Discussion in 'British Football Betting' started by Colbro, Jan 21, 2013.
Do people think that is correct?
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
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.
2.04 now so you'll get a better price for Bradford now.
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.
Fucking brilliant eh?
As for Villa - those two substitutions were probably the worst I have ever seen
I'm looking forward to tonight's Swansea match, has the makings of a cracker.
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