Friday, 27 March 2015

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Current standings 19.00 hrs 27th March 2015.

The Safe Method  -6.715 pts. (This includes 1 pt Man Utd. @ 11-2 & 0.1 pt @ 8-1 to win the Premier League and 1 pt e.w. Watford @ 7-1, 0.5 pt e.w. Norwich @ 3-1, 1pt e.w. Norwich @ 5-1, 1 pt AFC Bournemouth @ 2-1 & 0.5 pt Ipswich @ 11-2 to win the Championship as lost money)

The Dangerous Method 
-5.787 pts (This includes 2 pts Man Utd. @ 11-2 & 0.1 pt @ 8-1 to win the Premier League and 1 pt e.w. Watford @ 7-1, 0.5 pt e.w. Norwich @ 3-1, 1pt e.w. Norwich @ 5-1, 1 pt AFC Bournemouth @ 2-1 & 0.5 pt Ipswich @ 11-2 to win the Championship as lost money)

The Proper Footytipping Season Starts Now Method +0.71 pts.

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Not one of the best mid-week's we've ever had, but not the worst either.  It's all the same format though.  First up:

For The Proper Footytipping Season Starts Now Method you are advised to have a 1.00pt win single on:

Hartlepool United to beat Cambridge United @ 15-8 with  bet365 .  Score 2-1

Total stake for The Proper Footytipping Season Starts Now Method 1.00 pt.  
Return 2.875.  Profit 1.875 pts.

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For The Safe Method you are advised to have a 0.2 pt patent on the following and for The Dangerous Method you are advised to have a 0.4 pt patent on the following:

Chesterfield to beat Walsall @ 19-20/ 19-20.  Score 1-0

Hartlepool to beat Cambridge @ 15-8/ 9-5.  Score 2-1

Burton Albion to beat Stevenage @ 21-20/ 21-20.  Score 1-1

The above prices in black are currently available with  bet365 .  Blue prices are available with  totesport.com. You are advised to spilt your bets in two and have 1/2 the stake with Bet365 and half with  totesport.com.  Any winning bets will be settled at totesport prices.

Total stake for The Safe Method 1.4 pts.  Return 2.04.  Profit 0.64 pt.

Total stake for The Dangerous Method 2.8 pts.  Return 4.08. Profit 1.28 pts

The question now is, should we back Stevenage and the draw to lock in more profit or...let it ride?  Answers on a postcard please to post@thetipper.co.uk.  Let's sleep on it.

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Last but not least by any means are the competitions.

You are advised to enter both the Weekend Winner a competition that people are actually saying looks to good to be true.  B. Nugent knows it's too good to be true, he has a £30 bet running on a 7-5 shot tomorrow!  It is free!  There is no cost!  It's a bit of hassle, the first week you enter but after that it has to be the simplest competition ever devised by the hand of man...well perhaps I'm getting carried away here.  Honestly, if you are reading this you really should be giving it a go.  If you write to me at competitions@thetipper.co.uk I'll even send you a little guide to help you to win it!

You are also advised to have a look at the    Top 4   This isn't free, but you can win £50, £30 or £20 worth of free bets at the end of April just by entering.  I may well be exaggerating here, but I can assure you that if you had entered this competition in March, you were guaranteed at least £30 worth of promotional bets and there was always the possibility that you could have won £50 worth.  With this little beauty there is a catch though, you have to open an account with  through thetipper.co.uk and bet at least £20 in April, but with their 50~50 offer, there is the distinct possibility that, if you are careful, it will cost you diddly squat!

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