Fleetwood v Hull
|Lincoln / Portsmouth||3/1||Win
Date of Tips: 09/10/2020
Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (11:10 09/10/2020) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.
Premier League football takes a break this week but there is still plenty of action taking place with League One, Two & UEFA Nations League fixtures scheduled over the weekend.
Matt’s NAP (Southampton @ 4/5) and double (Everton/Newcastle @ 3.2/1) came in last week meaning it was a profitable week for all who followed.
Only one league match takes place on Friday which is between struggling Fleetwood against high-flying Hull and Matt has selected a winner in this game as his NAP of the weekend.
‘Hull have had a cracking start to the season with four wins out of four whereas Fleetwood have really struggled which is a surprise as I thought they’d be a bit stronger this year. Hull away from home are currently 11/8 with Betfair, William Hill, Bet365 & Betfred which is a decent price.’
Eight League One matches take place on Saturday and there are some interesting fixtures. Lincoln have started the season very well and they’re a good price at home to Bristol Rovers who haven’t had a great start. Both Bet365 and Paddy Power are offering 5/6 on Lincoln.
I’ll be putting Lincoln in a double this week with a selection which may not be too popular with my Southampton supporters! I think Portsmouth will beat MK Dons who are bottom of the table.
You can get 7/10 on a home win for Portsmouth with Boylesports which gives just over 3/1 for the double.
It was really promising to see the new guys do so well in England’s friendly against Wales on Thursday and Gareth Southgate will be happy that he’s given himself more options going forward. With Danny Ings and Calvert-Lewin impressing, he’ll be very pleased he has so much more to choose from now as England have struggled with forward options.
I think it’ll be a tough game against Belgium who are a very good team and the home advantage doesn’t mean as much with no fans in the stadium. I’d probably back the draw which I think is where the value lies in this match.
England play again on Wednesday against Denmark which won’t be an easy game either after the 0-0 draw over there. However, from what I saw in that game, I do think we’ll have enough to win that match.