Discussion in 'The Glory Hole' started by Punter, Dec 16, 2016.
A feeling that Bournemouth are going to get a pasting tonight.
Man Utd -3 @ 4/1
Man Utd -4 @ 10/1
Going to try and get a roll up going..
AFC Fylde to beat Banbury, 20 @ 3/4
AFC Fylde won 5-0
(I'll mention them one last time for winning this league, can't be many bigger 3/1 chances out there)
I'm going with Leeds at Cardiff today. It looks like they are taking a strong team for this, along with 6,000 fans.
Cardiff have been a bogey team for Leeds but i dont think so today.
Leeds to beat Cardiff 35.40 @ 3/4
Only one bookie offering the 3/1 now mate but ive had as much on as they would allow me - cheers
2-2. Dont back in the FA Cup, dont back against the bogey team. I never ever learn
I think it was great value at that price. Room for a small cover bet if needed, confident they're going to be bang there though. Good luck us!
I ought to keep my bets to the National League North only, thinking about it. I watch a fair bit of it.
Watched Hereford v Scarborough last Saturday, and again home tonight v Farsley Athletic. Got an away ticket against Gloucester this Saturday. Bit of a derby that one, i'll have to put my bovver boots on for that one.
The trouble with betting in this league is the amount of players that come and go. It can change things so quickly.
I dont know how many players Hereford got through last season but it must of been close to 40.
There's dual registration, monthly contracts and the most un-loyal of players to deal with.
I'll give it a go this weekend.
Just had my 2nd Antepost bet of the season. A Champions League bet.
Nobody scored more goals in the group stages than Napoli (20), while only conceding 6, in a group with Liverpool, Ajax and Rangers (they ripped Liverpool apart in the opener, should of had 8). They impressed me in every group game.
Currently well clear at the top of Serie A, nobody has scored more, 44 against 14.
I do have City as favourites but i'm wondering how far Napoli can go. They just know how to score goals this season and dont concede to many either. After City they've a good a chance as any imo.
Not the most difficult of ties in the last 16 against Eintracht Frankfurt.
Winner @ 14/1 Unibet ew, 1/2 1-2
Top 4 finish @ 9/4
Also split 20 on individual games this weekend. I'm going to be betting like this for the coming weeks.
I have to mention that while i am backing them, i only have access to Unibet online, or Ladbroke shop prices these days, both shit. You are likely to find better odds elsewhere if anything catches your eye.
AFC Fylde at Southport 8.00 @ 11/10
Charlton to beat Barnsley 4.00 @ 17/10
Southampton @ Everton 3.00 @ 47/20
Hereford at Gloucester 3.00 @ 5/4
Peterborough Sports at Kings Lynn, double chance, 2.00 @ 7/5
3 out of the 5 up, AFC Fylde, Charlton and Southampton.
I've got 3 games of interest midweek, all in the National League North.
AFC Fylde should win at home against a struggling Buxton. I say should but this league is full of surprises.
I watched Scarborough at Hereford a couple of weeks back, despite getting beat they looked a decent team under Champions League winner, Jonathan Greening.
Brackley and Kings Lynn are going for the title, big game this for both. I fancy the draw.
AFC Fylde to beat Buxton 10.00 @ 3/5
AFC Fylde -1 4.00 @ 13/8
Scarborough at Bradford PA, 3.00 @ 5/4
Brackley v Kings Lynn, draw, 3.00 @ 2/1
Used to live In Kings Lynn and went and watched The Linnets now n again
Non league football is great isn't it. Shite pies, shite beer. Hereford are robbing me blind at £17 a ticket. I could go watch West Brom for £25.
Massive game tonight for Kings Lynn and Brackley. Two of the three title contenders. Fylde and Kings Lynn still to play each other twice.
Postponed last night.
Just seen the line ups for Wolves v Liverpool. Wolves will blow us away before we get the subs on. Big price for the home win
Wolves to beat Liverpool 3.00 @ 11/5
Dunno how much it is nowadays been a while since i been to any matches lol .. Used to be a good crack at Lynn tho . Nearest club to me now would be Notts County , couldnt bring meself to go to Forest
A 1-0 Fylde win and another postponed game, from midweek.
Not high in confidence this weekend but i'm having a punt anyway...
Despite losing back to back home games Darlington have been pretty spectacular away. They have won 6 on the trot, including scoring 11 in the last two of them!
The only reason i've not had a bigger stake on them for their trip to Banbury is because i'm worried about joining the party too late.
My only other bet in the National League North is a relegation battle. Kettering has similar form to Curzon Ashton over the last 5 games and they are only separated by two points. There's over 2/1 about the home win, which might turn out to be a little bit of value, considering this could lift them out of the relegation zone and 5 places up the table with other results going their way.
Darlington at Banbury 4.00 @ 29/20
Kettering to beat Curzon Ashton 4.00 @ 21/10
Charlton at Peterborough, double chance 3.00 @ 19/20
Charlton at Peterborough 2.00 @ 13/4
Arsenal v Man Utd, Red Card 5.00 @ 24/5
Liverpool v Chelsea, Anytime Scorer, Alexander Arnold 2.00 @ 10/1
No red card. The others were either postponed or void.
I'm having punt at Newcastle tonight...
EW Lucky 31...
5.30 Pub Club @ 18/1 (3)
6.00 Mutabaahy @ 14/1 (3)
6.30 Enraged @ 3/1 (4)
7.00 Another Angel @ 12/1 (4)
7.30 Prince of Bel Lir @ 9/1 (3)
The two races paying 4 places are not B.O.G
three nice placers Punter , unlucky with Mutabaahy , done by a neck
Yeah 3 placed, a small but welcome profit. Mutabaahy, a bit short of room and got out just too late.
I have an old favourite running tomorrow, BOWERMAN in the 5.00 at Dundalk.
Once got beat only a head to Stradivarius. Ageing now though and ran poorly lto.
Good to see Colin Keane back on him, they have been a good partnership, i'm hoping he can get at least one more good run out of him.
Each Way @ 9/1, 4 places.
I've had a few small bets on the football for the weekend too..
I'm off to watch Hereford again this weekend, home to Banbury.
Hereford have done nothing more than ok of late, 3W 1D 1L
Banbury haven't played for 3 weeks, losing 5-0 at Leaders Fylde, last time.
Should be a decent crowd, a competitive game and i just fancy us to edge it.
Blyth's odds caught my eye despite them being in the relegation zone. A home win against Buxton, who have lost 4 on the trot , including losses against 2 of the bottom 3, could see them go above their visitors.
Kiddie Harriers, after a poor first half of the season have started to pick up a little bit, W2 D3 from their last 5.
On the verge of the play offs, i've chanced them at Peterborough Sports to make it back to back away wins.
Brackley have only lost once in their last 20 league games, they will probably beat Gloucester but the odds for the away are too big for me not to have a small punt. Gloucester 1W 4D of late. 9/2 - 5/1 would of been worth thinking about but 15/2... they aren't that far apart.
Hereford to beat Banbury, 5.00 @ 23/20
Blyth to beat Buxton 4.50 @ 7/5
Harriers at Peterborough 4.00 @ 29/20
Charlton to beat Bolton 4.00 @ 33/20
Gloucester at Brackley 2.50 @ 15/2
Also added small multiples
Goodluck Punt and good luck to Hereford.
I was going to go to City tonight but couldn't get a ticket never mind two together which is what I was after, after watching it on the box I'm glad I couldn't
Cheers Slick. I thought it was a good game for a neutral. Arsenal have closed the gap, but they're still not at City's level yet. Lovely goal from Ake.
Rico Lewis has been doing a great job since being given the opportunity too. I know he wont be starting too many this season but well done to him.
After being in last for most of the race Bowerman ran on well to nab 4th place @ 20/1. I didn't get that but i did add more @ 16/1 and it's given me the opportunity to give it them back tomorrow..
11:40 MOMBASA @ 40/1 (3)
12:10 LLANDINABO LAD @ SP (4)
13:50 FUGITIF @ SP (5)
14:32 BALLYBEGG @ 16/1 (4)
15:07 NOT SURE @ 9/2 (4)
Watching Arsenal was like watching a younger version of City, Arteta has certainly learned from Pep and doing a blinding job imo, I think they will only get better.
I think the goal from Ake was a fluke, it looked good initially but when i saw the replay I'm sure it was a pass meant for Haaland, either way he deserved MOM as he's had a great season and getting better and better out there on the left.
Rico Lewis is going to be a fantastic player, a lot's been asked of him lately as he's being asked to move into midfield and become the extra man , it's a lot to ask of a teenager who's only used to playing full back.
after a dodgey first half he was a lot more solid when Stones went off injured towards the end of the half and he reverted to his natural full back position, he was unlucky to be subbed just as he was getting into the game Imo.
He's still a kid and learning, he's gonna be a belter.
Good luck with the nags mate.