Wigan were a giant 18/1 to beat City. Surely the magic of the cup prevails often enough that such vast odds should be offered?
Ian Wright suggested Chelsea as CL winners. I think this is possible.
How do you make the Carabao cup interesting? Betting on the underdogs of course.
Leicester having a surprisingly good record against City and it would be so typically unpredictable in that way that football is for them to deliver City’s first defeat of the season at the King Power.
United are struggling up front and Old Trafford seems to be the place for a draw so I’ve gone with that against Rafa.
Firstly though, Tottenham, whom I have backed simply because the odds are better.
Guardila’s side to go unbeaten in the prem all season is obviously a popular bet. Sky are currently offering 10/1 on this market. Bet365 offers 12/1, and Ladbrokes 14/1.
I was pursuing the weekend matches in deep contemplation. I was surprised to see Liverpool favourites against United, odds that changed upon the breaking news re Mane.
Liverpool’s season is essentially fucked now.
What is an accumulator?
Accumulators are the promising holy grail of football betting. From my time in the bookies I know two crucial things. Firstly, they very very rarely come in, and secondly, the more teams that are chosen the even more unlikely it is the bet might win. It works on the principle of bundling odds together to create a superbet with huge rewards if it pays off and all predictions are accurate.