The FBI Column: Deconstructing the weekend football betting odds


I’ve only picked out the best of the bets for you guys this week, as well as a sections list on a William Hill coupon. All of the below prices are from William Hill.

Firstly, here’s the sections list. If it is successful, a £1 stake would return £90.39, and a fiver on the same bet would return a whopping £451.95. The first match listed is from section 1, the second match from section 2 etc.

Annan v RANGERS

Queens Park Rangers v CHELSEA

STEVENAGE v Crewe

MIDDLESBROUGH v Ipswich

Dundee v MOTHERWELL

Oldham v NOTTS COUNTY

Aston Villa v SWANSEA

 

Over 2.5 goals

If you fancy betting on goals then the following five fold 2.5 goals + option looks decent from Willie Hills;

Norwich v West Ham Utd, Man Utd v Wigan, Sheff Utd v Bury, Middlesbrough v Ipswich, AFC Wimbledon v Rochdale

£5 stake wins £70

Premier League Weekend Double

Sunderland have a very impressive home record against King Brenny’s Liverpool. The new Mike Walker finds himself in the bottom three with no goals from open play in the first three games. You can get 5/1 on Sunderland to win without conceding with Willie Hills. Why not double up on Everton to win without conceding against Newcastle – who have lost 12 of their last 14 trips to Merseyside – £5 stake cleans up £80 at Willie Hills on this punt.

Goalscorer Accumulator:

Michu, Tevez, Van Persie and Steven Fletcher all to score returns £27.92 from a quid’s stake, with a fiver paying out £139.60. Add Torres to that list if you’re feeling lucky and £1 could return £55.84, with a great £279.20 for a fiver!

Two in the bag

Rickie Lambert to score first v Arsenal appeals to me at 10/1, and the 11/5 for a very much in-form West Brom side to beat Fulham also looks decent.

By Tom Clarke – Follow Tom  @TomClarke40

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