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FOOTBALL - NEWS RESULTS HEADER a– League Cup leaves heavyweights Chelsea, Liverpool and Spurs. Also included are perennial lower league over achievers – Sheffield Utd, who have knocked over yet another big time rival on their march to another semi-final cup berth. Sheffield Utd have only lost 2 cup games of the 18 Nigel Clough has been in charge of.


– EPL has now reached the second longest period without a manager sacked. Although the vultures are circling with their eyes on Liverpool, Leicester, WBA, and Hull carcasses. Although, since it’s taken this long, it may end up being a surprise sacking. Our money’s on WBA. They are a long way behing the Football League’s three divisions with 27 changes amongst their 72 teams.


– Reports that leading a solid midfield EPL team to top 4 with the requested change in style will not be enough to earn Sam Allardyce a new contact at West Ham next year is puzzling to say the least. Quite what they expect to improve seems difficult to pinpoint.


– The transfer window is just around the corner, with the big names still looking for talent. Man Utd who seem to be on a mission to break spending record and Man City who need to replace their injured list of front men.


– Top 5 in Championship as close as ever. Just 2 points separates the top 5, 4 of the 5 could be top of the league after this weekend. Whilst at the bottom Wolves stopped a 5 game losing streak. Sacking their manager hasn’t helped Wigan, who are now the worst performed team in the last 6 games.


– Reading have booted Nigel Adkins after 10 points from their last 11 games. Whilst still 16th and 7 points from relegation, this time of year is when the Championship usually turns itself on its own head and the bottom clubs start winning. Best to be getting your dead manager bounce early and stay ahead of the drop. Ex WBA manager Steve Clarke has been  slotted in quickly


– Colchester taken over the worst losing streak in our featured 9 divisions, whilst Swindon are making a battle over the lead with Bristol City after it looked over a month ago whilst Bristol were unbeaten.


– Yeovil won a midweek FA Cup replay to earn themselves a home game v Manchester united in the FA Cup. The other lower league potential David v Goliath upset of Wimbledon at home to Liverpool was confirmed last week


– Hartlepool have hired Ronnie Moore to lead their charge from being the foot of the football league, pardon the pun. His previous gig at Tranmere ended in tears and betting slips.



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EPL – Liverpool v Arsenal – battle of the biggest disappointment this year.

EPL – Newcastle v Sunderland – feisty local derby in which a police horse was punched one year

CH – Ipswich v Middlesboro – A win could take either team to the top of the pile.

CH – Cardiff v Brentford –bounce back promotion vs back to back promotion.

L1 – Rochdale v Notts County – battle of the hopefuls

L1 – Peterboro v Preston – two former high flyers looking for upturn in form.

L2 – Luton v Newport

L2 – Southend v Burton


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So it’s all come to this, our best selections and tips for you to turn into many dollar, pound, euro or rupee. Please accept our best bets.


[table caption=”EPL Best Bets Multi – $67,” width=”300″ colwidth=”150|150″ colalign=”left|left”]

Selection,Game Details

MANCHESTER CITY to win,v Crystal Palace

QPR to win,v WBA

WEST HAM to win,v Leicester

MANCHESTER UNITED to win,v Aston Villa


DRAW,Newcastle v Sunderland



[table caption=”Championship Best Bets Multi – $174,” width=”300″ colwidth=”150|150″ colalign=”left|left”]

Selection,Game Details

IPSWICH to win,v Middlesbrough

WOLVES to win,v Brighton

READING to win,v Watford

BIRMINGHAM to win,Huddersfield




[table caption=”L1 Best Bets Multi – $27,” width=”300″ colwidth=”150|150″ colalign=”left|left”]

Selection,Game Details

SWINDON to win,v Doncaster

UNDER 2.5 goals,Sheffield Utd v Walsall

YEOVIL to win,v Colchester

MK DONS to win,v Oldham

LEYTON ORIENT to win,v Barnsley



[table caption=”L2 Best Bets Multi – $52,” width=”300″ colwidth=”150|150″ colalign=”left|left”]

Selection,Game Details

PLYMOUTH to win,v Dag & Redbridge

SHREWSBURY to win,v Morecambe

WYCOMBE to win,v Accrington Stanley

HARTLEPOOL to win,v Oxford

EXETER to win,v Stevenage




FOOTBALL - MORE STATSSo you want more? Well we shall reward your perseverance thus far and dazzle you with some more important stats that matter. Or don’t. Whatever.


[table caption=”EPL Form,” width=”300″ colwidth=”125|125|50″ colalign=”left|left|center”]


Unbeaten,Man City,6

Wins,Man Utd ,5

Without Win,Leicester,10


Most Draws,Sunderland,9 (15)

Best Home Record,Chelsea,21pts (7)

Worst Home Record,WBA,6pts (8)

Best Away Record,Man City,17pts (8)

Worst Away Record,QPR,0pts (7)

Most Goals Scored last 6,Man City,13

Least Goals Scored last 6,Hull/WBA,2

Most Goals Conceded Last 6,Leicester,11

Least Goals Conceded Last 6,Newcastle,3




[table caption=”Championship Form,” width=”350″ colwidth=”125|125|100″ colalign=”left|left|left”]




Without Win,Rotherham,9


Most Draws,Charlton,11 (21)

Best Home Record,Brentford,24pts (11)

Worst Home Record,Blackpool,8pts (10)

Best Away Record,Middlesboro,20pts (10)

Worst Away Record,Wigan/Blackpool,5pts (11)

Most Goals Scored last 6,Brentford,16

Least Goals Scored last 6,Rotherham,1

Most Goals Conceded Last 6,Wolves,16

Least Goals Conceded Last 6,Bolton,2

Best form last 6,Brentford,15pts

Best form last 6,Ipswich,14pts

Best form last 6,Birmingham,13pts

Worst form last 6,Huddserfield,4pts

Worst form last 6,Wolves,3pts

Worst form last 6,Wigan,1pt




[table caption=”League 1 Form,” width=”350″ colwidth=”125|125|100″ colalign=”left|left|left”]


Unbeaten,Milton Keynes,10


Without Win,Crawley/Colchester/Crewe,6


Most Draws,Oldham,9 (20)

Best Home Record,MKeynes/Bristol,23pts (10)

Worst Home Record,Leyton Orient,6pts (10)

Best Away Record,Swindon ,20pts (10)

Worst Away Record,Crewe,5pts (10)

Most Goals Scored last 6,MK Dons,13

Least Goals Scored last 6,Chesterfield,3

Most Goals Conceded Last 6,Colchester,18

Least Goals Conceded Last 6,Walsall,2

Best form last 6,Swindon,15pts

Best form last 6,Milton Keynes,14pts

Best form last 6,Walsall,14pts

Worst form last 6,Peterboro,4pts

Worst form last 6,Crewe,3pts

Worst form last 6,Colchester,1pt




[table caption=”League 2 Form,” width=”350″ colwidth=”125|125|100″ colalign=”left|left|left”]



Wins,Wycombe/Newport ,3

Without Win,Hartlepool,8


Most Draws,York,10 (20)

Best Home Record,Shrewsbury,28pts (10)

Worst Home Record,Hartlepool/York,6pts (10)

Best Away Record,Wycombe,23pts (10)

Worst Away Record,Carlisle,4pts (10)

Most Goals Scored last 6,Wycombe ,15

Least Goals Scored last 6,Mansfield/Chelt’ham,4

Most Goals Conceded Last 6,Chelt’ham/Hart’pool,15

Least Goals Conceded Last 6,Burton,4

Best form last 6,Wycombe,13pts

Best form last 6,Shrewsbury,13pts

Best form last 6,Southend,13pts

Worst form last 6,Bury,4pts

Worst form last 6,Cheltenham,2pts

Worst form last 6,Hartlepool,1pt



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Born and raised on the banks of Yebri Creek, Theydon Bois has always been obsessed by sport. A stellar career of Underage B sides, RSL Social Golf, C Grade Warehouse and D Grade Indoor Cricket didn’t showcase much talent, but provided a window into the love for any game, any time. Theydon follows as much as he can and will provide opinion, ideas, and best tips and bets for most sports*. A particular interest in English Football sees Theydon Bois up every Saturday night until 2am with two laptops, smartphones, IPad and a radio feed of Soccer Saturday. A lifelong fan of underperforming, mediocre, disappointing teams will not sway his enthusiasm for sport. *Rugby Union not included.