A 4/1 Oriental Lifeline and a League One Goal Glut

The Championship puts its feet up for a break from league action this weekend, as the division’s top talent represent nations such as Scotland, New Zealand, Atlantis and Pandora over the next few days. But enough about those prima donnas (which reminds me, I’m gagging for a kebab), you’re still in for a weekend of … Continue reading

WMB TV – Episode 29 – Premiership Results

So who won last week then?   1st Place Tom – 6 Correct tips would have returned £138.00 West Brom v Arsenal “Arsenal have lost their last 2 away games (against Liverpool and Chelsea) so go into this wounded. Although WBA lost at home to Palace in their last game they don’t lose too many … Continue reading

Premier League Preview: Both Teams To Score Is The Bet of the Weekend

Hull City vs. Swansea City: Both Teams To Score Yes (8/11, Ladbrokes) The outcome of this match is incredibly tough to call as both are fighting tooth and nail to avoid relegation. In those situations, things get a bit desperate, with mistakes often creeping into games and deciding fates. With that in mind, we’re steering … Continue reading

EFL Preview: Cardiff to March On and A Fabulous Five-Fold

We kick things off with a huge game at the top of the Championship, where Huddersfield are hosting Newcastle in a game that will add a few more finishing touches to the automatic promotion picture. The Terriers sit third, while Newcastle returned to the summit in midweek thanks to their victory over now second-placed Brighton. … Continue reading

FA Cup 3rd Round Weekend: Shock Patrol

FA Cup Third Round Weekend comes round quickly every year, doesn’t it? That first or second weekend in January really does creep up on you… We don’t usually start things off by talking about Fleetwood Town, but the magic of the FA Cup makes people do strange things. They’re a massive 4/1 to win at Bristol … Continue reading

International football or the EFL? Why not both…

“Blog a couple of times a week” I said “It’ll be a right laugh!” I said. And then I remembered that international breaks exist and I have to punt on World Cup qualifiers. Unless, of course, I fancy a stab at predicting League One and Two results, something which I enjoy less than a Saturday … Continue reading