Every team wants to get the season off to a good start and it’s no different for we punters. And let’s face it, we’re off to a flyer but let’s keep our stakes like our heads – level.
This week is a funny one for the Championship because they’ve gone two weeks without a game and many clubs have acquired new players, by hook or by crook, at the last minute. Recent form counts for less, and we’re not in the business of guessing, so we won’t be doing too much there. Sheffield Wednesday at Burnley is the exception at $4.33 with
Crewe v Millwall
Another exception, this time because it’s the home team that gets our money. Crewe are one of those teams that are habitually over-priced partly because they are Crewe, and nobody can imagine them ever coming to much good because they never have in these last 123 years. They’re alright now though, especially at $3.54 with
Bristol Rovers v Accrington Stanley
Speaking of teams which are consistently over-priced because of their shit name, here comes another and this time they’re away. Stan’s up against it at Rovers, who have played well in most of their matches back where they belong, but this is a much more even match up than the $4.50 on offer with
Carlisle v Dagenham & Redbridge
The Daggers have a really good chance of turning Carlisle over. They’ve got attacking power while Carlisle are puff pastry at the back. Fancy them at $3.6with
Mansfield v Crawley
Picking one of these to win is like picking one of them to visit as a tourist ie there’s nothing in it for lack of appeal of either. Crawley at $3.58 with is the bet, therefore.
Wycombe v Plymouth
Wycombe were unlucky not to be promoted last season, and have started well this. Their good results flatter them, and Plymouth look at least equal to them on the little we’ve got to go on so far. That’ll do at $3.3for me, with