andy Brown (Nuneaton)

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      Friday March 29, 17.30 GMT
      Live on Sky Sports One
      The Eagles have the chance to draw first blood in the Championship promotion race over the Easter weekend as they entertain a revitalised Birmingham in the first of a live televised double header.

      Crystal Palace
      Palace’s hopes of prevailing in the gripping battle for the second automatic promotion spot took a knock with the 3-0 crushing at bitter rivals Brighton in their last match but it is their home form which has been the rock on which their successful campaign has been built this season. Just one defeat (back on the very first day of the season in August) is the best record in the division and the Eagles have scored comfortably more goals (47) on their own patch than anybody else.

      Striker Glenn Murray has scored an incredible 29 goals in 34 starts this season. Manager Ian Holloway was hit with an FA rap after watching his side held to a 2-2 draw by Leeds last time out at Selhurst Park and will need to keep his composure during the promotion run-in as his men battle it out with Hull and Watford for the second automatic spot alongside Cardiff.

      Birmingham now have 49 points, which in most seasons would mean they are safe and could start planning their summer holidays. However, the compressed nature of the Championship this season and recent good form of the sides in the relegation places means they need at least one more win and possibly even two to be totally sure of survival.

      Their recent revival means that shouldn’t be a problem though. The win at Middlesbrough last time out meant they have now lost just two of their last 12 league games and they have scored in each of the last five games. Nikola Zigic seems to be back in favour after his bust-up with Lee Clark and has scored the first goal in two of their last three away matches.

      Over/Under 3.5 Goals
      Palace have averaged nearly two and a half goals in each of their home games, while the Blues seem to play with more freedom away from St. Andrews. That makes over 3.5 goals an attractive bet at 3.2

      To Score It’s not an original selection but Murray has scored seven times in the last five league matches at Selhurst Park so has to be backed at the best available price to score at anytime.

      Recommended Bets
      Back over 3.5 goals at 3.2
      Back Glenn Murray to score at any time at 1.9

      Milesey ( betfair )

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      Wigan 1.9 v Norwich 4.2; The Draw 3.5

      Wigan are odds-on to overcome Norwich but that’s a brave bet on a team that have won just three of their 17 home games in all competitions this season.

      March and April are to the Latics what Christmas and Easter are to Christians, but there has been no consistent progress about their campaign, to the extent that their two league victories since Boxing Day were both followed by 0-4 reverses. They won their last match against Newcastle.

      They are the only Premier League side without a home clean sheet, their average concession rate as hosts (2.13) being a divisional high. Their only DW Stadium triumphs came past West Ham, Reading and Newcastle. Against clubs beyond the bottom eight like Norwich, their record reads P9 W0 D2 L7.

      Norwich have drawn five of their last seven and all five of their other trips to the bottom-six occupants, sharing spoils in nine meetings with bottom-eight dwellers in total.

      Michael Lintorn’s selection: Back The Draw @ 3.5

      Nottm Forest 2.15 v Brighton 3.3; The Draw 3.25

      This is a clash that at first glance is between two of the Championship’s most in-form clubs. But on second glance, one team – Forest – are most definitely in form, while Brighton are playing well on home soil but away from home they’re not so hot.

      Forest have won six on the spin under Billy Davies and beat second-place Hull away from home last time out, and while the fear is that their good run has to come to an end sooner or later, I feel they have to be backed here at what appeals as a very generous price.

      Brighton have won just one of their last seven on the road, and their last three away games – all against bottom half clubs – mustered just one goal and one point.

      Mike Norman’s selection: Back Nottm Forest @ 2.15

      Colchester United 3.25 v Bournemouth 2.1; The Draw 3.25

      Bournemouth are hopefully over their mini-wobble and look back on track for the title having won their last three games in League One. Forward Brett Pitman has scored in all of those clashes, and Cherries boss Eddie Howe has stressed how keen he is to boost their goal difference.

      For me, Bournemouth are improved due to some of their players returning from injury, allowing the best footballer in League One, Matt Ritchie, to play in a more advanced role (he was filling in at left-back). And with them in-form again, I make them a good bet this Friday.

      Alan Dudman’s selection: Back Bournemouth to win @ 2.1

      Bristol Rovers 2.06 v York City 3.7; The Draw 3.25

      Some Opta stats put York’s task into sharp focus: Bristol Rovers are the top team of 2013 (with Northampton), with 32 points from 16 games; York have just 10 points in the calendar year. In fact, they have led on just 15 occasions in the 2012-13 season, a divisional low.

      Rovers might have kept only seven clean sheets – a league low – but three have come in the last five games and five in 10. Cynics might suggest that York lack steel and grit – as they are the only side to not have had a player sent off this season.

      City boss Nigel Worthington has a huge task, then, to gain anything here, even if he has high hopes of his latest recruit Adam Reed who has basement battle experiences with Portsmouth and Leyton Orient.

      Home boss John Ward might be “sad” to see the club that gave him his first job as a manager struggling and indeed it was the Minstermen who inflicted a 4-1 win to see Mark McGhee ousted from the Memorial Stadium. But, despite York clocking up 10 away draws, The Pirates ought to have enough, having rattled in nine goals in their last four games at home.

      Ian Lamont’s selection: Back Bristol Rovers @ 1.95

      Recommended Bets

      Back The Draw in Wigan v Norwich @ 3.5; Back Nottm Forest @ 2.15; Back Bournemouth at 2.1; Back Bristol Rovers @ 1.95; The Multiple pays approximately 30.0

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Danny, I’ve looked at Empoli and Brauschweig and had Bari and Novara games picked out for btts.

    • Milesey 11 years ago



      Sassuolo – Hellas Verona / VERONA WIN / DRAW

      Energie Cottbus V VfR Aalen / VFR AALEN WIN / DRAW

      Horsens AC V AB Aalborg / HORSENS WIN

      Milesey ( betfair )

  2. Danny 11 years ago

    on the same page with a few picks then am going out on the lash the night so no doubt at some point in the evening all take a wonder round to the sports betting area of the Casino

  3. Danny 11 years ago

    that’s the old GUATEMALA league experiment out the way the 1/2 shots at home score 3 and the 5/1 shots away team scored 4 UNPREDICTABLE ME THINKS

  4. Mr H 11 years ago

    Danny I was looking at the Guatemala league last night too, the records for those clubs at home compared too away is incredible and I don’t think I’ve came across another league like it. Seems like away wins are as rare as rocking horse shit and mirrors the home defeats

    • Danny 11 years ago

      Mr H just had a look at the stats and they are quite incredible might be something to look at if your ever up at that sort of hour and feeling the urge for a bet

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Danny, I finish at the Record tonight for 10 days or so and looking forward to a bit of down time. Also maybe take a look at some of these leagues you look but as I’ve said before I have to focus on the mainstream and that takes up most of my time.

  5. Kim Jong S 11 years ago

    Videoton are at home to bottom of the table Siofok on Friday,ko 1800.

    Early prices at bet365 for the Asians are..

    Videoton -2 – 2.100

    -3 – 4.150

    -3.5 – 5.000

    It’ probably just greed going back to Videoton for more but I couldn’t resist. ;)

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Kim Jong S, BP will kill me if I tip up “his Videoton” again but that’s a good spot.

  6. Bingo 11 years ago

    £92 back for my Brazilian treble that I posted last night. Hope some of you were on it. Withdrew £70 and £22 on Anderson most 180’s in his game at 11/10 and Barney to do Taylor at 5/2…

  7. Greg Browning 11 years ago

    Palmeries got destroyed last night but the match still produced over 14 coreners! Worth keeping an eye out for Palmerias matches as per Bounuty Punters comments a few weeks back!

    Some good pic last night Mr F ,keep them
    Coming! :)

  8. Tony 11 years ago

    Tonight’s picks

  9. Sean Ireland 11 years ago


    DIV 1
    cowdendenbeath v PARTICK THISTLE
    DIV 2
    QUEEN OF THE SOUTH v brechin

    Firstly partick are in great form and so are queen of the south,both sitting top of lgs,partick winning last 5 and scoring 18 conceding just 1, queenofthesouth unbeaten in 16 and winning 13 of 15 home games drawing 2,goals for 35 and 6 against,but you already knew this didnt you?Well heres the interesting part, the above teams have played each other just 3 days previous to these games,yesterday wednesday 27th march,Partick winning the exact same fixture 3-0 away and Queen of the south winning in a reverse game away to brechin 6-0.If anyone knows a reason why we shouldnt use these 2 games to ”buy money” please say but im looking at backing Partick at around 4/7 and Queen of the south on the handicap -1 at 20/21,the more adventurous can get -2 @12/5 and even -3 @11/2,given the 6-0 mauling they inflicted on brechin AWAY just 3 days previous to these games i cant see why they cant win in a similar fashion at home. Good Luck.

  10. Craig alves 11 years ago

    well spotted sean, they both should win but don’t think it’ll be as easy as last nights games and the bookies have learned their lesson from the prices given last night.
    covered masel last night on the correct scores after 60 mins so sliggt loss and stuck a ten pick acca wstarting off wi Braintree game over 2.5 gls tonight,

  11. Craig alves 11 years ago

    ….no shame haha, pick of the wknd is suarez to score 2+ at 7/2 wi bet365 thats in ma acca to boost ma winnings come sunday :) 500+/1

  12. Blair R 11 years ago

    Looking to the weekend.

    Scottish div1.

    Livi – dunf
    home win 8/11

    Surely a great price as away team could lose players this week.

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Balir, for anyone thinking about backing Livi do it now because their price is likely to crash. From what the administrator said last night there will be severe cuts today and boss Jim Jefferies said some players will have played their final game for the club last night. It’s likely to be a very young and inexperienced Dunfermline side on Saturday.

  13. Peebs 11 years ago

    Sean, Queen of the South won the league with last night’s win. May rest players this weekend as have Cup Final with Partick Thistle next Sunday.

    • Sean Ireland 11 years ago

      Already backed them but their manager already realizes Brechin may give them a tougher game so hopefull tat e will not make too many changes as tey will want to celebrate in front of their home fans,also given the fact these players are not on huge wages the win bonuses are something they wish to collect,that plus the 6-0 win away tells you there is a huge gulf in class between the 2,would take a complete overhaul of the 1st team to make me worry…managers quote: Thoughts now turn to the Ramsdens Cup Final against Partick Thistle on April 7th as Queens look to secure a historic double.

      Johnston: “[The double] would be nice but we have a match coming up at the weekend first. It’ll be a tighter game, I`m sure they`ll be really disappointed in that performance and they`ll make it harder for us. We’re playing for places in the cup final as well so I`m sure we`ll still have an edge to our play.”

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Sean, comments in today’s Record about how much bevvy was on the coach last night for a party, quite a long journey from Forfar to Dumfries for any players going the whole way, although many probably dropped off in Glasgow. I’d beware of backing Queens at the weekend and the manager will know his side for the Ramsdens final and could well rest some at the weekend.

  14. The Dane 11 years ago


    3 games from the Danish Superliga today where the bookies are way wrong on the game in Odense between OB Odense and visitors Randers.

    Odense keeper, Jesper Christiansen, and his defence have been bad and conceded 9 in the last 4 games where 3 was lost and 1 drawn. Randers are not having the same problems and have won their last 4 conceded just 1 goal and are priced very
    high against a Odense side they’ve met twice this season and beaten twice.

    I’m not saying Odense won’t win but are you going for value go for Randers.

    Odense – Randers (6.00 UK)
    Randers +0.5
    Odds: 1,82
    Stake: €15.00 (or 3% of my fixed €500.00 bankroll for this Danish series)

    Horsens – Aab Aalborg (2.00 UK)
    Horsens +0.25 (half odds if draw)
    Odds: 1,55
    Stake: €18.00 (3.6%)

    Silkeborg – Sonderjyske (4.00 UK)
    Silkeborg -0.25 (half stake lost if draw)
    Odds: 1,82
    Stake: €15.00 (3%)


    Odds: 2,45 / Stake: 35% of your total stake on the 3 games

    2,19 / 39.17%

    Odense – Randers DRAW
    3,32 / 25.83%

    1/3 = -14% of your total stake on the 3 games
    2/3 = +71%
    3/3 = +157%

    The Dane.

  15. emmett 11 years ago

    thanks for the picks last nite nice 6 fold up ,happy easter

  16. Greg Browning 11 years ago

    Super single tonight has to be Empoli away to Pro Vercelli!

    Empli have been on a fine run and been scoring goals, especially away from home! They lost last time out at but that was to a Bari team who had won 4 of their last 5!

    Away from home Empoli’s goals in their last 12 games reads 3 – 3 – 2 – 2 – 3 – 3 – 1 – 0 – 3 – 2 – 3

    Pro Vercelli are second from bottom and have only won 2 of their last 11 home games!

    Empoli to win 11/10
    Over 2.5 match goals 19/20
    Empoli to score over 1.5 goals 1/1

  17. Milesey 11 years ago

    off to Italy for our first pick of the day – and focusing our attentions on the second tier, as Crotone welcome out of form Spezia to the Ezio Scida Stadium, looking to secure their fifth win in six outings on their own patch.

    Massimo Drago’s side sit 13th in the division, but their recent results belie that position – and three clean sheets from their last four points to a level of consistency which outweighs their relatively underwhelming standing ahead of this tie.

    The Calabrians will be full of confidence here, and 20 games undefeated from their last 23 in front of their own fans – a run which stretches all the way back to early February last year – suggests that they are particularly good value for the three points tonight, and in the bigger picture, likely to better last campaign’s 11th placed finish.

    Visitors Spezia travel from Liguria in the midst of a miserable run of results – and no wins in eight will have the Aquilotti nervously looking over their shoulder.

    Luigi Cagni’s side sit in 19th place in the table, and are just four points ahead of Vicenza, who occupy the final relegation position, with nine left to play.

    But just one win on the road since October suggests that the away side tend to suffer from travel sickness – and ultimately, it could be their form away from the Stadio Alberto Picco which returns them to Lega Pro 1.

    And just one goal scored in their last three away from home indicates that the visitors are somewhat lacking in the final third, meaning that they could struggle against a Crotone rearguard which has hardly put a foot wrong in recent weeks.

    Bet 1: Crotone (HOME) @ 2.28

    Over to Denmark now, as Randers travel to OB in the Superliga, aiming to make it five league wins on the bounce – and cement their place in the top two, with third placed Nordsjaelland breathing down their necks.

    Colin Todd’s side have kept three clean sheets in a row ahead of this one, and will be desperate to maintain that defensive consistency as they look to secure their place in next year’s Champions League qualifiers.

    And just one loss from six league games on the road suggests that the Hestene are more than capable of taking maximum points from this clash, to build on a confidence boosting 2-0 defeat of Brondby in their last clash away from the AutoC Park Stadium.

    Hosts OB go into this one with no wins from their last five competitive encounters – and that leaves them sitting in sixth place with the finish line in sight.

    Troels Bech’s side have been inconsistent on their own patch in recent weeks – winning just three from eight – and nine goals conceded in their last four league games points to issue defensively.

    Randers have won the last two meetings between these sides – and I reckon they’re cracking value at 3.8 for the spoils here.

    Bet 2: Randers (AWAY) @ 3.8


    Bet 1: Crotone (HOME) @ 2.28
    Bet 2: Randers (AWAY) @ 3.8

    Milesey ( betfair )

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      Bored this morning and waiting for the racing to start :

      1 Mark Williams
      Mark Williams vs Ali Carter
      (Match Winner)
      Stake: 572.39 Returns: 1,717.17

      1 2nd Delivery 9th Over Sri Lanka – Over 0.5
      Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh – 3rd ODI
      (Runs off Delivery)
      Stake: 617.17 Returns: 1,234.34

      Last night

      1 Newell’s
      Deportivo Armenio v Newell’s
      (Full Time Result)
      Stake: 1,000.00 Returns: 1,500.00

      1 Over 9.5
      Portadown Reserves v Crusaders Reserves
      (Match Goals)
      Stake: 400.00 Returns: 1,050.00

      Milesey ( betfair )

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Milesey, that cricket one’s a new one on me. Did you hit it first time or did you have a few losers first?

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      i watched it, and Sri Lanka were getting a run a ball, no 4’s, 6’s, just hitting it into the deep and running, i looked at the way the game was going and could see over 0.5 at evens was a nice bet, you can do it off every ball in the over, but you have to be quick for it stays up for 20 seconds, never done it before in play, but could see it was a nice double your money at that time ;).


    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Milesey, Colin Todd? Probably thought he was being offered the Rangers job and just said yes.

  18. Greg Browning 11 years ago

    As well as Empoli there are 2 other attractive looking aways Italy tonight – Novara and Brescia!

    First up Novara away to away to Cittadella, unbeaten in their last 6 away games, scoring 2-4-6-1-1-2 and are unbeaten in their last 10 league matches! Cittadella sit 8 places below Novara in 15th an have only won once in their last 15 games! At home they have drawn a lot of matches but again have few wins to shout about!

    Next up Brescia visit Ternana – a team who have hit a blank in 4 of their last 5 home games! Brescia sit just inside the playoff places after a good run of results which has seen then win their last 3 away games!

    Recommendations: 4 singles

    Novara win 13/8
    Novara over 1.5 goals 13/8

    Brescia win 17/10
    Brescia over 1.5 goals 2/1

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Greg, I looked at Novara and liked them but as you say it could be a draw. Brescia also attractive but so many tight games in this league.

  19. Tony 11 years ago

    A didn’t think u bet big like that milesey. Is that every time u bet or just when it’s something u really fancy.

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      as in regards to what ?

      the cricket game they were hitting a single off every ball, so easy money, the irish football i was on it from 6.5 all the way to 9.5 and ended with 10 goals in the game, and the snooker Williams was 4-2 down and came back and won 5-4….. and Newell’s well that was just buying money, it’s not what i fancy, it’s what i see ;) ;)


    • Milesey 11 years ago

      …….. and that isn’t big ;) ;) anyway must dash, have a cracking easter ;) ;)


    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Milesey, was talking about the cricket bet. Are you off for Easter then? I finish in the Record tonight but still have columns for the paper and the site to look after – so it’s a kind of holiday.

  20. Tony 11 years ago

    hope you don’t lose your sight anytime soon milesey. So u can see more like them

  21. Greg Browning 11 years ago

    Yeah you’re not wrong Paul, good thing with Seria B is everything is nicely priced so if you do get a winner it’s usually a good won! Really like over 1.5 goals, been working well recently, Israel and Falkirk this week! You not got any first time scorers for this league? Haha :)

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Greg, I mentioned Verona’s top scorer as having a chance but couldn’t see any prices. So if anyone gets one then flag it up. So far on the site I’ve seen a few Serie B sides tipped tonight including Brescia, Novara and Empoli and of course I see Milesey has copied my Verona draw no bet prediction. If that doesn’t come up then we’ll blame him for jinxing it.

  22. Craig alves 11 years ago

    £5 free roulette token from skybet – £2.40 on red and black and 20p on 0 so instead of losing it on roulette I’ll lose it on the football and get alot more enjoyment out it :)

    coventry v Doncaster btts
    man utd to score 2+ (8/11 a great price even if they do rest player)
    liverpool to score 3+

    £4.30 5fold for £104

    suarez to score a hat-trick
    leicster to score 3+
    sassulo verona over 2.5 gls
    Norwich to score 2+

    50p for £216

  23. Sjf86 11 years ago

    Anybody looked at locomotiv Zagreb in Croatian 4.00 ko against bottom of the league? And a possible double with Newport co in conference tonight?

  24. mark 11 years ago

    waiting on Odense tonight for a 24/1 Acc does not look good now ive seen the comment from the dane do u think i should cover the bet with Randers Draw no bet HELP !

  25. the chief 11 years ago

    Bingo were you getting 11/10 on Anderson getting most 180s?

  26. Greg Browning 11 years ago

    I would always recommend covering where possible! Some winnings is better than no winnings!

  27. Craig alves 11 years ago

    playing skypoker and landed 2 jacks and 3 of us were all in and got stung wi a flush on the river :( after playing just over an hr

  28. the chief 11 years ago

    1 bet for me today and thats

    3.15 wolverhampton FOSTER’S ROAD

    WINNER 10/3

  29. john biy 11 years ago

    milesey,The trading is not for me! impossible to get big bets matched at the odds u want…thanks for the advice though…you should post up your horse racing lay tips aswel:)..

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      What do you mean ? you can only have whats already in there ? don’t go in with big lumps, go in with several amounts to get them matched up.

      backing high, laying low……….. just on todays movers


      Ffos Las

      Bamboleo 3.1 out to 5.3
      William Hogarth 9 in to 5.8
      Black Is Beautiful 11 in to 7.8
      Pension Plan 12.5 in to 7.6
      Qualviro 3.7 out to 5.4

      Bellflower Boy 2.98 in to 2.26

      The Bear Trap 3.05 in to 2.38

      Thomas Junior 2.9 out to 3.85

      Rosies Peacock 3.45 out to 4.3


      Elenika 2.84 out to 4

      Ballywatt 8.6 in to 4.9

      Pearls Legend 8 in to 5.1
      Canadian Diamond 6.87 out to 10.5

      Silver Commander 13 in to 7.6


      No No Mac 3.65 out to 6.8
      Pastoral 4.5 out to 7.6
      Masquerade 6.6 in to 2.74
      The Stig 6 out to 18.5

      Dr Livingstone 2.2 out to 3.2
      Dolatulo 5.7 in to 3.9


      Silcas Dream 2.72 in to 2.06
      Alhaarth Beauty 2.32 out to 2.96
      Red Baron 9.8 out to 17.5

      Mazij 7.4 in to 5.1

      Mcbirney 3.95 out to 6.8
      Marmas 16.5 in to 9.6
      Hallstatt 17 in to 11

      Regal Hawk 1.88 out to
      Storming 9 in to 4.1

      Watt Broderick 5.1 in to 3
      Exceedexpectations 8.2 in to 5.7
      Saint Thomas 14 out to 28

      Chester Deelyte 3.75 out to 5.1
      Local Singer 12.5 in to 6


      The Crafty Butcher 3.75 in to 3.3

      Andiamos 3.8 in to 3.15
      Jimmy The Hat 2.96 out to 4.6
      Coolnagorna Giggs 10 in to 6.8

      Easy money…

      Milesey ( Betfair )

  30. Danny 11 years ago

    wits happnin Paul/Brer/Troops

  31. Milesey 11 years ago

    Braunschweig are odds-on for their clash with Dynamo Dresden in Germany’s Bundesliga Two ,tune in to Betfair Live Video at 19:30 for a surprise result.

    Eintracht Braunschweig are pushing for promotion to the top flight and in truth, with an 11 point gap over Kaiserslautern in third, it is highly likely that they will be plying their trade with the likes of Bayern Munich next season. Obviously promotion is the main objective but finishing top is still something to keep them motivated and they are just a single point behind Hertha BSC.

    I do have a few concerns about their recent form though. A late goal at Bochum 12 days ago was their first win since the middle of February. They lost to both 1860 Munich and MSV Duisburg before picking up a draw with Kaiserslautern. Manager Torsten Lieberknecht hasn’t led his side to a home win in 2013 as The Lions have played three, drawn two and lost one.

    Dynamo Dresden remain in the relegation play-off place after losing their last two fixtures. They had been getting some good results before that though and since Peter Pacult was installed as manager, Dynamo had lost just one of six matches, two of which were victories.

    On the road, SGD have only lost two of their last half dozen and while they didn’t win during that period, a draw would do us just nicely this evening. Dynamo lost to tonight’s opponents in the reverse fixture back in October, but they will at least take heart from the fact that that was Braunschweig’s first victory against them since 2010 and Dresden actually won at Eintracht-Stadion last season.

    Based on recent form I think the home team are a little short at around the 1.72 mark, and that’s why I’m making them my lay of the day.

    Recommended Bet
    Lay Braunschweig v Dynamo Dresden @ 1.72

    Milesey ( betfair )

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      To Italy, where 10 of Sassuolo’s last 14 Serie B home games have produced Under 2.5 Goals and so have 9/11 of Verona’s most recent away matches.

      Recommended Bet: Back Under 2.5 Goals @ 1.78 in Sassuolo v Verona

      Milesey ( betfair )

  32. Danny 11 years ago

    Paul ma man anymare spoilers fur the weekend I am curious

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Danny, just keep an eye on site on Saturday.

    • Danny 11 years ago

      a wull dae Paul wee drink an coupans on seturday this afternoon when the drinks oot ma system am gawn up the gaff ae see the progress the lads huv gawn rapid windys in 1 of 3 bathrooms in coming along a treat a can sense something spectacular occurring on the Saturday efternoon

  33. Danny 11 years ago
  34. RabTheHermit 11 years ago

    The German second league is awful to watch. I know there is diving and play acting in every league but every game I see there its filled with it. Embarassing.

    And off to watch another one. Think I need a beer.

  35. Tony 11 years ago

    Allrite Danny bro wits happening. U steam boats the night mate

  36. Danny 11 years ago

    awright wee man aye buckelt oot ma melt fuul scale madness wae the pearl room troops nearl whiteyed ma load oan that cognac 3 rapid bottos a Hennessy

  37. Tony 11 years ago

    Mad shit that’s what happens when u drink to much wee chap. Was up the toon for a buffet. Could be sick maself am that full mate. Hoping for ma 4 homes an 1 away the night. House coming along nicely mate.

  38. Danny 11 years ago

    drink 2 much ave been onit since the year if young Big Brer wis tot by the best wis getting a bit oot a hand in the casino Hennessy wis $95 a pop too much fur some folk dusnt matter but know if yer snd yer snd 4am mate few tooheys an a hof a bushmills. gaff is flyin in Brer not long ae go PALACE MA MAN

  39. Seamus 11 years ago

    On it anaw Danny ma man? Start of my days off anaw darts and a carry out oh aye :-)

  40. Tony 11 years ago

    I how long till u move into the palace mate. Sounds like u are having a heavy beavy session. What’s new when it comes to u and drink bro. A had one last night

  41. Milesey 11 years ago

    Lads why don’t you go and chat on here http://www.healthfulchat.org/drugs-and-alcohol-chat-room.html instead of filling up this site about your bullsh*t ! Sorry trying to keep it as polite as possible, but i don’t want to see your daily chit chat about sh*t to be honest.


  42. Danny 11 years ago

    that’s it Big Bro always on the swally geein it 2 months at the max an we shid be in it just in time fur winter I must stress your summer haha its looking dino mate alsorts a upgrades the kitchen drawers close themselves when you touch them lol canny wait tull youse come oot fur a holiday we wur gawny go tae the royal macau anaw ya bam haha keep it tae a minimum coz punters don’t like personal chat

    good tae hear it Seamus mate why noo get onit you work fur it know

  43. Danny 11 years ago

    crackheed that’s never touched crack good one as u say its a jock site all jocks like a good swally you don’t like Scots you don’t like Scots football you have made it blatantly obvious you don’t need the site so wit you still doing on it never argued with you before but when you call me a crackhead/junky that’s when we will argue Milesey

  44. Sean Ireland 11 years ago

    Yo, is anyone tellin me were a can score me an ma crew sum gud times init,jus wanna keep it real while da tunes is still bangin .

  45. Tony 11 years ago

    Danny boy glad u are lookin toward to the gaff mate. Most people don’t bother thier arse mate. They would just skip the comment. Watching the darts from Glasgow. Mate glesga boys on top runnin a mock.

  46. 1plus2 11 years ago

    And don’t forget he is just a copy n paste merchant ;-)

  47. Tony 11 years ago

    Taylor v barney bring it on
    Taylor bros in arms Danny boy

  48. 1plus2 11 years ago

    He talks a lot of kak at times but thats just to get a rise, lots of his tips can be found in a lot of places if you look for them but a lot of tips can be found anywhere if u look for them just a matter of picking them based on what you see and any info that gets copy n pasted simples

    • MUZZA 11 years ago

      Hahahahaha light the touch paper……………. And BOOM!!!!!!

  49. 1plus2 11 years ago

    It’s not rocket science muzza

  50. Danny 11 years ago

    a wis chattin up a wee dirty Brer haha

    Me and You know the script am not getting barred cause I enjoy the site and the buzz of trying to tip winners for punters

    funny that I have never argued with Milesey because I respect his knowledge but seems to be a theme

    end of the day Brosif you and the waens will be here soon I wonder what the stats are on Junkies living in a 4by3 mansion in Perths swan valley northern suburbs

  51. 1plus2 11 years ago

    Ah jist couldnae handle the heat over there man i would be like a tomato forever and a day and the annoying thing is wen the red goes away i go back to pasty feckin white lol

  52. Danny 11 years ago

    lol you kinda get used tae it mate everythin is air con a look like a spud the now ma arms and legs are broon the rest ae me is chalkwhite/sunburnt

  53. 1plus2 11 years ago

    Seriously m8 i cannae bear the heat ah should have been an eskimo coz the cauld disnae bother me

  54. Danny 11 years ago

    lol never bothered me all the years in Mearns n Clydebank a hud ma denims rockports an a hoody on it the casino the night an it wis 22c the blood thins down eventually

  55. Mr H 11 years ago

    Evening all,anything happening on the latest he’s worth a nobble

  56. 1plus2 11 years ago

    I would end up like yon mad aussie chopper or summin coz the heat wid send me oriental

  57. Mr H 11 years ago


  58. Mr H 11 years ago

    Did I type in Facebook or mrfixitstips…. What’s with the social dialogue haha you on the sauce Daniel

    • Danny 11 years ago

      Mr H naw a refuse tae pay $23 fur a botto of tonic just get fuula lager voddy yenissey

  59. Tony 11 years ago

    I mate lot a pish arguing on the site. Every one wants to win thier bets thats what its all about. Will be minted us all coming out to oz not been for years. Every1 is barney army mad in Glasgow the night wonder why.

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Tony, try to keep to betting chat as much as possible.

  60. Badham 11 years ago

    Anyone got any tips on the darts? Fancy a dabble. I know there are some on site but I’d like different points of views?

    • 1plus2 11 years ago

      Well i am on a treble Taylor,Anderson and Van gerwin

      Anderson cannae be much woors that what he ahs been and Newton looks like he is out his depths and M V G is just playing bang on darts so a double of Anderson and M V G should end the night off nicely.

  61. Rick 11 years ago

    Shaping up to be a shocker of a night so far unfortunately!

  62. Danny 11 years ago

    Anton see the day we lost the 1st game of the season an a bingod they 2 daftys at your shops ave just found oot a wee bit a stuff a know stayed in the tennaments across the road murder

  63. Mr H 11 years ago

    Bad ham Gary Anderson most 180s 1/11 ,over 3.5 180s 6/5 and handicap -0.5 4/5

    Against Wes Newton . Anderson scores heavy and home crowd behind him

    Be quick starts in 5

  64. Mr H 11 years ago

    10/11 most 180s

    • 1plus2 11 years ago

      Aye thot so 1/11 is a bit skinny for Anderson most 180’s ;-)

  65. Tony 11 years ago

    A never thought u would bother to much Paul it will be an old page when u put up tomorrow’s ones.

  66. Tony 11 years ago

    Who is she Danny boy. Coupon is tripping with crotone

    • Danny 11 years ago

      a wee skinny bint fae ma school days sum bit a stuff nooadays know

  67. Mr H 11 years ago

    $23 for tonic….how’s life on sunset boulevard? Where do you stay? Do they were arak when they rob you

    • Danny 11 years ago

      lol Mr H they are bumpin bams but get away wae it coz its Perth plus Rangers and Celtic supporters clubs are within walkin distance they sell a power ae it. at the moment am in a rental getting bumped fur 2gs a month building oor ain gaff in the swan valley should be ready in 6 weeks ma

  68. Badham 11 years ago

    Cheers guys gone with Anderson most 180’s

    Can anyone tell me what +1.5 (no tie) means please?

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Badham, just means someone can win by 0.5 instead of it being a draw.

  69. Mr H 11 years ago

    Wear a mask*

  70. Rick 11 years ago

    The worst thing is I won’t be around at the weekend to make up for the serious damage that’s been done tonight!

  71. Mr H 11 years ago

    2g a month? What were yer winning numbers hoachy bawls haha. Or you nobbin a Ritchie cougar ;)

  72. Tony 11 years ago

    6 weeks mate result that will fly in. Ware does she stay do a know here

  73. Danny 11 years ago

    HAHA sum buzz mate naw ma auld mans oan a good wage he runs Oz biggest pharmaceutical warehouse and makes sure the good 20million people of Australia get there medication in a timely fashion runs like clock work

  74. Danny 11 years ago

    lolol naw ye don’t know here an she stays roon westwood nooadays

  75. Mr H 11 years ago

    Aye right Danny it’s me yer chattin tae, pharmaceutical warehouse ;););) that morse code for yer da is going too be the star of the next series of underworld

  76. Danny 11 years ago

    lolol gen up mate only 2 people in Oz have keys fur the dangerous drugs vault him an the top boy hes fae London so that goes down a treat wae the aussie staff haha its pure ching base/speed an methadone interesting job a suppose

  77. Badham 11 years ago

    This Anderson guy can’t finish his dinner

  78. The UHT 11 years ago

    Goal!!!! Alfreton! 93rd minute, but better late than never. Great shout, Mr F. Nice start to the weekend. Sassuolo – Verona already up.

  79. Mr H 11 years ago

    Badham he has one of the poorest double percentages in the league but he scores heavy too balance it. If he could get his doubles sorted and consistent then Phil Taylor wouldn’t live with him.

    2/3 ain’t bad as Meatloaf says…£54 up :)

  80. Greg Browning 11 years ago

    Mixed results tonight – 3 out 6 for my singles, still enough to give a good bit of profit! Super single Empoli produced the goods again, shame they only managed one goal!

    Novara romped to a 6-2 to win for my single and over 1.5 Novara goals

    Brescia went down 1-0 after being reduced to 10 men!

    On to tomorrow’s card now, off work, soccer Friday :)

  81. Badham 11 years ago

    So if it ends 6-6 ur in Paul?

  82. John 11 years ago

    I must say i need to get my killer instinct sorted, Dumbarton, Morton and tonight Novara all came back from losing positions to win….and each one was tipped on this site, i could’ve made a few quid if i’d went for it :-)

  83. Danny 11 years ago

    Bro am burst enjoy the rest off your evening

    Danboy over n passed oot

  84. Greg Browning 11 years ago

    How I managed to get over 6.5 180’s up I’ll never know, lol!

  85. Badham 11 years ago

    Anyone on any games tonight?

  86. Greg Browning 11 years ago

    Badham, had a look but not much happening! Big day tomorrow! :)

  87. Badham 11 years ago

    Yeah massive. Love a bank holiday weekend! Anyone know if Santos have got Neymar back? Or where I can see team lineups?

  88. Part Time Punter 11 years ago

    Decided to mix it up today and have a 7fold, 3 matches 4 BTTS Brescia went dwn to 10 men and never gt into it, and Modena cudnt equalise..mixed results tonight, ruined a 130/1 line

  89. Mike Jackson 11 years ago

    Next time Ternana are playing in Serie B, I’m putting some money on them, they were a decent price to beat Brescia and won 1-0 and drew with Sassuolo last time.

  90. Tony 11 years ago

    Sound mate going to crash out to was wasted last night. Tomorrows games look good for btts. Usually loads of let downs these holiday fixtures

  91. steve 11 years ago

    Any chance you or milesey could do a rugby league stat page. Love tour tips and mileseys. My old mate Big H used to make lots of money by betting the team under ten points on the handicap to do it and anything over ten points he would side with them. Amazing how many times this system comes in. As for the football, Tranmere look overpriced at home to sheff utd this weekend. I watched them on sky against stevenage- they looked pretty good. I would also like the phone number please to open a BETFAIR account. Thanks steve.

    • Milesey 11 years ago


      Castleford (13) v Wakefield (10)

      Castleford have Australian winger Justin Carney back from a two-match ban while front-row forwards Jonathan Walker and Jake Emitt are in contention for a recall. Hooker Adam Milner drops out of the team that lost at Hull KR.

      Wakefield are at full strength following the postponement of last week’s game against Leeds, with scrum-half Tim Smith fit again, along with forwards Justin Poore, Ali Lauitiiti, Danny Kirmond and Andy Raleigh. Kyle Trout, Frankie Mariano and Matty Wildie all make way.

      Last season: Castleford 12 Wakefield 40, Castleford 26 Wakefield 32, Wakefield 16 Castleford 34.

      Last six league matches: Castleford L D L L L L Wakefield W W L L D L.

      Top tryscorers: Kirk Dixon and Jake Webster (Castleford) 4; Ben Cockayne (Wakefield) 8.

      Top goalscorers: Jamie Ellis (Castleford) 16; Paul Sykes (Wakefield) 18.

      Hull (9) v Hull KR (8)

      Hull are still without influential Australian duo Daniel Holdsworth and Shannon McDonnell through injury and are set to stick with the side that drew at London.

      Hull KR coach Craig Sandercock has recalled prop Adam Walker in place of Rich Beaumont in the only change to the side that beat Castleford on Sunday.

      Last season: Hull KR 18 Hull 32, Hull KR 32 Hull 30, Hull 36 Hull KR 6.

      Last six league matches: Hull D L L W L D Hull K R W L W W L W.

      Top tryscorers: Joe Arundel (Hull) 4; David Hodgson (Hull KR) 6.

      Top goalscorers: Daniel Holdsworth (Hull) 10; Michael Dobson (Hull KR) 29.

      Salford (14) v Huddersfield (1)

      Lee Gaskell is set to make his Salford debut at centre after joining them on loan from St Helens while interim coach Alan Hunte has handed a first senior call-up to centre Edwin Okanga-Ajwang, who will be vying with Niall Evalds to take the place of injured winger Danny Williams.

      Huddersfield coach Paul Anderson recalls prop Anthony Mullally from his spell at Batley in place of the rested Larne Patrick and includes 18-year-old back rower Peter Aspinall in his 19-man squad for the first time.

      Last season: Salford 20 Huddersfield 30, Huddersfield 34 Salford 38, Huddersfield 36 Salford 10.

      Last six league matches: Salford L W L D L L Huddersfield W W L W W L.

      Top tryscorers: Ashley Gibson (Salford) 4; Shaun Lunt and Jermaine McGillvary (Huddersfield) 5.

      Top goalscorers: Marc Sneyd (Salford) 11; Danny Brough (Huddersfield) 27.

      Widnes (12) v Warrington (3)

      Widnes are boosted by the return of England forward Gareth Hock, who was forced to sit out the recent defeats by Catalan and Wigan, while prop Steve Pickersgill is in line to face his old club after displacing Ben Kavanagh.

      Warrington recall centre Rhys Evans in place of the rested Chris Bridge while back-row forward Ben Harrison is set to make his return after missing the last two months with a hernia problem.

      Last season: Widnes 14 Warrington 52, Warrington 68 Widnes 4. Warrington 46 Widnes 12.

      Last six league matches: Widnes L L W D L L Warrington W W L L W W.

      Top tryscorers: Patrick Ah Van (Widnes) 4; Joel Monaghan (Warrington) 7.

      Top goalscorers: Rhys Hanbury (Widnes) 9; Brett Hodgson (Warrington) 27.

      Wigan (2) v St Helens (5)

      Wigan are set to be unchanged as long as skipper Sean O’Loughlin and hooker Michael McIlorum recover from the knocks they picked up in last week’s win over Widnes.

      St Helens are to give a debut to utility player Stuart Howarth following his arrival on loan from Salford. He will help plug one of the gaps created by the absence of Jonny Lomax, James Roby and Lance Hohaia. Prop Anthony Laffranchi returns in place of the injured Tony Puletua while coach Nathan Brown also includes youngsters Anthony Walker, Mark Percival and Lewis Charnock in his initial squad.

      Last season: Wigan 18 St Helens 26, St Helens 16 Wigan 42, St Helens 10 Wigan 28.

      Last six league matches: Wigan L W W W L W St Helens D W L W W W.

      Top tryscorers: Josh Charnley (Wigan) 9; Jonny Lomax & Francis Meli (St Helens) 7.

      Top goalscorers: Pat Richards (Wigan) 32; Jonny Lomax (St Helens) 11.

      Wigan Warriors vs St Helens
      I had my concerns about the Wigan pack last week, but they proved totally unfounded faced with what was a pretty dire Widnes performance, and whilst they face a much sterner test up front this week, they should have too much creativity for Saints

      The Saints pack looks the better of the two, but with Roby, Lomax and Hohaia all missing from the Saints nineteen, they look woefully short on creativity. Even if they do manage to get on the front foot at, they will surely struggle to put Wigan away, and their lack of a specialist goal kicker is still a worry.

      Wigan should have too much for Saints on this occasion, especially if Sean O’Loughlin is passed fit to play, and they can give up a start of 8.5 points.

      Recommended bets

      1 pt Wigan Warriors -8.5 pts @ 1.91

      Hull FC and Hull KR
      The last of the live derbies should be an entertaining one given how Hull KR are going at present, but their free-scoring habits have hardly gone unnoticed by the bookies, and the total points line looks about right.

      Neither side have really been able to get a run going this season and FC actually sit outside the top eight after the Robins’ win over Castleford saw them leapfrog their neighbours. The Robins should have run out more convincing winner than they eventually did last Sunday as it was individual howlers that led to at least three of the opposition tries.

      The loss of Daniel Holdsworth to another injury is a bitter blow to FC and certainly tips the balance in KR’s favour for me. In a game where I can see very little between the two sides, I’m happy to take the 6.5 pt start available on the away side.

      Recommended bets

      1 pt Hull KR + 6.5 pts @ 1.91

      Milesey ( betfair )

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Steve, Milesey’s put up stuff, you’ll never get anything from me on rugby league. It’s not exactly Scotland’s No.1 sport.

  92. the chief 11 years ago

    Good Friday in super league, means one thing Wigan v Saints derby, having landed 3 bets out of 4 recommended bets last week, I’m hoping for similar today. I mentioned last week Wigan’s lack of forwards and the lack of grunt upfront, nobody off that list is expected back yet they exploited Widnes out wide and put 60+ pts on them. Saints are missing a couple of key players including puletua + Roby. Roby is a big miss, but if St Helens are going to win this ,they need their pack to dominate, force Wigan up the middle, and shut off the edge. Wigan with their injuries need to put ball through hands and go wide like they did against Widnes, Blake Green & Matty Smith can organize this team and, I expect Wigan will win and with Sam Tomkins who is the league’s best players I fully expect Tomkins to score and a Wigan win today.



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