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Capital One cup

Discussion in 'British Football Betting' started by Colbro, Jan 21, 2013.

  1. Colbro

    Colbro Well-Known Member

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    Just noticed on betfair that Villa are underdogs to qualify at 2,2 and Bradford are 1.82 favs.

    Do people think that is correct?
  2. slick

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    Looks right to me Colbro considering they are 2 goals behind and been playing shite all season.
  3. Punter

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    :lol Harshly put Slick.

    Villa on Penalties is a massive 28/1 at Bet365 Colbro, that or the 10/1 for a 3-0 win to Villa would be my bet. So yes the 2.2 is the one i'd rather be on in the to qualify market
  4. slick

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    English Capital One Cup
    22 Jan 19:45 UK Aston Villa v Bradford 1.36 4.80 8.50
    23 Jan 19:45 UK Swansea v Chelsea 4.00 3.75 1.85


    Personally I think both the odds for Bradford and Swansea look a bit on the large side, Bradford held their own against Villa and Swansea were lucky to say the least to get a 2 goal cushion against Chelsea but are a different proposition on their own patch.
    I might have a dabble on both @ +1 on the AH presuming I get evens or above.
  5. Colbro

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    2.04 now so you'll get a better price for Bradford now.:cool:

    Emotional tightrope tonight - either the euphoria of a Wembley final or the worst result in the clubs history. no glorious failure option.

    It's been 11 games since Villa kept a clean sheet so betting on goals is the obvious bet for tonight.
  6. swooperman

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    I dont see us keeping a clean sheet, but against that will Bradford try & hold what theyve got. We've conceded early in games & halves in this bad run & if we do so again we're doomed I tell ya.......so, in a bet that sounds more confident than I feel its 3-1 & 4-1 for me
  7. ONEDUNME

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    All I've heard from the experts is that if Villa score early they should go on to win and the long Bradford keep it at nil nil the more chance they have of going through.

    Fucking brilliant eh?:ohwell
  8. Colbro

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    Well done Bradford clap Their fans were excellent and when you consider what the club has been through from the horrific fire onwards I'm glad they have something to celebrate.

    As for Villa - those two substitutions were probably the worst I have ever seen
  9. slick

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    Plenty of pressure will be heaped on Lambert now I imagine, considering Villa's season I think most Villa fans have been pretty lenient on him so far which I commend because the current team just isn't good enough which the Villa fans seem to understand, most other clubs would have been screaming for his head months ago although I have a feeling that might be about to change.

    I'm looking forward to tonight's Swansea match, has the makings of a cracker.
  10. Kegman

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    Got to agree - they done absolute heehaw and Villa had no idea who was supposed to do what

    I'm letting my heart rule my head here but Swansea didn't create many chances in the first leg and if it wasnt from Chelsea gifting them both goals (well taken both mind) then it would have been 0-0 (and i know if my granny had baws she'd be my grandad). There is a lot of pressure on Chelsea at the bridge at the moment and they seem to be playing better football away from home.

    I dont know if chelsea will qualify but i think they'll have enough to win in 90 and evens seems a fair price
  11. swooperman

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    Think Lambert has benefited from following McLeish regarding leniency. I like him, & you only have to look at his face during games, especially towards the end at Albion, to know hes busting a gut. Yes that doesnt mean hes good enough but his record stands up prior to us so i dont see the point in changing him. The next 2, Millwall & Newcastle, are enormous, particularly Newcastle as we're unlikely to win the FA Cup obviously. Theres enough in the mix for us to get away with relegation yet but we wont be far away
  12. swooperman

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    I've had a small bash on 3-2 & 4-2 Chelsea
  13. winrew

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    Took Chelsea , 2-0 , 2-1
  14. Kegman

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    Almost carbon copy of first game. Swansea going to hit on counter attacks and Chelsea not getting many gilt edge chances
  15. swooperman

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    Thing is though, Hoddle's right. its not like a crap villa getting to 60 minutes & getting desperate, Chelsea are quite good. Can see a totally different 2nd half, they wont panic yet
  16. slick

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    Agree with Keggers, can see Chelsea getting sucker punched.
  17. slick

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    well done lad, worked a treat.
  18. slick

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    I should imagine that will guarantee him a Wembley ticket at any rate, then onto claims direct.
  19. Seen

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    I'd have kicked the little cunt an'all.
  20. Seen

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    :roll

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