IT'S Good Friday so hopefully I'll put up some good tips after a decent week. Last night's Verona draw no bet returned stakes after two first-scorer Super Singles on consecutive nights.

Most of the npower league games will be played today – watch out for the 3pm kick-offs – and tonight and I'll put up some tips in the morning.

At first glance Watford look good bets from the Championship at home to Burnley while you've got to fancy high-flying Doncaster at troubled Coventry in League One.

In League Two on-form Northampton should win at home to Torquay while it will be interesting to see how Phil Brown fares as he takes new club Southend to Capital One Cup runners-up Bradford.

Be free to put up your own comments and I'll post a Super Single, Top Treble and a both teams to score line before lunchtime.

  1. mike 11 years ago

    Hi mr fixit, what do you suggest about the Arabian (kuwait, oman, jordan, saudia arabia, UAE etc) matches for today?

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Mike, I’ve got no time to look at these so I suggest maybe you give us the tips. There’s plenty for me to look at in England and I’m on to the weekend tips too.

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      Sitting just four points above the drop zone, Sunderland know they are right back among the relegation fodder.

      Despite an abysmal start to the campaign it was all going swimmingly for Martin O’Neill’s side in mid-December, after winning five games in eight.

      But now the Black Cats are staring nervously over their shoulders once more after failing to win any of their last seven games.

      Worryingly in that run they have tasted defeats to drop favourites Reading and Queens Park Rangers, and failed to beat ten-man Norwich City in their last outing.

      Goals have proved difficult to come by all season – they have scored more than once only seven times in 30 league games.

      So bad news about Steven Fletcher’s season-ending ankle injury picked up on international duty then? Meanwhile, Wes Brown and Lee Cattermole are still nursing knee problems, with the former too facing surgery and an early end to the campaign.

      To cap it all they now face the Premier League leaders on course to land their 20th top-flight title.

      Sir Alex Ferguson’s men are cruising at the top of the table 15 points ahead of last season’s champions Manchester City.

      Dropping points is a surprise where the dominant high-fliers are concerned, let alone losing games (they haven’t tasted defeat since November 11).

      But Ferguson’s men do not have particularly fond recent memories of the Stadium of Light, a ground on which they thought they had won last season’s crown before Sergio Aguero’s famous late strike.

      Phil Jones (ankle), Nani (hamstring) and Paul Scholes (knee) are all pushing for returns after the international break.

      United’s last four away league defeats have all been by a 1-0 scoreline, but it’s difficult to see Sunderland walking away with a similar result.

      The visitors have swept away one and all with a devastating brand of attacking football this season, and taking them on the Asian handicap looks the smart choice this weekend.


      Crystal Palace headed into the international break in the worst possible way, after suffering a 3-0 defeat at bitter rivals Brighton just under a fortnight ago.

      Before that, the Eagles had won five and drawn two of the previous eight fixtures and are now back within three points of an automatic promotion berth.

      Ian Holloway will be without the services of influential winger Wilfried Zaha after he received a one-match ban from the FA for his gesture to Leeds fans earlier this month, but Stephen Dobbie is available after being ineligible against parent blub Brighton last time out.

      Birmingham climbed into the top half of the Championship table for the first time all season last time out as their 1-0 victory at Middlesbrough moved them into 12th in the standings.

      It was a second straight win for Lee Clark’s men and means the Blues have lost only twice in their last 11 fixtures, including one defeat in six away fixtures.

      Left-back Mitch Hancox looks to have recovered from his hamstring injury and could return to the starting XI at Selhurst Park, but Jonathan Spector’s ankle problem could keep him sidelined over Easter.

      Birmingham came from two-down to clinch a point in December’s reverse fixture at St Andrew’s, and another stalemate could be on the cards here.

      Even without the dangerous Zaha, the Eagles should be far too strong for City in this one so the handicap market looks attractive.

      over 3.5 goals

      Bournemouth will hope to have put the dark days behind them as they ended a run of three successive home defeats with an emphatic 4-1 victory over Bury on Saturday.

      The Cherries endured a poor run of form during February and early March and while that seemed to have come to an abrupt end with back-to-back away victories versus Stevenage and Oldham last week, they were yet to win on home soil since February, 9th.

      They rectified that in style on Saturday, easing past the Shakers to move up to third in the League One table, level on points with second-placed Swindon although having played a game more.

      This weekend, Eddie Howe’s men take their away record of nine wins, four draws and seven defeats to the Community Stadium to face a Colchester side unbeaten in two following a draw with Coventry and victory over Bury a fortnight ago.

      The U’s were due to face MK Dons last weekend but the clash was postponed, meaning they haven’t played in two weeks prior to the Easter holiday.

      Now, they will be looking to pick up where they left off after enjoying a respectable run of form so far this month, suffering just one loss in six to ensure they avoid dropping into the bottom four.

      Despite their improved results though, you’d suspect a Bournemouth side on the way back to their best will be too strong for Joe Dunne’s men as they continue their charge up the League One table.

      Bournemouth WIN

      Having failed to take full advantage of their games in hand after their incredible cup run, Bradford have been cantering below the play-offs after picking up nine points from their last six fixtures.

      All is still to play for, however, as the Bantams still hold a one-game advantage over most of their play-off rivals.

      A welcome boost is the return of club captain Ricky Ravenhill after a shin injury.

      If Bradford are to push through to the play-offs they have no better opportunity against a Southend United outfit bereft of confidence and reeling from successive home defeats to Wimbledon and Plymouth Argyle.

      That run cost Paul Sturrock his job.

      Phil Brown is the Shrimpers’ new man and, ahead of next weekend’s vital Johnstone’s Paint Trophy final against Crewe Alexandra, the Essex side will be keen to impress here.

      Southend enjoyed a 2-0 win against Bradford on their last visit to Valley Parade and with the presence of Brown to shake things up, it wouldn’t be a shock to see a similar outcome.

      Southend WIN

      Milesey ( betfair )

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      A 1-1 draw at home to rivals Burnley saw the end of Michael Appleton as Blackburn manager last week, with an eight-match winless streak seeing owners the Venkys run out of patience with the 37-year-old.

      Rovers are down in 18th spot in the table and just four points clear of the bottom three after earning three points from their last available 21, and the man charged with reversing their fortunes is caretaker boss Gary Bowyer.

      Colin Kazim-Richards returns from an ankle problem to be in contention this weekend, while both Markus and Martin Olsson should return too to ease the injury burden.

      Blackpool suffered a surprise 1-0 loss at home to a Peterborough side in the relegation places, meaning the Seasiders, like their hosts on Friday, are just four points above the bottom three.

      Paul Ince’s men have won only one of their last seven Championship outings, failing to score in five of those matches.

      Both Barry Ferguson and Chris Basham have resumed training after head injuries but it remains to be seen if they will be available on Friday, but Ian Evatt and Gary Taylor-Fletcher are definite absentees.

      Blackburn are unbeaten in four clashes with their Lancashire rivals, winning three of those, and another Rovers victory looks to be on the cards here.

      Given the form, it’s unlikely to be the most entertaining of derbies, but one goal either way should seal it, and home advantage could do the trick.

      UNDER 2.5 GOALS
      Blackburn 1 – 0 Blackpool

      Hartlepool sunk back down to the bottom of the League One pack after stretching their time without a win to six matches with a goalless draw at home to Walsall on Saturday.

      The Pools had enjoyed an impressive run of five wins in seven marches during January and February but have struggled to regain that same form since, slipping to three defeats in March so far.

      They continue to pick up a few points after draws with Colchester, Yeovil and the Saddlers, but it was not enough to keep them off the foot of the table following victories for relegation rivals Portsmouth and Bury.

      John Hughes’ men are currently still six points adrift of safety, leading the boss to declare a change of tactics ahead of their meeting with MK Dons on Good Friday.

      The Dons would have been left frustrated last weekend after their visit to Colchester was postponed, denying them the chance to bounce back quickly from a midweek 2-1 loss to Crewe.

      Karl Robinson’s men have become impossible to predict of late, losing to the likes of Oldham and Shrewsbury but pulling results out the bag against high-flying Doncaster and Tranmere.

      The inconsistency leaves them 13th in the League One table and still favourites to overcome lowly Hartlepool just as they did earlier this season. If they’re to do so, the Dons will have to find their first domestic win on the road since New Year’s Day.

      Hartlepool 0 – 1 MK Dons

      Yeovil’s late meltdown on Saturday against Carlisle proved costly for the Glovers as they dropped out of the play-off places ahead of their Easter clash with Walsall.

      Gary Johnson’s men were leading the Cumbrians by two goals to one but two strikes in the 90th minute, one of which was an own goal, saw the spoils shared in a thrilling 3-3 draw.

      However, while Greg Abbott’s men were delighted with the result, the Glovers left Brunton Park disappointed, knowing that a point was not enough to keep them in the top six.

      As it is, they currently lie in seventh place, just one point adrift of Tranmere in sixth and three behind second-placed rivals Swindon Town ahead of the visit of a Walsall side sitting just one spot below them in the League One ranks.

      Walsall also played out a disappointing draw on Saturday as they failed to get past bottom club Hartlepool in a game that ended up as their third draw in five games.

      However, the Saddlers remain unbeaten in ten prior to their trip to Huish Park and will definitely have one eye firmly set on a late promotion push with the top six just four points away.

      Yeovil have notched 11 wins on home soil so far this season and remain favourites to win the Good Friday clash, despite Walsall’s rich vein of form.

      Yeovil 2 – 3 Walsall

      Chris Wilder has bemoaned his side’s bad luck this season, with key players drifting in and out of the squad through injury.

      But the Oxford United chief has also been exacting in his criticism of United’s front players who have been goal shy in their last two games, missing several clear-cut chances in successive defeats.

      The U’s are adrift of the play-offs in tenth place but the performances of Jake Wright, Oxford’s captain, have caught the eye. “We are looking to get six points from the next two games and there is no reason we can’t do that,” he declared.

      Mid-table Morecambe head into the first Easter fixture with one victory in their last seven games, playing for pride without any realistic hopes of promotion or threat of relegation.

      The Shrimps will be buoyed by the memory of their last visit to Oxford, where they collected three points with a late winner.

      Consistency has been a key issue at the Kassam Stadium for much of the season, as the U’s tend to follow a defeat with victory. Back that trend to continue with a home win on Good Friday.

      Oxford 2-0 Morecambe

      Milesey ( betfair )

    • 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


      Port Vale V Cheltenham

      Oxford United V Morecambe

      Northampton V Torquay

      Colon V Tigre Viktoria

      Mlada Boleslav V FC Slovacko

      Uni Cluj V Concordia Chiajna

      Milesey ( betfair )

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      Crawley Town V Stevenage at Broadfield Stadium : Match Preview

      Kyle McFadzean is Crawley’s only absentee for the visit of Stevenage.

      Defender McFadzean has been out since November when he was struck down by a virus and is still building up his fitness.

      Captain Josh Simpson is fit after an ankle injury and could return to the starting line-up.

      The midfielder had been sidelined for a month but came on as a second-half substitute in Tuesday night’s 2-0 win over Crewe.

      That is likely to be the only change manager Richie Barker makes with his side unbeaten in six matches and still in with an outside chance of reaching the play-offs.

      Former Swansea striker Jamie Proctor keeps his place in attack after his quickfire brace secured victory over Crewe.

      Marcus Haber returns to the Stevenage squad for the trip.

      The striker has missed Boro’s last two matches, defeats by Bury and Tranmere, as he was on international duty with Canada.

      Defender Lee Hills is set to miss out again with a hamstring problem while winger Filipe Morais remains on the sidelines with an ankle knock along with long-term Achilles injury victim Jon Ashton.

      Skipper Mark Roberts continues as caretaker player-boss and will start at centre-half.

      Roberts took over for the Tranmere game on Sunday after Gary Smith was sacked last week.

      Graham Westley has been linked with a return to the club he guided to back-to-back promotions but an appointment is not expected before the weekend.

      Match odds
      CRAWLEY 1.9
      DRAW 3.6
      STEVENAGE 4.9

      Milesey ( betfair )

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      Lay Brentford v Notts County @ 1.82

      Brentford have slipped to fourth in League One after having their game with Sheffield United postponed last weekend. It’s incredibly tight at the top, especially for the second remaining automatic promotion place as just three points separates second to seventh. The Bees have at least one game in hand over their rivals though – bar Sheffield United – so their destiny is in their own hands.

      The Bees got over a recent pair of defeats by winning their last two matches. They beat Swindon and Preston, although they had to come from behind against the former and needed an injury time penalty to beat the latter. Those two victories came at home and their record at Griffin Park has been exceptional this term. Uwe Rosler’s men have lost just twice and won 12 of their 20 league games there.

      Notts County are stuck in mid-table, unable to challenge for the play-offs but sufficiently clear of the relegation zone to have any concerns about going down. They haven’t really been losing many games, it’s just that they haven’t been winning many either. Under Chris Kiwomya, The Eagles have avoided defeat in nine of 11 fixtures, yet they recorded just three victories during that period.

      Away from Meadow Lane, County have an incredible record of three losses in 410 days – a spell of 30 games. They’ve now drawn their last four in a row on the road, and that included trips to Swindon, Tranmere and Walsall, who like Brentford, are pushing hard for promotion to the Championship.

      This should be a tight affair as County will look to soak up pressure and hit Brentford on the break. The draw is a real possibility here so with the home side trading as low as 1.82 I have to make them my lay of the day.

      Recommended Bet
      Lay Brentford v Notts County @ 1.82

      Milesey ( betfair )

  2. Part Time Punter 11 years ago


    sydney warriors to beat newcastle @2.20

    cant ignore top of the league warriors against a newcastle team who currently own the services of emile heskey!

  3. WINNER694 11 years ago

    Our old friends Videoton play today in the Hungarian NB1. They play bottom of the table Soifok at home. If i remember rightly Bounty Punter mentioned this one when he tipped up Egri vs Videoton a few weeks ago, where, as we all remember, Videoton put them to the sword on their own ground with a 0-4 win.
    This one looks just as promising for goals as, even though bottom of the league, 8 of Siofok’s 10 away matches this season have brought up both teams scoring, with 6 of Videoton’s 10 home matches also bringing up this market.
    So based on Mr Fixit’s principle for btts selection , ie. make sure the away team can score and the home team should look after themselves, this match should be a good one for btts, the odds on which are 11/8 with BET365 and William Hill (Videoton are named as Fehervar on William Hill by the way).
    Also, over 1.5 goals in the 1st half pays 6/4 with William Hill and over 3.5 goals in the match pays 13/8, again with William Hill.
    The one bet that catches my eye though is over 2.5 2nd half goals as this pays 11/4 with William Hill!!!
    My advice is get on all 4 bets and get paid!!!!

    BTTS 11/8 BET365 and William Hill
    Over 1.5 goals first half 6/4 William Hill
    Over 3.5 total goals 13/8 William Hill
    Over 2.5 goals second half 11/4 William Hill

  4. Danny 11 years ago

    Treble – Watford – Swindon – Wycombe

    Aways Double – Bournemouth – MK Dons

    Single – Preston 2 Score In Both Halves

    Both 2 Score Treble
    Blackburn – Blackpool
    Tranmere – SheffUtd
    Barnet – Dagenham

    Anytime Goal Scorers
    Clayton Donaldson (Brentford)
    Nahki Wells (Bradford)
    Danny Nardiello (Rotherham)

    Early Chinese Double – Guizhou Renhe – Shanghai Shenxin


    Treble – Shamrock – PSG – Caen

    Croatia/Czech Double – Rijeka – DuklaPrague

    Single – Universitatea Cluj

    Both 2 Score Treble
    Antwerp – Westerlo
    Sedan – Guingamp
    Chateauroux – Angers

    Anytime Goal Scorers
    Andreas Cornelius (Copenhagen)
    Cicero (Pacos Ferreira)
    Rory Paterson (Derry)

  5. Mr H 11 years ago

    Our old friends Tampines Rovers(Singapore) are looking inviting at 5/6 too continue their unblemished start too the season away too Home Utd who have failed too find the net In their first 2 home games of the season

  6. Mr H 11 years ago

    Tampines beat Home Utd 2-0 home and away last season and should continue that trend today, nice way boost today’s fund early doors at 11.30am

  7. bomber Harris 11 years ago

    bet of the weekend Bristol Rovers at home to York at evens , rovers home form is great at the min while York dropping like a stone ! Why rovers are even money is beyond me ! GET ON

  8. Stevie H 11 years ago

    1st bet for me since my rant a couple of weeks back lol…

    Sheff Utd

    £10 @ 22.43/1 bet365

    All decent odds aswell so lets hope its a VERY good Friday!

    Good luck guys :-)

  9. Greg Browning 11 years ago

    So much to look at today, it’s just like a Saturday! :)
    Don’t forget about the French and Dutch games :):)

  10. Blair R 11 years ago

    Out of interest how do you normally bet. For instance if a football treble do you bet on a accumulator or doubles or a trixie to cover bets . Or all of the above. Would be interest to know as my strategy is not working

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Blair, I try to keep selections to a minimum (singles, doubles, trebles). If the odds are big, for example first scorers or draws I’ll perm them. But remember the more selections you have the less likely you’ll win. For example a 19-1 to accumulator suggests you’ll win once out of 20 attempts. A single at evens will give you a win every second go statistically.

    • Blair R 11 years ago

      cheers Mr F thats what i try to do must just be picking the wrong teams

  11. Luke 11 years ago

    Blair: I always go Accy.

    Paris Saint-Germain


  12. Greg Browning 11 years ago

    Super single today has to be Doncaster away to crisis hit Coventry!!

    7/4 is an absolutely huge price! The bookies have got this one seriously wrong!

    Coventry got beat away to Porsmouth 2-0 last week and are about to play what I would say is the best team in the league!

    Get on it earlier before It shortens!

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Greg, I mentioned it briefly yesterday and was on it last night. Does look a big price.

  13. Tony 11 years ago


  14. alex walker 11 years ago

    Just want to say that the guys who let down scotland at the darts in glasgow are just pure animals. How could anyone want to spit in phil taylors face. He has been the greatest darts player that has lived and that dirty pig spits in his face. Sorry from all the good scots who were there last nite!

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Alex, totally agree with you. Firstly, it’s obviously just one or two fans so people should accept that. But those who spat on Taylor and gave over the top abuse to Lewis are out of order. However, their actions are drink-fuelled and consuming alcohol seems to play a big part in proceedings so if it’s allowed there’s a danger things will get out of hand.

  15. Bryan 11 years ago

    I can’t say i’m too surprised. The darts seems to attract a certain type of clientele when they come to Glasgow. I remember there was trouble in the Lewis/Anderson match two years ago. The constant heckling and booing of English players is a total embarrassment.

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Bryan, drink’s the problem. Ban it and everything will be fine. But then will anyone go?

    • Bryan 11 years ago

      The darts with no drink?

      You’re correct, it would be empty!

      Getting pissed is one of the main attractions.

  16. The Dane 11 years ago


    Very small profit yesterday and a 11.72% interest on my €500.00 bankroll on this Danish series after 16 games. 3 games again today from the Danish Superliga and one of them a high value bet.

    FC Nordsjalland have not only beaten Aarhus GF twice all ready this season (away!) but are also undefeated at home in close to 12 months and a much better team than Aarhus GF. The Danish league are not an easy one to predict but a weak Aarhus GF side without Petri Pasanen, Atle Haland and probably Anders Kure will have more than a hard time today.

    I’m on FC Nordsjalland.

    FC Nordsjalland – Aahus GF (2.00 UK)
    FC Nordsjalland
    Odds: 1,90
    Stake: €14.00 (or 2.8% from my fixed €500.00 for this Danish series)

    Esbjerg – Brondby (4.00 UK)
    Brondby +0.5
    Odds: 1,84
    Stake: €15.00 (3%)

    FC Midtjylland – FC Copenhagen (6.00 UK)
    Both Teams To Score
    Odds: 1,74
    Stake: €16.00 (3.2%)

    The Dane.

  17. Calc 11 years ago

    Yup, Nordsjalland seems like a real solid bet, especially with the artifical pitch too that no one seems to be able to win on.

  18. Craig alves 11 years ago

    agree bryan, never watched the darts last niggt but was following on twitter and for Taylor to get spat on is shocking, hopefully they catch whoever it was. I was threre 2 years ago when the coin throwing and pints getting thrown at Lewis vut thankfully a was in tge stand and not down the front, it’s just gonna end up wi the players coming on throu the backstage if there’s any more incidents or stayibg away from Glasgow and going to Edinburgh

  19. alex walker 11 years ago

    Bryan they should all try and grow up! All this anti english crap! Plus they they were all pissed up to boot! Am scottish but the english dont do it to the scots players when they play in england! EMBARASSING

  20. Bryan 11 years ago

    Hey, i’ve lived in Glasgow my whole life. I know what the locals are like with a bevvy in them.

  21. alex walker 11 years ago

    Dont tar them all with the same brush mate! A lot of good weggies bryan!

    • robert miller 11 years ago

      speaeking as someone who has competed in sport for 30 years and not too shy in having a dig at darts players i really felt sorry for Phil Taylor


  22. Callum 11 years ago

    tenner returns 296.83 with paddypower

  23. Titou 11 years ago

    Arsenal U19’s to beat Chelsea U19’s in the Next Gen Semi Final’s played in Italy @ 2.62

  24. Craig alves 11 years ago

    £4.50 on tge following for £306


  25. alex walker 11 years ago

    Maybe they should bring it back when you go and watch scotland at fitba. Might not be that bad to watch when your pissed! Ha ha.

  26. Blair R 11 years ago

    thinking swindon watford double 2/1

  27. 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.



  28. alex walker 11 years ago

    Hope so blair r. Thats my double for today! Good luck.

    • Blair R 11 years ago

      take your money back it will lose cause am backing it

  29. bhavish 11 years ago


  30. the chief 11 years ago

    The 2nd game on Sky Sports on Good Friday see another Derby between the two Hull sides. Hull FC were most people’s dark horses for old trafford, after some shrewd moves in the off season. Gareth Ellis was their biggest but since he got injured in the warm up on opening night its like the wind as gone from their sails, injuries along the way to the likes of Holdsworth, Yeaman Mcdonald,Tickle. The latter named is back and his goal kicking could be crucial in a tight match. Hull KR were dire in their match last week with Castleford, twice opening up 10pts lead failing to capalise and nearly lost the game. Dobson is their main man, and key to a KR victory. This is a tough one to call, I think Hull FC could win even with their injuries, in Houghton,Briscoe, Horne they still have quality in their side and roared on my a partzan crowd. KR with 6.5 will appeal to most people, but as Im not convinced FC will cover im taking advantage of some good anytime tryscorer bets, which I think will make it a GOOD friday.



  31. the chief 11 years ago

    One game which aint on tv but I can pass on a good tip and a chance to hopefully double your money, comes in the Widnes v Warrington match, there should be quite a few tries scored in this one. Ryan Atkins has scored 3 in 3 against Widnes and if Warrington dont rotate their team, I think he will make it 4 out of 4.



  32. Blair R 11 years ago

    evening bet psg- pacos de ferreira-caen

    will prop try and cover it with doing doubles

  33. alex walker 11 years ago

    No way blair. Its a cert.

  34. usa 11 years ago

    super single crawley two beat stevenage.

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      Not really a super single at them odds is it ?

      ” TOP JOKEY ” or by two did you mean Crawley 2-0 or by 2 goals ? or is it you just can’t spell ?


    • Rick 11 years ago

      You’re just upset Milesey because he is betting against your beloved Stevenage :D

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      I expect Crawley to win, and so do the bookies , so at odds of 17/20 at best is that really a super single ?


    • Rick 11 years ago

      The way my betting’s going, any single that wins is a super single :D
      You tend to stay in the singles/doubles market yourself, don’t you Milesey? Seems to serve you well.

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      I look for value singles, sometimes doubles, today it’s BOURNEMOUTH and NOTTS CO WIN/DRAW for me, singles and the double, or in other words i will be laying Brentford against Notts Co.

      Still pondering whether to do MK Dons and Oxford as 2 singles too, all depends how my game goes inplay at the moment, need another goal for a full house.


  35. alex walker 11 years ago

    10to11 with william hills milesey. Can see a draw myself. Stevenage got 3 players from spurs yesterday. Stick my neck out and say 2-2.

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      Stevenage will complete a loan move for Fulham defender Alex Smith, pending Football League approval, whilst former Arsenal and Sunderland forward Roarie Deacon has signed on a free transfer.

      Both are aged 21 and have Premier League backgrounds; Smith is now in his 11th season at Craven Cottage, joining in 2002 and earning a pro contract in 2009. He made his Premier League debut for the side this season, coming on as a substitute for Damien Duff against West Bromwich Albion. He spent a period on loan with Leyton Orient earlier this season and made two appearances for the side.

      Deacon came through the ranks with the Gunners and soon became a regular in the Reserves, making 16 appearances and scoring 4 league goals. He was part of the Arsenal Under-19s side to reach the semi finals of the Dallas Cup, scoring three times in the prestigious youth tournament.

      For the Black Cats, the London-born attacker made five appearances, three in the League Cup and two in the FA Cup this season, whilst he has also represented England at youth levels.

      Stevenage have completed the loan signing of Max Ehmer from Queens Park Rangers until the end of the season.

      The 21-year old can play in defence and midfield and has enjoyed loan spells with Yeovil Town and Preston North End in recent years. His time with the Glovers proved most fruitful, as he made over 50 appearances between two seasons.

      At Deepdale he made 9 appearances before returning to QPR, whom he has been with since he was 9 years old. He signed a new four-year deal with the Premier League side in 2012 and now comes to the Lamex Stadium hoping to gain first team football between now and the end of the season.


  36. the chief 11 years ago

    Surely a super single as too be evens or better or can England beating San Marino be a super single ?

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      If i was on a super single today, would be a southend win at 3/1 ;) ;)


    • Rick 11 years ago

      Wish I could afford to follow all your tips Milesey :) Of course, if 50% or more win, I’ll be well able to :D
      Done quite a few singles today, let’s see how the final profit/loss looks. Need a boost after yesterday!

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      You shouldn’t follow all of anyones tips, just pick out what you want, thats what its all about, i’m doing 4 singles now today after some inplay action just came up trumps, BOURNEMOUTH , MK DONS, OXFORD, and LAY BRENTFORD.

      and that’s it for today ;) ;)


  37. Callum 11 years ago

    does anyone know the correct kick-off time for tampines game? i thought it was 11:30 it keeps appearing as kicked off on some sites then gets taken off

    • Rick 11 years ago

      Soccerway is saying it is postponed Callum.

    • steve myers 11 years ago

      cant be postponed because just checked but its 0-0 at moment.

  38. Callum 11 years ago

    ah ok cheers rick

    • steve myers 11 years ago

      tampines now winning 1-0 and playing 10 men,penalty.

  39. Greg Browning 11 years ago

    That’s the good thing about this site, it’s caters for all! Those who want to do singles and doubles can and follow other tips, while those only wanting to spend a fiver can put a collection of the tips given on an accumulated! I do numerous accumulators with small stakes but do larger singles which tends to be more profitable!

  40. Arnie 11 years ago

    Mr F any top treble today?

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Arnie, on the preview there is a top treble.

  41. Guido 11 years ago

    Watford cocked up a few times recently…said Id never do them again!! Fast becoming a team like Aberdeen for me I don’t like/never back…evs is tempting tho..hmmmm, dunno, can always blame Mr F if they cock up?? ;-) :-)

  42. Guido 11 years ago

    Lower English league dross/poor standard ..ball spends that much time in the air comes down with snow on it. Scottish Juniors more skilful, Auchinleck, Irvine Meadow, Maybole and classy Clydebank. Suppose these lower league/kick n rush fans like Milesey/Muzza know there stuff so I’ll pick a4 for a decent priced yankee go with a mixture of tips..Oxford MK Dons n similar etc :-)

  43. Guido 11 years ago

    Natalie Sawyer eh?…mmmm. :-) Any fans, Milesey/Muzza??

    • MUZZA 11 years ago

      Not for me Guido – she looks like she has a hairy back!! :-)

  44. Craig alves 11 years ago

    Not for me Guido – she looks like she has a hairy back!! :-)

  45. Guido 11 years ago

    Seriously Muzza?? Man, you must have high standards!! Think shes a bit “false” but widna be looking for a character reference for a few minutes of her time ya know!! ;-) Whats your main fancies today? Lotta folk jumping on the Watford bandwagon…

    • MUZZA 11 years ago

      Guido it is Bournemouth & Doncaster for me – nice priced double 11/10 & 7/4

      Then tonight Leicester, Palace & Northampton……

  46. Scouseorca 11 years ago

    Tampines shows as just kicked off on bet365

  47. Peter Piper 11 years ago

    To be fair nothing really stands out today lower league games are hard to predict.
    With reference to the Leicester v millwall game if i had to choose a winner it would be millwall.

    Millwall have won on 2 of their last 3 visits to Leicester and have also won their last 2 away games. Now i think about i think i will go on Millwall with Torquay getting a point away to Northampton.

    Millwall Win
    Torquay Draw

  48. Dave 11 years ago

    Tampines game has kicked off 0-0 after 25 odd mins. Whose on them then ?

  49. Peter Piper 11 years ago

    Derby to beat Bristol City
    Doncaster to beat Colchester
    Millwall shock win @ Leicester


    Good Luck

    • MUZZA 11 years ago

      Donny are playing Coventry Peter not Colchester (that would be Bournemouth)

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Muzza, good luck to anyone with Wolves, I’ll make them my Saturday single and go with Murray to score for Palace tonight.

    • MUZZA 11 years ago

      Good shout

  50. Guido 11 years ago

    Stood up to my principles n given Watford the swerve n done a yankee compiled from Messrs Murray, Miles n Fixit’s tips…Bournemouth, Doncaster, Oxford, Northampton.
    off oot on bike for a bit see if I can help clear this crap in my chest/throat.
    Good luck all

  51. Peter Piper 11 years ago

    Yes apologies … Donny to Win anyways !

  52. Craig alves 11 years ago

    the stats don’t look good for Leicester but stats aren’t everything, millwall needed their last 2 wins to get the points and escape a relegation battle but leicster at home should win as they need points to keep in the playoff positions. it’s always dodgy comin to the end of the season, av gt leicster in all ma lines so they better win haha

    Man U Leicester Liverpool Dortmund all to score 2+
    juventus and lazio 2-1 for £172

    man u
    suarez to score 2+
    Coventry Doncaster btts
    lazio catania btts
    braintree game last night over 2.5gls – win
    for £266

    for £306

    Coventry Doncaster btts
    man u to score 2+
    Liverpool to score 3+
    for £100

  53. Murranovski 11 years ago

    Callum the Tramlines game was delayed ! K/O at 1315 in the end it’s currently 0-0 (HT). Check for live updates.

    • Callum 11 years ago

      yea thanks murranovski just seen that would have liked a first half goal, ah well big 2nd half in order

  54. Murranovski 11 years ago

    *Tampines bloody predictive txt!

  55. Murranovski 11 years ago

    Bonkers Bet

    Palace V Birmingham, Leicester V Millwall, Blackburn V Blackpool (treble all to draw) Paddy Power pays 40/1

  56. Callum 11 years ago

    red card to home utd against tampines still 0-0 though

  57. Callum 11 years ago

    1-0 tampines

    • steve myers 11 years ago


  58. Milesey 11 years ago

    Mr Fixit, i’ve sent in loads, inplay section for the golf, preview for the racing tomorrow, you not putting any of it up ?


    • Guido 11 years ago

      Milesey – u not oot rolling yer eggs? Marcel Siem if going well at golf..did look at him at a nice price…and didn’t do him. Hes gottta habit of throwing in a bad round tho

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Milesey, when I get time I’ll do it but I don’t know when that will be. Friday’s a killer for me as I’ve got the deadline for Daily Record two pages which I’m writing up now plus trying to get weekend football to do for the site. I’ve asked admin to help but they’ve all got young kids (like yerself) and today’s a holiday as you know. Racing preview will be done later but I won’t get to the golf so hopefully people will see it.

  59. Milesey 11 years ago



    If i was on a super single today, would be a southend win at 3/1 “””

  60. Guido 11 years ago

    Milesey – Natalie u rate her form??? progressive filly? to improvement?..what? :-)

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Guido, all I’ll say is the highlight of transfer window night is not Jim White!

  61. Guido 11 years ago

    Bud Cauley -4 after first round. Good young player/did well in his rookie season. trading at 75…might hava dip

  62. Dean 11 years ago

    There’s more goals in the Watford game than there is in the whole of league two. Funny old game

  63. Part Time Punter 11 years ago

    even a 4fold is becoming hard to come by!, i had the treble..who told me to add doncaster to this line!, 24/1 on for a tenner down the drain

  64. Milesey 11 years ago

    BOURNEMOUTH , MK DONS 2 winners, OXFORD, and LAY BRENTFORD 2 losers as Oxford ship a goal in the 93rd minute and end up drawing 1-1 and Brentford win 2-1.


  65. Guido 11 years ago

    Yep..Watford F up again 3-3…sorry for those that backed them. Gianfranco musta got a wee phone call from Sicily a minute or two from end. AVOID!!

  66. Craig alves 11 years ago

    think it’s cos he keeps rotating the squad, seen it before zola resting players for midweek games then starting them at the wknd, chances are vydra will start on Monday

  67. Sean Ireland 11 years ago

    Quite a few surprises today and there will be a few tomorrow too wit teams having to respond to getting caught up in relegation battles and other ”stronger” teams rotating squads to deal cope with other upcoming games,i for one will not be adding Man United @ 4/6 to any lines just because Sunderland have been poor,sir alex god bless him is likely to make a lot of changes with the upcoming match coming with Chelsea {spits}on monday and given that united ave the lg as good as sewn up the F.A replay is at this time more important and United will send out a fresh very strong team that will show how important the cup is to them and te chance to play City in the semi’s.Its true that united have great strength in depth and at any other time of year id back them to thump Sunderland but we are now entering that time of year where those at the bottom end of the table put in a performance and i see Sunderland doing just that,they are 6/1 for a win but odds of around 3/1 for the draw are very tempting in a match that could be a low scoring tight affair,if United go and stick 6 past them after my write up i will not be back. :)

  68. Craig alves 11 years ago

    I still think either rooney or rvp will play aswell as kagawa and hernandez or welbeck, prob welbeck as hernandez was playin for mexico midwk, still think they’ll put a few past Sunderland who are without cattermole and Fletcher remember, unless danny steps up but only time will tell. I’ll be cheering on utd tomorrow as gt them to score 2+ :)

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