THERE were 23 correct Super Singles put up in midweek with the usual array of superb tips.

Biggest win came from Andrew Steele with his 5-1 bet on Celtic -2 at HeartsIn fact the Celtic game proved popular with Andy Greenan and Johnny on -1 at 15-8, Anton Traquair going for Celtic HT/FT at 7-4 and Colin Reid on Celtic to win both halves at 7-2.

A clever prediction came from Joseph William who backed under 0.5 first-half goals at 7-4 in the Birmingham v Portsmouth match.

Isabella Steele landed a 3-1 winner with Blackpool HT/FT and Daryl Cruickshank was on Blackpool just to win at 8-5.

Draws were popular with Guy Walker on AC v Juventus, John Cairns and Brian Welsh on Sunderland v Middlesbrough and four people taking Dunfermline v Killie.

All 23 winners will be put into the hat to win a £10 free bet with bet365 and there are three more tenners to be won at the weekend.

2 Comments
  1. joseph williams 11 years ago

    thanks for mentioning me above mr fixit, there was probably an element of luck in my bet but i know pompy tend to defend in alot of matches away so i was happy to get that prediction right!

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Joseph, there’s always a bit of luck but it also helps todo your homework. Good luck with this weekend’s selections.

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