No luck at all last night as Adam Le Fondre went off after about 30 minutes due to suffering from blurred vision after a blow to the head.
That said everything else on the blog was a winner; Bolton DNB (11/10), Over 1.5 York Goals (3/4) as they scored five against Southport and BTTS & O2.5 Goals (23/20) in Braintree/Woking had landed by the half-time whistle.
Two for Picksfromthepaddock
16:30 Newcastle – Hemingway (13/2)
17:45 Kempton – Rafaaf (11/1)
For full write-ups on those two races do read the preview here.
Darlington 1883 v Bradford Park Avenue
These are two sides fighting for points for contrasting reasons. A win for Darlington will see them climb back into play-off places while Bradford are fighting to climb away from the relegation zone.
Darlington have conceded 25 goals at home this season – only kept three clean sheets and despite their lowly position Bradford are dangerous opposition and know how to score.
BPA have won seven of their last ten away games and have scored 19 goals in that time highlighting they shouldn’t be taken lightly.
They also have a leaky defence that has seen them conceded 66 goals already this campaign, just shy of two per match, so this could be a high scoring game.
With Bradford’s poor defending comes Darlington’s attacking calibre with them being the second highest scoring team in the league with 72 goals netted.
I’m looking at a bet that landed in the reverse fixture earlier in the season and has landed in six of Bradford’s last seven.
Well I was looking BTTS in the Second Half however the match has now been postponed following a 4pm pitch inspection, so that isn’t worth much now!!
I’m not entirely comfortable tipping in friendlies but I wouldn’t be surprised to see a BTTS Double (7/2 – Betfair) in Germany/England and Scotland/Canada.
The latter is priced at 13/8 as a single which is a big price given Canada are an improving nation when it comes to football with plenty of players getting time in the MLS and a few over here with the likes Scott Arfield, Junior Hoilett, Marcus Haber and Simeon Jackson the more familiar names. The fact Scotland aren’t known for clean sheets would boost the feeling that the Maple Leafs can find the net.
But overall it’s another no bet day with the above postponement.
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