Playing Away That Even Jeremy Kyle Wouldn’t Mind

We kick things off with what should be a comfortable win for Liverpool against Swansea City at Anfield. The Reds have NEVER lost to Swansea in the Premier League on Merseyside, and aren’t going to make a habit of it against a side with just one clean sheet on the road this campaign. 2/9 won’t … Continue reading

A Monster Acca to Make You a Monkey

Spurs-West Brom kicks off the weekend, and if you’re holding your breath for a lunchtime classic, then I strongly recommend insuring your lungs. The last three games between the sides have ended in 1-1 draws, and five of the last seven encounters have ended all-square. Baggies’ boss Tony Pulis needs a reaction from his side … Continue reading

Leave 2016 Behind With a Betting Bang

Time for the biggest night most overhyped night of the year. You spend too much on taxis that have bumped up fares, to get you to nightclubs with bumped up entry fees to a bar with bumped up drink prices… It’s a lot of promise followed by eventual disappointment. Sounds like a Saturday afternoon trip to the … Continue reading

Back Pep to give Wenger the Christmas (Sky) Blues

  The last Pre-Christmas Premier League matchday is here, and last weekend’s Cappa Acca proves that I’m probably on Santa’s naughty list this year. If you’re in my boat, I’ve got a few gems that will ensure you won’t give a toss by Boxing Day. Promise. We kick things off with a London derby at Selhurst Park, … Continue reading

Hornets To Come Unstuck Against Ronald’s Toffees

It’s the penultimate weekend before Christmas, which means the bookies are relying on us to fund their Christmas piss ups. Here’s to being a massive spoil sport; I’m feeling lucky… The latest round of fixtures begin at Vicarage Road, where Watford host Everton, and the lads at Ladbrokes and BoyleSports have offered up an early … Continue reading

Conte To Canter Over City’s Hurdles

There’s no better place to start this weekend’s betting preview than with Saturday’s crunch lunchtime clash between Man City and Chelsea at the Etihad. Antonio Conte’s side continue to dominate anything that’s put in front of them. I was getting bored of saying Chelsea had won their last x amount of games without conceding, so … Continue reading

Leicester To Sail But Spurs Set For One More Euro Fail

It’s that time of the blog where I come up with a hilarious metaphor to summarise the fixtures ahead… Well, we’re into the business end of the Champions League, with teams more keen for 3 points than somebody who loves committing motor offences. Aaaaanyway… Let’s dive straight in with my tip of the day. Real … Continue reading

Do Barca Absentees Leave the City Door Ajar?

I don’t think I’m the only one who fell foul of the Halloween horror show over the weekend. Man United couldn’t find the net with one of their 38 shots against Burnley. Before that, Shkodran Mustafi took my tenner and shoved it up his arse as his error for Arsenal ruined my clean sheet tip; And … Continue reading

Tricks and Treats for Halloween Season

It’s Halloween weekend in the Premier League, which means two things: David Moyes is spooking folk on the streets of Sunderland I’m under crippling pressure from onlookers to provide as many Halloween puns into my weekend blog as possible. But fear not. I will refrain from such puns, and instead focus on helping you avoid … Continue reading

Rhyming triplets and a biased banker…

The Premier League returns after a week of mixed fortunes for the English sides in the Champions League. Man City flopped, Leicester can’t be stopped, and Arsenal gave Ludogorets the chop. And Spurs drew. On Saturday, Mauricio Pochettino’s side head to the south coast to face a Bournemouth side that has won their last three … Continue reading