Saturday, 24 October 2015

I Was Confident About the Midweek Selections...

...and look how that went!

Now with these selections for the weekend, I'm not sure at all, but here goes.

For The Safe Method only, you are advised to have a 1.00 pt win single on 

Stoke City to beat Watford @ 11-10 which you can find @  bet365 Best Odds at McBookie.com, totesport.com & .  You can get a better 10-9 with .  Score 0-2.

Total stake for The Safe Method 1.00 pt.  Return 0.00.  Loss 1.00 pt

                                  ------------------------------------------------

For TAM, The Dangerous Method & TheBaseballTipper 2015  firstly you are advised to have a 1.5 pt double on Stoke City to beat Watford & Queens Park Rangers to beat MK Dons @ the 3.2-1 that Best Odds at McBookie.com  have on offer.  You can get better prices from  bet365 totesport.com &  betway .

Next up you are advised to have a 0.5 pt double on Stoke to beat Watford and QPR to draw with MK Dons @ 6.38-1 which you can find @  bet365 ,  888.com ,  UNIBET   & 32Red.


Thirdly you are advised to have a 0.5 pt double on Stoke to draw with Watford and QPR to draw with MK Dons @ 11.24-1 available with  bet365 .


Finally, you are advised to have a 0.5 pt double on Stoke to draw with Watford & QPR to beat MK Dons @ the 5.97-1 available with  bet365 .  You can get a better price for this double with totesport.com.

Total stake for TAMThe Dangerous Method & TheBaseballTipper 2015  3.00 pts. Return 0.00 pts.  Loss 3.00 pts.

Blow The Whistle!






No comments:

Post a Comment

What is thetipper all about?

Our goal is to make you a profit from betting advice.

This website is a free resource for people who wish to bet on UK football matches.

WARNING! You should never gamble with money that you cannot afford. You accept that by using any of the methods outlined on this site that you may lose your starting bank. thetipper will not accept any liability for any losses, nor make any claim on your profits.

If your gambling is getting out of control you can get help from:
www.gamcare.org.uk

Followers

Follow us by email