Saturday betting

Oh how we gamblers love the weekend! Geldings-a-galloping, Balls a foot left right and centre, fisty cuffs in the night and whatever else happens in between. Its been an interesting few days since we started. 3 out of 3 days profitable by at least £40+. CJ sadly lost her first bet on Watford last night 😦 But we cant win them all. Win percentage of bets on the site has been very high I hope you’ve been following and making money with us!

This is my betting plan for the day on the football – Bet 1

ACHTUNG!!!! German Double – 2.66 Bet365

My stake £20

return – £53.30

Bundesliga – 2.30pm

Hoffenheim v Hannover – Both teams to score odds 1.61

Hoffenheim score an average of 1.45 goals at home conceding 1.18 and in 17 of their last games across all tournaments 16 have ended with both teams scoring.

Hannover away score and average of 1.1 goals and concede an average of 2.6 but scoring in 13 of their last 14 away games.

Stuttgart v Leipzig – Leipzig to win – odds 1.65

Leipzig are an extremely powerful team in defence right now and have only conceded 1 goal in their last 7 games and are siting very comfortably in the table while Stuttgart are deep into the danger zone winning only 4 games this season losing 14 with the ending in a draw.

Bet 2 – Double – odds 2.42 Bet365

Stake £53.30

Return £129.15

FA Cup – Newport v Man City – Man City to win and over 3.5 goals – odds 1.61

After the sheer embarrassment that was City v Chelsea this looks massively overpriced to me, Last 2 FA Cup wins 5 and 7 to nil. Wouldn’t surprise me to see Newport get a sneaky on past but I imagine this will be a crushing.

Holland Eredivie – AZ Alkmaar v VVV-Venlo – Over 2.5 goals – odds 1.50

This should be an interesting game with both teams in pretty good form, Its hard to ignore the goal difference with AZ at 17 and VVV at -7. AZ will likely win this but VVV have 6 wins in their last 8. They usually get a goal away from home scoring in 4 of their last 6. AZs home form also needs to be mentioned winning their last 5 and going over this goal line.

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