I’m going to keep it short and sweet this week:


Hull City could well be worth taking a look at before this weekend. They are 7/5 to win and they could well give you a good return on your money. Their opponents Fulham have played a lot of games lately in an extremely short period of time, including crunch ties against Juventus and Tottenham in the Europa League and FA Cup respectively. I wonder if Dowie’s men might just work a little harder than Hodgson’s tomorrow. If you don’t fancy them for the win, try Hull with a Double Chance bet at 1/3, that way they can either win or draw and you’re quids in. (DOUBLE CHANCE – HULL AND DRAW)

Tottenham v Portsmouth screams home win. Despite Spurs playing in mid-week, without Defoe & Co., I make them big favourites because Pompey also played on Wednesday and ended up on the wrong side of a 5 nil-er. (HOME WIN)

At the Reebok Stadium, my money is going to be on there being under 3.5 goals, a gamble with odds of 5/11. Bolton, now with Owen Coyle in charge, should be a lot more competitive on Saturday, than they were against Manchester United when Gary Megson was at the helm. (UNDER 3.5 GOALS)


When Reading and West Brom played each other in the FA Cup there were goals in abundance. Stick your money on there being over 2.5 goals in Saturday’s game between these two teams, at odds of 8/11.  (OVER 2.5 GOALS)


Norwich City v Leeds United      (HOME WIN)
Millwall v Stockport            (HOME WIN)
Colchester v Wycombe      (HOME WIN)
Brighton v Tranmere         (HOME WIN)


Chesterfield v Hereford     (HOME WIN)
Rochdale v Grimsby         (HOME WIN)

The rest is up to you!

Be lucky,


By Ross A. Fox



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