WhichBookie racing analyst Will Smith provides a preview and an each-way selection for the 2.15 at Naas on Sunday 17th October.
Peterborough v Crewe
|Hull / Sunderland / Shrewsbury||4.46/1||Win
|Carlise / Colchester||5.13/1||Win
|England v Belgium||12/5||Draw
England v Belgium
Date of Tips: 13/11/2020
Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (11:05 13/11/2020) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.
The Premier League takes a break this week with a string of international Nations League fixtures scheduled over the coming days including Englands trip to Belgium where Southgate will be hoping his side can replicate their 2-1 victory which they achieved at Wembley last month.
This week, WhichBookie football analyst Matt Le Tissier takes a look at League One and Two fixtures along with the England game and picks out a double and a treble at some tasty odds.
My NAP this week is Peterborough to win away at Crewe. They’re top of the league having picked up 25 points from a possible 33 and have impressive stats scoring an average of 1.9 goals per game and conceding just 0.81 goals per game. Crewe are struggling at the other end of the table with 10 points from 10 games and have found the net just 0.8 times per game so far this season.
Peterborough are a good price at 6/5 for the win.
My treble this week features three League One sides – Shrewsbury, Sunderland and Hull who all play on Saturday.
Shrewsbury play Swindon who are really struggling in League One and have lost every away game this season. Shrewsbury are yet to win at home but if they’re going to do it, it’ll be against a Swindon team who have been so bad away from home.
Hull are at home to Burton who are also struggling and only off the bottom of the table on goal difference and Sunderland host MK Dons who they have beaten every time they have played them.
The treble returns a good price at just under 9/2.
I’ve picked out a League Two double this week which is Carlise to beat Cheltenham and Colchester to beat Leyton Orient. Both sides have pretty good home records. Carlise have a 100% home record (Won 5 of 5) and although Cheltenham are just below them in the league, Carlise have been impressive at Brunton Park so far this season. Colchester have also been strong at home having won 4 & drawn 1 of 5 and are a good price against Leyton Orient. The prices for both Carlise and Colchester are pretty good and the double comes in at just over 5/1 with Betfred.
Englands 3-0 win against Ireland on Thursday was pretty comfortable and not much of surprise but it as a good game for the youngsters who came in and who got some experience. Their match against Belgium on Sunday, however, will be much tougher. With the group being so tight, a defeat would be a huge blow. However, I don’t think England will get beat and if I was having a bet, it would be on the draw.
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England to draw with Belgium – 12/5 with Betfair