The State of Play
Only two losers last week - Graham and Paul both lost a tenner, whilst everyone else made a profit. The biggest winner was Danny Roberts, whose profit of £92.65 nudges him back into second place, though he’s still a way behind Gav at the top.
The Table - Week #28
If Sunderland beat Coventry and keep a clean sheet, the Banker will refund all losing bets.
This week’s picks!
Gav is going with...
Sunderland to be winning 1-0 at half time: I honestly have no idea with this one. We aren’t the favourites for once and I think that if we win, it might be a low-scoring affair. £5 returns £30.
Treble: Accrington, Liverpool, Walsall. Fuggit. £40 returns £321.46.
Paul Fletcher is going with...
Sunderland to win 1-0 with Chris Maguire scoring the only goal: Would be ideal, wouldn’t it? I’m so far off the pace, the other gamblers have already lapped me so I have no choice but to start going for big wins. £5 returns £130.
Win and BTTS double: Win accumulators haven’t been working for me... BTTS accumulators haven’t been working for me... So a combination of the two is bound to work. Spennymoor to beat Telford with both teams scoring and Dulwich Hamlet to beat Tonbridge Angels with both teams scoring. £5 returns £60.
Rory Fallow is going with...
Sunderland to win BTTS: We have to win and it would be a huge three points. I’m confident we can but I expect goals from both sides, given how high we both are in the table. £10 returns £65.
Aston Villa to win: I know Man City destroyed Watford in last seasons FA Cup final but 18/1 for Villa to win in 90 minutes is ridiculous. Anything can happen at Wembley and my balance is hoping for a Grealish & co to lift the League Cup! £10 returns £190.
Danny Roberts is going with...
Sunderland to lose & Matt Godden to score anytime: Sorry! £5 returns £23.75.
Five Fold: Bristol Rovers and West Brom both win and Doncaster, Crewe and Swindon to all win/draw their games. £10 returns £71.12.
Matthew Crichton is going with...
Sunderland to win with BTTS: My gut feeling is telling me that Coventry will crumble under the pressure, the league is theirs to lose at the moment - can they cope with that? £10 returns £60.
EFL Treble: Leeds to beat Hull, Fleetwood to beat Tranmere and Doncaster to beat Wycombe all would appear to be reliable bets, less teams with more money on this week. £20 returns £102.03.
Graham Falk is going with...
Sunderland and Coventry BTTS: I think it’s a hard game to decide on and our record away to Coventry (or St. Andrews for that matter) is pretty dire to say the least. £10 returns £19.50.
League One fourfold: I really need to get back to winning ways as I haven’t won in weeks, so I’m going for Bristol Rovers, Oxford, Gillingham and Rotherham to win. £10 returns £77.45.