The State of Play
Despite winning one of his bets, Danny Roberts still made a loss this week. The only other winner was Paul Fletcher, who saw his non-league treble come in to net a small profit.
We have a new leader, though - Graham goes back to the top after Gav lost more money than he did. Still, after 21 weeks we’re all in profit. Not bad!
The Table - Week #21
If Chris Maguire scores for Sunderland against Wycombe, the Banker will give all of our pundits a free tenner bet to use on the following weekend’s Premier League games.
This week’s picks!
Gav is going with...
Sunderland to win & under 2.5 goals: I fancy us to sneak a win today, but it’ll be tight. Wycombe have had our number a few times in recent years and I expect them to go ultra-defensive and waste loads of time. £5 returns £25.
Fourfold: Dundee United, Scunthorpe, Brentford and Leicester all to win. £10 returns £132.50.
Paul Fletcher is going with...
An OWN GOAL to be scored in the Sunderland game: I have absolutely no idea how the game will go so I’m not even going to try to predict results or scorelines. I’d very happily take a scrappy 1-0 win with the ball trickling over the line from a 95th minute deflection off a Wycombe backside. £5 returns £55.
Fourfold: York, Wealdstone, Edinburgh City and Glenavon to all win their home games this afternoon. £17.56 returns £109.02.
Graham Falk is going with...
Sunderland and Wycombe BTTS: I can’t split the sides today, but I expect a low scoring game and probably a 1-1 draw. Either way, I can’t see either side keeping a clean sheet. £10 returns £18.33.
Threefold: Leicester, Coventry and South Shields to win isn’t bad odds, and they’re all at home to teams they should beat. £10 returns £38.89.
Matty Crichton is going with...
Sunderland to win both halves: Parky has managed to guide the lads on an unbeaten run, combine that with Wycombe’s dreadful form and I believe the lads will deliver 3 points: £10 returns £60.
English Treble: since I am on a losing run I am going back to the method that made my money! Wolves, Leeds and Portsmouth to win. £20 returns £68.09.
Rory Fallow is going with...
Lynden Gooch to score any time: The boy Gooch has been fantastic lately and with that level of form, he should be finding the net against Wycombe. £10 returns £43.33.
Watford to beat Bournemouth BTTS: It’s a big game at the bottom and I’ll take a punt on Watford to come away with all three points, as Pearson looks to continue their improved results. Let’s just hope for some goals too! £10 returns £50.