FRENCH LIGUE 2 delivered yet another bumper winner last night as first-half goals landed at 37-1 and it's the third time it's delivered in the last two months which is some going.
Today I'm on Everton at home to Brighton and the Scottish Championship match between Morton and Dunfermline. I was on second-half goals at Stirling Albion vs Cove Rangers but that's been postponed.
You can listen to my thoughts, preview and tips on these games on this weeks Gambla Betting Podcast.
Everton vs Brighton (KO 3pm)
It's been some run of fixtures for Everton over the last few months – they've played Liverpool and Leicester twice, Man Utd, Arsenal, Man City and Chelsea and with the exception of the Liverpool FA Cup match last weekend, performed really well in most of them with some great results.
They've beaten Burnley and Newcastle in between those fixtures and a home match against Brighton will be another where they will be looking for 3 points, especially after Sunday's cup exit.
Brighton are only one point behind them but struggle on the road and have lost both trips to Goodison since being promoted.
Just feel there are plenty of positives for Everton from the last few months and they will be able to edge out stuffy Brighton.
- Everton to win
- 9/10 (Betfair) (NAP)
Morton vs Dunfermline (KO 3pm)
Not much between these two sides but given Dunfermline's terrible run of results, poor away form and loss of some key loan players, there's absolutely no way they should be as short as 6/5.
Morton are no great shakes themselves but are decent at home and come into this game off the back off two pleasing away wins. They are as big as 21/10 and that gives us value in the team goal market.
Ten of Morton's 12 home games have seen Morton score before 60 mins and I think it's worth backing again against an out-of-sorts Pars side who won't be aided by the loss of five of their loan players.